Title: Jackson County Floridan
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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 4, 2010
Copyright Date: 2010
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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City denies variance for sign


BY ASHLEY McKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The Marianna City Commission denied
a request for a variance from the city code
for Florida Land Title & Trust Company
Tuesday night. Without the variance, the
business is in violation of the city's stan-
dards for commercial signs.
The vote was split, with some commis-
sioners saying the land development code
was outdated and needed revision. Others
agreed the code was outdated but said
other sign variance requests have been
denied in the past. The variance was
denied by a 3-2 vote.
"I think this is an issue we need to look
at with common sense. The code obvious-
ly needs to be revisited and the sign is
tasteful," Commissioner John Roberts
said. "In fact, I remember seeing it and


thinking 'I wish the Roberts, Roberts &
Roberts sign looked as attractive as that.'"
Mayor Paul Donofro Jr. disagreed, say-
ing he found the sign to be unattractive,
and noticed immediately that it violated
city ordinance.
"I tend to say that less is more," Donofro
said.
. Commissioner Howard Milton Jr. made
it a point to mention that others have been
denied variances in the past, based on the
code.
"I move to deny this variance," Milton
said. "We need to follow our ordinance
because we have denied others based
strictly on our code in the past."
Marianna city codes andland develop-
ment codes allow for a maximum sign
length of 13 feet, or one-half foot for every
linear foot of store frontage.
According to a memo from the City of


Marianna, officials from Florida Land
Title & Trust Company Were approved for
the installation of a sign 15 inches tall and
12 feet long, flush mounted on their build-
ing. The sign's size that went up for a vote
Tuesday night was 21 feet, 6 inches long,
with the max allowance of 13 feet, based
on the store frontage length.
City officials recommended that the
commission deny this request, due to the
possibility of this approval leading to sim-
ilar requests from others in the future.
Van Kunde of Florida Land Title &
Trust Company was present at Tuesday's
meeting and spoke on behalf the company.
"It seems we have made about,a $1,400
mistake," Kunde said. "Although the sign
-meets'the height requirement, it is too
long. However, 'it is attractive; in fact, we
have received several compliments on it."
Kunde explained that although the plans


contracted with Southern Mobile Media
were in compliance with the city codes,
the installation of those plans sorhehow
was not. Kunde said the sign was installed
over a long weekend and officials had no
knowledge of the mistake until it was too
late.
Commissioner Roberts agreed and
moved to pass the variance. However, the
vote ended with the commission issuing a
denial.
"It's unfortunate, but you live and
learn," Kunde said. "Our next step is to get
that sign down to ordinance size, within
the relatively same design."
Another variance request on Tuesday's
agenda was one for Marianna Hills subdi-
vision. This request did pass, but not for
the initially requested five years. The com-
See VARIANCE, Page 4A >


City renames street.


for health dept.


BY ASHLEY McKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The Marianna City
Commission approved the
Jackson County Health
Department's request to rename
Sykes Boulevard to Healthy Way
Tuesday.
With the construction of the'
new health facility located on
Sykes Boulevard getting under
way by mid-March, officials at
the health department thought
renaming the street would be
appropriate.
A contest among health depart-
ment personnel was organized for
the renaming, of the road. A
group .of employees submitted
entries, and then eliminated the
proposals down to two. Those
were then submitted to the city,
with the final proposal of Healthy
Way up for 'commissioners
approval.
The Jackson County E911
department approved the name
prior to presenting it to the city
commission.
"I'm really happy with the new
name, mostly because it was cho-
sen from employees entries and
reflects their wishes," Health
Department Administrator
William Long said Wednesday.
In other news from the city
meeting, the commission
approved the purchase of two
new service vehicles for the
Public Works Department, and
made changes to the city's ceme-
tery regulations.
The purchase of two half-ton,
4-by-2 pickup trucks to be uti-
lized in the gas and street divi-
sions of the Public Works
Department will be purchased for
$15,166.65 per vehicle.
The city sent out a bid to five


Jackson County Health
Department. Director William
Long spoke on the new health
faciFity which broke ground last
week. The- city approved the
renaming of the street the facili-
ty is located on Tuesday, from
Sykes Boulevard to Healthy
Way. Floridan file photo
car dealerships, with only four
responding.
City officials recommended the
commissioners approve the bid
from the local dealership,
Chipola Ford, despite the fact
there was a lower bidder. City
Manager Jim Dean stated that
although Chipola isn't the lowest
bid, their quote is within 3* per-,
cent of the lowest bid.
Bondy's Ford of Dothan was
the lowest bid, at $14,986.65 per
vehicle. ,
See HEALTH, Page 4A >


ARNPs push for drug law

BY ASHLEY McKEEN -_
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER


A coalition of local advanced
registered nurse practitioners, or
ARNPs,. are gearing up for a
"Rally in Tally" set for March
24, with plans to lobby for
Florida's ARNPs' right to pre-
scribe controlled substances.
Any prescription drug as
defined in the five categories of
the federal Controlled
Substances Act of 1970 are con-
sidered controlled substances.
Florida's ARNPs have been
seeking authority to prescribe
controlled substances for more
than 15 years.
Florida and Alabama are the
only two states in the country
which have not granted this
authority to their state's nurse
practitioners.
Arlenea Falcon, an ARNP in
Blountstown, spoke on this issue
last week at a meeting with dis-
trict legislators.
Rep. Marti Coley,R-Marianna,
Rep. Brad Drake, R-
Eucheeanna, as well as Sen. Al
Lawson,D-Tallahassee, were
present at the Feb. 22 meeting.
"It is estimated that every day
hundreds of uninsured and
Medicaid or Medicare, patients
must go to emergency rooms to
get medications for cancer pain,
anxiety, cough or diarrhea med-
ication or even pain medication,"
Falcon said.
"And why. is this? Because
these patients are cared for by
ARNPs who are prohibited by
an outdated law to prescribe
these medications.
"There are 48 otherstates that
have granted permission to their
ARNPs to prescribe these more
effective medications, and have
seen successes within their
health care systems. But Florida
has been avoiding the issue for


Rep. Marti. Coley, R-Marianna, speaks at last month's meeting
regarding the prescription drug laws issue. Coley and other area
lawmakers are being asked to allow nurse practitioners to pre-
scribe certain types of medication. Floridan file photo


15 years," Falcon said.
Currently, Senate Bill 188 and
House Bill 677, Which would
allow ARNPs to prescribe, are
not as of yet scheduled for a
hearing before the health care
committees in this legislative
session.
Falcon said along with her
local efforts, a coalition of
ARNPs are now working to edu-
cate the public and local legisla-
tors on the issue.
Falcon has made public
appearances and spoken with
colleagues on the urgency of this
issue being discussed ift this
year's legislative session.
"I don't want to see this bill be
tabled again this year, which is
why I will be in Tallahassee this
month,'" Falcon said.
Falcon also participated in the
Feb. 17 rally in Tallahassee for


the Hospital Patient Protection
Act. ,
That bill would set minimum
hospital staffing ratios and give
nurses whistleblower protection.
It would set nurse-to-patient
ratios for various types of hospi-
tal care, which nurses are saying
is needed.
"Both pieces of legislation are
important to not just nurse prac-
titioners, but to state residents as
well," Falcon said.. "Especially
to those in our. area, with us
being rural and having less
access to care."
Falcon says she hopes to see
more supporters at the March
rally, than were at last month's.
"Me and one other nurse from
the Panhandle were present last
month, with other nurses being
bussed from all over the state,"
Falcon said. "And that's sad."


Merrick and Company aircraft will complete LiDAR data across the Panhandle.. Underneath the plane
are laser lights and cameras that collect images. On board are several computers that process ground
elevation data points. Courtesy John Crowe /NWFWMD.


Mapping project nearly complete


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Thanks to the latest in landscape mapping tech-
nologies, water management officials will soon
know all about the lay of the land in Florida's
Panhandle.
Data from LiDAR, or Light Detectiofi and
Ranging, has already been collected and analyzed
for Jackson and most other Panhandle counties.
The LiDAR data reveal that elevations run from
sea level to 330 feet above seal level in some por-
tions of Jackson County.
Liberty County and a small portion of Calhoun
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data-from those areas.
John Crowe, an associate hydrologist with the
Northwest Florida Water Management District,
explained how the process works.
"Planes fly over and shoot laser pulses down,
which reflect back to the plane," he said. "It paints
the ground with pulses, essentially. The speed with
which the image returns, calculated along with the
distance from the plane, gives analysts the lay of the
land."
The crew takes the data and filters out the trees,
vegetation and buildings to get basically a bare-
ground look at the landscape. Knowing these things
See MAPPING, Page 4A >


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An elderly couple was sent to the hospital to be checked out after
their car was rear-ended by another vehicle on a four-lane section
of U.S. Highway 90 in Marianna late Wednesday afternoon. The
two were eastbound and were attempting to merge from the right
lane into the left as they approached a work zone, when the driv-
er of the car behind them struck their vehicle. The other driver was
"distracted by something in her vehicle" about the time the driver
ahead applied the brakes, according to J.D. Johnson, the trooper
at the scene. The couple, because of their age, went to the hospital
but did not initially appear to be injured. The other driver did not
require transport. Deborah Buckhalter / Floridan


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Telephone: (850) 526-3614
FAX: (850) 482-4478
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Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32446
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Getting it
Right

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


March .4 Thursday
.:The Jackson County Extension Office
hosts a Peanut Production Short Course at
the Jackson County Extensibron 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 CEW. 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 p.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 Mehacof
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 cutting
ceremony 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.

March 6 Saturday
Marianna Probation and Parole and Phi
Theta Kappa Honor Society, Chipola
Chapter sponsor a benefit Fun Run at
Citizens Lodge. One-mile, walk/run at 8
a.m.; 5k race at 8:45 a.m. Registration
begins at 7 a.m. 5K fee is $20 before March
3, $25 day of race (includes free t-shirt).
One-mile walk/run fee is $10 (no free t-
shirt). All net proceeds will benefit Special
Olympics. Call 482-9524.
The Marianna Woman's Club White
Elephant and Yard Sale is from 7 a.m. to 2
p.m. Proceeds will be used for building
repairs. Donations accepted. Call 526-4875,
569-5881. ,
The Alford Community Health Clinic
(ACHC) is open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today.,
ACHC is a free clinic for patients without
medical insurance and who meet federal
income guidelines.,Short-term illnesses and
chronic conditions treated. Appointments
available; walk-ins welcome.,Call 263-7106,
209-5501. Clinic is at 1770 Carolina St., two
blocks east of US 'Highway 231, Alford.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Saturdays, 4:30-5:30 p.m. at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna, in the AA room. -
The 2010 Little Miss, Junior Miss, and
Miss Marianna Pageant is at 6 p.m. in the
Marianna High School auditorium.

March 7 Sunday
The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at the New Life
Family Church, 8 a.m.-1:30 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.
Blue Springs Society, C.A.R., meets at


1:30 p.m. in the Caverns Road Church of
Christ. State conference, delegates will
report; drawing contest winner will be
announced. E-mail snoopyxii60@hot-
mail.com or call 209-4066.

March 8 Monday
The Jackson County Deniocratic. Party
convenes. a public meeting, 6 p.m. in the
Jackson County Board of Commissioners
offices: Call 482-5943 or 482-4220.
The Cottpndale City Commission con-
venes its monthly meeting'at 6 p.m., in the
Commission room.
The Sneads High School Project
Graduation Committee meets at 6:30 p.m.
in the SHS 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 9 Tuesday
The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at Rahal
Chevrolet, 8-11 a.m.; and Jackson Cl, 12-4
p.m., or donate at the center, 2503
Commercial Park Drive, Marianna, Monday-
Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 526-4403.
St. Ann'e Thrift Shop, 3009 Fifth St. in
Marianna, is having a $2 Bag Sale (clothing
only), March 9, 11, 16 and 18, Tuesday and
Thursday,,9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call 482-3734.
The Republican Club of Northwest
Florida meets every second Tuesday of the
month, at noon, at Jim's Buffet and Grill in
Marianna. Today: Ben Odom moderates a
debate between Eddie Hendry and Steve
Southerland, candidates for the
Congressional District 2 Republican nomi-
nation, 12-1 p.m. Call 352-4984, 718-
5411.
The Optimist Club of Jackson County
board meets every second Tuesday, at noon
in the First Capital Bank, Marianna.
Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes Tuesdays, 1
p.m. at the Jackson County Senior Citizens
center, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call
482-5028.
Jackson County Quilters Guild Sit-n-
Sew is every Tuesday evening, 6-8 p.m. in
the First United Methodist Church Youth
Hall, Clinton Street; behind the Marianna
Post Office. Call 272-7068.
The Dykes Cemetery Association. meets
at 7 p.m. in the El Bethel Church.
*-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 fol-
lowing incidents for
March 2, the latest avail-
able report:
one acci- --v. '---_
dent, one ""--% .
abandoned .--.
vehicle, one iRCRIME
suspicious '
person, one report of
mental illness, three ver-
bal disturbances, two bur-
glar alarms, six traffic
stops, one larceny com-
plaint, one civil dispute,
one obscene/threatening
phone call, one noise dis-
turbance, five assists of
other agencies, four pub-


lic service calls and one
threat/harassment com-
plaint.
JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and coun-
ty Fire Rescue listed the
following incidents March
2, the latest available
report: one accident, one
hospice death, one miss-
ing adult, one stolen tag,
one stolen vehicle, four
abandoned vehicles, one
suspicious vehicle, one
suspicious person, one
hitchhiker/pedestrian
complaint, one drug
offense, five traffic stops,
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one larceny complaint,
one criminal. mischief
complaint, two civil dis-
putes, four trespass com-
plaints, one juvenile com-
plaint, one suicide
attempt, two animal com-
plaints, one fraud com-
plaint, one assist of anoth-
er agency, five public
service calls, six trans-
ports and one
threat/harassment com-
plaint. ,
JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-


est reporting periods:
Carlos Shank, 48,
503D Johnson St.,
Valparaiso, sentenced to
four months.
Gustavo Bautista, 38,
3305 NW 14th Ave.,
Pompano Beach, sen-
tenced to four months.
Quinton Granberry,
45, 2025 Rogers St.,
Clearwater, non-payment
of child support.
Sean Lawrence, 49,
2601 Freeman Road,
Alford, violation of state
probation, hold for
Calhoun County.
Charity Castleberry,
35, 202 Merion St.,
Eufaula, Ala., uttering


forged instrument, incar-
ceration under Hal
Marchman Act.
Clarence Bryant, 22,
5845 Blocker Road,
Marianna, failure to appear
(driving while license sus-
pended/ revoked, obstruc-
tion by disguise).
Jonathan Blount, 25,
4891 Damascus Church
Road, Graceville, viola-
tion of state probation-
petit theft.
JAIL POPULATION: 219
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000. To report a wildlife
violation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC'(3922).


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Miss Marianna to be crowned Saturday


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Katie Gwin


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Madison Zimmerman Courtney Larkin. Christina Wynn


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Riley Cleveland Madison Zimmerman Marianna pageant
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Katie Gin Miss Marianna 6. at 6 p.m. in the
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Kinsey Smith Christina W nnSchool
Ashlyn Wierman Sierra Cutchin auditorium.
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Chipola auto programs

John Gardner answers questions from Jackson
Count Adult Education students. Gardner
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"It's always good to try
W and keep these purchases
local and keep the money in
the community," Mayor
Paul Donofro Jr. said. "And
with Chipola Ford within 3
percent of Bondy's, it's the
best selection."
City commissioners also
o approved an update to the
city's cemetery regulations.
Dean told commissioners
that the current language is
outdated and is causing
oviders problems for the city in
terms of the collection of
certain fees.
According to Dean, city
staff are facing problems
due to several property
S- _ issues, associated with own-
ers not, recording their


'deeds with the clerk's office
when the purchase of a lot
is completed.
The record costs about
$18, and if the owner does-
n't record this with the
clerk's office, the- cost is
bome by the city.
With the new language in
the city's cemetery regula-
tions, a fee schedule will be
attached to each purchase of
a cemetery lot. The fees will
now include the cost of fil-
ing the deed with the clerk's
office, to eliminate that cost
being charged to the city.
"The biggest change to
the regulations is the inclu-
sion of the recording fee,"
Dean said. "Because those
costs can really add up."


Variance Continued From Page 1A


mission backed the recommendation of
city officials, for one year.
City code requires all infrastructure
improvements be submitted for approval
within two months, of approval of the pre-
liminary plat.
Marianna Hills was approved for a 130-
unit subdivision, and was given two vari-
ances in 2007. One of the variances pro-
vided a pne-year extension to file the sub-
division plat. The applicant did not pick up
* the approval and pay fees until January
2009.
Two years later, officials of Marianna
Hills Subdivision are asking for a third


variance of five years, to install infrastruc-
ture and file the final plat.
According to a city memo, officials of
Marianna Hills are making this request due
to the current real estate market and poor
economy. Commissioners granted a one
year variance.
"As many changes take place over the
course of a year, I feel five years is too
much to grant," Donofro said.
Roberts disagreed, asking "What would
it hurt us to grant them the five years?"
All other commissioners were in agree-
ment .with the one year variance, which
then,passed unanimously.


Williams Funeral Home
of Graceville
5283 Brown St.
Graceville, FL 32440
263-5116

Hinton Lee
Barefoot

Hinton Lee Barefoot, 90,
of Graceville, passed away
on March 3, 2010, at his
residence.
He was born on June 10,
1919, in Noma. Mr. Bare-
foot moved to Graceville in
1973. Mr. Barefoot retired
from West Florida Electric
after 31 years of service. He
was part-owner of the fam-
ily grocery business in
Noma. Mr. Barefoot was al-
so one of the initial sup-
p'orters of and contributors
to the Campbellton-
Graceville Hospital.
Mr. Barefoot is survived
by one son, Lamar Barefoot
of Graceville.
Visitation will be from 9
to 10 a.m. on Friday, March
5, at the Williams Funeral
Home Chapel. The funeral
service will follow at 10
a.m. on Friday, March 5,
with the Rev. Timothy A.
Folds Sr. and Dr. Jerry
Windsor officiating. Burial
will follow at the Marvin
Chapel Cemetery in
Graceville. The family will
accept flowers.
Williams Funeral Home
of Graceville is in charge of
arrangements.


James & Lipford tor. He moved with his
Funeral Home family to Jackson County at
5390 Cotton St. the end of the war, attend-
Graceville, FL 32440 ed Chipola Junior College,
263-3238 and subsequently was em-
ployed by Gulf Power Elec-
Euel B tric Company for 30 years.
E l eY After retirement, he re-
mained active building a
Euel Baxley, 83, of new home, planting and
Graceville passed away tending his muscadine
Wednesday, March 3, 2010, vineyard, working in his
at the Campbellton- church and supporting the
Graceville Hospital. FSU Seminoles.
Funeral arrangements Calvin is survived by his
are incomplete and will be three children, Pat
announced by James & Beauchamp and Lyle
Lipford Funeral Home in Bright of Sneads, and Glo-
Graceville. ria Smith Garrett of
Lanier-Andler Dothan, Ala.; two sisters,
Funeral Home Edith Olsen of Leaven-
Sneads, FL worth, Kan., and Irene
593-900 Wirts of California, Mo.;
9 one brother, Ray Bright of
Los Angeles; six grandchil-
.a..n yle adren; 14 great-
Bright Sr. grandchildren; and one
SS great-graridchild.
S* 7. He was preceded in
death by his wife, Dorothy
-Pope Bright; four sisters;
-"0 and three brothers.
Mr. Calvin Lyle Bright The funeral service will
r., 86, a nativin Lyle of Lamarbe Friday, March 5, 11 a.m.
Sr., 86, a native of Lamar, CST at the First B twist
Mo. who had resided in CSThurch attain Sne adrst apist
Jackson County since 1946, Church m Sneads, with the
Jackson County since 1946, Rev. Robert Johns officiat-
passed away Wednesday, ."Int nt will follow
March 3, 2010, at Jackson Interment will follow
Hospital. at. Pope Cemetery in
Hospital.vin was an active Sneads, with American,Le-
Calvin was an active on Post 241 of Sneads
member of the First Baptist gon Post 241 of Sneads
Church in Sneads, where performing military honors
he served many years as a in conclusion, as a fitting
deacon. He was a member tribute for Calvin's service
and former commander of to his flag and country.
Lanier-Andler Funeral
American Legion Post 241 Lanier-Andler Funeral
of Sneads. He had served in Home of Sneads is in
World War II in the Navy as charge of arrangements.
an airborne radar instruc-


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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 Kersey and Buck
Kersey; and brothers, Al-
.ton Kersey and Paul Ker-
sey.
Services were private.


James & Lipford
Funeral Home
5390 Cotton St.
Graceville, FL 32440
263-3238

Ruth Toole

Ruth Toole, 74, went to
be with the Lord on Wed-
nesday, March 3, 2010,
from the Campbellton-
Graceville Hospital.
Funeral services will be
at 2 p.m. Saturday, March
6,, at the First Baptist
Church of Campbellton,
with the Revs. 'Luther
Pumphrey, Addis Habbard
and Jackie Register officiat-
ing. Burial will follow in
church cemetery with
James & Lipford Funeral
Home in Graceville direct-
ing.
The family will receive
friends at the church Satur-
day, 12:30 p.m. until time
of service.
In lieu of flowers, the fam-
ily requests that memorials
be made to the First Baptist
Church of Campbellton
P.O. Box 232, Campbellton,
FL 32426.
Ms. Ruth was born in
Lynn Haven on Feb. 6,
1936, to the late Curtis and
Mary Marshall Cox. A be-
loved mother, grandmoth-
er, sister, aunt and friend,
she was a member of the
First Baptist Church of
Campbellton.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Cleatus Toole; son, Gary
Monroe Toole; apd grand-
son, Nicholas Thweatt.'


She is survived by one
son, Richard Toole and
wife Patricia, of Panama
City; three daughters,
Charlotte Zorn and hus-
band Scott, of Springfield,
Ill., Sandra Crawford and
husband Art, of Panama
City, and Cheryl Lunstrum
and husband Tom, of Co-
coa Beach; three brothers,
Johnny and Janice Cox of
Panama City, Jack and Ste-
phanie Cox of Chipley, and
James and Maudry Cox of
West Bay; grandchildren
Chris, Sharon, Timothy, Ja-
son, Starla, Stephen, Ste-
phanie, Kyle and Kurt; and
one great-grandson, Andy.
The family would like to
say a very special thank
you to Dr. Steve Davis, and
the nurses and staff of
Campbellton-Graceville'
Hospital for the wonderful
love and care .they gave to
their mother and grand-
mother.


James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
482-2332

Donald A.
Wilson

Donald A. Wilson, 74, of
Alford passed away Tues-
day, March 2, 2010, at his
residence.
Arrangements will be an-
nounced later by James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel.


Mapping


Continued From Page 1A


allows water district employees to lay
out area-specific computer models
that can help them predict flood and
discharge levels, water flow during
heavy rains, and gather other infor-
mation.
The information is available to the
general public, as Well. For the water
management district, the LiDAR data
has a number of uses.
"Accurate topographic and eleva-
tion data.are the starting points for
nearly all water resource projects,"
said District Executive Director
Douglas Barr in a press release about
the project. "Completing northwest
Florida's elevation detail will
improve floodplain mapping, flood


control planning and help protect
lives and property."
Ron Bartel, director of the district's
Resource Management Division, said
in the press release that the project
was pursued because "we recognized
that it would serve many water
resource purposes, and have used it
.daily for too many purposes to count.
Completing full coverage across the
district will be quite an achievement."
Bartel said the data will be useful
for flood hazard mapping, wetland,
mitigation projects, stormwater plan-
ning, developing hydrologic- and
hydraulic models, designing
stormwater facilities, assessing
watersheds and water supplies and


other environmental planning. and
analysis projects.
The mapping is expected to be
'complete in a few weeks and was
funded through a $225,000 grant
from the U.S. Geological Survey.
Crowe said the Liberty-Calhoun
mapping target area "includes a large
portion of national forest and a more
populated area in the lower Telogia
Creek watershed. We had already
obtained detailed elevation data for
the Bristol area and thin strips along
the Appalachicola and Ochlockonee
rivers, but a 590-square-mile section
was blank on the northwest Florida
elevation map."


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Indians batter Grand Rapids


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR

The Chipola Indians got back
on the winning side Tuesday
night at Chipola Field, beating
Grand Rapids 15-5 to break a
two-game losing skid.
Chipola overcame a sloppy
start that included four first-
inning errors to give Grand
Rapids a 2-0 lead.
Another Indians error in the
second inning aided Grand
Rapids in taking a 3-0 advantage.
But Chipola bounced back
with a two-run rally in the second
inning, sparked by an RBI double
by Eric Sauls.
Sauls led Chipola offensively,
going 5-for-5 with two RBI and
three runs.
Jonathan Gilbert. was 3-for-4
with three RBI. Joey Rapp also
collected three hits, and Michael
Revell was 2-for-3 with two RBI
and three runs.
Tyler Wilson was 2-for-4 with
two RBI.
The Indians blew the game
open with six runs in the fourth
inning, then ended the game with
four runs in the seventh.
Jake Eliopoulos started on the
mound for Chipola, but Brian
Ellington picked up the win,
going three innings and striking
out four.
Duncan Midkiff pitched two
scoreless innings to close the
game and secure the victory for
the Indians. /
"Any win we can get is big for


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Chipola's Cody Martin slides into third base during a game earlier this season. The Indians defeated Grand Rapids 15-5 on Tuesday at
Chipola Field. Floridan File Photo


us right now," Chipola coach Jeff
Johnson said. "We didn't play
very well early, and we made "a
bunch of errors in the first two
innings. It was pretty embarrass-
ing.
"Thank goodness we came
back and showed some life, and
started swinging the bats toward


the end. A win's a win, and I'm
proud to get one. We needed one
for our confidence."
Chipola entered the game hav-
,ing lost seven of the previous
nine games, the last two coming
to St. Petersburg 10-4 on Friday,
and 3-2 to Kankakee on Sunday.
Chipola next plays host to


Gordon this weekend, playing
Friday at 5 p.m., before a
Saturday doubleheader starting at
12 p.m.
Just two days after that, the
Indians begin Panhandle
Conference play with a three-
game series against the Pensacola
Pirates.


The first game of the series
will be in Pensacola on Monday,
* with the second on Wednesday at
5 p.m. at Chipola Field, and the
third at PJC on Friday.
Johnson said in recent games,
his team has not appeared to be
See INDIANS, Page 6A >


Watson leads South Walton past CHS Jackets beat
I 1 4,. 0 A


BY DUSTIN KENT
/ FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR

The. South Walton Lady Seahawks
used a six-run third inning to take a 9-
1 victory over the Cottondale Lady
Hornets on Wednesday in Cottondale.
With the win, the Lady Seahawks
improved to 5-1 overall and 3-0 in dis-
trict play. Cottondale remains winless
on the season, falling to 0-7 overall
and 0-6 in district.
Shelby Watson continued her early-
season dominance in the circle for
South Walton, limiting the Lady
Hornets to just a run and five hits in
seven innings.
The senior Watson was coming off
of back-to-back shutouts over Sneads
and Vernon.
Watson has surrendered just eight
hits in her last 19 innings of work.
"She's just a phenomenal pitcher,"
Cottondale coach Chris Stevenson
said after the game. "She's the real
deal, no doubt about it. She's got a rise
ball and a curve ball that are both just
exceptional."
Cottondale scored a run in the sec-
ond inning on hits by Presley Goucher
and Mary Auger, and got a pair of
stolen bases by Valerie D'Ambrosio to
make it 1-1. But South Walton broke
the game open in the third with six
runs to take a 7-1 fead.
"They're a good ball club,"
Stevenson said of South Walton.
"They've beaten Sneads and some
really quality clubs in district. They're


"She's just a phenomenal
'pitcher. She's the real deal,
no doubt about it. She's
got a rise ball and a curve
ball that are both just
exceptional."
-Chris Stevenson,
Cottondale coach

definitely one of the ones to beat."
Kelsie Obert started in the circle for
Cottondale and went the distance,
striking, out six.
"She did a good job and had pretty
good control of her pitches,"
Stevenson said of Obert. "It's just one
of those games that you feel like if
you play them again, you might have
some more success."
Auger finished 2-for-3 at the plate
for the Hornets, with Haley Boggs
also adding a hit for Cottondale.
The Lady Hornets next play host to
Bay on Friday at 6 p.m.
The Lady Tornadoes have only won
one game, but Stevenson said he
expects a very difficult game.
"They're a 3A team, and I guarantee
you they're better than their record
indicates," the coach said. "They play
Marianna, Arnold, and all those folks.
Hopefully, we cart steal a win against
one of these teams."


Cottondale's Presley Goucher catches a fly ball during
a game earlier this season. The Lady Hornets were
defeated by South Walton 9-1 on Wednesday in
Cottondale. Floridan File Photo


Eagles survive scare, beat Indian River 77-75


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR

The No. 17 Tallahassee
Eagles nearly saw their dreams
of a state title go up in smoke
Wednesday night in Marianna.
But the Panhandle
Conference runners-up got a big
lift from a hobbled Juevol Miles
to finish the game strong, and
secure a place in Friday's semi-
final round.
The Eagles' freshman point
guard turned his ankle early in
the second half and spent much
of the game's final 20 minutes
being treated by the TCC med-
ical staff
When Miles re-entered the
game, he found his team trailing
64-61 with 5:23 remaining.
The 6-foot, 1-inch point guard
proceeded to score 13 of his 17
points in the final five minutes,
to spark his team to victory.
Miles put the Eagles ahead
for good on a 3-pointer with
4:48 to play.
He then penetrated the Indian
River defense on the next play
and found Bernard James for a
two-handed dunk and a 67-64
lead.
A jumper and a pair of free
throws by Miles put TCC up 71-
66 with 3:21 on the clock.
Miles made 5-of-6 free
throws in the final 1:21 of the


game to help secure the win.
He also finished with seven
assists, with James leading the
scoring with 25 points.
The Tallahassee big man
added to a monster offensive
performance with 13 rebounds
and four blocked shots.
His block on Indian River's
Cody Hughes with 14 seconds
left ended The River's hopes of
a rally.
Hughes led The River with 16
points, with Aundra Williams
adding 15, Antonio Hester and
Calvin Liptrot 13, and D'Andre
Brown 10.
TCC also got a big scoring
performance from sophomore
Marvell Waithe, who totaled 20
points on 8-of-16 shooting, and
grabbed nine rebounds.
It was a game of runs early
on, as the Eagles used a 10-2
spurt to establish a 37-24 lead
late in the first half.
However, The River
answered with a 13-0 run to
close the half and tie the game.
TCC threatened to pull away
early in the second half, but the
Eagles could never extend their
lead past five points.
The River finally got the lead
on a 3-point play by Josh
Arnold with 5:23 to play.
TCC will next play the St.
Petersburg Titans on Friday at 1
p.m.. Northwest Florida State


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Tallahassee's Carlyle Francis (11) attempts a reverse layup while
being defended by Indian River's D'Andre Brown during a state
tournament game Wednesday afternoon in Marianna. TCC won
the game 77-75 to advance to Friday's semifinal round against
St. Petersburg. Chipola photo


and the winner of Wednesday
night's Hillsborough/Broward
game play in the other semifinal
at 6 p.m.
No. 5 Northwest Florida State
T


took a 74-61 win over Central
Florida Wednesday night.
Toby Veal led the Raiders
with 16 points, with Ricardo
Ratliffe leading the Patriots
with a game-high 27 points.


Hornets o-'
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Vernon Yellowjackets took
an 8-4 win over Cottondale on
Wednesday in Cottondale.
The Hornets fell to 1-3 with the
loss, and travel to Panama City
today to take on Bozeman in
another district game.
Patrick McClain started on the
mound for CHS and took the loss,
going four innings and surrender-
ing four earned runs on four hits,
two walks, and two strikeouts.
Drew Bellamy pitched the final
three innings for the Hornets, giv-
ing up one earned run on two hits,
three walks, and two strikeouts.
Chris Clemmons and Chris
Krauser were each 1-for-4 at the
plate for Cottondale, with
Clemmons, Drew Williams, and
Aaron Obert each scoring a run.
"We didn't hit the ball as well
as we have been the first few
games," Cottondale coach Greg
Ohler said. "We just couldn't get
a big hit when we needed it. We
only struck out three times, but
we didn't hit anything really hard
until the last inning."


Malone tops

FAMU 1.6-1 in

district debut
By DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SroRrs EDITOR

- The Malone Tigers routed the
FAMU Baby Rattlers 16-1 on
Tuesday night in the district
debut for both teams.
Malone wasted little time seiz-
ing control of the game, scoring
nine runs in the first inning,
another in the second, then five
more in the third.
The Tigers got a huge offensive
performance from Austin
Lockhart, who went 2-for-2 with
a triple and five RBI.
Jeffrey Pittman was also sensa-
tional for the Tigers, going 4-for-
4 with two triples, a double, and
three RBI. Both of Pittman's
triples came in the first inning.
The senior also started on the
mound for Malone, pitching three
innings and giving up just one
run on one hit, four walks, and
seven strikeouts.
Sean Henry pitched the final
two innings for Malone. giving
up two hits, no walks, and strik-
ing out two.
Derek Orshall was 2-for-3 at
the plate for Malone, with a dou-
ble, an RBI, and two runs.
Nick Breeden was l-for-3 with
an RBI and three runs.
Malone next plays host to
Graceville today at 6 p.m., before
heading to Altha on Friday to take
on the Wildcats at 6 p.m.


Howard,
Magic roll
past Warriors
117-90


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"We've got our own
issues," the coach said.
"We've got to get better.
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to play the game the right
way.
"We've got a few games
to work it out before the
conference starts, but
we've gone backwards
lately, and that's not good."
Pensacola has a record of
13-8-1, with a pair of
games against Delgado this
weekend, preceding
Monday's conference
opener.
Johnson said the Pirates
would present a stiff chal-
lenge as, usual, but he is
more concerned what what
he is seeing from his team.
"Right now, our focus is
worrying about ourselves
and what we have to do to
win games again," the
coach said. "We've lost our
fundamentals.


"But PJC has got a good
club. They've got some
good pitching up front, and
they always do a good job
of swinging the bat. We've
got to get our things in
order and understand the
things we've got to do to be
successful."
Starting second baseman
Andy Fermin.has been out
with a hamstring injury; his
status for next week's
series is still in jeopardy.
Johnson said Fermin's
absence has had a domino
effect on his team's defen-
sive struggles.
"A lot of our stuff is com-
ing through injuries and
guys moving around and
changing positions," the
coach said. "We had to
move the infield around a
little bit with Andy down.
He's such an integral part
of our infield defense.
We're not real deep there,
so we've got to get that fig-
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Thursday- Graceville
at Malone, 4 p.m., and 6
p.m.; Cottondale at
Bozeman, 4 p.m., and 6
p.m.
Friday- Holmes
-County at Sneads, 4.
p.m., and 6 p.m.; Port St.
Joe at Marianna, 4 p.m.,
and 6 p.m.; Malone at
Altha, 6 p.m.; Cottondale
at Blountstown, 4 p.m.,
and 6 p.m.

High School Softball
Thursday- Graceville
at South Walton, 4 p.m.,
and 6 p.m.; Malone at
Altha, 4 p.m., and 6 p.m.
Friday- Vernon at
Sneads, 4 p.m., and 6
p.m.; Bay at Cottondale,
4 p.m., and 6 p.m.;
Marianna at Pensacola
Catholic, 4 p.m., and 6
p.m.; Graceville vs.
Geneva in Slocumb, 3:30
p.m.; Graceville vs.
Ariton in Slocumb, 8
p.m.
Saturday- Graceville
vs.' New Brockton in
Slocumb, 9:30 a.m.

5K Fun Run
Mariana Probation
and Parole, and the
Chipola chapter of Phi
Theata Kappa will spon-
sor a 5K Fun Run bene-
fitting .the Special
Olympics on Saturday 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 proceeds 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.

Youth Wrestling
Team Dynamic Youth
Wrestling Club (ages 5-
18) practice is 6 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday
nights in the old
Marianna High School
wrestling room.
Come to practice arid
sign up. For more infor-
mation, call coach Ron
Thoreson at 272-0280.

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.

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3/1 Brick home. sm. esii*talforsae *Jackson County, FL* Honda '07 CRF80 Fisher 07' 1600 Alu-
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dog, long multi-color uail for Sale Fairway. 2 car sel eng., Very low hrs
hair, near Murphy & ht condition Baia seed for salegarage, Ig deck, Boats less than 250. Roller
Providence Church Ready for hunting exc.rmination 2/1 Located in screen porch, furlong bmn head
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850-592-8260 2-F Ready now $250. c o r5025 -f $ 3 ets, Exc. Cond. W&D, CHA. Lots of
334-774-2216. 4868/209-8847 '08 Arctic Cat UTV 22ft aR. $36500 334-714-4001 7-4626/ extra's.$20K. 334-
1 Lst FSBO, 3BD, 2BA Prowler 700 EFI, 4X4, $3 O0. N r3Cherokee Trailer '06-0309.
AKC German 2BR/1BA in Alford, w/STUDY, DR & warn winch, other 256-365-0328 28' L, sleeps 8, Like AYCO '08 5th wheel
LOST: Black Male 1hepard puppies.S 13`5 + dep 850- 579- GRAND RM extras, only 70 mL Bayliner 95' Capri Seacraft, '89 20it new. $16,000. 334- 35'. Exc. condition.
Sn $300 3345963857 /209-1664/573- W/FIREPLACE, K $9500 334-379-8733 20 90 HP Runs & Center Co nsole boat 347-1887 or 334-449- 2 slides/AC's/reclin-
Peek-a-poo near or 334-3336546 ICareerSeer 3 w/BAR, UTIL. RM, looks good motor & trailer, 95 0162_____- ers. Payoff $35,000.
person. REWARD! 2BR MH in Green- A O 4Wheeler06Yamaha Mercruicer engine 225FP Johnson Mtr, 334-91-8684
850-272-2370 CKC Chocolate lab wood, $425 water/ SQPPR 221000, Raptor 700- w/Xtras $5,500. 334-685-2222 Dual Axle Tr. w/ '' KEYSTONE 07
puppies, males $250, General sewer r/garb/lawncar SQ.FT. $139,000, Low hours. Very Caravelle '07 21'" brakeswh., runs
merchandise females $200. 334- e incl. 850-569-1015 (LAVER HILLS), good cond. (334) 791- Bowrider. 45 hours. well, very clean, rr wheel,n2 dld1e. iur.
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S2/2SW$375 bothin @ 260 hp. Bimini top. 334-696-5505. ing area $27,500.
CKC reg. Jack Russell Director for Blue 2/2 SW $375 both in Polaris Mossy Snap in carpet and 334-616 6572.
Pups. Tri-colored & Springs Baptist a C69 Lots-Acreage .Oak camo edition. covers. A ton of ac- Campers/Travel COACHMEN 00 Sabre by Palam.no
Exblackllent white. Conference Center, Very powerful ATV. cessories included. Trailers Prospera 5th WH, '08, 28 ft 5th wheel
Excellent quality. BeMariannaefits. FT3-5 yrs 3/2 in C'dale, no pets, Compass Lk in Hills Automatic. w thumb Call for all of the ex- 36.5', washer/dryer, camper, 3 slides,
Parents on site. W/S. B enefits. 35 yrs CH/A $425 850-258- ubdv. Lg lot, bor- select 2wd or 4wd tras. Excellent condi- 6500 Onon Gen. many extras, clean,
$250. 334-886-2524on site. CookiW/S. Managerial/eq. 1594 Iv message d rs am. pond, mbr- Great cond. $2900.00 tion. $27,000.00 OBO. 14' New Enclosed $17,500: Husky 25 K sacrifice @ $29k 850-
$250. 334-886-2524. Cooking exp.req. ge ders sm. pond, mem- 334-798g2857 (334)300-1122 Car Trailer will sell Hitch $750 250-951- 593-5675
Pick up applica- 3/2 MH all elec bers can rent RV 334-798-2857 (334)300-1122. for $2200 or trade 39tch $750 250-951- 93-67
Free Puppies: Part tions M-F 8-4 @ Water/sewer/garb/ sites, boats, cabins, CROWNLINE'07, 210 for an RV/ Travel Soralis '99 Sunliner
Guns Catahula, part Curr 2650 Lakeshore Dr. lawncare incl.$550 play tennis, ride Dirt bike Kawasaki Bowrider w/wake Trailer/5th wheel/ COUGAR '05 Camper 33' with one 14'
850-482-6300 850-526-3676 +dep. 850-592-4625 horses, fish, or relax KX80, tuned, really board tower. 350mag '99-'04 with slide and Trailer w/1 slide, slide in very good
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*GUN SHOW Free puppies, sm $12,500 OBO 850-832- 2816 $28,000. 334-470-8454 482-5631/557-7332 $12;500 772- 631-5065 334-699-1319
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Sat. 9-5 Sun. 10-4 $250 ea. 33436991403432/850-814-6515
Call 334-279-9895 Registered Lab pup-
CJewlr &pies Lb,$250 p Full time Front Desk Receptionist
Jewelry & Watches 334-7144034 Apartments- Looking for friendly, energetic, detail
S.E. ALABAMA t Unfurnished oriented, self motivated team player
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1 KT Diamond Good Manners FREE Y month rent P.O.Box 520, ATTN: Box 968,
Cluter Necklace w/ Obedience, Rally on 2BR 1%BA in nice MariannaT FL 32447. EOE.
Pdnc ha. $1,400. new at Classes, Starts $575 + depborod. 12X12 Chain link AM/FM receiver & BRINKMAN SMOKER- Girls shoes $30, Boys Quilting Fabric, Knits,
Kay's asking $800. March 2nd, 2010, $45 850-482-5134 Signature HealthCARE at The Courtyard fence dog kennel sep. cassette player used 3 TIMES $20 shoes $15, both size 2 Craft kits & Notions
Cash / Firm for 6 weeks. is currently accepting applications for a w/gate, $200 850- $35 850-569-2194 (850)592-2507 850-526-0086 $1 each 850-526-
334-790-4892 334-598-9463, 334- WELCOME HOME Full Time Chaplain to offer spiritual 482-3469 Amyrilla for sale: CIGAR BOXES- 7 Glass front China 3426
299-3315, or 334-714- WILLOWBEND nurturing in an inter faith environment 2007 Dodge Caliber $15/doz. Discount for cardboard cigar box- Cabinet w/ample Quilting Fabric, lots &
3 1.5 KT Diamond 3123 APARTMENTS with a non-denominational approach. Slush Mats w/logo, bulk sales. Call Paul es $10 (850)592-2507 storage'space $300 lots of pieces to
Cluster Ring 14 kt. 850-593-5137 Have Job requirements include a Bachelors set of 4, like new, $40 850-482-4285 850-592-3261 choose from.$1/ea
1&2BR Apts. Rent Degree in Theoloy, Divinity, Counseling 82
beold sz. 5 but can Place your starting at $481 or related field an/or ordained by 850-482-5874Antique 6 drawer Make offer$25 HOOVER STICK 850-272-8967
sed as wedding Equal Housing ministry organization. Minimum of two (2) 6ft Ficus trees $30 dresser $50 850-526- (850)592-2507 CLEANER- ENCORE Set of China, 4 pieces
set Sor dinner ring ad in our Opportunity years related experience is required. each 850-592-3261 2414 $5 (850)592-2507 $50 850-526-2414
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a int ne i kt. TDD#711 Apy in persn at sc h HeathA g 5irs6 $50 aslelFurnur cabinet, $75 850593 Copier/printer/scann SMALL BROILER/
with 1/4 kt channel a re#' 44'd at the Courtyard 2600 Forest Glen Trail, 5Clothes sz.g/6 $50 Carl2 aPanel S Draw- 5702 er.plinews$125 MICRO-O EN$
bands on each Houses Unfurnished rianna, Florida 32446. EOfor both. 850-594- er C est.Dark. $325 -- r. ike new, $125 MICRO- OVEN $5
side. Pd. $2,600. 8tfp6,2 7802 (850)209-7780 Dale Earnhardt JR. OBO 850-879-4365 (850)592-2507
$1,500. firm. no 2/1 duplex in Grand 2 Pioneer 12's al- Ashley Furniture- jacket, original sign- HP PRINTERS & FAX- SM NATIVITY SET-
n appra isal 1 C# Ot-# Ridge $400/mo +$400 REPORTER ready in box, $175 Carlyle Panel 5 draw- kids sz 812 $90 (2)#500,#5110, $50 XMAS $10 (850)592-
serious nq. only dep 850-592-5571 850-209-6723 er Chest.Dark Color. 850-526-2414 (850)592-2507 2507
334-790-4892 and grow your 2/1 w/office in Grand The Army Flier is currently 2 STEP FOLDING- $450 (850)209-7780 _Duncan Phyfe dbl Jimmy Hendrix OPY CERAMICS-
Ridge, very nice, $600 LADDER $5 Ashley Furniture- edalstal tb ,3 leafs, WahWah pedal, like S ce ra s
Miscellaneous usinss dep$625/mo torrent cooking fr a full time (850)592-2507 Carlye Panel Q Bed. ustm pads, chairs new, $50 850-482- $10& UP (850)592
for Sale to own 850-997-2464 Reporter 30 Doll Making & Dark. Excellent Cond. $400 850-592-3261 4057 _25
o r eporer Craft Books, $3 /ea. $300 (850)209-7780 DVD player, Large Buffet Table saw, nice $25
S Fort Ruckers Community Newsaer, 850-526-3426 Ashley Queen Bed- Magnavox $25 850- w/custom protective 850-482-7888
J Fort Rucker's Community Newspaper, ark Carlyle panel 93-5702 pads $$300 850-592-
BF Goodrich Tires The Army Flier, is currently looking for 3 GAL REDWOOD arCelle 3261 Twin cottage bed
LIKE NEW! a full-time reporter to write stories and STAIN- $5 EA a nd in0 FOLDING LAWN w/mattresses
Size 305/65 R17 features for the weekly newspaper. (850)592-2507 $450 (850)209-778 CHAIR- BLUE $5 Living room chair $30 chest of drawers
on nice aluminum Previous newspaper experience and 40" Elec. Range, good Audovox Cruise (850)592-2507 850-526-2414 $500 850-482-7719
wheels. 8 Lug. a college degree in journalism or a 40" Elec. Range, Control- still in box, Full sz headboard & MEAT WRAPPING
off 3/4 ton Chevy Orelated field are preferred. cond. fits most cars footboard PAPER- FULL ROLL Two 4' x 8' book
$1,000.00 4909 850-569-2194 w/matching dresser, White $12 (850)592- shelves, solid wood,
(33)L78R674DA N "40' Frigidare range Beautiul tapestry $75850-93-5702 2507 $40/ea 850-272-8967
3 9 7FLO R ID AR N Apply at www.mediageneral.com almost /dak o t OMEGA VEGETABLE Various size bird
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50Nsale3RLouise Thomas, HR Generalist, (850)592-2507 Canyon,reg.& ext.cab GATEWAY HARD Queen sofabed, floral Various sz fish
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Media General Mid-South Market Group, used only once $100 (850)443-3346 (850)592-2507 sleeps good $200 850-482-3469
CARRIERS P.O. Box 1968, Dthan AL 36302 OBO 850-594-1024 BERBER REMNANT- Girls agent dress, 850-592-3261 Wedding dress,
P.O.BSleSDothan, AL 36302 Girls bicycle $50 850- CARPET 8 1/2X4 1/2 sz 2 $25 850-526- Queen sz bed set, strapless, worn once,
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forSaSale for Sale _1 --iL;ara. Fl.rida in the LF14857 meeting should con-
Concord Coachman 1995 Buick Lasabre, ---Honda 06 Rebel Solid & ur ol i5% of the tact the Administra-
'05 Motor Home. 23' Custom V6, low mile-' white windshield & base bid as a guaran- IN THE CIRCUIT tor's assistant no lat-
long 2700mi, Take age, 23,560 miles, .B sadie bags 2600 mi. b itee a bd with an COURT OF THE er than 5 days prior
over payments.850- $7000.080 BO$3000. OBO 334-886- adIrEm i.t that the FOURTEENTH to the meeting. The
593-5103 334-347-0619 3326334-714-1110 bdder wll not re- JUDICIAL.CIRCUITIN Administrator's as-
Cruise Master LE, '05, H '09Fit(sport) HONDA '06 Shadow, vokLe ,,r cancel his AND FOR JACKSON sistant may be con-
36ft workhorse chas- loaded, low miles Candy Apple Red, 2.8 bido r ,Athdraw from COUNTY, FLORIDA acted at 2664 Madi-
LEsr oyApe 8JEEP '7 CJS 304 V 8 g am 1500 ,e c petition for son Street, Marianna,
sis 8.1 gas engine, silver w/gray l & back miles, LIKE NEW,
22k mi., no sk, 7kw inter., runs like new $5,300 229-334-8520, 6 M 3 spd arr E c3 360 M i aperd of thirty (30) CASE NO. 08-690-CA FL, 32448, (850) 955-
g S 2V10 133 9-35 5202u, l trans.,new tires, num 4 barrel holy days after the open-
gen. 3 si, SAT, 2 TV, 2 $15,900.334-687-3171334-355-1202 wiring, bumper, radio hunter green, ing of bids, and that FARM CREDIT OF 8771 (TDD).
A/C, auto leveling, NDAI '08 Accent Toyota '09 Camry HONDA '98 Valkyrie speakers, console. Custom fiberglass in the event the con- NORTHWEST
ca o/bad mstm, FORD '05 500 SLE E NDAI '08odA n Commuter car. Tourer all original, $6499. 334-796-0097 hood, 22" hood tract isawarded to FLORIDA CA,AC
tow/brake system, FORD '05 50 E, Excellent condition 21,000 miles. Still un- low miles, runs great scoop, stainless the bidder, he willA ,
'05 Jeep Wrangler Red, great cond. 47K 35 MPG, 18600 miles, der warranty $16,900. asking $6,500 OBO Mazda 03' Tribute bum s thin tden ( Plaintiff,
Unlimited, 41k mi, miles, 6-CD sound 5-spd transmission, 334-726-2972 334-693-5454 exc. cond. 106K m. grill & bumpers within ten (10) con- plaintiffLF14867
Auto air, 6 cyl, $75k system $10,500 080 $9500 (334)522-3803 $7,000. 334-692-9915 Snap on tread secutive days after it
w/jeep, $60k without 334-695-3550 Hyundai '96 Elantra OYOTA '10 silver Kawasa '08 Vulcan Nissan 04' Murano lum tool box, 6" g is submitte center vs IN THE CIRCUIT -
jeep, both in greatHPriu, brand new, w/ 900 custom, 2400 NCOURT FOR THE
coepd seoth in gdueto KIA'03 RIO, Blue, 57K Fair Cond. Needs dewa y milesloaded, newtires, packs, alum. racing with the Jackson D&B LLC, WILLIAM OURTEENTH
newth 52 0 Mies, LOw/warrantyED DVD Ster. work wisyst. $850 gps, solar/moon roof saddlebags, red. Re- color pewter, leather rims Lots of extras! County School Board DOUGLAS JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
Fleetwd. Bdr 07' 3- $4,800 BO229-334- OBO 334-475-6267 or etc. 334-899-4545 duced to 5500. 334 t.72,55 334K m. inwork. accordance with TEHARRIS and UN- AND FOR JACKSON
sid, loaded CH/A 8520, 334-355-1202 334-475-0084 Volkswagen '06 Bee- -3337 or 79 673-0823 334- Needs some w costof the bond wi N TENANT(S), COUNTY, FLORIDA
fbp, wk. hors, ,90 8.10k '7 0-- ato e d-2K NISSAN '06 Pathfind- be included as part Defendants. CASE NO.09- 311 PR
gas, 5,900 mi. $100k MERCEDii '97 E2. miler.40MPG. load- *. er LE,270ho bose of the bidders base- PROBAT DIISION
OBO 334-898-1201 Silver/Beige exe 600 audio w/6 disc CD bid proposal. OTICE OF SALE PROBATE DIVISION
Monaco '03 Dynasty, lent condition $7,30049 or 33-672-1655 remote keyless entry Ford '00 Ranger, 101K PURSUANT TO IN RE ESTATE OF
42FT, 3 slides, excel- 334-687-3189 VW '07 Rabbit, 34,263 miles. $19,000. miles, manual, new NOTE: There will be a CHAPTER 45
lent condition, gara- Mitsubishi '06 Raider manual,34K,alloy 334793-1544 tires. $4400 080. Prd attConferenda nce NOTICE is PEARL GARDNER
ed, no pets, no smod- Duro Cross, Crew I '01130 120K wheels,like Kawasa 09 ZX4 Nissan '09Rogue, 20k 334-693-0685andattendance will NOTICE is given pur-LONG,
l a s s CabRbe mandatory for all suant to a Final Judg- '
ing, a must to see. Cab, V8, Loaded, 32K Silver Loaded $5,395 new,$11,800. Monster energy edi- miles, loaded, white. Ford'02 F150OXLT, General Contractors ment of Foreclosure Deceased
334-805-3335 $14,500. 334-791-0646 West Main Car Sales 334-983-8399 tion. pipes, power $17,000 334-790-6700 red, 4WD, Triton (Roofing Contrac- dated September 23,
Monoco Knight '06 LLC 1919 West Main commanderhi V8/5L eng, 104,168 trs)who plan to 2009 in Case No. 08-
Save $25K or more. Automobiles St. 334-699-5880 classics & Antique flow air filter, low TOYOTA '06 Four mi., Sur Crew Cab submit a bid for this 690-A, of the Circuit CREDITORS
350CATieselslides,43forae 12000.. need miles. $9,700 iesi, newood tires, tooe righbox, project, see Section Court of the Four-
$l5li90.7.50d6es6- 4c4 C J 334-790-1852.. e9llen c it.e $13,500.334-894-1212 Instructions to tenth Judicial Cir- TO ALL PERSONS

$159,700. 850-866- Camaro LT 350r950 K6lS V8 Red Kawasaki 09' g$87odEST-N.5 ce td348909bide do rre tnDCONd AWY M Sre t MR
2774 Pontiac 4p, factory ac. re Ninja Like New250R 7 FORD '02 F-250, quad B 16. son County Florida, DEMANDS AGAINST
hen04PTntiacmstoratiorproject. w/jacket 3,500. mi. cab, Lariat, leather in which FARM CRED- THE ABOVE ESTATE-
Phaeton, 07' 40ft. 4 Trns aTragantic lers-Tractors eats, power, 7.3 The Owner reserves IT OF NORTHWEST
50 CATie-s ef Mom 6 W M 8 $L 2.000..d e io, P s o 3 meL e on ForDiesil, newtires, the right to waive FLORIDA, ACA, is the The administration of
350 CAT dies performance JAGUAR 95 XJS asking $9.500. 334- 1999 254 AG-MASTER 128K, $13,800 informalities in any Plaintiff and D&B the estate of PEARL
eAllison 6sp. 7.5 diesel package, $82k,5- -4 b tr 4 o with 334-899 -0099 bid, and to reject any LLC, and WILLIAM GARDNER LONG7doe
$ 08icemaker 6 W/ n47-6023 CLASSIS. WEST MAIN two i mplarr Frent. oa l0l- bds, rt DOUGLAS HARRIS are e sed l N
motio athelW/D in ed CAR SALES LLC 2000. 334-522.6709 V- 8 i ccept any bid and the Defendants, I will 09-311 PRis
motion satellite dish,$ C000 ord 03's riding
rear &side cameras, 34-699-5880. Supercrew30,200 mi. any combination of sell to the highest h rcuit Court
Leathereuro recliner, XLEV-6,75Kmiles. All Gady e ept. $14,00 334-494-0460 rate bid prices that, ast o




red 5L heir T EMENT cash at the front Florida, Probate Divi-
desk, King bed power, sunroof, 0500 .4- or 3343936479 in their udoo of the Jackson ion, the address of
Brake-Buddyfor'tow AM/FM cass.6 CD .-SUZUKi '05 C50, s.ad 347'4283 or 334447- Wr 3 -3-64wi be to the eat in-dooryof uthue Jacksonss
car. Garage s tor0ed iDiscChanger,Red.tifpro die bags, windshield, 2572 oF J ckfon C t T houe hi h F i actsoT








334- 797t -3617 Yr4 1door, bl ughtresk, Sbeme on tool7b5r5404 pwr CC,$1,50T|ONNOFTHISRNOTICE
Many other options Asking $10,000. Call parts car 1958 Me 35talltsissy barovery rFord 5000Tractor 7 OET o A : Jackson Coun Ac re t theo ,
S eroclean.20Kmiles.Cuty Sch Board. County, Flori da at the
$160,000. 934-206990as for cr4- 3ry Turnpike cruis- can 2 miles, Ford Dowttirw JN 11:00 a.m. on March Street, Marianna,
$s,000L 33e334-4-77-3-5173020 as0 M4 n eer bE r k c$3600acE 33468m ',966 good cond new tir J ACKSON COUNTY 11,2010 the property Florida 32446. The
*RUEe tCs E00o334-79717r 6ck2 9 -a TW fo er 4 dr- S03 SHOBA set forth in the Final names and address-
E0 Uc*Platimum Model98K windshield.Giganticr b DTW1TracTor BY: s/LeeWMiller, Judgment Qf Foreclo- es of the personal
'03ClassAMonoco 2006 Scion T Loaded $7,200 West 430cidengihe, Push v.v v'cab. 14,3hp. .c. Ford '06 F350,Diesel, Superintendent sure and l thore par ersna e
La Palma. 2 slides. 60,900 Mi. $8800 representmtive and u0 o 02r4 M follows:
Sbath. Loa 2 ded! 32mp 334- 92-9915 Main Car Sales LLC button trans. Will cord. $12,100. K Jacksoma es IOn County a erie as the esorne
Sba dt r L ad 3 m ap g 36 1919 West Main St. need a few parts. 2 cult va or sd sep. goosene ck hitch, School Board follows: at s
Inc. car dolley &all ,. 334 6995880 $2000 cash or need a 3340701 1836 $25k 80-569-2262 Mariannt ofthe se s t e
furnishingsw (disH s, ncousoEu i trdeE NRbldis umThe East212o i hie are set forth below.
t ls, (etNckupsowilltrade Gandy 4 r-oi insect Ford '07 F150 XLT LF14873STheas
towels,etc.$. e a or a g Triump iDaton cide applicator supercrew, 4X4 5A.4L, ADVRI SToutheast d 1/4 of the ALL INTERESTED
334-790-3480. ruck.Call 'r '96- Type) 955 F.ST Sport w/double boxes, for flex fuel, dark blue334 ADVERTISEMENTe Sthoe s i st f re eron
T2GA7'0 Moto 33N7201 N 7 ghts andS Bikecarbon exhtrl two chemicals w/bed cover, 144K FOR BIDS Se ton TonhED TH











TIOGA1041M9t5 0 55-8NIhs CheDSe bron ry 114 ARRE T
Home24ftw/slideout weekends only Pis. tires, brakes, 334- mounted ontool bar. mi,pwr,CC,$14,500 3 North, Range 11
7293 miles 4KW Onan 693-9390 or 701- 5588 Good condition. $400. 334-714-6999 PROJECT NAME West, Jackson Coun- All creditors of the
Gen., very clean Acura '0 TSO 96K otr or tr -34 2 MariannFL ty' lr decedent and other
$3 aa5,000 334-687-9663 B leack 0SP Loaede United Motor Scooter 229-758-3146 or 229- O7 F250 Super






Cou St $11,200 West Man LEXUS'0215 3R98 200 K so80mpg 10003mi's 400-5184 Dy Vbe Crew0 Coa t construWtN R ioL Anyrin ca B-w n poheers oohang
lep8osf BMW l '5k 301full $70001850c814t M 01 5 Tor, FHIr kde s o t M by t re w a bko DoN WTOWN REVITALAnp- Es ncleso hoaing
3oa Aro 2tk Cdedt ainal Sa WeSL102T,9 n CARL NW S0e0b m M.4 0 XLT. 2WD. 18K rtles. IZATION PROJECT banners t ming claims or demands
'i86, 1919 Mar ooWesta t W a LIKE NEW. R A-snsni $3000, 00 fw 4454 6302 an interest in the against decedent's
MotaoArhoCame Slesh LtsA dN3CATan. $32.0000334-68.0 plus from the sale, if estate on whor f
white,Auto.8 cyl. 334-699-5880 SALES LLC DCAPROJECTNOi










C rh eek d1u9lysF Mai.ni07St.- oner gaageo ket 1VR I xE, 0, 5n33 Th reetr Mpran pertyo wneraso f s erved within threert
Pw. brakes & steer- 1919 WEST MAIN ST Midnight Ed 1600. OPPORTUNITY 06 50 9DB-4N-02-41-02- any, other than the copy of this notice is
Whin, e iv 28 coue 3 8 8334.699-5880W ES N cover.3000+ milral. SaIcS FORD '787. F00. 350. C29 the date of the isD AL Ca r DE
i ng, A/c3, AM/FM, B0 Lnelack 5900 00. OBO STEAL DINER V8. long 3h0.e 2 p n thbase.
runs well, low miles, e-- o t 6 334)655- b9 .111 p 1nd pAe al bi rae ds mitope ens, must file a date of the first pub-r e
Fair cond. Has leak Lincoln01' Ee cutiv STYLE auto. p pn run s Sealed b ids submit- elaim within sixty licationREof this notice
d damage. $5000. Series 103K mi. '06 H Dn W CONCESSION looks good. $2.500. te d in tripliate, will (60) days after the must file their claims
850 5262840.g se., power Glide.FXOWG. Black. TRAILER 334 735 5404 bE received by the
w- City of Marianna sale. with the Court WITH-
80603349 8 9 windows&seats Like new customs. INCLUDES FORD ''7F 100 Owner), until FIN a R THE LATER OF
RV /Campers ic h 0 30 lumbar leather 6600 m $14.750T. 404 GRIDDLE, HOT & 6cy.. shor wheC i, local time, ATED: FeuTHREE MONTHS AF-
Wanted Blue Extra Nice int. new tires adult 578-1482 jeff: R COLD TRAYS, base, runs & looks March 30, 2010 at 2010 I TER THE DATE OF
$11,500 West B Main driven exc. cond. trutr o song.com crs BOILING TRAYS, good $2,5 00 a0 the office ofh 3DAE0 O UE FR PrEstaTE-FS
CarSales LLC $6,900.cashfirm ts TRIPLESINK 334r 35-5404A THE FIRST PUB CA-
91 West Mm00 St. 334-790-4892 2003 YZKI2. bought Yamaha '05- Vm ax $9,000. OeBO 0000 the aC o w E THRIE TIE TION OF THIS NOTICE
l^B t M r 200St9-8 new in 2005,$2000; anLiv. edition in 334-389-2816 Jim Den C ity Ma-Clerk of the Circuit TER THE DAE OF
S334 699-5680 Lincoln '07 MKZ, 2007 YZF250, great flame red, excel. AtV La. Nager 2898 Greena Colr f th O ER THEIE DAT O F
BMW64 3301. black Lighttan w/beige in- shape and weIl main- cond., 6K mi., 1198 cc Lilliston 6000. field -F S, ..O Street Post Office Court SERVICE OF A COPY
Harur g Dfvidso n-02rr0 gduaHrd. cCe r $1m00 asi.s M araFL32446 D1-eu t Cery PH, h sTHEM.
ctan leather. aut- tenor, leather heated tained. $4000. Buy & incl. sissy bar, ready shClter kerM pn L Box 936, BY:Beverly Hatcher OTHIS N EO"
mat;c, sunroof. good seats, ABS, s de both for $5000. guard. cover & trickle Maria0.533.1-F3 4 3045 MDeputy Clerk
gas mileage. 80k mi airbags, 37kni, NA- 334-726-3842. chger3 $6200. 334- 2 33- L 447-2572 ON r the cons tructionGarvind B. BodMA, the cednm
Conquest 05'29ft. $13,900 334685 6233 DA$21,175'sell or 2007 Harley Davidson 333- 5854orema iluAlohe r const duties GaRin 2r n dheeidiats o
sleeps 8, lots of x- BMW'95 5301 fully $7,00 850-814-0155 Touring RS FLHX rkess@comcast.net Massey Ferguson 240 Ford 83F 100, NEW the following de- set pe dn aving
trasloaded, 96K miles, t 400 hrs like new AC, P.S., paint, scribed Project: Gardner, Bist, Wie- Tclaimsor demanving












over payments 334 od *e4, s Lincoln Town Car '91 street Glidel, 96 Cubic oUt e 9 0. 0.334-794- bedloriner & carb. mlet n er, T Wadsworth & against the estate-
-4462 Warrant white excellent con V8 motor, intcond., Inch, V-Twin, six r l4$9,80. 2 pc. e n ta t be raae ARTE muES-
798W n ition $6,000 O burgundy 39,390. speed, Asking $4800, $V l tn. oni 2008Downtown MariTi Bowden a swotp & ON TH S
334-703-3784 New tires, nice int contact: YA1PjMAHA 'c06 $,00.809 3- 28 o ty o n R Th aOO t tis crt
is oCADILLAC '06 oTS needs back shocks,' gttyu2@8 msn.com or Roadstar 1700cc, ia tin ro lec at Drive IN THREE MONTHS
Exc. cond, leather 2000 334897-5482.205-449-6639. Black, Motorcycle. A non-mandatory T AFTER THE DATE OF
seats, 4dr, beige i $'92 Goldwing. 60k 5000 miles. Vance Navistar '98 Eagle. pre-bid conference 32308 THE FIRST PUBLICA-
fully loaded. 812,900 miles, red. exc. paint H nesExha ut Sys- .wi th 525E Cummings l be h eld at the LF1469 TION
334-701-1836 Nsa : Ai aginte a y CGumIC ngLTUrs 11Jackson County Ad- TICE.C

334- 701-18 payAof &$0200 prnr $5 8 ta, err nni. Le t n f i 4 helmets and f o n servd Building s B A
$16a700il 334a470-8474 0009Keaeustm 1 58 m iless 70 i. 303Beq3pmeninclud9ed. ministritio wal *NSETATIES L The date of the first

restore$4,791-00 81 aranoikn w nGr Caa ept. E7000 excellent running
FRSeetwood Brougs owner, garage kept. axels, pd condition. 10,500 son Street, Marianna, COOK BROTHERS, publication of this
restored $4,795. OBO lectors item. I cl. 2 Like 8000 $1935asking $1600 334-803-5072 or 334- FL at 2:00 pm on INC. IS BIDDING THE Notice is February 25,
334- 69339Mazd r, nd troke scoe or- 334- 618-5833. 850-569-2262 899-6594 March 18th, 2010. FOLLOWING PROJA 2010.
BE tCHEVROLET. ing, 6ex cnd re ange et r, excconnS Al o '03GMC Plans, specifications, PR ECIATE A BID ALL CLAIP oS -
htmued er kive HCorvette 8 c ele a m 5ln b w. l1a.k $ 33- 4-2 a s.-a. aExtended Cab 4.3V6 and contract docu- FROM YOUR FIRM MANDS AND OEC-
BCket lconvertible,aided e 3 b3l45-36334-52773a 74- P iwe Automatic ments will be open to W/MBE PARTICIPA- TIONS NOT SO FILED
M Ui, t Pk' Black, loaded, exc. 3344-352-02or6 Davidson '0 1P 17Ch eosaern brakes & Vblic inspection at TION IS ENCOUR- WILL BE FOREVER
cond., garage kept 3 2 i 34542-8026 r 1978 Chevy Step Van, $ windows. Clean he office listed AGED: BARRED.
S A c h$55a 000.334-692-5624 HARLEY Davidson'01 does not run, $500. $7,800. Call 792-0603. above or may be ob- SUBJECT: NEW AG-
03 American star3' Mercedes '04 Benz Road King Police, NEG. 334-347-0619Ra inAEda
5th Wheel; 2 suides/2 ri wterol'enztRoad Kin u Pha '073RT Vptar TO YT'PP tained from: RICULTU AL BUI DATED this 23rd day
large water, i, rie, age, charcoa/black clean & shop kept. 1300 Tour, fuel inject- Chevy 03' Astro van Auto, A/C "AS IS" DavidH. Melvin C o I. SNEADS HIGH of February, 2010.
sewer& gas tanks miles, extra clean, interior. 59K miles. $11,000. 334-774-3663 ed, cover & helmet, Lt.pack. 61K actual $3,500 S334-695-6567 i Egine s OL
quad batteries, new tires, $4300. $17,000. 334-806-7190 mi. rear air, very nice suiting Engineers SNEADS, FLORIDA Attorney for Personal
$20,000 OBO. 334-792-8018 HARLEY DAVIDSON cruise control, load- condo. $7,800. OBO Attn:Marc BID DATE: TUESDAY Representative:SHA
(850)579-5183 Chevy '04 Cavalir Mercees d 97'SL500 '02 Fatboy with lots ed, 5K., Like new! 347-5560Oafter_6pm_=LegalA T n MARCH 9TH
ForC 3'7 f Hd. top conv.54K mi. of Chrome, Black, r$6p0.m334-74 4428 Lafayette RBID TIME:1:00 PM QUIRE
H t o 4mo4DR, AC, Lowrmiles, th $6,990. 334-71-4001 Chrysler '95 Voyager, see o Florida Bar No.
4GREAT GAS MILEAGE, leatherint. Wine col- $10,250 352-303-2713 Street, P.O. Box 840 EST
V ; NICECAR, LOW or 334-693-3980 YAMAHA '08 V-star V6, auto, seats 8, Legal Notien ds Marianna, Florida FAX BIDS TO: 850- 0338450
PYMEDEN0r 9CCA8OW SKdHarley Davidson '02 250, Burgundy, power, am/fmr cass. 32447 514-1007 Smith, Thompson,
PAYMENTS' $300 Mercedes 98'SLK230, Heritage Classic, lots Low miles! Like new! newtires, NOW LF14863 (850) 482-3045 MAIL: Shaw & Manausa,
down $199 per mo. lE-ather, Hd. top, Con- of chrome, 16K miles, Asking $2,695., $1975 OBO 850- 592- 1255 COMMERCE P.A.
C311 334- 791-8243 Ask vert. Supercharged, 4 $13,000.,08.0334- 334-693-5454 2832 INVITATIONTOBID upon payment of BLVD MIDWA, 3520 Thomasville
or Steve Hatcher Cyl. Co, 89K mi. 588-2409/798-9478 $150 per set which FLORIDA 32343 Road, 4th Floor.
loCust 0prnt Char. eru.y 01l Harley Davidson 05' Scooters/Mopeds Bids will be received amount constitutes Tallahassee, Florida
N ANr. Mercury '01--0Villager, FLHTCI Electra glide oby the Jackson Coun- the cost of reproduc- SCOPES INCLUDE: 32309
E Grayd Many Cost. o. greatfamilykan, classic 9,000 Nmi. e goty School Board, Ma- tion and handling. Tel: (850) 893-4105
FrEnd Damage $4800 $3n00down.$199/em o.n black, loaded, 49cc ea 90mpg, rlanna. Florida, until This payment will not *,TERMITE CONTROL Fax: (850) 893-7229
F 56267 $L ownmioesLo,49ccHeavy Duty, 2:00 p.m. Central be refunded. CONCRETE & CE-
00 334-475-6267 LOW nlo ies, Leather, $13,800. 334-714-9377 Like new, low milesTime, Thursday, MENT FINISHE WORK
all electric, in Great Chevy 1969 Camaro Hatcher 334-791- Harley Davidson 07' Must see, $1200 OBOr March 11, 2010 in the The Owner plans to MASONRY,

Condition. Finished in Z28 coupe orange 8243. Ultra Classic 12,000 850-482-7739/ Ford 95 Wnlf arEL
s 2 PrieVan selling for parts Aministration Build- open bids on March ASR S E tiv:
Ful healt rdoonly $nRoom, at which timn e or soon thereafter, at ROOFING, JOYCE LONG MATH-
racks, winch, front 256-278-4276 4dr, at, new tires & $15,000, firm.612-3-3- -and place alu bids re- the City Commission WATERPROOFING & 988 Vireos Circle
and battery charger. Chevy '97 Corvette, neg., 334-984-20440 3rd Seat, good cond., ly opened and read ad at 2898 green GLASS, STORE
(334)585-9488 red, with removable n$11,000. 0 aloud for furnishing Street, Marianna, FRONT & WINDOWS
glassrtop extraecm an Nissan '05 Altima, 2.5 3921 or 334-795 8411 all labor and materi- Florida 32446. For in- METAL STUD & RITA LATRELLE LONG
110K mi es. $12,650.S S speed, 32k mi. C 4PLYMOUTH '96 Grand ais for the construc- formation concerning DRYWALL1
334-798-1828 ike new,REDUCED Chevy 04 Tahe, tionof:the bid opening, CARPENTRY, MILL- Court
$11,900850-482-2994 LS, Beige, 83000 Voyager,4 newtires, please contact Jim WORK & CASE WORK Tallahassee, Florida
CHRYSLER '08 300 miles,PW, PL, towing package, new REROOFING PROJECT Dean, City Manager COMMUNICATIONS 32311
Signature Series, va- Nissan '06 Altima, Radio/CD, tinted power steering AGRICULTURAL at 850-482-4353. CERAMIC TILE
i i ga t sunroof, power doors HARLEY DAVIDSON wdws, running bds, ump, very clean, BUILDING, MALONE FLOOR COVERING
a f windowAM/FM, '081200 Sportster "$14,850-718- SCHOOL and BUILD The Owner reserves BASE
$16,700.334-470-8454 CD 59K miles. Custom, 108 miles, ,569-5774. 334- -8LF14872
$12,000. 334-791-3081 warranty, Like new. GREAT CONDITION-334-355-1118 ERSIDE ELEMENTARY any informalities or ACOUSTICAL CEIL-
Nissan '07 Altima $.70. -702-778 Wanted I JACKSON COUNTY bids. Each Bidder FINISH HARDWARE Request of Proposals


ROCKFORD FOSGATE Ford.'9Pontiac3'08rG6,GT runsMUSTSELL $200 tTre e.121 mi. 0 as .. ,Torn .: Genera, l Contrars Section 109 Executive be the responsibility close of business on
R ORE Ford '93 Taurus, runs M 20r T General Contractors order 11246, and all of the bidder. March 30, 2010. Pro
OCK- d AC, MUSTSELx$20tbirleponsiChevy'114 SIrosrequiring-mo apoplicablelawsandMarr-
ING DIFF.TOWING 2200 1 334-475 -1723 down $249 per month Cdale 850-352-4342 Hummer '06 3, 41k Cevy1 requiring more than app b laws posals will be evalu-
PACKAGE. ALSO ON 9 Call Ron Ellismilies, moon roof. 3500, 1 Ton, Sharpe, one setregulations of the COOK BROTHERS, acted on the following
AUToRAE. COM 334-714-0028 leather s a Dr ema. .6L, Dually subcontractors, sup- Federal government INC.850-5141006 criteria:Experience
FOR MORE PICTURES53[' T,, -, rad;o, blue -enorr T-s Pl gower ea, or --e-rs-may and State of Florida, with milar 8perojenc
AND INFO. 22500 L O O K PONTIAC1965ra rrs, crew rchsefu et of and bonding and in- CRAIG COOK (30%), knowledge of
miles, WHITE exteri- FORD- Brand New Tempest door Jeep Wrar r. E documents foage0.00 surance equirePROJECT MANAGER heocalarea (30%),
or, GREY interior, 2010 Mustang GT 2 with 324 engine, ret 4 rielr'tan Eiu e a e, Fper set, non ments. c staffing and ability to
4WD, $22,985 dr,5-spd trans,blk Runs .reatl Good trart l7K mles rar, SUper :r refundable. PARTICULAR, BID- complete the proct
(334)268-3900 extblkint2WD850 cnditn.$3000 Honda 1'Ree. t t D Partial sets will not DERS SHOULD NOTE ina timely manner
s $(334)4798028 500 334-673-7543 rbarn. AC til. and :ru.e be sold to major THE REQUIRED AT- 14875 25%) and proposed
ation (334)479802 4-'trol-. 249c.:. ;0 334 693 9109 subcontractors, (me- TACHMENTS AND compensation (15%).
Honda 03 Accord EX, Saturn '03 on, new T' n- 210. chanical plumbing CERTIFICATIONS TO, Notice of Meeting A FAIR HOUSING/
1946 Sport Pilot black, leather sun- motor 16K, 4dr, silver 3i.and electrical). Sup- BE EXECUTED AND A
1946 Sport Pilot of very nce $4,500. 334-677-0781 10"5662 _a 'lA) E EEUEDADEQUAL
Ercoupe.Surf roof, very nic500 334726 121 5 0033 -77-0781 liers and other SUBMITTED WITH On Tuesday, March 9, UITY/
http://www.dfn.com $9,500. 334-726-1215 Toyota05MatrixI subcontractors may THE FORM OF BID at 9 AM, the Jackson ORTUNITY/
/eaachapter1193/E41 Honda '04 Accord EX, GREAT GAS MILEAGE, - 2007 .opper Canionr purchase drawings PROPOSAL. County Board of HANDICAP ACCESS
resq.htm or email V6, loaded, $200 FULLY LOADED, LOW K"', tno- ir. .%hl and specifications at 'County Commission- JURISDICTION
pwood2128h@yahoo. down, $249/mo. Call PAYMENT! $500 -.- .- 2 5iae. -harp. the rate of EQUAL OPPORTUNI- ers will hold its regu- R a.
com for more Ron Ellis 714-0028. down $250 per month Jeep'4 Wr.nglerrX Call fo:.r leals $2.00/sheet of draw- TY EMPLOYER lar meeting at 2864 Readership
information.re RondEllivic0. Call 334-791-8243 Ask 4.0L 6c,-l 5 d 4WD -9. '50 Offers' ings and 204/page of HANDICAP Madison Street, Ma-
information. Honda '05 Civic, for Steve Hatcher kha, .:Ir Suft Tp. AC 3348054906. specifications. ACCESSIBLE/FAIR rianna, Florida.
Flight Club Share '83 Great ags saver, $300 HOUSING Gets
Cessna 172 & 182 down, $299/mo. Call Mra whls Moarbm CHEVY ., .:u''t' Bidding documents JURISDICTION In accordance with
hanard in Mar. exc. Steve Hatcher 334- Honda 05 rlls Mopar V8, ps/b, swb, auto, will be sent UPS, col- the Americans with R ESULTS!!!
4Honda- 05 grl grgd. Exc. Cond. woid. lect,unesse olri ltith
cond. $2000 850-569- 791-8243. VTX1300R/S Beauti- 1 owr- rd car Needs some work. wise unless other- Disabilities Act, per-
2969 Honda '06 Civic, Gray -*I ful Candy Black Cher- LOW MILES 37,300 $2,500. 334-735-5404 specified. sons needing a spe-
4dr, a/c, 5sp, power. ry, over $2000 in ac- $17,999. OBO cial accommodation (all
Auto Engines/ 73,500 mi., Good gas cessories. 8k miles, 334-803-6882 CHEVY '87 delux 10 Each bid must be ac- HEK to participate in this
Parts/Misc ileage& 41 TOYOTA '08 Yaris 3D asking $5700- JEEP 1987 Red w/blk stripes. companies by a bid Thc
i S 9900 334-243-4166 TOYOTA'08 Yas 3D JEEP1987 Wrangler $2000.334-714-9558 bond, or a cashier's ,OUT TE The
10K MI. under war- Honda '06 CTX 1300 4x4, ac, ps, ac, at, check, made payable O THE
Original 1965 Mus Honda '89 Accord ranty, great gas mile- Cruiser Like New new engine/trans/ Chevy '91 Cherokee to the Jackson Coun- YOUR AD
tang car parts for 4-door. Runs Good age, loaded $12,500 4200 Mi. $6600OBO tires, hardtop.792- pickup, lift gate ty School Board, M- CLASSIFIEDSE COU D Classified-
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Chasen gives free 150 same-sex couples seek
local concert tonight
STan REP~oR sTpeodistouringin marriage licenses in 0C
A top band in contem- support of its new CD,


porary Christian music is
coming to Marianna
tonight to perform a free
concert. Chasen is said to
be the No. 1 contemporary
Christian group in the
nation.
"On and On," their
newest hit single, has
occupied the No. 1 slot on
Christian radio for the
past five weeks. Their
tunes "Drown and
"Crazy Beautiful" are also
top-10 hit songs in the
genre.
Chasen will perform at
Christian .Center Church
tonight. The doors open at
6 p.m. The church is locat-
ed directly behind
Marianna High School on,


"That Was Then, This Is
Now," and Marianna is
one of their first stops on
the road.
Chasen just finished
touring nationwide with
Jeremy Camp "and The
Afters.
The opportunity to
attend a Chasen concert
free in a small community
is a rare one, local organiz-
ers of the event say. The
group usually plays ticket-
ed events in larger cities.
Event coordinators are
Albert Nix of Cottondale
High School and Shane
Corbin of Chipley, with
assistance from Christian
Center Church pastor Jack
Hollis.


FCCLA brings Valentine

fun to Sunland


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Marianna High School FCCLA recently hosted a
Valentine's party for Pierce House at Sunland. They
served refreshments, visited and presented hats which
had been knitted by FCCLA members and Family and
Consumer Science students. Pictured are FCCLA mem-
bers Kathryn LeFloor, Alex Sanchez, Kendra Bennett,
Gavin Hall and Jody Roy with Sunland representatives.
FCCLA members and FACS students have knitted over
100 hats, which have been donated to various com-
munity groups. Contributed photo


CRAA speaker to present

'History of the Organ'


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Ken Yates, organist and
educator, will be the' fea-
tured speaker at the
,monthly meeting of the
Chipola Regional Arts
Association on March 16,
which is open to the pub-
lic.
Yates will present the
"History of the Organ,"
and members of the
Holmes County High'
Chorus will perform.
The program will be at
the First Baptist Church,
311 N.. Waukesha St. in
Bonifay, at noon. CRAA
members guests, and
community members are
invited to attend a Dutch-
treat luncheon buffet at
Simbo's Restaurant, 2005


Waukesha St., Bonifay,
prior to the meeting.
Those wishing to eat lunch
are asked to meet at the
restaurant between 11:15
and 11:30 a.m.
Yates has served as
organist at First Baptist,
Bonifay, for more than 55
years, having begun play-
ing at the age of 14: He
retired from the Holmes
County School District,
where he served as princi-
pal of Poplar Springs High
School and of Bopifay
Elementary School for 19
years.
The public is invited
and encouraged to attend.
For more information
about the meeting, contact
Kathryn Treadwell at 547-
3526.


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Sponsors, auction items

needed for Garden Gala


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Covenant Hospice' is
seeking area businesses to
participate in this year's
Garden Gala. Auction
items, such as gift certifi-
cates, jewelry and artwork
and multiple level spon-
sorships are needed to
support the fifth annual
Garden Gala benefiting
Covenant Hospice, which
is set for Saturday, June 26
at the Agricultural
Conference Center at
2741 Pennsylvania Ave. in
Marianna. Hosted by
WJHG's Neysa Wilkins,
the evening includes din-
ner and dancing, silent and


live auction, tasting,
exhibits and more.
Featured garden, art at the
event includes swings,
benches and Adirondack
chairs that have been
transformed by local
artists.
Tickets are $40 per per-
son and $75 per couple.
To become a sponsor,
donate an auction item or
for more information, con-
"tact Jennifer Griffin or
Angela Jackson at 482-
8520 or 209-0221, or via
e m a i 1
Jennifer. griffin@covenan-
thospice.org or
angela.jackson@covenan-
thospice.org.


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America Mall in Graceville.on Saturday, Feb. 27. Girl
Scout Troop No. 588 from Marianna had a big day
selling the popular cookies, and troop leaders said they
were pleased with sales. Representing the Girl Scouts
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