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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 16, 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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Volume ID: VID00258
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Dispute


ends in


husband's


arrest
STAFF REPORT
A Marianna res-
ident was charged
with child neglect James R.
and felony battery O'Pry
by strangulation,
following an alleged altercation
with his wife outside his home
Sunday afternoon.
According to the complaint
against James Robert O'Pry, 27,
officers were called to his home
at 2933 Noland St. on a report
that someone had been hit by a
vehicle during a domestic distur-
bance.
The reporting officer said
James O'Pry was in the front yard
when he arrived, and O'Pry
appeared to have several abra-
sions to his arms, hands and legs,
wounds that were "'consistent
with sliding on the asphalt."
While one officer stayed with
O'Pry to await an ambulance,
another went with his wife to the
Marianna Police Department and
took a statement.
O'Pry told the officer with himn
that he jumped onto the hood of a
vehicle in an attempt to stop his
wife from leaving the residence.
His wife's statement was con-
* sistent on that point. She told the
officer her husband had become
agitated when she told him she
was going to his mother's house
for the afternoon. He became ver-
bally abusive, she claimed, and
she told him she was going to
leave.
At that point, she told police
O'Pry allegedly grabbed her by
the throat and began to choke her
"to the point that she could not
See ARREST, Page 4A >-


State, EPA

face off over

nutrient levels
BY MIKE SALINERO
MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE
A battle is heating up between
Florida and the -U.S..
Environmental Protection.
Agency over how best to clean up
the state's polluted waters.
A lawsuit filed by environmen-
talists has forced the EPA to
begin getting numeric limits on
nutrient pollution in Florida
waters. Those exceeding the lim-
its would- be considered
"impaired," triggering forced
reductions on polluters.
The environmental groups say
they were forced to file the suit in
July 2008 because the Florida
Department of Environmental
Protection had done little to halt
the degradation of rivers, lakes,
springs and bays. .Nutrients,
mostly from fertilizers and mini-
mally treated sewage, can trigger
algae blooms that are deadly to
fish and unhealthy for humans.
"We say that Florida's econo-
my and environment are linked,"
said Manley Fuller, president of
the Florida Wildlife Federation,
one of the groups in the suit. "If
we. can't stop the state from
degrading our waters now, they'll
just get worse."
State environmental officials
agree numeric criteria are needed
for nitrogen and phosphorus. But
they claim the EPA's rlumbers are
too stringent and would require
pollution reductions in rivers and
lakes that are in good shape.
"We've got legitimate water
pollution issues, but are we going
to spend 'time on things that are
not impaired?" said DEP
Secretary Michael Sole.
Up to now, the state has judged
the health of each water body
based on its unique response to
nutrients. State scientists sampled
rivers and lakes multiple times,
See EPA, Page 4A >


TUESDAY



Deputies investigate shooting


STAFF REPORT
An. Alford resident was treated and
released after being shot during an alterca-
tion in the early morning hours Saturday.
According to a press release from the
Jackson County Sheriff's Office, deputies
were called to 1733 Alabama St. in Alford
around 1:40 a.m. on a report that someone
had been shot.
They encountered victim Justin Brown,
who had a grazing gunshot wound to the
head.
Officers learned that the shooting had,
occurred during a party at 2666B
Freeman Road, located south ofCompass
Lake and a few miles south of Brown's


Justin Theodore
Brown Sprankle


residence on Alabama Street.
Deputies went to the party's location, and


learned that several people had been involved
,in a scuffle outside the trailer there. The
landlord, Theodore Sprankle, had walked
over from next door with a revolver and tried
to break up the fight, officers learned.
Sprankle and Brown argued, and during
the altercation, Sprankle allegedly "struck
Brown on the head with the firearm, causing
it to discharge," authorities said in the press
release.
Brown was taken to Southeast Alabama
Medical Center in D.othan, where he was
treated and later released. The bullet did not
penetrate his skull, officials said.
No charges have been filed in the case to
date, but an investigation into the incident
continues.


Students get view of life flights


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
An AirHeart team landed on
the campus green at Marianna
High School Monday, but it
wasn't a traumatic event that
brought the medical helicopter
there.
The;'EMT, nurse and pilot
came to show Health Sciences
Acadernm students what it
might be like to be a flight
nurse or part of the crew.
'The students' teacher, Kelly
McDarniel, herself a nurse, said
the high schoolers were as
excited as an elementary school,
crowd might have been to see,
the 'copter touch down. Their
enthusiasm grew as they talked
with the crew members, she
said.
About 50 students are
enrolled in the three-year health
sciences program, which focus-
es on anatomy, physiology and
health care career specifics.
Some students want to be
nurses, some doctors, and some
are pursuing other tracks toward
a career in the medical field.
The. academy is- in its fourth


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AirHeart 2 takes off after a visit with health science students at Marianna High School Monday.
- Mark Skinner / Floridan


year, and nine were in its first
graduating class last year. This
year, 28 are expected to cross


the stage with academy degrees
on graduation night. Some of
those will sit for the certified


Flight Nurse Cindy Porter shows howa patient would be secured for transport on an'AirHeart hel-
icopter with the help of Katelyn Miller Monday. Mark Skinner / Floridan


nursing assistant test before that
milestone evening, and will be
ready to go on the job right after
high school.
On Monday, they were full of
questions for the AirHeart crew.
"I cannot tell you how excited
they were," McDaniel said.
"The crew let them get in the
helicopter, sit in pilot's seat, lay
on the transport bed, and really
get a feel for what this might be
like. They told Lis about how the
helicopter is a flying ICU room,
that they can do anything on
board that could be done in ICU
on the ground."
McDaniel said the opportuni-
ty was a valuable one for stu-
dents.
"I can .stand up there and tell
them what it's like, but there's
nothing like meeting the people
who actually do it," she said.
"It's not just me telling them
they could do, this "if they try.
They got a good glimpse, a taste
of what it was like. They asked
great questions about how to do
this and that, and the crew was
happy to share with them."


See LIFE, Page 4A >


Plant sale continues to grow


Wyndee Rooks shops for plants with the help of
Ella Rooks and Alex Maphis during the Jackson
County Master Gardeners Fair and Plant Sale
Saturday. Mark Skinner / Floridan


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FL.ORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The annual Jackson County Master
Gardeners' plant sale last Saturday was the
best one yet in the three-year history of the
event, according to Master Gardener Sally
Waxgiser.' The sale grossed $4,000. The
money raised after expenses will be used for
gardening education efforts in the communi-
ty. Although the sale was set to start at 7:30
a.m., it got under way much earlier.
"They were there waiting when we got
there around 6:30, so we took care of them,"
Waxgiser 'said. "We were well underway
when it officially opened at 7:30."
Everything from tomatoes to flowering
shrubs went fast, she said.
Col. Leland Thomas, a private grower in
Jackson County donated 24 small blueberry
plants. At two for $5, they didn't last long.
Clinton Nursery in Havana donated 160
flowering landscape bushes which boast two
showcase seasons. The Lora Pedlum pro-
duces pink blossoms in spring, and lush crim-


son and rust foliage in fall. Those were also
snapped up quickly, at $5 each. It was the buy
of the day, Waxgiser said, and all 160 were
gone by 10 a.m.
Logs inoculated with shiitake mushroom
spores also flew off the shelf, with all 30 pre-
pared logs selling out at $15 each.
A new tomato plant variety was also popu-
lar. Almost all of the 1,200 seedlings from a
grower in Moultrie were sold. High disease
resistance marks the.variety, and it is so new
it hasn't been named yet. Those went four for
$1, and were snapped up quickly. All the food
plants sold well, Waxgiser said.
In addition to the plants sold, the gardeners
offered up some garden-related crafts that
proved popular. Master Gardener President
Anita Crossly made some bird feeders using
dinner plates, mason jars and chicken feeders.
Those went for $15 each and didn't last long.
Several master gardeners also made tin
man scarecrows, with feet fashioned from
sardine tins and segmented bodies from larg-
er tin cans. They were $15, and the dozen or
so available sold quickly.


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Marianna, FL 32446
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Getting It
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The Jackson County
Floridan's policy is to cor-
rect mistakes promptly. To
report an error, please call
526-3614 Monday-Friday.


March 16 Tuesday
The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at Marianna High
School, 8 a.m.-2 p.m: (for every pint
donated, SCBC will donate $3 to MHS
Project Graduation); and at Marianna's
downtown Pizza Htut, 3-7 p.m. Center
closed.
St. Anne 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.
Jackson County School District Pre-K
Registration is March 15-19 (8:30-11 a.m.
Monday-Friday; and 12-2 p.rm. Wednesday
afternoon) at the Early Childhood
Programs Office,, 2950 'Cherokee St. in
Marianna, in front of Riverside Elementary
School. For documentation requirements,
call 482-1266, ext. 224.
At the Chipola Regional Arts
Association (CRAA) monthly meeting,
organist/educator Ken Yates presents,
"History of the Organ," at noon in the First
Baptist Church, 311 N: Waukesha St.in
Bonifay. Members of the Holmes County
High Chorus will also perform. A Dutch-
treat lunch buffet, 11:15 a.m. at Simbo's
Restaurant, 2005 Waukesha St. in Bonifay,
precedes the meeting. Call 547-3526.
Optimist Club of Jackson County meets
every first and third Tuesday, at noon, in
Jim's Buffet and Grill in 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.
The Jackson County School Board's
regular meeting is at 4 p.m. in the board
room of the JCSB offices.
The Panhandle Public Library
Cooperative System Board meets at 6 p.m.
in the PPLCS office, 4439 Marion St.,
Marianna. Call 482-9296.
The regular monthly dinner meeting of
American Legion Post 100 and Ladies
Auxiliary has been moved from March 9 to
March 16, due to installation work on the
air/heat system.
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
- Tuesday, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,


Marianna, in the AA room.

March 17 Wednesday
Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open Wednesdays, 9 a.m. to
3 p.m.
AARP Tax-Aide, Marianna, offers free
tax return preparation and e-filing services
for low- and middle-idcome persons, with
emphasis on persons over 60, in the con-
ference 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.
Chipola College business instructor Lee
Shook and student volunteers provide free
tax preparation and electronic filing -
simple, individual returns only from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday through early
April. Other times available by appoint-
ment. For faster refunds, bring a personal
check (with routing information). Call 718-
2368.
The One-Stop Center Employability
Workshop, "Budgeting," is 10-11 a.m. each
Wednesday in March. No cost for individu-
als interested in updating or acquiring
additional skills. Contact the One-Stop
Center, 718-0326, to enroll.
Jackson County Adult Education School
Advisory Council meets at 1 p.m. in the
Gazebo Restaurant in downtown Marianna.
Jackson County School District Pre-K
Registration is March 15-19 (8:30-11 a.m.
Monday-Friday; and 12-2 p.m. Wednesday
afternoon) at the Early .Childhood
Programs Office, 2950 Cherokee St. in
Marianna, in front of Riverside Elementary
School. For documentation requirements,
call 482-1266, ext. 224.
Alcoholics Anonymous open.meeting -
Wednesdays, 12-1 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

March 18 Thursday
Sneads Elementary School Strawberry
Sale is today. Strawberries, fresh from
Plant City, are $14 a flat. Orders must be
pre-paid. Cash only, no checks. Call 482-
9003.
Jackson County School District Pre-K
Registration is March 15-19 (8:30-11 a.m.
Monday-Friday; and 12-2 p.m. Wednesday
afternoon) at the Early Childhood
Programs Office, 2950 Cherokee St. in
Marianna, in front of Riverside Elementary


School. For documentation requirements,
call 482-1266, ext. 224.
St. Anne.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.
Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees has
a Building and Grounds Committee meet-
ing at noon in the hospital boardroom.
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 con-
ference room of the Jackson County
Agricultural office, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave.
in .Marianna, 4:30-7:30 p.m. Services con-
tinue Thursday evenings through April 15.
For an appointment, call 693-0873.
Jackson County SWAT meets at 3:30
p.m. in the Marianna High School Media
Center,-3546 Caverns Road. Members and
local youth interested in membership are
asked to attend. A Tobacco Free
Partnership of Jackson County meeting fol-
lows at 4:30 p.m. All local partnership
members or those interested in becoming a
partner are asked to attend. For more, call
Adrian Abner at the Jackson County Health
Department, 526-2412, ext. 188.
Jackson County NAACP. meets at 5:30
p.m. the third Thursday of the month, at
2880 Orange St. (behind Bryant
Enterprises). Call 482-3766 or 569-1294.
An American Cancer Society Relay for
Life Committee Sign-up Meeting starts at 6
p.m. in the Circle Grill, Graceville. Call 814-
441-5095 or 209-3359.
*' East Jackson County Relay-for-Life
meets at the West Florida Electric office in
Sneads at 6 p.m.
Chipola Artist Series presents violinist
Sarah Geller, 7:30 p.m. in the college the-
ater.. Call 718-2301, or e-mail stad-
sklevj@chipola.edu.
The BCF College Singers and combina-
tion band present "Guys and Glams," .a
concert featuring popular music from guy
groups and girl groups from the '50s and
'60s, March 18-19 at 7 p.m. in The Baptist
College of Florida Assembly Center. A limit-
ed number of tickets, $10 each, are avail-
able in the BCF Business office. Call 800-
328-2660, ext. 427.
AA closed discussion 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.


POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE dents for March 12-15: two
The Marianna Police accidents, two dead per-
Department listed the fol- sons (tiatural causes), one
lowing incidents for March missing juvenile, one
14, the latest available stolen tag, one stolen vehi-
report: one stolen vehicle, cle, four abandoned vehi-
one reckless driver, one cles, three reckless drivers,
suspicious vehicle, five suspicious vehi-
one suspicious per- cles, three suspicious
son, one highway -.,- .- incidents, six suspi-
obstruction, two -. cious persons, two
physical distur- CD1'ME special details, seven
bances, three verbal e l information reports,
disturbances, seven one escort, two high-
traffic stops, one trespass way obstructions, three
complaint, one follow-up reports of mental illness,
investigation, one assault, five burglaries, four physi-
one noise disturbance, one cal disturbances, 11 verbal
animal complaint and one disturbances, two prowlers,
public service call. one drug offense, six bur-
glar alarms, two reports of
JACKSON COUNTY shooting in the area, 107
SHERIFF'S OFFICE traffic stops, three larceny
The latest- Jackson complaints, four criminal
County Sheriff's Office mischief complaints, one
listed the following inci- shooting, two civil dis-


putes, one trespassing
report, one obscene/threat-
ening phone call, one
garbage complaint, two
juvenile complaints, one.
assault, two noise distur-
bances, three animal com-
plaints, two fraud com-
plaints, four assists of
motorists/pedestrians, one
retail theft (shoplifting),
five assists of other agen-
cies, 13 public service
calls, five transports and
two threat/harassment
complaints.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting periods:
Daniel Coulliette, 50,
2037 Whitesville Road,


Marianna, hold for court
(hold for DOC).
Stephanie Morgan, 26,
3774 County Road 3319,
Troy, Ala., driving while
license suspended/revoked.
James O'Pry, 27, 2933
Noland St., Marianna,
felony battery by strangu-
lation, child neglect.
Joshua Parrish,. 29,
4264 Lafayette St.,
Marianna, two counts of
worthless checks, hold for
Washington County, fugi-
tive from justice,
(Alabama).
Eric Fuder, 32, 2337
Raintrec Place, Lynn
Haven, aggravated battery,
improper exhibition of
dangerous weapons/
firearms.
Donald Samuels, 28,
1776 Carolina St., Alford,
driving while license sus-


pended/revoked.
Wayne March, 48,
10821 Las Vegas St.,
Youngstown, driving while
license suspended/revoked
(habitual), giving false
name to a law enforcement
officer.
Jerry Bodiford, 27,
9331 Cottonwood Road,
Dothan, Ala., violation of
state probation.
Gregory Cooper, 22,
7178 Highway 90, Grand
Ridge, driving under the.
influence with property
damage.

JAIL POPULATION: 212

To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000.
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (39221.


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Jackson County Floridan Tuesday, March 16, 2010" 3A


Chipola's 'Team Kelson' wins Brain Bowl tourney


Team Kelson:
Dallin Kelson


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN


"This was the single most impressive performance that I have ever


The Chipola College Brain witnessed by a community college player."
Bowl team, represented solely
by Dallin Kelson, won the
Minnesota Undergrad Mirror
held at Valencia Community On
College March 5-6. Kelson beat
Florida State University 260-60
in the final. He had only one the top scorer, with 1,180 in the tournament. Toi
loss in the tourney, to the points. David Flowers of FSU stats are availal
University of South Florida. was second, and Patrice http://aragab.myweb.us
FSU had two losses, both to Newkirk of New College was UT2010_standirigs.htm
Chipola's Kelson. third. "This was the sing
On his way to the champi- Kelson not only was the top impressive performance
onship, Kelson won games scorer, but he averaged more have ever witnessed by
against University of Florida, points per game, and more munity college player,'
UCF, and New College. He was points per bonus than any team Brain Bowl coach Sta


Coach Stan Young,
Dallin Kelson's tournament performance


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said. Kelson is a freshman on
the Chipola team. Kelson and
the rest of the Chipola team will.
compete for the FCCAA State
Championship on March 18-20
at Brevard Community College
in Cocoa Beach. Chipola is the
two-time defending state cham-
pion.


NEJCOC Essay Contest winners A point effort
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN ,.,
The Northeast Jackson .
County Optimist Club "
recently held its 2010 -'
Optimist Internatioqnal
Essay Contest for students
from Malone, Grand Ridge
and Sneads schools.
Thirty-eight students sub- '
mitted essays for the con-
test. After the five judges
assessed the essays on con-
tent and grammar follow-.,
ing the official contest
rules, the field of contest-
ants was narrowed to three:
Taylor Roberts (third place,
Sneads Elementary I
School), Sierra McNeil
(second place, Sneads ,kMarianna High School FCCLA and Family and
Elementary School) and Consumer Science classes joined together in a
Georgia Peavy (overall first community service project, donating Band-knitted
place winner, Sneads High hats to those in need. Pictured are FCCLA mem-
Winners received anchool). bers Alexa Sanchez and Kendra Bennett, present-
Winners received an
Optimist medallion, certifi- -,ing hats to the Women's Pregnancy Center, who
cate and a monetary award. distributed the hats to the patients and their infants.
Georgia will now advance Northeast Jackson County Optimist Club Essay Contest winners, from left, front row, Students knitted over 100 hats which have been
to the district level and Taylor Roberts (3rd place), Sierra McNeil (2nd place) and Georgia Peavy (first distributed to various organizations in their com-
compete for a plaque and place) are congratulated by, second row, NEJCOC President Karen Fader and NEJ- munity. Contributed photo
$2,500 college scholarship. COC Essay Contest Chairperson Linda Long. Contributed photo


GFBB dinner to feature author, botonist Gil Nelson


SPECIAL TQ THE FLORIDAN
Gardening Friends of the Big
Bend is proud to announce that Dr.
Gil Nelson will be the speaker for
the Third Annual GFBB Speaker
Dinner.
Nelson will be speaking on native
plants for southern landscapes. A
writer, naturalist, photographer and
field botanist, Nelson lives in south-
west Georgia, near Thomasville. He
writes, speaks, edits and consults on
botany, ecology, outdoor recreation,


gardening, and environmental sci-
ence topics, especially as they relate
to the southeastern United States.
His single-author books include
"Atlantic Coastal Plain
Wildflowers," "East Gulf Coastal
Plain Wildflowers," "Florida's Best
Native Landscape Plants," "Ferns of
Florida," "Shrubs and Woody Vines
of Florida," "Trees of Florida,"
"Exploring Wild Northwest
Florida," and "Exploring Wild North
Florida.". His 12th book, "Best
Native Plants for Southern Gardens:


A Handbook for Gardeners,
Homeowners, and Professionals,"
will be released this summer from
University Press of Florida.
Nelson holds a research associate
appointment at the Robert K.
Godfrey Herbarium in the
Department of Biological Sciences
at Florida State University, where he
directs the Deep South Plant
Specimen Imaging Project, a
National Science Foundation initia-
tive. He also holds a Beadel
Fellowship at Tall Timbers Research


Station and Land Conservancy,
where he is coordinating the design
and development of an online data-
base management and imaging sys-
tem for the station's herbarium.
Doors will open-at 6:30 p.m. EDT
with an opportunity to mingle with
fellow gardening enthusiasts, visit
the cash bar, and peruse the silent
auction items. Dinner will be served
at 7 p.m.- Reservations are suggest-
ed and must be made by Wednesday,
March 24 by contacting Clara
Skipper via e-mail at claraskip-


per@comcast.net or by using the
GFBB Web site, www.thegfbb.com.
Pre-registered tickets are $25 per
person. Tickets at the door will be
$30 each. Please mail checks, made
out to GFBB, to NFREC, Attn:
GFBB Speaker Dinner, 155
Research Road, Quincy, FL 32351.
For more information, call Clara
Skipper at 850-671-2565.
Profits will benefit the University
of Florida/IFAS North Florida
Research and Education Center-
Quincy.


Dean earns 'Advocate Mortgage Lender' status


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
National Home Loan Advocates
recently announced that Jessica Dean
of First Community Mortgage has
earned the status of Advocate
Mortgage Lender. According to its
press release, NHLA is a consumer
advocacy company that works in the


best interest of the consumer by pro-
viding expert, independent assistance
through the mortgage process. As part
of NHLA services to consumers, mort-
gage lenders and loan consultants can
earn the NHLA Advocate Mortgage
Lender status by operating as a con-
sumer-friendly lender for mortgage
financing. While NHLA does not refer


consumers directly to specific lenders,
they do help consumers discern the
mortgage marketplace by offering the
mortgage lender accreditation service
to lenders who agree to operate accord-
ing to the NHLA Lender Code of
Ethics. Dean is originally from
Marianna, but is now living in
Nashville, Tenn.


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Economic injury loans for businesses Manfounder


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Small agriculture cooperatives,
small businesses and private non-
profit organizations in Jackson and
seven other Florida counties are
eligible for dis-
aster loans, made available
because of heavy rains that began
in mid-September 2009.
The U.S. Small Business
Administration announced
Monday that the; federal economic
injury disaster loans are available
to Jackson, Gadsden, Leon, Baker,
Columbia, Hamilton, Jefferson and
,Madison counties.
"These counties are eligible
because they are contiguous to one


or more primary counties in
Georgia," said Frank Skaggs,
director of SBA's Field Operations
Center East.
"The Small Business
Administration recognizes that dis-
asters do not usually stop at county
or state lines. For that reason,
counties adjacent to primary coun-
ties named in the (disaster) decla-
ration are included."
Under a declaration, issued by
the 'Secretary of Agriculture, the
SBA's Economic Injury Disaster
Loan program is available to eligi-
ble farm- and nonfarm-related enti-
ties that suffered financial losses as
a direct result of this disaster.
Agricultural producers, farmers


and ranchers are not eligible to
apply to. SBA.
The loan amount can be up to $2
million with a 4 percent interest
.rate, and terms up to 30 years. The
SBA determines eligibility based
on the size of the applicant, type of
activity and its financial resources.
Loan amounts and terms are set
by the SBA and are based on each
applicant's financial condition.
These working capital loans may
be used to pay debts, payroll,
accounts payable and other bills
that could have been paid had the
disaster not occurred. The loans
are not intended to replace lost
sales or profits.
Disaster loan information and


application forms may be obt
by calling the SBA's Cust
Service Center at 800-659-
(800-877-8339 for the hea
impaired) Monday through F
from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. EDT,
sending an e-mail to disaster
tomerservice@sba.gov.
applications can be downlo
from the SBA's Web sit
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distance. Completed applica
should be mailed to: U.S.
Business Administra
Processing and Disburse
Center, 14925 Kingsport I
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gained traffic stop
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riday A traffic stop led to the
or by arrest of a Holmes County
;rcus- man on drug charges.
Loan According to a press release
)aded from the Holmes County
:e at Sheriff's Office, narcotics
teras- officers pulled over a pick-
ations up truck Friday night for an
Small unspecified traffic infrac-
ation, tion. The driver, Robert Ed
ment Curry, 43, "was acting very
Road, nervous, which prompted
pleted investigators to search the
urnmed vehicle," according to the
2010. press release.
The search revealed a vial
^C of methamphetamine hid-
den under the driver's seat,
the sheriff's office reported.
Curry was arrested and
charged with possession of
methamphetamine and
taken to the Holmes County
jail.


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breathe," according to the
affidavit.
She reported that he let
Ster her go and told her to leave,
ter but he then began beating
on the windows of the car
,ar when she got inside it. He
also said he would kill her if
he got inside the car, she
told police.
ck by a He then allegedly jumped
on the hood of the car and
reports, kept beating on the win-
at the dows.
She told the officer she
all was was in fear for her safety
71 with and the safety of her infant
*oad as daughter, who was in the
7 p.m. vehicle with her and had
entered also been next to her when
path of she was being strangled
inside the house, according
struck to her statement to police.
ar over She accelerated out of the
Ider of driveway, resulting in O'Pry
coming off the vehicle
ghway "causing injury to him," the
complaint stated.
1-year- Due to the physical evi-
lory J. dence and statements of
both parties, O'Pry's wife is
g. not being charged in the
incident, police said.


Life Continued From Page 1A


The team of professionals told the stu-
dents what it would take to be a flight nurse.
Not only does a flight nurse have to be a reg-
istered nurse, three years of ICU or emer-
gency room training is needed to qualify for
service aboard a medical helicopter.,
"They really saw that it takes a commit-
ment, and it gave them some concrete things
to think about as they make their career
choices," McDaniel said.
"The crew was so receptive to the kids, I


couldn't have asked for more. I was very,
very pleased all around."
She said the team was able to make anoth-
er point with the teenagers during their pres-
entation, something she hopes will stick
with them no matter what else they took
from the experience.
"Somebody asked the nurse what was the
worst thing she'd ever seen. She told them it
was (a wreck with) four teenagers on spring
break, not wearing seatbelts, who had been


drinking. That's a life lesson right there."
McDaniel said she thinks she'll have even
more students enrolled in the academy next
year, young people who want to fill job slots
in demanding medical careers where there
always seems to be a shortage of workers.
Although their visit with the AirHeart
crew Monday was a special once-a-year
. treat, the students have some partners on the
ground as well.
The students do clinical rotations at


Jackson Hospital once a week.
"Thank God for Jackson Hospital,"
McDaniel said. "They get a lot of practical
exposure to the medical environment every
week because of that connection."
McDaniel has her sights on a new addi-
tion to the program in a year or two. She
hopes to someday give students the oppor-
tunity to graduate as licensed practical nurs-
es. She's already talking with the appropri-
ate agencies about that possibility.


EPA Continued From Page 1A


using an average to determine
whether they were impaired,
meaning not suitable for fishing
and swimming.
Environmentalists derided the
criteria as phony science and said
the state was ignoring standards
already in state law.
Now, state scientists say
they're ready to set the numeric
limits, but want the caps based on
their proposals, gleaned from
nine years of sampling every
Florida water body.
"When we take EPA criteria
and evaluate it against our most
pristine waters, a large percent-
age of those would be deemed
impaired under EPA criteria,"


said Jerry Brooks, a DEP direc-
tor.
. State environmental and agri-
culture officials have raised the
specter of crippling expenditures
to meet EPA's more-stringent
limits, expenditures that could
break the back of local govern-
ments and recession-weakened
industries. Municipal sewer oper-
ators, phosphate mining and agri-
culture have joined in, using their
political clout to enroll state leg-
islators and the Florida congres-
sional delegation in the fight.
"The EPA is going to cost state
public and private utilities, busi-
ness and agriculture billions of
dollars when the state is in eco-


nomic hardship without any
expectation by many experts that
these nutrient standards are even
attainable," said Terry McElroy,
spokesman for the state
Department of Agriculture and
Consumer Services.
It's not clear what effect the
lobbying has had. The EPA
recently extended the comment
period on its proposal by a
month, until April 28. The
agency held three public hearings
on the draft rule and is schedul-
ing three more, in Tampa,
Jacksonville and Fort Myers.
In an e-mail Friday, the EPA
said its proposed limits are based
largely on data collected by


Florida. The EPA worked with
state environmental scientists on
analyzing and interpreting that
data.
"Some allege these new stan-
dards will cost too much," wrote
Betsaida Alcantara, a deputy
press secretary with the EPA.
"These arguments fail to recog-
nize that Florida already has stan-
dards, but they require site-spe-
cific evaluation, costing the state
huge amounts of time and money
to figure out on a case-by-case
basis the right limits for discharg-
ers."
The state counters that it
already knows which waters are
polluted and, won't waste money


on those that don't need improve-
ment.
Environmental groups accuse
the state and industries of inciting
a wave of hysteria.
They say cleaning up nutrient
pollution will not cost the tens of
billions of dollars that local gov-
ernments' and industries are trum-
peting.
"For the amount of money
these guys are saying it's going to
cost to comply with numeric
nutrient limits, you could buy a
gold-plated toilet for every home
and trailer in the state," said attor-
ney David Guest of Earthjustice,
which filed the lawsuit against
EPA.


OBITUARIES


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

Gertrude
"Gertie"
Booker

Gertrude "Gertie" Book-
er, 68, of Marianna passed
away Sunday, March 14,
2010, in Jackson Hospital.
She had lived in this area
since 2001, moving here
from Griffin, Ga., and was a
member of the Baptist
church. Mrs. Booker en-
joyed reading, playing
cards and working cross-
word puzzles.
She was preceded in
death by the father of her
children, Theodore Car-
penter; parents Mr. and
Mrs. Cap Smith; sister Ha-
zel Poole; and brother
Johnny Smith.


Survivors include her hus -
band, Michael L. Booker of
Marianna; one son, Curtis
Carpenter and wife Sherry,
of Independence, Ky.; two
daughters, Tammy Suttles,
and Diana Wiggins and
husband Samuel, all of Co-
coa; and three grandchil-
dren, Brandi Burgett, Tyler
Carpenter and Cassondra
Carpenter.
Services for Mrs. Booker
will be Friday, March 19,
1:30 p.m. at the Bullard
Freewill Baptist Church in
Crestview, with the Rev.
Sonny Willingham officiat-
ing. Interment will follow
in the church cemetery.
A time of visitation will
be Thursday, March 18,
from 6 to 8 p.m. in Marian-
na Chapel Funeral Home.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements.
Expressions of sympathy
maybe submitted online at
www.mariannachapelfh.co
m.


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

Lloyd
Cambron
Butler

Lloyd Cambron Butler,
62, of Marianna died Sun-
day, March 13, 2010, at his
residence.
Funeral arrangements
will be announced by
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel.
Adams Funeral Home
850-674-5449
adamsfh.com

Winona May
West
Fiebelkorn

Winona May West
Fiebelkorn, 95, of Marian-
na, passed away Saturday,
March 13, 2010, in Marian-
na(


Mrs. Fiebelkorn was
born May 9, 1914, in
Corunna, Mich., to the late
Grover and Cora West. Wi-
nona lived in Centerville,
Mich., after marrying
Franklin Fiebelkorn and
later moved to Burlington,
Mich., in 1947.,
She was a member of the
Burlington Seventh-day
Adventist Church for more
than 60 years, and was a
graduate of Andrews Uni-
versity. She taught elemen-
tary school for many years
and was very active in mis-
sion work.
Her passion for mission
work led her to preach in
Kenya during a two-week
visit, as well as mail Bibles
and clothing to African
families. She financially
supported Kenyan stu-
dents for more than 25
years. She also participated
in Marantha missions to
Honduras, where she help-
ed build churches and con-
ducted prison ministries.
She was the author of a
book, "On the Road with
Joseph Waggoner." After
the passing of her husband


Franklin, she moved to
Florida in 1999, where she
lived with' her daughter,
Frances, and son-in-law,
Isaac.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Frank Fiebelkorn; and a
sister, June West Jahr.
Survivors include her
daughter, Frances Stone,
and her beloved son-in-
law, Isaac, of Marianna; a
son, David Fiebelkorn and
his wife Germae, of Shef-
field Village, Ohio; five
grandchildren, Ted
Fiebelkorn and his wife
Fabrizia, of Bay Village,
Ohio, Carl Blanchard and
his wife Dora, of Fletcher,
N.C., Trish Blanchard of
Boca Raton, Martin Stone
and his wife Carola, of Mi-
ami, and Jeff Fiebelkorn of
Midlothian, Va.; five great-
grandchildren; three nie-
ces; one nephew; and a
faithful friend, Linda
Brubaker.
The memorial service
will be 2 p.m. Thursday,
March 18, at the St. Luke's
Episcopal Church in Ma-
rianna.


Contributions may be
made to the Emmanuel
Seventh-day Adventist
Church Building Fund,
4531 Basswood Road,
Greenwood, FL 32443.
Adams Funeral Home,
85 0 6 74 5 449 ,
adamsfh.com, is in charge
of the arrangements.





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

James Roy
McKay Jr.

The service 'for James
Roy McKay Jr. is at 2 p.m.
Tuesday, March 16, at
Maddox Chapel. Inter-
ment will be at Cottondale
Baptist Cemetery with
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel di-
recting.


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A Wewahitcha woman died after being struc
car Sunday night in Calhoun County.
According to Florida Highway Patrol r
Cherie L. Cantrell, 47, was pronounced dead
scene by Calhoun County emergency crews.
Florida Highway Patrol reports that Cantre
standing on the west shoulder of State Road 7
a disabled vehicle when she walked into the r
a 2002 Lincoln four-door approached around
Cantrell crossed the southbound lane and e
the northbound lane, standing directly in the
the oncoming car, troopers reported.
The driver, 72-year-old Jessie L. Hawkins,
Cantrell on her right side. He then pulled his ca
and stopped. Cantrell fell onto the east should
SR 71.
Hawkins was wearing a seatbelt, and the hi
patrol said he had not been drinking.
Hawkins and the Lincoln's passengers, 61
old Pennie D. Hawkins and 45-year-old G.
Hawkins, all of Tallahassee, were uninjured.
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Tornados blow past Bulldogs

BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna High School
Bulldogs were off to their hottest
start in recent history, with an 8-0
record going into Saturday's
match up against district rival
Bay High School.
However, the Tornados
snapped the Bulldogs' streak,
shutting out Marianna 6-0.
Postponed due to bad weather
Friday, the Bulldogs took the-
field Saturday at home, and were
met with a strong defense and an
even stronger offense.
Coach Andy Shelton went with
his ace, Alex Bigale, on the
mound and Clayte Rooks behind
the plate. Zack Smith took over at
first with Austin Branch at sec-
ond, Brandon Burch at short and
Dustin O'Hearn at third. Anthony
"Fred" Williams covered left
field, with Bradly Middleton in
center and Jaren Bannerman in
right field.
Bigale left a fast bone in the
zone for the Tornados' starting
hitter, and he took it over the left
field fence to start the game.
Following a fly out to left field,
an error put a runner on first. A
fly ball to center, made. it two
outs, with the runner being
picked off going to second to end
the inning with no further dam-
age.
Rooks led off in the bottom
half of the frame with a walk. A
strikeout to Branch was followed
by back-to-back walks to
Bannerman and Smith, before'
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Bay High game

ends in a tie
BY SHELIA MADE
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna High School Bulldogs junior
varsity took to the road and picked up an 8-2
victory over the Walton Braves.
Jae Elliott was on the mound for the
Bulldogs Thursday, with Mason Melvin
behind the plate. Kaidd Golden was at first,
with Adam DeWitt at second, Zac Davis at
shortstop and Austin Lombardo at third. In
left field was Taylor Strauss, centerfield was
covered by J. T. Meadows, while Tyler
Hampton had control of right field.
The Bulldogs struck early, plating six runs
in the first inning. With two outs, Meadows
took one for the-team, then stole second and
third before scoring on a single by Golden.
Golden later stole second, with Lombardo
following with a walk. A single by Melvin
plated another run, with Elliott helping him-
self out with an RBI single. Elliott took sec-
ond on the throw, to set up a score on a single
by DeWitt. Hampton joined the RBI hit
parade with a single, before a fly out ended
the inning.
A lead-off walk in the bottom of the inning
scored with one out on a single, before Elliott
buckled down to end the inning with no fur-
ther damage. At the end of the first frame,
Marianna led 6-1 over the Braves.
Davis got things going for the Bulldogs in
the top of the second inning when he took
advantage of an error to reach first safely. A
fly out to second by Meadows was followed
by Golden's second single of the day.
Lombardo reached on an error, but two outs
followed to,end the inning with no runs cross-
ing the plate.
The Braves added one run in the bottom of
the second to make it a 6-2 game. A lead-off
walk and a single, coupled with an error,
allowed one run to plate.
A two-out walk to Jonathan Biggs in the
top of the third was the only offense for the
Bulldogs. Elliott countered by retiring the
side in the bottom half of the third.
Marianna added its final two runs in the top
of the fourth inning on a two-out rally.
Golden took one for the team and scored on a
single by Lombardo. Melvin then smacked
his second hit of the game to score
Lombardo, but a ground out ended the inning
with the Dawgs leading 8-2.
Shayne Blanton took the mound for the
Bulldogs in the bottom of the fourth. A lead-
off walk went for nil, with Blanton striking
out one and inducing a ground out before the


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In the top of the fifth inning, with one out,
Chris Johnson drew a walk, but was picked
off trying to take second. A strikeout ended
the inning. In the bottom of the final inning,
Blanton went inside and the batter was
awarded first as he was struck with the ball. A
fielder's choice got the runner to second. A
walk put runners at first and second, but a
double play ended the game.
On Saturday, the junior varsity Bulldogs


hosted the Bay High Tornados with the game
ending knotted at six. Adam DeWitt picked
up the come-from-behind tie, taking over in
the second inning with the Dogs down 6-0.
Offensively, the Bulldogs were led by
Shayne Blanton, who was 2-for-4 with two
RBI. Davis, Meadows, Lombardo, Melvin,
Roberts, DeWitt, Hampton and Godwin all
picked up hits.
The JV Bulldogs are scheduled to travel to
Pensacola today to take on the Crusaders with
a 4 p.m. start.


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the inning with the Dawgs
trailing 1-0.
The Tornados picked up
another run in the second
inning. Consecutive dou-
bles to start the inning
scored one run. A walk put
runners at first and second,
before a pop up to second
and a strikeout made it two
outs. A walk to the one-
hole hitter loaded the bases,
but Bigale sat the next bat-
ter down, escaping with no
further injury.
In the bottom of the sec-
ond, O'Heam and Burch
went down on strikes
before Williams singled.
Middleton tacked on a sin-
gle, but Williams was out
going to third on a throw
from right field to end the
inning.
The Tornados added yet
another run in the third
inning, on a two-out mon-
ster shot to right center-
field. A pop up in foul ter-
ritory at first ended the
inning. It was a three up,
three down bottom half for
the Bulldogs, with Rooks
and Bannerman going
down swinging and Branch
grounding out to second.
After three complete, Bay
led the Dawgs 3-0.


With one out in the top of
the third, a single put a run-
ner at first. A ground out to
the mound moved the run-
ner to second, and an error
plated the run and added a
runner at first. Bigale
fanned the next batter to
end the inning, with the
Dawgs trailing 4-0.
The Bulldogs could not
capitalize in the bottom of
the inning. Following a fly
out to right field by Smith,
Bigale helped himself out
with a single, and moved to
second when O'Hearn
drew a walk. A pickoff got
the runner at second, and a
ground out by Burch ended
the inning with no runs
crossing the plate for
Marianna.
Bigale struck out the first


'two batters of the fifth
inning before an error
allowed a runner to reach
first and advance to second,
but a fly ball to centerfield
ended the inning.
Strikeouts to Rooks and
Williams and a pop up by
Middleton sat the Dawgs
down in order in the bottom
of the fifth;
Michael Mader took the
mound for the Dogs in the
sixth inning and retired the
side with a strikeout and
two groundouts to keep the
Tornados off the score-
board. Marianna's bats
remained dormant in the
sixth, with strikeouts to
Branch and Smith, and a
ground out by Bannerman.
In the top of the seventh
inning, Bay's one-hole hit-


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ter proved he was for real
with his second shot of the
day. An error allowed the
next batter to reach first
safely, before Mader
fanned the third batter.
Another error plated a run,
but a strikeout and a ground
out ended the inning with
no further damage.
A two-out walk to Burch
in the final inning was all
the offense the Bulldogs
could muster.
,Marianna will have little
time to lick their wounds as
they were scheduled to take
on Coosey Valley Monday
evening at Chipola, before
traveling to Pensacola
today for another district
matchup. Results of
Monday's game were not
available at press time.


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850-485134 motor & trailer, 95 36.5' w nerdryer trs K mi. take Silver/Bei e excel- ing, 69K miles, $6,995
Valor $1k/ea&3 3 WELCOME HOME Plts Dul AG T05HnJohnsonneMtr, 35 .. rera.ymen s 34 lent condition $7,000 hevy 04 Cavalier obo. 334-671-505or
s in WLLOWBEND b 500HuskMonaco25'03Dy8-4462 Warranry 334-687-3189 4DR, AC, Low miles, 334-797-5051
k/ea Pine Crest APARTMENTS well, very clean, Hitch $50 250-951 sEsCE- b NICE CAR, LOW Ford '93 Taurus, runs
Memorial Garden. 850-593-5137 Have Great cond. $6850. 3923 3 slides exce Automobiles PAYMENTS! $300 od, needs AC,
Memorial cont cone6ti garat- traMEorSo f$ 30 lestown $1in pt. tnooI 0.- 34-4-12
850-482-8196 &2BR Apts. Rent 334-696-5505. DUTCHMAN '06, 25' ed, no pets, no smo- for Sale down $199 per mo. 2200.1-33447 -1723
starting at $481 Stratos '99 273 Good condition. ing, a must to see. Call334-791-8243 Ask Ford 399 Crown Victo-
IE'ulOHpportunity Intimidator, 17ft bass Sleeps 6, Asking 334-805-3335 for Steve Hatcher ria, loaded,77K miles,
Johnson 15HP, payoff. 334-794-8897 Phaeto 07' 4ft.2000Pontiac Chevy '05 Monte Car- runs like new. $6200
1o A 50e 334-596-1694 yor 334-790-7918 slide-ots, 0715K mi40ft. 4 Trans am, lo Cust. paint Char. FIRM. 34-774-9050
oushs $6500 si334-596-1694 or 3 7 slide-outs, 15K mi. WS 6 Gray Many Cust. opt.
Prowler 700 EFI, 4X4, Terry '73 Bass Boat 350 CAT diesel, performance
warn windc, other 14'w/17 HP motor Allison 6s .7.5 diesel package, 82k, Fr End Damage 0$48
2/1 duplex in Grand extras, only 70 mL w/trailer 691-8066 gen. 4 r. frig w/ c $ro 0 OBO 334-475-6267 L o K
S 7 /very nice, $9,500. or 475-0084 FORD- Brand New
Ridge $400/mo +$400 C9r00a334-379-7330 05*l icemaker, W/D in 334-347-6023 2010"Mustang GT
depM850-592-5571 4 Wheeler 06 Yamaha Campers/Travel motion satellite dish, Ce 1 Amat 3 0 n 2
Sd Xtr rear & side cameras, 4-Wh Driveevy 1969 Camaro d tran s,bk
1 w/office2o 7 r I He I Home theater ss. 1003 Toyota Camry Z28 coupe orange s
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Air ConHme i-H -T- g oo dond. )791 reclinerora Vr on 5th$&334m6871 Au 5TX0m00 S 000. ? iri am
Dionders $6 725 Mo. 1r r ent 91 con.4000 060 wh/2 side-outs, desk,cKing bed, MUST 1 power. sunr aoof. 4-6speed $9000. i s $28,50
to own 850-997-2464o 8 400 POawning2BRgarden Brake-Buddy for towAM/FM cass6 CD 256-278-4276
4 x 4 Pino l 2 B R g a r d enIB rvk e -Be rd d y f o r to w, 8 6 R ed ., a o l c o m e OI A '-
CKubotae BX24 w/ 8 mi os o 03 Am erican Star 36' tub with shower, car. Garage stored. 032American Star 3 es Dis Cl ar ger Red. -nY '






18finc3/oldBcale hRo me2-631/557i-7332Sarg3 a ----------- La alma. glides. Car $1e0 579- Cal lr e rIEms. e oin
Compact Tractor, E of Malone $55/mo Oak camo edition. 5th Wheel; 2 slides/2 W&D, CHA. Lots of Many other options. 5th1Wheel491 slides/2 s$10 0







Lad, ackh$500/$o& dorep. Very80 Te0 ATV Wheel, 2 sidleout lole s S6l 00 $693,209 0 ask fwaioro 3f
Loader, backhoe, + $00 dep. 850-569- Very po erful ATV. Bdrms, large water extra's. $20K. 334 $160,000. Bdrms largewater 3347961513 or 334 350Engine. $7500
Diesel, 4 Asking 5940 Automatic. w thumb f t ,' 347-4626/333-0309. 334-797-3617. sewer & gas tanks, Ch ase 850- 5943282
$4600, don't miss out, Hselect 2wd or 4wd. sewer & gas tanks, uad batteries. F i For. Murk wth
contact AusnTyler&Ase Great condo. $290000 uad batteries. on ea n 20.000 OBO. CHEVY '86 Celerity
qou s An &uo ure oady0 B.at t i- JAYCO '085th wheel," b Pn aFreik 30532
fltry27@msncom Quality homes for 334-798-2857 $20,0007 35'. Exc. condition. otornme 501. $15 k. clean. good cor Mustang 1965
813-44 1-8908 rent 850- 526-3355 D ike K 9 2 slides/AC's/reclin- Hs Irn slide oe .,,a 5 900.334i932142 289 auto, ac3&
dProperty g mt is" K t bOteSallw P y 14' New Enclosed ers. Payoff $35,000. pckg, 5.5 KW Gen. Chevy '97 Corette console car, comes
n0ewe at ches akn $30+our ONLY Business" wrKX80,tuned, re duyCargoly T ai e c 7eKB
334 2 our OYB us25 fast $1300. 334-389- oir $ il00r w d se 334791-8684 Fully loaded extra 3M 4 5 red, with removable with some new parts.
KrSle DHome- H2w 90 E 334 6873/ / B ic u- 05ceSI |O n 10K mi 7 s. $12,000. pr ojectcar, has
KT Diamondl $600/mom250 dep Hon da TRX 300 EX Trailer/5th wheel/ Copper BCanon oth Acurad '05 e 96K original motor
Bike is complete cus- '99-'04 with slide and wh ee'l, 2 s lies, u- 3Ir REDUCED a Black 5 5PD LXe l d 5 a-skp g $3950.s
-tom with tons of ac- pay- round sound, Ig. v-" '03 Class A ^onoco $11,200 West Main CHRYSLER '08 300 334-355-2400
18 ingodch aine at o cessories incl. Red 4825631/557-7332 ing area $27,500, La Palma. 2 slides. cCar Sales LLC Si nature Series. Va
Pd. $1,400 newat Mobile Homes L.E.D.'s $2000. O..O. 2005 Gueat 3346186572. '2 ba. Laded 1919 West Main St. ni3a nav gation i ke
Kay's askin $800. r n m a 334805e0816.4s Ex oFInc. car dolley & all 334-699-58803 ne. asking pay-off
pfyf s parkn $n0oric $hee, t 7,0-081 Whe 0 el,04st, Laytono Travel Trailer s$to .$00. 334 470 8454 o
334790-4892POL EARS Ranger '06 $25,000 32 ft. w/2 sedlin des, to ewels, etc.) r65K.
w2/1 near Sunland 500, 4 x 4, w/g lass 850-482-8256 lik g bed. LIKE NEW, 334to els E. .o aus
$450/mo $500 dep. 1 windshield fiber- 29 ft. Fleetwood 1997, garage kept, $21,000. -006 Bad Boy Buggy.
canl $500 &obil Home/ a .l canopyto w -Sportsman '08 RV
31.5 KT Diamond yr lease 850-693-0570 glass roof, winch, a/t fully self contained, Also available tow Sportsman '08 RV all electric, i Great
Cluster Ring 14 K589 mu & snow tires new bed, slide out& vehicle, GMC '03 Travel Trailer 30' Condition. Finished in Ford Mustang 1966









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be re-s. iz. can bel2 & 3BR Mv C'dale. 250 hours, used on canopy great condi- $2,500.00. Call Gas, Elec. appl. 1 F ear HuCoods. 3i2 V8 with automa
e sedup fe i. 334 tion. $8,700.334-797- 850-569-2215. Cell# slide out,queen bed, windshield, 2 Ic trans looks, runs &
used as wedding s b c. fect. $6,500., 1272 850-718-5461. Exc. Cond. $19,500 rackswinch front B MW'01 330c drives goodasking

















Mainsetti engis d3t0ail 85/33476ers7./ A34695-0c- caRRIERS Roa e E ond Sac ks winch fron
set or dinnerin 850- 3037/334-695-0139 OBO 334-7188848 asket, roof basket, Blue Extra Nice Corvette 81 $8500.334-355-2400
Main setting is 3 k rygrosco .5th Wheel, '06 36 ft. Sabre by Palamino r 7and battery charger. $11,500 West Main Automatic 350
bands on ea c 4868/209-8847 i Boats. Montego Bay, 4 '08, 28 ft 5th wheel (334)585-9488 Car Sales LLC Honda '04 Accord EX,
bands Ramecamper,/30slidessTiesA&'04dMotorm1919 West Main St. (Silver) sell as is V6, loaded, $200
sl2camper, 3 slides, TIOGA '04 Motork
side. Pd. $2,600. 2BR/1BA in Alford, i '07 3500 Desel many extras, clean, Home 24ft w/slideout 334 699 5880 $6000 down, $249/mo. Call
new atKaysasking $350+ dep 850- 579 00 Fisher 1754 dual. Tow package sacrifice @ $29k 850- 7293 miles 4KW nanblack 334-774-1915 RonEllis 714-0028.
$1,500. firm. no 4622/209-1664/573- 40hp mercury, 4- & Reese Hitch 593-5675 Gen., very clean MW 331 ble ako 334 774 1915 RonEli 71-028.
appraisal 1asi stroke, mtr guide, Asking $74,300. -- -------- o w/tan leatherauto- Datsun'78 280Z 2+2 Honda '05 Civic,.
se rious in. only $35,000 334-687-9663 matc sunroof, good original owners S5panis Great ags saver, $300









se arin iq. on ad trdl p ingtmgtr, Hum- 334-655-1100. S Cralis '99 Sunliner w6 r s- 8 O LGLS bmi o 850k-2- m ai n u sed $1 &9
334-70-4892 2 or 3BR MH in m ngbird 565 TAC 33 with one 14' g $ 8Arow 27ft (850)592-2507 as mileage 8mi speed fuel injected down, $299/mo. Call

Grnwd ,$425-$435 b ge pump, live Well, r- l13l900 334 N r56233 180k miles some Steve Hatcher 334-
water/ sewer/garb 334-798-00106 I slide in very good Motorhome '86, 180 SAK$ I sm e
Miscellaneous lawncare incl. 850- t. 334699319 Pow. brakes & stee $ 85- loaded, 96K miles, work.$2500OBO850- YUNDAI '08 Accent
foreSale 569-$01015 eo No Motoraing, A/C, AM/FM, white, excellentcon- 579- 2136 Iv msg Excellent condition,
3/20 3 Do MW lotder B Terry Camper 16 A runs wel, ow miles, 2 OWSt e- d G odwition $6 000 0 $OBO850 309 0 05 -
2/2DW$375,/moth'slee 2p6-66.-0/m $Ford8'040Crown9V3cticO-ak5EMPG,8tOLmiDsOA,
E G c TRs Me /2 o B$lmo i ner 95' Capri Ok leeps 6. A/C. Fair cond. Has leak stone Laredo L 334-703-3784so 7 38 0 ro nV5ctb- W trA5 nX$5smissin,






















BF &r Tired s ialoneCaror, no $14carriage0 EPENABLE NEWSPAPER New00334 251 P. CS $2oy call 850)293320 43
lKE NEW pets 850-569-2031 20t. 290 HP Runs& & 45 3/oCADILLAC006 DTS miles; drives like a
I looks good e 3ft. 3-slides, 2-A/C, 850 526 2840. 0318.$24,500 obo. Exccond leather dream $8700 321- Hyundai 96 Elantra
Size 305/65 R17 3/2 in C'dale, no pets, Mercruicer engine 5.5 K Generator, I Motor Homes/Ro l ke new, sirde G es od ethe iDres. el Uair CoEE











onsa puppes d to eat 1 tAo$5drinko for Pl$nts,150l=o0,3 8 850-2 sif loadus2ed.T,7 Ei Ge no s e n
on nice aluminum CHA $425850-28- $5500. 334-685-2222 pets, Exc. Cond. FORD -'96 F15 fully loaded. $12,900. -2 -4053/579- Trans. work with
wheels. 8 Lug. 1594 v message 7 Concord Coachman 334-701-1836 S DVD Ster. syst. $850
off 3/4 ton Chevy Bayliner Trophy 97' $36500 334-714-4001 Green, 5 speed, 6cyl, auto, 59K mi.$9,900. OBO 334-475-6267 or
$1,000.00 3/2 MH all elec. 20 ft. cuddy cabin '05 Motor Home. 23' CK 234K miles, 70K on Cadillac'94 334-798-2747 334-475-0084
lawncare incl.$550 Ocean Pro very good 28' L, sleeps 8, Like over payments.850- OUT THE OK,body damage, ham. Top cond., fully FORD 2000 Mustang, Infinity '97 J30
dep. 850-592-4625 ond. trailer new. $16,000. 334 593-5103 $695 v msg restored(850)592-2507 4 7980 BO 160K, white, fair cond 142, 000 miles. -
RAINBOW Cleani $5,900. 334-596-1694 347-1887 or 334-449- a334)677-7501 ig r334- 3-3980 $1,900 334-718-5576 $3,500., 334-687-7956
Systems SE-E2 used Mobile Homes Caravelle -'07 21'5" 36ft workhorse chas-t 1 e05 TP c 4i
/ ranty.Must in Parks Bowrider. 45 hours sis 8.1 gas engine, s
sale 334-794-5766 C Mercruiser 350 MPI a22k mi., no smk, 7kw.
7$500-$1300. Rent to Own: 2 & 3BR @a260 hp. Bimini top. w agen. 3 s, SAT, 2 TV, 2,
MH 's. Lot rent ncl. Snap in carpet and A/C,auto leveling,(850)5922507
pet ga tiS 3432/850-814-6515 cessories included, tow/brake system, e 5
Call for all of the ex- Dutchmen 40 ft. '05 Jeep Wrangler (850)592-2507
RV mounted in MH tras. Excellent condi- Travel Trailer '06 Unlimited 41k mi,
park, electric, water, tion. $27,000.00 OBO. a8At0o a il, 6 cyl $75kAX 4 m
S trash, 5 miles south (334)300-1122. 38B-DSL, Sleeps 8 Auto air, 6 cyl, $75k..
of RCC. $450 month. 2 Slideouts, Loaded, je ep, $ot k wi thout
3347187576 Mariner trolling mtr. Like new. $20,500. cond. selling due to
Ir" o3Pets Porl rd aI. H c$2700., 334-726-1434 334-406-4555 1 health. 850-352-2810Foia .... .CO L E 507 Sr-im
Your pet deserves alo I resident afOr sale Bowrider w/wake 10" 15 amp BASKETMAKING Echo chain saw, 14" New Singer Sewing Set of saw horses
Ing, caring home, An ad board tower.350mag Firestorm tabel saw REED- 4 LG ROLLS bar, $95 850-593- machine, never used $10 850-593-











o a free pet m draws 300hp, like new, JsroO tw/legs $75 850-593- $20 (850)592-2507 856305/272-7744 $200 850-482-2724 6305/272-7744
oIsefllyom anlmalft al $28,000. e334-470-8454 C6305/272-7744w $ Black & Decker AFOLDINGs LAWN Nice beige627243 piece Severa Formal
rese ch or u lspu. Fiv sher '01 Hawk 18 l285 adult 10 speed bi- Workmate $15 850- CHAIR- blue $5 living room set. In- Gowns $25-$50. Vari
poses. re- foot, Class 2, with cycles, both have ba- 593-6305/272-7744 (850)592-2507 cludes, couch and ous sizes e call
O it W hfl1board motor With $40/ea 850-594-9923 Bow- mathews mis- Fridgidaire 40" Elec. recliners, and
FLORe taier, fshlin s B 3A N 2 antio que $ sion X3 fully loaded Range, good cond. separate recliner. SMALL BROILER;
D HomesfoSaleu trolling otor, e a c- isFID valances, tea rose broadheads, includes
excDmatog 673Homs0fr30.3 assa 0 Bemini, from JCP, $30/ea 850- hard case. $400 Futon, blonde wood $500 (850)573-0599 (850)592-2507
3/2 BkAM/FM read iorg, on vr592-3261 (850)573-0598 arms $100 850-593- Nice Oak Ent. ctr oL O
3 reg.- JackRusseltLOKIN t06305/272-7744 GF- wi ha SOLID OAKCaE
o3- 4k Ho board charge, cover, LOOKING FOR iMATUR, A 535 QA SL IE7 W/L cr BE-4
C r a e3/2 N Romo very well kept inder L C t 2 office chairs, blue & BOYDS BEAR- COL Gas Grill- used once net $250 850-272- AE 5
bPups. T-colored & 1 S F -selter. $1 4 DEPENDABLE NEWSPAPER mho $ 0e a LT C $25100 (O850)209-2207 40S3/579-4829(805
black & white. Single Carport 685-7319 e850-209-0425 (850)592-2507 701 (850)592-2507
Excellent quality. 26X30 Storagebldg irlspageant dress, OMEGA JUICER
Clehn environment X-Lg Lot Dothan, Fisher 07' 1600 Alu- CARRIERS 5fgallon ShopVac $15 Boys baseball cleats sz2 $25 850-526- Vesetable-FRUIT Like Sport craft treadmill,
Parents on site. W/S. AL 334-796-9566 minum Bass Boat 40 850-593-6305/272- sz 8 & 9, $20/ea 0086 new $50 very god cond. $100
4Mercury 4 stroke,9 7744 &/ 850-526-0086 (w50)850-209-0425
$250. 334-886-2524. low hours, loaded, Girls shoes $30, Boys(850)592-2507
Free dogs-& puppies ( t-Acreage i like new, $7,900. 334- ALFORD 7 bottles Mona Vie Brewn Turkey FigI shoes$15,bothysize2 versizedRecliner, STEPHEN KING
850 2714-5860 health drink. $75 for Plants, 1 gal. $10, 3 850-526-0086 emerald green $125 BOOKS- 1ST Editions
-4 4Comp LkiniHillsl E ST 17' 6" like all 7. 850-209-2036. gal. $15 850-592-8769 850-272-4053/579- $10 & UP
u v. Lg lot, bor- new, suzuki mtr 115 t&LoveseaIgood
fm hp 4 stroke, gps trot- w/ 60 rounds of am- COLLECTIBLES $5 & condo. $350 850-272- R&IR Stereo System
bers can rent RV ling mtr. cd/fm/am. mo $160 850-263- UP (850)592-2507 4053/5794829 -eBOOKS-Manyto 2Speakers $150 850-
sires boats cabirse $16000. 334.347-1887 2701 Childs carriage run- Goldwing Cover CY- choose $5 272-4053/579-4829
plaayvtennfis, ride or 3344490t6 k Adjustable cargo bar about trike w/bicycle CLE SAK $25,OIL FIL-
swim in the n ool Royal "_ s 1tn ft. sticw k for pickup truck $15 wheels $20 850-482- TERS Pine computer cabi- Teal look pub table &
$12.500 080 850832- steering boat w,60 850-592-8769 8700 (850)592-2507 net w/plenty of stor- 4 chairs $150 850-


















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Automobiles Classics & Antique Motorcycles ilers-Tractors s-HeavyD cks-Heavy Duty LegalNotices LgalNces
forSale IFORD '77F100 in accordance with the Permitting Au- and how the petition- VEHICLE IS RE-
cy., short wheel the provisions of thority by close of er received notice of DEEMED FROM THE
-.. S INCOME base, runs & looks Chapter 403, Florida business (5:00 p.m.) the agency action or SAID LIENOR BY PAY-
OPPORTUNITY bSgood. $2,500 00. Statutes (F.S.) and on or before the end proposed decision; MENT AS ALLOWED
STAINLESS g735,5004004 Chapters 62-4, 62-210 of the 14-day period. (d) A statement of all BY LAW, THE ABOVE
STEAL,DINER 3347355404 and 62-212 of the If written comments disputed issues of DESCRIBED MOTOR
STYLE Florida Administra- received result in a material" fact. If VEHICLE MAY BE
Beautiful project or tona CO ION Chevytive Code (F.A.C.). significant change to there are none, the SOLD TO SATISFY
20K Bartecartl T 18 C SSIN TChev04 Silverado The proposed project the Draft Permit the petition must so THE LIEN. IF THE MO-
lite Loded $ 5B2 curyTurnpike Cruis- Tpe) 5 FiST Sport LUDES 3500,1 Ton, Sharpe, is not exempt from Permitting Authority state; (e) A concise TOR VEHICLE IS NOT
West Man Car Sales er 4 door, black, Bike, carbon ex., nw INC E& Duramax, 6.6L, Dually air permitting re- shall revise the Draft statement of the ulti- REDEEMED AND RE-
LLC191 West Main Power back tires, brakes, 334 GRIDDLE, HOT TowPkg/power quirements and an Permit and require, if mate facts alleged, MAINS UNCLAIMED
St. 334 699-5880 windshield.Gigantic 693-9390 or 701-5588 cLD TRAYS, trailing mirrors, crew air permit is required applicable, another including the specific OR CHARGES FOR RE-
Sd engine, Push United Motor Scooter RPILSING TRAYS, cab, ext. bed. loaded, FOD'89 F150, 4wh, to perform the pro- Public Notice. All facts the petitioner PAIR AND STORAGE
JEEP 06 Wrangler, button trans. Will '08.80mpg, 1000 mi.'s $9,000. Ex., gas mileage 4x4 Auto, $5,300 229- posed work. The comments filed will contends warrant re- REMAIN UNPAI, THE
EP6ra ngler l08 m 10 i89-B Super Cond., 39 Permittin Authority be made available versal or modifica- VEHICLE MA BE
soft top, 49K miles, 2 need a few parts. $3000. mfw 4456302 334-389-216 A334-8520, 229-296-
dor t,4 i 2 a e a $3000. m 445-6302 334-389-2816 S $23,000. 481718 r responsible for mak- for public inspection, tion of the agency's SOLD AFTER 60 DAYS
drive. $13,000. 334- pickup so will trade Yamaha-01 RoadStar Fr---g t L ne-:06'- ing a permit determi- proposed action; (f) FREE OFALLPRIOR
685-3046 fora soodwork t Midnight Ed 1600, t Ulliston 6000, field F ht Liner 06 exc. ation for this proj- Petitions: A person A statement 'of the LIENS WHATSOEVER,
truck.Call/text 796- cover,3000+ miles. ready, shelter kept. condo. asking for pay ect is the Depart- whose substantial in- specific rules or stat- UNLESS, OTHERWISE
0755- Nights and Black $ 5,100. OBO $1000.334-347-4283 off, 334-618-9383 334- ment of Environmen- terests are affected utes the petitioner PROVIDED BY COURT
P weekendsonly pis. (334) 655-9111 or 334-447-2572 692-3115 Contract w/ tal Protection's Air by the proposed per- contends require re- ORDER. THE ABOVE
Massey Ferguson 240 Great Wide if qualify Resource Section in emitting decision ma versal or modifica- DESIGNATED LIENOR
Motorcycles 400 hrs like new Mitsubishi '06 Raider the Northwest Dis- petition for an ad- tion of the agency's PROPOSED TO SELL
S$9,800. OBO 334-794- 2007 Copper Cannon Duro Cross, Crew trict Office. The Per- ministrative hearing proposed action in- THE MOTOR VEHICLE
3226 Keystone 5th wheel Cab, V8, Loaded, 32K mitting Authority's in accordance with cluding an explana- AS FOLLOWS:
w/ 2 slides, sharp. $14,500. 334-791-0646 physical and mailing Sections 120.569 and tion of how the al-
Lexus '00 ES300 Vn Call for details. address is: 160 Gov- 120.57, F.S. The peti- leged facts relate to PUBLIC AUCTION TO
Platimum Model 98K $Vans 29.500. Offers! ielti9 ernmental Center, tion must contain the the specific rules or BE HELD AT CHIPOLA
Loaded $7,200 West '05Vmax 334-805 4906. i Suite 308. Pensacola, information set forth statutes; and, (g) A FORD 4242 LAFAY-
Main Car Sales LLC anniv. edition in 1978 Chevy Step Van, Florida 32502-5794. below and must be statement of the re- ETTE ST. MARIANNA,
1919 West Main St a flame red, excel does not run, $500. Chevy '06 Silverado Navistar'98 Eagle, The Permitting Au- filed with (received lief sought by the pe- FL 32446 COMMENC-
34-699-5880 '06 HD Dyna Wide cond. 6K mi., 1198cc NEG. 334-347-0619 1500 Pickup, reg. cab, with 525E Cummings thority's telephone by) the Department's titioner, stating.pre- ING AT 8:00 A.M. ON
S cond, 6K mi., 1198 cc 2 WD, long wheel engine, new tires, all number is 850/595- Agency. Clerk in the cisely the action the THE 2ND DAY OF
Lincoln 01'Excutive Glide-FXDWG. Black. & incl. sissy bar, Chevy 03' Astro van base, 34,500 mi. 850- equipment included, 8300. Office of General petitioner wishes the APRIL, 2010.
Series 03Kmi. Like new. customs guard. cover & trickle Ltpack. 61K actual 482-7369. excellent running Counsel of the De- agency to take with
w/rig se., power 6600 mi. $14,750. 404- chger $6,200.334- mi. rear air, very nice condition. $10,500. Project File: A corn- apartment of Environ- respect to the agen- STATEMENT OF
windows &. seat., 578-1482 jeff@ 333-5854 or emal cond. $7,800. OBO CHEVY8, s66, cuswb, autom 334-803-5072.or 334- plete project file is mental Protection at cy's proposed action. OWNERS RIGHTS
w. lumbareater truthinsong.com kess@comcast.net 3475560 after 6pm Vavailable for public 3900 Commonwealth A petition that does
int. new tires adult 2003vYZ125, bought Chrysler '95 Voyager, runs& looks good. Sono '03 GMC. inspection during the Boulevard, Mail Sta- not dispute the mate- NOTICE THAT THE
driven exc. cond. new in 2005, $2000; V6, auto, seats, Needs some work. Extended Cab 4.3V6 normal business' tion #35, Tallahas- rial facts upon which OWNER OF THE MO-
$6,900. cash firm 2007 YZF250, great power am/f cass. $2,500. 334-745-5404 Eingine Automatic hours of 8:00 a.m. to see, Florida 32399- the Permitting Au- TOR VEHICLE OR ANY
334-790-4892 shape and well main- YAMAHA 06 newt rs NOW CHEVY '87 delux 10 Powerwbrakes & 5:00 p.m.,, Monday 3000 (TelepHone: thority's action is PERSON CLAIMING
tained. $4000. Buy Roadster 1700cc, $1975 OBO 850-592- Red w/blk stripes windows. Clean through Friday (ex- 850/245,2241). Peti- basedshall state that INTEREST IN ORLIEN
ULncoln,'07 MKZ, both for $5000. Black, Motorcycle. 2832 $2000. 334- 714-9558 $7,800. Call 792-0603. cept legal holidays), tions' filed by any no such facts ard in THEREON HAS A
Light tan w/beige in- 334-726-3842 5000 mile. Van-e at the physical ad- persons other than dispute, and other- RIGHTTO A HEARING
teor, leather heated 5000miles. Vance L address indicated those entitled to wise shall contain AT ANY TIME PRIOR
teats, her heated Big Dog06'md# Hines Exhaust Sy.- above for the Permit- written notice under the same information TO THE SCHEDULED
airbags, 37k m, NA- Mastiff 14,500K mi. tem. 4 helmets andl ting Authority. The Section 120.60(3), as set forth above, as DATE OFSALE BY FIL-
DA $21,175 sell for black, 117 cubic inch gel cushion One LegalNotices complete project file F.S., must be filed required by Rule 28- ING A DEMAND FOR
$17,900 850-814-0155 engine, 6-sp. Baker rage includes the Draft within 14 days of 106.301, F.A.C. A HEARING WITH
$17,900850-814-0155 trans. V&H D&G owner, garage kept. Permit, the Technical publication of this THE CLERK OF THE
Lincoln Town Car '91 chrome spear air in Like new. $8000. LF14888 Evaluation and Pre- Public Notice or re- Because the adminis- CIRCUIT COURT IN
V8 motor, mint cond., take X gaurd warr. 334.618-5833. Ford 95 Windstar CHEVY91. Ton 12h liminary Determina- ceipt of a written no- trative hearing proc- THE COUNTY IN
burgundy, 39,390. Lots of extras bike lo- an selling for par at Bed Dump Truck PUB NOTICE tion, the application twice, whichever oc- ess is designed to WHICH THE MOTOR
Newtires niceint., catedinTroy Al. YAM A08 V-star only $500. 334-691- Fat Bed Dump Trck OF INTENT TO ISSUE and information sub- curs first. .Under Sec- formulate final agen- VEHICLE IS HELD BY
needs back shocks. $6,800334e850L7077k50,229--
needsbackshocks'. $16.800 334-850-7077 250 l Bs Li e' .2987 334-701-5516 850,22 6 4- A8R1PERMIT mitted by the appli- tion 120.60(3), F.S., cy action, the filing THE LIENOR AND BY
$2000. 334-897-5482. FZ Suzuki Low miles Li e new! 3 8 2 -17 0 cant (exclusive of however, any person of a petition means MAILING COPIES OF
$2000. 3348975482. 5079col- Asking $2695, 1 Cherokee Florida Department confidential records who asked the Per- that the Permitting THE DEMAND FOR
lectors item. cyl. 2 334-693-5454 liof Environmental under Section mitting Authority for Authority's final ac- HEARING TO ALL
ngroke condoter. ScooterMopeds $1500 850-352 4724 Protection Air 403.11-1, F.S.). Inter- notice of agency ac- tion may be different OTHER OWNERS AND
e c cond Scooters/oped Resource Section, ested persons .may tion may file a peti- from the position LIENORS AS RE-
33477street legal.4-51295.774 PLYMOUTH 96 Grand Dodge '02 Dakota Northwest District contact the Permit- tion within 14 days of taken by it in this FLECTED IN THE NO-
2773a ater P.M. '05 Scooter, 90mpg, Voyager, 4 new tires Leather Int. Quadcab Office Draft Minor ting Authority's proj- receipt of that no- Public Notice of In- TICE.
S 2773 aer 5 P.M.- 49cc Hea Duty towing package, new Clean cond. Fully Source Air Construc- ect engineer for addi- tice, regardless of tent to Issue Air Per-
HARLEY DAVIDSON Like new, ow miles, power steering auto. 334-693-3980 tionPermitProject tional information at the date of publica- mit. Persons whose NOTICE THAT THE
Mazda 5,07' Grand '02 Fatboy with lots Lit see, ow$1200 ump, very clean, No.7775064-006-AC the address and tion. A petitioner substantial interests OWNER OF THE VEHI-
toumang exc condre of Chrome, Black. 77ow mileage, $3,250 Ford '00 Ranger, 101K Anderson Columbia phone number listed shall mail. a copy of will be affected by CLE HAS A RIGHT TO.
Heinag warr. 48K $10,250 352-303-2713 850-482-7739 81 af r ,ht/wwny ro iaptt
mainngwarr.48K $1250352-303-2713 850 OBO 334-687-9845 or miles, manual, new Company, Inc., above. In addition, the petition to the any such final deci- RECOVER POSSES-
mi. black $11,500 334-355-1118 tires. $4400 OBO. Marianna Plant No. electronic copies of applicant at the ad- sion of the Permit- SION OF THE MOTOR
334-445-3652 or256- Harey Davidson 02 tageCport Utility Vehicles 334-693-0685- -16 Jackson County, these documents are dress indicated ting Authority on the VEHICLE. WITHOUT
of chromeritage Classic, lotsFod'O2F1XLT, Florida available on the fol- above, at the time of applcation have the INSTITUTING JUDI-
Me S of chrome,0 0 '1603 Tahoe AWantel: |Ford'T2eF150-XLT, lowing web site: filing. The failure of right to petition' to CIAL PROCEEDINGS
MerHd. top conv.974KSL500 $3,.OBO.882409/798334-9478 3rd Seat, good cond., Autoobes red4WD Triton Applicant: The appli- http/wwwdepstat any person to file a become a party to BY POSTING A BOND
leather topconyt. Wine col- $11,000. OBO 334 685 V8/5.4L eng, 104,168 cant for this project e.fl.us/air/emission/ petition within the the proceeding, in IN ACCORDANCE
or 334-693-3980 Harley Davidson'03 3921 or 334-795841 Corvair for parts mi., Super Crew Cab, is Anderson Colum- apds/default.asp. appropriate time pe- accordance with the WITH THE PROVI
or 334-693-3980 Electra Glide, pearl 1965-69 will haul off. good tires, tool box, bia Company, Inc. riod shall constitute requirements set SIONS OF FLORIDA
Mercedes 98' SLK230, white, 100th anniver- Ch.v '04 Tahoe, 334-678-6990 $13,500. 334-894-1212 The applicant's au- Notice of Intent to Is- a waiver of that per- forth above. STATUTE 559.917.
leather, Hd. top, Con-' sary edition, 16K LS Beige, 83000 or 334-494-2823 thorized representa- sue Air Permit- The son's right to request
vert. Superchrged,4 miles, lots of chrome miesPW, PL, FORD '07 F250Suer and ad- Permitting Authority an administrative de- Mediation: Media- NOTICE THAT ANY
cy,0.Cd,3898K-ml & extras, garage Radio/CD, tinted 'gC y,^ dress is: Mr. Brian P. gives, notice of its in- termination '(hear- tion is not available PROCEEDS FROM
$9,500.334-898-1201 kept $11,000.334- wdws, running bds, Duty V-8 Crew Cab Schreiber, Secretary, tent to issue an air ing) under Sections for this proceeding. THE SALE OF THE
792-1344 $14,000. 850-718- 2008 F-250 Ford XLT, 2WD, 18K miles, Anderson Columbia construction permit 120.569 and 120.57, MOTOR .VEHICLE RE-
Mercury '01 Villager, 7040, 569-5774. Lariat Exc. Cond. Tan, $32,000334-688- Company, Inc., Post to the applicant for F.S., or to intervene LF14889 MAINING AFTER PAY-
great family van, Harley Davidson 05' GREAT CONDITION 13,176 Mi.$36,000 8606, 334-695-0688 Office Box 1829, Lake the project described in this proceeding MENT OF THE
300 down, $199/mo. FLHTCI Electra glide Truck is fully loaded FORD '07 F-350, 5.9 L' City, Florida 32056. above. The applicant and participate as a NOTICE OF LIEN AMOUNT CLAIMED
Low miles, Leather, classic 9,000 mi. 850-569-2840 DSL Crew Cab 50K has provided reason- party to it. Any sub- TO BE DUE AND OW-
loaded Call Steve black, loaded, bdddigtaexpcom 0 34 Facility Location: An- able assurance that sequent intervention Chipola Ford ING TO THE LIENOR
Hatcher334-791- $13800.334-714-9377 lt 695-7769, 695-7770 derson Columbia operation of pro- (in a proceeding initi- 4242 Lafayette St WILL BE DEPOSITED
8243. Harley Davidson 07' Chewovlet '06 1500 aCompany, 1 Inc., pro- posed equipment will ated by another par- Marianna, FL 32446 WITH THE. CLERK OF
Nissan05Altima,2.5 U Classic 12,000 Silverado e BUY M E poses to construct a not adversely impact ty) will be only at the 850-482-4043 THE CIRCUIT COURT
Nssan'05Atspeed ma,2km.5 mi. Pearl white, load- tendeca. Good replacement Hot-Mix air quality and that approval of the pre- FOR DISPOSITION
S, 5 speed, 32kmi. ed, great price cond.,$9,500. OBO Aspnaii Plant to be the project will com- siing officer upon 1993Ford, VIN # UPON COURT ORDER
likenewREDUCED 15,000.rm612396Tahoe, 334-798-3352 FORD'08F250 located in Jackson ply with all appropri- the filing of a motion 1FTCRQAPPA96260 PURSUANT TO SUB-
$10,900 850-482-2994 9898 or 334-673-3837 new49 100tires, power, CHEVROLET -'08 DIESEL,DVD 95,000 County at 2316 High- ate provisions of in compliance with SECTION (6) OF
Nssan'06AItima, verynice.$18,995 2500DuramaxLTZ miles, 4 door auto- way 71 in MarianneChapters 62-4, 62- Rule 28-106.205, LOCATED AT: FLORIDA STATUTE
sunroof, power doors White 850-579-4694 Loaded Z71 36K matic transmission, Florida. 204, 62-210, 62-212, F.A.C. Chipola Ford 713.585.
& window AM/FM, miles 4 door, Like New condition, 62-296 and 62-297, 4242 Lafayette St.
D 5milAes um4nua rans- BLUE exterior, TAN Project: The appli- F.A.C. The Permit- A petition that dis- Marianna FL 32446
$12,000.334-791-3081 mission, Like New interior, 4WD, ABS, cant proposes to re- ting Authority will is- putes the material
condition black exte- a/c, alloys, am/fm, place Plant No. 3 sue a Final Permit in facts on which the EACH OF YOU IS
Nissan '07 Altima rior, black interior, CD cruise driver with Plant No. 16. accordance with the Permitting Authori- HEREBY NOTIFIED LF14892
2.5SL, Black, 34,200 HARLEY DAVIDSON 4WD, $37,000 airbag, leather int., Plant No.16 is a 300 conditions of the pro- ty's action is based THAT THE ABOVE
mi., bose stereo, HARLEYDAVIDSON 09 passenger airbag, PL, ton per hour Hot-Mix posed Draft Permit must contain the fol- NAMED LIENOR PUBLIC AUCTION
moon roof, spoiler, '08-1200 Sportster (334)726-1209 PS, PW, sun roo Asphalt Plant. Par- sr
moon roof, spoiler '081200 Sportster pS. PWsun roof, Asphalt Plant. Par- unless a timely peti- lowing information: CLAIMS. A LIEN PUR-
leather int. very Custom, 108 miles, e'09 HHR LT1 I tdw pk $28,000 ticulate Matter emis- tion for an adminis- (a) The name and ad- SUANT TO SECTION. Mallory Towing and
clean, Like new. warranty, Like new. silver, leather heated 'k (229)942-0667 sions are controlled trative hearing is dress of each agency 713.585, FLORIDA Recovery, Inc. will
$15,000. obo, $8,70, 334-702-4778. seats, all pwr, at, cd "- by a pulse jet filed under Sections affected and each STATUTES, ON THE hold a public auction
334-372- 0702 or $8700334-7023, 17" H polish FORD 2005 Lariat baghouse. The plant 120.569 and 120.57, agency's file or iden- ABOVE DESCRIBED on, March 3, 2010 at
334-432-0302. Harley Davidson '08 ed alum. whis. 19K, F350 Dually, 4X4, may burn natural F.S., or unless public tification number, if MOTOR VEHICLE FOR 2:00 P.M. on a:
Electra Glide Classic, $14,500. 334-793- loaded, trailer brks, gas, No. 2, NO. 3, No. comment received in known; (b) The REPAIR AND STOR-
4000 miles, 1 year 4189/334-790-4857 sunroof. 139K miles 4, No. 5 and No. 6 fuel accordance with this name, address and AGE CHARGES AC- 2002 Honda, 4 Door,
warranty left. Ce 9Tho, $18,995.334-791-6514 oil containing 1.0 % notice results in a telephone number of CRUED IN THE Gold in Coor VIN#
$17,000.334-618-4436Chvy'99Tahaoaor less sulfur as well different decision or the petitioner; the AMOUNT OF $552.61. 1HGCG56432A035842
limited edition, all Ext-cab 360 Mag Ford 2009 King Ranch as on-spec used oil. a significant change name address and THESE STORAGE
Harley Davidson'08 power, 141K miles. num 4 barrel holly SDS F-250 6.4 LV8 Emissions .are also of terms or condi- telephone number of CHARGES WILL CON- Auction will be held
Low Rider, less than $5300 OBO 334-618- hunter green, Diesel. turbo 5 sp. limited by limiting tions. the petitioner's rep. TINUE TO ACCRUE AT at Mallory Towing
3K mi. black, warran- 7381/334-702-4394 Custom fiberglass auto trans. Forest the production to resentative if any, THE RATE OF $25.00 and Recovery Inc.
Nissan 07 Patfinder ty, perfect cond. Chevy Trailblaer 08 hood, 22" hood Green ext. Camel 500,000 tons of as- Comments: The Per- which shall be the PER DAY. 4141 West Lafayette
Nissn 7Pathfdrany xtras. $13,500 ralbar scoop, stainless Leather int. Loaed, phalt per year and miting Authority will address for service Street in Marianna,
SE, Black, Auto. 56K3rd 850-26-2790 & Rear air Exc Cond. k, S 31K mA/C grill & bumpers w/options. Family limiting the amount accept written corn- purposes during THE LIEN CLAIMED FL., 850-526-5646.
ml. leather nt., 3rd HARLEY DAVIDSON & Rear air Exc. Cond. Snap on tread death forces sale. of total fuel oil used ments concerning course of i the pro- BY THE ABOVE
rowseat, Likenew. 20031200Sportster $15,000. 334-791-9115 Am tool b, 6" 3,100 mi. Asking $45K to 1,200,000 gallons the proposed Draft ceeding; and an ex- NAMED LIENOR IS Mallory Towing and
$16,000.334-897-0582 100th anniv. edition. Ford '06 Expedition lift kit, 6" glass 334-687-3171 per year. Permit or a period of planation of how the SUBJECT TO EN- Recovery Inc. re-
Lots of chrome. Black 36K Rear Air packs, alum. racing 14 days from the petitioners substan- FORCEMENT PUR- serves the right to
Nissan '08Altima $7,500. 334-701-3974 3rd Row Seat, Leath- rims Lots of extras! FORD '77, F100, 350, Permitting Authority: date ofpubljcation of tial rights will be af- SUANT TO SECTION reject any and all
UNDER WARRANTY, 3 er $22K Neg. Like REDUCED $4800OBO V8, long wheel base, Applications for air this Pubic Notice. fecte by the agency 713.585, FLORIDA bids.,
LIKE NEW! $200 down Harley Davidson '87 New 334-718-0087 auto, ps/pb, runs & construction permits Written comments determination (c) A STATUTES, AND UN-
$269 per mo. CalRon FXR Superlide, Cus- GMC'00 Jimmv I lks gd $2,500 are subject to review must be received by statement of when LESS SAID MOTOR Date: March 15, 2010


Ellis j34-/14-uuzu8 tom paint, lOS ot .or I tY, I
chrome, $9500850 great cond.. $4200
Nissan '08 Sentra, 260-1666 OBO 850-526-2491
4DR., like new! $200 ask for Tom
down, $229/mo. Call -. o Jimmy
Ron Ellis 714-0028. .GM'9 n
Power Windows &
Nissan '89 Stanza 93K Seats, leather.
miles, A/C, power moonroof, new auto
windows & locks, transmission,
cruise control. $1400. y premium sound
334-648-5817 Harley Sportster 06' system. Good
Orange 1200R. Vance condition $2.975.00.
Pontiac '08 G6 GT & Hines Short Shots. 671-8200 or 796-9606
MUST SELL! $200 braided lines. 8.90 GMC 9 Yukon SLE.
down $249 per month mi $17.995. 7948037 aM p'o Yk m le.
Call Ron Ellis all power.81K miles.
334-714-0028 Honda 04' Goldwing $5500 899.3703
CL1600 Trike cram- Hummer '06 H3. 11k
PONTIAC 1965 pion side car. red. 8K miles. moon rool.
Tempest4door mi..c. cond. leather seat. satilite
with 326 engine, $21.000 334.790-1467 radio, blue erxterior.
Runs greatl Good t.,.r .h........,m $22.495 OBO.798-9695
condition. $3000., -.- I.
3797-eS loJee '04 Wrainniler.


Toyota 'Q Matrix lesard Excavaton SelfS S el S torageuervices Offered dPaintingMusical
GREAT GAS MILEAGE. sof tops. AMFM CD. Repair
FULLY LOADED. LOW AClilt. and cruise. r General HEWI
down4$250 per month Self Storage Housen Iainting & Prure Mu.se/Band
Call 334-791 8243 Ask ."M Nleaning, Inc. e S rHo
for Steve Hatcher Climate Controlled r Office 0
VTXI300R S Beaut- Grader Pan *24 Hr hIce % GUNS Reordin Cleaning
ful Carndy Black Cher EXcaaltr *.e. Pad Enin GUNS I record & mix
r. k miles. Jeep 04Wrangler X Dump Truck Pr .th- GetCall Debra from my home
asking $57000 4.0L 6cyl 5.pd 4WD Bulldozer 2Id ,lonih FREL 30 Years in Business 526-2336 I V n Maoranna.
Honda '06 CTX 1300 Khaki dcr. Suo-Tp, AC -n- I iY.Niiini I ickI Henell .
TOYOTA '08 Yaren 3D Cruiser Like New am.'fmi.cd mp3. alloy D-moliiIIn IFree OLD Bascom, FL. I Intel esteomoll
10K Mi. under war. 4200 Mi. $6600 OBO whls. Mopar bmpr & D.bri, Rem alI O NSII ontocintoo m
ranty, great gas mile- 134806-1322 grilgr Exc.C rCond. R Inon Pri, d Estmates (850) 288-2701 (850) 569-2215 aresmcgralh2@
age, loaded $12,500 Honda 06' Rebel Solid LOW MILES 37,300 Grading grnail corr
OBO 334-775-3028 white winshield & $17,999. OBO Home improvement Maid/Housekeeping Homemprovement
sadile bgs 2600 m. 334-803-6882 Site Prep Flooring Sales & Home improvements Maid/Housekeepi AVAILABLE HOMEWORKS
$3000. 34-886- Leveling InOO INC. ELIABLE Repa & Additions "Beautiication
3326 334-714-1110 JEEP 1987 Wranglern_ E
4. ac. ps, ac, at, M RTopIAallAHFill DintW4AlM
HONDA '06 Shadow, new engine/trans/r Always A eprSale. p NH ofE YourH ome"



Toyota Camry red DIk flame-$54000. int.2.55K mi. Tile^I Decks/Porches *Metal Roofing |* Energy Edlil t Carpentry/Painting
Candy Apple Rea. 2.8 tires, hard top. 792- Natal tone R Gen Repairs and GIFT CERTIFICATES BY
mile, LI40KE NEW. 80187 92-8827.a $6500.mprCallDonnie men Locally M red AVnIBLE HOM WR026KS
229 296-8171 Nissan 04' Murano Since 1960 InsuredSales & INCllation 8504827377 g "Beautification
loaded, new tires entry contractors Put over 30 yrs. a9 i' e.n o o
Honda 07 Shadow color pewter, leather s Aeat 334-793-1544 Auto&Cycle Home Improvement Computerling of Your Home"
Commutercar. 3348926144/6794545 7$6 5489 $3,900. OBO Nissan 09 4- NaturalStone Gen PO ralE BpairsN ServiceReferences& Repair Instaaions
21,000 miles. Still un- Honda '08 Goldwing 673-0823 Adhesives Refere nces AvailableTS .Custom Trim Acce.-, .V ,
der warranty $16,900. Approx. 40K Mi. Ga- NISSAN '06 Pathfind- Grout Call Donnie La Maa d Available #0 General Repairs
334-726-2972 rage Kept, Red. Ask- er LE, 270hp, b ose illiam H. Long, Jr.








ed 13K0034419- ssurndeld, *3 Bath L Iwtche Upgrmle .-- t ENERBY 811.n
TOYOTA '10 silver334-6721655 334-714-4831 audio w/6scCD AC&Heating Sales & Installation 8504827377 ll
Prius, brand new, w/ HONDA '98 Valkyrie remote keyless entry Contractors Put over 30yrs. 850-209-9395 *i 802963693-056 I ''I
extended warranty: Tourer all original, 34,263 miles. Experience to
gps, solar/moon roof low miles, runsgreat 334-793-1544 Exren orOUAt&ce Iom te
etc. 334-899-4545 asking $6,500 e R tfor2YOU!Auto&RCycleImprovement Computer
Toyota '96 Tercel, 334-6935454 miles, loaded, white. AIS PP &YAfter Hours & Weekend POLE BARN 'S
157k miles, runs Kawasaki 07 Vulcan $17,000 334-790-6700 Appointments Available KITS





great, $11,00 o w 850-482- 1600 Mean Streak OYOTA '06 Fou r A ditie N ee a NE D a l
7719 Ed. 1100 Mi $65001CoFa T A or
77 e 0 OBO334-441-7909 50 Runner SR5, 2wd, i, M/C VISA- DISCOVER LocallyOwned ESTIMATE QUALITYSERVICE
Volkswagen06Bee-Vun59,700 mileslwhite, Mo i I 9-:3 O SdTOO SMALLQDUALITY PRICEI
tie, auto, diesel, 42K Kawasaki '08 Vulcan excellent cond.Supplis Mon-Fri 9-4:30 M
ed. $16,000. 334-897- miles, windshield, -o ih u)trhanusuaaie .:. coo rW F M
2497 or 334-672-1655 saddlebags, red. 34Re- c"aie n,40rs-Tractors G odna &shootRockIAft5tata ENERGY BILL
VW '06 Passat, load- 692-3337 or 796-5421 -,&8- 8ir3146 or 229- Classified hs it! t)0- glad to assist you. ll r-
ed, blue/black, GPS, 1999 254 AG-MASTER5 a I g i -itlaloli lliTi lll rr,,ers, ce W .
Mdsattalite radio, new Tractor, 4 wd withI Piacies a ec 0ks S ,,I
trstlike newei wnrt-In StisMUFOR PIJ
tires, like new inside mlat.I H2900 Borden St ........ .. 2822 B Hwy 71
& out. 119K, moving $2000. 334-522-6709,ELIE
overseas. $12,000. Bushhq 9044 fieldLLS.Auto & Cycle (856)4 4 850-573-180 W 33889
334-347-0414 ready, shelter kept. T r ECtCleanitig Services Buildozing 0_
VW '07 Rabbit, wasa 09' ZX14 $10,500 OBO. 334-_y
manual,34Kalloy Ka 3474283 334-447 Need a VEHICLE? NEED TO
wheelslike Monster energy edi- 2572 orfnBAD CREDIT?
new$11,800 tion. pipes, power Buy Here, Pay Here PLAC e
334-983-8399 commander, high FORD TW 15 Tractor 'l **Can Finance-
flow air filter, low w/cab, o 40hp, exc. Commerce a AS LOWAS AN AD ALTHA, FL
milassics7&0.ntiquesmi condo. $12,100. obo
(Classics&_Ant i les.334-790-1852.. 2 cultivator sold sep.8& &Residentia BadC$ WNredit, Repos,807640
334790185rScooter 334-701-18362I lml(m SlowCredit, Past It's simple, Cell 850.832.5055
1974 Chevrolet 2Moo Motor Scooter 4rowinectfBankruptcy...Okay. Fem in tET
Camaro LT 350 V 5' 2 58-1638 cide applicator W * n,.isi'aiijll warranty on call one our friendly WE OFFER C-M
4sp factory ac re $1650 258638 w/double boxes, for .aDxvwleb every vehicle sold
storation project, Red Kawasaki 09' two chemicals 25 I 7RIDEUmgb CALL TODAYN Classified representativesM I
80% complete. NADA Ninja Like New 250R mounted on tool bar. "RIETOA and they wiYllbec as ie sto y
$12,000.,.needs home w/ jacket 3,500. mi. Good condition. $400. YOu name it,.. 7 Ask for Steve adteEMwl eOl t'.
asking $9,500. 334- $3,995. 334-692-3211 229-758-3146 or 229- Classified has i f 14#001145 1 8334450573297 glad to assist you.


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10 OA Tuesday, March 16, 2010 Jackson County Floridan


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www.JCFLORIDAN.com


Chipola Dean of Students retires


Dr. Joan Miller, Chipola College Dean of Student Services, was honored at a retirement party in
February. She served as dean of student services since 2001 and as an administrator, academic advi-
sor and faculty member at Chipola since 1982. Here, Dr. Miller, surrounded by family, accepts an
engraved silver tray from Chipola President Dr. Gene Prough. Contributed photo


BCF prof judges, performs


at Renaissance Festival


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Dr. Joan Miller, Chipola
College dean of student services,
was honored at a retirement party
in February.
She served as dean of student
services since 2001 and as an
administrator, academic advisor
and faculty member at Chipola
since 1982.
Dr. Miller represented the col-
lege by. serving on many
statewide committees for the
Articulation Coordinating
Committee and the Florida
Academic, Counseling and
Tracking for Students System,
FACTS.org. She also served as
state chair of the Student Life
Skills Committee for the Florida
Statewide Common Course
Numbering System.
She was' chair of the
Educational Programs
Committee; as the Governance
Council liaison to the
Educational Support Services
Committee; as a member of the
Substantive Change Committee;
and as a member of the
Compliance Certification Team,
achieving the college's- most
recent, Southern Association of


Colleges and Schools reaffirma-
tion in 2008.
Dr. Miller was nominated by.
her peers to receive the
Faculty/Administrator of the
Year Award in 1999 and by the
students to receive the 2000,
Distinguished Service Award.
She had three exemplary stu-
dent development practices -
Chipola Advising Manual,
Chipola Senior Day Program,
and Chipola Partners Program -
accepted as finalists for the
FACC Student Development
Commission: Dr. Miller present-
ed the Chipola Advising Manual
as an exemplary practice at the
National Academic Advising
Association Southeast Regional
Conference and at the 24th
Annual National Conference, and
was a finalist for the League for
Innovation Terry O'Banion
Shared Journey Award.
Dr. Miller served as a Chipola
Partner with several district, high
schools and developed and taught
Orientation and Career/Life
Planning classes.
She also served as the faculty
sponsor for the Chipola Baptist
Collegiate Ministry from 1982 to
1988.


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The music faculty at the Baptist College
of Florida in Graceville are frequently
asked to judge or perform during music
festivals, workshops, conventions and con-
ferences. This past, week, Associate:
Professor of Piano Angela Glover was
asked to participate in the Renaissance
Music Festival in Dothan, Ala., as a judge
and performer.
Glover was selected to judge because of
her musical expertise, 'experience and
years of musical training.
"I heard students of all levels and ages,
starting with age 5. It was refreshing to
hear so many students that were excited
about excelling in piano," Glover said.


After lending her judging talents to the
festival, she! also showcased her music by
partnering with Rosemary Hunter to per-
form a piano duo in the Renaissance
Music Festival's recital Sunday; March 7.
"I wanted the audience to feel the
excitement of the Mozart 'Sonata for Two
Pianos.' I hope the performance was true
to Mozart's style, with clean passage work
and phrasings," Glover said.
For more information on upcoming
music performances offered at BCF, call
263-3261, ext. 427.
Professor Glover, right, performs with
Rosemary Hunter at the Renaissance
Festival in Dothan, Ala.
Contributed photo


Public invited to March 25 meeting of Blue Springs group


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The public is invited to
attend a meeting of the
Jackson Blue Spring Basin
Working Group, Thursday,
March 25, in the
Continuing Education
Building Conference
Room at Chipola College.
Presentations begin at 9
a.m. and will run until 1:30


p.m. Chipola science pro- Jackson County Springs
fessor Allan Tidwell, Ambassador, will give an
Working 'Group -Project update of the Sinkhole
Coordinator,. will direct the Clean-up Project.
meeting. Edd Sorenson will give
Chuck Hatcher, director an update on cave system
of Jackson County Parks exploration.
and Recycling, will give an The documentary,
update on Blue Springs "Gimme Green: America's
Park projects and the mas- Obsession with Lawns,"
ter plan. will be presented.
Russell Williams, Tom Daniels, retired


educator and Millpond res-
ident, will discuss fishing
in the Millpond.
Tom Daniels, and John
and Becky Trott will dis-
cuss the history of the
Millpond.
.Darrell Smith will dis-
cuss the Suwannee River
Partnership.
David Wright, modera-
tor-IFAS will lead a panel


discussion with farmers
Craig Bishop, Larry Ford,
Jeff Pittman, regarding
farming in the Blue Springs
Basin.
Attendees are invited to
take a basin field 'trip to the
A.W. Hatcher Farm.
Old Timers' Day at Blue
Springs is set for May 8.
For .information, .contact
Allan Tidwell at 850-718-


2761, Ext. 3248 or e-mail-
tidwella@chipola.edu .


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Chipola Health Science pros


attend simulator conference


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
A team of professionals
from the Chipola College
Health Science department
including nursing faculty,
patient simulation coordina-
tor, paramedic instructors
and the director, attended
the Human Patient
Simulation Network con-
ference in Tampa. Some
1,000 health professionals
attended the international
conference, which included
numerous training sessions
on the application and learn-
ing environment related to
human patient simulators.
The Chipola team pre-
sented a scenario using an
interdisciplinary approach
to learning. The scene
began with a video clip from
the Sandra Bullock movie
"28 DaNs" The character
x\as drinking and driving
while using cocaine.- A
.motor vehicle accident
ensued and' paraimedic;.
emerged as the first respon-
ders. Audience volunteers
were recruited to serve in
the paramedic student role.
Another. volunteer served as
a student nurse, who assist-
ed'as the nursing staff corre-
sponded and worked in uni-
son. with the paramedics.
"The purpose of the train-
ing session was to heighten
the awareness of the various
roles and responsibilities of'
each discipline and develop
a deeper appreciation of the
teamwork necessary to cre-
ate the most favorable out-
come'for the patient, said
Vickie Stephens, Chipola
director of health science
programs.
The use of the human'
patient simulator creates a
realistic model that breathes
and speaks, with pulse and
blood pressure which can be
monitored.
The use of moulage -
the dressings, drainage,
wigs, clothing, etc. adds


A team of professionals from the Chipola College
Health Science department attended the Human Patient
Simulation Network conference in Tampa. 'Pictured from
left, are Keith Maddox, paramedic coordinator; Dr.
Karen Lipford, nursing professor; Kathy Leigh, nursing
professor; Ricky Winget, EMT coordinator; Amy
Sampson, SIMS lab coordinator and Vickie Stephens,
director of health sciences. Contributed photo


to the realism of the scene.
.A second video clip'
revealed a mock trial for the
crash victim, played by
Chipola nursing student
Sha. na Philips. She was
sentenced to 28 days of in-
patient treatment, as this was
not her first offense.
"This scenario provided a
combination of psychiatric
and medical issues that
required treatment,"
Stephens said. "Often the
entanglement with law
enforcement is the very first
entry into intensive mental
health treatment. People are
holistic beings and issues of
both the mind and body
should be addressed."
The final video clip was
created and compiled by
Amy Sampson, Chipola
Patient Skills lab coordina-
tor, depicting survival clini-
cal skills labs to the tune of
"I Will Survive", with nurs-
ing-related lyrics sung by
Chipola student Kylee
Shores. Phil Crawford per-
formed the sound editing for
the video.
Stephens indicated that


the presentation was a suc-
cess with positive feedback
during the question and,
answer sessioR.


"With the interdiscipli-
nary approach to learning by
pairing EMS personnel and
nurses, it reveals that team-
work does make the dream
work," Stephens said.
Several people from
Jackson County participated
in the project, including
Judge Woodrow Hatcher,
Prosecuting Attorney Shad
Redmon, Defense Attorney
Derrick Blount, and
Probation Officer Stacey
Goodson. Many Chipola
students from nursing, para-
medic and EMT, collaborat-
ed on the project.
The following employees
represented the college at
the conference: Keith
Maddox, paramedic coordi-
nator; Dr. Karen Lipford,
nursing professor; Kathy
Leigh, nursing professor;
Ricky Winget, EMT coordi-
nator; Amy Sampson, SIMS
lab coordinator and Vickie
Stephens, director of health
sciences.


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