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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: March 2, 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: VID00248
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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STAFF REPORT
The Jackson County
Commission last week voted to
request road surveying services
on an annual contract. A surveyor
will be needed before upcoming
road-paving projects can be
designed.
County Engineer Larry
Alvarez, said Compass Lake
Drive will likely be the first road
paved once a surveyor is retained.
He said the Department of
Transportation has indicated it
will commit about $500,000
toward paving the 2.5-mile circu-
lar road. At an estimated cost of
a little more than $1 million, the


county may have to dip into its
optional sales tax money to finish
the project.
With silt from the dirt road
washing into the lake it circles,
several residents in the area have
campaigned for the paving proj-
ect over the past few years. The
county has also come under pres-
sure from the state's Department
of Environmental Protection to
do something about the problem.
Alvarez has not proposed a list
of roads that might be, paved this
year, saying he felt commission-
ers would most likely propose
their own list.
See SURVEY, Page 4A >


TUESDAY



Crash on Highway 90


Gardeners prepare for plant sale


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF' WRITER
With spring planting time just around the
comer, Jackson County Master Gardeners are
getting ready for their third annual Garden
Fair and Plant Sale.
It will be held under the pavilion at the
Jackson County Agricultural Complex, locat-
ed at 2741 Penn Ave. in Marianna. It's set for
Saturday, March 13, beginning at 7:30 a.m.
The festival will continue until 2 p.m.,'or
until all the plants are sold.
Vegetables and mushrooms will have the
spotlight at this year's festival and sale.
Master Gardeners President-elect Phillip
Smith will demonstrate the inoculation of oak
logs with shitake mushroom spores. For those
who don't feel comfortable doing their own,
preA-inculated logs will be available.
The event will focus on growing qne's own
food, master gardeners say. Tomatoes, pep-
pers, bare-root mayhaw trees, blueberry
plants and much more will be available. The
vegetables are come from a grower in
Moultrie, Ga., one that many farmers in this
area purchase from, according to Master
Gardener Sally Waxgiser.
"These are the latest, greatest, most dis-
ease-resistant varieties," Waxgiser said.
She's expecting a big turnout this year,
based on the high level of participation in
several "grow your own" programs put on by
master gardeners here over the past few sea-
sons.
"The response has been wonderful, and I
think we're going to have a lot more home
gardens this year, so I think we're going to
have a lot of people coming out to buy what
we have to offer," Waxgiser said.
The classes have easily drawn 50 students
per session, as more residents try to bring
food fresh from the garden to the table for
their families.
In addition to vegetable seedlings, the sale
will also feature several non-food plants, such
as crepe myrtle and shrubs like dwarf burford
andyoupon hollies, rain and crinum lilies,
cleyera japonica, ilex compact and ligus-
trum, also known as "Jack Frost." Most of the
non-edibles are being donated by a handful of
area nurseries, and'Col. Leland Thomas will
be donating some plants as well.
Several master gardeners will be on hand
all day to answer questions.
"This is the time and place to bring that
weed or problem plant, and/or ask those nag-
ging questions," the group advised in a press


Master Gardener Don Williams prices daylilies for the group's first plant sale in 2008. The
county's master gardeners are preparing for another spring plant sale later this month -
Contributed photo


release about the event.-
Currently, there are about 25 master gar-
deners in Jackson County. Many of them are
expected to be there and available for infor-


mal chats throughout the day.
In addition to the plants and free expert
See PLANT Page 4A


Tree


trimmers


sought,
STAFF REPORT
Jackson County is advertis-
ing for a number of products
and services as 2010 edges
toward springtime.
For instance, the county is
advertising for tree-thinning
services at the Blue Springs
Recreation Area and on a
Chipola Greenways tract.
County commissioners
approved the projects last
week.
County Parks Director
Chuck Hatcher said harvesting
some of the trees will enhance
wildlife habitat and give the
remaining trees less competi-
tion for nutrients.
There are.roughly 100 acres
of planted pines on the 200-
acre Blue Springs park ,and
about 20 acres of pines on the
185-acre Chipola Greenways
parcel.
County forester Barry
Stafford will help Hatcher co-
ordinate the thinning project.
Revenue from the sale of the
timber will be used in manage-
ment of the respective areas.
The commission last week
also extended, its "white
goods" contract with Cumbaa
Enterprise of Blountstown for
another year.
The vendor offered to pay
'the county about a dollar more
per ton this year for the materi-
als it collects. The new per-ton
price is.$71.51. There were no
other bids on the project.
In another bid approved last
week,, commissioners are seek-
ing prices on a Ford Explorer
SUV to replace the 2000 Ford
truck that county engineer
Larry Alvarez currently uses.
The 10-year-old truck has
upwards of 125,000 miles on
its odometer.


Dothan businessman faces nearly $200,000 in theft charges


BY MATT ELOFSON
MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE
DOTHAN, I Ala. -
Houston County Sheriff's
deputies recently arrested a
Wiregrass businessman on
charges he stole nearly
$200,000 from more than
20 different people.
Court records show
investigators arrested
Norman Eve Whiters, 59,
of Crawford Road,
Cowarts, and charged him
with 17 felony counts of
first-degree theft of proper-
ty and four felony counts
of second-degree theft of


property. Records show the
alleged victims of the
thefts reside in Florida,
Georgia and Alabama.
He is charged with steal-
ing $199,452.29 during a
one-year period.
Records show he. was
charged with stealing more
than $10,000 from seven
different people, including
an Andalusia man who was
taken for $37,723.
Investigators also charged
Whiters with stealing a
combined total of $52,595
from a Covington County
father and son.
Sheriff's Capt. Antonio


Gonzalez said the theft
charges stemmed from the
failure to complete work
promised to customers at
Whiters' business.
According to the Better
Business Bureau Web site
Whiters owns BNJ
Appliances.
The phone number listed
,on the Internet, when
called by a Dothan Eagle
reporter, was out of serv-
ice.
"If you repeat the same
practice over and over
again you know you'll be
deceiving someone,"
Gonzalez said.


"It's definitely theft by
deception on these cases."
Whiters turned himself
in to authorities with the
Houston County Sheriff's
Office earlier this week,
and was released from cus-
tody after he posted a
$105.000 bohd.
If convicted of the first-
degree theft charges, he
faces two to 20 years in
prison for the class B
.felony crimes, and one to
10 years in prison for the
second-degree theft
charges, class C felony
crimes.
According to the Better


Business Bureau Web site,
Whiters had three com-
plaints filed against his
-business over the last three
years.
The business was locat-
ed on Ross Clark Circle
near Alabama'Highway 52
West in Dothan.
According to the Web
site, the business started in
January 1987, and its
Better Business Bureau
accreditation expired at the
end of 2009.
The Better Business
Bureau's most recent grade
given to. the company was
F for failure to respond to


three complaints filed
against the business.
Court records show
Wliiters was out on bond
for a similar charge.
Deputies arrested
Whiters in November
2009, and charged him
with felony first-degree
theft of property by decep-
tion.
In that pending case he
was charged with stealing
$14,247.25 from a Parrish
man.
He was released from
custody on that charge
after he posted a $7;500
bond.


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At least three vehicles were involved in a traffic crash' on U.S. Highway 90 in Marianna Monday
morning, with two of the vehicles being towed from the scene. No one was reported seriously'
injured in the accident. The vehicles involved were all traveling eastbound on U.S. 90. No
Marianna Police Department report was immediately available about the incident. Deborah
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Marianna, FL 32446
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March 2 Tuesday
Chipola College Registration, for Spring
Term 'C' classes. Term C registration is 8
a.m. 6 p.m. Term C classes meet March 3-
April 30. Late registration is March 3, 8 a.m.
3 p.m. Call 718-2311, or visit www.chipo-
la:edu.
The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at the Florida
Department of Revenue, Marianna, 9.a.m. -
12 p.m., or donate blood at the center, 2503
Commercial Park Drive in Marianna,
Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 526-
4403.
The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce will conduct a ribbon cutting cer-
emony, 1:30 p.m. at the Jackson Hospital
main entrance for Jackson Hospital and
SpecialCare Hospital Management,
Corporation's "New Vision" inpatient med-
ical stabilization service for adults with drug,
alcohol and related health issues. The serv-
ice launches March 3. Call 718-2696 or 482-
8060.
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.
Optimist Club of Jackson County meets
every first and third Tuesday, at noon, in
Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna.
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 wel-
oome. 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, Mprianna. 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.

March 3 Wednesday
Chipola College Late registration for


Spring Term 'C' is 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Classes
for Term C begin today. Call 718-2311, 'or
visit www.chipola.edu.
AARP Tax-Aide, Marianna, offers free tax
return preparation and e-filing services for
low- and middle-income persons, with
emphasis on persons over 60, in the confer-
ence room of the .Jackson County,
Agricultural office, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave.
in Marianna, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Services con-
tinue Wednesday mornings through April 14'.
For an appointment, call 693-0873.
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 12046
hosts a Buddy-Poppy Drive at Grocery Outlet
in Marianna to raise funds for local and
national VFWs and local deployed guard
units. Call 482-4691.
Chipola College business instructors Lee
Shook and student volunteers provide free
tax preparation and electronic filing sim-
ple, individual returns only from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.ml. Wednesday through.early.April.
Other times available by appoLntment. For
faster refunds, bring a personal check (with
routing information). Call 718-2368.
Jackson Cotnty Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open Wednesdays, 9'a.m..to 3
p.m.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Wednesdays, 12-1 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

March 4 Thursday
The Jackson County Extension Office
hosts a Peanut Production Short Course at
the Jackson County Extension Conference
Center. Registration at 7:45 a.m.; presenta-
tions begin at 8:30 a.m. Course concludes
with lunch at noon. Restricted Use Pesticide
License holders may receive one CEU. Call
482-9620.
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 Covenant Hospice Alzheimer's'
Caregiver' Support'Group meets the first
Thursday of every month, 1-2 p.m. at the
Marianna branch office, 4440 Lafayette St.,
across from the courthouse. The group is
free, but registration is required. Light
refreshments served. To register, call
January McKeithan at 482-8520 or (888)
817-2191.
Marianna High School Academies host
Academy Parent Night at 5:30 pI.m. in the


MHS auditorium. Current eighth and ninth
grade students and. their parents will hear
about academy/vocational programs avail-
able next year. Program applications are to
be turned in at the meeting. Call 482-9605,
ext. 229.
The. Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce will conduct a ribbon cutting cer-
emony for Outside the Lines Art Studio &
Gallery, 2863 S. Caledonia St. in Marianna,
at 4 p.m. Following, owner Debra Pelc
Menacof. hosts an open house until 6 p.m.
Call 557-2399 or 482-8060.
AARP Tax-Aide, Marianna, offers free tax
return preparation and e-filing services for
low- and middle-income persons, with
emphasis on persons over 60, in the confer-
ence room of the Jackson County
Agricultural office, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave..
in Marianna, 4:30-7:30 p.m. Services contin-
ue Thursday evenings through April 15. For
an appointment, call 693-0873.
The William Dunaway Chapter, Florida
Society, Sons of the American' Revolution,
.meets at Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna,.
with the Dutch treat meal starting at 6:30
p.m. Guest speaker, Compatriot Larry
Kinsolving will present, "Cowpens: The
Turning Point in the Southern Campaign."
Anyone interested in the SAR is welcome.
Call 594-6664.
Alcoholics Anonymous closed discus-
sion Thursdays, 8-9 p.m. at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance
limited to persons with a desire to stop
drinking.

March 5 Friday
The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce will conduct a ribbon cuttirig cer-
emony for Absolute Business Solutions,
4189 Lafayette St. in Marianna, at 4 p.m.
Terry Andress invites everyone for the cere-
mony and refreshments. Call 482-8222 or
482-8060.
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.


POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Feb.
28, the latest available
report: one drunk driver,
two accidents with injuries,
one suspicious incident,
two physical disturbances,
two verbal disturbances,
one robbery .alarm, nine
traffic stops, one larceny
.complaint 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. 28,
the latest available report:
two accidents, one hospice
death, one suspicious vehi-
cle, one suspicious inci-
dent, five suspicious per-
sons, one escort, one high-


way obstruction, two bur-
glaries, two verbal distur-
bances, one pedestrian
complaint, five burglar
alarms, seven traffic stops,
- one larceny
-- '-- complaint,
S-'-'- one criminal
m-i- smischie f
CRIME complaint,
-- --one civil dis-
pute, two trespass com-
plaints, one obscene/threat-
ening phone call, two
assaults, one suicide
attempt, one noise distur-
bance, three animal com-
plaints, one sex offense,
five public service calls,
one patrol request and two
threat/harassment com-
plaints.
JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
9' 7


were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting periods:
Johnny Sewell, 48, 475
W. Main St., Dothan, Ala.,
public intoxication.
Kenneth Koonce, 39,
3097 Little Zion Road,
Sneads, hold for Pinellas
County.
Bulmaro Vazquez, 24,
7771 Highway 95, Gordon,
Ala., no valid driver's
license, attached tag not
assigned, no motor vehicle
registration.
Angela Russ, 39, 104
Drury Lane,
Chattahoochee, worthless
check.
Jeania Hamilton, 29,
7813 Lake Seminole Road,
Sneads, forgery.
Steven Kreitzer, 20,
2832 St. John St.,
Marianna, 'violation of
county probation.


Will Speights, 67, 3331
Plantation Circle Road,
Marianna, battery (domes-
tic violence).
Jennifer Edenfield, 29,
3864 Jenny Lane,
Marianna, petit theft, pos-
session of controlled sub-
stance.
Stephanie Jordan, 29,
2927 Albert St.,'Marianna,
hold for Bay County.
Gregory Herring, 46,
4415C Constitution Lane,
Marianna, fraudulent use
of credit card, worthless
check.
William Matthews, 32,
1936 Church St.,
Marianna, felony battery
(domestic violence by
strangulation).
Jimmie Daniels, 58,
604 E 8th Place, Panama
City, driving under the
influence.
Shirrod Kelsey, 27, 207


Fred Maple Place,
Brandon, violation of state
probation.
Emmett Stanley, 32,
5150 Hudson Drive,
Marianna, fleeing or
attempting to elude, driv-
ing while license suspend-
ed/revoked-habitual, resist-
ing without violence.
Alonzo Ellis, 54, 3995
Sylvia Plantation Road,
Greenwood, aggravated
assault with. deadly
weapon, aggravated battery
(domestic violence).
Christina Noblin, 20,
2440 Martin Road,
Marianna, driving under
the influence.
JAIL POPULATION: 196
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000. To report a wildlife
violation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).


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Plans under way for 2011 Union Grove reunion


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Committee members are busy making
plans for the upcoming Union Grove High
School Whole School Reunion, to be held
Aug. 26-28, next year. This will be the
fourth time in the history of Jackson
County that Union Grove High School has
come together for all classes to host a
whole school reunion.
From Union Grove came doctors,
lawyers, *teachers, ministers, bankers,
business leaders and numerous other pro-
fessions.
Union Grove, a predominately African-
American school, closed in 1970.
The first whole school reunion was held
in 1996.


. The second reunion was held in 2001
and the third was in 2006.
Eleven full scholarships have been given
to graduating seniors of surrounding
schools, the major scholarship require-
ments being that recipients are descen-
dants of Union Grove alumni and attend
Chipola College.
Bettye Worlds-Dickens, 594-4160, is
serving as chair of the reunion committee.
Leo Sims, 594-6181, and Ira Borders
Clark, 209-3624, are the co-chairs.
Committee members include Harris L.
Baker, Doris, Robinson Williams, Nancy
Perry Hall, Essie Williams Brown and
Jessie Harrell-Howard. If anyone wishes
to be a part of the committee, please con-
tact any of the members listed above.


Violinist to perform for Chipola Artist Series


FLORIDA LOTTERY


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Violinist Sarah Geller, the final
offering of the 2009-10 Chipola
Artist Series, and pianist Cheryl
Tschanz will perform their Souvenirs
program in the Chipola Theater,
Thursday, March 18, at 7 p.m.,
From the triumphant opening of
Mozart's Sonata in Bb Major, to the
last notes of Ginastera's fiery and
rhapsodic Pampeana No. 1,
Souvenirs captures the rhythmic and
passionate textures of Latin America,
Paul Schoenfield's sultry and jazzy
"Four Souvenirs," and the simple and
refined beauty of three pieces by Lili
Boulanger.
Geller has performed to critical
acclaim in many prestigious venues,
including Carnegie Hall.
Geller drew capacity and standing
room-only audiences with perform-
ances on the Gainesville Pro Musica
Series in Georgia, and the Strad for
Lunch Series in New York City.
Geller is also in high demand as a
teacher in her hometown of New


York City and beyond.
Pianist Cheryl Tschanz is a soloist,
chamber musician, and private
instructor who serves on the faculty
at Florida Southern College. Tschanz
holds numerous international compe-
tition prizes and was the first recipi-
ent of the prestigious Thayer
Fellowship.
Having collaborated together since
1998, Geller and Tschanz bring a
unique and dynamic quality to the
stage, probing the depths of a com-
poser's colors and message to form
multiple layers of communication
with each audience member.
Tickets may be purchased in
Chipola Business Office, or by phone
at 718-2220, with major credit cards
accepted.
Tickets also will be on sale the
night of the show at 6:30 p.m. in the
theatre box office.
Tickets are $12 for adults, $8 for
ages 18 and under, and $4 for Chipola
students with ID.
For ticket information, call .the
Chipola Business Office at 718-2220.


Sneads brings-the berries


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

This year's Sneads
Elementary School
Strawberry Sale is set for
Thursday, March 18.
Strawberries will be
coming fresh from the
farm in Plant City. Each


flat of strawberries costs
$14' (cash only, no
checks), and all orders
must be pre-paid.
Place orders at Sneads
Elementary School.
For more information,
the school can be reached
at 482-9003.


Violinist Sarah Geller, the final
offering of the 2009-10 Chipola
Artist Series, will perform in the
Chiniola Thkeater Tkhursdav March


18. Contributed photo


Boyd's Military Academy

Day set in Tallahassee


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
On Saturday, March 6,
Rep. Allen Boyd, D-
Monticello, will host his
annual Military Academy
Day. High school freshmen,
sophomores, and juniors
who are interested in attend-
ing one of the U.S. military
academies are encouraged to
attend.
The event will give inter-
ested students and parents an
opportunity to learn more
about the nation's military
academies, requirements for
admission, and the appoint-
ment process. The event is
free and open to the public.
Congressman Boyd and
members of his staff will be
joined by representatives
from each of the service
academies: U.S.. Military


Peanut production
short course i J


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

The Jackson County
Extension Office will host a
peanut production short
course on Thursday, March
4, at the Jackson County
Extension Conference
Center.
Topics covered will
include peanut variety per-
formarce; peanut weed
control; saving peanut seed;
peanut seedling rates and
calcium requirements; pro-
filing the new peanut vari-
eties; and advantages of fur-
rowing-diking in irrigated
and dry-land Peanuts.
Registration will begin at
7:45 a.m. with presentations
at 8:30 a.m. The peanut
short course will conclude
with lunch at noon.
Restricted-use pesticide
license holders may receive
one CEU in either the pri-
vate ag or the ag row crop
category. For more informa-
tion, contact the Jackson
County Extension Office at
482-9620.


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Academy, and Coast Guard
Academy. Representatives
from the .ROTC units of
Florida State University,
Florida A&M University,
and the University of Florida
also 'will be in attendance.
Military' Academy Day
with Rep. Boyd is 10 a.m. to
12 p.m. EST Saturday,
March 6, in the cafeteria of
Leon High School, 550 E.
Tennessee St., Tallahassee.
For more information
about Military Academy
Day, please contact Edna
Parker in Congressman
Boyd's Tallahassee office at
850-561-3979.


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March 3-6
MEN'S TOURNAMENT BRACKETS
Hillborough vs.
Broward
Wednesday, March 3 8:00 p.m. Semi-Final
W Friday, March 5 B
Northwest Florida vs. 6:00 p.m.
Central Florida I
Wednesday, March 3 6:00 p.m.
Phone: 8 -82Championship
Saturday, March 6
Indian River vs. 5:00 p.m.
Tallahassee
Wednesday, March 3 3:00 p.m. Semi-Final
Friday, March 5
Daytona vs. 1:00 P.m.
St. Petersburg
Wednesday, March 3 1:00 p.m.

_WOMEN'S TOURNAMENT BRACKETS
Gulf Coast vs.
Daytona
Thursday, March 4 6:00 p.m. S i
_Semi-Final
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Palm Beach vs. 8:00 p.m.
Central Florida I
Thursday, March 4 8:00 p.m. Championship
Saturday, March 6
Indian River vs. 7:30 p.m.
Pensacola
Thursday, March 4 3:00 p.m. Semi-Final
SFriday, March 5
Santa Fe vs. 3:00 p.m.
Tallahassee I
Thursday, March 4 1:00 p.m.

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STAFF REPORT

A Jackson County cotton producer
has been re-elected to his eighth
term. as Florida chairman of the
American Cotton Producers board
within the National Cotton Council.
B.E.' "Sonny" Davis Jr., of
Cottondale, was elected by his peers
at the 2010 NCC annual meeting in
Memphis, Tenn.,
The ACP is the producers' advo-
cate within the NCC, and is responsi-
ble for developing recommendations
on all issues affecting the production
sector of the'industry.
"I'm honored 'to serve on the ACP,
and appreciate the confidence they
have in me," bavis said.
Davis and NCC representative T.
Cotton Nelson said,.the AGP board.,
.willFprobably be spending a 16t of
time on trying to make sure the 2008
farm bill is fully implemented, and.
at the same time focus energy on


what should go into the 2012 farm
bill.
"We work hard every time there's a
farm bill'," Davis said. "It's very
imp0otanit that we hold them to
implementing the '08 bill as it is
written. It has some safety nets that
are important to-producers."
Davis said it's still a bit to early to
begin serious work on the'2012, bill,
but that it is important to monitor it
and offer input as the dialogue begins
in earnest.
"Once it begins, it's a constantbat-
tle to try to hold the line on the things
we need in there," he said. "We'll.
also be looking at the farm programs
in general and the trade agreements
that are so important to the industry
as a whole."
" :'Aside from being selected as the
FloFida chairman of the ACP, Davis
was also re-elected as vice chairman
of the Florida NCC division itself.
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One of his business associates in
that concern, plants manager Scott ____ __
Mitchell, was re-elected to his see- __a
ond term as secretary of the Florida ~
NCC finit..
"He's a young fellow coming -
along who's very intelligent and
understands the industry on all
sides," Davis said of Mitchell. "It's P)1 art
good to be serving with him." I t
According to a press release from ,:
the NCC, the organization "brings advice, the gardeners will
together industry representatives offer gently used gardening
from the 17 cotton-producing states books, painted gourds, tin
to establish policies reflecting the men and other miscella-
common 'interests and promoting neous garden ;art. Drinks
mutual benefits for its broad mem- and snacks will be on sale
bership and ancillary industries." as well. The money raised
The dgmestic- cotton industry., pro-,,,. will be. used. to. hqp put
xides eipfiymnent for some 200.000 togeder a greenhouse for
Americans and generates more than 4-Hers, junior master gar-
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greenhouse for multiple
purposes," Waxgiser said.
"We can do studies ,and
research, propagation,
things that will help the
home gardener. It's going
to be a teaching tool, for
youngsters and adults,"
For more information
about the festival, call 482-
9620 and ask to speak to a
Master Gardener.


OBITUARIES


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





George
William
Benefield Sr.

George William
Benefield Sr., 72, of Round'
Lake passed away in his
home on Sunday, Feb. 28,
2010. He was a member of
the Assembly of God
church and was a lifelong
resident of Jackson County.
He spent his leisure time
hunting, fishing and train-
ing bird dogs.
Mr. Benefieldwas preced-
ed in death by his parents,
Henry Willam and Jeannie
Susie Benefield; and sis-
ters, Betsy Jean Korngey,
Edna Crooms and Mable
Sims.
Survivors include the
mother of his children,
Glenda Fay6 Benefield of
Georgetown, Ga.; sons
George W. Benefield Jr. of
Cottondale, Shaun A.
Benefield, of Daleville, Ala.,
and Christopher Benefield
of Round Lake; daughter
Vicki L. Barber of
Cottondale; brothers Eddie
Benefield Sr. of Alford, and
Daryl Benefield of Silver
Lake; sisters Jaunita
Benefield of Kynesville,
JoAnn Benefield Vickery of
Blountstown, Voncile


Barnes of Kynesville, Rosier
Lee of Chipley and Kather-
ine Boutwell of Kynesville-.
11 grandchildren; and one
great-grandchild.
Services will be Wednes-
day, March 3, at 2 p.m. in
the Piney Grove Baptist
Church with the Revs. Ri-
chard Ellison and James
Lamb officiating. Inter-
ment will follow in the
Piney Grove. Baptist
Church Cemetery with
military honors conducted
by American Legion Post
No. 241.
Visitation will 'be Tues-
day March 2, from 6 to 8
p.m. in the Marianna
Chapel Funeral Home.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements.
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at
www.matiannachapelfh.co
m.
Pitman Funeral Homes
904 State Highway B
Warrenton, MO 63383-
2600
636-456-3200
pitmanfuneralhome.com

Joyce K.
Catrett

Joyce K. Catrett, 79, of
Truxton, Mo. died Feb. 21,
2010, at her residence. She
was a homemaker. She was
born April 30, 1930, in
Watula.
Survivors include her
spouse, Ernest H. Catrett
Sr. of Truxton; son, Ernie
(Lynn) Catrett of Truxton;
daughters, LaDene (Randy)


Foster of Moultrie, Ga., and
Joy (Bruce) Bell of
Rougemont, N.C.; grand-
children, Michael (Lisa)
Mercer of Lakenheath,
England,. Rachael Foster of
Moultrie, Ga., Courtney
Bell of Rougemont, Benja-
min Catrett of St. Charles,
Mo., and Megan Catrett of
St. Charles, Mo.; great-
grandchildren Noah Mer-
cer of Lakenheath, Eng-
land, Raistlin Mercer of
Lakenheath, England,
Regin Mercer of
Lakenheath, England; and
sister, Eloise Beverly of
Moultrie, Ga.
She was preceded in
death by her parents,
Nettie Catrett and Buck
Kersey; and brothers, Al-
ton Kersey and Paul Ker-
sey.
Services were private.
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
482-2332
www.jamesandsikes
funeralhomes.com




Floye E.
Brewton

Floye E. Brewton, 77, of
Marianna passed away on
Saturday, Feb. 27, 2010, in
Marianna.
He was born Feb. 9, 1933,
in McDavid.
He was preceded in
death by his parents, Roy E.
Brewton and Jeanette


Brewton; and his brother,
Roy E. Brewton Jr.
He is survived by his sis-
ter, Frances Brewton Ed-
wards, and his brother,
Billy G Brewton, both of
Pensacola; and several nie-
ces and nephews. ,
He graduated from Cen-
tury High School, attended
Pensacola Junior College
and graduated from Flori-
da State University. He
served in the Army during
the Korean conflict.
' He was employed as a St.
Joe Paper Company plant
manager before moving to
Marianna. He was partner
and president of Marianna
Hospitality Inc. and Ma-
rianna Developers Inc. He
was named Jaclson County
Florida Citizen of the year
2006, in recognition of his
restoration of a number of
historical buildings in Ma-
rianna.
The family will receive
friends from 4 to 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday, March 2, at James
& Sikes Maddox Chapel,
4278 Lafayette St., Marian-
na.
The funeral service at
James & Sikes Maddox
Chapel will follow visita-
tion.
Interment will be at 10:30
a.m. Wednesday, March 3,
in Ray's Chapel Baptist
Church Cemetery in
McDavid, with James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel directing.
In lieu of flowers, memo-
rial contributions may be
made to Ray's Chapel
Cemetery Fund, 170 Bogia
Road, McDavid, FL 32568.


Williams Funeral Home
5283 Brown St
'iraceville, FL 32440-2232
263-5116

Elmer
Whitford
"Bud" Ware

Elmer Whitford "Bud"
Ware passed away Monday
at Campbellton-Graceville
Hospital. He was 88..
Born and raised in St. An-
drews, Dr. Ware graduated
from Bay High School,
Stetson University and re-
ceived his doctorate in the-
ology from Southern Bap-
tist Theological Seminary
in Louisville, Ky.
In 1958, Dr. Ware and his
family moved to Graceville,
where he was a professor of
theology at Baptist' Bible
Institute, now known as
the Baptist College of Flori-
da. He finished his working
career as the director of the
Northwest Florida Regional
Housing Authority, also in
Graceville.
Bud specifically request-
ed a short obituary, which
is fortunate because his tal-
ents and achievements
were many.
In addition to being a
minister, scholar and busi-
nessman, he was a licensed
master plumber, an ac-
complished engineer and
designer, wood turner, ar-
tist and boat builder, hav-
ing kept his son afloat in
boats for many years.
He had been a genuine
friend and comfort to
many during his years here


in Graceville.
Dr. Ware was preceded
in death by his wife Judy,
the mother of his children,
Judith Ettlinger and Phillip..
He was also preceded in
death by his older brother
Johni of Tampa; and.sister,
Lois Matthews of Athens,
Ga.
He is survived by his lov-
ing wife Erma; his children
and Judith's son, John
Ettlinger; a brother,
Charles "Bubba" and wife
Adelaide, of Panama City;
and one sister, Mary Joe
"Pie" Hubbard of Rockford,
Ill. He is also survived by
one stepdaughter, Sonia
Roberts (husband Clark);
four stepsons, Jerry
Brookins (wife Diana), Re-
ggie Brookins (wife Robin),
Joe Sheffield (wife Su-
zanne), and Roger Shef-
field; along with 13 step-
grandchildren and 26 step-
great-grandchildren.
The viewing willbe at Wil-
liams Funeral Home, 5283
Brown St., Graceville, from
6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday,
March 3.
The funeral is scheduled
for 10 a.m. 'Thursday,
March 4, at the First Baptist
Church of Graceville, of
which he was a long-time
member.
The family would like to
thank the staff of
Campbellton-Graceville
Hospital and Covenant
Hospice for their kind and
affectionate attention dur-
ing his hospital stay.
Williams Funeral Home
of Graceville is in charge of
arrangements.


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list of roads that would be
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Lady.Bullpups lose, tie Port St. Joe
BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna Middle School Lady
Bullpups lost one and knotted one in dou-
bleheader, action Friday evening at home
against two tough Port St. Joe Lady Sharks
teams 4-3 in Game One, and a 9-9 tie in
Game Two.
Marianna sent Breanna Willis to the
mound. After retiring the first 12 batters she
faced, Willis surrendered two runs in the fifth
and sixth innings.
For the Lady Bullpups offensive, Alli Ann
Bigale went 1-for-2 with a walk and a reach
on an error. Taniyah Robinson was also 1-for-
2 with a walk. Shaniah "Strawberry"
Spellman was 1-for-3 with a reach on an error.
In Game Two, Marianna sent Willis to the
mound for two innings. She gave up five runs
on three hits, four walks and a hit batter.
Reagan Oliver came on in the third, giving up
four runs on two walks, with four errors com-
mitted behind her.
Allie Ann Bigale, Hannah Spooner and
Bonnie Bigale led the Lady Bullpups in
offense, going 1-for-2. Taniyah Robinson and
Caitlyn Carpenter were 1-for-3. Lexi Basford,
Carpenter and Genesis Calhoun all reached
base safely on errors.
The Lady Bulipups will be back in action
on Tuesday when they host Graceville. First
pitch is slated for 5 p.m. with the second Second baseman Reagan Oliver at the plate during the Lady Bullpups game against Port
game starting at 6:15 p.m. St. Joe. -Contributed photo


Front row, left to right, Hailey Tew, Hannaih Spooner, Ashley Griffin, Bonnie Bigale, Carlee Wilson, Genesis Calhoun and Taniyah
Robinson; back row, left to right, coach Scott Wiggins, Caitlyn Carpenter, Breanna Willis, Alli Ann Bigale, Lexie Basford, Faith Moore,
,- A*uMO ..... Reagan Oliver, Madison Gullett, Shaniah Spellman, coach Mark Willis. -Contributed photo


Benders take top tournament honors "


BY SHELIA MADE
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Benders baseball team began their
2010 season in the same fashion, as they
closed the 2009 season, on a winning note.
The Benders took the top spot in the Icicle
Escapade tournament held in Freeport this
past weekend, with a clean sweep of four
games to take home the championship trophy.
In Game One's 5-2 win over the Eastside
Bandits on Saturday, the Benders sent,Jacob
Newell to the mound; he allowed one base
runner and no runs. In the bottom of the
inning, the Benders plated two runs on a hit
by Bryson Home, with Tristan Cooper and
Collin Chambers both taking advantage of
errors to reach first safely.
Newell had one error behind him and one
walk, but held the Eastside Bandits off the
scoreboard. The Benders plated one run in
their half of the second to make it a 3-0 game.
Alex Gann walked, stole to third, and scored
on a single by Newell.
Chambers took over on the mound in the
top of the third inning and allowed two runs,
both unearned, to make it a 3-2 game as the
Benders were held scoreless in the third.
Chambers retired the side in the fourth
inning, with the Benders adding a run.
Chance Harper reached on an error but was
out on a fielder's choice by Chambers. Maxx
Harrell and Newell drew walks to load the
bases. Parker reached on an error that scored
Chambers, before a strikeout ended the
inning. Keith Lyle came on to close out the
game for the Benders, allowing no runs.


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Chambers, Trayce Horne and Tristan Cooper; back row, left to right, Gage Parker, Chance
Harper, Maxx Harrell, Landon Tharpe and Bryson Home. -Contributed photo


Cooper singled with one out, and scored with
two outs on a single by Peter Setterich.
Game Two for the Benders Saturday was a
13-0 mercy rule game over the Cottonwood
Vipers. Harrell took the mound for the
Benders and picked up the win, recording six


strikeouts in two innings of play. Cooper
came on to close out, recording three strike-
outs in two innings.
In the playoff round Sunday, the Benders
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defeated the Bay Bombers 4-1 to
advance to the championship game.
Setterich took the mound in Sunday's
first game and allowed one run through .
three innings before giving way to
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allowed no runs in picking up the save.
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top of the first inning with their only run
of the game.
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second and third before scoring on a
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and pitched three scoreless innings
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Cooper, Harper, and Homrne all singled
to plate three runs in the bottom of the
first inning to make it a 3-0 game. In the
second inning, Harrell got things going
by taking one for the team, but three
consecutive outs ended the inning with-
out a run crossing the plate.
The Benders plated seven runs in the
bottom of the third inning. Cooper,
Gann, Harper, Setterich, Newell, Harrell,
Parker all singled, with Homrne drawing a
walk for the offensive explosion.
Overall in the tournament, the Benders
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Puppies ale$100 3/2 in C'dale no ets o nrur. Home 24ft a 'slideout I rI l r Ercoupe. Surf: 2006ScionTC
Female $200 Ready CH/A $425850-258- :i.ro,..Jr, Ir gu 1 7293 mH.lei 4KW Onan hrip: ww v.dtr, c,,om 60,900 Mi. $8800
:.w314 34794-2854 1594 Iv message i:, ri.iHum, -H Gr Gen.. Very ':lea r, eaachapterll93 E41 32mpg 334-692-9915 RESULTS!!!
EM3M.Mlard ..6B. TAC. $35.000U 334-687.9663 resq.htm or ernma.I
S.E. ALABAMA 3/2 MH all elec. iale pu' :. ,U.I. 1v.. L%0 pvwood2128h.-.4yahoo. Nissan '07 Altima
SKtrNEL CLUB Water/sewer/garb/ I33J- .i9 SSt Tioga Arrow 27ft COTI for more 2.5SL, BlacK, 34,200 Call
S Good Manners lawncare incl.$550 Motorhom- '86, nformatior. mi., bose stereo,
Found Obedience Rally +dep. 850-592-4625 Bavliner C r COACHMEN .while.Auto.8 cyl. Flight Club Sre 3 oonroof, spoiler,
Basic, &Confirmation ly0 2-:-I HP Punr.'. Prr,. -ra th WH. .r Flight Club Share '83 leather int. very The
Classes, Starts "1. 5.'' ,.:.,,rer h WH. ,ng. A C. AM. FM. Cessr.a 172 & 182 clean, Like new.
FOUND:Med.szF March 2nd, 2010, $45 MobileHomes ':r.rr a.r. 5'. ner dr. er, runs ell. loA mle. A nangard.n Mar. ec. $15,000.obo,
dog, long multi-color for6weeks, in Parks '.,'Hi', ,4 r,..2 $1J. HI,), ,u or' 2. G Fairrconcl. Harslerak cond. $2000 850 569 334-372-0702or ClaSSifieds
hair, near Murphy & 334-598-9463, 334- 117.c00.. Huky 25 K jodamage. $5000 2006 Bad Boy buggy. 2969 334-432-0302.
Providence Church 299-3315, or 334-714- Rent to Own: 2 & 3BR Caravelle 7 ? 1'5' HI.I h $5 025095 .l u'62 all electric irn Great
Rd GR. 305-481-2691 3123 MH's..Lot rent incl. BoaHd.r. 4'.nur. 392% Conditlr:,.Finic ir h n AutoEngies
For details 850-557- Mercruiser 350 MPI COUGAR '05 Camper eltr Hwinh ooids, Enuins ,
GeneralNoticesL,20 342/ 0-814 -515 rhp. Bimini top.- Trailer w/1slide, Full windshield 2 guJA C K SO N
Snap in carpet and loaded REDUCED! Wanted racks, winch, front "
Need Telepho covers. A ton of ac- $12,500 772- 631-5065 basket, roof basket, Original 1965 Mus.
Need Telepho ne real estate cessories included. and battery charger, tang car parts for
Jacks INSTALLED? l le Call for all of the ex- DUTCHMAN t,. 2' 1334)585 9b488 -ale 334-393-96prt for
Please call IC Smith. residentialfor Sale tras. Excellent condi- Goo.id coridtion. 8 - C.T
850-592-8260 tion. $27,000.00 OBO. Si.:p. c6. Asking
I (334)300-1122. H r.t &3-794-8697 2-1k Automo b i M
1 COBRA 14' boat. 45 LORIDAN
) ka ck re $Marner r ing 1995 Buicke LOOKING FOR MATUR.
LOST: Black Male Farm EquipmentJ$2700., 334-726-1434 Conquest '29.om il-
Mays Seafood on Jef- CROWNLINE'07,210 i .. rai. I I m e. take $70 0. O LOOKING FOR MATURE,
person. REWARD! 414" MF Bottom Bowrider w/wake over payments 334 3 34-347 -019DEPENDABLE NEWSPAPER
850-272-2370 Plows $450/ea & 4 Homes forSale board tower. 350mag 794462 Warranty DEPENDABLE NEWSPAPER
18" JD Flip Plows 300hp, like new, CARRIERS
merchandise $550/ea 850-718-7750 $28,000. 334-470-8454 Dut:hren J ft.CARRIERS
3/2 Brick Home Tr.11- Tra6er '06 alS| 0
Fruit&Vegetables 1892 SF New Roof Fisher 07' 1600 Au- 38B-D5L. See .8. FORD -'06FIS4WD.
Single Carport minum Bass Boat 40 2 SIB.ktui LoBIE3. Black
26X30 Storage bldg Mercury 4 stroke,at4 2 ,u0. L .. e, Int..mud tires. COTTO N AL
Sawyer's Produce X-Lg Lot Dothan, low hours, loaded,. Lb- ,-.k $20.g.. .FORD"'05500
W e have Fresh ALg334-796-9566 like new, $7,900. 334- 3344064555 Lariat Packagee bed Earn an average
Produce and 714-5860liner, chrome tool miles, 6-CD sound
Frozen Peas. We 4/2.5 InianS KEYWEST 17' 6" like box, One owners, syste m $10,500 BO
crack Pecans. 4/2.5lndianhSpgs e no repairs done,
334-793-6690 Golf Course on new, suzuki mtr 115 k rei ne, 334-695-3550
334-793- 6 0 J Fairway. 2 car hp 4 stroke, gps trol- system $10,500
[ garage, Ig'deck, ling mtr, cd/fm/am._4 __ $15,500 Infinity '97'J30
HayU&Grai Milesh900
sre poh $16,000. 334-347-1887 4 334)685-0612 142,000 miles.
S Hay rain $369k 850-320-0470 or 334-449-0162 mbyrd@alarail.com $3,500., 334-687-7956 per month
UN* GUN SHOW$* I- 7 aFranklin 05 Heritage KIA' i Bl
March6th&7th Bahia seed for sale DW 3/2 $27,900, awnings 2BR, garden M U T Miles, w/warranty,
National Peanut exc.germination W's Low as $9K tub withshower, 03 American Star 36' new tires, LOADED!
Festival Bldg. Kenall Cooper S W&D CHALots of 5th Wheel 2 slides/2 $4800 OBO 229-334- BE YOUR OWN BOSS
Hwy 231 S. 334-703-0978 m youmove.16x2 I850343512
Dothan, Alabama wy 231 334-703-0978, 334- 2/2 $17.900 Call extra's. $20K. 334- Bdrms, large water, 8520, 334-355-1202
*Over 275 Tabma 7753749 12, Brad 850-763-7780 347-4626/333-0309. sewer & tanks MERCEDES '97 E320, 1AM to.6 AM
Sat. 9-5 Sun. 10-4 Sailboat '76-Catalina JAYCO '08 5th wheel $20,000 OBO. eres 117K actual miles,
Call 334-279-9895FSBO,3BD/2BA 30', 2 cyl. Yarmar die 35'. Exc. condition. (850)579-5183 Silver/Beige excel-
rd_____t__ _w/STUDY, DR & sel eng., Very low hrs 2 slides/AC's/reclin- lent condition $7,000 MUSt dependable
hJewelrywatch esl delA ffore GRANDRM less than 250. Roller ers. Payoff$35,000. _3468_18_utaeeenal
W/FIREPLACE, K furling, bimin, head, 334-791-8684 Mitsubshi '06 Raider
w/BAR CM, Khor sl3micro5 fridge. Good Mitsubishi '06 Raider transportation, minimum liability
1KT Diamond NEW DECK, con, do od .' SnugKEYSTONE'07 NISSAN '07 Titan Duro Cross, Crew
1 KT Diamond NEW DECK, cond. Docked @ Snug Copper Canyon 5th OFF ROAD PACKAGE, Cab, VS, Loaded, 32K insurance & valid driver's license.
Cluster Necklace w/ APPROX. 2210 Harbor slip B-6. 334- wheel, 2 slides, sur- N TIRESINEVER $14,500.334-791-0646
18 inch gold chain. SQ.FT. $139,000, 673-0330. $15,000. round sound, I1g. liv- RD BEEN OFF ROAD OR _$1 0.4 _-6
Pd. $1,400. new at 803 GONZALES ing area $27,500, SEEN MUD. SUPER Automobiles
Kay's askin $800. (LAVER HILLS), 34-618-6572. CLEAN TRUCKCo for Salme by and fill out an
Cash/ Firm Apartments- 334-790-7676 S' ,b334-618-6572. Co ROCKFORD FOSGATE bIynf u
Sy 334-790-4892 SaTEREOREAR LOCK- application at the
33-9082 Unfurnished '08,28 ft 5th wheel ING DIFF.TOWING 2003 Toyota Camry
3LoK-ciage mnA camper, 3 slides, PACKAGE. ALSO ON XLE V-6,75 Kmiles. All Jackson County FIoridan
31.5 KT Diamond 1/1 private walking many extras, clean, AUTOTRADER.COM power, sunroof,
Cluster Ring 14 kt distance to Chipola Compass Lk in Hills sacrifice @ $29k 850- FOR MORE PICTURES AM/FM cass.6 CD 4403 Constitution Lane,
gold sz. 5 but can $325/mo, $300 dep. Subdv. Lg lot, bor- Seacraft, '89 20ft 593-5675 Javelin '99 19' Rene- AND INFO. 22500 Disc Changer, Red.
used as wedding 850-557-0893/526- ders sm. pond, mem- Center Console, boat, Soralis '99 Sunliner gade F/S bimini miles, WHITE exteri- Asking $10,000. Call Marianna, FL or
set or dinner ring. 1120 bers can rent RV motor & trailer, 95 33' with one 14' top,cover,exc cond, or, GREY interior, 334-796-1513 or 334-
Main setting is 3 2BR/BA, sites, boats, cabins, 225HP Johnson Mtr, li in ver good garage kept 175hp 4WD, $22,985 693-2099 ask for call (850) 526-3614
with 1/4 kt ,apt, in lay tennis, ride Dual Axle Tr. w/ ide in very call (850) 526-3614
ih14 nnhorses, fish, or relax brakeswh., runs condition. $8,500. 9500 334-726-5909 (334)268-3900 Chase.
b o & chane tow 4 0.mo. s850 __n_ the_ p...rel ax'w__runs
bands on each 573-0598 for more in- m in the pool well, very clean,
side. Pd. $2,600. fo.$12,500 850-832 Great cond. $6,850.
$1,500. firm. no FREE a month rent 2333DONT WAT! 334-66-5505 Motor Homes/RVs
appraisal on inq. 2BR only BA in nice Jackson County, FL* Wellcraft 88' 23 ft.
334-790-4892 $575 + dep 757/.ac @$1500/ac Center ounsel 225 oncord Coachman
High & Dry, Johnson outboard '05 Motor Home. 23'
850-482-5134 Mature Timber $4500. in electronics, long 2700mi, Take
Miscellaneous WELCOME HOME Ready to Thin, Sale $8,500. 334-235- over payments.850-
I forSale l WILLOWBEND Near Hwy 231 2995 593-5103
APARTMENTS Call owner -Cruise Master LE, '05,
850-593-5137 Have 850-509-8817 Campers/Travel 36ft workhorse chas-
1&2BR Apts. Rent Trailers sis 8.1 gas engine,
BF Koodrc Tires starting at $481 22k mi., no smk, 7kw.Advetie ou ."OO SUF fr RE b vsiinv t .j ncm. e ite r dtals
LIKE NEW! Equal Housing ration gen. 3 sl, SAT, 2 TV, 2
Size 305/65 R17 Opportunity 14' New Enclosed A/C, auto leveling, R 12X12 Chain link Amyrilla for sale: COMPAQ COMPUTER Girls shoes $30, Boys Quilting Fabric, Knits,
on nice aluminum TDD#711 r, Trailer wil sell cam. Roadmaster fence do kennel $15/doz. Discount for OR Make offer $25 shoes $15, both size 2 Craft kits & Notions
wheels. 8 Lug. fi:,r l1 2200 or trade tow/brake system, w/gate, $200 850- bulk sales. Call Paul (850)592-2507 850-526-0086 $1 each 850-526-
$1,000.00 H..e.Ururn:n d Tr ,,ier/5th wheel/ Unlimited, 41k mi, Corner, lighted curio HOOVER STICK
(334) 798-0674 'T99 *'4 with slide and Auto air, 6 cyl, $75k 2007 Dodge Caliber Ashley Furniture- cabinet, $75 850-593- CLEANER- ENCORE Quilting Fabric, lots &
S2 1 cdopl- r. Grand pa, :lfference. 850- w/jeep, $60k without Slush Mats w/logo, Carlyle Panel 5 draw- 5702 $5 (850)592-2507 lots of pieces to
Ridge $400/mo +$400 462-5631/557-7332 jeep, both in great set of 4, like new, $40 er Chest.Dark Color. Dale Earnhardt JR. choose from. $1/ea
RAINBOW Cleanin-E2 us dep 850-592-55712005 Gulfstream 5th cond. selling due to 850-482-5874 $450 (850)209-7780 HP PRINTERS & FAX- 850-272-8967
w/warranty. Must 2/1 w/office in Grand Wheel, 4 slideouts, health. 850-352-2810 (2) 6ft Ficus trees $30 Ashley Queen Bed- ea, kids sz 8-12 $90 (850 5110, $50 Set of China, 4 pieces
sale 334-794-5766 Ridge, very nice, $600 $25,000 Fleetwd. Bdr 07'3- each 850-592-3261 Dark Carlyle panel 850-526-2414 $50 850-526-2414
$500-$1300. dep. $625/mo.or rent 4 Wheeler 06 Yamaha 850-482-8256 sld, loaded CH/A 2 Bags of girls Excellent Condition Dishwasher $40, JimmyW Hendrix SMALL BROILER/
to own 850-997-2464 Raptor 700-w/Xtras Fleetwood 1997fbp, wk. horse, 8.1 Clothes sz. 5/6 $50 $450 (850)209-7780 white good cond. WahWah peda like SMALL BICRO-OVEN$5
Low hours. Very 29 ft. gas, 5,900 mi. $100k for both. 850-594- Audiovox Cruise 850-482-S874 new, $50 850-482-- 5
Yard&EstateSalesJ 3/1 Brick home, 8mi good cond. (334) 791- fully self contained, 334-898-1201 7802 Auiovox Cruise 4057(80)92-207
E of Malone, $575/mo 8191 4000 OBO new bed, slide out & C 34802P e Control- still in box, Doll buggy, antique SM NATIVITY SET-
+ $500 dep. 850-569- canopy, great condi- Monoco Kriight '06, 2 Pioneer 12's al- fits most cars $75 replica, 14" tall, for Lady's & Gents Vic- SMA NATIVTYE-
To Visit Visited 5940 4x4 Polaris Mossy tion. $8,700. 334-797- Save $25K or more. ready in-box, $175 850-569-2194 porcelain collection torian Chairs $300 for XMAS $10 (850)592-
S3/1 h for rent in Oak camo edition. 1272 Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 850-209-6723 Beautiful tapestry $10 850-526-3426 pair 850-592-3261 2507
3/1 home for rent in Very powerful ATV. mi, many upgrades
Sarianna. Call for Auto erw thumb th Wheel,0636 ft. $159,700. 850-866-des 2 STEP FOLDING- sofa w/dark wood DVD player, Living room chair $30 SNOOPY CERAMICS-
Chipola Apartments details 850-209-8759 select 2wd or 4wd. Montego Bay, 45 2774 LADDER $5 trim $400 850-592- Magnavox $25 850- 850-526-2414 $10& UP (850)592-
4401 Costitution Austin Tyler & Assoc Great cond. $2900.00 slides & Dodge Ram 244 (850)592-2507 3261 593-5702 MEAT WRAPPING 2507 sawice $25
Wed. March 3rd Quality homes for 334-798-2857 '073500 Diesel Phaeton, 07' 40ft. 4 30 Doll Making & BERBER REMNANT- FOLDING LAWN PAPER- FULL ROLL s $850-482-7888
11am-2pm contents rent 850- 526-3355 dually. Tow package slide-outs, 15K mi. Craft Books, $3 /ea. CARPET 8 1/2X4 1/2 CHAIR- BLUE $5 White $12 (850)592-
of storage unit 101 "Property Mgmt is & Reese Hitchg $74300 350 CAT diesel, 850-526-3426 $7(850)592-2507 (850)592-2507 2507 Toddler Car Seat,
which includes lots 0 "Prouerty OY B inss" Askirig $74,300. Allison 6sp. 7.5 diesel brown, nice condition
which includes lots our ONLY Business" E 334-655-1100. gen. 4dr. frig w/ 3 GAL REDWOOD Black & floral Rec- Fridge $125, white, New lighted ceiling 850-526-3426brown, nice condition,
of furniture. Nearly New 2 BR Arctic 08 Prowler 700 icemaker, W/D in STAIN- $5 EA tangle or octagon good cond. 850-482- fan w/wooden pan- $35 850-526-3426
Home- Hwy 90 E EFI, warn winch, motion satellite dish, (850)592-2507 rugs, $25/ea 850- 5874 els $25 OBO 850-482- Twin cottage bed
pets & animals $600/mo, $250 dep other extras, rear & side cameras, 40" Elec Range, good 592-3261 Full sz headboard & 7888 w/mattresses &
850-526-8367only ,.o33-3 9-81 intheatersys. 4.Fullszheadboa chest of drawers.
850-526-8367 only 103m 500 ..- rrr euro recner cond. $150. 850-579- BRINKMAN SMOKER- footboard Old Trunk, $500 850-482-7719
New 3/2 house 4 King bed, 4909 used 3 TIMES $20 w/matching dresser, wood/leather/black
rent. Compass Lk Dirl t,,: . : ab. *'. i brake Buddy for tow 5 gallon Aquarium (850)592-2507 $75850-593-5702 metal, $100 OBO Two 4' x 8' book
S8area on 1.5 ac lot. '.r 2. r, 11 '4.. car. Garage stored., w/pump & lid $20 Chrome bug defle& Full sz sheet set w/ 850-592-3261 shelves, solid wood,
850-573-0625 l 3 ..i. Carriage r 0.-:, '0 Many other options. 850-526-3426 torfor'04-'06 Ford dust ruffel, new $10 OMEGA VEGETABLE $40/ea 850-272-8967
Hona 07 0 o.49 7 -$160,000. 6X6X16 ENT. CENTER or Mercury SUV, new 850-482-7888 JUICER $300 NEW. Various size bird
Free PetPoicy Mobile Homes Honda'07CRF8 .5 K Generator 334797-3617 LT OAK FINISH $50 $90.850-209-5294 GATEWAY HARD $50(850)592- cages $20 $50 850-
lour p, cari me. A o for Rent $0 X12 enlo sed pets, Exc. Cond REDUCED (850)592-2507 CIGAR BOXES- 7 DRIVE ONLY $25 2507HIBBING 482-3469
ngig om adtrailer $1500 new $36,500 334-714-4001 '03 Class A Monoco AM/FM receiver & cardboard cigar box- (850)592-2507 Queen sofabed, floral Various sz fish
for a free pet may draw 2/1 Located in cond. 850-447-2859 La1 Pama'rsa. 2 is' sep. cassette player es $10 (850)592-2507 Girls bicycle $50 850- earth tones, clean, aquariums, $15-$30
response from individuals Sneads $350/mo cherikeeITrailer 6 1 -bath-.'Ld $35 850-569-2194 526-0086 sleeps good $200 850-482-3469
whowillsellyouranimalfor 850-573-0308. Honda TRX 300 EX 28' L, sleeps 8, Like Incl. car dolley & all Collectable Campbell 850-592-3261
researcher breeding pur- 5- 0308 Bike is complete cus- new. $16,000. 334- furnishings (dishes, Antique 6 drawer Soup Dollsorig. Girls pageant dress, -- -Wedding dress,
poses Please screen re- 2 &3 BR MH C'dale. torn with tons of ac- 347-1887 or 334-449- towels, etc.) $65K. dresser $50 850-526- box/paperwork, $50 sz 2 $25 850-526- Queen sz bed set, strapless, worn once,
spondents carefully when $500 & up H20/ cessories incl. Red 0162 334-790-3480. 2414 both 850-526-3426 1086 $39.99850-482-4770 $50 850-209-6723
givingananimalaway. sewer/garb, L* EcDis $2000. .O.BO
S~charloscountryliving. --
[ Birds, Bees &Fish 4 2-8 AD IIS I
_- 2BR/1BA in Alford,
quail for Sale $375 + dep 850- 579- fl I
flight condition 4622/209-1664/573- IiCLASSIFlUD I
Ready for hunting 1851 _
2BR MH in Green- POLARIS Ranger '06
(_______ wood, $425 water/ 500, 4'x4,1 w/ lass
Dogs sewer/garb/lawncar windshield, fiber-
589 mud & snow tires -
AKC Registered 3/2 DW $400/mo & 250 hours, used on
Sheltie puppies, Born 2/2 SW $375, both in farm only, runs per-
Dec 28th, 2009 $325. Malone, CH/A, no fect. $6,500., 334-775- *
Sable/White1 M pets 850-569-2031 3037/334-695-0139
334-677-0055 Co ri hted Material

puppy6 wks old, CKC oriented, self motivated team player o p y rig h ted M material
reg, shots & wormed w/excellent verbal, people & PC skills. --
$325 850-209-0798 Mail resume to: Jackson County Floridan,
"----""J-- P.O.Box 520, ATTN: Box 968, -_ S C
CKC reg. Jack Russell 1 Marianna, FL 32447. EOE. J S n i c t nt n
Pups. Tri-colored & -
Excellent quality. Signature HealthCARE at The courtyard *
Clean environment is currently accepting applications for a I
$250. 334-88252. nurturlg in inter faith environment Available from Commercial News Providers


Free puppies, sm Job requirements include a Bachelors I
mixed breed, 4mos Degree in Theology, Divinity, Counseling
old. 850-693-0736 or related field and/or ordained by a local
FREE to good home, 2 ministry organization. Minimum of two
Chihuhuas, I apple years related experience is required.
head,1 short hair Apply in person at Signature HealthCARE
850-557-7130/693- at the Courtyard 2600 Forest Glen Trail,
0889 Marianna, Florida 32446. EOE/DFW


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for Sale. Uned r:I,,1 ,1 rd .- FORDud 291 Caledonia plans and specifica- LF14843
w ... $' 06U r I, I. J -- an.Larat. n I JE .n r l c-. e e M arianna, tions prepared by
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DI .E.S. vi. new *ires. a C.,:ntractors may Associates, Archi- COURT OFTHE
Yamaha- r s 4L28n. 513.800 .o itin one (1) set of tects, 2910 Caledonia FOURTEENTH
sr..,1, ip ,d d. :c i,, .,334-899-.0099 .1,,o ments upon Street, Marianna, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
CareekeIr ,,,---,,,,,- 4. 5 ,i] deposit, Florida 32446. Plans AND FOR JACKSON
Carseker HD Dv] B .,:- ,.. ,in Ford 03' V-8 :, will be refund- are on file and open COUNTY, FLORIDA
--'06-IHDD. .: -p IO B.0r -rI Suoe-rcrtw 30 200T m, ,,i .,i to those sub- to inspection in the
Automobiles Lexe.G. Bls:, '' '5'1 4"L K-EJ-WI, .OuEu u1 s like new, Mus.t S' ,iitn,,-,q a 'bona fide office of the Archi- CASENO. 09-692'CA
Automobiles e 198K r K000 334434.460 46 ,id .and .returning tect, 2910 Caledonia
PlaformSale Load $Mod 8 West 1.i .? .0 i ', -" 1 . d'.t.'' r or 334 393-64 9 sal, documents pre- Street, Marianna,
forSale Loaded $7,200 W est z7 114d lef / i,,,1s __n,__ __a r "
s MainCarSales LLC uth n':(1 ,a..,-ti i i,.. l 1p. g ,,, ,n'', l or .i1t. --'- - f pa,,.r, in good condi- Florida.
1919- W E 'tg w .i-,I '.,' iri ,ca Ion i, 34 -1 .'k 2' ,I.n. within ten (10)
6.-- M en S- c. IC |oinsa34n m 1 3 >.:n g oten10) 1 CAPITAL CITY BANK,
Si-u-.i M0ul 23.'15.ru ;-L Li i'*'lL O 3 I '. l d,0i lter receipt of Drawings and speci-
2b ,d r L 3 70 516 General Con- fications may be ob Plaitiff,
20*17 ZF2i5i0.great&'.i F I i :' tractors requiring tained from the of-
shape.nd dwell ,mar Yamaha l r,1.. F- more than one set, fice of the Architect vs.
tarined.$4000 Buy anri0.e tic.r,,r" JEEP ,I 0- .rarjr subcontractors, sip- atPostOffice Box
born or $ 00. tme Or . cl. -I -'':,I- .' Ford 06 F350.Die'e pliers, or others may 861, 2910 Caledonia H E L E N A
ura 05 334- 263842 .:n. 6Kn. 119 .:, r,,-....,. eranl.' e purchase a full set of Street, Marianna, GIANNAKOPULOS,
acrSI U0-1-2 ,ncl. abiv .,,,,.rlr..., PLYMOUIH '96 C.rand 4WD g lean. k mi. documents for $75.00 Florida 32446. Gener- NADIA RAHBANI,
Bl*.k 5 SPLD- Loade, '92 Gcljar,_ 601 Purd. c.< I. t,:l I .[, . ,, -r.4 ,,-v.'n ure, g or, e i per set, non al Contractors may COMPASS LAKE. IN
S l.'uu WeiclMain LEXUSO2R'-.:Iiii91K mile;, ree. ':. cirl .-hg.r.6 .'3I a-.CtQE. net s..-0e 5t6q 22F2 per set, on contracts may COPAS LAKERIN
CarSa.200 We.." Man LEXU"2T-',. 3009 re..re,3 e,:.p.nt ......."T, .5 2 refundable. obtainone(1)set THE HILLS PROPERTY
Car Sales LLC $12,900 LIKE NEW. ,I. runnir,ng .: -.1i0 3 .854 o.r E,.,; r. "' --..ff- -terl' ngr F.:.rd F'(I Fi0 XLT of documents upon OWNERS ASSOCIA-
1919 West Main St. WEST MAIN CAR $7000 85,.-4l 2915 c lii .com.:ll i:i .,', .-. ,.i r, clen. u u .:-:r... J4 a 4il.. Pirt.al sets will not $75.00 deposit, which TION, INC., DWAYNE
.334-699-5880"SALES LLC e e n.EhT:394Q'ti ~ U f50 ,.? lJIl ,l. blue be -iold to major will be refunded only W. DARLEY, AMBER
r1919 WEST MAIN ST iBUY L i E! i -i- r.,::.er C29C:144[ u.ccontractors, (me- to those submitting a GOETZKE, and UN-
p3;. -34.699-.5i80t 5njl-..- crsuir:.i..i. .u- '_ .,: .- III' n;., pwr. CC. i54,u00 chanical. plumbing bona fide bid and re- KNOWN TENANT(S),
ilectnrconm.I.: 334.7146999 and elect:rical). Su'p- turning said docu-
S" Linco ll'n eE.r.i r. ir.:.tL-..r r 'Il FORD '07 F2, Super plier and other ments prepaid, in Defendants.
S Fri;d ow.h m r arge.e,: onl.a R,,, r . ., c- ,.. Auto b ites R .- SCrewrCab -ubc.ntractors may good condition, with-
w. r g. i.-r. .o,:,,er streett liga.i. $129-i i i I.:,. i ii i. in s uty v 8 Crew C a purchase drawings in ten (10) days after
windows & seats 33 4-2 334 77' ..: rr .ne e XLT 2W d specifications at receiptof bids. NOTICEOFSALE
BMW'01330ci89k w. lumbarleather 2.3 aIher .P.M. i,,' ,,,,:i 'i bnp<',rdi ca.rf.qrpars *' 8 the rate of General Contractors PURSUANTTO
Blue ExtraNice int. new tires adult HARLEY -69 l ul off.' ,52.00 thcc of draw- requinrg. more tGan CHAPTER 45
$11,500 West Main driven exc. cond. REd Kin Pice e- -. On n i5499_34A60I7 34-676990 FORD '7. F 100, 350. in- and 20 page of one set
Car Sales LLC $6,900. cash firm 36.500 u I.K Wriat . .. -. n Mercury FAu long wI eeI r e. sPeLii,i ,t'ns. subcontractors, r NOTICE is given pur-
1919 West Main St. 334-790-4892 e.,r, iop kept. ownerar. "g' l.t U r.nd.,. I Truck -Hea',' Our ,,to. ps obh. rurs. p lieers or-mthers may suant to a Final Judg-
334-699-5880 $11,000. 334 7743663 L ew. $r $360 14 5526 ook god.$ 2,50i. Bidding documents purciliase, ifiil et of ment of Foreclosure
Lincoln '07 MKZ, :34. ,'l8.5. 334 735-5.1040 ,-. be sent UPS, col- documen-tsTor $40.00 dated February 3,
BMW'e4t3301, black Lighttan w/beige in- HARLEY DAVIDSON l NISSAN '6 Patifind- (od8 F-250 ford.. lect .unless other- pe se non in Case No. 09
w/tan leather, auto- terior, leather heated '02 Farboy w.trl Icts t rLE,270hp, b,:e LafaE. c. Crnd.. 2, hFr h '. -_u-penified. reidale, 692-CA,in ofCasthe No. 09ircuit
matic sunroof, good seats, ABS, side ol Chrome, Blal,. au.ilo ,'6dis.; : 13.176 Mi.. 36.000 c, short r Court of the Four-
in4 5 A$ 5ef", ?'ms 19., 1Tci. i J d ol ,.h id must be ac- Partial sets will not teenth Judicial Cir-
680k-3 airbags, 37k mi, NA- $10.250 352-3032713 mr j cri. Tck i ully )ad base. runs 1I- ..i. Did must be ac- Partial sets will not teeth Judicial Cr-
13,900 334-685-623full DA $21,175 sell for Harley D.,,d..s.n '02 ".lj 4.Tmni;l|s, 519..10J. 50.69 2340 j :niiap.nied by a bid be sold to major cult, in and for Jack-
BMlW e95 5301, fully $17,900 850-814-0155 .HeraE Cla. c. I:4 lnlepm L,,:,,d. or a cashier's subcontractors, (me- son County, Florida,
oaded, 96Kmi ,LincolnTownCar'91 iro K leC N. made payable chanicah plumbing in which CAPITAL
white, excellent con- V8 motor, mint conid., ,tI,.Cmui~i 80. 34-1inii-virlh-. i ool Board, Ma- pliers and other -Plaintiff and HELENA
edition $6,000 OBO burgundy, 39,390. 8 -240'? 798-9476 I ur.h.Inject-170j" --.~. otherr
334-703-378 New tires, niceint., m_,-o'..79O9F 76 ,, Florida in the subcontractors may GIANNAKOPULOS,
CADILLAC '06 DTS weeds back shocks. Harley Dadon 02 r hme TOYOTA 'iiiF--r cOnd.. i9.' OBO *ini of 5% of the purchase -drawings NADIA RAHBANI,
ExCADLLAC06cond.,leather $2 ba00. 334-897-5482. rck ,tge Sofltii :ru c..n ..l Purn., SF. .u. 4. 7 ____ a ba bid as a guaran- and specifications at COMPASS LAKE IN
Exc.cond., leather $2000- prner la ,c --.. K. Lk..' .-,'. n,,le. ,.I,r, nd with an the rate of THE HILLS PROPERTY
seats,4dr, beige int. .j nany e-. t.:. lt .,.99.1 3;34 714 401 e 4 It lnrr ,::.i-,,01 CHEVROQET -"' Ford 53 FlO. rEW ai.-.Ement that the $2.00/sheet of draw- OWNERS ASSOCIA-
fully loaded. $12,900. 836 '- 4.B, 00m $12.00u. --Y-'-HA l,'l -; ,.r i- urarri ,-LT: A,C. P.5.. pa;r,. lim:ld:r will not .re- ings and 20t/page of TION, INC., DWAYNE
334-701-1836__ 334 3 9 YAMAHA'Tll -ar i 3i L ll t % ihneir 5 c,.rt: 9'4 ,: or cancel his specifications. W. DARLEY, and AM-
Cadillac'94 250, Burun .rd,- rrii., door, Eng. &:yl ec.,c.-il;d L -,r withdraw from BER GOETZKE are the
Fleetawood Broug- Harley Dav;dsonrOS' Lov. r :'' I,- rl. Tr.' I.Ir..- T IrIT'., ,i.,iiUrl Irans $4.000. OBO 90 3 4941 re .-ompletion for a Bidding documents Defendants, I will sell
ham.t con d.,fully FLHTCI Electra glde Agl r nce 2,-. 9 r. ,. *,, Li Lse W ",.erid of thirty (30) will be sent UPS, col- to the highest and
resam. opcond., f$500ullyBO :: 9.000 mi. 34.69 ..i54 :i ,, -n.or. bl.:. e/t- Ford '95 F50. sir,,rt ,. after the open- lect, unless other- best'bidder for cash
334-693-3980 Mazda 5, 07'Grand bilac', loaded. 'n. _n1999 J "..ASo rr bt'.1-.nir. wr, ,el na.ed .32 V ,r n of bids, and that wise specified.: at the front door of
touring, exc cond re- $i-m.800 34-714.-9377 rJ,,,t0r. aTv "n'n ij ',r-, Ias D.' r',,rt loaded. -21:. ofig. ni .ntile event the con- the Jackson County
CHEVROLET'08 making warr. 48K Harley Davi...n 7- 4 r i. '72 .' 54 850-4 56 520- 'r,,.:t is awarded to Each bid must be ac- Courthouse in Ma-
Corvette convertible, mi.black$11,500 ultra a: 'c I 2.0,-_0 ... _-,- rie bidder, he *will companies by a bid .rianna Jackson
1imngwrr0Hal- .iidr ,henl companies by a bid rianna; Jackson
Black, loaded, exc. 334-445-3652 or 256- mi. PCarl aict.ld- H.05 ,:.:I. i.,9nmg.*I Bu hhog .4, ii d nr;o ten (10) con- bond, or a cashier's County, Florida at
cohd., garage kept 452-8026 P.rt r i. c h.a, Outuj.l-ii r, .. I .- utive days after it check, made payable 11:00 a.m. bn March
$55,000.p334-692-5624.Z. L-red5.00, -0.e' l' grea m612 39t l e.10 r i.,e i' I ...' mi submitted enter to the Jackson Coun- 4 2010l the property
hev000e *334-62-54Mercedes 'O4Benz 8 0 n' 2-"3 S '7 Sl..i :ri-i. Navitar '98 Eagle, ,rt., written contract ty School Board, Ma- set forth in the Final
Chevrolet '93 Cap- E320, sports pack- 988or 333567 .37- 525E C gs r the Jackson ranna, Judgment of Foreclo-
rice, white, 70K age chi~r' ^al'blad.67 1 V. twit2E Ci,,iiniiigi .,rrl the Jackson anna, Florida in the Judgment of Foreco-
rice, white, 70K age cha r,e.al bla -- .... ------- I' ,,.-' engine. i-,ie tire. -ll CouJnty School Board sum of 5% of the sure and more par-
ewtireexs,4 3 e n, lu t-er. 8r m6reVh,:. CASE 1. .E0 inm chev qu.pTen n uE' t 1. r., accordance with base bid as a uaran- ticularly described as
33 4-ires $43-018 Me 334-8,]6 .7e90es 0"-Tr..i. i,,r.4 rum-'s in Iri 'Cnevy 'J .Eradh .-reli.r, runrlnin [l-., accepted bid. The tee and with an follows-
334-792-80189Mercedes 97SL500, nc l. ru-, r t 3- '-p0. 1 To.I Sha.L cnditori.$10.500. iot of the bond will agreement that the
Chevy '04 Cavalier Hd. top conv. '4K mi. Chey ,i T h e $..5Ii,00 O '' .' i ,J ;n'. .6L. Bus il ; 3-S.,-5072 or 34. re included as, part bidder will not re- Lot 35, Block 51,
4DR, AC, Low miles, leather i-. Wii.ne,:,:l- $11. S Orteat 3.,5 d ---L---.74 7-- l.'w ,e,, o'.err 899.659 .92 1 irhe bidders base- voke or cancel his Compass Lake Hills
GREAT GAS MILEAGE, or 334693-3980 '921 or 34-95 I FORD TWi l Tri:ir -.' adeIi i Sonoma '.0 GMr L,.-i proposal. bid or withdraw from unit Three, according
NICECAR, LOW HARLE'i DAVIDSON - -, ,b i ,- L il'. r-ri- league. Eernd'.dCb4,' NOTE:There the competition for to the map or plat
PAYMENTS! $300 Mercedes 98' SLK230. '08 1200 SportIter Chevy '04 Tahoe, t.n tD, -'1..' m 9 *n A t"- NOTE: There will be a a period of thirty '(30) thereof as recorded
down $199 per mo. leather. Ha. top. Con.t- 0820S ttrh.4Ehegirc edA,J5,2rc i' n
down $199 per mo. ler. u:. r Custom. 108 milE.-, LS. BleIC-,:. 0 2 r.ulr,..3tr'ol . Pw le-r br k.s -. Pre-Bid Conference days after the open- in Plat Book A-4,
Call 334-791-8243 Ask vert. Supercharged. 4 r Sd. L e W..FL 334,701 i.- UI. and attendance will ing of bids, and that Page(s) 116A-123A,
forSteve Hatcher- rc Cd, 20. warren,, Pen :, Gandy .. I Cali 7 6. be mandatory for all in the event the con- Public Records of

15,D t ,.,: I "N ., a 72. l s nfp o claiming
89.500 3346798 1201 18.700. 334 702-4776 idws. run- General Contractors tract is awarded to Jackson County, Flor-



Chevy 1969 Camaro 6- 3 Harley Da- dtiln *08 4r.! ,: ,:. 5h whe County School Board property owner as of
lo Cust paint Char.- Mercury '01 Villager, Harley Dav,cl;don -'0S514.,00i ,-5u..!-i ride iii.Ln whnplan to submit a the bidder, he will ida;
Z28coupeorange C o 3Lo Rider ha; r ;- ,4 w ulelidt sharp LFb4858 Td Owner reLegalAdsthis project within ten (10) con-t
Fr End Damage $4800 $o300 downr $199 van 4000 E lets. I deai. GREAT I ONDIT i O ,I- hE r,.'I "I 1 r i.-I see Section B "n- secutive days after it Any person claiming

H watch er 334 19 1- _4 11 -:. 1.4 ''' C o unwith th e Jacksono a nt
Chevy 1969 Camaro 8243. Harley Dacvid on '08il 4lWr.".i4 iee..mipe I-oh sulseci County School Board property owner as of
Z28 coupe orange Low Rider. lesther, .. W/ hAide- sharp LF14858 Th' owner reserves in accordance with the date of the-lis
ext. black int. manual Mitsubishi '02 Lancer 3K mi. black. wartran- IC M Cl-II r i.-tmii,. 11,n .right to waive the accepted bid. The pendens, must file a
4-speed $9000.. 4dr, at, new tires & perfect conrd. INCOME 29.50 Offers!-. INVITATION TO BID .nf.-.rmalities in any cost of the bond will claim within sixty
256-278-4276 brakes, fully loaded, many \tras. $13.500 1 OPPORTUNIT 3.4 u.0.-4906. t..I and to reject any be included as part (60) days after the
edyx3@aol.com mar., 100K, $3,800. 850.526-2790 Chevy ui Ti h,: STAINLESS r Bids a ill Ie received :.r all bids, or to ac- of the bidders base- sale.
neg., 334-98-2044 49.100 mi. le.-te STEAL,DINER CHEVY '66. custom 'by the Jacki.rr,- Coun et any bid and any bid proposal.
Chevy '97 Corvette,, .,349-24 Harley David-,on '87 newtti.-. poWer., STYLE V?. PS. Fb. sbi. auto, 5,:icool Bc.arl, Ma- .combination of.alter- DATED: February 3
red, with removable Mitsubishi '02 Lancer FXR Superlide, Cu- very nice. 18.95 CONCESSION. runs .& o.,okg r p '. riarn, Hornda uIt;i nar.I s or separate bid NOTE: There will be a 2010 '
glasstop, extraclean LS, 4cyl, sudan,, tom oa.nt.olstsof While 850-579;464 TAILER [ t..o-, .,meork.' '2:00. p.cr.. TuE.:,.. pr,,:es that, in their Pre-Bid Conference
110K mies.$12,650. $4,000.334-984-2044 chrome,96 0 850 INCLUDES S. .&50.-_ 4-735 5404 Mairch, 9. 2,10 in tIh. uJ.menl, will be to and attendance will DALE RABON GU-
334-798-1828- Nissan'05 Altima, 2.5 260' GRI.DLE, "OI & Adminitrratic,n BuilrJ the best interest of be mandatory for all THRIE
CHRYSLER '08 300 S, 5 speed, 32k mi. Harley DavidsonC'96 COLD TRAiYS,I CHEVY '8 u "1- Conferc.r.'- l ,ckson County General Contractors Clerk of the Circuit
Signature Series, va- like new,REDUCED Fathbo. red & white, BOIMNG TRAYS, R'i, ybl-l rip Room, at alirci pTm ,,:hool Board. (Roofing Contrac- Court
s'va. like w,.714TIPLESINK' $558 andpis:eibi.retors0whoplan9to
nila, navigation like $11,900 850-482-2994 13K miles, great TIPLESINK and pi,:e all bi ,s re i tors) who plan to
new, asking pay-off NISSAN '07 Maxim a shape. 0.i $9.00 OBO ce-ie will bE public JACKSON COUNTY submit a bid for this By: Beverly Hatcher
$16,700.4-70-4 4 4 -K h o. .lCh-yd r,,up lul.at ly Isop e an.d rread SCHOOL BOARD project, see Section Deputy Clerk
$16,700.,334-470-8454 40Kcharcoal gre 3 Ch8y'5 -' 0050.35244 aloud f lurr n BY:/s/LeeW.,Miller, B, "Instructions to
S17.500. clr 0B O silver, lerner heat illis 6000, eld a ll labor and u.i1lr- Superintendent Bidders", Paragraph Garvin B. Bowden,
a"s. or"ih. l,.,,Iru. Iackson County B-lU. Es6,
334-726-5251 ;seals, .int p '.ir at cd ready, shel r impt. -for ,he ,- rrl,-CEsq
wmp3.1 I7' H piish. $ ,334-.14; 4.I Ilon, Gardner, Bist, Wie-
Nissan 'OS Alma um K r ,. Marianna, Florida The Owner reserves ner, Wadsworth
UNDEP WARRANT f. 1,r- .,00 "T lI-K," 044 4.-....-. NEW AGRICULTURAL the right to waive Bowden P.A.
ULiE Nt-W: A200 dor '.' -, 1 i,' Mi ..,uy f -,,.. .. BUILDING SNEADS 1 F14863 informalities in any 1300 Thomaswood
Corvette '81 4269 per mre r ll C.n --- -- HIGH SCHOOL. bid, and to reject any Drive
Ellis Q?4-714-0u28, Harley Sporn tr 06' Chevy Tr ibltu l r ,I ',', ,.,U :-'7, 1""5 SNEADS, FLORIDA INVITATION TO BID or all bids, or to Tallahassee, Florida
Automatic350 OrangE 20R, anC .1. L 1 ...i FOR THEJACKSON accept any bid and 32308
(Silver) sell as is Nissan '08 Sentra,. & Hir,t .: Short sho REt. Re ar E,.: C:n. i i 1500 COUNTY SCHOOL Bds will be received any combination of
$6000. OBO 4DR.,like new!$200 braEid llnes3. -.9i)0 51--..,:0ss. s3--17-u-.;' lt-91-5 I Ma o- .ii- BOARD MARIANNA. r.,. the Jackson Coun- alternates or sepa-
334-774-1915 cow4n m $22s 009/ mCl 7.995.7- Ford '06 Expedition .. -. ',iu,- l FLORIDA t. School Board, MB rate bid prices that, *
:472e .,1.in ,, na, Florida, until in their judgement ,
Fisher '07 1710 60 hp P tac08 G6GT H1 9;_. Fi,:.y. Pew. Bl.:v +. r Ar 'A r A l w,, -,, Il I b 2:00 p.m. Central will be to the best in-
Mercury 4 str, fully MUST SELL'$200 tr BIaci. loer.-d. 3r-'. _,] I..h L -r *i 22',. ,-I r.n, .c,,. -- L Time, Thursday, terest of Jackson g
loaded, garage kept. 9 er month Ip .I I 1 n :p,:,. ns March 11, 2010 in the County School Board. 09 Find '
Less than 5hrs. Warr. CdwalnsRon t Ellis Muswee -il' ObO i- ilr-t ;, I ., iii... tPire.- .inistration Build- -
until 2013. $9,875 C34'R4Ei Cdale 85u 3523 44342 GMC 0 '' nF,-','a'..-i,,n, and ,,,'i Conference JACKSON COUNTY
OBO. 334-714-1543 3342714-0028 t 'ga c- [ 5? ''' I'. ..... -- i-. 1 ';A.:ite.i. Artuhi. .,-m, at which time SCHOOL BOARD
Ford '04 Crown Victo- PONTIAC 1965-e OB : ,,,J0 [ j. t I ,ut ir,, h ,.,- ,:l. 2 -'. ', i d,1',n.r ,in.:. place all bids re- BY:/s/Lee W Miller, (e W i
riaLX, loaded, 55K Tempest4 door asor IT.-.m -- L ,r ,,-. ied will be public- Superintendent
mils, ^ drives like a with 324engine, r s.........i.-.d... ,,, *r .7--l .. Pai,, opened and read Jackson County
dream. $8700 321- Runs great! Good -,-.Hummer .-' ..4ti _,.ru ,,,Ir. are on il E r ,: --pe, :,i.,,Jd for furnishing School Board LF14852
231-6363. condition. $3000., n,;hI-,,-,l,, I.,J ipe rc: .n in th allu labor and materi- Mariarna
Fd5Mtg- 334-673-7543- --laT-r :--Ia. i'-- ttr- I .,tr ,. rchi lz for the constric- Notice
Ford 05'Mustang V-6 Honda or Pfeile, ra,tI..,, blueei-.i -...r I. 978 i, i i .. ti. 2911r, al. or.i i' ... l of: Our Newspaper
auto, 59K mi. $9,900. Saturn '03 Ion, new Scooter maroon, $22,495 OBO.798-9695 .... j r .larianna, This is to advise that
334-798-2747 motor 16K, 4dr, silver 4-stroke, 249cc, 70 Jeep '04 Wrangler, - Florid Pis are al- REROOFING PROJECT is proud to be in taHinzey Fason Men-
SFord05' Mustang V-6 $4,500. 334-677-0781 mpg/mph $2100. tr ated, less than Che ,.. F I the fol- AGRICULTURAL partnership with s,
aut, 59K mi. $9,900. Toyota '05 Matrix 205-310-5662 27Kmiles, hard'& t.,-, ti- r. ,. [r -,,.l,', t c, lar rooms: BUILDING, MALONE a partnership with ates, Inc." (corp. doc.
334-7a29i277 GREAT GAS MiLEAGE.tri:i, I t. -. c- I',,,,,, ,, '' -.e Plan .SCHOOL and BUILD- Reg. #P04000170148)
334-9 47 GRAT GAMILEAGE. : -. -o oms, Tallahassee, INGS 400&500RIV- Yahoo! Hot will be dissolved as aJob
FuLL\ LOADED, LOW '- -- .nd Pensacola, Flori- ERSIDE ELEMENTARY corporation in 2010.
PAYMENT! S500 .Bi4 w.1. - ... ;..1_--?-'.:' Foid '02 rFI51 XLI d]. SCHOOL FOR THE "Linzey Faison Men-
down $250 per month Nissan .1,,ui -i, ChryvIlr '"' ,-,-. r -41,., 4iF :.r.n JACKSON COUNTY List Your tal Health Associ-
Call 134-791-6243 ASk ,, i i ..l l. I.. I :.-,- 'i 11 '... ill.1' Drawings and speci- SCHOOL BOARD ates, Inc." will not be
for Steve Hiat.:r,,r ,,,Ii, 1p In.iarn.. ri--i : i i,- i it. .... ..i i. fications may be ob- MARIANNA, FLORIDA Recruitment Ad responsible for treat-
i C '_. rn ,n ., N0 .- .., : fL .. tainted from the of- ment or care of pa-
AMimp:,:060 u ` L-,' '... i. r" '49J ] rf;i.,:e of thc Arch-t--fi tll Vrl! hill be Today!" tients afterMarch 19.
Ford '65 T-Birs 1 auto. 6O *.' 1 I 2.:l21.. Post o rit.: B o :rne lC .lrdno to 2010
390 4bt ,l. slde l teer-
ing, 69K mle. 48.(95 Honda 0.
obo. 334-671-2 .V0s1 S O T ,- ., II'3 S - c iu
334-797'.5051t ul Cand.- Bla,-1 ',ahr
rv. K i ) ern b .), -In ac. | ,, .
Ford '93 Taurus, runs TOYOTA '08 .Nrn e 3D c ';, ,rIesr. 81 mie' _. 1
ood, needs AC, 10K MI. under war- a: :ng C$a.0 .
2200. 1-334-475-1723 ranty, great gas mile-
age, loaded,$12,500 Honda '0I6, C T 1300
L B 334-775-3028 JC ru,~-r L.i -E vl

10Mustang GT2 Honda 6 Rebeo S:-ld
dr,5-spd trans,blk gwhe i ,!.rnsh ie .
extblk int,2WD,850 .30adle Dfgu 2600 ,,..
miles $28,500 43000 OB, 334.886.
(334)479-8028 3i26. .. .I- I i10iI"
Honda '03 Accord EX, HONDA ")6 S, im."i-
black, leather, sun-e Car,-, Ap-,-l-.-- Sc PeJ.2 S ..
roof, very nice. Toyota '09 Camry iTi.e-. LIKE nEW."" .
$9,500. 334-726-1215 Commuter car. I5.C 37J 22 ,$ .
Honda '04 Accord EX 21,000 miles. Still un- i. 35.. .
/V6, loaded, $20) der warranty $16,900. Honda'07 Shadow ,IdHo',lwlang 3 1., 1,.:,,;ie,-prg -- lr "
Ron Ellis 714-0028. TOYOTA '10 silver 26.1434 ,.. .instrumnr ,-pr
Honda '05 Civic, Prius, brand new, w/ HONDA 'B8 v hr, For General
Great ags saver, $300 e, tended warranty:I4Tr'urr a5 llc.rgur ar Cat-llHo seb i nl ,h (, d.. ,
Steve Hatcher gps, solar/moon roofi-Sic n-muir ,.tu,,, r- Houseti /.Sn'! eaItlildeie lIr i ( Iini, (i ,m,,/GLI

3Honda '06 Civic, Gray tieut, diesel, 42K Kawaski 'is ul, Ce ..
4dr, a/c, sap, power iniles,4OMPG4mload--l ,- iiir\m5.m,4,rrIom ng
73500 mi., Good & as ed. $ I6, 00 334-897 n-il',,oJ, ,mI n T *I i_- G
mileage & condition. Ka ki n. b






cs ls nn 5S R 71,8-300 5171 Cam aro T 350V8 Kswasaki,' .!-I I~ i i - .-_ ..... ' '' i .....W W ......l41i11 5


..... --...-..- -- 4sp, factory ac, r r.1- rern rr i Anir,,g H u .a--r I- -,nriJM iPI i
Hyundai 96 Elantra storaton project, ri r HOMEORKS MARIANNA Repairs and GIFT CERTIFICATES
Fair Cond. Needs 80% complete. NADA .:.n. rnden. l,,WRKSN I
Trans. work with $12,000., needs home ". r ai-r. i'. .. imovemen FREE ESTIMATES AVAILABLE
DVDSter. syst.$850 asking $9,500. 334- m 9 I .. "i, t,111 lli i NOJOBS00SMA
OBO 334-475-6267 or 6935454 t META111 NO JOBS TOO SMALL Repairs & Additions
334-475.0084 h ROOWm, iNC, ',-- ,.b., L,-, Ui,,,,bi Remodeling
WienitLt a- i -. I .I 11 i, I . h I i Energy Effidency-
o 0,,,.6I.1.,.311681 /,,Rock- 1 /1 1 *,,lln 1 InsRrock
n-d'lZ ',....p r..a ..8..ji50-482-7377 u. s&D kS Call Randy
Beautiful project or ''850-209-9395
Silver Loaded $5'9 curI Turnpike Cruis- F dmaI8
West Main Car Sales er 4 door black T-_,-o r m _
LLC 1919 West Main Power back I ln|ur r Yo. r ..
[ J a .rCiassI.Ed has ,it'
St.334-699-5880 windshield.Gigantic B,.l...:J 9 .: ....:e. .par C "ar:,n. r.: r, C l d as ii
430cid engine, Push I' 05 C503.. *,L.L..
L OS L i ,'d llH p.,.'l,'.mr,'t O yi Pnter u POLE BARN
'i r In, 2de -ait,, ,,., He'r .Tecrhnology QUALIIY SERVICE
1. .1.. 1 Land Clearing. Inc. Pros QUAlY PRICEI KITS
-r i, -, 6, ..h ALTHA FL -e SPECIAL
JAGUAR 95,'. '" ", ,j h "9 80L" o y 'iC edli . LOW ERne
110K $12,495 GREAT weekends only pis. fC I .-.. i ell 850-812-5055 ENERGY BILL!
CLASSES. WEST MAIN !H I,, Wimaianna
CA SALESV L MIC N uolfCa, 'i WE OFFER COMPLETE t U q Wia H IH r Tm
334-699-5880. r.3f 'i" V,.j.' t rrwans, ae, I IITSTArlD SOD 0i i
JEEP '06 Wrangler, CLUB CAR 2008, Red Triumph u.., i M ia .'.. .. ,- ,, ,,,,,,,,.| 11I
s o ft to p 4 9 K m ile s 2 b ig tire s, lift k it, lo ts T ,|:,;: F. F, T p., ,rT I 1 ,L i .' il''l i .... i l: l | i
door, auto, 4 wheel of chrome! Garage 6, ,-. : ,r..t,,,A .. rrE, W ? ;I IE1.s B' [ lI
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