Title: Jackson County Floridan
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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Alternate Title: Sunday Floridan
Floridan
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna, Fla
Publication Date: March 31, 2010
Copyright Date: 2010
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Volume ID: VID00269
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Hundreds rally to save ACI

By DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
I FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
About 300 people turned out to support
Apalachee Correctional Institution at a
rally in Sneads Tuesday. Department of
Corrections Secretary Walt McNeill spoke


A large crowd turned out Tuesday in Sneads to protest the potential closing of ACI.


- Mark Skinner / Floridan


at the meeting,
telling the crowd to
call legislators and
protest a contro-
versial budget
measure proposed
last Thursday by
Sen. P J.D.
Alexander.
The Lakeland
Republican's calls
for the closure of
some state prisons,
so that the inmates


To view video of
Tuesday's rally, go
to jcfloridan.com


can be moved to the new Blackwater River
Correctional Institution in Santa Rosa
County. ACI is reportedly to be one of the
prisons targeted for closure.
'With roughly 600 jobs on the line there,
community leaders say that would devas-
tate the town and county.
McNeill said he believes Blackwater
will ultimately open, but said he has a bet-
ter plan to fill the privately run prison.
Rather than closing currelit institutions,
McNeill wants to take'one dorm's worth of
inmates from each of 17 Florida prisons
and move them to Blackwater. Most of
See RALLY, Page 7A >


New store

gets green

light in

Grand Ridge
BY ASHLEY McKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Jackson County will see yet
- another Dollar General store
go up in the comifig months,
this time in Grand Ridge.
Grand Ridge City Manager
JR Moneyham reported
Tuesday that the Grand Ridge
town council approved a .devel-
opment order for the new store
in a special meeting last week.
According to Moneyham, the
development order goes into
effect upon the developer
obtaining all necessary per-
mits.
Steve Hufstetler, the man
developing the store for the
chain under a lease agreement,
is also simultaneously develop-
ing the new Dollar General in
Alford. Hufstetler is affiliated
with the new store's developer,
Teramore Development LLC.
According to Moneyham,
the store will be open by or
around June 1, and is estimated
to generate about eight or nine
jobs. Although the opening'
should contribute some eco-
nomic growth through the cre-
ation of jobs, Moneyham says
it will not be a contributor to
the town's ad valorem tax base.
"Grand Ridge is one of the
few cities who has opted not to
assess a property tax. The
See STORE, Page 7A


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A worker cleans up debris left in the parking lot of the Express Lane Food Mart in
Graceville by the theft of an ATM from the store. Mark Skinner / Floridan


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
A van stolen from.one business was used to
steal an ATM at another in Graceville late
Monday night.
Both the van and the ATM were then aban-
doned on Mimosa Lane a few miles out of
town, with the ATM still attached to the tow
line used to steal it.
The van was stolen from the parking lot of
the business offices of the Home Oil, former-
ly Graceville Oil, convenience store on State
Road 77.
The ATM was stolen from Express Lane at
the corner of Peanut and Cliff roads.
Someone shattered the glass of the store front
to get to the ATM, attached a tow line from
the van to the machine and then drove away
with it. A significant portion of the Express
Lane store front in the area of the ATM was
destroyed.
The store was doing business in a some-
what "open air" fashion early .Tuesday; the
front doors were laying in the parking lot in
front of the store.
After police examined the scene, the store
maintenance crew was allowed to clean up a
good portion of the scattered glass, and cus-
tomers walked around the field of remaining
debris to get inside.
The rubble included bits of the shattered
glass walls, the double glass doors to the
business, broken bricks, and the rubber cap
that sat atop the ATM just inside the front
door of the business.
A homeowner on Mimosa Lane called
authorities early Tuesday to report that a van
was parked in his driveway, blocking his path
out.. Attached to the van, via a tow line, was a
battered ATM.
Graceville Police Chief Elton Horton is
being assisted in the case by the Jackson
County Sheriff's Office and the Florida
Department of Law Enforcement Crime Lab.
See ATM, Page 7A >


Chipola team heads to nationals

But it's not a

sports team
By ASHLEY McKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The Chipola Brain Bowl Team
has won the FCCAA State
Championship for the third year
in a row, and is now headed to the
national competition in Chicago.
There, Chipola Brain Bowlers
will compete against top schools
'like Yale and Harvard. The Chipola Brain Bowl Team on March 20 won the FCCAA State
In the state competition on Championship for the third year in a row. Pictured from left are
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Vet rescues tangled kittens
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The four kittens that Mary Heath thought were conjoined at
birth turned out to be in a different kind of pickle instead.
On Tuesday, Heath put out a plea seeking assistance for the
offspring of a stray cat that had been in her neighborhood for
months. She believed the four kittens were joined at one back
foot, at the least. ,
On hearing of the kittens' dilemma Tuesday, Ark Animal
Hospital veterinarian Dr. Don Kelly, of Marianna, called Heath
and said he'd like to see if he could help.
By noon, the kittens, now separated, were back home with
their mother.
Kelly discovered that, as he had suspected, the kittens were not
really conjoined. But they were hopelessly tangled together by
their umbilical cords. Because the cord has completely wrapped
up their feet, Heath thought they were conjoined.-
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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:
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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You should receive your newspa-
per no later than 6 i.m., but if for
some reason it does not arrive call
the Floridan's customer service rep-
resentatives between 8 a.m. and 5
p.m. Monday-Friday and 7-11 a.m.
on Sunday. The Jackson County
Floridan (USPS 271-840) is pub-
lished Tuesday through Friday and
Sunday mornings.- Periodical
postage paid at Marianna, Fla.
Subscription
Rates
Home delivery: $11.23 per
month; $32.83 for three months;
$62.05 for six months; and $123.45
for one year. All prices include apphi-
cable state and-local taxes. Mail sub-
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Mail subscriptions are: $46.12 for
three months; $92.24 for six
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The advertiser agrees that-the
publisher shall not be liable for
damages arising out of errors and
advertisements beyond the amount
paid for the space actually occupied
by that portion of the advertise-
ments in which the error occurred,
whether such error is due to the
negligence of the publisher's
employees or otherwise, and there
shall be not liability for non-inser-
tion of any advertisement beyond
the amount paid for such advertise-
ment. This newspaper will not
knowingly accept or publish illegal
material of any kind. Advertising
which expresses preference based
on Legally protected personal char-
acteristics is not acceptable.
How to get your
news published
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publish news of general interest free
of charge. Submit your news or
Community Calendar events via e-
mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery.
Fees may apply for wedding;
engagement, anniversary and birth
announcements. Forms are avail-
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Photographs must be of good qual-
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Floridan reserves the right to edit all
submissions.


Getting it


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


March 31 Wednesday
Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open Wednesdays, 9 a.m. to 3
p.m.
AARP Tax-Aide, Marianna, offers free tax
return preparation and e-filing services for
low- and middle-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 continue
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 individuals
interested in updating or acquiring additional
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.
Today is the application deadline for Big
Bend Area Health Education Center's Health
Careers Summer Camp. Current 10th
graders in Jackson County interested in
health care professions are encouraged to
apply. The week-long Day Camp will be on
the campus of Chipola College in Marianna,
July 19-24. No charge to participate. Space-
limited. Applications available at Big Bend
AHEC or through school guidance coun-
selors and 10th grade teachers. Call 482-
6500.'

April 1 Thursday
Covenant Hospice offers a free monthly
Alzheimer's support group for caregivers at
the Marianna Covenant Hospice branch
office, 4440 Lafayette St., in the old Danley
Building across from the courthouse, 1-2
p.m. on the first Thursday of every month.
Attendees will have the opportunity to
explore their emotions in a safe, caring envi-
ronment. Light refreshments served. No
cost; registration required. Call 482-8520 or
888-817-2191.
.The Southeastern Community Blood


Center mobile unit will be at the Marianna VA
Clinic, 4970 Highway 90, 2-5. p.m., .or donate
blood at the center, 2503 Commercial Park
Drive in Marianna, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to
6 p.m. Call 526-4403.
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 continue
-Thursday evenings through April 15. For an
appointment, call 693-0873.
A Florida Departmept of Transportation
Public Information Meeting is 5:30-6230 p.m.
in Sneads Town Hall, 2028 Third Avenue,
regarding an upcoming project that involves
milling and resurfacing the portion of SR 10
from just east of Desoto Avenue to just east
of Third Avenue. Call 415-9479.
East Jackson County Relay-for-Life meets
at the West Florida Electric Office in Sneads
at 6 p.m. This will be the last planning meet-
ing prior to the relay event. All track markers
must be turned in tonight.
The Jackson County Quilters' Guild Sit-n-
Sew is the first and third Thursdays of the
month-, 6-8 p.m. at the American Legion Hall
in Alford. Anyone interested in quilting or
sewing is invited. Call 579-4146 or 394-
7925. .
The William Dunaway Chapter, Florida
-Society, Sons of the American Revolution,
meets at Jim's Buffet & Grill with the Dutch
treat meal at 6:30 p.m. Guest speaker: Rosie
Smith, director, Public Relations, Marketing.
& Physician Recruitment at Jackson
Hospital, and member of the Chipola Chapter,
NSD.AR, will speak on her professional health
care experiences at the hospital and her
membership in the DAR and Huguenot
-Society. Anyone interested in the SAR is wel-
come. Call 594-6664.
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.

April 2 Friday
The Southeastern Community Blood'
Center mobile unit will be at Jackson Hospital
Health Dept. 12-4 p.m., or donate blood at
the center, 2503 Commercial Park Drive in
Marianna, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Call 526-4403.


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.
The Jackson County NAACP branch will
be selling smoked Boston butts on Friday,
April 2 and Saturday, April 3, for $20 each.
Orders need to be placed in advance. Call
569-1294, 557-0374 or 482-3766.

April 3 Saturday
The Annual Altrusa Yard Sale is 8-11:30
a.m. at MEGA Gym, Kelson Avenue,
Marianna. Something for everyone. Proceeds
benefit Coats for Kids and other community
projects.
The Bass-Blizzard-Boyette-Brazell-
Dudley-Durden-Edenfield-Jeter-Pitts Family
Reunion is 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. in the Grand
Ridge Community Center. Bring a large cov-
ered dish, drinks (no alcohol) and desert.
Attendees are asked to help pay for sup-
plies/facility rental by chipping in $8. Call
237-1372 or 579-4730.
New Mount Olive Missionary Baptist
Church at 2870 Barnes St. in Marianna' is
hosting an Easter Egg Hunt starting at 11
a.m.
The annual Mayo/Shores Reunion is at
McCormick Pond Lakehouse, off US' Highwaiy
167. Lunch is at noon. Paper goods provid-
ed. Bring a covered dish and drinks (and
Easter eggs, if you have small children). Call
Marion Shores, 639-4359; or Thelma Lynch,
639-5305.
The .Jackson County NAACP branch will
be selling smoked Boston butts on Friday,
April 2 and Saturday, April 3, for $20 each.
Orders need to be placed in advance. Call
569-1294, 557-0374 or 482-3766.
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.

April 4 Sunday
Friendship Assembly of.God, 3258 Sapp
Road in Cottondale, hosts an Easter Egg Hunt
and lunch following the morning presenta-
tion at 11 a.m.


POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for March
29, the latest available
report: one missing juve-
nile (found and returned),
one suspi-
cious vehi- ,'-'-=
cle, two sus- '
picious inci- ,.
dents, one, C IME
suspicious 4 *
person, one verbal distur-
bance, nine traffic stops,


two larceny complaints,
three criminal mischief
complaints, one assault,
one fight in progress
reported, one noise distur-
bance, one animal com-
plaint, two assists of other
agencies and one open
door/window checked.
JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and
county fire/rescue listed


the following incidents
for March 29, the latest
available report: two hos-
pice deaths, one suspi-
cious vehicle, two suspi-
cious incidents, two sus-
picious persons, two bur-
glaries, five verbal distur-
bances, 11 medical calls,
one traffic accident, two
burglar alarms, seven
traffic stops, one larceny
complaint, two criminal
mischief complaints, two
civil disputes, two tres-


pass complaints, two
fraud complaints, one
assist of a
motorist/pedestrian, three
assists of other agencies,
three public service calls
and one report of possi-
ble counterfeit money.
JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
'The following people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-


est reporting periods:
Arseno Perez, 38,
Malone (no physical
address given), aggravat-
ed assault with a deadly
weapon.
JAIL POPULATION: 226
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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Pilot Club, Anchors

visit Golson


The Pilot Club of Marianna Inc. and members of the
Marianna High School Anchors recently shared the
Brainminders Buddies program, for the after-school
kids, at Golson Elementary School during
Brainminders Week. Attending were Pilot President
Judy Lanier; Anchors President-elect Kelsey Olive,
treasurer Rebecca Smith and Taylor Down; and
Pilot member Pat Furr. Contributed photo


LOCAL


Jackson County Floridan Wednesday, March 31, 2010 3A


SCBC officials: Frequency matters


Blood usage outpacing donations


0 pos. and 0

neg. at less than

one-day supply
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Officials at Southeastern
Community Blood Center report that
donations to the community's blood
supply are not keeping pace with
.patient usage. This has left blood sup-
ply levels in the more than 26 coun-
ties SCBC serves at critical levels,
especially for types 0 positive and 0
negative.
"Without school drives during
spring break and the arrival of beauti-
ful spring weather after a record
breaking cold winter, less donors are
opting to sit indoors and donate
blood. Blood types most impacted
are 0 positive and 0 negative, the


universal blood type," said Jeanne
Dariotis, SCBC regional vice presi-
dent.
This spring, SCBC launched a
"Frequency Matters" campaign to get
the word out that individuals can give
blood every 56 days. They hope
blood donors will get the message
that they can give more than once a
year and join SCBC's "Frequency
Matters" challenge.
On average, blood donors give one
time a year, when in reality they can
give whole blood up to six times a
year. If a donor gave blood just one
more time a year, blood shortages
would not exist.
SCBC focus groups have shown
that even inactive blood donors con-
tinue to claim to be blood donors,
even when they have not give in
more than a year or two. SCBC says
it seems once a person gives blood,
they consider themselves a blood
donor for life, even if they never give
again.


SCBC is currently distributing to
donors a "Frequency Matters" shirt
with an education card explaining the
importance of giving blood frequent-
ly. According to SCBC, many blood
donors and non-donors alike do not
know:
A unit of donated whole blood
only lasts 42 days.
Whole blood donors can give
every 56 days.
A unit of platelets only lasts five
days.
Platelet donors can give every 14
days.
Healthy people, age 16 (with
parental permission) or older, who
weigh at least 110 pounds can be
blood donors. Photo ID. is required.
For more information on the SCBC
center and blood drive locations, con-
tact SCBC at 850-877-7181, 800-
722-2218 or visit its Web site at
www.scbcinfo.org.
All locations are open Monday to
Friday, 9 a.m.. to 6 p.m.


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SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Each year, members of
Altrusa of Marianna bring
their resources together tq
hold a yard sale, to support
community projects. The
club says one of the rnost
important projects they
undertake each year is
Coats for Kids.
Every winter, there are
children in Jackson County
who go to school without a
jacket to keep them warm.
Altrusa provides a resource
for teachers to provide a
coat or jacket for these chil-
dren.
Each year, Altrusa uses
the proceeds from their
yard sale and golf tourna-
ment to purchase the coats
needed, and to fund other
projects that are needed' in
the community.
The annual Altrusa Yard
Sale is Saturday morning,


FDOT announces
public information
meeting in Sneads
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Florida Department of
Transportation will host a
public information meeting
on Thursday, to present to the
public proposed improve-
ments for State Road 10/U.S.
Highway 90 in Sneads.
The meeting will be 5:30
to 6:30 p.m. in the Sneads
Town Hall, 2028 Third
Avenue.
Currently, FDOT plans to
resurface SR 10 from east of
Desoto Avenue to east of
Third Avenue.
The project is approxi-
mately one mile in length and
is currently scheduled for
construction in October
2012.

Covenant Hospice
celebrates National
Doctor's Day
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Covenant Hospice marked
National Doctor's Day,
March 30, by paying tribute
and recognizing its physi-
cians, Dr. Mark Akerson and
Dr. Steven Spence, "for their
contributions to public health
and well being."
Covenant Hospice
employs staff physicians who
have advanced training in
pain management. Covenant
physicians make house calls
and are available to consult
with the patient's physician
and other Covenant Hospice
staff to coordinate the pallia-
tive aspects of patient care.


Gardening Friends of the Big Bend will
meet at the ,North Florida Research and
Education Center near Quincy at 6:30 p.m.
EDT, Tuesday, April 13.
The purpose of this group is to promote


Altrusa members Kathy Milton, left, and Kathy Sloan get
ready for the group's annual yard sale fundraiser, set tor
Saturday, April 3, from 8 a.m. to noon at MEGA Gym
on Kelson Avenue in Marianna. Contributed photo
April 3, from 8 a.m. to Kelson Avenue, behind
noon at MEGA Gym on Chipola Ford in Marianna.


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Dear editor,
I wrote a letter on March 22
about the so-called Obama
health care bill. I received sev-
eral nice comments about the
letter. However, there seem to
be some who felt I was mistak-
en about who the bill belonged'
to.
I still contend that the health
care bill that was rammed
through Congress will be the
burden of the tax-paying.citi-
zens of this country, a majority


who opposed the bill that was
poked down their throats and
now will have to-accept and
pay for.
The current Democratic
leadership totally disregarded
the majority of the citizens of
this nation. At the cost of the
taxpayer, many deals were
made just to buy a vote.
There was a time in the coun-
try that it was a crime to "buy
votes." However. I am finding
out that we have a moral status
in this nation that believes
"sins" are, quote, "A state of
one's mind." The taxpayers of
the next 10 years will pay for
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these "votes," not Obama, nor
his Democratic political
"pals."
Lastly, Mr. Editor, I would
like someone who knows
about the rights of a president
to tell me how any president
could cut out something from a
bill that was voted in by the
Congress? How could Obama
sign an executive order to stop
any of this bill's funds going to
abortion? If the bill provided
for funds to allow abortions,
how could an executive order
disallow it? If that is what took
place, that is dictatorial pow-
ers. However, that seems the


attitude of our current presi-
dent. Do it my way or else.
Pray for our country. Pray
for our national and local polit-
ical leadership. Pray for the
citizens of our country. My
prayer is that none will stop
speaking out about the wrong
that is being done, and the dis-
regard for the political, person-
al and moral positions of our
citizens. Just because we stand
for the truth and for right does
not mean that we are rebels,
raciest, haters, etc. Thank you.
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Artis Jackson Scurlock
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on Monday,. March 29,
2010.
He was born on October
18; 1925, in Bay County, FL,
to Amos Jackson Scurlock
and Nancy Etta Scurlock.
Mr. Scurlock was a devoted
husband, father and grand-
father. He served in the
U.S. Army during World
War II ,and was a retired
farmed in Jackson County.
He enjoyed gardening,
fishing in his pond and be-
ing with his family.
Mr. Scurlock was preced-
ed in death by his father,
Amos Jackson. Scurlock,
and his mother, Nancy Etta
Scurlock; his brother, Wiley
Milton Scurlock and John
Leslie Scurlock, and his sis-
ter, Myrtis Eldridge.
He is survived by his lov-
ing wife of 64 years, Faye
Scurlock; three daughters,
Sherryl Richards and her
husband, Joe, of Panama
City, FL, Gail Daffin and
her husband, Kenneth, of'
Cottondale, FL, and Angela
Williams and her husband,
Melvin, of Headland; two
sons, Garris Scurlock and
his wife, Dianne, of
Cottondale, FL, and Craig
Scurlock and his wife Cher-
yl, of Dothan; one sister,
Nancy Evelyn Shouppe and
two brothers, Henry Floyd
Scurlock and Walter Arvan
Scurlock. He is also sur-
vived by his grandchildren,
Timothy Matthew Richards
and wife, Kathryn, Gentry
Leigh McClenney and hus-
band, Jeremy, Amanda Kay
Burkett, and husband,
Robert, Kerry Daffin Gause,
Kenneth Blair Daffin, Bran-
dy Nicole Scurlock, and
Kristin Caitlin Scurlock; 12
great-grandchildren, and a
host of nieces and neph-
ews.
Visitation will be on Wed-
nesday, March 31, 2010
from 6-8 p.m. at Williams
Funeral Home. Funeral
services will be held at.10
a.m. on Thursday; April 1,
2010, at Grace Assembly in
Chipley, FL, with Rev. Dal-
las Pettis, Rev. Jim Creel,
and Elder Gerald Gause of-
ficiating. Interment will fol-
low at the Pilgrim Rest
Baptist Church Cemetery.


ATM
Continued From Page 1A

An FDLE mobile unit
was dispatched from
Tallahassee early Tuesday
to process thle van and the
ATM. .
Authorities believe the
thief or thieves got into.
another vehicle and fled the
scene, abandoning the van
and the ATM.
Law'enforcement did not
initially disclosed whether
the thieves were able to
open the ATM.


Rally


those prisons have 10 to 12 dorms
each, he said, and moving one
dorm from each would keep all the
prisons open and reduce their pop-
ulations to safer levels.
McNeill said he is prepared to
fight the proposed closures, and
encouraged the crowd to do what
they could. That might include
going to Tallahassee today to wit-
nessthe debate over an amendment
that Sen. Al Lawson, D-
Tallahassee, crafted to counteract
Sen. Alexander's budget measure.
Lawson's amendment would strip
out the language to close several
prisons, and leave DOC funding
intact.
Many in the crowd appeared
ready to take McNeill's advice,
picking up a legislative call list
provided by organizers of the
meeting. Those organizers includ-
ed Jackson County Commission
Chairman Jeremy Branch,
Gadsden County Commissioner
Gene Morgan, Sneads business


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While these four kittens turned out not to be conjoined,
they were 'stuck together by their entangled umbilical
cords. Dr. Don Kelley, a veterinarian with Ark Animal
Hospital, was able to successfully free the kittens
Tuesday. Mark Skinner / Floridan


owners Cody and Gina McDaniel,
the East Jackson County
Development Council and others.
Sneads City Council member
Ricky Whittington was also one of
the speakers. He pointed out sever-
al potential effects if ACI were to
close. He said inmate work squads
save Sneads between $150,000 and
$175,000 a year in labor costs.
Prisoners mow, pick up liter and
work on construction projects in
public parks and streets.
ACI is also the town's major
wastewater treatment customer.
Treating the prison's waste gener-
ates about $368,000 a year for the
town, Whittington said. That's 39
percent of the wastewater depart-
ment's entire annual revenue.
Many people fear the closure of
ACI would spell the end of Sneads,
as families moved away to seek
work elsewhere. Schools could
empty" and stores lose, meaning
more job losses.
Talk on Tuesday also turned to


Kelly separated them from
the umbilical cords, thus
separating them from each
other. They should live out
their lives as any other nor-
mal cat.
'Heath said she was
grateful for Kelly's help,
adding that he charged
nothing to do the work.
Kelly said he was
amazed the kittens were
able to maneuver well
enough to nurse and stay
alive long enough to be res-
cued.
Normally, a mother kit-
ten will sever the umbilical
cords herself. But in this
case, for whatever reason,
she didn't. Kelly said he's


matters beyond the town's well-
being.
The relationship between legis-
lators, lobbyists and the privates
sector in general also entered the
discussion.
The Blackwater prison is to be
run by the GEO Group, in a lease-
purchase agreement with the state.
Blackwater was built with money
obtained through a state bond
issue.
At the meeting in Sneads
Tuesday, several speakers associat-
ed the Blackwater deal with dis-
graced legislator Ray Sansom, say-
ing the funding structure for the
prison's construction is very much
like another project associated
with Sansom, a controversial air-
port hangar.
Several people at the meeting
carried- signs protesting what they
called the "Blackwater bail-out"
and privatization in general.
Some say the state is, in effect,
covering a mistake GEO Group


seen similar cases a half-
dozen times or so in his
career.
The umbilical cords
would have fallen off on
their own in a couple of
weeks, but without help the
kittens would have been at
risk of starvation or ill
health.
Heath continues to hope
that she'll find good, homes
for the foursome. She said
she'll do her best to raise
them herself, if that doesn't
happen, but it will be a
struggle she'd rather not
tackle if another loving
.home opens up.
She can be reached at
272-2143.


Continued From Page 1A


made in estimating the need for
prison beds when it brokered' its
deal with Florida, and that some
legislators appear willing to let the
state now take responsibility for
.the company.
Former Florida legislator Curtis
Richardson, along with Branch and
correctional officer union repre-
sentative Jim Baiardi, all men-
tioned Sansom when protesting the
closure of state prisons to populate
Blackwater.
All the' speakers at Tuesday's
rally shared one message that
the people of the Florida
Panhandle must stick together, as
the region fights to keep its prisons
open.
Branch said legislators need to
be reminded that citizens of north
Florida welcomed prisons at a time
when communities in other areas
of the state were rejecting them.
Embedded in that understanding
was a promise of fidelity that the
state needs to keep, Branch said.


Store Continued From Page 1A

county does, but we don't," dents are really excited about the they won't have to." cil members being as accommodat-
Moneyham said. So where Alford's convenience of the new store," Moneyham said this is a project ing as possible and holding special
new Dollar General may contribute Moneyham said. "I have heard a lot that has been in the works for more meetings to approve municipal
to the town's tax base, Grand Ridge of positive talk around town about it. than two years. The developers, for polices, Moneyham says they're
will not. People were having to travel too far whatever reason, just got off track, hopeful the store will hit the esti--
"Regardless, I think town resi- for a quick run to the store. Now he said. But with Grand Ridge coun- mated opening date.


Chipola Continued From Page 1A


730 to 350 in the finals, in order to
claim the title.
Chipola Brain Bowl coach Stan
Young said the team finished the
initial round with a perfect 9-0
record on their way to the champi-
onship game, which pitted Chipola
against Valencia for the second
straight year.
Three Chipola team members
were among the top 10 individuals
in the tournament Dallin Kelson
was fifth overall with 750 points;
Cody Pickens was sixth with 495
points; and Ethan Hewett scored


440 points to take 10th place over-
all.
Other members also made com-
mendable scores. Nathan Hooppell
and Drew Padgett scored among
the top 40 players in the tourna-.
ment.
"Assistant coach Robert Dunkle
and I thank everyone for the sup-
port we have received this year. We
all should be proud," Young said.
This is the first time since the
1980s that a community college
has won the state championship
three years in a row, Young said.
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Success at the state level brings
the team to the Division II National
Championship in Chicago, set for
April 10. This competition has
Brain Bowlers anxiously awaiting
their trip to the Windy City.
"The team is really excited about
Chicago, they've been working
really hard this year and deserve to
make it there," Young said.
Young says although most of
the trip will be about getting
down to business, he plans to
allow a little pleasure as well. The
team will be arriving in the city a


day early for a little sightseeing.
Young said the team was plan-
ning to visit ,the Chicago Art
Institute and the Shedd Aquarium
in their spare time.
Young says although fun is
planned, the trip is focused on the
competition.
With three official practices a
week, totaling around eight hours,
team members should be fully pre-
pared Young, said.To view the
Brain Bowlers win, visit
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Indians snap streak


CC smashes

Northwest to

end losing skid
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Chipola Indians snapped
a five-game losing streak on
Monday at Chipola Field, beat-
ing the Northwest Florida State
Raiders 10-6 in 6 innings.
Austin Wright pitched a com-'
plete game shutout to earn the
victory. He allowed just three
hits on the night, While walking
four and striking out seven.
The Indians got four home
runs on the night, including a
pair by Eric Sauls, who led
Chipola with five RBI.
Andy Fermin and Aaron
Etchison also added home runs
for the Indians, who improved to
17-17 overall and 4-6 in
Panhandle Conference play.
"We finally put together a
good pitching performance, we
swung the bat well, and got a
complete game performance,"
Chipola coach Jeff Johnson said
of his team. "Everyone needed it
for morale and confidence. It
was a good win. I was pleased
and proud of the kids."
The Indians' previous five
losses came in the form of a pair
of defeats to Tallahassee, and a
three-game sweep at the hands
of Gulf Coast.
In those losses, Chipola pitch-
ing gave up an average of 10
runs per game.
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Chipola shortstop Blake Newalu hits a pitch during a game earlier this season at Chipola Field. The
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WEDNESDAY


Short-handed

Bulldogs fare

well at Arnold
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Marianna Bulldogs track
team traveled to Arnold over the
weekend and competed in the
Arnold Meet.
Despite being short-handed,
the Bulldogs fared well, placing
seven competitors in the top three
in their events.
Marianna was without a hand-
ful of seniors, who were in
Panama City preparing for a bas-
ketball all-star game at Gulf
Coast.
But the Bulldogs were able to
put together a nice overall per-
formance, and get some younger
competitors time on the track.
"Overall, it's a meet that we
needed, especially for the
younger kids," Marianna coach
Chucky Brown said. "They were
able to get in instead of sitting
behind those upperclassmen.
They were able to get in and
compete and do well."
Freshman Latia Bass finished
second in the discus throw for
Marianna, with Andreal Johnson
placing third.
Marianna sophomore Larry
Bush won the discus for the
Bulldog boys.
Freshman Tatiana Hall placed
second in the 200-meter dash,'
while fellow freshman Patrick
Cox tied the school pole vault
record by clearing 10 feet.
Junior Treshae Patterson was
third in the high jump, while
Jessie McGowan finished second
in the two-mile run, putting up a
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GHS tops Lafayette


10-9 in 11 innings


Graceville's Devin Cassidy, middle, throws the ball in during a
game earlier this season in Graceville. The Tigers defeated
Lafayette 10-9 in 11 innings for their second straight victory. -
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BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Graceville Tigers took
their second straight win Monday
night at home, outlasting
Lafayette 10-9 in 11 innings.
The Tigers overcame a 9-2
deficit to tie the game at 9-9
through seven innings.
An RBI single by David Miller
in the bottom of the llth inning
scored Jeremy Fowler for the
game-winning run.
"It was a pretty exciting
game," Graceville coach Travis
Miller said after the game. "We
got down early, but I hoped our
guys wouldn't roll over and we
we didn't. We strung some hits
together and got back in it."
Nick Paprzycki started on the'
mound for the Tigers, but it was
Chris Willis' eight innings of
relief that carried the day for
Graceville.
Willis threw 114 pitches for the
Tigers to take the win.
"Willis struggled in the fourth
a little bit and gave up a couple
hits," Miller said. "But after the
sixth inning, he was just lights
out. He pretty much shut them
down."
Lafayette jumped out to a 6-0
lead through three innings, then
extended to 9-2 going into the
bottom of the sixth.
But the Tigers responded with


"'I was happy to see
them show some more
emotion and some
fight."
-Travis- Miller,
Graceville coach

seven total runs in the sixth and
seventh innings, tying the game
on a fielder's choice in the sev-
enth.
With the bases loaded, Tyler
Crutchfield smoked a ball back
up the middle that hit the pitch-
er's stomach and bounced away
from him on the infield.
The pitcher recovered to throw
Crutchfield out at first, but the
run scored to send it to extras.
In the 11th, Crutchfield singled
between third base and shortstop,
then moved to second on a field-
er's choice.
Fowler came on to pinch-run
for Crutchfield, and a walk to
Jacky Miles put two on with one
out. A sacrifice fly by Garrett
Steverson allowed the runners to
move into scoring position.
David Miller then came up and
hit a hard line drive to right field,
which the Lafayette right fielder
misjudged and watched sail over
See GHS, Page 2B >


MHS rallies again, tops Seminole


BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna High School Bulldogs spent their
first official day of spring break on the diamond in
Donaldsonville, Ga., picking up an 11-9 win over
the Seminole County Indians.
For the second time in as many games, the
Bulldogs were forced to come from behind to
claim the victory.
Jaren Bannerman got the nod on the mound for
the Indians, but was relieved in the third inning by
Dustin O'Hearn, who picked up the win. Zack
Smith came on in the sixth to fick up the save.
Seminole County got. on the board first, with
Josh Buczek leading pff with a double and scoring
on an error. A hit batter and a'couple of walks plat-
ed two more runs before the bottom of the first
came to a halt with the Bulldogs trailing 3-0.
Josh Buczek started the second inning with a
triple, scoring on a single by Sam Buczek.
A walk to Chris Brown put runners on the cor-
riers with the older Buczek scoring on a double by
Jaen Coleman.. Brown stole home on a passed ball
before the inning came to an end with the Indians'
lead at 6-0.
The Bulldogs plated four runs in the top of the
third inning. Chris Godwin led off with a single
and took second on a passed ball. Jaren
Bannerman put Godwin in scoring position with a
sacrifice, setting up an RBI sacrifice by Jae Elliott.
Austin Branch took one in the hip, with Clayte
Rooks following with a base on balls.
Colby Johnson drew a walk and Branch scored
on a wild pitch. A double steal put runners in scor-
ing position for Zack Smith's two-RBI single to
narrow the deficit to 6-3. Following a walk to
start the bottom of the third, O'Hearn was brought
to the mound. A ground out was followed by a
pair of walks before O'Hearn fanned the next bat-
ter and induced a grounder to the mound to get out
of the inning. *
Marianna picked up one run in the top of the


Marianna's Alex Bigale delivers a pitch during a
game earlier this season. The Bulldogs defeated
the Seminole County Indians 11-9 on Monday
night in Donaldsonville, Ga. -Floridan File
Photo
fourth inning. Alex Bigale drew a walk, and
Godwin was beaned, with Elliott drawing a one-
out walk to load the bases.
Bigale came home to score when a third strike
to Branch got away from the catcher.
Seminole County answered with two runs in the
See RALLY, Page 2B.>


The South Walton Seahawks got a run in
the bottom of the seventh inning to deal the
Cottondale Hornets a 5-4 defeat Monday
night in Santa Rosa Beach.
The Seahawks jumped out to a 3-0 lead
after three innings, but a three-run sixth by
the Hornets tied the game at 4-4 heading
into the final frame. A single, a stolen base,
and another hit brought the game-winning
run to the plate for the Seahawks.
Patrick McClain started on the mound for
the Hornets and .got a no-decision, giving
up five hits, two earned runs, and three
walks in five innings, striking out eight.
Ryan Morrissey took the loss for
Cottondale, giving up one earned run on
three hits in two innings. Chris Clemmons
and Caleb Toole each had a hit and an RBI
for CHS, while McClain had a hit and a run.
"I never question the heart these guys
have because they always fight to the end,"
Cottondale coach Greg Ohler said of his
players. "It was just a game where we gave
them some runs early on some errors and it
proved to be the difference.
"It would have been nice to get this one
going into the break, but there were still a
lot of positives we can take from it."
T


Cottondale's Drew Bellamy trots around the bases
after hitting a home run during a game earlier this
season. CHS lost to South Walton 5-4 Monday night
in Santa Rosa Beach. Floridqn File Photo


SPORTS


South Walton sneaks past Cottondale 5-4
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR









2B Wednesday, March 31, 2010 Jackson County Floridan


SPORTS www.JCFLORIDAN.com


Chipola Baseball
The Chipola Indians
will play the second
game of a three-game
series with Northwest
Florida State today in
Niceville at 5 p.m.
The Indians finish the
series Friday at home at
2 p.m., before playing
the first game of a three-
game series with
Tallahassee on Saturday
at home at 1 p.m.

Chipola Softball
The Chipola Lady
Indians play a double-
header ag.iint Gulf
Coast on Thursday in
Panama Cit'% at 4 p.m.,
and 6 p,m.
Chipola's next double-
header will be on April 7
against the Pensacola
Lady Pirates on the road.
The Lady Indians
return home April 10 for
a pair of games against
Tallahassee.

AAU Basketball
The Harambee
Dragons will host tryouts
for boys and girls basket-
ball teams to play AAU
basketball this summer.
The Dragons will hold
their next tryout on April
10 at Marianna Middle
School. Girls tryouts will
run from 10 a.m. to 12
p.m., with registration at
9 a.m., while boys try-
outs will run from 2 p.m.
to 4 p.m., with registra-
tion at 1 p.m.
Age groups for the
teams will be 17-and-
under, and 15-and-under.
Tryouts. are free, but
players must have physi-
cal form. For more infor-
mation, contact Darold
Pope at 850-272-5000.

Old-Timers 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's
old gym.
Former Grand Ridge
graduates, basketball
players, and cheerleaders
are invited to participate.
Players and cheerlead-
ers 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 theyparticipate in
chapter activities, includ-
ing attending state con-
vention. For more infor-
mation, contact Glenn
Alexander by phone. at
482-9835, ext. 263, or by
e-mail at glenn.alexan-
der@jcsb.org.

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

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


Bulldogs
Continued From Page 1B

personal record in the
process.
The Bulldogs were with-
out top sprinters Christina
Wynn and Sharhae
Williams, as well as Tre
Long and RJ Bowers on the
boys' side.
Derrika Fitzpatrick was
also out due to injury.
But Brown said he has
been pleased with what he's
seen from his team.
"For the group that we
have, we're doing well,"
the coach said. "The girls
are doing very well with the
small number of girls that
we have, placing first or
third in every event.
"We're pretty young on
the boys' side, but overall
we're doing pretty well."
Marianna will next com-
pete in Wewahitchka on
April 7, with the previously
planned Jackson County
Championships cancelled.


GHS
Continued Ftom Page 1B


his head for a hit.
In a season that has
been mostly frustrating, it
was a welcomed sight for
Graceville fans to see the
Tigers celebrating such a
dramatic victory.
"I was real happy,"
Travis Miller said. "That's
the best team we've beat-
en all year, and one of the
better teams we've
played. That's a good
baseball team. They got
some opportunities late,
but our guys didn't let
them score.
"I was happy to .see


them show some more
emotion and some fight.
They're young, and I did-
n't know what to expect
from them early on. Now
I'm seeing them come
along a little bit. Maturing
is the big thing. There is
some growing up taking
place. They had the ability
all along."
Graceville improved to
4-10 overall with the win.
The Tigers have the rest
of the week off for spring
break before returning to
action April 6 at home
against Taylor County.


Rally
Continued From Page 1B


bottom of the frame.
Pitcher Jared Coleman
helped himself out when he
took the first pitch over the
right field fence.
A single .by Collin
Chandler followed with
Collin advancing on a mis-
played bunt by 'Justin
Burke. An error at third
scored Chandler before a
fly out, and a ground out
ended the inning. with the
score at 8-5.
Marianna pushed six
runs across the plate in the
fifth inning to take its first
- lead of the game.


Godwin was hit by a
pitch with the bases loaded
to score the first run.
Bannerman then singled
home two runs, and Elliott
took advantage of a bob-
bled ball by the catcher .to
bring another run to the
plate.
Branch grounded out to
first'to score Elliott before
an error at second allowed
another run to score to
make it 11-8.
The Indians picked up
one run in the bottom of the
fifth inning to cut the
deficit to two runs.


Smith came on in relief
with one out and runners on
first and second, and
fanned the next two to get
out of the inning with no
runs crossing the plate.
The Indians' rally fell
short in their final at-bat.
A hit batsman and a walk
caused no damage when
the next three batters were
retired to end the game.
The Bulldogs improved
their record to 11-4 on the
season and were-scheduled
to travel to Chipley on
Tuesday night in district
action.


Indians
Continued From, Page 1B


But 'Wright finally
brought some stability to
the mound for the Indians
Monday.
"Austin threw well," the
coach said. "He's just got
to limit his walks. But his
breaking ball has come a
long way. His stuff is plen-
ty good if he can get com-
mand of his pitches.
"The big thing was he
went out there and gave us
a chance to get going
offensively, and it snow-
balled for us after that."
Chipola' scored three
runs in the fourth, four in
the fifth, and three in the
sixth to end the game on
the 10-run rule.
Sauls got the scoring
started with a three-run
homer in the third off of
Raiders starter Jake
Stephens.
In the fifth inning,
Fermin singled and scored
on an RBI sacrifice fly by
LeVon Washington.
Michael Revell added an
RBI single- to score. Joey
Rapp for a 5-0 lead.
Matt Herndon then came
on in relief for the Raiders,
and gave up a two-run
home run to Sauls to center
field. Dean Sangster
entered out of the bullpen
for Northwest in the bot-
tom of the sixth, and
Etchison quickly greeted
him with a solo home run


to lead off the inning.
Two batters later,
Sangster was relieved by
Aaron Mollet, who gave up
a one-out single to Blake
Newalu.
That brought Fermin to
the plate, -and the sopho-
more second basemen took
Mollet out of the park for a
game-ending, two-run job.
Fermin finished the day
3-for-4 with two runs and
two RBI, while Sauls was
2-for-5, with two runs and
five RBI.
. "After Sauls hit his first
home run, it seemed like
we relaxed and played like
we're capable of playing,"
Johnson said.
The game came after a
week off for the Indians,
who may have- needed the
time away to find their legs
again.
"We've been working
hard, and we got back to
the basics," Johnson said of
his team's week off. "We
had a good week of prac-
tice, and we were able to
get back to some funda-
mental stuff."
Chipola plays the second
game of the series today in
Niceville, with freshman
Rodney Quintero set to
start on the mound for the
Indians.
With Chipola in a three-
way tie for last place in the
Panhandle, trailing second


place TCC by one game
and league leader Gulf
Coast by five, Johnson said
it is important that his team
sustain the success it had
on Monday.


"I think this game is a
game of runs, so we need to
get our run in there," the
coach said. "You've got to
win one before you can win
two. The main thing is


we've got to get over there
and get a good pitching
performance, have some
very good at-bats, make
routine plays, and see if we
can get us another one."


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THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING
SRP 10 (US 90) from East of Desoto Avenue to East of Third Avenue
in Jackson County.
FPID # 424615-1-32-01

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) invites you to attend a Public Information Meeting
concerning proposed improvements to SR 10 (US 90). The meeting will be held April 1, 2010 from 5:30
pm until 6:30 pm (CDT) at the Sneads Town Hall. This meeting will provide you an opportunity to
preview the proposed design, ask questions and/or submit comments concerning the upcoming project.
Maps, drawings and other information will be on display. There will be no formal presentation.
However, representatives from the FDOT and Gortemoller Engineering, Inc. (consultant designer) will be.
available to answer questions and explain the proposed improvements.
Currently, the FDOT proposes to mill and
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Avenue. The project is approximately one
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Public participation is solicited without regard to race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability,
or family status. Persons who require special accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act
or persons who require translation services (free of charge) should contact Clay Hunter, PE at (850) 415-
9479 at least seven days prior to the meeting.
If you have any questions about this project or this workshop, please call Clay Hunter,
PE, FDOT Project Manager or email him at clay.huimtercdot.state.fl_.us. You may
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Dogs I Unfurnished MH's. Lot rent incl.
F For detai s 850 -57- The Army Flier is currently
/1 in town quiet 3432/850814 6515uccessfulappicantwill subject
area,$600/mo. $650 looking for a full time
85 7 r. fFort Rucker's Community Newspaper,
W.Lafayette The Army Flier, is currently looking for r_ _ _ _ __tise__ __r"COOLS UF"frREbvitni.Jo .co m. See it f rd ls
S picked Up at the One Stop or at to a me reporter to write stories and
SCottondmsall utilitiesy Hall Monday thru features for the weekly newspaper. $150 (850)526l.Trrarium Chrome bug defle Hard cover needle Motorcycle Radio- Small TRook case
included, parking, Previous newspaper experience and w/hood/base/spot tor for '04 '06 Ford point & doll making Works great $125 24"W 31"H 9"D $15
$700. 850-272-904Application a college degree in journalism or a light & bulbs $300 or Mercury SUV, new books $3/ea 850- (850)592-2507 850-272-8967













pies,11weeks Applicants must possess at Least two or -
FPu p e gtleks uMotorCYCLE SAC- Sm. TV w/VCR. Plugs
o Health Duplex/Trip:lex 24' speed girls bike, DARKWOOD TRIPLE Heavy duty floor COVER LIKE NEW $25 into cig. lighter in
rtnever used $80 239- DRESSER W/MIRROR mats w/logo, for Operator(850)592-2507
Sawyer'sApply at www ediagene272-8236 $50 (850)209-2207 Dodge Caliber. (4) k 2414
an@aol.com Carpet, $500 + dep. 14X60 2/1 w/new 2 Patio Decks, 8x10, DISNEY DUMBO new, $40 850-4825874 Phillips 52" HD Big
We have Fresh 42 ust88 B 2nd Ave. Ap carpet $15900 Or mail your resume to like new, $100 for COLLECTIBLE $30 Hide-a-bed cuch & 36 5
FREE TO GOOD plications in mailbox 14X70 3/2 $18,900 both 850-879-4365 (850)592-2507 love seat, blue strip for both 850-879-4365
HOME: Male Black by emdoor.850-526- entMustetavepgh
Lab Mix. 850-594- 3538/209-0480 850-763-7780 Louise Thomas, HR Generalist4 MAHOGANY Folding LAWNd, $150 fr both. PHONE CABINET-
9905 1999 DW 3/2 Media General Mid-South Market Group, STRAIGHT- BACK CHAIR- BLUE $5 850-573-0950 SOLID OAK LIKE NEW Solid Oak End, Cof-
Is currently usesUnfurnisho arw/Fi t eam place $27,900 CHAIRS DINING $45 (850)592-2507 HP All in One 13x17"x29T $20 fee, & Sofa tables
enthusiasticNew 16X80 3/2 P.O. Box 1968, Dothan, AL 36302 (850)5923380 Fridgidaire 40" Elec Copier/printer/scann (850)592-2507 (4)/Ent Center $500
Risk Manager/Qual Brick home, 8mi $35,900 85 5 Prom dresses, $100 Range, good cond. r. like new, $125 Q HEA IBOARD- & (850)209-2207
-d Eof i-S'7 3'2 in Chipley with W Ceach 850-272-1842 $100. 850-579-4909 _O 850-879-4365 DRESSER NEW Solid Wood Round b
tb E, i.te,-e.....5 e. n t e 8CREAMlW/WOOD nettew/4chairs
lawsr T-County Commnreate rCouncilnulat Rose Floral Per- facilitiesFullizeheadboard, HPPHOTOSMART $250 (850)592-2507 $200 850-573-0950
R r is accepting applications for a sian Rugs $200 each footboard & dresser, PRINTER #8200 $40
SA n & AssocRIt 26.2 Community Services Secialist 850-592-3261 $75850-593-5702 (850)592-2507 QUEEN Tanning Bed Bulbs,
for the arianna ice. Adjustable cargo bar Furniture- Solid BED/HEADBD,DRESS (over 800 hrs left)
1*.J,.. :.'6 3S' [ PRIMARY DUTIES: Assist low income for pickup truck $15 Brown Sofa and Liget Core Cio ER NIGHT STAND $8/ea or $250 for all
'P'rc:, rt, ~tqlinT families in need of assistance with 850-592-8769 L~veseat $500 $75 850-5Cb inoa 2
..ur ONLY u-,re('h Services Programs and coordinate Amaryllis in 1 gal. (850)209-2207
J 1 i-N with other social service agencies. pots, many varieties Furniture- Solid oak Like new PLAYPEN- QUEEN SOFA Twin luxury pillow
Jack Ru",.-IITrr,.r Nicest in MariannaOUTpotsmanvarieties Furnture-0Sol(d8oak Like 0)59 E-3RCREAM top mattress/box
These beautiful pup- area, nearly new 2 BR ICATIONS: Two year degree and $8/ea 850-592-8769 Round table w/4 $40 (850)592-3380 ORAL SLEEPER spring & frame. $2-0
pies are full-blooded Homes $600 w/lease V CLA SIFIEDS! one year work experience serving the AQUATECH 30-60- chairs $500 Martin compound $100 (850)209-2207 850-573-0950
Jack Russell Terrier 850-526-8367 low-incom or elderly; or equivalent GAL AQUARIUM FIL- bow excellent
puppies without pa- combination of education and TER $10 (850)592- GE Chest Freezer, condition. $65. REDWOOD Very old turnabout
They have all Chipola Nursing Pavilion and experience. 2507 like new, $300 OBO 850-592-2927 LAWNCHAIRS- (2) cookie jar boy/girl
sanwrsg $12 (850)592-2507 mouse $75850-272-
shots and worming Retirement Center, Marianna, FLM BABY WALKER- LIKE 850-879-4365 MAYTAG 8967
ants docked.iPa-. is seeking qualified individuals to join NEW $25 (850)592- GE Washing Machine, WASHER/DRYE8R $200 Russian 7.62 x 540 a B -
rents on premises, our compassionate and caring team. We proper vehicle insurance coverage. Must NW280 ) 2- yeashingMachneWASHR2 20 0 sling, bayonette, 20 Vitamin Books- Drug
Females $150 and 32- have openings in the following positions: comply with background screening. 338082 years old,1$115 000 (850)209-2207 rounds ammo. $130 interaction $5EA
Registered Nurse BASKETMAKING Mens pants sz 36 & 850-263-2701 (850)592-2507
0401 If interested, Please apply in person at: For additional information call Bridgett REED- 4 LG ROLLS Glider Rocker $25 38, multiple urban
pamcaliley@yahoo.c 4294 3rd Ave., Marianne, FL or Cassiday, office Assistant @ 800-395- $20 (850)592-2507 850-593-5702 brands, $50/ea 850- Scarface Lamp, new WANTED: Fence for
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Automobiles Automobiles Motorcycles Motorccles portUtilityVehicle VTrucks-Heavy Duty LegalAds Legal
trasp onr for Sale forSale I -_ _* 1 :)_ ceedings and

tie, auto, diesel, 42K F ed persons are enti-
miles, 40MPG, load- -r LF14905 tied to request an ad-
ed. $16,000. 334-897- w . 'i. tnT ministrative hearing
CarSeker2497 or 334-672-1655 Nissan 4 uran NOTICE OF regarding the pro-
4dor, automatic, edblue/blackGPS, Scootermar n o, anniv. edition in _p etrlaherVn ellin0r7arts4Wcea,500 Apeen p rs to of ,u Foritd
4Wheel Drive 111,000 miles, sattalite radio, new 4-stroke, 249cc, 70 flame red,excel Notice is hereby giv- ng to the provisions
new tires, tires, like newinside mpg/mph 0. cond., 6Km, 1198cc $13,900. 334 only 500 334-691- ooseneck Notice is hereby giv te r s
,$2995. tires, like new inside m h $ 92987 334-701-516 -en that pursuant to f 28-601.201, Florida
334-790-7959 out. 119K, moving 205-310-5662 & incl.ssy FORD '07F250Suer Chapter 373, Florida Administrative Code.
MUST 9 Crown Victo .000gu r & trickle NISSAN '06 PathfindDuty V- Crew Cab Statutes, the follow- Notices of Proposed


L(850)579-5183 -- Eis Ic i1 Roadstar 17$6,200. 3cc3- er LE, 259,70mileswhite, bosei, 695-7769695-7770 a
333-5854 or email audio w/6 disc CD XLT, 2WD, 18K mills, ing applications) for Agency Action will be
03 AmericanStar36' runs like new. 6200 VW '07 Rabbt.remote keyless entry Tan,32,000 334-688- water use ermit(s) maile only to per-
5th Wheel;sliChevroletes/ FIRM.334-774-9050 V Beauti m e e 1has (have) been re- sons who have eOF
S t CamaroLT350V8 ful Candy Black Cher- Hines Exhaust Sys Toyota07SJ Cruiser, ceived by the North- such requests.





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sewer & gas tanks his isagreat neeweowner, garage kept. e n w l i SON CaNTe PrAN
project car, has b5.. 3 n $ T TrT ratour Corvair for parts automiles,c$29,500 334 8 strict:
$20, 000 OBO. t 35YAMAHA '064 Runner 8R5, 2wd, -8pum, very clean, 695-7769 , 695-7770
(850)579-5183Clas;c AntiqueJRoadstar 1700cc, exlencd 59,700m t ,low mis e,:. $3.,50 'Appi. c;:- number LF14908
g $ 05 Black, Motorcycle. e33-6 690 800. u ifer S em fr CON T A
Ford Mustang 1965 1974 Chevrolet VTX1300R/S Beauti- 5000 miles. Vance $18,700.33496-310 334-355. 1D 0 03S s T ? li y NeOTHRICNE
Sa B& CamarogLT 350 V8 fulCandy Black Cher- Hines Exhaust Sys- Toyota'$070SJ0Cruiser, J2 Dekle Tay- Pth aNG





all electric, in Great ry, over $2000 in ac- 2008 F-250 Ford $20,500 OBO 229-861- cation(s) in
Fulver$20d 2nn c kd h 5 otern em ps andexcellent condition, Wants oed MOr, PiO Box 325,w
storation prolct cessories. 8k mies9 g elcushion.One 61K miles. $20,400e Automobiles Grlen1 d, FL2443 NOTICE IS









n :d4)bg n 4 4sp foct00 act eVre.
with some new parts stration project, DA asking 570 g 334-803-3577 Reuestri a maxi- GIVEN BY THE JACK-
This isa great 80%0 c shomplete. NADA Hing5700 owner, garage kept. Ford 07 Ranger mum viF, drawal of SON COUNTY PLAN-
$12000., needs home onda'06CTX1300 Like new. $8000. Corvair for arts automatic, V-6 738,976 gallons er NING COMMSSON
originalrmotor asking $9,500. 334- Cruiser Like New E34-s618a5t33s 1965-69 will haul off. 30,000 miles, day from the Floridan OF ITS INTENT TO
asking $3950. 693-5454 4200 Mi.$6600 OBO 33 683 334-678-6990 Excellent, $9800. Aquifer System for CONDUCT A PUBLIC
334-355-2400 334-806-1322 Yamaha '09 1300V 1999 254 AG-MASTER $ 334-790-7959 Agricultural Irriga- HEARING TO REVIEW
Star touring bike, Tractor, 4 wd with Iucks-HeaHEvyOLLOWING AN D
HtONDA '06 Shadow, 2500 miles 7,800. two implaoments. DFord FOODry0 tow p k tion use by anexistin THE FOLLOWING AN
stone LaredoRL29 ,,PL $30 OBO trade 334-522-4380 (2 -067 ing facility. General OTHERBUSINESS:
20 Bad Bo Buggym CandyAppleReIK ,2.W 334-796-8174 $2000. 334-522-6709 V-6 fully loaded, w i t h d r a w a I
Conditrio. inisetdin$iles, LIKE NEW2 E9 2008 F-250 Ford $20,500 OBO 229-861- locations) in
Condition.Finished in a5,300229-334-8520, cooters/o CASE MODE 1960 deLariat Exc. Cond. 2714, 229-309-1890 Jackson County: The Jackson Count
Realtree Hardwoods. -29-296-8171 Tractor, 40HP, front 13,176 Mi.$36,000 Henry Cobb TtrN, R08 W, Sec. 31 Planning Commission
Full windshield, 2 gun BeautuiCivicGray project or CONDITION nd lift, runs great, sunroof.ly loaded will consionBoardRoom
racks, winch, frot 5, parts car 1958 Me K, onda '07 Shado ltiato e Truck is ful needed ess o e













Arack,PL 73,500 mi., Good gas $400S0t 0 5dd cotar. 9 334-7.l 37-m98 aMobject to or comn Building located at
basket, roof basket, Ford Mustang 1966 cuy Turnpike Cruis- red/blk flames $4000. '05 Scooter, 90mpg, $3,000 334-775-7374 850-569-2840 BUY M I Application number
and battery charger $99003 34-243 V8with automat- er 4 door, black, 2-144/77-489 49cc Heavy Duty, Custom Motorcycle budd dileons sub07113 filed 1. Dove Vocationa






$7,200 (334)794-9293 Glide-FXDWG. Black. w miles, Trailer 4x8 led lights, Chevrolet '061500 FORD i.08 F25 r 03/22/2010. rte n request for a on the 5th of Aprilon
(334)585-9488 ic trans. looks, runs & Power back HONDA '98 Valkyrie Must see, $1200 OBO ramp i, r 'rautoletra.dF TD t cy of te staff i re- 20 a 0 p
dri300.v334-s 40 win 1482 jef@ i c ourer Call original, 850-482-7739 neath, neverused, tended cab. Good miles, 4 door, auto- Farms, Inc., 2618 12,077 square fo
trans, enne03 Tiburon trutIins .m 6654 es, runs 5 great. stored in garage on- cond., $9,500. OBO matitranmission, Bristoln Highway, expansion to anex
GMC'99 Yukon SLE, btned a fw pts. Wil aig $ot Utty Vh ly.$ 750. 334-699-6711 334-798-3352 Like New condition, Quncy, FL 32351- sting juvenile e r
viC'g9Yknyl s, andd w oyi0rat 1334-693-5454 s Like New conditit eonsd 3
all power, 81K miles. $2000 cash r need a rgusnT020 Che '07 Z- Over- BLUEexterior,TAN 5786 rectional facility

















4@ ce5500 t coerguson .52 .Ch vy'07 Ov, r. LUEexA- STA DE W M F o cn
500 334-899-303 kup so will trade ONDA'99 750 Ace 205 gold/tan ford newenginerebuild, sizetires.Camtrim iterior,4W,ABS Requesting a mai- include buildings an
Honda '04 Acord EX, for a .igod ork L B 9K m ecae 90,000 miles block repaired & Exhaust. lots of xtras a/c, alloys, am/fm, mum withdrawal of other new imperi-
13 604 In *ruclla 'i lor -ta7e96 $3.00f r T.m E 7-,24 q6ga llon per c os aretay Plocatd
V6, loaded, $200 tru-C.il et 796. 5 3.000 334 .7 724 cleaned & crank 7K mL$22k Call Bra- CD, cruise, driver 500,000 gallons per us area loct
down,Aul$249/m0o.Call j"b.lelr 3d. -o i ;.'j'' m i ;2.m1655 turned, too many dy34-405-92 7 airbag, leatherint., day from-the Floridan 5270 Ezell Road
Ron Ellis 714-0028. Chevy Tahoe, new parts to list. 3 passenger airbag,PL, Aquifer System for southeast of












r ou d cmmaner, high radio, blue exterior. scoo stainless Frieght Liner 06'exc. twice of this permit the meeting. The
.20085th wheelKeyCivi, L-. S.Ele.63000 manuals included Chevy'67C10$1200 PS, PW, sun roof, Agricultural Irriga- Gracevile in unin
2008 5th L ed L9 Grea '05ags saver, $300 ,c... ; : a' lowl. ,4l .. 8 9PL, Similar to 8 End Ford OBO Or consider tow nkg. $28,000 tion use by existing corporate Jackse
2003stone L aredo RL29 Great ags samry il verded $5,395 reatfor cruising, Je 03 Wranler 6 bike 5X8 $425. 334- nap-522-4380nead off, 334-618-9383 334- substand proposed facili- be ont acted aty.
call Mike (334)791- down, $299/mo. Callrk Ral:r. D. r;,,r $Sae3000. 0334 tradlu tol b, 6" 692-66 r ac ed proposed facil iCounty.
0318.$24,500 obo. C 1 West Mai 0 Y Mo Motor Scooter wheel dibla li k 6l FORD 2005 Lariat drawal locations) in The public hearing
like new, 1 slide 5;FO Rw/blk str F350 Dually, 4X4, Jackon County: T03N, will be held in the
791w/cab, 140hp, exc. $2000. 334-714-9558 loaded, trailer brks, RO8W, Sec. 31 Jackson County lom
FORD -'01 Ranger Honda '06 Civic, Gray Dr,0r.i re, leepr. GREATsCODIft topIh N o nd $12,100. obo umr un 139K miles mission Board Room
PU, XLT, Ext Cab, AC, 4dr, a/c, 5sp, power. 13K. run: rer. r258-1638 AC2 clatoMr sold sep. e. :i34; s I J ir arrested persons of the Administration
AT, PW, PL 73,500 mi., Good as:r a a0'ic -701 i _le -r a object to or com Building located at
AM/FM/CD Red mileage & conbditon.es, ;y 1 .ft, p w ppe -1
87000 miles, terror, $99r00 334-243-4166 '06, HDynaWide 0 $ e 3 5 Gandy r ir, Ford 209 KrR 4h mGet upon the appli 28 M See
FORD -'96F S Honda 89' Civic DX G.Like newG. Blcustoms. o 6 d i Diesel. itrb, 5 ;p. 2 rrten request for a ion the 5th of April,


























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SGreen, o speed, cylm $O 850 c00 15 S t, ch em;.,r auto trars. Forei copy of the staff re- 2010 at 7:00 p.m.
234K miles, 70K onpart80Kmi tr 6600Vmi.$14i750 .404- LR.'n miles. M 6 olu4niWDrtol CHEW 91co I T Cr en$O $9 'r Crme1 pr (s) containing
24mGreen, 5 -nspeed,6cy 4 8 578-1482ije.ff@ r ,rr i Cb.jak i j.,0.l Chevy cTah:t, i dny 30 FlataBed DumpaTruck Leatherint.Loaded proposed agency ac- Anyone desiring
trans, engine runs Hyundai'0Tibron- truthinsong.com 6654 after 5 p.m 49,100 mi, leather, 229-758-3146r229- $ 00 229-334- w/optons.Family tionregarding the a formation maycon
OK, body damage, GT V6, 6 spd manual, -49,100 ,leathe, 29-534o29-$ 0 229-31death forces sale. plication(s) by writ- tact the Community
$695 OBOv msg 1 owner, 102k mies 2003 YZ12, bought Kawasaki '07 Vulcan new tires, owner, 400-5184 8520, 229-296-8171. up rw .L EtenDevelopmentDepart-4.V6
(334)677-7501 17tally w e in 2 000: 1600 Man Chevy'91 Cherokee 34-;3 Resource Regulation menat between 7:3
BWvinyls, and body kit. Bi.O .ZF2Si. Ar i1.1 1.1, 1 6, .r,.4l7 9 pickup. lifqt, ofir the Northwest a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
Auto Engines/ $5,500o.334-790-6146. s,.pe I and w el m.air, CBO 3:4.441.:919 Chevy '` T.r.a.. INCOME $IS5o0 65.:35i?.24 _2. Florrida Water Man- Monday through Fri-
Prts /n iKiawd. $4a000( Bu, Kawasakj i n ... d-iiOPDod e ,ag er, District, at- day at 4487 Lafayette
Parts/Misc. HYUNDAI'08Accent Dorh for$S O, V I.-LT.,00 se. u,. STAINLESS LerI er ionTerri Peter- Street, Marianna
sExcellent conduit, 3ea...i382 re :l i CB 3r .1616- STEAL, DINER .o 2 Water Man- Florida or contact b
Original 1965 Mus 35 MPG, 18600 miles, .-ibuschcm-
dton $600 OB_ _o_5-spd transmissionFord '6Ep Tr aLER
tang car parts for -.lNCESSION auto.-l r al .CO ou32ar,, i 2 7 a4
sale. 334-393-9669 $9500 (334)522-3803 Fd '06 Expedition RDLER
CHyundai '096 Elntra3 1 7-0 P a iICU- S 0 bustt1 Lrt -, IDLE H &
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sAtom b ls Fg ondoi2. l.N eP LCth- GRIDDLE.a HOT& 7D-' 9 )r, -, I ,-r receivev d by the 'mericans w it
IAutomobiles Misc. Fair Cond. Needs, onDisabilities Ac
Trans. workwith N w331.,, CBOILDN3TRAYS song1'.rcer an
DVD Str.s ter. syst. $850 .e. BOril 1, 20.m n i
MERCEDES '97 E320, OBO 334-475-6267 or 2006Harley Davidson.... G.MC ',,, :,,T,,, TRIPLE SINK 5l accommodation
117K actual miles,334-475-0084 Rod f. n.s lrKrl :or.d.. $420 S9.000. O No further public no- t pa rticipate in thi
Silver/Besge excel 824 334-235-2995
Si ver/Be ge excel- rppedi diul 3iiO 55-.26.2 334-389-2816 ogeramGtice will be provided meeting should con-
3lent ccrii r a tain i7.000' t s ru P. i regarding this tactt theae Planningo
Urlv en ery ho . m ile ,;s l fr T.: ticbT, Mi
R334-68"-3 '412. 'i. a$12 06 0. SO Kawasaki a 9' 2 4 Hummer 4 asseyi r u-r. rT 4arrEl h., lya(these) application Secretary at Jacks
Aot Cmlb i e- Call iJs54.464591 6 1.ster energy edi- miles, moon roof, 4 hrs lie ne er Publication C y o nt
FrdD ime $ N- i i t a s 9800.cOBO334-794- custom 3 fiberglass this notice consti- Development no later
OrB401 2007 Suzuki FU*n. pipes, power leather seats, satilite $980 OD GUNS _______otn dypit
Boulevard C50 .Re co'mmander, high radio, blue exterior. 3226 hood, 22" hood tutes constructive no-
scoop, stainless Frieght Liner 06' exc. tice of this permit the meeting. Th
Infiniti '113120 air filter, low $22,495 O .798-969 Motorcycle trailer, 3 ill & bumpers cond. asking for pay apication to all Planning Secret ar
2003ToyotaCamry SilverLoded$5,395 reatfor rising, miles. i$9700. bike 5X8 $425. 334 substantially affect- may contacted
XLE V-675Kmiles. All West Main Car Sales $4,500. 334-791-2277. 334-790-1852. Jeep '03 Wrangnbkgler 6 e9 8 $42 5.4 Snap on treadoooffx334-618-3 835Cot 3esunstAnpyaf 4Lfeo tated
Cylinder, speed 4 984-2044 lum. tool box, 6" 692-3115 Contract w/ ed persons. A copy of 4487 Lafayett
power, sunroof, LLC 1919 West Main 2009YamahaR6- Mojo Motor Scooter wheel drive, black, lift kit, 6" gas Great Wide if qualify the staff reports) Street, Marianna, FL,
AM/FM cess.6 CD St. 334-699-5880 only 1,150 miles. R soft top, hard doors, alum. .must be requested in 32448, (850) 482-9637,
Disc Changer Red one$0 y ,150 ie_____. imk- l'etm. r,';ll order to remain ad- or (800) 955-8771ot
Asking $10,000. Call Infinity '97 J30 Bought new, barely $1650 850- 258-1638 AC, AM, FM, CD, 1lrimRo. ..o fL. 6 0J 9' Wrangler4- ourthe r
334-796-1513 or 334- 142,000 miles. broken in. Burnt or- Red Kawasaki 09' owner. 111K miles, REDU0ED6m.800 OBO- s.5 sepne
693-2099 ask for $3,500., 334-687-7956 ange and black with Ninia Like New 250R good condition.RDUCED $4800 OO .- prft top
Chase. ghost flames, $9,500. w/acket 3,500. mi. 12,999 OBO.913-erclea. $6,800.
EEP' Wrangler, Also have small Joe $3,995. 334-692-3211 660-4500(Dothan) 4 Get news and alerts on
o m *i--..sft lop. 49K mil-e. 2 Rocket jacket and Leave Mess JeepG'04 Wrangler, Newu rTr r, Ford '00 R
S 'I dor. auto,. 4 wvheel womans medium t used onceod 7000 m i m uRa, Msews 6
drive. $13,000. .3- Suomy helmet for Suzuki '06 Bergman elile, manual, n Duro Cross, Crew your mobile device...
685.0646 extra. 334-790-6146 400 Scooter 1600 Mi. 27K miles, hard & pd tires. $4400 OBO. Ca ,L e
-leep r, er,,' '--.ur' or334-791-2277 $3750 334-703-8766 softtops, AM/FM CD, $1935 asking $1600 Cab, V8, Loaded, 32
AC, tilt, and cruise. 850-569-2262 $14,500. 334791-0646
try 9;'" 44 ,hit[E. E '92 Goldwing, 60k Suzuki '08 GZ250, 334-693-9009 Ford 02 F50 XLT,
cAr.id.-" un r,:,f runt miles, red, exc. paint with extended ns. red, 4WD, Triton -'.
Acra '5 96 gred t D player & running cond. warranty $2800.. mi., Super Crew Cab,
Black SPD Loaded 4,995. OBO850-272- $7000 850-445-2915 C,. ,.01978. i:stepa n. goodtirestoolbox, Navistar'98Eagle, Sig -n- --
$11,200 West Main 0508le T .le United 1.1, S,..:W.Or ,,-,,, u,. S. $13 334-894-1212 upm '525EnCm.r.
91 WBest.Maint. ig Dog 6 ir a ,s. I....ii ". NEC-. 334'"147 0:'619 or 334-494-2823 -it.,nevI rrr al fort
" WJt.9 nt58.r.,i', l ;f ui-h ,r,,r -...i. Che1 .Y A.ktr, : Ford 03' V-8 excellent running
blcl,, EI; .m :ub,: -r,,e Yamaha Jep 40-,'rpSupercrew30,200ml. condition. $10,500..
amh -., mi.m r r e air, very nmci like new, Must See! 334-803-5072or334-
engr,. -.er .:i,, .c mW D.i$7,800.l080 $14,000 334-494-0460 8996594 a
,:hrorr, Er i ;r i.: $ -,0. BO Khaki cir.47-5560 after 6pm or 334-393-6479
take X gaurd a %rr. 41 2 5, C.9111 am/fm/cd/mp3, alloy
Lexus 'n0 ES300 LOtf .ir e, ra.-" ,, whis, Mopar bmpr & Chrysler '95 Voyager, Ford '07 F150 XLT Sonoma '03 GMC
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