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Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
Creator:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna, Fla
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
Publication Date:
Copyright Date:
2009
Frequency:
Daily (except Saturday and Monday)[<1979-1995>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
daily
normalized irregular
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English

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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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"Independent."

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Lottery winner plans ahead


By DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDANI STAFF WRITER
Alford resident Dawna. McAlpin has
taken steps to make sure she never falls
victim to the "curse of the lottery." She
secured all but 8 percent of her winnings,
placing them in a protected and growing
portfolio for her children.
McAlpin won last Wednesday night's
lottery drawing with a quick pick ticket.
The manager of the HandiMart BP station
below Grand Ridge, she bought it at work,
and discovered she'd won the next day.
She took some time off last Thursday
morning so she could go' to Tallahassee
and claim her winnings. Her ticket num-
bers were 14-16-19-43-45.
The lottery rolled over six times, amass-
ing a purse of $15 million that she could
have taken in incremental payments, to get
the full amount. But McAlpin decided to
take her winnings in a lump sum, which
totalled $8.6 million. After taxes, she
expects to have about $7 million. Lottery
officials came to her work place in Jackson
County this Wednesday to present her with
a ceremonial check.
Officials also presented the store owner,
Sangaree Oil Company, with its bonus of
$40,000 for having sold the winning tick-
et. Jeanie Sangaree said the money will go
back into the company's nine area stores.
McAlpin didn't have to make a special
trip to work in order to participate in the


ceremony; she was already there on duty.
Sangaree said she's glad McAlpin doesn't
plan to quit working there. She's such a
good manager, Sangaree said, that the
store pretty much runs itself without any
trouble.
Although McAlpin plans to keep work-
ing there, she might cut back on the extra
hours she's spent cleaning houses in order
to help make ends meet at home. She also
works at Bear Paw Canoe Adventures,
juggling the three jobs to help feed and
clothe her four children, and one more she
and husband David Livingston are helping
to raise.
Until last Wednesday, the family often
had to choose which bills to pay one week
and which they could put off to the next
paycheck.
McAlpin said she's looking forward to
easing up on her schedule so she can have
more time to be involved with her chil-
dren's extracurricular activities. Before,
she could barely make it to their events on,
time because of her heavy work schedule.
She can see herself as a booster for their
organizations now.
As pleased as she was to have won the
lottery, McAlpin was prouder still of how
her children behaved on a clothes-shop-
ping spree they took after the win.
"All of them bought everything off the
clearance rack," she said, beaming. "They
See LOTTERY, Page 5A >0


Alford resident Dawna McAlpin receives a ceremonial check from a Florida lottery
official Wednesday morning. After taxes, MtAlpin expects to realize about $7 mil-
lion after winning last Wednesday night's letter drawing. - Photo Courtesy of
Florida Lottery


Man arrested after caught in pot field

BY KATE McCARDELL
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
In about six weeks, some 30 to .
40 pot plants collected by the , . - �
Jackson County Sheriff's Office-
Wednesday wduld have matured
and been worth about $38,000 on
the street, according to members
of the Jackson County Drug Task
Force.
The marijuana plants and para-
phernalia for growing the weed
were recovered from a wooded
area off Cypress Grove Road,
north of Reddoch Road, Sheriff
Lou Roberts said.
One person was taken into cus-
tody as a result, of the bust. He is
Carlos Dell Harris of Grand
Ridge, according to the task
force.
Roberts said that on
Wednesday, members of the task
force were in close enough prox-
imity to the growing area to
observe Harris tending to ,the
crop.
Officials said there are no other
suspects at this time.
Members of the task force said
the bust was a result of a two- to
three-month investigation.
Part,of the investigation includ-
ed a fly-over with the sheriff's
office helicopter, Roberts said.
The department's canine unit Jackson County Canine Deputy Sean Hill and SeriffLou Roberts look over 30 to 40 marijuana plants recovered in a bust Wednesday.
assisted, as well, he said.- Kate McCardell / Floridan



County opts for citizens budget Festivities
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Lake manager
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
A citizens group from Compass Lake in the
Hills won a battle Tuesday in the ongoing
struggle between two opposing factions in the
subdivision.
The Jackson County Commission on
Tuesday rejected the annual budget presented
by the interim manager of the subdivision,
Jose Capote, who is also 'president of the
board of directors of the community's
Property Owners Association.
Instead, the commission approved a differ-
ent budget presented by citizens who often
find themselves in opposition to Capote and
some of the.POA board's decisions.
The county contracts with the POA to man-
age funds generated by the subdivision's
Municipal Services Taxing Unit. But the con-
See BUDGET, Page 5A �


Jose Capote presents his version of proposed budgets for spending in the Compass Lake
in the Hills subdivision as Jackson'County Administrative Services Director Pam Pichard
looks on. - Deborah Buckhalter / Floridan


Marianna Day
STAFF REPORT
History will come alive toward
the end of September, with the
Marianna Day Festival set to take
place throughout the city. One
group is looking for living
descendants of those who fought
in the Battle of Marianna, for
which a memorial will be held
during the festival.
Marianna Day activities, cele-
brating the 145th anniversary of
the Battle of Marianna, are sched-
uled for Sept. 25 to Sept. 27,
beginning with .Living History
School Days on Friday at the
Citizens Lodge Park in Marianna
,at 9 a.m. That will be followed at
1:30 p.m. by Civil War camps
open to the public, musical enter-
tainment, vendors, sutlers, arts
and crafts until 9 p.m.
Saturday activities begin at 9
a.m. in 'Confederate Memorial
Park, downtown Marianna, with a.
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Community Calendar


August 27 - Thursday
* The Marianna Women's Club hosts.
Thursday Game Day, featuring bridge,
canasta, dominos and other card games,
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the clubhouse, cor-
ner of Clinton and Caledonia streets.
Proceeds benefit community projects.
Adults only; men welcome. Cost is $10
per person, includes snacks, lunch,
dessert and beverage. For reservations,
call 482-7565.
* The donation deadline for Gentiva
Home Health's fifth annual Food Drive for.
Seniors is today, at noon. Drop non-per-
ishable donations by the Jackson County
Senior Citizens center (2931 Optimist
Drive, Marianna), or the Gentiva office
(2491 Commercial Park Drive,
Marianna). Call 526-1932.
* The Jackson County Library Board
meets in regular.session at 3 p.m. in the
Jackson County Commission chambers.
Agenda items include budget, volunteer
program, and library standards.
* Alcoholics Anonymous meets
Thursday for a "closed discussion,". 8 to,
9 p.m., at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.'
Meet in the AA room. Attendance is lim-
ited to persons with a desire to stop
drinking.

August 28 - Friday
* The Southeastern Commurfity Blood
Center hosts a' "Beach Blast" party at
2503 Commercial' Park Drive -:in
Marianna, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., with food and
coupons for a pint of Blue Bell ice cream.
Call 526-4403.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Fridays, 8 to 9 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901,
Caledonia St., Marianna., Meet in the AA
room.

August 29 - Saturday
* The Motorcycle Services of Marianna
Poker Run to benefit the Partners for
Pets Animal Shelter is today -- kick-
stands up at 9.a.m. Call 482-8200.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Saturdays, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in-the AA
room.
* The Jackson County Farmers' Market
is open Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturday, 6:30 a.m. until all-fresh pro-
duce is sold out, in the courthouse park-'
ing lot in Marianna. The market is a state
certified farmers' market accepting
FMNP/WIC and Elder affairs coupons.

August 30 - Sunday
* The Town of Grand Ridge will hold a


budget workshop on Monday, August 31,
2009 at 6:00 p.m. to discuss the budget
for fiscal year 2009-2010. The public is
invited to attend. For more information,
please call 592-4621.

August 31 - Monday
* The Parkinson's Support Group
meets at noon in Jackson Hospital's
ground floor Education Classroom, 4250
Hospital Drive, Marianna. Matthew
Dallefeld MS, RD, will present "Nutrition
for the Parkinson's Patient." Lunch pro-
vided. Caregivers welcome. No cost to
participate.
* The Town of Grand Ridge will have a
budget work session at 6 p.m., to dis-
cuss the budget for fiscal year'2009-
2010. Call 592-4621.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting each Monday, from 8 to 9 p.m.,
at the' First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in
the AA room.

September 1 - Tuesday
* Optimist, Club of .Jackson County
meets every first apd third Tuesday, at
noon, in Jim's Buffet and Grill in'
Marianna.
* Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
Scrocheting or knitting classes. Tuesday
at 1 p.m., at the Jackson County Senior.
Citizens center, 2931 Optimist Drive,
Marianna. Call 482-5028.
* The Childbirth Education Class series$
begins today and continues, each
Tuesday through Sept. 22, ipnthe ground
floor Education' Classroom' of Jackson
Hospital, '4250 Hospital Drive, Marianna.
Husbands/other supporters, invited.
Bring a favorite pillow. Materials, snacks
provided. No cost to attend. Call 526-
2412, ext. 162.
* A "Sweet Sixteen" planning meeting
starts at 6 p.m. in the Marianna High
School Library.
* The Ted. Walt VFW Post 12046 offi-
cers' meeting starts at 6 p.m.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Tuesdays, 8 to 9 p.m., at the
First United Methodist Church,. 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
room.

September 2 - Wednesday
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Wednesdays, noon to 1 p.m., at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St.,, Marianna. Meet in the AA
room.

September 3 - Thursday
* Covenant Hospice offers its free
monthly support group for caregivers of


Alzheimeris the first Thursday of every
month, 9 to .10 a.m. at the Marianna
office, 4440 Lafayette St., across from
the courthouse. Light refreshments will
be served. Registration required; .call
482-8520 or 888-817-2191.
* Ted Walt VFW Post 12046 and Ladies
Auxiliary host a general membership
meeting; pot luck dinner at 6 p.m., meet-
ing shortly after 7 p.m.
* Grieving Parents Support Group
meets the first Thursday of each month,
at 7 p.m., in the Eastside Baptist Church
Fellowship Hall. Anyone experiencing
grief due to'the loss of a child, regard-
less of the age of the child, is welcome.
Refreshments provided. Call 526-5618
or 573-0535.
": *� Alcoholics Anonymous meets
Thursday for a "closed discussion," 8 to
9 p.m.,. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.
Meet in the AA room. Attendance is lim-
ited to persons with a desire to stop
drinking.

September 4 - Friday,
* Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open the first weekend of
every month. Hours of operation are
Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Saturday 9
a.m. to 2 p.m.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting.Fridays, 8 to 9 p.m., at the First
United . Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
room..
* Todayis the application deadline for
the 2009 'Graceville Harvest Festival
Pageant, which is scheduled for
Saturday, Sept. 12, at 2 p.m. and 6:30
p.m. Entry fee is $50. Proceeds benefit
the Graceville Harvest Day celebration.
Many categories and age groups for age
infant through 21. Call 263-4744 or 263-
3072.

September 5 - Saturday
* The Jackson County Farmers' Market
is open Tuesdays,: Thursdays and
Saturday, 6:30 a.m. until all fresh pro-
duce is sold out, in the courthouse park-
ing lot in Marianna. The market is a state
certified farmers' market accepting
FMNP/WIC and Elder affairs coupons.
* Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open the first weekend of
'every month. Hours of operation 'are
Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Saturday'9
a.m. to 2 p.m.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Saturdays, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
room.


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.


POLICE ROUNDUP,


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Aug.
25, the latest available
report: One traffic acci-
dent, one dead person (nat-
ural causes), three reckless
drivers, two suspicious
vehicles, one suspicious
incident, three suspicious
persons, one prowler, one
vandalism complaint, one
found/abandoned property
report, two juvenile com-
plaints, one noise com-


plaint, one animal com-
plaint, one assist of another
agency, five public service
calls, one patrol request,
and 10 traffic stops.
JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the
following incidents for
Aug. 25, the latest avail-
able report: Three alarms,
one burglary, one civil dis-
pute, one criminal mischief
complaint, one disabled
F


vehicle, five disturbances,
two domestic violence
complaints, one flim-flam
incident, one road obstruc-
.. tion, two lar,
- - ceny covm-
_, plaints, one
&' 4J noise com-
CRIME plaint, three
escorts, one
mentally ill person, one
missing person (found),
three public service calls,
seven suspicious incidents,
one threat, six traffic stops,
one transport, four tres-


passing complaints, two
warrant arrests, and one
reckless driver.
JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting periods:
- Harold Price, 38,
24406 Highway 53, Sacier,
Ms., failure to appear, fugi-
tive from justice
(Mississippi).


- Maurice Humphries,
43, 609 Allan Ave.,
Panama City, trespass.
- Marcus Cook, 33, 4185
Myles St. Marianna,
domestic battery.
JAIL POPULATION:
219
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 * Thursday, August 27, 2009 3A


Celebrating 20 years of 'Optimism'


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
This year, the Optimist
Club of Jackson County
celebrated its 20th
Anniversary with a party of
present and past members
at the Russ House in
Marianna.
Salads, chicken alfredo,
rolls, dessert and tea were
served to approximately 30
members and guests. The
tables were set with place-
mats that contained the
program of the Charter
Installation Banquet,
including a list of all char-
ter members. President
Debbie Gochenaur wel-
comed the group, and
Garry Gochenaur expound-
ed on what took place in
history in 1989, the year
the club was formed.
The club has four charter
members who are still
active: Sylvia Stephens,
Betty Demmon, Ouida
Morris, all of whom were
present for the celebration,
and Lula Vann. Ann
Strickland, a charter mem-
ber who recently rejoined
the club, was also present.
They were presented with a
personalized tray made by
Old . River Run Pottery
owner Dawn Prietz.
Other guests included
several past presidents:
Elvia Pittman (charter


Charter members Betty Demmon, Sylvia Stephens, Ouida Morris and Ann Strickland
accept gifts for being charter members and still in the Optimist Club of Jackson
County. - Contribuled photo


member), Jean Bryant ' East Jackson County
(charter member), April Optimist Club; current
Stonebreaker, Sheila member Brigitta (Cintron)
Glover and Betty Demmon Nuccio, the . 1995 North
and Sylvia Stephens; one Florida District Oratorical
past member, Karen Fader, Contest, Scholarship
now president of the North Winner sponsored by the


Optimist Club of Jackson
County; and caterer and
past member Brenda'
Woodruff.'
The group took a few
moments to remember the
charter members and other


members who have passed
away. A plaque was pre-
sented to commemorate the
anniversary in their honor.
Optimist Club of
Jackson County has been.
very active in the commu-
nity, serving the children of
Jackson County through
the years. Articles, pro-
grams and pages of plan-
ning regarding hosting the
Malone Beauty Pageant
were available for the
guests to view and remi-
nisce.
Twenty years of volun-'
teering at Sunland Johnson
Cottage were remembered
with Volunteer of the Year
awards.
There was a "pizza
style" thank-you note from
the Malone School hearing
impaired class, and pic-
tures from the past
spawned smiles and chatter
about "Raisin Guys" skits.
Continuing activities such
as the .sale of plat books*
was asked about, as were
membership drive "conse-
quences," like pies in the
face and' Roy's shaved
head.
Other longterm activities
include the Chipola schol-
arship, Respect for Law,
Say No to Drugs Poster
contest, essay and oratori-
cal contests, the Stopover
House, and the very suc-


.cessful Adopt an Angel
Christmas project.
The Jackson County club
began serving concessions
at Jennings Field about
nine years ago, which was
later moved to the MERE
complex. With the help of
community sponsors, the
club also serves a free
snack to the Tee Ball and
Coach Pitch teams, which
consist of about 200 kids at
10 games each, per season.
More recently, the club
has added the Stephen
Cullifer Poker Run for
Kids (working against
childhood deceases), the
Teen of the Month pro-
gram, and the Mellie
McDaniel Scholarship (for
law enforcement) to its list
of activities.
Debbie Gochenaur
remembers the first time
she attended a meeting at
Tony's.
"I was invited by Shellie
(Hollis) and saw Sylvia
Stephens at the podium. I
was impressed by (those
two) alone," Gochenaur
said.
The club now meets at
noon on the first and'third
Tuesday of every month, at
Jim's Buffet and Grill in
Marianna, and welcomes
anyone like-minded about
the youth of Jackson
County.


BCF undergoes renovations
SPEI L TO THilFLORIDAN
Over the past 66 years,
the Baptist College of
Florida ii Graceville has,
experienced tremendous,
growth and expansion.
According to CF' ---
President Thomas A.
Kinchen, during the sum-
mer break, saws and ham- ,. l
mers could be heard across
the entire college campus. One of the new residence halls on Ezell street.
Staff and volunteer groups.
kept up a hectic schedule of
construction and renova-
tion. .
Student'apartments were
renovated and painted for ".lib
new occupants. Two new
residence halls for female1INN
students were completed
and are now filled to capac-
ity. The Business Office
and Financial Aid Office
moved to the new
Administration Building,
located on the corner of
College Drive and Twelfth
Avenue. The Registrar's
Office and I'narketing team
moved to Graceville Hall,
making room for a major
overhaul in the Student Renovations in the Student Center.
Center.
The extensive renova-
tions provided the Student
Center with a large com-
mon area and activity
room, with plenty of high-
top seating for fellowship,
food and fun.
"Many folks worked
very hard to get all of this
accomplished," Kinchen
said. "A special thank you
goes out to Huie Wilson
and all of our plant opera-
tions staff. They went
above and beyond the nor-
mal call of duty and
accomplished what many
folks thought could not be
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Pecan Festival
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am coming together for this
year's Malone Pecan Festival.
The annual event is scheduled
for Saturday, Nov. 21. The festi-
val's parade will begin at 10
a.m., with line-up at 8:30 a.m. at
Malone School. Those interest-
ed in participating in the parade
can contact Dorothy Mathis at
569-2986 or Sallie Gibson at
569-2980 or 569-2771. Also
planned for the Malone Pecan
Festival - Ft. Rucker's 98th
Army Band is slated to march,
there will be slides and pony
rides for the kids, and in the
evening, bluegrass and gospel
music will fill the air. Vendors'
interested in renting a booth at
the Malone Pecan Festival are
asked to call Ken or Flora Beard
at 569-5644. Booths without
electric are $30; with electric,
they are $35.


through its recent yard sale.
The funds will be used to
purchase supplies for area
,,children attending Camp
Braveheart this year.
Camp Braveheatt, for chil-
dren ages 7 to 14 who have


lost a-loved one and are hav-
ing grief, issues, is made
available at no cost to the
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Budget


tract does not specify that POA-pre-
pared budgets will be used.
*The MSTU calculates a special
annualprpperty assessment, in which
owners pay $135 a year for each par-
cel they own in the community.
County commissioners have final
say on how to spend the money the
MSTU generates', but for many years
the county left most spending deci-
sions up to the POA.
With discontent growing in the past
few years, commissioners eventually
took a more proactive role, and this
year agreed to entertain budgets pre-
sented by management and by the cit-
izens' committee.
The main differences between
Capote's budget and the citizens'
budget was whether to spend a.
reserve of about $92,000. Capote
wanted to spend the money, generat-


Continued From Page 1A


ed over time from MSTU revenue, in
part to take care of budget shortfalls.
The shortfalls were brought on in part
by some owners' refusal to pay their
assessments this year. Capote has
hinted that this refusal is a mass
protest by some absentee owners,
who are dissatisfied with the subdivi-
sion's overall appeal and want more
done to improve it.
According to county figures, the
delinquent MSTU total comes to
$129,060 for 2008. In 2007, it was
$46,440. In earlier years, in was far
lower, less than $10,000. Capote has
advocated several potential steps to
improve the subdivision, but said the
bulk of the $92,000 is needed just to
help meet expenses.
The citizens' group wanted to save,
the money instead, and set line-item
budget expenses lower than Capote


proposed in several areas.
Capote also wanted to spend
$30,000 to hire consultant Al Dente
to create a visioning document to
guide the future of the subdivision.
The citizens' group's budget didn't
have that expense. The group, led by
spokesman Arty Pinella, said the
community simply can't afford such
an expense this year.
The committee also said the vision-
ing document should be bid out rather
than given outright to Al Dente, if it
is eventually approved to go forward.
. Capote also. wanted additional
security added at the subdivision, to
the tune of about $10,000. The citi-
zens' group didn't budget for -that
expense, saying the deputy currently
assigned there provides sufficient
security. Commissioners unanimous-
ly adopted the citizen's budget.


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Her only big personal
purchase soifar has been a
new truck. She had to be . . . .... ." . . . , -
talked into spending the s s s a ,
money to"get the one she said. amonts . ...
wanted'
The only other big-ticket ,
expense she plans is the.
continued renovation of the
family's' home in Alford.
She's 'not planning to add'
any features that. weren't.-
already in the works, she
said,,The onlt difference is
they won't have to live with
torn-'but~ wallsI and other
mid-construction inconven-'
iences, associated with
doing the ~votk piecemeal. .
Described by one lottery
official as'one of the most
down-to-earthwinners he's ,
ever met, McAlpin said its . . .
important she and.her fam-
ily members stay ground- Sangaree Oil Company owners Jeanie, Steve and son Terry Sangaree talk with a
ed, now that they are Florida lottery official Wednesday after receiving their ceremoniciaF lottery check for
instant millionaires. $40,000; that's the bonus they received because Dawna McAlpin purchased her

required to fulfnillalltheir wining ticket at their BP convenience store County Road 69 in Grand Ridge, where
responsibilities at home the winner is also an employee. - Photo Courtesy of FIorida Lottery :
and school, for instance.
They won't see their devoted in part to making will. have significant husband set aside 8 percent
money until their old and sure that happens. She said amounts of mone' to pass of the total to live on the
wise enough to handle it she wants her kids, ages 4 down to their own children rest of their lives.
wisely, she said. Her life through 17, to be such 'some day. .On' $7 million, that
going forward will be. good stewards that they McAlpin, 33, and her. comes to about $568,000.


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memorial service honoring, the 10
who died in.the Battle of Marianna.
Chapter 1039 of * the United
Daughters ,of the Confederacy is
seeking relatives ' of the following
men. who participated in the battle:
Henry 0. Bassett, James H. Brett,
John C. Carter, M.N. Dickson, Arthur
Lewis' Sr,,.. Woodbury Nickels,
Solomon Sullivan, Francis Allen,
M.A. Butler and Littleton Myrick.
The UDC is asking those who have


knowledge of living descendants to
call 850-482-3477 or 850-663-2570
Other Saturday downtown activi-
ties include a tour of St. Luke's'
Episcopal Churchyard and viewing of
the church's.historic Bible. A parade
begins at 10.a.m.; and will run from
Daniels Street to Madison Street.
Volunteers will follow the parade,
reenacting the fighting during the bat-
tle, all the way to the Courthouse
Square..


Activities continue at Citizens
Lodge Park, from noon to 9 p.m.,
including a bluegrass music festival,
,vendors, sutlers, arts and crafts; and a
battle reenactment beginning at 3
p.m.
The reenactment will feature can-
non fire and pyrotechnics much larg-
er than the downtown event.
On Sunday, reenactors will break
camp and have a church service at 10
a. m.


Robert E.
Neel Sr.

Master Sgt. Robert E.
Neel Sr., USAF retired,. 85,
of' Biloxi, .Miss., passed
away Tuesday, Aug. 25,
2009. Mr. Neel had been a
resident of Biloxi since
1963. He was an Air Force
veteran with 31 years of
service. He served during
World War II at Iwo Jima
and also in Korea and Viet-
nam.
Mr. Neel is preceded in
death by his wife, Beatrice
Neel.
He is survived by his
daughter, Skeeter Clark of
Tampa; son, Buck (Donna)
Neel of Biloxi; grandchil-
dren Joey Clark, Josh Clark,
Robert E. Neel III and Ross
Neel; and great-
grandchildren Kaitlyn Neel
and Robbi Lyn Neel.
Services will be Friday,
Aug. 28, 1:30 p.m. at the Bi-
loxi National Cemetery
committal shelter.
Bradford-O'Keefe Funer-
al Home, Howard Avenue,
Biloxi is in charge of ar-
rangements.
View and sign register
book at
'www.bradfordokeefe.c6in
Lanier-Andler
Funeral Home
8261 Highway 90
Sneads, FL 32460
850-593-9900

Joyce Hewett
Watts

Mrs. Joyce Hewett Watts,
73, a native and lifelong
resident of Grand Ridge,
was a member of the Provi-
dence Baptist Church in
Grand Ridge and had re-
tired after 36 years as an X-
ray technician with Florida
State Hospital in
Chattahoochee. She was al-
so a member of the Pink
Ladies with the Jackson
County Hospital Auxiliary
and was a happy person
that enjoyed making peo-
ple happy with laughter.
Mrs. Watts is survived by


her husband, Jack Watts of
Grand Ridge; her daughter,
Laura Watts of Grand
Ridge; her son, Chip Watts
of Grand Ridge; three sis-
ters, Edith Gaudreau of
Jacksonville, Joanne Jensen
of Spanish Fork, Utah, and
Mildred McClure of
Chattahoochee; a brother,
Junior Hewett; two grand-
children, Crystal Gooden
and Jared Watts and one
great-grandson, Ryan
Gooden.
No visitation will take
place at the funeral home.
The family accepted visi-
tors at their Grand Ridge
home, 7283 Highway 90,
from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednes-
day, Aug. 26.
Services will take place
Thursday, Aug. 27, 11 a.m.
at the Providence Baptist
Church in Grand Ridge,
with the Revs. Willie Butler
and Dallas Ellis officiating.
Committal services will fol-
low at Dykes Cemetery.
The family will. accept
flowers, or those wishing
may donate to Emerald
Coast Hospice, 4374 Lafay-
ette St., Marianna, FL
32446

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

Helen J.
Kittrell

Helen J. Kittrell, 44, of
Cottondale. passed away
Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2009,
in Jackson.Hospital, follow-
'ing an extended illness.
She, was a lifelong resi-
dent of Jackson County, a
member of the Marianna
Church of God, and had re-
tired from the Florida State
Hospital as a licensed prac-
tical nurse.
Mrs. Kittrell was preced-
ed in death by her father,
Daniel Brady Pippin Sr.;
and' a, sister, Wanda Gail
Pippin.
She is survived by her
husband,.Jeffery Kittrell of
Cottondale; her mother,
'Sarah Folsom, and her
stepfather, James, of Ma-
rianna; two brothers, Jerry.
Alvin Walsingham of Ma-
rianna, and Daniel Brady
Pippin Jr. of China; two sis-
ters, Sharon Highley and
Diann Cain, both of Char-
leston, S.C.; and a host 'of
nieces and nephews.
The funeral service for
Mrs. Kittrell will be Friday,
Aug. 28, 1 p.m. in the Ma-
rianna Chapel Funeral
Home,' the Rev. Robert
Rentz officiating..
The family will receive
friends from 5 to 7 p.m.
Thursday, Aug. 27, in the
Marianna Chapel. Funeral
Home.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements.
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at
www.mariannachapelflhco
in.


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Tigers, Pirates get set to

kick off season in classic


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The wait is over.
Football season will offi-
cially begin Friday with
three Jackson County
teams in preseason action.
The Marianna Bulldogs
will play a jamboree at
home starting at 6 p.m.,
taking on East Gadsden in
one half and Liberty
County in the other.
East Gadsden and
Liberty County will face
each other for, a half
between those games.
However, the only pre-
season matchup of county
teams will be in Sneads,
where the Pirates and
Tigers of Graceville face
off in a preseason classic.
The two teams will clash
at 7 p.m., but neither coach
seemed terribly anxious to
get their teams on the field
for live action.
"It feels like it needs to
be another week away,"
Tigers coach Todd
Wertenberger said
Wednesday. "With all of
the rain, we missed some
practice time. Just looking
at the kids, I feel like we're


a week away from being
where we need to be to
play a football game."
Sneads coach Don
Dowling said he was look-
ing forward to seeing how
his team stacked up with
Graceville. But he also
said the Pirates' last scrim-.
mage on Aug. 20 left him
nervous about how they'll
.perform under the lights.
"It was terrible. It was
just bad," the coach said of
the. scrimmage. "It's lin-
gering and scaring me. We
were making some mis-
takes that we just flat out
shouldn't have made.
"But the kids seem to
have bounced back. We
worked on correcting our
mistakes, and the last two
practices have been great.
The kids are bouncing
around and things are start-
ing to click better."
Wertenberger said the
Tigers will try to keep
things basic in Friday's
game in an effort to mini-
mize mistakes.
"We mainly just have to
simplify things, cut every-
thing back, and do a gopd
. job with everything we
do," he said. "Of course,


Sneads Pirates coach Don Dowling shouts out instructions to his players during a recent practice. The Pirates play
a preseason classic against Graceville Friday night in Sneads at 6 p.m. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


there's no telling (what will
happen). Everybody kicks
it up a notch when they're
playing somebody else, so
that's an unknown."
Wertenberger. said even
though the game won't
count in the regular season
standings, the team's
preparation for the game is
no different.
"We play every game the
same. It doesn't matter if
it's a preseason classic," he
said. "We'll . try to get
everybody in the game to
get them on film, but we go


at -this game just like a
playoff game. We want to
give it everything we've
got and prepare that way."
The final score won't.
mean anything for the
teams' fortunes this season.
But Dowling said what he's
looking for is proof that his
players have a firm grasp
of what they have to do to
win the games that do
count.
"I really want to see that
everybody knows what
.they're doing," the coach
said. "We've been talking


about no missed assign-
ments or turnovers, no
missed tackles ... basically,;
the stuff that every coach
works on.
"I want to see that we've
got the basic concept of of
our offense, so that we've
got a chance to make some
improvements in the next
two weeks.",
The teams are coming
off very different seasons
- Graceville finished 8-3
last year before getting
upset in the first round of
the playoffs, while the


Pirates missed the postsea-
son with a 3-7 record. But
both clubs face similar per-
sonnel challenges.
Both teams are breaking
in new quarterbacks, and
both are looking to replace
key members of last sea-
son's offensive line.
Garrett Steverson has
taken over the reins as
Graceville's starting sig-
nal-caller. Wertenberger
said the senior is dealing
with the same issues most
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Re-tooled Tigers look for even bigger year in '09


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Graceville Tigers middle
school football team will look to
build on a winning season in
2008 with an even better '09.
Graceville went 3-2 last sea-
son, but the Tigers lost a handful
of valuable skill players to gradu-
ation and will lean on a seventh-
grader to direct the team's offen-
sive attack this season.
Gone are key running backs
Dialo Martin and- Rasheed
Campbell, as well as quarterback
Jacky Miles.
The Tigers won't have many
experienced playmakers this sea-
son. But Graceville coach Travis
Miller said that a veteran offen-
sive line, led by returners Ben
Bodiford and Corey ,Holman,
should help make the transition a
bit easier.
"We lost a lot of key skill guys,
but we've still got a lot of return-
ing linemen that got a lot of play-
ing time last year," he said. "The
offensive line will probably be
our strength this year. We've got
a lot of guys (on the offensive
line) that got a lot of snaps last
season.
"Those guys are really the


most experienced players we
have on the team this year."
Fullback Lamar Sorey is the
primary returning ballcarrier for
the Tigers this year. Miller said
that he's the kind of back that an
offense can feature.
"He's a guy that can canrry the
load," he said. "He can carry it 20
to 25 times per game."
Sorey will also handle the mid-
dle linebacker spot for
Graceville. The Tigers' quarter-
back will be Jarre.t Padgett, who
made two starts last season as a
sixth-grader after Miles broke his
arm late in the season.
Miller said he was happy with
the job that Padgett did when
called to action last year, but his
quarterback would be asked to
play a larger role on this year's
team.
"He's grown up a lot since last
year," the coach said. "All we
needed him to do was step in and
try not to lose the game. He just
had to maintain what was going
on. This year we're looking for
him to be more of a threat to
throw the ball and run it.
"He's a big kid, very athletic.
He's got a good arm and he's a
smart kid." .
Replacing a wealth of key con-


Pictured are the Graceville Tigers middle school, football team. The Tigers open the 2009 season at
home against Grand Ridge Sept. 10. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


tributors is a yearly occurrence at
the middle school level. Miller
said it's something he's learned
to deal with.
"We're going to have a lot of
new faces, but that's just the way
middle school works. You lose
half your team every year," he
said. "We have a lot of holes to


fill, but we've got some pretty
good ballplayers coming up."
Miller said what he's not sure
he has much of right now, are
team leaders.
"We may have someone step
up and be a leader, but that hasn't,
happened yet," he said. "All of
our leaders are gone.


"We had a really good group of
guys who are now gone, so we
have to hunt down a new'leader
to find some confidence, because
that's such a big thing with mid-
dle schoolers.",
Graceville opens its season
Sept. 10 at home against Grand
Ridge at 6 p.m.


Jackson County middle school cheerleaders


Pictured are the Grand Ridge Middle School cheerleaders, front row, from left:
Peighton Hobbs, Kyrstin Hand, Sydney Frascona, Tristen McDaniel, Maggie Aaron,
Payton O'Pry and Lauren Stewart. Back row: Brittany Carr, Madison Baker, Marissa
Neel, Gerri Hardin, Sierra Johnson and Chelsea Brown. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


Pictured are the Marianna Middle School cheerleaders, front row, from left:
Brooke Bruner, Hannah Jackson, Chelsey Pettis, Sheridan Dryden, Kristin
Cumbie and Hannah Isler. Second row: Sarea Davis, Kaity Moss, Mallory
Merrifield, Christina McKeen, Kendall Lowery and Alexis Kendall. Back Row,
Maddy Christmas, Bri Godwin, Emily Anderson and Anastasia Mitchell. -
Mark Skinner/Floridan


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Jackson County junior varsity cheerleaders























Pictured are the Marianna High School junior varsity cheerleaders, front Pictured are the Cottondale High School junior varsity cheerleaders,, front row, from
row, from left: Brianna Moss, Connor Ward and Kendall Cummings. Second left: Tagaria Davis, Shauna Benefield, Alexis Melvin, Caitlin Melvin, McKaylah See
row, Brittany,Jackson, Megan Holloway, Shawna Donofro, Chelsie Bailey, and Jade Whitehead. Middle row, Morgan McGinty, Laken Wamble; Taylor
Alle Christmas and Jaree Flowers. Back row, Heather Wilson Sarah Cutchins, Frankie Bqggs, Jessikka Gainey and Desarae Grissett. Back row, Carly
McAlpin, Cami Culbreath, Emily Fuqua, Mallory Dean, Linsey Basford and Wester, Shontez Cox, Alisia Davis, Javaysha Smith, Robin Vargo , Taylor Sheffield
Linsey Rodenbach. - Mark Skinner/Floridan and Coach Julie Stewart. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


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MERE Soccer
Marianna Recreation
Department is currently
holding registration for
boys and girls soccer,
which will run through
Friday for kids aged 5-
18. Registration is from
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the
Marianna Educational
and Recreational Expo
located at 3625 Caverns
Rd. in Marianna.
,The registration fee is
$30 for participants who
live inside the city limits
of Marianna and $45 for
those outside the city
limits. The fee must be
paid with a check or
money order. No cash
will be accepted. No one
will be allowed to regis-
ter after Friday. All par-
ticipants must bring a
copy of their birth certifi-
cate. The age of all par-
ticipants on Aug. 1 of the
current year will be the
player's age for the
entire season.


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first-year starters deal with.
"Garrett has some days
that he looks good; then
some days that he has prob-
lems," the coach said.
"Whenever he plays within
himself, he's really- good.
When he tries to make too
much 'out of nothing,.he
runs into trouble.
"That's just about any
quarterback, especially with
competitive kids. They try,
to push too hard and make
something out of nothing.
He's got to learn to just take'
what the defense is giving
him."
Sneads' Terrance Green
takes over under center for
the Pirates, and Dowling
said t he feels his senior QB
is headed in the right direc-
tion.
"Terrance is doing pretty
good. Every, once in a
while, he'll have a brain
fart, but he's got the offense
down for the most part.
"Our biggest question
right now is our lack of
experience on the offensive
line."
Dowling said he was par-
ticularly worried about
Friday night, given the size
of the Tigers' defensive
front.
"They're supposed to be
huge, so I'm kind of con-
cerned ,that we get in a bat-
tle and forget some of the
things we've worked on,"
he said. "If (the Tigers) do
something unexpected, it's
hard to make in-game
adjustments with us so
young. ,
"I just hope everybody
lines up and plays hard. My
big thing is I want us to play
for four quarters wide
open." '
Wertenbergbr echoed the
same sentiment for his
team.
"You can correct little
mistakes, but you want to
see that effort," he said.
"You want to see them
fighting for four quarters no
matter what's going on in
the game. If they have the
mental effort of giving it
everything they've got
every play, then we'll have
a pretty good season."


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I Z355 555Hrs. Front pass Lake $800 Boat, 99 hrs, 4.3L V6, Coleman '01 Santa Fe Large Pop-up, sleeps 03 Class A Monoco
deck/rear grass bag- 1st,last, sec. 850-352- 19DHP, garage kept, Camper Pop Up A/C 6, A/C, awning, La Palma. 2 slides.
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9624, Great Cond. $17,000, 334-726-2081 $3,500.334-347-4334 side cook t. Good ncl. car dolle & all
964,GeaA '3/2,5newlyarenovat- M 0 3 3 d co nd. 850-557-0124 furnishings (dishes,
3 , great ocataon, '06 Ranger Z19, Mer- COUGAR '05 Camper cona.8 5570124 towels, etc.) $65K. Vette96Collector
Fruit&Vegetables bigyard $750/mo. cury 22 Pro XS. Yel- Strats '07 285 XL, Trailer w/ slide READY TO TRAVEL 334-790-3480 addition factory hard
dultCeSeices Furnished Utilit- low & white, low hrs, 19ft, bluegray, 150HP loaded $16,000 772- COMPLEE ET& soft tap o,
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SHELL PEAS Farm 850-394-7245__ _ _ 334-695-0312 loaded. Low hrs,Eagle 291 RLTS& '07 Motorhome '86, beautil car, ec.
Will sit w/elderly. -etp^ Property5for Sale loaded. Low hrs, Dutchman '07 31G. Tcnd, $12,900. 334-
NAcr.WIolite Fresh Vegetables! - 3- 7 2003 CONTENDER 36' $21,000 obo. DFL, 2 slide outs, Dodge 2500, 6.7 L Die- whit .8 cyl.
hsekpg/cAiok n - Deese Produce, Cottondale 4/2, new with Yamaha stroke 334-796-2344 32ft, like new. l w/sliding hitch. Pwbrakes & steer- 684-2006
592-7253/693-6517 Lovewood Rd., ly renovated. Close FOR SALE: 3/3 FuP radar, color gps, auto $19500.334793 54K. 334-791-4192 we Automobiles
Cottondale 850 573- to 110, off 231. $800 nished Chalet, screen machine, center con- Sweetwater '01 16ft 4510or 797-7514 runs well, low Automobile
45/5 or 9-71 REDUCED Montana miles,Fair cond.Hras for-Sale
1141/850- 352-2891 +dep. 850-573-6062 porch, on lake, new sole. 334-685-2297 pontoon, 50 Honda 4 '05 5th Wheel, 4 leak damage. $6000.
I Found I roof & A/C in Pine stroke includes trail- slides, king bed, 850526 2840.
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S ack idens.$230,000 850- strike, mtr guide , 4850-547-2808 . series
breed.malea 850 Sqare Bale ay Marianna-1B 1BR 2636550 trolling mtr, Hum-
$3.50, barn stored home, big backyard. mngbird 565,TAC, Triton'02 TR21, Mer- MotorHomesRVs Yamaha '07 FZ
526-1819 334-403-0569 Pets ok. $350.mo-call ala a bilge pump, live well, cury 225 engine, new Ymaa07Fl
850-890-2070 leSI 334-798-0010 trolling motor, depth DUTCHMEN '07 28 ft. Allegro, well m3le6.2K $900
S Lost merialforsae 23FtSeaRay Boat, d 17, . 334- Freedom Spirit 18 ft. maintained, new BMW '00323 102K
Mobile Homes 26hp. 350 Eng. $1000 703-0522Great cond. Load tires, fully loaded, White $8495 W.M.
LOST: Female cream for Rent obo. 256-201-1657 WAR EAGLE 20ft levelers & Antisway new paint, indoor Car SaesLLC 1919
color Lhasa Apso/ '97 Bayllner Cabin '07,150 ptlmax DFI bar. Lots of extras kept. $9950. Call
. 2/1 Locatedbtwn GR Cruser 3 ft ,1 own- Mercury. Custom 334-792-8018 or Kwasa'95 W
Hwy 73 S. call 850- & Sneads water.& er excel cond pd trailer, excellent $9,800 334-792-4071 334- 792-8827 Jet Ski w/traller Exc. www.westmalncar
209-0428 garb. incl. $350/mo $4K will sell for condition. $21,000. Cond. $1,800.334- sales.com
850-573-0308.K 850- 209- Call 229-309-2871 oncor Coachman 696-550 / 791-4885.
pets & animals eker 2/1 MH, CH/A O Bulldtngs 5659/209-1696 long 2700ml, Take Yamaha 04'1Wave
petsr& a s C /ceBuldings i.n LAstro '9114ft 40HP Campers/Travel over payments.850- Runner 1200 XLT, 155
Sown lot $325/mo Mariner, trolling mo- I ailers 593-5103 HP, 58hrs. in fresh
General +$325 dep. 850-592- FOR SALE OR LEASE: tor and depth finder water w/trailer
4625 Medical Building. $2700. 334-792-3135 '04 Mountaineer 5th Dutchmen Travel 34 ft, 21K miles, $4,700. OBO 334-750-
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Cashier/Asst Mngr. MH FOR RENT 80-5264407 or850- Bass TrackerPon wheel, 34ft, 1 owner ailer06 38BDSL Chevrolet engine on 37.Dayor
F PositionAvailable at $340 + dep No pes/ 5414379 toon 92' 21 ft. 70 HP $21,900 OBO w/'00 Sleeps 8, 2 Slide- an generator, hy- Yamaha'92 $9 950 W.M. Car
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depending on.exp.' (850)685-2353 3 $5,400.080334-714- truck $30,000 850- new $21,500. conditioners, back up engine hours, need St 699-5880
Your pet desenaes a lo. Apply after 3pm late eis 1543482-5187/850-272- 334-406-4555 camera, refrigerator, minor repairs. $750 www.west maincarsalescom
ing, cari hom. An ad Ask for Tim 2/2,3 miles from 0760 freezer, Ice maker, 334-792- 3135
or a free pet may draw No Phone Calls Mar. very clean, Correct craft. 99 ETW 04 super slide $29,500
response from individuals family of2, $500 mo Pro-air nautique, 06 Jayco, 30' Travel Triumph, 5th Wheel, 334-687-4201
whollsellyoraninalfor Education Director 850-209-8947/482- $24,000. 334-794-9766 Trailer, excellent 2 Slides great condo
research reed pr- for Juvenile 8333 Moomba 98' Ski Boat 9,800. B.334-6 - $20K, 334-6964538
pose. ese screen Residential Facility 2 &3 BR MH Cotton- wake tower & speak- 3953/701-7648 /334-790-2950.
dents a wheay in Graceville, FL dale ers$ 9.000.334-4- BMW '06 3251 Sports
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Teaching Exp Req cm. 850-258- oy '94 18 oot- sunroofleatherwar-
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cat� 850-643-8634 Policy gre bat,$70na.Damon'05 Daybr.r M
Sorrfax resume to 2BR/1BA in Alford, P cy 334596-5032 lully loaded. Includes
Free : Burmese mix, 850-201-8834 CH, window AC, $375 partmnt reeral RANGER '07 V88 14 sde, 13K m.,
brindle colored kit- + dep 850- 579-4622/ RANGER '07 VS188FOR SALE KEYSTONE looks new. $47,900.
rie companies W/ 075HPNYamat .$ 0
tens, wormed, ltr 447-0980/573-1851 servIce companies W/175HPLYamaha iAviation,0
trained, 850-5922689 / Retail $450, 2/2 $400 sell llsts of available Humminbird Elec- TRAVEL TRAILER '05 334-687-3171.
Sm 850592 89both CH/A in Cda 450 $400 apartmentsforrent troncs,w/railer Outback Sidney 30 963 Cessna 150C
both CH/A in C'dale. $20,000334-370-3321 RLS' Like new.,Asking
Free ttens, Itr bxN pets. 850-258-1594 In your area. Please $20,000 334-370-3328 '07 ESCALADE RV37 payoff, Lots of extras kg Irplane, 2200 hour BMW 20063251,36350
Free Kittens, Itr bx leave message read contracts thor- REB By KZ, 5th W.of exc. cond., hanere BMW 2006 325136350
trained, 850-526- gh to su 334-790-9263. throughout its ife. miles. ONE OWNER,
2958/209-2932 3/2 DW $600 + dep thgaly to ensure Like new. Non- Can be seen at the Immaculate. Leather,
Convenience store Quiet, clean.H20/ that you understand Smoker, No Pets, 3 Elba Arprt. Askin
Free to loving home Manaer septic/lawn/ pest and agree to all the Slides, Deluxe Refrg $16,000. 334-897-2207 Sunroof, Warranty.
liter trained kittens. Man r main- incl 850-209-1027 terms and the can- w/ icemaker, CARFAX 333-8956
850-482- 5880/850- rainI aspects w/ Icemaker, FREE FLY LESSONS
303-9727 of the store opera- 3/2 in Malone, $400 cellatlon policy of Convection/Micro, Four Winds'99 w/urchase of1977 BMW 5451sedan, 4
tions induding 2/1 in Malone, $360 the contract Seacraft, '89 20ft King Bed, Fireplace, Motor- home. 34TZ, A1A Grumnqn A/C doorloaded, V8 su-
S1 but not limited to security neg., 850- Center Console, boat, 2 A/C, Washer/Dry- Excellent condition, excellent low times per clean, 47K miles,
Ds personnel nvento- 569-9884 or 850-557- motor trailede r, Carefree Awng, KEYONE Cop 20K, New tires DVD $23,900.334-449-184 warranty. $29,995.
ry, deposits, sched - 3343 General Real Estate 225HP Johnson Mtr, Morryde Susp.,Rear Canyon5thayer-Ref/Frez 334-701-5550
ABANDONED PUP '" d Dual Axle Tr. w/
PIES NEED GOOD 3/2 MH, CH/A in Etertain- entTa wheel, slides,su w/cemaker,Water Auto Engines/
HOME: 6 puppies Wacofood Store #18 town 850-541- Brick House on 3ac. rakeswh., r ble4 hainr, u2 rwe soide, heaer, h aulic Pts/is
were abandoned on (850)5846666 (850)5846339 3414/638-9228 w/pecan trees. 3/2, , ereat cnd. $6,850. Leathe irs, 2 round sound, Ig. li- jhack, hydconecti
doeverett@waroilcoCHA. 2643 HWY 69, Great cond. $6,850. Leather Recliners, ing area $27,500, 334- jacks, convection
ur road-we need to everetare 3BAinMariann GrndR. 334-696-5505. Coach w/chase. 618-6572. microwavee oven - Chevy'01 Z71,4WD
find them a good 4BRJ3BAin Marianna, Grand Ridge. $199K. -_oahwcase_68-672
home. PLEASE HELP! Lots of extras Neg., 850-592-2005 Sea King, older mod- $57,0.00, slide out.. $29,500. engine & drive train.
850-209-1266 realestate $675/mo + dep, 850- el with trailer &25 334-714.2406. ; 718-0460. 718-0793 $1500.334-464-4566
AKC BOSTON Terrier 1sidenlialfrrent 352-4655 rereaon HP Johnson outboard BMW '98 25C 87K
AKC BOSTON. Terriershots/ Clean 2/2 family motor. $1400 OBO 1995 Travel Trailer, Monoco Knight '06, Chevy '01 Z71,4WD
Cied sth grs , oan 2/2 fo family 334-671-5530 cold AC, excellent Save$25K or more. e & drive train $8995 W.M. Car
withcond., $4950 negoa-Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 $1500. 334-464-4566 Sales LLC 1919 W.M.
Going fast. Ony $275. pets. $450 + 450 ble. 334-3931558, many upgrades t.334-699-580
cond..7$4920/negm$159n00.850-866- FOUR (4-15",Chrome w
850-547-1022/850- dep 850-718-8158 Sth Wheel.O 36 fi. Keystone'0Cougar2774 Tire Rims.Excellent
625-8756 Nice, several rental Monte o Bay, 4 KeCougcondition. $400. 334-sales.com
properties to choose slides & Dodge Ram Camper w/bunks Phaeton,07'40ft.4 798-0626 BMW '98740iL,blue/
Chihuahua from, attractive & af '07 3500 Dieseldual- 306BHS, $22,500, slide-outs, 15K mi. tan, ex.82K, garage
Puppies Apartments- fordable, CH/A, wa- ly. Tow package & Sleeps 9 Loaded! 350 CAT diesel, k t, $11,500.334-
Teacup-toy, short Furnished ter, lawn care & SKI NAUTIUE84 Reese Hitch Asking 334-714-7623.Allison 6sp. 7.5 diesel 868 0.
& i. 850- $74,300.334-655- gen. 4 . frig w/ Bu klark
Discount prices 352-2897/850-573- runs greatly $8500 100. Icemaker, W/D in FORD '06 F150 Super- '75 Syk,
850-674-3532 Edgewood Apts. 1 BR 06251998 Max II 6x6 AATV OBO 334-447-7023 or motion satellite dish, cab 5.4 V8 loaded Vintage, 34 miles,
or 545-5732 d I n tFree Great shape, just 334-347-962 ear & side cameras, 20k miles, $17, MUST SEE I Pant
PI e e cable/laundry/H20/ea e Small Quiet Park 2 & serviced, this will . 3 --9 . 1 _ _ IeHome theater sys. 772-631-5065 factory selIfor thousands!
garb/sewage 850- 3 BR $375 - $500. No float $2,900. OBO Leather euro reclner, warranty $5,500. OBO 588-2607
Dropper Bird Dog 592-4793. Pets. 850-592-8129 334-701-7755 desk, King bed, Buick 94 Century
white. $200. 334-696- Honda '07 420EX like KEYSTONE COUGAR Brake-Buddy for tow Honda 08' Civic LX 132k miles, darklade,
white. $200 .34-690- v i \4 A e3 KEYSTONE COUGAR car. Garage stored. Clean, low miles, runs good, $1500.
3394. ilewellnpus Aar hentseastat new, automatic, 614 '01, 1V2Ton Towable Many other . $ 34-790-7055 7944964 790-6688
gmail.com Unfurnished estate hours. $3200. 334- Cameo '05 Fifth Wheel, lots of $160,000.
2 o&Kernalforrent 798-2857 32ft oe 2A/C, up gradesvSilver, 5spd. 4-cyl.2 135K miles, loaded,
Pupp 0, 1 MReHs Lot to Own: 2cl& ud4WD, KODIAK '04, Aondition. ty, Stehl, looks new, loaded no smoke, no ese hitch included, Rockwood '92350 en- WD. 13500K Load, leathernewA/C,M-
Puppyfor500,11 MH's Lot rentinclud- 4WD, good condition.
weeks old,Very ed. Call for details $3000. OBO slightly used. $880. pets, Exc. Cond. Like new. $10,900 gine, 58K miles. very clean, Like new. chelin tres $4,995
beautiful.AKC Reg - 850-557-3432/850- 334-798-3352 334-687-3171. $38,500. 334-714-4001 850-718-5243. $9500 OBO. 671-2886 $14,750. 333-7555.. 688-2163, 370-6635
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334- 714-4241
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2200. 1-334-475-1723
Ford 95' Mustang,Co-
nvertable $2500 890-
726-0256
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spd, $8,200.632-1100
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door, all power, 110k
miles. Great shape
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GMC '07 Yukon SLT
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6 disc CD changer, 3
row seat, bose spks.
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Honda 05' Accord EX
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tinted windows,clean
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68,500 mi., Good gas
mileage & condition.
$12,900. 334-243-4166


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SportUtilityVehicles Vans Trucks-Heavy Duty Trucks-Heavy Duty[Trucks-Heavy Duty Legal Notices Legal Notices legal Notices LegalNotices LegalNotic
.Ford '73 1 ton boom assignees, creditors ly, 2009. PARTING SAID RIGHT ry Hearing will be
. = --- *' � RkV truck, 351 Cleveland, lienors, and trust- OF WAY RUN S 08 held before the Hon- DATED THIS August
- runs great. $500 334- ees, and all other DALE RABON GU- 50'54" W, 204.61 orable William L. 25,2009.
691-8012 Toyota '04 4 Dr Dbl persons claiming by, THRIE . FEET; THENCE RUN N Wright, Judge, of the
S . '97 F25073K Cab Tacoma, Sil-ver, through, under or Circuit and County 83"41'28" W, 41.90 Circuit Court, Four- BOARD OF COUNTY
- 1111 JiFor '97 F250,73K aPck-li . -v . 6 against the named Courts FEET TO THE POINT teenth Judicial Cir- COMMISSIONERS
miles, w/Knap Heide Pick-up. Au- to. 6- Defendant(s); and OF BEGINNING. cult, at the Jackson JACKSON COUNTY,
Dodge '01 Grand Chevy '04 Silverado utility body, p/s, p/b, cyl. 2 WD. 80,000, the aforementioned 'By: /s/ Beverly County Courthouse, FLORIDA
oge n 3500, Duramax, 6.6L, pipe rack &old air. Loaded, Power named Defendants Hatcher ANY PERSON CLAIM- 4445 Lafayette BY:s/ Jeremy Branch
Lexus '00 RX300 Pearl Caravon ES, red,. Van ll w $5500.. 334-699-6841 brakes, Power steer- and such of the BEVERLY ING AN INTEREST IN Street, Marianna, HON. JEREMY
White 128K Mi Excel- Auto.6-cyl.2 WD. Dually Tow Pkg/po- TIt Cruise Hard aforementioned uin- HATCHER THE SURPLUS FROM Florida, on the 17TH BRANCH,
lent SUV.$8,995 West 112,K mi. miles, wer trailing mirrors, Ford '97 Ranger Ext. ng, Tilt,CruiseHard known Defendantsas Deputy Clerk THE SALE, IF ANY, day of September Chairman
Main Citr Sales LLC Loaded, Pwr brakes, crew cab, ext. bed, Cab, runs great. Bed Cover w / Liner, may be infants, OTHER THAN THE 2009, at the hour of
87K mi. Loaded Looks good. 3400 A/C, AM/FM, Like incompetents or oth- LF14663 PROPERTY OWNER 9:00 P.M. (CT) LF14676
1919 West Main St. Pwr steering, CD, t o ded y OBO.334-493-7712 new. $15500 Firm erwise not sui jurls. AS OF THE DATE OF
334-699-5runs wel80AM, leathereo, w/2007 Copper an- Ford Ranger'07 4-cyl. 334- 445-1683. IN THE CIRCUITOF THE LIS PENDENS You have the right tNOTICE OF HEARING
runutos well, leather int. w/ 2007 Copper Air, PS,PB, YOU ARE HEREBY THE 14TH JUDICIAL MUST FILE A CLAIM appear with counsel ON PROPOSED
Nissan 06 Pathfinder very clean, $5,200. non Keystone 5th wh. Am/FM 46K mi. like Toyota '07 Tacoma NOTIFIED that an ac- CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- at this hearing. If ADOPTION OF
SE, white, leather, 334-347-0496. 2 slides, sharp. Call new, $8,950. OBO 4WD, 4cyl 5sp, tion has been comrn- IN AND FOR JACKSON TER THE SALE. you can not afford le- tORDINANCE
BOSE sound, sunroof, for details. Buy 334-714-1543. 42500k miles, bed menced to foreclose COUNTY gal representation,
57K miles. $16,000 Ford '98 Windstar. Seperate or pkg. deal liner/fiberglass cap. a mortgage on the IF YOU ARE A PER- the Court will ap- The public is hereby
334-714-0770 ord '98Windstar, Seperate or pg. deal GMC'03 Somona, 4 $16,150.334-899-2120 following real prop- Case #: 2008-CA- SON WITH A DISABIL- point counsel for you notified that the
$475 down, 0% Inter- "$54999. 334-805- cyl, 5 sp, AC, Pwr __
est. Daylight Auto Fi- 54 cyl, 5sp, AC, Pwr berty, lying and being 000823 ITY WHO NEEDS ANY at this hearing upon Board. of County
nancing 1-800-470- 4906. Steering pwr brakes, LegalAds situated in Jackson Division #: ACCOMMODATION the determination of Commissioners of
S .&',- . 0650 9am/9pm CHEVY '64 Full Size new tires, tunno co County Florida, more UNC: IN ORDER TO PAR- insolvency.You must Jackson County, Flor-
. : P/UP V-8350 motor er. $4800. 585-5396 particularly descri- TICIPATE IN THIS either appear on the ida, intends to hold a
t" GMC '98 Savannah Hi 3 sp. New tires, ex- GMC'04 Sonoma, all Legal Notices bed as follows: Wells Fargo Bank, PROCEEDING, YOU date and at the time public hearing to
S,"top van. leather, haust & clutch $3,500 power, except seats, NA, as Trustee for ARE ENTITLED, AT NO specified or send a consider the adop-
power, Q-bed, 2 TV's MSTA 334-687-6500 4 door w/keyless LF14639 COMMENCE AT THE Option One Mortgage COST TO YOU, TO written response to tion of a proposed
Nissan 07very clean, ballgame 695-8454 4WD, .aragekept, SOUTHEAST CORNER Loan Trust 2006-2 THE PROVISION OF the Court prior to ordinance entitled:,
Nissan 07 tdr ready$5,395.334- 34k miles13,000 IN TH IR T OF OF SECTION 14, Asset-Backed Certifi- CERTAIN ASSIS- thattime.
SE, Black, Auto.43K 793-3494 / 333-1291 Chevy '71&EI Camino, 334-347-9829 THE 14TH JUDICIAL TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH, cates, Series 2006-2, TANCE. PLEASE CON- *AN ORDINANCE
mi. leather int., 3rd MERCURY '01 Villagr350 Engine, $7500 RANGE 11 WEST, OF TACT JACKSON YOUR FAILURE TO AMENDED ORDI-
row seat, Like new. MECURY 01 Villager 850- 594-3282 GMC '91 Jimm 4x4, CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,' 1 T aintif, NTY CS PERSONAL AN
rwe w Van, fully loa6.2 Diesel 4 in lift. IN AND FOR JACKSON JACKSON COUNTY, Plaintiff, COUNTY COURT- PERSONALLY AP- NANCE NUMBER
$17,500.334-897-0582. 102K miles, white ex- Chevy '90 454 SS, 79K a luminum wheels COUNTY FLORIDA; THENCE HOUSE, 4445 LAFAY- PEAR AT THIS 2004-10, PROVIDING
2.aluminum wheels COUNTY NORTH 00 DEGREES -vs.- ETTE STREET, MA- ADVISORY HEARING FOR AN INCREASE IN
cellent condition miles, new paint and 12x36 Radial 26'32" WEST 629.82 Sharlina M. Spettel RANNA, FL 32446 CONSTITUTES CON- THE ASSESSMENT OF
Trailers-Tractors , $5,500 334-740-9155 much more, MUST Swampers PS, PB, Case No: 2009-CA- 63 WEST, 629.82 S harlinda M. Spette RIANNA, FL 32446 CONSTITUTES CON- THE COURT COSTS IN
SEE!$9000. 334-648- AC, Auto, AM/FM CD 000528 FEET TO THE POINT a/k/a Sharlinda WITHIN 2 WORKING SENT TO THE TERMI- COURT COSTS IN
Pontiac '01 Montana, 1014 00.334-648- AC, Auto, AM/FM CD ivision528 OF BEGINNING; Spettel and Robert DAYS OF YOUR RE- NATION OF YOUR PA- NONCRIMINAL
Farm Equip. 7500 al Montana power, rear A/C, 7 obo9333 UNC 850-762- D THENCE CONTINUE W. Spettel a/k/a CEIPT OF THIS NO- .RENTAL RIGHTS AS TRAFFIC INFRACTION
Lissilton Peanut pick- passenger, goreodar A/ Chevy'91Scotsdale,7 9333UNC NORTH 00 DEGREES Robert Spettel, Her TICE OF SALE; IF YOU TO THESE CHILDREN. CASES; PROVIDING
er $1850.6000 condition. $4500.334- title delayed, new GMC '91 Jimmy 4x4, Taylor, Bean & Whi- 26'32" WEST, 229.82 Husband; ARE HEARING IM-8 1 YOU FAIL TO FOR CONFLICTS;
Lissilton Peanut pick- 299-3378 or 618-7101 motor, $2995. 793-7344 6.2 Diesel 4 in lift. taker Mortgage FEET; THENCE PAIRED CALL; 1-800- A P P E A R PROVIDING FOR
erLissilton Peanut pick- 2993378o $1000.61871726-4661.01 motr, $2995.793-7344 aluminum wheels Corp., SOUTH 88 DEGREES Defendant(s). 955-87771; IF YOU ON THE DATE AND SEVERABILITY, AND
er $1000.726-4661.Dodge '08 Quad cab, 12x36 Radial 31'04" WEST, 495.27 ARE VOICE IMPAIRED TIME SPECIFIED, YOU FOR AN EFFECTIVE
Freightliner '01 Clas- -#,e � 5.7 Hemi, loaded. Swampers PS, PB, Plaintiff, FEET; THENCE NOTICE OF SALE CALL; 1-800-955-8770 MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL DATE.
sic XL 500 Detroit S LL $16,500.334-796-8174 AC, Auto, AM/FM CD SOUTH 00 DEGREES RIGHTS AS A PARENT
84 bump.890K Toyota '07 Sienna $4800 obo.850-762- 26'2" EAST, 229.82 NOTICE IS HEREBY DATED at MARIAN- TO THESE CHILDREN. in 'Its Commission
$18,000., 334-673- XLE, Handicap Dodge '98 Ram 1500 9333 vsFEET; THENCE GIVEN pursuant to an NA, Florida this 13th meeting room, 2864
7868 or 334-596-2240 XLE, Handicap Van, Xcab.575nterestDaylightAu- GC '95 dump truck, Joseph WadeNORTH 88 DEGREES Order -of Final Judg- day of August, 2009. WITNESS my hand as Madison Street, in
Garbage Truck 14 cymiles, leather, na, to Financing. 1-800- V-MC 95 duAllison transuck, Boutwell a/k/a Jo- 28'47" EAST, 495.27 ment of Foreclosure Clerk of said Court, the City of Marianna,
Garb e Truck 14 mbluetooth. Like new. 470-0650 9am/9pm good cond., $3500 seph Boutwell and FEET TO THE POINT dated August 12, DALE RABON and the Seal thereof Florida, on Septem-
S 1990 F700 B 334-701-5516 or Sonya Michelle OF BEGINNING. 2009, entered in CliGUTHRIE this 15th day of July, ber 8, 2009, at 9:15
For 229-465-3322 $46,600, 334-899- 3346-701-5516Por v a/k/a Sona Case No. 2008-CA- CLERK OF THE 2009. AM Central Time, at
For More PIrvnfo Oera i 33is: CitiFinanal TOGETHER WITH 000823 of the Circuit CIRCUIT COURT which time and place
tional Sold "As is" 4Mitsubishi '06 Raider Equity Services, Inc.: THAT CERTAIN YEAR: Court of the 14th Ju- Jackson County, DALE RABON any and all persons
Sealed Bids opened Duro Cross, Crew Unknown Parties in 2006, VIN#: dicial Circuit in and Florida GUTHRIE desiring to present
8-05-09 @11:00 Wanted: Cab.V8.Loaded.32K Posession #1; Un- GMHGA40533068A for Jackson County, CLERKOFCIRCUIT any matter for or
a.m. Minimum Bid - Automobiles $14,500 334-791-0646 tnownii Parties in Pos- AND VIN#: Florida, wherein By: /s/Beverly COURT against said pro-
KooTracto05 Wanted1997-1998 Nissan a nd all Unknown Par- MANUFACTURED NA, as Trustee for BEVERLY FLORIDA appear and be
Komota Tractor 05 Wanted 19971998 n 01' imi HOME, WHICH IS Option One Mortgage HATCHER heard with respect to
L3400 with finishing DodRam P/U 4X4 Ford'00 RangerXLT through, under and PERMANENTLY AF- Loan Trust 2006-2 Deputy Clerk BY/s/RebeccaAdkins the proposed -ordi-
mowlike new $142 hours. pay cash evrlet4X4 will Supercab 3Litre V-6, Frontier against the above FIXED TO THE ABOVE Asset-Backed Certifi- DEPUTY CLERK nance. A copy of the
lik new 142 hours.4 ch N 50-n9- 5-spd, 95,000 miles, named Defendant(s) ESCRIBED LANDS.cates, Series 2006-2, LF14677 proposed ordinance
$80b00850-774-4461 Excellent. $4,900. who are not known AS SUCH IT is Plaintiff and LF14654 is available for in-
Massey0 850-774-4461 TrucksHeavyDut Excellent. $4,900. 4dr. crew who bare dead or alive DEEMED TO BE A FIX- Sharlinda M. Spettel Advertisement section by the pub-

Mod# 1233 compact 334-790-799 whether said Un TURE AND A PART OF a/k/a Sharlinda for Bids INTHECIRCUIT li at the County Ad-
tractor, 48 hrs. land- Ford '03 F150 uper-ab, known Parties may THE REAL ESTATE. Spettel and Robert COURT OF THE 14TH ministrator's Office,
tractor, 48 rs.land- cab VFord 03 F50 super- Cclaimknown Partinteres mayW. Spettel a/k/a Competitive sealed JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF County Administra-
scape box blade cabV838K mi. Ev. claim an interest as more commonly Robert Spettel, Her Bids for clearing and FLORIDA, IN AND FOR tion Building, 2864
Great cond., only Con. Whe gr . Spouse, Heirsknown as 2429 Mon- Husband; are grubbing, fence dem- JACKSON COUNTY Madison Street, Ma-
1004 hrs.on 28 HP nDe5 e,-t. $15.000. 334 Devisees, Grantees, roe Lane, Marianna, defendantss, I will olition, and fence rianna, Florida.
diesel engine * -596-3189. $6,500. or their Claimants FL 32448, sell to the highest construction at the CASE #: 32-2008-CA-
(approx.23HPPTO) FORD *' Elorer and best bidder for Recovery Act-United 000404 DATED this August
Ideal machine to care Sport Track Lmmead, OBO. 334 Defendant(s). This action has been cash, AT THE FRONT Metals Site will be DIVISION 25, 2009.
for large dark red. Truck. Au- NOTICE OF ACTION filed against you and DOOR OF THE JACK- received by Black &
lawns/gardens. 95?FordF-)dump to.0-cyl.4 WD 673-4630 FOREC O you are required to SON COUNTY Veatch Special Proj- THE BANK OF NEW BOARD OF COUNTY
$5,900.334-333-0342 truck, low miles, au- 24500mi, Loaded, PROCEEDINGS- serve a copy of your COURTHOUSE, at ects Corp., Attn: Jo- YORK AS TRUSTEE COMMISSIONERS
PALMER '9926 f to, diesel, $11,500.0 Greatn $ 23500 PROCEEDINGS-RTY Written defense, if 11:00 A.M. CENTRAL seph Slykerman, 1120 FOR THE CERTIFI- JACKSON -COUNTY,
DPALMER1'99 26ft 334-894-2315 or 464- 334-709-4439. Nissan'08 Titan LE, any, upon SHAPIRO & STANDARD TIME on Sanctuary Pkwy, Ste. CATE HOLDER FLORIDA
619-104Dump Traler $1334-6,900 3189 Crew Cab, Short Bed. TO:Joseph Wade FISHMAN, LLP Attor- September 10, 2009, 200, Alpharetta, GA SCHWABS, INC. By:s/ Jeremy Branch
5835 CHEV'98-10 Pick-Up- Pickup.Red,Auto,cyl. Boutwell a/k/a Jo- neys -for Plaintiff, the following descri- 30009, until 5:00 p.m. ASSET-BACKED CER- Hon. Jeremy Branch,
94K5835 CHmiles, newer10 4WD.14,000K mL Ex sep Boutwell; AD- whose address is bed property as set local time on Friday TIFICATES, SERIES Chairman
Van 94K miles newery, r Coed, BluToot,moon DRESS UNKNOWN 10004 N. Dale Mabry forth in said Final September 4, 2009, 2006-BC4
beVans ir d rebua t roof, leather intvery BUT WHOSE LAST Highway, Suite 112, Judgment, to-wit: and then will be LF14672
transmission, runs clean, warranty, KNOWN ADDRE Tama, FL 33618 opened and " read. Plaintiff,
Chevrole&'95 Conver- greatS2,900334-687- 29 3IS: 2429 onroe wn thirty (30) COMMENCE AT THE Competitive sealed PUBCNOTICE
sion Van, loaded, 4863 Ford 2003 250 Diesel STERUNG '05T-Axle Lane, Mda after tne first SW CORNER OF THE bidS-shall clearly In- vs.
122K, Ready to travel $290334687 Ford2003F250Diesel Sump Truck $47,500 32448 and on M- pucation of this NE 'A OF. THE SE , dcate the project ti- The Two Year Plan
$3,000. 334-701-5516 OneOwner. New 19-10Dump Truck $47,500 32448 and Sonya Mi- notice and file the OF SECTION 34, tie "Recovery Act - CARL GRIFFIN JR., for 2009-2010 which
$Conditin. Bedliner , 56.15Sonya Purvis; AD- original with the TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH, United Metals Site MARANDA GRIFFIN, has been updated to
. '' - -- Cover. Sell tor Well DRESS UNKNOWN clerk of this Court el- RANGE 8 WEST, C__ag and Grub- et. al. include receipt of
elow NADA Value. Toyota '02 Tundra BUT WHOSE LAST their before service JACKSON COUNTY, bIng. 1e outer en- funds from the Amer-
TRD tv, boiler ex- BUT WHOSE LAST on Plaintiffs attor- FLORIDA: THENCE velope should clearly Defendant(s) ican Recovery and
334-618-4533 haust. silver. eycel- 242 Monroe Lane ney or immediately RUN N 0055'21 E, Indicate, "COMPETI- Reinvestment Act
S,, lent condition 242 MariannaoeFL32448 , there after; other- 2414.82 FEET TO THE TIVE SEALED BID - NOTICE OF SALE (ARRA) is available
$ 512,500. 850-209- Maranna, FL32448 wise a default will be POINT OF BEGIN- DO NOT OPEN." for review and com-
515659/209-1696 entered against you NING; THENCE RUN N NOTICE IS HEREBY ment. You can review
Chrysler 02 Voya.ger CheWrok, 05 2500 Toyota '08 Tundra. living, including for the relief de- 8341'28" W, 103.52 The proposed Work GIVEN pursuant to an the Plan at the
V5n. cold air. loade'. HD Work body lad SR. four door truck any ,nknown spouse minded in the Corn- THENCE RUN N 00 provides for the Ex Parte Order Re- Chipola Regional
5. ,. Excellent SRS.furr rack. door Great with bedoorlineruck an unknown spouse plaint 55'21" E, 187.90 FEET clearing and grub- sc h e d u I n g Workforce Develop-
S49ape.. 334-790-7959 10200. 334 w. dark clomn miner- ansi f either has re- TO THE SOUTH bin o contaminated Forclosure Sale en- ment Board office lo-
Chrysler -95 Voager, 701-9964 Ford '68 F step orDualo in rri nd if either WITNESS my hand RIGHT OF WAY LINE annon-contaminat tered in this cause, cated at 4636 High-
Chrysler '95 Voyager, 701-9964 Ford '68 F100 step or. Dual video sys. in married and if either and seal of this Court OF OAK STREET; -ed soil areas, fence in the Circuit Court of way 90 East, Suite K,
V6, auto, seats 8, side, REDUCED, headrests, running or both of said De- and seal of this Court OF OAK STREET; -ed soil areas, fence in the Circuit Court of way 90 East, Suite K,
power, am/fto, as. HEVY '02 Silverado MUST SELL, runs boards, satellite fendants are dead, on the 24th day of Ju- THENCE RUN ALONG and gate demolition Jackson County Flor- Marianna FL, view it
power, am/fm cass. CHEVY'02 Silverado MUST SELL, runs boards, satellite pendants are dead SAID RIGHT OF WAY and fence and gate ida, I will sell the on-line at our
new tires, NOW 1500,LT, ExCab, Z71 great 18K mi. black, radio and new tires, their respective un- S 89026'33" E 1730 installation. The site property situated in w e b s i t e
$1975 OBO 850-592- 4WD, Leath., 126K MSTA $5,500 obo. 25,000 mi. Asking known heirs, FEET: THENCE DE- of the work is the Jackson County, Flor- www.onestopahead.
2832 $9500,334-794-4809. 334-671-3772. $23,000. 334-791-9439 devisees, grantees, United Metals, Inc. ida described as: com orn or attend a Pub-
Site located in Ma- lic Forum to be held
rianna, Florida. Note LOT 1 OF TARA ES- September 2. 2009, at
that prevailing wage TATES SUBDIVISION, 9:00 A.M. (CT) at the
provisions are appli- AS PER PLAT THERE- Workforce Board of-
cable to this procure- OF RECORDED IN THE fice. For further in-
ment. Also, require- PUBLIC RECORDS OF formation call (850)
ments set forth in 29 JACKSON COUNTY, 718-0456.
CFR 1910.120 FLORIDA, IN SECTION
(HAZWOPER) will ap- 28, TOWNSHIP 5 LF14673
FI to this project. NORTH, RANGE 10 u Au
IAZWOPER training WEST. Public Auction/Sale
and medical monitor- at Southside Self
ing will be required and commonly Storage 2765 Jeffer-
for personnel per- known as : 4337 AN- son St., Marianna, FL
forming the required GELA DRIVE, MA-432446. Sale date is
work. RIANNA, FL 32446 at September 5, 2009, at
public sale to the 9:00 AM CST
A pre-bid meeting highest and best bid-
will be held on Tues- der, for. cash. Sales Unit contains person-
day, September 1, are held at the north al property withIn.
2009 at 1:00 p.m. o- .door of Jackson Unit wil not be open
cal time, for the pur- County Courthouse for viewing until
pose of establishing at 11:00 am on Sep- start of sale.
the listing ' of tember 3, 2009. Units:
subcontractors, re-
vieeingnt selected ANY PERSON CLAIM- #4 Charlotte Miley
pro ect requirements ING AN INTEREST IN #25 & #26, Owner
an to answer ques- THE SURPLUS FROM unknown
O ,tions. Prospective THE SALE IF ANY,
bidders may meet OTHER THAN THE (MeL g-
"with the contractor PROPERTY OWNER
at the intersection of AS OF THE DATE OF LF14674
Highway 17 and the THE LIS' PENDENS
entrance road lead- MUST FILE A CLAIM NOTICEOFHEARING
ing into the site. WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- ON PROPOSED
TER THE SALLY, ADOPTION OF
-.One set of subcon- ORDINANCE
tract documents may DATED this 5th day of
be obtained at the August, 2009. The public is hereby
office of Black & notified that the
Veatch, Special .Proj- DALE RABON GU- Board of: County
ects Corp., Attn: Jo- THRIE Commissioners -of
seph Slykerman (ad- CLERK OF THE CIR- Jackson County, Flor-
dress above). Any CUlT COURT Jackson ida, intends to hold a
additional copies re- County, Florida public hearing to
.'quired are at a consider the adop-
charge of $150.00 per By:/s / Beverly tion ofa proposed
set/non-refundable. Hatcher ordinance entitled:
,,Checks are to be Deputy Clerk
made payable to AN ORDINANCE OF
cial Projects Corp.' COUNTY . COMMIS-
Contract documents NOTICE OF HEARING SIGNERS OF JACK-
the pre-bld meeting PUBUC ROADS DA, PASSED BY SU-
if prearranged with PER MAJORITY
Black & Veatch (Attn: NOTICE is hereby AMENDING ORDI-
Mike Profit) at 770- given that, pursuant NANCE NO. 2009-04,
521-8134. to the provisions of AND LEVYING A ONE-
Florida Statutes CENT DISCRETION-
..Black & Veatch Spe- Section 336.09(2) and ARY LOCAL SALES
clal Projects Corp. re- a resolution of the SURTAX FOR A TERM
serves the right to Board of County OF FIFTEEN (15)
reject any or a9l bids Commissioners of YEARS, SAID TAX TO
and to waive any Jackson County, Flor- BE EFFECTIVE JUNE 1,
informalities therein Ida, dated August 25, 2010, TO BE USED
and may extend the 2009, a public hear- FOR OPERATING EX-
.'' time and place for Ing will be held on PENS S INTHE JACK-
"' " ,,. when bids are due September 8,2009, at SON COUNTY ROAD
with not less than 9:15 A.M. in the AND BRIDGE
two calendar days' County - Commission DEPARTMENT;PROVI
delivery, facsimile County Commission- SEVERABILITY,
machine, or other era Administration REPEALER, AND AN
electronic means to Building, 2864 MadI- EFFECTIVE DATE.
ing bid documents. FlorIda 32448, toin i ommin
ability of closing and Madison Street, In
IN CIRCUIT COURT, previously owned. Fra ida on Meptem
JUVENILE DIVISION or maintained public ber 8 2009, at 9:15
FOURTEENTH roads, describe as: AM Central Time, at
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT All of Tyeview Drive which time and place
JACKSON COUNTY, (Old US 90) in Section any and all persons
Id STATE OF FLORIDA 26, T4N, R8W, Jack- desiring to present
IN THE INTEREST OF: running wasorl against said pr
CASE NO.: 07-013-DP from the Iris Tye Mel- osed ordinance may


vie ,p~arc'el (tax-_ a"i eh"d
pa.nme 64-,p .
S.C. MALE parcel number 26-4N- appear and behed
DOB: 2/12/2005 08-0000-0060-0000) to proposed ordinance.to the
0roDed ordinance.
the Margaret M. oy of the pro-
A MINOR CHILD/REN Pugh parcel (tax par- Aos ordinance is
cel number 26-4N-08- pose fordinspc-Is
wavalable for Inspec-
NOTICE OF ACTION 0000-0120-0000); AND tion by the public at
(SEC. 39.801(8) FS) All of that portion of the County Adminis-
Admiral Road lying trator's Office, Coun-
The State of Florida west of the East line ty Administration
to JOSHUA HOWARD, of the SE 1/4 of the Building, 2864 Madi-
prospective father SW 1/4 of Section 15, son Street, Marianna,
whose residence and T4N R12W and con- Florida.
address are un- tinuing into and
known, crossing the SW 1/4 DATED this August
of the SW 1/4 of said 25, 2009.
You are hereby noti- Section 15 and the
lied that a Petition NW 1/4 of the NW BOARD OF COUNTY
under oath has been 1/4 of Section 22', COMMISSIONERS
filed In the above T4N, R12W, to the JACKSON COUNY,
styled Court for the Washington County FLORIDA
Termination of Pa- line, said portion By:s/ Jeremy Branch
rental Rights in the lying In Jackson Hon. Jeremy Branch,
case of S.C. to the County, Florida. Chairman
Department of Chil-
dren and Families a PLEASE GOVERN
licengpd child placing YOURSELVES
agency, for subse- ACCORDINGLY. Cl0as8elfied C0an
quent adoption.ellIt
Neaafoll a iieW Sellltf
You are hereby no- Nhecdoutteclass" C1? M
ticed that an Adviso- llecli0ittOe~ldIlei C l @ yl