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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 24, 2010
Copyright Date: 2010
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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reopens today


BY DEBBIE INGRAM
MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE
DOTHAN, Ala. Country Crossing managers and
operators are busy as spring bees preparing to reopen the
entertainment complex this morning, which has been shut
down for 53 days.
The announcement to reopen came on the heels of
Alabama Attorney General Troy King's announcement
Monday that he vta% taking over the Governor's Task
Force on illegal Gambling and relief ing.its commander.
John Tyson Jr., of his duties.
King also asked two state agencies not to conduct an\
more raids on gaming facilities, saying he intends to look
at the evidence and ask for a declaratory judgement in
, civil court.
Representatives of Country Crossing, located on U.S.
231 South in Houston County, said they are confident the
1,703 electronic bingo games in operation are legal under
the six-point test announced by the Alabama Supreme
Court in the Cornerstone case last fall.
"Right now, our managers are calling back employees
and getting ready to reopen," said Doug Rainer, commu-
nications director for Ronnie Gilley Properties. "We are
planning to open the doors at 8 a.m. Wednesday."
Darryl Worley's Worley Bird Saloon and Lorrie


Morgan', Hot Chicken \ iill reopr. .~ ,: toda\ The
GraScals Blue-rass HoIllo RV Pa}rand the George Jones
Possum Holler Bed andi Breakfast are also open.
John Anderson's Cafeteria will open in the next few
days.
Country Crossing is not surrendering its liquor license
and will continue to serve alcohol.
"Managers are being called as we open certain parts of
the facility," Rainer said Tuesday morning. "Vendors are
being contacted as we get back into the swing of opening
for business. Our management team worked all night last
night.
"The sheer Iougstics of opening back up is a process.
Our managers and operations staff ar-& working very hard
to be sure things are done nghi. This is going tobe a
process. Our operation is so large. We are not just a bingo
pavilion, .but an" entertainment complex, and want to be
sure we have everything in place."
Multiple food and beverage vendors were on site much
of the day Tuesday, as employees of Country Crossing
were being told what time to report to work.
The actual number of workers being called back initial-
ly is not yet known, Rainer said, but it is a day workers
have long anticipated.
See REOPENS, Page 7A'


,Workers for Lucky Lawn Service Inc. work on the flower
beds at Country Crossing on Tuesday afternoon in
preparation for today's reopening at 8 a.m. Jay
Hare / Media General News Service


Alford

hosting

final clinic

fundraiser
STAFF REPORT


The town of
Alford is
preparing for a
night in the
Mro Saturday, as HIS
Dr. Marion Care Clinic and
D.Thorpe its parent com-.
'pany HELPS
Inc. host its first gala fundrais-
er and silent auction.
The event will be held at La
Maison de Lucy in Alford. The
initial plans for using the Russ
House were altered due to lack
of space. The event will raise
money for a new clinic in
Marianna.
U.S. Senate Republican can-
didate Dr. Marion D. Thorpe
Jr., who is based in Broward
County, will attend the gala
fundraiser and be the keynote
speaker:
HELPS Inc. President
Angela McFarland says
Thorpe plans to share his 14-
point plan to address the health
care crisis for the state at large.
Thorpe is also the former
chief medical officer for
Florida's Agency for Health
Care Administration, an
appointment he received under
former Gov. Jeb Bush.
McFarland says all of the
event's proceeds will go
toward costs associated with
construction of the upcoming
HIS Care Clinic in Marianna,
which will hopefully break
ground in the next six months.
HELPS Inc. plans to build a
state-of-the-art clinic, offering
traditional and allopathic
health care therapies to the
community." The clinic will be
built on Old Cottondale Road
in Marianna, on the former
Pollock's Grocery Store site.
The land was donated by the
Pollock family in hopes of
revitalizing the blighted West
End neighborhood of
Marianna.
"We are really excited about
this gala and hope it will bring
in enough funding to really get
this clinic off the ground,"
McFarland said.
The gala will' begin with a
champagne reception at 6 p.m.,
with a networking session and
silent auction simultaneous
with the reception. The auction"
will be selling big-ticket items,


See CLINIC, Page 7A >


Students get a taste of drunk driving
]~ BY ASHLEY McKEEN
't,: ,,,,/ [FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER


Emergency Personnel hosted a dramatization for Malone seniors Tuesday to discourage drunk driv-
ing. Ashley McKeen/Floridan


Local author launches first book.


Margena Bell Myrick grew up in Marianna,
before Jackson Hospital and Marianna Garden
Apartments existed in her old neighborhood.
Back then, there were just woods beyond the
home of her grandparents, Maggie and Henry
Russ, where she spend the majority of her time dur-
ing childhood.
The lone business near it, almost directly across
the then-dirt road, was Bo's grocery.
It was in her grandparents' home that she learned
life lessons which inspired her first book,
"Grandparents and Grand Lessons."
Due out in April, the collection of 24 short stories


Marianna author Margena Bell Myrick shows
one of the purses designed by a friend based on
characters in Myrick's book, "Grandparents and
Grand Lessons." This one is called "Mott and
Rose" after two of the main characters who are
best friends in the book. Deborah Buckhalter /
Floridan


This is the art which will grace the front cover of
Myrick's book, illustrated by local artist-L. Steven
Spak. Myrick and Spak will offer the watercolor
piece in notecards and other formats, as well. The
first 500 people .to buy Myrick's book will get an
8X11 print of another watercolor Spak created
which is related to the book. Contributed Photo


Jackson County emergency
responders from various depart-
ments put on quite a show
Tuesday for
Malone High
School sen-
iors, with a
dramatization
,, \ showing youth
_* the horrors of
r' drunk driving.
For video from The event
Tuesday's mock was organized
accident, go to by Marianna
jcfloridan.com Fire Chief,
Byron Bennett
and Malone High School
Principal Linda Hall.
Bennett explained the reenact-
ment was meant to reinforce the
message from a D.U.I. awareness
assembly, put on at ,Marianna
High School Tuesday by Renee
Napier a mother who lost a
daughter to drunk driving.
Napier. is the mother of
Meagan Napier, who was killed
See DRUNK, Page 7A >


Winter

showed

need for

conservation
BY LINDSY MILTON
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Jackson County residents
have experienced high utility
bills this winter, due to this
being the coldest winter in the
Panhandle in 30 years and few
efforts at energy conservation.
This winter in Florida has
been the coldest since 1981.
The Panhandle even saw snow
in February for the first time
since Dec. 23, 1989.
Despite the cold, people
have not changed their energy
consumption patterns that
much, And the drop in temper-
atures has caused heaters .set
even at a reasonable tempera-
ture to run more than in previ-
ous years.
The colder than normal
weather has resulted in utility
bills in Jackson County
increasing more than some can
afford.
Ceolia Gaddy, a Marianna
resident, had such an unexpect-
ed high utility bill in January
she had to have an extension
on the time allowed to pay her
bill. Gaddy is on a fixed
See WINTER, Page 7A >


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Publisher Valeria Roberts
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Managing Editor Michael Becker
mbecker@jcfloridan.com
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski
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Contact Us
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
FAX: (850) 482-4478
E-mail: editorial@jcfloridan.com
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32446
Office Hours:
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Community Calendar events via e-
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submissions.


Getting It
Right!

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


March 24 Wednesday
Eldercare Services will be giving out
USDA and Brown Bag food, from 8 a.m.
until all food is distributed, at 4297 Liddon
St. in Marianna; and USDA food will also be
given out at Malone City Hall, beginning at 8
a.m. Call 482-3220.
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-income persons, with
emphasis on persons over 60, in the confer-
ence room of the Jackson County
Agricultural office, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave.
in Marianna, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Services con-
tinue Wednesday mornings through April
14. For an appointment, call 693-0873.
Chipola College business instructor Lee
Shook and student volunteers provide free
tax preparation and electronic filing sim-
ple, individual returns only from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Wednesday through early April.
Other times available by appointment. 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 addi-
tional skills. Contact the One-Stop 'Center,
718-0326, to enroll.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Wednesdays, 12-1 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.
The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees
will hold its monthly board meeting at 5:30
p.m. in the Community Room of the Hudnall
Building.
Today is the entry deadline for the 2010
Jackson County Pageants, which are set for
Saturday, April .17, at 1 and 7 p.m. in the
Marianna High School Auditorium. Call 482-
5275 or 718-7095.

March 25 Thursday
The 2010 North Florida Research and
Education Center (NFREC) Beef
Cattle/Forage Field Day is at the University
of Florida's NFREC Beef Unit. Registration
begins at 8 a.m.; the program runs 9 a.m. to
3 .pm. Lunch, refreshments provided.


Presentations, demonstrations and field
tours of ongoing research will be included.
The NFREC Beef Unit is. 1.4 miles west of
Greenwood, on US Highway 162.
Registration fee: $10. Call 850-394-9124, or
visit http://nfrec.ifas.ufl.edu.
. AARP Tax-Aide, Marianna, offers free tax
return preparation and e-filing services for
low- and middle-income persons, with
emphasis on persons over 60, in the confer-
ence room of the Jackson County
Agricultural office, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave.
in Marianna, 4:30-7:30,p.m. Services con-
tinue Thursday evenings through April 15.
For'an appointment, call 693-0873.
Alcoholics Anonymous closed discussion
- Thursday, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance limit-
ed to persons with a desire to stop drinking.

March 26 Friday
The One-Stop Center Employability
Workshops, "Employ Florida" (10-11 a.m.)
and "Resume Skills," (3:15-4:15. p.m.) are
offered each Friday in March. No cost for
individuals interested in updating or acquir-
ing additional skills. Contact the One-Stop
Center, 718-0326, to enroll.
Car Seat-Safety Check, 1-3 p.m. in the
McDaniel Grocery parking, lot, 8166
Highway 90 in Sneads. Lessons on car seat
installation, discounted car seats for those
who qualify, and notification of car seat
recalls available. Call 526-2412, ext. 203.
Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment" Fridays at
'Evangel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill
Road. Dinner at 6 p.m. (free for first-time
guests); meeting at 7 p.m. Child care avail-
able. Call 209-7856, 573-1131.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Fridays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

March 27 Saturday
*.The East Jackson County Relay for Life
Flea Market starts 7 a.m. at McDaniel's
Grocery in Sneads. Cancer survivor regis-
tration, as well as luminarias and bows
(both $5 each) will be available. Call 592-
2307 or 593-6960.


First .Baptist Church of Marianna spon-
sors a Community Easter Egg Hunt at
Citizens Park on Caverns Road, 9-11 a.m.
for ages 2-4, 5-7 and 8-12. There will be
free fun, games and entertainment for the
whole family.
Nelson Singer Memorial AmVets Post
231, by the Sons of AmVets Post 231, host
a series of Turkey Shoot fundraisers at 1
p.m. on the second and fourth Saturdays of
the month, through April. Cost: $2 a shot.
Proceeds benefit the building fund. Call
722-0291. '
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Saturdays, 4:30-5:30 p.m. at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna, in the AA room.
The HELPS Inc. gala fundraiser and
silent auction benefitting HIS Care Clinic is
at La Maison de Lucy in Alford.
Champagne reception is at 6 p.m.; din-
ner/awards at 7 p.m. Keynote speaker:
U.S. Senate candidate Dr. Marion D.
Thorpe Jr. (R-Fla.). Proceeds go toward
construction of the upcoming HIS Care
Clinic in Marianna. Tickets, $60, are avail-
able online at' www.helpscare.org, or call
693-1553.

March 29 Monday
Jackson County Schools will observe
spring break March 29-April 2. No classes
during this time. Schools re-open Monday,
April 5.
The One-Stop Center Employability
Workshop, "Knowing & Evaluating Your
Employability Skills," is 3:15-4:15 p.m. each-
Monday in March. No cost for individuals
interested in'updating or acquiring addition-
al skills. Contact the One-Stop Center, 718-
0326, to enroll.
Today is the entry deadline for the
Annual Lady Elks Springtime Beauty
Pageant, which is set for Saturday, April 10,
at 6 p.m. in the Malone High School
Auditorium, featuring entertainment by
Neysa Wilkins, emcee. Pageant proceeds go
to Florida Elks children's programs and local
humanitarian causes. Call 569-2227 or 209-
1714.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Mondays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.


POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the
following incidents for
March 22, the latest avail-
able report: one hit and
run report two accidents,
two abandoned vehicles,
three suspicious persons,
three highway obstruc-
tions, one vehicle burgla-
ry, one physical distur-
bance, three traffic stops,
two follow-up investiga-
tions, one juvenile com-
plaint, one suicide
attempt, one fight in
progress, three assists of
other agencies and two


public service calls.
JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office reporting
the following incidents for
March 22, the latest avail-
able report: one aban-
doned vehicle, two reck-
less drivers,
two suspi-
cious vehi-
cles, three
!Ci ME suspicious
S-- incidents,
one escort, three residen-
tial/commercial burgla-
ries, four vehicle burgla-


ries, two verbal distur-
bances,, one residential
fire, 13 medical calls, two
traffic accidents, four bur-
glar alarms, nine traffic
stops, three larceny com-
plaints, one criminal
mischief complaint, two
civil disputes, two juve-
nile complaints, two ani-
mal complaints, one
fraud, one assist of anoth-
er agency, one child abuse
complaint, one public
service call, three trans-
ports, three threat/harass-
ment complaints, and one
possible counterfeit
money report.


JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The- following people
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting periods: -
John Raines, 29, 5231
Hartsfield Road,
Marianna, failure to
appear.
Roy Porter, 52, 5434
Mount Tabor Road,
Marianna, felon in posses-
Ssion of ammunition.
Waynetta Collins, 19,
3070 Carters Mill Road,
Marianna, retail theft.
Jessica Gardner, 18,


3070 Carters Mill Road,
Marianna, retail theft.
Emily Johnson, 19,
2543 Carpenter Cemetery
Road, Grand Ridge, aggra-
vated battery (domestic).
Sarah Sharp, 23,
1765A Virginia St.,
Alford, violation of state
probation.
JAIL POPULATION: 221
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000.
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).


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Jackson County Floridan Wednesday, March 24, 2010 -" 3A


Sneads, Malone FFA students take on politics

SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Jackson County FFA
members were recently
involved in a politically
focused learning experi-
ence.
On March 10, Ariel
White, Jessica Hatcher andQ
Travis Hamilton of the
Sneads FFA Chapter, along
with Daniel Jackson of the
Malone FFA Chapter, lob-
bied with the Florida
Cattlemen's Association at
the State Capital in
Tallahassee.
Legislative issues cov-
ered included agriculture,
animal, budget for the
Department of Agriculture,
budget' for IFAS,
Greenbelt, parental waivers
for minors, and truck
weight and water.
After the discussion, stu-
dents had a chance to meet From left, Daniel Jackson, Travis Hamilton, Stan
with Representatives Marti Scurlock, Jessica Hatcher, Ariel White-and Rep. Brad From left, Stan Scurlock, Ariel White, Daniel Jackson, Rep. Marti Coley, Travis
Coley and Brad Drake. Drake. Contributed photo Hamilton and Jessica Hatcher. Contributed photo


The Miss Sneads Pageants will be at 6 p.m. CDT Saturday, May 1, in the Sneads High School Auditorium.
Reigning queens, from left, are Brandi Strickland, Junior Miss Sneads; Christen Howell, Teen Miss Sneads;
Maison Fulton, Little Miss Sneads; and Rachel Pelt, Miss Sneads. The deadline to sign up is Monday, April
5. For more information, call Mindy Howell, 482-9004, ext. 245. Contributed photo



McIntosh completes Army training


Marriages, divorces

for March 15-19


Marriages
Samantha Daniell
Clackum and Alexander
Douglas May IV.
Joy Elizabeth
McClenny and Dustin
James Parkman.
Lloyd David Brothers
and Sheila Denise Doty.
Tracy Hesler and Brian
Taylor.
Ollie Jacobs Sullivan
and Scotty Lee Taunton.


Tina Dianne Bacher and
Charles Ashley Cutts.
Brittany Shea Carhley
and D,evin Paull Graham.
Jonathan Kelly Mayo
and Jessica May Williams.
Takshira Yvette Dawsey
and Robert Alexander Pete.
Idwella Gaines Butler
and Willie James Thinn.
Divorces
None reported.


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SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Army Pvt. Jacob A.P. McIntosh has
graduated from One Station Unit
Training at Fort Leonard Wood,
Waynesville, Mo. The course of
instruction included basic military
training and advanced individual
training, or AIT. The basic military
trainee received instruction in drill.
and ceremonies, weapons, map read-
ing, tactics, military courtesy, mili-


tary justice, physical fitness, first aid,
and Army history and traditions.
During AIT, the soldier completed
the combat engineer course to per-
form basic combat construction and
rigging operations; operate light and
heavy engineer wheeled and armor
tracked vehicles while participating
in combat mobility, countermobility,
and survivability operations; assist in
assembly and maintenance of mili-
tary standard float and fixed bridges;


prepare, install, and prime firing sys-
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in June and July, the open-
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freshly picked, locally
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flowers, prepared foods and


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The market will be locat-
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Entertainment will be pro-
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Saturday.
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Still many
unresolved issues
Dear editor,
In regards to the recent
article about the second term.
Commissioner Jeremy
Branch is seeking, I would
like to ask a few questions
concerning the assertion that
he takes some credit for
helping resolve some ongo-
ing issues at Compass Lake
in the Hills..." Presently, our
volunteer fire department is
in need of full-time employ-
ees who can help respond to
the almost 500 homes and
successfully extinguish those
types of fires. I am not aware
of very many (if any) resi-
dent owners' homes that
have been saved, although
the absentee property owners
have adequate coverage for
their vacant lands.
The fire department is the
first and most critical need
that any government should
undertake to fund; then come
the roads that the fire trucks
travel on, and then law
enforcement. After these
three entities receive fund-
ing, then it gets down to a
wish list of services and
whose wheels are-the
squeakiest. Has he resolved
this essential service for the
government entity known as
the MSTU?
County roads are being
neglected at Compass Lake
in the Hills as the county's
contractor contemplates a so-


called independent special
district. Has the county
allowed the POA to go on
strike while the POA consid-
ers its options? The county
commission is the governing
body of the MSTU, and hires
the POA to perform that
work. How has this issue
been resolved, or has it been
made worse by lack of over-
sight from the governing
body? The chairman of that
body is Mr. Branch. What
credit should we give him
for the condition of the
roads?
The POA has privately
contracted for law enforce-
ment, and even though the ad
valorem taxes should cover
this as it does for all other
Jackson Countians, we are
forced to pay extra for the
POA to use its own private
deputy for its own private
matters as it sees fit. This
makes outside visitors think
that the MSTU is private,
and that you must answer to
the POA for law enforcement
issues. Has this problem
been resolved?
The problem of the POA
paying back large sums of
tax dollars looks like it may
have been resolved, along
with funding for its upcom-
ing festival. The POA will
proudly advertise this event
as helping the fire depart-
ment, but the funding for
that should-be public entity
is supposed to come from
public dollars and that is
your job, Mr. Branch. What
F


issues have been resolved?
Jim Cowart
Compass Lake
Pastor doesn't .back
church's stance on
bill
Dear editor,
I am writing this letter
hoping that you will allow it
to be put in your next issue
of the Jackson County
Floridan.
I want the citizens of
Jackson County and any oth-
ers who read this letter know
that not all United Methodist
members support this so-
called Obama-health care
bill. My wife does not and I
know many more who do
not. I just wonder how many
members of the United
Methodist Church know that
their leadership, the greater
part, support this bill and
also the changing of the
immigration bill so as to
allow any immigrate to come
as they please?"
I do not know just how
many other denominations
support this bill but I am
sure there are many members
of the other denominations
who do, even the aborting of
a child.
Lastly, should this bill
pass, in whatever form, it is
not an Obama-health care
bill, nor a Democratic,.nor a
Republican, it is health


insurance provided by the
taxpayers of this country.
Most of which will be paid
by the middle class taxpayer.
I pray that it will not pass
in any form. I believe that
we as American citizens
should have the freedom to
accept medical insurance or
not. To buy and pay for the
kind we want, not be dictat-
ed to by the individuals we
elect to represent us.
Finely, I thought that the
Social Security funds I and
my employer paid in was
mine. Why would someone
else have the right to spend
my money? Please, someone
give me an answer.
Rev. Dr Billy Brunei; Th.D.
Cottondale
McDowells say
'thanks'
Dear editor,
The family of Roy Carlton
McDowell would like to
express our thanks for all the
kindness that was shown dur-
ing the sickness and loss of
our loved one.
Thank you all for the
thoughts, prayers, phone calls,
flowers and food during this
time.
Thanks to the Rev. Rhul
Edenfield, Gino Mayo,
Emerald Coast Hospice And
American Legion Post 241.
The Roy Carlton McDowell
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Chances for GOP revenge in Florida may be few


BY WILLIAM MARCH
MEDIA GENERAL NEWS SERVICE
N a t i o n wide ,
Republicans are vowing
electoral revenge against
congressional Democrats
over Sunday's vote for a
national health care reform
plan.
"I'm absolutely outraged
and furious beyond belief!".
said a fundraising e-mail
from national Republican
Chairman Michael Steele
today. "Republicans are
ready to fight back."
Opportunities for that
revenge will be few in
Florida, however.
Following the vote, ana-
lysts predict at most two or
three of the state's nine
House Democrats could
see significant backlash.
Only one, Suzanne Kosmas
of New Smyrna Beach,
seems seriously vulnerable.
A more significant effect
could come if candidates
for other offices are pres-
sured to take a stand on the
health care bill.
There's no better exam-
ple of why Florida.
Democrats could escape
the GOP wrath than
Tampa's Rep. Kathy
Castor. She's been a lead-
ing health care reform
advocate from the outset,
but she has little to fear at
the polls.
"In this district I don't
see her being vulnerable,"
said University of Tampa
political scientist .Scott
Paine, a Democrat and a
former Tampa City Council
member.
The reason, ironically,
stems from Republican
efforts early this decade to
maximize the number of
GOP Congress members
from Florida.
. In drawing congressional
districts, th'e GOP-led state
Legislature crammed
Democratic "voters into as
few districts as possible,
including Castor's.
That made the neighbor-
ing districts safe for
Republicans, but it also
made the occupants of the
Democratic districts tough
to dislodge.
"ANYBODY BUT CAS-
TOR!!" howled a com-
menter on the conservative
RedState blog in January,
who identified herself as a
resident of South Tampa,
the heart of Castor's dis-
trict. "Kathy Castor Dll-
FL Can you hear us now?
You are next!"
No Florida Congress
member is more strongly
identified with the health
care bill. Castor helped
draft important parts of it,
and plans to attend
President Barack Obama's


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bill signing ceremony
Tuesday.
A town hall meeting she
attended in August on the;
subject made national news.
when it dissolved into bit-,
ter shouting arid minor vio-
lence.
But so far, no Republican
is mounting a serious chal-
lenge to her.
Six Republicans have
filed, including Eddie
Adams, who has already
lost to Castor twice, by
vote margins of more than
2-1.
Another, Mike
Prendergast, may be gath-
ering significant support
among local Republicans,
but is a political unknown
who will have to build his
challenge from scratch.
Meanwhile, Castor starts
with almost $300,000 in
her campaign account. But
her strongest weapon is the
voting roll of Tampa's 11th
Congressional District.
In 2008, Obama won the
district 2-1; in 2004, John
Kerry beat George Bush
there by 17 points.
Congressional analyst
Charles Cook's Partisan
Voting Index ranks it the
99th most Democratic of
the nation's 435 congres-
sional districts.
That doesn't damper
Republican grousing.
Hillsborough County
GOP Chairman Debbie
Cox-Roush said her e-mail
inbo. overflowed this
morning with Republicans
urging action against
Castor.
"We must act today in.
order to preserve our free-
doms!" said a message to
GOP supporters from
Prendergast.


But even Cox-Roush
acknowledges Castor will
be tough to beat.
"I think there will be a
backlash," she said. Asked
whether it could affect
Castor, she said, "A year
ago I would have said 'no.'
But in this political cli-
mate, I won't say 'no.'"
Democrats most likely to
be vulnerable are in dis-
tricts that weren't set up as
Democratic in the-,2002
redistricting Kosmas
and Ron Klein of Boca
Raton, and Alan Boyd of
Monticello, who holds a
conservative, Panhandle
district.
In those areas, noted
retired University of South
Florida political. scientist
Darryl Paulson,
Republicans can use what
may be their strongest
weapon a fired-up base.
Polls, 'Paulson said, are
showing Republicans more
eager to vote in 2010 than
Democrats by double-digit
margins.
Kosmas, a freshman,
unseated the scandal-
plagued Tom Feeney in
2008 to win in a GOP-lean-
ing district. She switched
her vote on the bill from
"no" last year. to "yes"'
Sunday night. Kosmas
faces several potentially
serious Republican .chal-
lengers, including state
Rep. Sandy_ Adams of
Orlando.
Klein narrowly unseat-
ed Republican Clay Shaw
in 2006, but the district is
trending Democratic. His
leading challenger so far is
Allen West, a retired Army
officer and Bronze Star
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tea party Republicans -
but Klein beat him 55-45
percent in 2008. "The
question for West is
whether anti-incumbent
fever is high enough to
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sultant and former journal-
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Klein wins."
Boyd switched his vote,
as Kosmas ,did, but is
known as a moderate who
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terms. So far; his most seri-
ous challenge looks like it
may come in the
Democratic primary, where
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eral, state Sen. Al Lawson
of Tallahassee.
University of South
Florida political scientist
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ers Kosmas the only really.
vulnerable House member.
But she thinks the health.


care controversy could
have a. greater effect on
non-Congressional candi-
dates.
"Some of them would
rather that not be the
focus," she said.
Chief Financial Officer.
Alex Sink, running for gov-
ernor, has resisted GOP
attempts to draw her into
the health care debate; U.S.
Rep. Kendrick Meek, run-
ning for the U.S. Senate,
may. have to defend his


support for it.
Paine, of the University
of Taimpa, said he believes
whether these or any
Democrats face serious
challenges could depend
on how the issue is framed.
Polls, ,he said, showed
/"most Americans wanted
health care reform, and
most wanted most of the
major elements of this bill.
They opposed the bill
itself, but by close mar-
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along with her friend Lisa Jo Dickson, on May
11, 2002 by a drunk driver in Santa Rosa
County. Napier has made it her mission to share
this story with as many people as possible,
focusing on area schools.
Napier told the girls' story to district high
schoolers in hopes of discouraging them from
drinking and driving.
Following Napier's message, Malone High
School seniors were invited to Firehouse
Station 2, off State Highway 176, to view a full
reenactment of what can happen when drivers
drive under the influence.
"We used to do these dramatizations all the
time at my previous job down south," Chief
Bennett said. "We would organize them around
prom time, so we could be sure to get students
the message before their big night. With spring
break right around the comer, we felt now was
a good time to do the exercise." '
Students were shown a 'three-part dramatiza-
tion Tuesday, using six seniors as the actors.
For the initial scene, emergency personnel
prompted the actors to act as if. they were at a
party, drinking on spring break. At one point,


Winter


income, making it hard for her to
adjust to higher utility bills.
In January, Gaddy had problems
with the ducts under her home,
causing her utility bill to be even
higher than normal. Gaddy said it is
harder for her to deal with problems
like this because of her fixed
income.
"You think you have enough
money this month, and then some-
thing comes up, like the light bills,
and you have to take money from
something else," Gaddy said.
After her high bill in January,
Gaddy hasn't r un her heat as much.
She tries to keep it on 68 to 72
degrees. But with her age and arthri-
tis, this is hard to do.
"On cold days when I can't stand
it, f cut the heat on," Gaddy said.
After her efforts to keep her
heater at a lower temperature, her
bills are not as high as they were in
January. Just setting a thermostat 2


Book


set down on paper much of the
"unwritten wisdom" her grandpar-
ents instilled in her, through shrewd
and loving use of circumstances.
Myrick says the book is suitable for
children and adults.
Myrick said that, while the stories
are embellished by artistic license,
they are in essence memoirs that
serve as fables.
However, he story "Saturday-
Morning Walk," Myrick said, was
taken directly out of her experience,
with little or no embellishment.
The stories are told by lead char-
acter Mott, the author's childhood
nickname, as she and her dearest
friend, Rose, make their way in the
largely rural world they called
home.
The book is deftly crafted in the
simple language of a country
youngster, about the age of 12.
Myrick said she was a tomboy
and was such an active, curious
child that her grandmother had
quite a time keeping her from doing
the rough-and-tumble things she
knew were dangerous.
She found a way to make the
point with her granddaughter,
which Myrick recounts in
"Saturday Morning Walk."
One morning, after cooking up a
big country breakfast of biscuits,
sausage, grits and eggs with jam
and butter on the side, her grand-
mother told her they were going for
a walk to see some of her old
friends.
Mott skipped along as she and


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one of the actors suggested going to buy more
beer, with others apprehensive of the idea..
However, emergency personnel had the others
give in to peer pressure, to show how- easily
youth are influenced by their peers.
The second scene showed the students in a
horrible wreck, with the reenactment starting
from the moment the car crashed until person-
nel were prying the passengers out of the vehi-
cle. Some stood in amazement as the fire rescue
team treated the scene as the "real deal," and
showed students just how bad these accidents
can be.
In the reenactment, two of the passengers
died, and emergency personnel told on-lookers
one would never walk again.
The vehicle used for reenactment was donat-
ed by H&H Enterprise, and was torn apart as
firefighters showed students the standard proce-
dure for removing passengers out of mutilated
vehicles.
Students bounced around each other trying to
get a better look at the rescue team reviving
some of the actors, and prying others from the
maimed vehicle.


to 3 degrees lower can save money.
Mason Brock, an energy conser-
vation representative at Florida
Public Utilities, helps people with
ways to save energy every day.
"The quickest way to get some-
one to cut back is to hit their wallet,"
Brock said.
Brock said people will call him and
say that they haven't used their
heater any more than last year, but
their bill is a lot higher.
He said that what they don't
understand is that having their
heater set at 72 degrees this year is
using a lot more energy than when
their heater was set on 72 degrees
last year.
Since it was colder outside this
year, the heaters set on 72 degrees
ran more than last year.
Brock said people will be quick to
turn off their lights to conserve ener-
gy, but are more hesitant to turn their
heat down a few degrees. Heating


her grandmother made their way
down the lane and out of the fleigh-
borhood. Mott was excited about
getting to see someone new. .
She was bewildered when they
reached their destination a
graveyard.
She began to question her grand-
mother about why they were there.
As her grandmother visited vari-
ous graves, cleaning leaves and
limbs off some of the neglected
ones, she told her granddaughter
how some of them had died.
Along the way, they.came upon
many children's graves, a sight that
unsettled the little girl.
They'd died falling out of an
apple tree, or through some other
misfortune they'd gotten into by
being in the wrong place at the
wrong, time, doing something
they'd'been warned against.
Even though everybody finds
their spot in the graveyard sooner or
later, her grandmother said, the chil-
dren had found their spot in the
graveyard too soon.
On the way home, Mott begins to
tell her grandmother about some of
the dangerous things she'd seen
others do, making it clear her
grandmother's lesson had taken
root.
Myrick said she used that walk
when she had her own child, telling
her son about it when he was on the
verge of doing something danger-
ous .
Bo's Store also figures in the
book, in a tale about Mott's curiosi-


Jackson County paramedics demonstrated
some of the processes for medical treatment of'
trauma patients, while students watched.
The final scene was a mock courtroom pro-
ceeding, showing the story's driver being sen-
tenced to 25 years in prison.
As students filed out of the courtroom scene,
a casket, with pictures of the actors who died in
the story on top, was the finale of the rather
graphic and realistic dramatization.
The casket was donated by James & Sikes
Funeral Home in Marianna.
"I was watching some of the students, and I
think, it made an impact," Bennett said. "As
long as the message made it to one of them, we
did our job."
Bennett said they are looking into planning a
county-wide dramatization for all high school
students, and .one that will be much more
involved.
"Hopefully, we will be able to get that off the
ground and plan it around prom time, so stu-
dents will get a powerful message before let-
ting loose and forgetting to be safe," Bennett
said.


Continued From Page 1A


Homes, said the company has a
product, Super Therm, which insu-
lates a home and reflects more than
95 percent of radiation from the sun,
replacing the six to eight inches of
traditional insulation to block the
initial heat load. Super Therm is
applied to the roof and/or walls like
paint.
The company estimates that coat-
ing a home with Super Therm can
save as much as 40 percent of a
homeowner's current energy bill.
"The city of Los Angeles saved'
$10 million in electric bills and
saved 72 teaching jobs by using
Super Therm," Hall claimed.

Editor's note: Milton, a Marianna
native, is a junior at the University
of Florida's College of Journalism
and Communications. She wrote
this story for a Writing for Mass
Communications class and submit-
ted it to the Floridan.


Continued From Page 1A


Illustrated by Jackson County
artist L. Steven Spak, the volume
will sell for a little, under $25,
Myrick anticipates. It is being print-
ed by an online company in New
York and is self-published, in that it
will have Myrick's publishing com-
pany and logo on it.
Anegram (Margena spelled back-
wards) is the name of her publish-
ing company. Myrick said the sto-
ries can be purchased individually if
someone doesn't want the whole
book, and that stories individually
sold will be packaged in a small
folder, illustrated with the front
cover art.
The book is being edited and for-
matted by JRW Publishing in
Marianna. JRW is also helping set
up general publicity and book sign-
ings. JRW will have a supply of the
books at its office, located at 4423
Constitution Lane.
Myrick said the first 500 people
to buy it will get a "first edition"
certificate of authenticity, along
with a eight-by-ll print of a water-
color piece Spak created to go with
the book. All buyers will get a
"Grandparents and Grand Lessons"
bookmark.
Those who go to her book sign-
ings will have the opportunity to
purchase pocketbooks that a friend
of hers has designed, also based on
the book.
Myrick said Linda Jackson of
Ebro has about 30 pocektbooks
ready to sell at this point, priced at
around $65 each.


and air conditioning make up to 50
to 60 percent of a utility bill.
"A typical lighting bill for most
houses is only going to be $20 to
$25," Brock said.
The heaviest energy users, from
largest to smallest, are heating and
air conditioning, the hot water
heater, appliances, entertainment
and lighting.
Brock said Florida Public
Utilities' price of energy has risen
40 percent more, than before due to
the terms of the new contract with
Gulf Power.
"The price of power is going to go
up, just like groceries every year,"
Brock said.
Even though the price of power is
guaranteed to go up, there are many
ways residents can adjust their con-
sumption of energy to keep their bill
low. ,
Cherry Hall, the southeastern
sales manager of ECO LifeStyle


ty over a new jukebox the store
owner had installed. Before that
adventure was over, she's encoun-
tered a dangerous criminal lurking
in the woods. That short story,
Myrick said, had a bit more embel-
lishment than "Saturday Morning
Walk."
Another story features Mott's
longing for a litter of puppies, this
again taken straight out of the
author's personal experience.
She'd begged her grandmother to
let her take the pups home from a
neighbor's place. When her plead-
ings failed, she approached her
grandfather.
Sure enough, he came home with
the dogs a few days later.
What she didn't know then was
that her grandparents and the neigh-
bor were working together to teach
her a lesson about taking responsi-
bility before you're ready for it.
By the end of the first day, unable
to go play with her friend because
she had to watch, feed, and bathe
them, Mott was ready to give them
up.
In fact, the neighbor had sold the
puppies, and Mott was saved when
the new owners came to pick them
up from her house the next day.
Myrick said her grandparents
were exceptional people, and she
wanted to share their wisdom with
others.
Her grandmother is still living,
she said, and is one of several peo-
ple to whom she's dedicated the
book.


Reopens.
Continued From Page 1A

"Our phones are ringing
off the hook right now," he.
said. "Not just employees,
but people in the communi-
ty who are happy. Our
employees are ecstatic.
Some of them have been off
since January 29: They tell
us they never gave up in the
first place. Everyone is
pleased with the attorney
general's statement and our
decision to open back up."
As warmer temperatures
define these early spring
days, Rainer said concerts
will be forthcoming.
"That is the whole point
of Country Crossing," he
said. "So our priority is to
start scheduling shows. We
are getting into spring and
the finishing touches of the
amphitheater are being
done."
He also expects further
construction at the $90 mil-
lion development to get
moving soon.


Clinic
Continued From Page 1A

including a signed Tim
Tebow jersey, a signed Jeff
Mathis baseball card, an
original painting and more.
Following the auction
will be dinner and awards,
honoring Jim Dean, city
manager of Marianna; Art
Kimbrough, CEO of the
Jackson County Chamber
of Commerce; and Elmore
Bryant, former president of
the NAACP-Jackson
County Chapter. Dinner
begins at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $60 for the
HELPS/HIS Care Clinic
Gala, and may be purchased
online at
www.helpscare.org, or con-
tact Angela McFarland at
(850) 693-1553 for addi-
tional information. Today,
March 24, is the last day to
reserve tickets.


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Marianna, Florida 32446
526-5059

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passed away at her resi-
dence on Saturday, March
20, 2010.
Services begin at 10 a.m.
Wednesday, March 24, in
Marianna Chapel Funeral
Home, with the Revs.
James Sharkey and Glen
Whiddon officiating. Inter-
ment will follow in Shady
Grove Cemetery.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
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SPORTS


WEDNESDAY


Dire straits


Indians have backs against the wall

after fourth straight conference loss


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR

The Chipola Indians dropped their fifth
straight Panhandle Conference game
Monday in Panama City, falling in heart-
breaking fashion to Gulf Coast 20-12 in
eight innings.
Chipola, now 3-6 in league play and five
games back in the loss column to the first-
place Commodores (5-1), blew a 12-2 lead
Monday, giving up eight runs in the eighth
inning.
The Indians led 12-2 going into the bot-
tom of the fourth, but the Commodores
responded by scoring 18 unanswered runs.
"I've coached a lot of years," Chipola
coach Jeff Johnson said. "But I don't know
of many 12-2 leads I've seen blown in my
career. That's something that doesn't hap-
pen very often."
The Indians got off to a great start, get-
ting a first-inning grand slam by LeVon
Washington for a 4-0 lead.
Jonathan Gilbert added a two-run homer
in the third inning. A two-run double by
Michael Revell keyed a three-run fourth
inning to put the Indians up 10 runs.
But the Indians were held to just one hit
over the next four innings by Gulf Coast
reliever Bryce Robinson. He went 5 2/3
innings for the win, giving up just one run
on five hits and nine strikeouts.
"It's just disappointing," Johnson said.
"We needed to keep scoring. The wind
was blowing out real good, and they've


"We've got to get more
determined, and see what we
can do to turn this thing
around."
-Jeff Johnson,
Chipola coach

got a good team, a scrappy team. The wind
was blowing out about 30 miles per hour,
and that made every mistake multiplied.
They -took advantage of every one we
made."
The Commodores got a pair of three-run
home runs by Bryce Lane and Jeremy
Boyt in the fourth inning to trim the deficit
to 12-8.
In the fifth, Cameron Graves hit a two-
run double to make it a one-run game, at
12-11.
Lane connected on his second home run
of the night in the sixth inning, a solo shot
off of CJ Riefenhauser to tie the game up.
In the eighth, Tyler Reimer put Gulf
Coast up for good with a three-run shot
over the left field fence off Austin Wright,
to make it 15-12.
An RBI single by Graves added another
run, and brought Jake Eliopoulis out of the'
bullpen for Chipola, the fifth of six Indians
pitchers on the night.
See INDIANS, Page 2B O>


Chipola pitcher Austin Wright gets ready to deliver a pitch during a game earlier
this season. The Indians dropped their fourth Panhandle Conference game in a row
on Monday, falling t6 the Gulf Coast Commodores 20-12 in 8 innings in Panama
City. Floridan File Photo


MHS rallies past



Cottondale 19-8


BY DUSTIN KENT '
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Marianna Lady Bulldogs
rallied back from an early
deficit to take a 19-8 win over
the Cottondale Lady Hornets in
eight innings Monday night in
Cottondale.
Marianna improved to 15-2
with the win, while Cottondale
fell to 3-13.
The Lady Hornets led 6-2
through three innings, but the
Lady Bulldogs stormed back
with an offensive explosion to
take the win.
Mallory Dean started in the
circle for Marianna, but the
Lady Hornets were able to
knock her from the game in the
third inning, after scoring six
runs on four hits. Hali Stout
pitched 3 1/3 innings in relief to
get the victory for Marianna,
allowing two runs on five hits,
two walks, and two strikeouts.
Mary Auger started for
Cottondale and went 4 2/3
innings before being relieved
by Kelsie Obert, who finished
the game.
The Lady Bulldogs got on the
board first with a two-RBI sin-
gle by Whitney Lipford.
But Cottondale answered
back in the home half of the
first, with a three-run home run


by Michelle Hewett.
The Lady Hornets added
three more runs in the third
inning, getting an RBI single by
Aulettia Russ and a two-RBI
double by Auger for a 6-2 edge.
Marianna started its rally in
the fourth with an RBI ground
out by Maya Boykin and ap
RBI single by Jennifer Cramer,
to make it 6-4.
Cottondale responded with a
pair of runs of its own in the
bottom of the inning, taking
advantage of a Marianna mis-
cue in the outfield, after another
hit by Hewett scored Chelsea
* Caudill and Hewett herself.
Dean led off the top of the
fifth with a solo home run, her
third of the year, to make it 8-5.
Stout followed with a single,
with Boykin and Cayce Griffin
walking to set up Haden
Searcy's RBI single.
A walk to Hutton brought
another run to the plate, and a
double off'the left field fence by
Cramer cleared the bases for a
10-8 Marianna lead.
In the sixth inning, the Lady
Bulldogs put the game away
with nine more runs.
After walks by Stout and
Griffin, and a Boykin single,
Searcy connected on a three-
RBI triple to the right center
field gap to make it 13-8.


Cottondale's Samantha Brainerd, left, catches the ball and tries to
get a tag down on a sliding Whitney Lipford of Marianna at third
base during a game Monday in Cottondale. Mark
Skinner/Floridan


A two-run single by Hutton
pushed the lead to seven runs.
The fourth walk of the game to
Griffin scored another run for a
16-8 lead.
Another bases-clearing hit by
Boykin scored Griffin, Stout
and Dean for the final margin.
Searcy led the Lady Bulldogs
with four RBI.
Hutton finished with two hits,
three runs, and three RBI, while
Cramer and Boykin also had
two hits and three RBI each.
Stout and Griffin each led
Marianna with four runs scored.


Marianna coach Tasha
Braddy credited Cottondale's
effort in the game, but said her
team didn't approach the game
in the correct manner.
"We went there unprepared
and with the wrong attitude,
and that almost got us beat,"
she said. "But the Cottondale
coaches did a great job, and
they've improved a lot since we
last played them."
Marianna next plays host to
Arnold on Thursday at 4 p.m.,
while Cottondale hdsts Holmes
County on Thursday at 6 p.m.


Hornets top

Tigers 8-4
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Cottondale Hornets took
an 8-4 win over the Malone
Tigers on Monday in middle
school action in Cottondale.
Jake Kernoschak started on the
mound for Cottondale and went
five innings, allowing three
earned runs on three hits and
eight strikeouts.
Kernbschak was also 4-for-4 at
the plate with three RBI and two
runs. Tyler Morris added two hits
and two runs. Austin Baxley had
a hit and an RBI.
The game was played at
Cottondale Elementary School to
raise money for the kinder-
garten's year-end field trip.
The game was scheduled for
last week with Graceville, but it
was rained out, and Malone
stepped in to face Cottondale.
"It was a lot .of fun,"
Cottondale coach Greg Ohler
said. "We had a few hundred kids
all cheering the team on, and the
players got a real kick out of hav-
ing a real crowd at the game
being loud. (Malone coach) Max
(Harkrider) really helped me out
bringing his team over.
"I just wanted to thank
(Cottondale Elementary principal
Diane) Long and all her teachers
for coming out and doing a great
job keeping the kids so organ-
ized. Hopefully, we can make this
an every year event."


Bulldogs drop third straight game


Marianna infielder Austin Branch scoops up a
ground ball during game earlier this season
in Marianna. Floridan File Photo,
BY SHELIA MADE
FI.ORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The woes continue for the Marianna Bulldogs
T varsity, as they dropped their third game in a row
Monday night with a 7-6 road loss to Wewa.


The loss drops the Bulldogs to 9-4 on the sea-
son, and have lost four of five since an 8-0 start.
The Bulldogs struck first with two runs in the
top of the first inning.
Austin Branch led things off with a single, and
moved to second on an errant throw by the catch-
er. After a ground out by Clayte Rooks, Colby
Johnson drew a walk and stole second.
Branch scored when Zack Smith reached on an
error at second. Alex Bigale picked up an RBI
when he reached first on a single, but he was out
when Dustin O'Hearn hit into a double play to
end the inning.
Marianna sent Smith to the mound, and the
junior retired the first two batters in the:bottom of
the first inning before giving up a walk and a sin-
gle. A strikeout ended the inning with no runs
crossing the plate.
In the top of the third, the Bulldogs plated one
run and left. the bases loaded.
Branch led off with a double, taking third on
the misplayed ball in fight field. Rooks hit into a
fielder's choice, getting Branch out at the plate.
Johnson singled to left field, followed by
Smith taking advantage of another error to load
the bases. Bigale singled to left to score Rooks,
but a line drive by O'Hearn doubled up Bigale at
first to end the inning.
The Gators answered with a pair of nruns on two
walks and two hits in the bottom of the inning to
make it a 3-2 game.
Wewa pulled ahead in the bottom of the fourth
inning to take a 4-3 lead off of two walks and two
See BULLDOGS, Page 2B >


Ace in the hole


Jack Houyoux made his second career hole-in-one March 9 at
Indian Springs Golf Club in Marianna. The 92-year-old golfer
connected on the ace on the eighth hole, and bested his age by
two strokes with a 90 for the round. Contributed Photo









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High School Baseball
Thursday- Cottondale
at 'Graceville, 6 p.m.;
Malone at John Paul,. 5
p.m.
Friday- Arnold at
Marianna, 6 p.m.;
Cottondale at
Bethlehem, 6 p.m.;
Sneads at Vernon, 6 p.m.
Saturday- Marianna at
Sneads, 2 p.m.

High School Softball
Thursday- Graceville
at Malone, 6 p.m.;
Holmes County at
Cottondale, 6 p.m.;
Arnold at Marianna, 4
p.m.; Sneads at Maclay,
3 p.m.
Friday- South Walton
at Sneads, 6 p.m.

AAU Basketball
The Harambee
Dragons will host tryouts
for boys and girls basket-
ball teams to play AAU
basketball this summer.
Tryouts will be March
27 and April 10 at
Marianna Middle School
from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
for the girls, with regis-
tration at 9 a.m., and
from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. for
the boys, with registra-
tion at 1 a.m.
Age groups for the
teams will be 17U and
15U. Tryouts are free,
but players must have
physical form.
For more information,
contact Darold Pope at
850-272-5000.

Old-Timer's Game
The Grand Ridge FFA
will sponsor the annual
Grand Ridge School Old
Timers Basketball
Game on April 9 at 6
p.m. in the Grand Ridge
School old gym: Former
Grand Ridge graduates,
basketball players and
cheerleaders are invited
to attend and participate.
Players and cheerleaders
who participate will
receive a complimentary
t-shirt while supplies
last. Call early to regis-
ter. Admission will be
$2.
All proceeds will be
used to assist FFA mem-
bers as they participate in
chapter activities includ-
ing attending state con-
vention. For more infor-
mation, contact Glenn
Alexander at 482-9835
x263 or glenn.alexan-
der@jcsb.org.

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


Bulldogs
Continued From Page 1B

hits. A misplayed bunt
allowed the first runner to
reach before a walk and a
single scored the first run.
Following a walk to load
the bases, Austin Branch
came on in relief, with
Smith going to first. A walk
scored a run before Branch
fanned the next batter to get
out of the inning.
After four complete, it
was Wewa 4-3.
Bigale singled to start
things going in the top of
the sixth inning, but an
unusual triple play would
end the inning.
After O'Hearn walked,
Golden going down swing-
ing for the first out of the
inning, and a throw to third
got Bigale stealing.
A throw from third to first
got O'Hearn for the third
out to end the inning.
Wewa added three runs in
the seventh inning off of
three hits and one error to
move ahead 7-4.
The Bulldogs rally in the


top of the seventh fell short,
as they left the bags full.
Bannerman took one for
the team to get things going,
with Chris Godwin taking it
to a full count before being
issued a walk.
With one out, Rooks
drew a walk to load the
bases. With two outs, Smith
doubled to score two. Walks
to Bigale and O'Hearn
loaded the bases, but a
strikeout ended the inning.
The Bulldogs will return
to Bulldog Field on Friday
when they take on district
foe Arnold at 6 p.m.


MMS advances to title game


BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT


It took only four hits
from the Marianna Middle
School Bullpups offensive
machine to pick up a 10-1
win over Freeport on
Monday night and advance
to the Panhandle
Conference Championship
game.
With a win Tuesday
night, the Bullpups will
complete an undefeated
season and their second
straight conference cham-
pionship.
Tyler Colson took the
mound for the Bullpups
and held Freeport to just
one unearned run on no hits
and four walks in five
innings..
The run came in the sec-
ond inning with an error
following a two-out walk.
A pick off to first got the
Bullpups out of the inning
with no further damage.
Marianna scored two


runs in the bottom of the
first inning on no hits.
Trenton Nobles reached
first on a dropped third
strike, but was out at sec-
ond on an attempted steal.
Colson drew a walk, fol-
lowed by a fly out to left
field by Reid Long.
Jonathan Sikes followed
with a walk, and two runs
scored when Kody Bryan
took advantage of an error
at first.
Marianna picked up
another run in the second
inning to go up 3-1.
With one out, Walker
Roberts and Nic Helms
drew consecutive walks
with Roberts stealing his
way home on a passed ball.
The Bullpups scored
three. runs in the third
inning.
With two outs, Bryan
singled and moved to third
on a single by Andrew
Shouse. Kyle Tanner joined
the hit parade with a,single
to score Bryan and Shouse.


Indians
Continued From Page 1B


A walk to Cyle Rasmus
brought another run to the
plate, and a Chipola error
allowed two more runs to
score to make it 19-12.
A walk to Lane loaded
the bases and brought on
Brian Ellington in relief for
Chipola. ,
Ellington struck out
Reimer for the second out
of the inning, but a single
up the middle by Mike
Love scored Rasmus, to
end the game on the eight-
run rule.
The win completed a
sweep for the
Commodores, who
outscored Chipola 41-23
over the three games.
"In a nutshell, they're
just a better team than we
are right now," Johnson
said of the Commodores.
"They're better, tougher,
and more competitive than
we are. We had leads after
five innings in two of the
three games. Gulf Coast
figured out a way to win


them, and we figured out a
way to lose them."
The Indians have fallen
on hard times after a 3-1
start to Panhandle play,
getting outscored 53-28 in
the past five games.
Johnson has challenged
his team to bring more
toughness and resolve than
it.has displayed thus far.
"We've got to have a lit-
tle more competitiveness, a
little more fight and desire,
,and a willingness to win,"
the coach 'said. "Lately, it
seems like we've got a
willingness to lose.
"We've got to get more
determined, and see what
. we can do to turn this thing
around. The easiest thing
to do is to give up, but I
don't think we're going to
do that."-
The Indians will get a
week off before returning
to conference play on
March 29 against
Northwest Florida State in
Niceville.


Tanner stole second and
third, with Roberts taking
first on his second walk of
the day.
A passed -ball plated
Tanner, with a ground out
to first ending the inning.
Marianna's final three
runs came in the fourth
inning when Nobles led off
with a walk and moved to
third on an error at first,
allowing Colson to end up
at second.
Long sent a fly ball to
left field to score Nobles.
Sikes drew a walk to
load tle bases, followed by
Bryan picking up an RBI
when he drew a walk.
With two outs, Tanner
launched one to the out-
field, clearing 'the bases
and landing him at second.
The Bullpups were
scheduled to take on the
Grand Ridge Indians in the
championship game
Tuesday night. Results of
that game were not avail-
able at press time.


Marianna Middle School player Trenton Nobles, right,
leads off of first while a Freeport pitcher looks to home
plate during a conference tournament game Monday
night in Marianna. Mark Skinner/Floridan


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I KT Diamond
Cluter Necklace w/
18 inch gold chain.
Pd. $1,400. new at
Kay's asking $800.
Cash / Firm
334-790-4892

3 1.5 KT Diamond
Cluster Ring 14 kt.
gold sz. 5 but can
be re-sized, can be
used as wedding
set or dinner ring.
Main setting is 3 kt.
with 1/4 kt channel
bands on each
side. Pd. $2,600.
new at Kays asking
$1,500. firm. no
appraisal
serious inq. only
334-790-4892

Miscellaneous
for Sale

BF Goodrich Tires
LIKE NEW!
Size 305/65 q17
on nice aluminum
wheels. 8 Lug.
off 3/4 ton Chevy
$1,000.00
(334) 798-0674

pets &animals





Free Pets Policy
Your pet deserves a lov-
ing, caring home. An ad
for a free pet may draw
response from individuals
who will sell your animal for
research or breeding pur-
poses. Please screen re-
spondents carefully when
giving an animal away.

Dogs

Chinese Crested Tea-
cup & Toy Sizes! AKC
Cutest "My Little Po-
ny" Puppies! True
Hairless Show Quali-
ty. $600. (334)791-
4090
jusfirenspirit@hotma
il.com
CKC reg. Jack Russell
Pups. Tr-colored &
black & white.
Excellent quality.
Clean environment.
Parents on site. W/S.
$250. 334-886-2524.
English Bulldog Pup-
pies, 11weeks old,
Health certified, AKC
Registered,$650,mich
ellemykicz@yahoo.co
m (334)678-8285
English bulldog, vet
checked, white fe-
male puppy, 11
weeks old, $600,
mrrll19@aol.com
334-678-8979
FREE TO GOOD
HOME: Male Black
Lab Mix. 850-594-
9905


I Hay & Grain j

Bahia seed for sale
exc. germination
Kendall Cooper
334-703-0978, 334-
775-3749 ext. 102,
or 334-775-3423


General

Groomer
Animal Groomer
-Southeast Alabama
Veterinary Hospital
seeks an experienced
professional animal
groomer. References
and previous experi-
ence are required.
Please apply in per-
son m-f 9am to 5pm
at SEAVH:4223 Mont-
gomery Highway
Dothan, AL 36303.

FIND
IT
FAST
IN
THE
CLASSIFIED


2/1 in town, quiet
area, $600/mo. $650
dep available April 1,
850-693-0570
FREE V month rent
on 2BR 1BA in nice


2/1 Duplex, CH/A,
Carpet, $500 + dep.
4288 B 2nd Ave. Ap-
lications in mailbox
by door. 850-526-
3538/209-0480


2/1 duplex in Grand
Ridge $400/mo +$400
dep 850-592-5571 '
2/1 w/office in Grand
Ridge, very nice, $600
dep. $625/mo. or rent
to own 850-997-2464
3/1 Brick home, 8mi
E of Malone, $575/mo
* $500 dep. 850-569-
5940
Austin Tyler & Assoc
Quality homes for
rent 850- 526-3355
"Property Mgmt is
our ONLY Business"
Cottondale, FL
Beautiful
2/1 stylish &
renovated, Quiet &
friendly neighbor-
hood. Big yard $750
334-300-3688
Nearly New 2 BR
Home- Hwy 90 E
$600/mo, $250 dep
850-526-8367.
Mobile Homes
for Rent

2/1 @ Milipond $450
+ dep. water/sewer
incl. 850-482-
5274/209-3970
2/1 near Sunland
$450/mo $500 dep. 1
yr lease 850-693-0570


Mobile Homes
for Rent

2 & 3 BR MH C'dale.
$500ii:up H20/garb/
-I. *,.-rincl. http://
A''. charloscountry
iirqg. com. 850-258-
4868/209-8847 1
2 &3 BRMH's in Ma-
rianna & Sneads
(850)209-8595.
2BR/1BA in Afford,
$375 + dep 850- 579-
4622/209-1664/573-
1851
2 or 3BR MH in
Grnwd ,$425-$435
water/ sewer/garb
lawncare incl. 850-
569-1015
3/2 MH all elec.
Water/sewer/garb/
lawncare incl.$550
+dep. 850-592-4625
Country Living: 2BR
1BA MH in C'dale,
$4Q0 850-352-209.0
I Mobile Homes
in Parks

1st month free'
2/2 $390, 3/2 $490
Cottondale, Lg lots
850-249-4888 .
3/2 MH, CH/A, all
electric,Water/garba
ge/lawn care incl. No
pets. 850-592-8129
Rent to Own: 2 & 3BR
MH's. Lot rent incl.
For details 850-557-
3432/850-814-6515
You name it...
CLASSIFIED
has it!!!


1999 DW 3/2
w/Fireplace $27,900
New 16X80 3/2
$35,900 850-763-7780

3/2 Brick Home
1892 SF New Roof
Single Carport
26X30 Storage bldg
X-Lg Lot Dothan,
AL 334-796-9.566

3/2 in Chipley with
Several Upgrades.
$74,900 Gulf Coast
Realty 850-265-4426

Homefor Sale'
Lva e Option J

Recently Foreclosed,
Special Financing
Available, Any Credit,
Any Income
3BD, 2BTH, 1200SqFt,
located at, 6098
Phoenix Rd., Bascom,
$39,900. Visit
www.roselandco.co
m/838, Drive by then
call (866) 249-0680.


105 Temporary Farm Worker, Vegetable
Positions- Courson & Head Farms, LLC-
04/22/2010 to 07/31/2010- Wksite in
Baxley, GA: Appling Cty. Must work full
contract. Hrs: 5a-3p, 40-50hrs/wk.
Wages/hr: $8.53. Weather may cause
downtime. Tools provided. Pick blueber -
ries & tomatoes, place in buckets,
load/unload. Quality picking is required.
Extensive walking, stooping & bending.
Must lift/carry 50lbs. Guaranteed 3/4
workdays in contract. Trans provided
from housing to wksite. Housing provided
for workers that can't reasonably return
to their place of residence. If applicable,
trans & subsistence expenses provided
upon 50% of contract completion. Must
show proof of legal work authorization in
US. Report/send resume to: GA Dept of
Labor- Agricultural Services, 148 Andrew
Young International Blvd, Ste. 450 Atlanta
GA 30303-1751. Ref #GA7835206.


REPORTER

The Army Flier is currently
looking for a full time
Reporter
Fort Rucker's Community Newspaper,
The Army Flier, is currently looking for
a full-time reporter to write stories and
features for the weekly newspaper.
Previous newspaper experience and
a college degree in journalism or a
related field are preferred.


Apply at www.mediageneral.com

Or mail your resume to:
Louise Thomas, HR Generalist,
Media General Mid-South Market Group,
P.O. Box 1968, Dothan, AL 36302


Compass Lk in Hills
Subdv. Lg lot, bor-
ders sm. pond, mem-
bers can rent'RV
sites, boats, cabins,
play tennis, ride
orses, fish, or relax
& swim in the pool
$12,500 OBO 850-832-
2333 DON'T WAIT!

*Jackson County, FL*
757/ ac @$1500/ac
High & Dry,
Mature Timber
Ready to Thin,
Near Hwy 231
Call owner
850-509-8817


Nicely wooded 1.25
acre lots in Malone,
Mobile homes al-
lowed with restric-
tions. 850-569-5211


4x4 Polaris Mossy
Oak camo edition.
Very powerful ATV.
Automatic. w thumb
select 2wd or 4wd.
Great cond. $2900.00
334-798-2857

Dirt bike Kawasaki
KX80, tuned, really
fast $1300. 334-389-
2816

Dune buggie, blue,
ATV tires. $1000 OBO
229-308-4154

Yamaha '06 Raptor
350 w/accessories
$1800. 334-475-1833


22ft SeaRay,
$300 OBO. No Motor!
256-365-0328
Bayliner 95' Capri
20ft. 290 HP Runs &
looks good
Mercruicer engine
$5,500. 334-685-2222
Bayliner Trophy 97'
20 ft. cuddy cabin :
175hp Evenrude
Ocean Pro very good
cond. w/trailer
$5,900. 334-596-1694
Fisher 07' 1600 Alu-
minum Bass Boat 40
Mercury 4 stroke,
low hours, loaded,
like new, $7,900.334-
714-5860


t Boats ]f Boats
Caravelle '07 21'5" KEYWEST 17' 6" like
Bowrider. 45 hours, new, suzuki mtr 115
Mercruiser 350 MPI hp 4 stroke, gps trol-
@ 260 hp. Bimini top. ling mtr, cd/fm/am.
Snap in carpet and $16,000. 334-347-1887
covers. A ton of ac- or 33.4-449-0162
cessories included.
Call for all of the ex-
tras. Excellent condi- Ranger 1998, 16'
tion.$27,000.00 OBO. Cherokee stick steer-
(334)300-1122. ing w/40hp Mercury
CROWNLINE'07, 210 lots extras, Must see
Bowrider w/wake $5,500., 334-793-6945
board tower. 350mag
300hp, like new,
$28,000. 334-470-8454 I
Fisher '01 Hawk 18 B -' .-
foot, Class 2, with ;.
115 Mercury out-
board motor with
trailer, 2 fish finders,
trolling motor, ac- Sailboat '76-C atal.na
cess ladder, Bemini, 30', 2 cyl. Yarmar die-
AM/FM radio, on sel eng., Very low hrs
board charge, cover, less than 250. Roller
very well kept inder furling, bimin, head,
shelter. $14,000. 334- micro, fridge.-Good
685-7319. cond. Docked @ Snug
Harbor slip B-6. 334-
Javelin '99 19' Rene- 673-0330. $15,000.
gade F/S bimini_______
tdnenoverDex connd.


garage kept 175hp
9500 334-726-5909
Stratos'99 273 -
Intimidator, 17ft bass
Johnson 150HP,
$6500. 334-596-1694


Wellcraft 88' 23 ft.
Center counsel, 225
Johnson outboard.
$4500. in electronics.
Sale $7,000.3334-235-
2995


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3'DR HAND PAINTED
CHEST $100 (850)209-
2207
4 DUNCAN PHYFE-
Straight back chairs
$50; (850)592-2507
5 Prom dresses, $100
each 850-272-1842
Adjustable cargo bar
for pickup truck $15
850-592-8769
Almost new Crafts-
man push mower
w/rear bag mulcherr
$175 850-482-8700
Aluminum Shed
doors(2), 47 1/2"W
x72"H with jambs
$70ea (850)482-2636


Amyrilla for sale:
$15/doz. Discount for
bulk sales. Call Paul
850-482-4285
Antique fringed sat-
in scarf valance, tea
rose $30 850-592-
3261
Antique oak curved
glass china/curio
cabinet mint condi-
tion. $350
(850)573-0599
AQUA_TECH AQUAR-
IUM FILTER 30-60
GAL $10
(850)592-2507
Ashley Bed & Chest-
Q bed frame&Chest.
Indian Springs. $500
(850)209-7780.
BABY WALKER- LIKE
NEW $25
(850)592-3380
Bag boy hand golf
cart with small .
wheels $28 850-482-
j ~n


BASKET MAKING
REED- 4 LG ROLLS
$20 (850)592-2507
BED FRAME- ADJUST-
ABLE $25
(850)592-2507
BIRD-PARROT HOW
TO- BOOKS $5&UP
(850)592-2507 1
Bow- mathews mis-.
sion X3, fully loaded
with arrows and
broadheads, includes
hard case. $400
(850)573-0598
BROWN
MICROSUEDE-
LOUNGE CHAIR NICE
$150; (850)592-2507
Cedar logs, already
cut to 9', $300 850-
526-2414
CHRISTMAS TREE
STAND- LARGE $5
(850)592-2507
Chrome bug deflec-
tor for '04 '06 Ford
or Mercury SUV, new
$90. 850-209-5294
Craftsman Toolbox
w/tools included
$250 OBO 850-879-
4365
Dining set- Solid
wood dining table
with six chairs. $350
(850)482-4937
DISNEY
COLLECTIBLE-
DUMBO IN BOX; $30
(850)592-2507
Fig Trees,1 gal. $10, 3
gal. $15 850-592-8769
FOLDING LAWN
CHAIR- BLUE $5
(850)592-2507


FREE appliances if
you come pick up.
850-526-2414
Frgidaire 40" Elec.
Range, good cond.
$100. 850-579-4909
Furniture- Solid
Brown Sofa and
Loveseat $500
(850)209-2207
Furniture- Solid oak
Round table w/ 4
chairs'$500
(850)209-2207
GOLDWING- Heel-Toe
Shifter $75, starter
$50; (850)592-2507
GOLDWING SEAT-
MOTORCYCLE $150
(850)592-2507
HANDPAINTED
CUPBOARD- FREE
STANDING $75
(850)592-2507
Hard cover needle
point & doll making
ooks $3/ea 850-
272-8967
Hay only one load
available, $300
(850)526-8027
HOOVER STICK
VACUUM- ENCORE $5
(850)592-2507
Hot Tub-Hot Spring
Indoor/Outdoor Spa
seats five $500
(850)209-2898
HP All in One
Copier/printer/scann
er. like new, $125
OBO 850-879-4365
HP PHOTOSMART
#8200- PRINTER $45
(850)592-2507


MALIBU Factory Rims
w/hub caps, 2001,15
inch, $50 All
(850)482-2636
Martin compound
bow, excellent
condition. $65.
850-592-2927
Mens baseball cleats
sz 8V2 & 9, $20/ea
850-526-0086
MOTORCYCLE
COVER- CYCLE SAC
$25 (850)592-2507
MOTORCYCLE '
RADIO- WORKS
GREAT, $125
(850)592-2507
New Brown queen-
size comforter with
matching sheet set.
$125 (850)482-5027
Nice beige 3 piece
living room set. In-
cludes, couch and
loveseat w/built in
recliners, and a
separate recliner.
Non-smoke home.
$500 (850)573-0599
old oak ironing"
board,chair, ladder
combo $45.
(850)579-4146
PATIO TABLE W/4
CHAIRS (MAUVE)
$125 (850)209-2207
PHONE CABINET-
SOLID OAK LIKE NEW
13"x17"x29T, $20
(850)592-2507
PLAYPEN- LIKE NEW
$40 (850)592-3380
POLITICAL
COMMENTARY-
BOOKS $3 EA;
(850)592-2507


Q HEADBOARD&
DRESSER NEW
CREAM W/WOOD
'$250 (850)592-2507
Russian 7.62 x 54
sling, bayonette, 20
rounds ammo. $130
850-263-2701
Self-propelled Crafts
man w/bag, ex cond,
<$275, 850-579-4815
Small book case
24"W 31"H 9"D $15
850-272-8967
SMALL STAINLESS
STEEL REFRIG
(BRAND NEW) $75
(850)209-2207
Sm. TV w/VCR. Plugs
into cig. lighter in
car. $20 850-526-
2414
Solid Oak End, Cof-
fee, & Sofa tables
(4)/Ent Center $500
(850)209-2207
Tanning Bed Bulbs,
(over 800 hrs left)
$8/ea or $250 for all
34 850-209-5294
Truck Tire- 235 70R16
mounted on steel 5
lug rim $30 (850)482-
2636
UTILITY Trailer-
Homemade,4x8,$100
FIRM(850)482-2636
Very old turnabout
cookie jar boy/girl
mouse $75 850-272-
8967
VITAMIN-DRUGS-
BOOKS $5 EA
(850)592-2507
Water heater, Rheem
65 gal, almost new,
$150 850-272-3943


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..Boats Mt!motor Homes/RVs Automobiles I Automobiles Motorcycles Motorcycles Sport Utility Vehicles Trucks-HeavyDuty L egalAds ( Proposals-RFPs
Phaeton, forSale I forSale H D 02' m% tween Jackson Coun-


gen. 4 dr. frig w/ edition $6,000 OBO seats, ABS, side 4,600 mi. $10,500. LETTERS OF Bids will be opened,
icemaker, W/D in 334-703-3784 airbags, 37k mi, NA- 334-235-2995 ETTERS OF Bids will be opened, and re-
motion satellite dish, DA $21,175 sell for Harley Davidson '03 SKawasald 09' ZX14 J VY't AND TEST red al e -
rear & side cameras, CADILLAC '06 DTS $17,900 850814-015 Electra Glide, pearl Most g ep0 4' Wra D gler X CHEVY '9d1,on 12t AND STATEMENTS corded at THE JACK-
Seacraft,'8920ft m1 & s, ExD cod0 eher A7,900 850-814.0155 H- Glide, pe rs rL60 cWy s 4WD Flat Bed Dump Truck OF QUALIFICATIONS SON COUNTY BOARD
Center Console, boat, Leather euro recliner, seats, 4dr, beige int. Mazda 03' Tribute white, 100th annver- tion. pipes, power Khaki cir.So -Tp, AC $5,500 OBO 229-934- For OF COUNTY BOARD
motor & trailer, 95 desk, King bed, fully loaded. $12,900. exc. cond. 106K mi. scary edition, 16K commander, high am/fm/cd/mp3, alloy 8520. 229-296-8171 Construction and MISSIONERS BOARD
225HP Johnson Mtr, Brake-Buddy for tow 334-701-1836 $7,000. 334-692-9915 miles, lots of chrome flow air filter, low whls, Mopar bmpr & Engineering ROOM located at
D A r7 u r-71 00 & extras, garage mil he$y0091sCh e eSercs
ru Mcar. Garage stored miles. $9,700. grl grd. Exc. Chevy '91 Cherokee Inspection services 2864 Madison Street,
brake swh., runs heropons. Cadillac'94 kept. $11,000.334 334-790-1852. -rdickup, lift gate RFQ#- 0910-16 Marianna, Florida



clean, life jacket & Has 'slde-ttow rice, white, 70K Mazda 5,t072Grand ,$13,800.334-714-9377 905,8200mi. Blue, new engine/trans/ Dodge08 Quad cab, and contract docu-
cover incl.$5500 850- ck 55 KW Gen miles, extra clean, trin, xc cond re -150 850 LOW MILES 37,300 5.7 Hemi, loade850-352-4d. D724d. DOT Local Agency 32448 on
527 c455 Fully loaded xtra es UnKaasakited Motor91 Scooter 80 $17,999. OB $1590Dode '0.334-796-8174 Thank2 Dakota Program youAPRIL 8, 2010 AT
334-696-5505. restoremd$4,795., OBO Harley Davidson 05' $1300 OBO 334-83-6882 Leater t. Quad cab FPID #425657-2-58- 2:00pm CST
Terry 73 Bass B oa int eanasking $45K 334-693-398018FHC Electra glide 334-596-969 10 Cmi.s NIean condSSAN 06. Fully C
Seado RXP '05, Jet Daybreak '05 32'ssic 9,000 m. JEEP 1987 Wrangler auto. 334-693-3980 Old Spanish Trail Plans, specifications,
Sk14i, 6017 HP motor, 334-687Motorhome15,507Mi. Chevrolet 9493 Cap-roblack, loaded, Mojo Motor Scooter LE, 270hp, at, Sidewalk Projec t general conditions
clean, life jacket & Has 12' slide-out,tow rice, white, 70K Mazda 5,07' Grand $13,800. 334-714-9377 '05, 200mi, Blue, new enaine/trans/ Dodget'08eQuadrcabgand contract docu-
pck 5.5 KW Gen. mee ea o urig, exc condo re $1650 850- 258-1638 res, hard to.792- 5.7 Hemi, loaded. Dear Vendor; ments may be ob-
527-4455 Fully loaded xtra new tires, $4300. maining warr. 48K 8018/792-8827. $6500. $15,900. 334-796-8174 Thank you for your
Terry 73 Bass Boat clean asking $45K 334-792-8018 mi. black $11.500 UnitedMotorScooter 8tainedfrom:
1,7Po6-2.-. r2c6'08.80mpg, 1000 mi.'s NISSAN '06 Pathfind- interest in doing David H. Melvin, Inc.
trailer $500 691-8066 Scenic Cruiser 37 ft. T-tops, needs restor- 0 26- $3000. mfw 445-6302 erLE, 27hp, bose CD ,i Boa r of Co nPhillip iP
by Gulf Stream 99' ing. $995.791-7836 Mercedes '00 E320 i Yamaniha-tl RoadStar remote keyless entry iBoard of County Phillips, P.E.
Campers/Travel immaculate cond. Che '03Caviller wagon'$6500 Midnight Ed 1600, 34C263miles.m19,000. Commissioners. Cur- 4428 Lafayette
Trailers loaded w/ options wrecked $350. Good 334-220-2654 HARLEY DAVIDSON cover,3000+ .mil '34-793-1544 rently, weLare re StreetPosOffice
must seeJDothan driv wrecked $350. Good a3n NOT Merc--e sportster Black $ 5,100. O8O -793-1544 questing Letters of Box 840
must see! Dothan500 334-803-33n97 drive train, NOT Mercedes 97' SL500 081200 Sportster (334) 655-9111 TOYOTA '06 Four Interest and State- Marianna, Florida
2005 Gulfstream 5th $58,500334-803-3397 DRIVABLE 334-677- Hd. top conv. 54K mi. Custom, 108miles Runner SR5,2wd, ge R 1500 ments of Qualifica- 32447, (850) 482-3045
Wheel, 4 slideouts, TIOGA'04 Motor 7748 leather int. Wine col- warranty Like new. 59,700 miles, white, Ext-cab 360 Ma tions from regis-
$25,000 Home 24ft w/slideout Chevy '05 Monte Car- or 334-693-3980 $8,400, 334-702-4778. excellent cond. num 4 barrel ho y tered, qualified con- upon payment of $75
850-482-8256 7293 miles 4KW Onan 10 Cust.paint Char. Mercedes 98' SLK230, Harley Davidson '08 $18,700. 334-796-3130 hunter green, sultant firms in the per set which
j35. 000 33-1-6S7 9663 Gray Many Cust. opt leather, Hd. top, Con- Low Rider, less than Toyota '07 SJ Cruiser, hood 22" hood exeriberglassce n Con the cost of reproduc-
oa Aow 96 Fr End Damage $4800 vert. Supercharged, 4 3K mi. black, warran- excellent condition, scoop, stainless struction and Engi- tion and handling.
... I Tioga Arrow 27rt OBO 334-475-6267 cyl. Cd, 89K mi. ty, perfect cond. Y ax 61K miles. $20,400 grill & bumpers neering Inspection This payment will not
g Motrr, ome '*d. or 475-0084 __ $9,500. 334-898-1201 many xtras. $13,500 Yamaha'05 Vmax 334-803-3577 Snap on tread Services on FDOT Lo- be refunded. Infor-
wPri e.,Aukes 8 eerl Chevy '71 El Camino, Mercury '01 Villager, 850-526-2790 anniv. edition in Alum. tool box, 6" cal Agency Pro ram nation and inquires
SPw.br 'eer- 350 Enge, $7500 greatfamily van, HARLEY DAVIDSON cond.,6K 11x98 cc Trailers-Tractors lift kit 6" glass Projects involving maybemade by con-
-^ ing.A.CA Fr., Egn,$5 00 n condo. 6K ml., 1198 cc packs, alum. racing American Recovery acting Natacha Phil-
2007u r '4 rr in wn runs wil. tow miles, 8059-38$300 down, $199/mo. 2003, 1200 Sportster &c innc. sissy bar, ive tctI atha -
COPPER CANYON BY Fair cond. Has leak Chevy 94' Suberban Low miles, Leather, 100th anniv. edition guard cover & trickle 1999254 AG-MASTER rims Lots of extras! and Investment Act lips at the above ad-
KEYSTONE 2 sl. damage. $5000. runs good, good tires loaded Call Steve Lots of chrome chger $6,200. 334- Tractor, 4 wd with REDUCED$4800BO nd Federal report- dress.
bright & space. g. g. 8505262840. $2700. 334-718-9617 Hatcher 334-791- $7,500. 334-701-3974 333-5854 or e-mail two implements. Th e onsuirement IM TANT: Bids
area, built ins cabi- 2840. $8243. consultant will IM PORTANT: Bids
area, built in cabi Chevy'97 Corvette 824 Harley Davidson '87 rjkess@comcast.net $2000. 334-522-6709 I The utaft rf the Con- shall be submitted in
nets, TV & built in RVs/Camers red, with removable Nissan'05 Altima, 2.5 FXR Superglide, Cus- Ferguson T020 52' ty's Engineering De- sealed envelope
radio & DVD, Wanted glass to, extra clean s5 speed, 32k mi. tom paint, ots of BUnew engine rebuild, DumpTrck $3,000 apartment. The proj- arked:
w/surround sound, Kmies$12,000 lik0,e newREDUCED chrome,$9500 850- block repaired & BO, 79 Ford F-600 ect is listed below: SEALED BID andden-
w. storage, dbl. clos- 334-798-1828 $10,900 850-482-2994 260-1666 YAMAHA'06 cleaned & crank 334-790-8283tifed by the AME
ets, bult in chest CHRYSLER 08300 Nissan '06 Altima, Harley Davidson '96 Roadstar 1700cc, turned, too many Ford '00 Ranger, 101K FPID # 425657-2-58- OF THE FIRM, NAME
drawers, priv.bath, C SER va- power doors Fatboy, red & white, Black, Motorcycle new parts to list. 3 miles, manual, new 01 Old Spanish Trail AND NUMBER OF THE
drawerstool, priv. bath, Signature Series va- sunroof, power doors atboy, red & white, Black, Motorcycle. manuals included tires. $4400 080. Sidewalk Project BID, ALONG WITH
w/stool, shower & ..a, navigation, like & wdow AM/FM, 13K miles, great 5000 miles. Vance $3500.OBO 334-693-0685 from Lockey Avenue THE DATE AND TIME
sink dinettes, super new asking payoff CD 59K miles1-3081 shape, $8,500. Hines Exast Sy- 334-621-0059 to 2nd Avenue. OF OPENING.
nice 29,500. 334-805 -F$1ord.0 8$12,000.3334-899-1212H sFor
4906 or 334-792-0010 6,700. 334-470-8454 $ .m 334-791-3081 n. 4 helmets and0 FORD TW i5Trator3V-
4906 or 3347920010 s an FORD TW 15 Tractor Supercrew 30,200 mi. The selected firm The deadline for re-
29 ft. Fleetwood 1997 Conquest 0 rs 29nt L,5 .- i 9i culishlon. One w/cab, 140hp, exc. like new, Must See! shall seive as the ceipt of questions
fully selfecontained sleeps 8, lots of ex-.-- owner, garage kept. cond. $12,100. obo $14,000334-494-0460 Jackson County Con- willbe Monday
newbed, slide out & ovetr paments334- Like rew $5000. 2 cultivator sold sep. or 334-393-6479 struction and Engi- March 22, 2008 at
canoy, great condi- 798-4462 Warrant334 618 5833. 334-701-1836 FORD '07 F250 Super needing Inspection 4:00 PM Central
tion. $8,700. 334797 YAMAHA '08 Vstar Gandy 4 row insecti- Duty V-8 Crew Cab S e r v i c e s Time. Questions
th Wheel, '0636ft. transportation Corvette '81 Nissan '07 Pathfinder Harley -portst 2.uruny.applicator XLT, 2WD, 18K miles, consultants) for the must be submitted in
Montego Bayel, '06 36f. ,I Ion Corvette '81 Nissan '07 Pathfinder Harley prttr e new! /ouble boxes, for Tan, $32,000 334-688- project. Listed below writing to Tacha Phil-
Montego Bay, 4 Automatic 350 SE, Black, Auto. 56K Orange 1200R, Vance Low mieAsking $2,695ke new. two chemicals 8606,334-695-0688 s some pertinent in- lips (email
slides & Dodge Ram (Silver) sell as is mi. leather n & Hines Short Shots, Asking $2,695., t eo n 8606, 334-695-0688 for ato n re r dingn t ain-lips (e main
mi.T leather int., 3rd 334-693-5454mounted on tool bar. formation regarding eachaphilipws@melovin
073 &0Dei intr braided lines, 8,900' 334-693-5454 Good condition. $400. FORD '07 F-350,5.9 L this Request for eng.com) arwith copy
dua 3500 Diesel $6000 3 774-915 row seat, Like new. mi $7,995. 794-8037 Yamaha '09 1300V 229-758-3146 or 229- DSL Crew Cab 50K Qualifications? to te ry Alvarez
& Reese Hitch $16,000. 334-897-0582 HD'97,Fatboy, Pe Star touring bik, 400-5184 m 9 0 RF 0910-16 asncou
Asking $74,300. Datsun '78 280Z 2+2, Nissan '08 Sentra, ter & Black, lowered 2500 miles $7,80. 695-7769695-7770 RFQ 0910-16 ntyfl.com: fax (850)
334-655-1100. Careeker original owner, 5 4DR., like new! $200 garage kept.12 mi, 334-796-8174 2 2 Due Date: April 8. 482-9063) and cop
a eke speedlo fuelinjected, down,$229/mo. Call Must see. SIlk OBO INCOME DueoDate: A r e il4y
18 d k miesot,,some20102 :.0C0 200 p.m. Ci ntothePurchasinemi D
180k mrles, some Ron Ellis 714-0028. C'dale 850-352-4342 1Scooters/Mopeds) OPPORNITY tral Time", at the rector e-maill
WI { Wheel Drive work.$2500B850- Plymouth 'Voyager, 6 -1 SIXJackson County Pur shascher@jacksonco
579- 2136 Iv msg AC, CD, cruise con- T05ESA Ir, 90mpg, NER chasing Department untyfl.com; fax (850)
213 v msg AC CD cruise con- ,r 05 .-r-9Dmpg, STYLE 2864 Madison Street4829682).
7STFCONCESSION For '07Ranger Marianna, l 32448
S rd'04CrwnVcto-, $2000334-405-3130 L new.low miles, TRAILER automatiMarianna F 32448 The Owner reserves
a ria LX. | d*Aa6 Must see. $12,00OBO INCLUDESTis) the right to waive
C5 A Se965 8 2472.79 GRIDDLE, HOT & Excellent, $9800. will be selected any informalities or
32ft. 3-slides, 2A/C 5th Wheel; 2 slides/2 dream $8700 321- Tempest. 4 door COLD TRAYS, 334-790-7959
5.5 K Generator, Bdrms, large water, 231-6363.______ with 326 engine, Honda1 l Yamaha '05 Zurna COLD TRAYS, 334-790-7959 based on qualifica- to. reject any or all
5Kaded.nosmoke.nno 231- 63 .rea Go0cc 5000 Frill G Yamah u a Sports Traci bd d d
d. Erdno nir o ga- tan'. Runsgqreatl Good S:,,otr m r-on. 5 les ev- BOILINtions and experience bids. Each Bidder
.Ec.Con. condition. S30 4 erythng on it works, TRIPLE SINK fFORDm07ssor ac, m t o T
..70 334.r4001 quTd b0rteries. cn d -o ntr0, .29 4 .e o-t. 900 $9,000. OBO V-6 fully loaded, the type of pro- mus/her d sepositwith


S he .rok T34 r 55-3 -3901 20.i].00d 3-77-2. 5o n e, o te3r.$69005 9 $ 9 -0o $ 0BL O N et and will strictly his/her bid, security
Cherokee TOYOTA 0 58 an D83' GPE CONDITION NEG 34-347063621-00592714, 229-39-1890 follow the Consul- in the amount, form
28'L. les h 8. Li- i 8Ford Tauru Chevoy F03eAro van C06 UHen rCobb tants Competitive and subject to the
*- 2B06 Baa By Buggy. . need) AC. a0 r Ui h Lpak. 61K actual airbag, leather i Negotiations Act and conditions provided
O On n r 3 I4- Sel60,900M.$6422001-334-475-1723 g -port28tyVehicle 400hrs like new the ARRA rules and ithe information fore
)162 Ford '95 TBir.aurus Runs n car. rEd. 9,800.3 6 334-794 regulatio ns. ta and awards (Suretif any)
:,.39r. 4bb" l'- tEr ul' rC.':.biF' Chr chevy '04 Tahoe. 3226 FORD 200 Larat Plase direct anyused for obtaining
anng.69Kc.r -r. mite. :21.0,13-r. 911,r i .....n .: -. 83000 FORD '08 F250 questions regarding Board must appear
b. 343374-5 .r, c-e;.:iri. m.I ,sW. ne ..:,..r. V a75 850592 loadedVD95,000 these documents to as acceptable ac-
b. i334 .6-51,,r0a D try in.. I .ted miles,4unr door, auto- Larry Alvarez at the cording to the De-
-.W34951"'"c._wd_-runni- r ng bds, matic transmission, Jackson County Engi- apartment of Treasury
Ford 7L Ecrt $14.,00.850-18- 1978 ChevyStepFVan, Like New condition, neering Department. Circular570.
$400. 850 482-4057 TOYOTAru Toyot 09 Cmry D EAT CONDITION NEG.334 347-0619 interior, 4WD, ABS, submitted in writing No bid may be with-
COACHM38B-DSL, Sleeps 8, ne .re, 2 2.0 mle ull u- a/c, alloys, am/fm, and faxed to (850) drawn for a period of
SSlideouts, Loaded 3-90 959Cr r ,9hevy 03 ADAtro van CD, cruise, driver 482-9063 or emailed sixty days aft Bidder
Na'0 B .. r- 7 r, LtpackA. 6pK actual Red. 2 rbag, leather int., t Pu- scheduled closing
Li36.er n', 455t0, 5. 2008 B B ug. o e. O ::age, ad, l $L,500 M1 m.d rear air. very nse n 45a si Directocou time forrr o
e,500 SHOeus e Condition Finished inI -nt Whts al9 pwr, 5t con $7.800. OBO S, PW,tesun roof, ntyfl.cor with a copy bids. List of bidders
ingarea$27,500, miRealtreeHardwoods. Frd 50095 Taurus Runs 34 560ae726-1434/677-5489 6pm owpkg.$28,00 faxed to Stan and awards (if any)
Hitch $750r334-855- Full w r-insield. 2 gun Good. Wrckd.Can be "u I 5 Chrysler '9 Voyager. (229)942-0667 Hascher at (850) 482- shall be announced






334-618-6572. FORD -'96 F150 (334)479-8028 tie, auto, diesel, 42K ervd and minimum
24rl,'?.'o.wr,,:r,.front ,$0798 4(.61 `VT IB__. TI ,)0 .V6.auto. seatsB. 9692. We look for- at this meeting of the
Green, r5 speed, 6cyl,.,miles.40MPG.oad- rHONDA98 Vlkyrie r, Chevyw r, Tam. m F350 Dually 4X4 ward to working with Jackson County












Laton TvTar24Km s KoI -orraloi. F350l liuallt4X 4. l PYO H G SECT,
S 3 w./strans g .rainr,.,er.un r r 121:,..r 11inaowi2i,,, ,ns ga *. 1 ICmi.t Vnew tires, NOW loadeS you. A copy of the Board of Commis-

Also available tow (334)677-7501 d blu iWWW.jacksn 4x4 Auto, $5,300 229- FORDSncounty best bidOr der 11246, butand allthe













vehcle, C ''03 0M C Yuk30LE, on rra.eject ran' r lr *ition oidnsile.elc 334-8520, 229-296- BI NAME ackson applicable laws d
850-569-2215. Cell# all power, 81K miles Ford Mu8 Escort Cru, uer. e. m.n 3rd P Sa. Lca 033487-9845 or .com ciwalks FedPur- riht is reserved nt
mSylvan 198824ft console car, c omes 334-347-04149 Camry 40 Ne 3 l OBO Setic Truck, 5000 and bonding and in-















Ipontoon boat, 70 hsp within some new parts. VW '7 R -al | Wanted: | gaon capacity with Notice is hereby giv-Isurance required
mercu, good con This is a great manual oy MC Automobiles new moro pump.334- en to all interested ments. ali-








38-REDUCED 03 Amer edition, 5500 project car, has lsIike Kawasaki vul.an 693-5718 pa e ersons or firms that this project,
can Star36lideou5th 334-774-3469,- or inal motor new$11800 Drifter garage kept 0- -241 C r rt sealed bids, submit- IN PARTICULAR, BID-
LikWhee 2 sides/2 334983 13K round s great, extra ask f6r Tomr Le F er i 06exc. ted in triplicate, will DERS SHOULD NOTE







Bdrms large water, Aviation 334-35540 seat & saddle basNE, Hummer 06 H3,41k 3467 990 cond. asking for pay be accepted b rJack- THE aREQUIRED AT-
33e-464er5 I&1. g tTOYOTA r.0 si-r.s.0 f"4.5. Che "09 HHR LT1 ord 95 Weantar n F l chasing Director to the Special Provi-









28i040 BO nnee Kanxy- r'u..j rn r- v, j li' el.tr nrse ates afilite lling for parts 5 tr Jackson Cound RTyIF ONS a A
(850)579-5183 Flight Club Sharedo RL29 FORD83 Brand New extended warranty: 22OBO334-750-6237 r ueext, $500. 334-691- 3,100 mi. Asking $4 ty Bo Administration BE EXECUTED AND the
Copper Canyon 5th call Mike (334)791 201 Mustang GT 2 gps, solar/moon roof NDA'Sha w/p3, 17"2987334-701-5516 334-687-3171 Commissioners requirements of the


e almin Cessna 172 & 182 1974 aher $22495 OBOl.798-9695 Buiding, 2864 Madi- SUBMITTED WITH
round sound, 5g. liv- likernew, slide ext b, nt 2WD 850opoa s-Fnd_,_,sf ra

















828ft5thwheel hangar in Mar. exc. 1 O K amPar LI ... C yi VKaWasaki '04a650 -- ---2008 F-250 Ford Mitsubishi f 06 Raider son Street, Marianna, THE FORM OF BID
ng 3 sde cond. $2000 850-569- p, .:.:.r : r KLR, 6500 miles Jeep 03 Wrang6 Lariat Exc Cond Duro Cross, Crew Florida 32448, until PROPOSAL. be ob-
















anpee etras, clean 2969 e L R Flera;t.:.,n pr.:.at.t $2800. Call 334-790- cylinder, 5 speed, 4 i 3,176 Mn l $365000 Cab, V8, Loaded, 32K 2i00 m$ local time on ,, andthe
fice k 8 1 Ford Mustang 1966 80% complete. NADA 6654 after 5 p.m. wheel drive black Truck is fully loaded $14500. 334-791-0646 Apr 2010 for the EUAL OPPORTUNI-mum
334-618-6572. FORD '96Fv misgOVW '060Palatodiesel,442KPrEpl and109Eimum








5-5675Green, 5 speed, 6cyl engines/ 302 V8 with automat ls. 40MPG. load- HONDA '98soft top, hard doors, 850-569-2840 followingg item or TY EMPLOYER
Layton r Parts/Misc. jic trans. looks, runs & asking $9,500.334- Kawas91 Tourer all original lM edition ll PLYMOUTH '96 Grand O A under the Con-A
'0832f.Soralis w/2'99 Sunliner -s, engine runs 241raskin 693-5454 1600 Mean Stgreak Sp. owner. 111K miles, Vyar. new ire r. ACCESSIBL/FARlities,
33'King bed. LIKE NEW, OK, body damage Ed. 1100 Ming $6500 good condition. 080334618 Chevrolet o06 1500 paage. nrwtin of ap- HOUSING JUR1SDC-
garaslide in very good Original 1965 Musg a 334-693-5441-7909 12,999 OBO.913- Silverado WT, ex- Navistar'98 Eagle, pr.imately 1.82 TION
Also availablestow (334)677-7501393-9669 ed. biu ebld,:200 Kak. GSpS. 4ulcn9 ower stee rin00 0 -0R 8e t r, l, Ai ET S e









vehicle, GMC '03 sVaRahst r.,i 9,,0, asO2E t very clea 4x4 Auto, $5,300 229- FOR BIDS Order 11246, and all
ie to qn beda Limosine, E96, Lin. a s s r, $300 I. eg, Aet d cE 20 3 lea, g334-8520,2-296- BID NAME: Jackson applicable laws and

850718-5461 $500334-99-370283 289 auto, ac & overseas. $12,000. ss 0Murano T Sonoma 03 GMC k Avenue









o IMERCEDES 97 E320, Red Kawasaki 09' loaded, new tires, V8/5.4L eng, 104,168 Extended Cab 4.3V6 connecting back to aions










Terry Camper 16' ll 7K actual miles, Honda '06 Civic, Gray windshield.Gigantic Ninja Like New 250R color pewter, leather mi. Super Crew Cab, Engine Automatic ld Sanish Trail in m
sleeps 6. A/C. Silver/Beige excel- 4dr, a/c, 5sp, power. 430cid engine, Push w/ acket 3,500. mi. int72,55K mi. ood tires, tool box, Powerd '95 LTL 9000 BID NUMBER: 0910-20 and State of Florida,
$500.334-678-0151 lent condition1988 24 ft console car, comes 334-347-0414button trans. Will $3,995.334-692-3211 $13,900. 334- 13,500.334-894-1212 wSetic Truck, 5000re and bonding and in-
pontoon boat, 70 hsp with some new parts. "A- Wanted. gallon capacity with Notice is hereby giv- surance require,










S 334-687-3189 mileage & condition need a few parts. Leave Mess 673-0823 or 334-494-2823 $7,800. Call 792-0603. #425657-2-58-01) be- 10 en to all interested
RUD3 es-- mercury, good con- This is a greacent a ou a 3










UConcord Coachman I for Sale Excellent condition, truck.Call/text 796-
iti 5 Hprojct car, has i Koy Yahn- HotJobs and the r50- 693-5718 persons or firms that
cRE MtarsthE3erLE't 5 347tire,-346 dg5wheelslikettdBO.0-5/-2491s sealed bids, submit- IN PARTICULAR, BID-
36ftW heel; 2 slides/2 rebuilt $39trans.newnew T11800rans.Drifter,garage kept, ask fr Tom Corvair for parts ndidates fed in triplicatenna, anwill DER HOndULD NOTE
sis e 334-983-8399 13K, runs great, extra 1965-69 will haul off iehineSter. systr 06' exc.
Bdrms, large water, 334-355-2400 seat & saddle bags, Hummer '06 H3,41k 334-678-6990 cond. asking for pay beaccepted by Jack- THE REQUIRED AT-
sewer & gas tanks, Aviati I on very& cleanenewp pes miles, moon roofrO3fsat6te off, 334-618-9383 334- son County located TACHMENTS AND
(850)579-5183 Flight Club Share'83 080. 334-750-6237 radio, blue exterior eavyDuty 9Great Wide ifqualify ty Administration BEXExECUTED AND











r22ko2mi.,n4noTsmk,7kw 229-309-1242 OBO 334-475-6267 or W *
Sabre by Palamino Cessna 172 & 182 19148 $22,495 080.798-9695
'0,b8f b t welamo hangard in Mar. exc. Carrr:, LT (Cu V8 Kawasaki '04 650 2008 F-250 Ford Mitsubishi '06 Raider son Street, Marianna, THE FORM OF BID
'08 28 ft 5thwheel cond. $2000850-569-.p, .t: r KLR, 6500 miles Jee'03 Wrang 6 Lariat Exc. Cond. Duro CrossCrew Florida 32448, until PROPOSAL.
cam pera, 3 slides, 2969 orlt,..'n prnft. $2800. Call 334-790- cylinder, 5 speed, 4 13,176 Mi. $36000 Cab, V8, Loaded, 32K 2:0p m, ,local time Eon












y/b as, clean, /FMcs CDcompete. NADA 6654 afer 5 p.m. wheel drive, black, Truck is fully aded $14,500. 334-791-0646 00
5ee Wra5 er Disc Chauto Engines/r, Red 302 V with automat- $12,000., needs home soft top, hard doors, 850-5692840 ing
UnlimitedParts/Misc. ic trans looks, runs & asking $9,500. 334- Kawasaki '07 Vulcan AC, AM, FM, CD, 1 buddydigialexpcm : HANDICAP
Soralis99 Sunliner drives good asking 693-5454 1600 Mean Streak Sp. owner. 111K miles, ACCESSIBLE/FAIR
33' with one 14' Ed. 1100Mean60 oteknptils C7Corntruction of ap- HOUSINGfJURISDIC-
s goo action. Chevrolet '06 1500
$ 3249cond., $9,500. 0 engine, new-tires, all sidewalk along Old


fbp, wk. ho -' c ; s" Innnly 91 10
gas, 5,900 r ,, '.u. 1 r r0 d, z. ar,a p ,r 3,. ,YveIl main-
0130 334-89 12,' -. < 3,((,3 ,Q .75.r:,,r,n.. ,400'tJ;,0. Buy .'+ '
IS O" s,:. h ,,r 3 (,4 0Buy0.
Gulfstream '0 Acura 0T, T'. JEEP 1. Wrnul-r, r 0r. 3' -.26 s12
Kingsport, 30 X 8, like Black 5 SPD Loaded soft top, 49K miles, 2 6
new, 0 miles, kept $11,200 West Main doori, auto, 4 wheel Big Dog 06'md#
under shelter, 2 Car Sales LLC drive. $13,000. 334- Mastiff 14,500K mi.
slides, king bed, 1919 West Main St. 685-0846 black, 117 cubic inch. .
sleeps 4, CH&A, di-' 334-699-5880 engine 6-sp Baker
1,nette 18Mft aw ing. f l2f -ul _l t 0 =:r ''.n %..H. "r ,r, ,.c n

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". mustPltosa err to- rPlatimum Model 98K stroke scooter, or-
11 ,0 West Main Loaded $7,200 West ange, exc cond,
T1 I S LLe n Main Car Sales LLC aneexcod
,- mr ;ese8 mLLC MaindCsr Sates LL c street legal. $1295.
Monaco '03 Dynasty, 1919West Main St. 1919 West Main St. 334-774-2521334-774-
42FT, 3 slides, excel- 334-63499-5880 334699-5880 2773 after 5 P.M.tea
lent condition, garag-23 e P
ed, no pets, no smok- BMW'04 3301, black Lincoln 01' Excutive HARLEY Davidson '01
ing, a must to see. w/tan leather, auto- Series 103K mi. Road King Police, j-.."q
334-805-3335 matic, sunroof, good w/reg. serv., power 16,500 miles. White,
gas mileage. 80k mi. windows & seats clean & shop kept.
Savon21o r more. 6 13,900 334-685-6233 w. lumbar leather $11,000. 334-774-3663 j
Save $25K or more.
Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 Ford '99 Crown Victo- int. new tires adult HARLEY DAVIDSON
mi, many upgrades ria, loaded,77K miles, driven exc. cond. '02 Fatboy with lots
$159,700. 850-866- runs like new. $6200 $6,900. cash firm of Chrome, Black,
2774 FIRM. 334-774-9050 334-790-4892 $10,250 352-303-2713
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April 16th & 17th
Friday, Noon until 10 P.M. Saturday, 9A.M. until 9 P.M.
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For information on
Call Lisa Pelt
(850) 526-9121
For information on
Call Pauline Turner
<850) 482-3944


For information on
Call Richard Kunde
(850) 209-2959
For information on
CRAFT V/NOWNS
Call Charlotte Bruner
(850) 718-1022
brunnerc@cityofmarianna.com


Join us for the Smiling Pig
5k Walk/Run
For information call Margo Lambe
(850) 482-7721
www.manriannaartsfestival.com


Sponsored by:


FLORIDAN


Children About the Dag~ers of Tobacco


Join Us At The SWAT Day Out At The
Park Saturday, March 27th 10a.m-2pm
3ENNINGS FIELD PARK

Let's Stop Big Tobacco Together!


Mu Omicron Zeta


Sponsored in Part By:
Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. and the
West End SWAT Chapter


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