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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
Language:
English

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Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna

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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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"Independent."

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Ivan

BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER


still


remembered


Today is the' fifth anniversary of
Hurricane Ivan, which sent a tornado
hurtling through this area, killing four in
Calhoun County, two in Bay County and
destroying multiple structures in Jackson
County.
It struck two mobile home parks, off
U.S. Highway 90 near Cypress, and one
behind it on Blue Springs Road. It
destroyed 27 manufactured homes, three
site-built dwellings and 31 other struc-
tures, including the Sikes call center and
out-buildings such as sheds and barns.
Several other structures were heavily
damaged, including three mobile homes,
eight site-built homes and 11 additional
buildings.
Another 51 site-built homes also suf-
fered some damage, but not rising above
the 49 percent level, as measured by the
Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Jackson County Emergency Services
Director Rodney Andreasen said Monday
he thinks remembering the devastation on
the fifth anniversary is an appropriate way
of preparing for the future.
He remembers being at Tony's
Restaurant in Marianna the night before
the storm hit.
Sharon Cason, a waitress there at the
time, asked Andreasen if he though it
would hit here. He said he thought would.
See IVAN, Page 5A >


School board honors top test takers Nurse goes
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FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
More than 50 Jackson County
students were recognized for
their academic prowess at the
Jackson County School Board's
most recent meeting.
Some made perfect scores on
the math section of the FCAT
test. Others scored perfect in
reading - and one scored perfect
on both.
Another 21 students were rec-
ognized as Florida Sunshine
State Scholars by earning high
marks on math FCAT or science
FCAT.
The students received certifi-
cates to mark their achievements,
which occurred during the last
academic year.
Five of the perfect readers
attended Riverside when the tests
were taken. Four were at
Marianna Middle School, one
was from Malone School, two
were from Sneads Elementary,
one was from Grand Ridge, one
was from Cottondale Elementary,
one was from Graceville High
and one was from Marianna High
School.
Perfect, math scores were
earned by 19 at Riverside, three
from Malone, 10 from Sneads
Elementary, two from Cottondale
Elementary, one from Graceville
Elementary, one from Graceville
High, and one from Marianna
High School.
The Sunshine State Scholars
came from ninth grade: 14 at
Marianna High, three from Grand
Ridge School, one from
Cottondale High School, and
three from Graceville High
School.
Riverside Elementary student
Laura L. Gause, now a fourth
grader, was the only student per-
fect in both math and reading.
She went home with two certifi-
cates earned during third grade.
The daughter of Kerry and Lee
Gause. the nine-year-old has a
five-year-old brother, Jackson,
and a three-year-old sister, Mary
Grace.
The youngster ate a breakfast
of Cheerios and bacon with
chocolate milk the morning of
her FCAT exam. Said she and her
fellow classmates studied hard at
school in preparation for the
tests.
She memorized her multiplica-
tion table up to the 12s, and said
that helped her on the math sec-
tion.
She also sometimes made up
her own word problems to help-
ing her study for the math exam.


Laura Gause was honored for
her perfect FCAT scores in Math
and Reading by School
Superintendent Lee Miller
Thursday. -Mark Skinner /
Floridan




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Ashlee Laramore received a
perfect FCATscore in math for
9th grade. -Mark Skinner /
Floridan
An avid reader who enjoys a
good mystery story, she's work-
ing her way. through the Hardy
Boys series, having completed
the Nancy Drew set last year.
She also won a trophy in third
grade as a Sunshine State Reader,
because she read and passed a
test on the 13 volumes in that
program.
"She always has a book in her
hands," her mother said.
Gause does have other inter-
ests, include cheering, dance
(hip-hop, jazz and ballet), gym-
nastics, playing with her younger
See TOP, Page 5A >


Jackson County students with perfect reading score in grades 3
through 10 are: Ronald Angerbrandt, Laura Gause, Shawn Hill,
Hunter Mitchell, Calen Sims, Savannah Creel, Brianna McCaffrey,
Zakerie Blank, Vallen Driggers, Jasmine Macklin, Ashlyn Harris,
Caleb Reed, Gerri Hardin, James Carter, Seu So and Gavin Hall.
-Mark Skinner / Floridan


Third graders with perfect scores in math are, Carolynn Coker,
Sofia Coley Alyssa Co.vart Laura Gause Matthew Griffin,
Kennedy Harris, Tyler Jones, Austin Livingston, Hannah Newsome,
Turner Seay, Michael Torbett, Brolin VanHuss, Nevin VanHuss,
Jephri White, Mack Williams, Natalee Williams, Dellon Barber,
Michael Eldridge, Anthony Kenner, Allie McCord, Garrett
McDaniel, 'Taylor Roberts, Brianna Wiggins and Gracie Zick.
-Mark Skinner / Floridan
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Students with perfect FCAT score in grades 4 and up are Triston
Arroyo, Mathew Pelham, Valerie Sims, Austin Gullett, Richard
Baxter, Ashlyn Goodson, Crystal Hernandez, Makayla Mayo,
Anthony Clayton. Christian Wertenberger and Laura Sammons.
-Mark Skinner / Floridan


protest

health bill
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAIT WRITER
Blountstown residents Rita and
Jim Pruette drove to Jacksonville
for a "cheap flight" to
Washington, D.C. so they could
participate in the march there on
Saturday.
The "tea party" march, organ-
ized by conservative political
activists, focused on dissatisfac-
tion with the current primary
health care reform proposal,
House Bill 3200.
Although the trip involved a
personal sacrifice - motel, food
and airfare added up to several
hundred dollars - Rita Pruette
said she found it empowering to
go.
A nurse practitioner who works
for a doctor in Jackson County,
Pruette said she wanted to get one
message across to legislators -
"slow down, read the bill before
you pass it."
See HEALTH, Page 5A >


Alford family

homeless

after fire
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
A fire last Wednesday
destroyed the Alford-area home
of Kimberly Hanson and her son
Gable, a third-grader at
Cottondale Elementary School.
The day of the fire, Hanson
was at her mother's house across
the street on Stuckey Road. She
was there enjoying visit from
her mom, during Hanson's bout
with a staph infection, when a
knock on the door changed every-
thing.
An assistant state attorney was
traveling Stuckey Road that day
and saw smoke coming from
1250, Hanson recalled.
The lawyer pulled in to inform
the nearest household, which
turned out to be Hanson's mother.
The fire was discovered around
11:15 a.m. and was doused, but it
rekindled around 10 p.m. that
night. This time, the trailer
See FIRE, Page 5A �


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September 15 - Tuesday
* The St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second
Ave. in Marianna, is having its End of Season
Bag Sale (clothing only), $2 per bag, 9 a.m. to
1 p.m. Sept. 15, 16, 22 and 24.
* Chipola Regional Arts Association will
meet for a Dutch treat luncheon and program
at Jim's Grill and Buffet, Marianna. Lunch at
11:30 a.m.; program at noon. James
Matthews, Chipola College student and classi-
cal pianist, will share his experiences at the
Rocky Ridge Music Center in Colorado this
past Summer..Public welcome. E-mail
adamsa@chipola.edu or call 482-6132.
* Optimist Club of Jackson County meets
every first and third Tuesday, at noon, in Jim's
Buffet and Grill in Marianna.
* Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting, cro-
cheting or knitting classes Tuesdays at 1
p.m., at the Jackson County Senior Citizens
center, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call
482-5028.
* The Jackson County School Board's regu-
lar meeting is at 4 p.m. in the board room of
the JCSB offices, followed by a public hearing
at 5:01 p.m. Call 482-1200.
* Chipola College District Board of Trustees
meets for a board dinner at 5:30 p.m. in the
Continuing Education building, followed by its
regular meeting at 7 p.m. in the Public
Service building.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing Tuesdays,-8 to 9 p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

September 16 - Wednesday
* The St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second
Ave. in Marianna, is having its End of Season
Bag Sale (clothing only), $2 per bag, 9 a.m. to
1 p.m. Sept. 15, 16, 22 and 24.
* Tourist Development Council meets at'10
a.m. in the Jackson County Administration
Building, 2864 Madison St., Marianna.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing Wednesdays, noon to 1 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
SMarianna. Meet in the AA room.

September 17 - Thursday
* The East Jackson County Economic
Development Council meets, 12 p.m. at West
Florida Electric Cooperative in Sneads. A light
lunch will be served.
* Jackson County NAACP meets at 5:30
p.m. the third Thursday of the month, at 2880
Orange St. (behind Bryant Enterprises). Call
482-3766 or 569-1294.
* AA meets Thursdays for a "closed discus-
sion," 8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet
in the AA room. Attendance is limited to per-
sons with a desire to stop drinking.


MARIANNA POLICE Sheriff's Office listed the
The Marianna Police following incidents for
Department listed the fol- Sept. 13, the latest avail-
lowing incidents for able report: One
Sept. 13, the latest '=-_ - abandoned vehicle,
available report: One _-three alarms, one
suspicious vehicle, p- animal control com-
one burglary of a 'r, E plaint, one assault,
vehicle, one distur- three disturbances.
bance, one burglar alarm, one found property report,
one robbery alarm, one three escorts, one public
misdemeanor assault, one service call. one stolen
assist of another agency. vehicle, four suspicious
one threat, six warrant incidents, one theft of serv-
arrests and 10 traffic stops. ices. two traffic accidents,


JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County


five traffic stops, two trans-
ports, one trespassing com-
plaint and two warrant
arrests.


September 18 - Friday
, * The Jackson County Health Department
will begin providing seasonal flu shots (not
H1N1 Swine Flu) at the main facility on the
corner of Fourth Street and Fifth Avenue in
Marianna. Seasonal flu shots are $35; pneu-
monia shots are $45. Call .526-2412 for an
appointment.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing Fridays, 8 to 9 p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

September 19.- Saturday
* The Jackson County Farmers' Market is
open Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
6:30 a.m. until all fresh produce is sold out,
in the courthouse parking lot in Marianna.
The market is a state certified farmers' mar-
ket accepting FMNP/WIC and Elder affairs
coupons.
* Community Health Awareness and
Appreciation Day, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at St.
James A.M.E. Church, features free blood
pressure screenings, diabetes screenings
and HIV testing.
* Zumbathon, 9-11 a.m. at Evangel
Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Rd.,
Marianna. Cost: $10 donation to American
Cancer Society - Making Strides Against
Breast Cancer. Call 625-6390.
* The Alford Community Health Clinic will
be open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The clinic is free
for those without medical insurance and
meeting the federal income guidelines.
Appointments available by calling 850-263-
7106 or 850-326-5783; walk-ins welcome.
The clinic is at 1770 Carolina St., two blocks
east of US Highway 231 in Alford.
* Chipola River Book & Tea, 4402 Lafayette
St. in downtown Marianna hosts a book sign-
ing, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. with area financial con-
sultant Robert Dokken. His book is "Keep
from Losing Your Stuff."
* Blue Springs Society C.A.R./Chipola
Chapter NSDAR/William Dunaway Chapter
SAR begin their Constitution Day celebration
at Jim's Buffet with lunch at 11 a.m. Joint
meeting starts at 11:30 a.m. Major Lucius
"Cap" .Pooser, United States- Air Force
(Retired) will speak on "Myths about the U.S.
Constitution." For reservations, e-mail
snoopyxii60@hotmail.com or call 209-4066.
* The annual Marianna High School
Cheerleading Kiddie Clinic is 2-6 p.m. in the
MHS gym. Girls ages 3 years to fifth grade
are welcome. Cost is $25. Call 482-9605, ext.
306.
* 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.


September 20 - Sunday
* The annual Neel reunion, for descendants
of Daniel Boone "Dan" Neel, George
Washington Lafette Neel and J.M. "Jim"
Neel, will be at the Dellwood Community
Center Club House. Lunch is at 12:30 p.m.;
chicken, pork, plates, cups and utensils pro-
vided; bring drinks, sides and desserts.
Guests are asked to bring historical informa-
tion and photographs to share. Call 593-
6086.

September 21 - Monday
* The Chipola Historic Trust meets at the
Davis-West House in Marianna, for a light
supper at 6 p.m. and meeting at 6:30 p.m.
Membership dues are $25 annual.
* The monthly general membership meet-
ing of the Theophilus West M.D. Camp 1346,
Sons of Confederate Veterans is at 7 p.m. in
the Harmony Masonic Lodge, 3024 N.
Jefferson St. in Marianna.
* 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 22 - Tuesday
* The St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second
Ave. in Marianna, is having its End of Season
Bag Sale (clothing only), $2-per bag, 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m. Sept. 15, 16, 22 and 24.
* Covenant Hospice hosts a new volunteer
workshop, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Marianna
branch office, 4440 Lafayette St., Suite C. No
cost. Food and drinks will be provided. To
register, call 482-4820.
,* Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes Tuesdays at 1
p.m., at the Jackson County Senior Citizens
center, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call
482-5028.
* Malone School Parent Night is at 6 p.m.
Parents of students in grades 6-12 are
encouraged to meet in the auditorium at 5:30
p.m. for a presentation, "How to help your
child study for success," by Kala Dean from
PAEC. The remainder of Parent Night will fol-
low in the auditorium with the election of
School Advisory Council members. Parents
are encouraged to visit classrooms following
election.
* Life Management Center hosts a free.
information session for those interested in
adoption or foster care, 6 p.m. at 4403
Jackson St. in Marianna. Call 866-769-9481
.(toll free), or e-mail cbascetta@lifemanage-
mentcenter.org.
* 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.


POLICE ROUNDUP


JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting periods:
- John Fiorot, 28, 2778
Penn Ave., Marianna.
worthless check.
- Michael Brady, 20,
4820 Highway 90 east,
Marianna, driving under
the influence.
- Jarren Johnson, 20,
8106 Eugenia St.. Sneads.
disorderly intoxication.
- Justin Adkins. 36.
1998 Highway 231,


Alford, aggravated assault
(domestic violence).
- Don Montgomery. 71,
2134 Highway 231,
Cottondale. driving under
the influence.
- Antonia Sanchez. 35,
342 Oreyson Drive,
Durham. N.C.. no valid
drivers license, no valid
driver's license, no vehicle
registration.
- Elijah Corker, 55. 222
Congo Road,
Chattahoochee. driving
under the influence.
- James Wilson. 52,
1863 Piney Wood Road.
Graceville. failure to


appear, violation of county
probation.
- Monte Walsingham,
23, 5426 Highway 90,
Marianna, knowingly driv-
ing while license suspend-
ed/revoked. possession of
less than 20 grams of mari-
juana.

JAIL POPULATION:
204

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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Highlights of St. Paul High School's third reunion


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

According to former
teacher Lillian Ardelia
Pittman Baker: "The begin-
ning of the high school at
St. Paul was the year of
1941-42, just through ninth
grade, under the principal-
ship of Rev. William R.
Johnson Sr., pastor of New
Bethel Christian Methodist
Episcopal Church. Our
school was located in the
barracks on the old site next
to St. Paul African
Methodist Episcopal
Church. The following stu-
dents were in the ninth
grade: Thelma Olds, Susie
Mae Blaine, Wynn' Junior
Blaine, Jimmie Lee Wynn,
Marie Ward, Hattie Mae
Ward, Lucinda Lewis,
Beula Mae Lewis, and
Lillian Ardelia Pittman
Baker.
All are deceased except
me, Ardelia and, maybe,
Beula Mae Lewis living
somewhere between here
and Pensacola. -I was the
youngest in the class the
and only one to further my
education to obtain a col-
lege degree. In 1951, the
new school (barracks) was
built for first through 12th
grades. Oliver Z. Britt was
the first and only graduate
from St. Paul at that time. I
taught second and third
grades in the St. Paul
Elementary department
from 1947-52. I returned
and taught third grade in
the elementary department
from 1954-1959.
According to Mrs. Louise
Thompson, the property
that the school was built on
was purchased from Mr.
Henry Britt."
According to Cary C.
Lewis, a 1954 graduate,
"Alzonia Roberts, Charles
Curl and Elneta Johnson
Wesley were the first grad-
uating class, which was the
class of 1953, and I was a
member of the second grad-
uating class of 1954, with
Mamie Robinson
Crawford, Nettie Hughes,
Mary Frances Wright Keys,
Maxine Wheeler Bradley
and others. The new brick
school was built in 1955."
The Saint Paul High
School Reunion Committee
consisted of Leroy Boone,
Class of 1964; Helen
Rhynes, Class of 1966;
Bettie Griffin, Class of


K.1


1966; Ernest Jett, Class of
1967; Mary Blue, Class of
1970; Bonnie Cotton, Class
of 1965; John Booker,
Class of 1970; Tony
Wesley, Class of 1971;
Rudolph Dickens, Class of
1963; Ulysses Dudley,
Class of 1967; Elmon
Trueblood, Class of 1971;
Emmanuel Spires, Class of
1963; Margaret Johnson,
Class of 1965; Willie C.
Brunson, Class of 1959;
Rebecca Pittman, Class of
1956; and Willie E. Spires,
class of 1971. The reunion
began Friday evening, Sept.
4, at the -Campbellton
Community Center. Old
acquaintances were


renewed, Dr. Margaret
Gainer Lee gave a
PowerPoint presentation,
and a short business meet-
ing was held with Dr. Willie
Spires presiding. Then on
Saturday morning and dur-
ing the afternoon until
about 3 p.m. there was a
family event at the
Campbellton-Browntown
Park with Mary Blue and
John Booker in charge. The
banquet, which was held at
The Gathering Place,
downtown Graceville,
began at 7 p.m. with
Margaret Johnson and
Bonnie Cotton in charge.
A Candle-lighting cere-
mony to remember teachers


and students was held later,
and special recognition was
given to the educators pres-
ent: Betty Ellis, Barbara
Dixon, Elease Varner,
Elmore Bryant and Hazel
Barkley. A special recogni-
tion was given to coach
Elmore Bryant and the
Saint Paul's first champi-
onship team.
D.J. Eddie Myrick Sr.
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by playing oldie goldies
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Saturday. On Sunday morn-
ing, convocation was held
at Salem AME Church in
Browntown with Rev.
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at The Baptist College of Florida in
Graceville on Sept. 9, in the form of
bountiful serving platters stacked
high with scrumptious home-baked
cookies.
In her traditional southern style,
hospitality, and charm, BCF First
Lady Ruth Ann Kinchen, assisted by
Gail Floyd and Linda Vaughn, arrived
on campus bearing trays overflowing
with cookies and other treats made
especially for the students who reside
in the residence halls.
Each semester, Ruth Ann Kinchen
treasures the opportunity to greet stu-
dents during the first week of chapel
service, when President Kinchen
preaches, and faithfully bakes sweets
to raise the spirits and fill the stom-


BCF senior and Resident Director Whitney Gillis accepts cookies from BCF
First Lady Ruth Ann Kinchen, as Gail Floyd provides cookies to BCF student
Bryan Phillips. - Contributed photo


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and encouragement to students as
they study and prepare for areas of
ministry and service. Countless stu-


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'Cap' Pooser to speak about U.S. Constitution


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Maj. Lucius
B. Pooser, Air
Force ret., will
speak at Jim's
Buffet & Grill
on Saturday,
Sept. 19, at the
joint meeting
of Chipola Lucius B.
Chapter, Pooser
NSDAR,
William Dunaway Chapter,
NSSAR, and Blue Springs
Society, N.S.C.A.R. The
Dutch treat luncheon begins
at 11 a.m. with the meeting
to follow at 11:30 a.m. Maj.
Pooser's topic will be
"Myths Abbout the United
States Constitution."
"Cap" Pooser began his
20-year military career as a
sailor in the Navy. He later
served four years in the Air
Force as a staff sergeant
before completing Officer
Candidate School. Maj.
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as a commissioned officer in
the communications-elec-
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from the Air Force in1974.
Maj. Pooser served in
positions in the Air Force, at
squadron. wing. and division
level, as well as with the
Joint Service Defense
Communication Agency as
chief of plans and programs


for the state of Alaska.
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Minuteman missile program
as instrumentation and range
safety officer at Vandenberg
Air Force Base in California.
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in Labrador. Pooser attended
Marianna High School. He
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Pruette acknowledges she
hasn't taken that advice her-
self, although she's plan-
ning to pour through the
1,300-page document soon.
What she's seen so far,
though, has her convinced
that action on the bill is pre-
mature.
"I'm hoping the legisla-
tors will realize that there is
a group of people who want
them to look at what they're
passing, read and under-
stand it," she said. "I looked
at the. bill and quit after 20
pages of legalese I couldn't
understand. Why are they
running this stuff through so
fast?
"I want them to slow
down and take seriously
what they are doing. I want
them to read the bill so that
when they vote, they can't
come back try to give me the
excuse that the didn't read it.
Don't give me that excuse."
Pruette said she hopes
more citizens will also take
an. active role in examining
health care reform as the
debate continues.
"I think everyone needs to
please read the bill and ask
questions," she said. "I think


there are some things in
there that we need to fully
understand as citizens so
that, even if it does pass, we
can each say, 'I did the best I
could to know and under-
stand and open some eyes,'
if we. find things we don't
agree with iri there."
Although Pruette hasn't
ready the bill herself, she
has been following sum-
maries offered up by people
who have, and finds some
troubling information in
their synopses.
Armed with one summa-
ry from attorney Paul
Lambert, who cites specific
pages and beginning line
numbers of the bill in his
assessment, Pruette is start-
ing there and working her
way through other takes on
the legislation. She'll use
her own common sense and
judgement in evaluating
those opinions, she said.
She said she believes it is
incumbent on all citizens to
do the same and to hold


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siblings, and "doodling" in
her notebook when her
school work is done.
Gause is already consid-
ering what she might want
to be when she grows up,
and is currently leaning in
three very different direc-
tions - cosmetology,
marine biology or becom-
ing a detective.
"I want to go on adven-
tures and solve mysteries
for people," she said.
As far back as she can
remember, her favorite tele-
vision program has been
"Scooby-Doo", although
she also enjoys "iCarly,"
and sometimes watches
"Spongebob Squarepants."
She will also take the
FCAT exam this year, with

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writing added to the mix in
fourth grade.
She doesn't worry too
much about that, because
she already likes to make
up stories.
She said she was very
excited to learn that she'd
made perfect scores in
math and'reading. She
wouldn't mind repeating
that feat and adding writ-
ing to make it a trifecta this
year.
Her mother, Kerry, said
her daughter has been for-
tunate to have had wonder-
ful teachers all through her
grade school, career. Laura
can remember all their
names, reciting the list as
Usher mother talked about
those early influences.


The Jackson County School Board honored Sunshine
State Scholars Chase Campbell, Joseph Gay, Kaitlyn
Kosciw, Jamie McCoy, Bradle Middleton, Jay Phelps,
Jerrod Rabon, Christopher Roberts, Linsey Rodenbach,
Kristina Roman, Megan Trotman, Benjamin Whiddon,
David White, Tyler Williams, Clinton Godwin, Lindsey
Locke, Deryion Sturdivant, Roberta Vargo, Rebecca
Delgado, John Howell and Brittany Picon. - Mark
Skinner / Floridan


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burned to the ground.
Hanson had lived there
since 2000, when she
bought the 1985 structure
from her grandparents.
As she now struggles to
put life back together,
Hanson faces some frus-
trating circumstances and a
timeline that may cost her
cash she doesn't have.
She said she's been told
by the mortgage holder
that, unless te insurance
company pays off the the
lossby Sept. 20, she'll owe
about $230 in interest,
which will continue to
accrue on the loan until the
claim is processed, even
though she's already paid
the loan through October.
Because of the staph
infection, Hanson's income
has been affected. She was
out of work a week
because, for six days, she
had to go to hospital twice a
day for six days to receive
antibiotics. Those sessions


took about seven hours of
her day, counting travel and
wait time, she said.
She also has to consider
the cost of her follow-up
mediations, although she s
working get that taken care
of through to her doctor.
Her son's asthma med-
ication costs about $300 a
month and she'd just
refilled it. According to
Hanson, it appears insur-
ance will not pay for it to
be replaced.
Her son's toys and
almost all their other
belongings were destroyed
in the fire.
The American Red Cross
provided a $130 clothing
voucher, but Hanson is
hoping the community will
help her rebuild her bank
account to pay for the many
things she needs to replace.
Anyone wishing to make
donations can reach
Hanson at her mother's
home, 579-2401.


their legislators accountable.
She said she believes the
problems didn't just start
with health care reform. For
years, she believes, most
people have given their con-
gressional representatives a
pass to do what the will, and
that greater vigilance may
be the only thing that will
hold their feet to the fire
going forward.


Ivan Continued From Page 1A


Learning that she lived in a mobile home,
Andreasen strongly advised Cason to get
out of it for the night.
When her employer offered to let her
family sit out the storm at work, she took
him up on it.
She had her son, Levi Kirkland, who was
10 at the time, and the home's other occu-
pant come down to Tony's. While they
were sitting around having something to
drink, they heard on the radio that the trail-
er park where they lived on Blue Springs
Road had been wiped out.
When they finally got a chance to go
back, the scene was chilling.
A large tree limb had entered her son's
bedroom and landed in exactly the place he
would likely have been sleeping if they'd
stayed home.
"The limb was so big it might has well
been a tree," Cason said. "It came through
my son's bedroom wall, and through that to
the bathroom wall. It would have gone
through him, right through his head or neck
because back then, he used to sleep sitting
up."
Cason said the experience has made her a
cheerleader for heeding weather advisories.
"If they tell you to get out, get out," she
said. "If they had been there, I would have
gone home to a dead family."
Cason said she remembers something


else from the experience, a positive thing
that will always stay with her.
'The community was wonderful. We lost
almost everything. We'd gotten a few fami-
ly pictures and some clothes together for the
next few -days, but we left everything else,"
she said.'"Everything inside was mine and
paid for, but when we got back, we had
nothing. The roof was gone, and everything
else was damaged to the point of no return.
"But people at my son's school,
Riverside, came through with donations of
food, and a lot of the clubs that I'd worked
as a waitress, like Altrusa and Pilot, they
helped us out too. Linda Husted had a home
that she let us use until we got something
permanent. She wouldn't even let us pay
any of the bills, like lights and the phone. If
it wasn't for the. community I don't know
what we would have done."
With Andreasen's guidance, Cason and
her family eventually purchased a FEMA
trailer, where they now live.
She said she would advise other residents
to plan early for evacuation 'if a storm
threatens in the future.
"Think about the things that you can't
replace - the baby shoes, the photographs,
and have them where you know you can get
to them quickly and take them along. You
never know what you're going to come
back to."


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4278 Lafayette St.
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J.T. Branch Jr.

J.T. Branch Jr., a lifelong
resident of the Shady
Grove community, passed
away Monday, Sept. 14,
2009, following an extend-
ed illness.
In his early years, Mr.
Branch was a farmer,
worked in road construc-
tion and spent many years
as a Jackson' County law
enforcement officer, before
retiring from the Depart-
ment of Transportation. He
was a member of the Shady
Grove United Methodist
Church.
He was preceded in
death by his wife of 55
years, Mable Dudley
Branch; and his parents,
James Thomas and Essie
Gordy Branch.
Survivors include two
sons, Jackie Branch and
wife Pat of Shady Grove;
Donnie Branch and wife
Debbie of Sneads; six
grandsons, Matt Branch
and wife Michelle of Talla-
hassee, Stacy Branch and
wife Jennifer of Panama
City, Ronnie Branch and
wife Stephanie of Shady
Grove, Justin Branch of
Shady Grove, Rusty Branch
and wife Melanie of Pensa-
cola, and Jeremy Branch of
Shady Grove; four great-
granddaughters, Alaina,
Emma Rae, Shelby and
Elizabeth Branch; one
great-grandson, Peyton
Branch; two brothers, Burl
Branch of Marianna, La-
mar Branch of .Shady
Grove; two sisters, Margie
Call of Sneads, and Alvie
Cauthen of Ocala; special
caregivers, Cecil and Joy
Branch; and caregiver and
special family friend, Linda
Dudley.
The funeral service will
be at 10 a.m. Wednesday,
Sept. 16, at the Shady
Grove United Methodist
Church, with the Revs.
Ryan Martin and Terry
Tatum officiating. Burial
will follow in Shady Grove
Cemetery, James & Sikes
Funeral Home Maddox
Chapel directing.
The family will receive
friends Tuesday, Sept. 15,
from 6 to 8 p.m. at the
Shady Grove United Meth-
odist Church in Shady
Grove.
Flowers will be accepted,
or those wishing may make
memorial contributions to
the Shady Grove United
Methodist Church Building
Fund, 7305 Birchwood
Road, Grand Ridge, FL
32442.
James & Lipford
' Funeral Home
5389 Brown St.
Graceville, FL 32440
263-3238


Annie Laura
Sapp Broom

Annie Laura Sapp
Broom, 92, went to be with
the Lord and live forever in
her heavenly home on Sun-
day, Sept. 13, 2009. She had
been a patient of the
Northwest Florida Com-
munity Skilled Nursing
Unit since February 2009.
She was preceded in
This home near Alford was destroyed in a fire last death by her husband Clar-
week.- Mark Skinner / Floridan ence Broom; an infant


daughter; and her parents
Wiley and Mary Barrentine
Sapp; two brothers, Dallas
Sapp (Nora), and Jim Sapp
(Stella); and six sisters, Etta
Scurlock Jack), Emma
Scurlock (Tommy), Ella
Scurlock (Pet), Eula
Hargrove (Allen), Myrtle.
Payne (Allen) and Florida
McCrary (Park).
Mrs. Broom is survived
by two daughters, Helen
and husband Grover Myers
of McMinnville, Tenn., and
Dorothy and husband
James Fowler of Graceville;
son Paul Broom and wife
Sue of Chipley; four grand-
sons, Louis Myers of
McMinnville, Jeff Fowler
and wife Lisa of Graceville,
Stan Myers and wife Tracie
of McMinnville, and Mi-
chael Broom and wife
Kristi of Chipley; one
granddaughter, Pat and
husband Mark Kent of
Graceville; 10 great-
grandchildren, Laura and
husband Brandon Miller,
Lisha Myers, Casey Myers,
Chasi Fowler, Ashley Fowl-
er, Jeremy Fowler, Cayla
Walker, Ethen Walker, Da-
kota Myers and Emily
Broom; two great-great-
grandchildren, Silas Miller
and Donald Lee; and a host
of nieces and nephews.
Mrs. Broom, affectionate-
ly known as "Granny
Broom," was born in Jack-
son County on Nov. 23,
1916, and lived there all of
her life, except for a couple
of years when she was a
young girl.
During this time, her fam-
ily moved to Southport to
earn a living catching and
selling seafood. She loved
to tell about her and her
sisters fishing and harvest-
ing oysters with their Dad.
She would tell that they ate
the oysters on corbread
while sitting on a boat out
in the bay. Also, how afraid
she and her sisters were
when they were put off the
boat into the water at dif-
ferent points in order to
hold the net to catch fish.
Granny Broom was a
very godly woman. She told
of her Christian upbringing
and how after her father's
death, her mother carried a
lamp held high so they
could see to walk to church
at night. Granny was a lov-
ing and praying mother
and grandmother. It was
not uncommon to hear her
whispering a prayer any-
time, anywhere. Anyone
who was in her presence
soon learned of her love for
the Lord.
God blessed Granny
Broom with an ear for mu-
sic. She learned to play the
organ when she was too
young to reach the organ
pedals. One of her sisters
would sit on the floor and
pump the organ for her to
play. In adulthood she
played the piano at numer-
ous churches throughout
Jackson County, and
played for the residents of
the third floor up until
shortly before her death.
The funeral service will
be at 11 a.m. Tuesday,
Sept. 15, at the Graceville
First Assembly of God
Church, with the Revs.
Charles Jackson and Stacey
Bowen officiating. Burial
will follow in Pilgrim Rest
Cemetery, with James &
Lipford Funeral Home in
Graceville directing.
The family received
friends at the Graceville
First Assembly of God
Church Monday, 6 to 8
p.m. Pallbearers will be
grandsons Louis Myers,


Stan Myers,


Jeff Fowler,


Michael Broom, Brandon
Miller and Mark Kent.
The family wishes to ex-
press special thanks to
Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospital Skilled
Nursing Unit, Covenant
Hospice, Dr. Jason Hatcher
and staff.
James & Sikes Funeral
SHome Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
850-482-2332

Donald J.
'Don'
Carpenter

Donald J. "Don" Carpen-
ter, 65, of Marianna died
Saturday, Sept. 12, 2009, at
Southeast Alabama Re-
gional Medical Center in
Dothan, Ala.
Mr. Carpenter had resid-
ed in Marianna for the past
38 years.
He was preceded in
death by his parents; one
brother and sister-in-law
Rayford and Jerry Rowland;
and one sister, Carolyn
Hubbard.
Survivors include his
wife, Dot Carpenter; one
son, Rodney Carpenter;.
one daughter, Rhonda Car-
penter (Pebbles) Smith;
and one son-in-law, Gary
Smith; two grand daugh-
ters, Megan Carpenter and
Lauren Smith, all of Ma-
rianna; two brothers, Roy
Roland and wife Fay of Lee
County, Ga., and Bobby
Rowland and wife June of
Tifton, Ga.; one sister, Bet-
ty Haynes and husband
Coleman of Baxley, Ga.;
and one brother-in-law,
Mike Hubbard of Cordele,
Ga.
The family will receive
friends from 6 to 8 p.m.
Tuesday, Sept. 15, at Mad-
dox Chapel.
Memorial graveside serv-
ices will be held at a later
date at Pinecrest Memorial
Gardens Cemetery with
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel di-
recting.
Lanier-Andler
Funeral Home
25 Madison St.
Chattahoochee, FL
32324-1497
(850) 663-4343


Ralph
Anderson
Tipton

Mr. Ralph Anderson
Tipton, 92, went to be with
the Lord Sept. 12, 2009, af-
ter a lengthy illness. He was
a native of Bascom/Two
Egg, where he farmed most
of the time, until moving to
Chattahoochee in 1952. He
was an active member of
the Chattahoochee First
Baptist Church for 57 years,
serving as deacon and Sun-
day school teacher. He re-
tired from the Florida State
Hospital after 30 years of
service.
Visitation with the family
was at Lanier-Andler Fu-
neral Home in Sneads,
Monday evening, Sept. 14,
6 to 8 p.m. EDT, and
friends are welcome to visit
at the Chattahoochee
home of Eunice Wilhelms.
The funeral service will
take place at the First Bap-
tist Church in
Chattahoochee, Tuesday,
Sept. 15, at 10 a.m. EDT,
the Revs. Barry Cottle and
Robert Johns officiating. A


graveside committal serv-
ice will follow at Lovedale
Cemetery in the Lovedale
community.
Mr. Tipton is survived by
his loving wife of 68 years,
Daphine Reeves Tipton of
Chattahoochee; his daugh-
ter Eunice Wilhelms and
husband Rich of
Chattahoochee; two sons,
Reeves Andy Tipton and
wife Susie of
Chattahoochee, and Harley
Tipton and wife Ethel of
Butler, Tenn.; grandchil-
dren, Ricky Tipton and wife
Lynn, Bonnie Porter and
husband Mitchell, Mike
McCormick and wife So-
phie Wold, Will
McCormick and wife Bon-
nie, and Lisa McCormick
Taylor and husband Bo;
great-grandchildren, Jace
.and Jake Porter, Amber
Taylor, Michael and Mat-
thew McCormick; two sis-
ters, Lestene Andler and
Rebecca Suber; and a
sister-in-law, Lena Tipton.
In lieu of flowers, dona-
tions may be made to the
Chattahoochee First Bap-
tist Church Activities Floor
Project, 503 S. Main St.,
Chattahoochee, FL 32324.
Lanier-Andler Funeral
Home in charge of arrange-
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Norman Jeter

Mr. Norman Jeter, 79, a
native and lifelong resident
of Jackson County, was of
the Praise Life Ministry
church and had retired as
manager of the North Forty
Sod Field.
He was an Army veteran
of the Korean War, and re-
ferred to himself with hu-
mor as a "world champion
fisherman." He enjoyed
fishing with and loved his
family.
Visitation with the family
will be Tuesday, Sept. 15,
2009, 6 to 8 p.m. CDT at the
Lanier-Andler Funeral
Home in Sneads.
The funeral service will
be Wednesday, Sept. 16, at
10 a.m. CDT, also at the
Lanier-Andler Funeral
Home chapel. Officiating
will be the Rev. Jim
Gosnell. A graveside com-
mittal service will follow at
Shady Grove Cemetery in
Jackson County, with
American Legion Post 241
of Sneads providing milita-
ry honors.
Mr. Jeter is survived by
his loving wife, Agnes
Hamilton Jeter of Sneads;
his daughter, Nancy Phil-
lips of Jacksonville; step-
daughter Peggie Banks and
her husband Hinton of
Sneads; his son, Gary Jeter
and two stepsons, Rocky
Peacock and his wife Mar-
tha of Grand Ridge, and
Tony Peacock and his wife
Sandy of Sneads; two sis-
ters, Nadine Ham of Grand
Ridge and Mavis Sowell
and her husband Noel of
Panama City; a close sister-
in-law, Doris Medecky of
Daytona Beach; eight
grandchildren; nine great-
grandchildren; and a num-
ber of nieces and nephews.
Lanier-Andler Funeral
Home in charge of arrange-
ments.


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After 66 years of existence, the
Baptist College of Florida in
Graceville is joining the ranks of
intercollegiate athletics.
The school, which will com-
pete in the National Christian
College Athletic Association, has
introduced a golf team and a
women's volleyball team for this
season.
BCF President Dr. Thomas A.
Kinchen said more teams will
likely be created in the years to
come. depending on the level of
success of the inaugural pro-
grams.
"I think we're probably looking
at adding basketball, softball,
then probably baseball, tennis and
soccer," Kinchen said. "I think
we'll probably look at anything in
general, except for football. It
may be that we'll add a sport or so
per year, but we're just looking to
see what the response is for the
first year. This is a way to test the
waters, to see if we get good cam-
pus support and community sup-
port."
The president said he has been
encouraged by the response of the
students to the school's decision
to adopt sports teams.
"Thus far, there has been a great
deal of excitement," Kinchen said.
"This is something else for them
to have as a part of their experi-
ence (at BCF). Everyone is really
excited about it."
Kinchen said the idea to add an
athletic department grew gradual-
ly over the years, as BCF's stu-
dent demographics became more
traditional in age, and the stu-
dents' involvement in the school's
intramural sports program grew
as well.
The president said he just had
to find the perfect time and oppor-
tunity to make the idea a reality.
"My planning and others over
the years has been to get to a point
where we could have intercolle-
giate athletics, but having the
vehicle to do that was my con-
cern," Kinchen said. "I knew we
were not in a position to compete
within the NCAA or NAIA, but
we did find the NCCAA. I was
not aware of that association. I
was very impressed by their mis-
sion and their network around the
country. That gave us the vehicle
and the platform."
BCF applied for membership to


Christina Acree, Lauren Clement, Lydia Bolton, Kristen LeFebre, Peyton Kirk, Kayla Smith, Coach
Rachel Goodman, Courtney Doss, Abi Huckabee, Anda Scott and Christina Baxley make up the inau-
gural volleyball team at Baptist College of Florida. -Contributed Photo


the NCCAA and was accepted in
June. The school then immediate-
ly went about naming an athletic
director, Dr. R.C. Hammack, and
fielding the inaugural teams, with
golf and volleyball determined to
be the easiest and least expensive
to assemble.
The volleyball team will be led
by coach Rachel Goodman, who
is also a sophomore at BCF, in
addition to being junior varsity
volleyball coach at Graceville
High School.
Team members are Abi
Huckabee, Peyton Kirk, Lauren
Clement, Christina Acree, Kristen
LeFebre, Christina Baxley, Anda
Scott, Courtney Doss, Lydia
Bolton and Kayla Smith.
The Lady Eagles will make
their debut on Thursday with a
doubleheader in the BCF
Assembly Center.
The golf team will be coached
by BCF Old Testament professor
Rick Freeman, who said the realm
of sports provides great teaching
opportunities that.can build the
kind of skills and character the
school is trying to develop for the
student body at large.
"Christ wants us to be win-
ners," Freeman said. "Golf is a
game of self-control, controlling


your muscles, controlling your
thoughts, and concentration are
all important in the game. We
need to use those skills in the spir-
itual realm as well."
There were 15 students who
tried out for golf, and eight who
made the final team:. Ryan Kirk,
Barol Bailey, Travis Turner,
Jarrod Odom, Kyle Hannah, Kyle
Jenkins, Josh Nicholson and
Derek Maddox.
The golf team will participate
in its first tournament this week-.
end in Montgomery, Ala.
Hammack said it was a good
start to what he and Kinchen
hopes will grow into something
much bigger.
"We're going to have to crawl
before we can walk," the athletic
director said. "We're just getting
up off the ground at the moment.
How much we can add depends
on the resources available and the
personnel. If you have a sport,
you need a coach obviously."
Among the schools BCF will
be competing against will be
Faulker College in Montgomery,
Southeastern in Lakeland, Trinity
College, Palm Beach Atlantic,
Campbellsville University in
Kentucky, and North Greenville
College in South Carolina.


Derek Maddox, Barol Bailey, Travis Turner, Coach Freeman, Kyle Jenkins, Jarrod Odom, Ryan Kirk
and Josh Nicholson make up BCF's first golf team. -Contributed Photo


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However, unlike some NCCAA
schools, Kinchen said that BCF
had no plans to offer athletic
scholarships to.students.
"That's not in the foreseeable
future," the president said. "One
of the reasons I went with the
NCCAA was that I wanted to have
students who come here-first to be
a student. Mavbe they're not
recruited heavily for athletic abili-
ty, but they still want to have the
opportunity to compete. I don't
want to create two different soci-
eties on campus, one for athletes
and the other for spectators. I want
to see the athletics bringing the
campus together, not dividing it."
Kinchen said he also believed a
healthy sports program would
make BCF more attractive to
prospective students.
"Any time that you put in ath-
letics, whether it's at the scholar-
ship level or not, you get more of
a chance to get people to look at
your school," he said. "It's a
recruiting effort as well. There are
a lot of students who look at a
school where athletics are open,
because that student who might
not get recruited might get to
come and have that experience of
competing athletically."
BCF already has an indoor
facility for volleyball and basket-
ball, with Dogwood Lakes Golf
Club in Bonifay and Sunny Hills
Golf & Country Club in Chipley
opening themselves up for BCF
to compete, according to
Kinchen.
The president said the school
.will be looking at constructing a
softball field and tennis courts in
the future.
Kinchen said he hopes the
sports programs will take off and
become something the students
can share with each other, as well
as others.
"We've got a great sense of
community on the campus, and
this gives us another way to focus
that sense' and have activities," he
said. "We just want the communi-
ty to know that it's wide open and
they're welcome to come watch
us. They'll have a chance to see
some good competition."


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By SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna High School
Lady Bulldogs volleyball team
traveled to Panama City this
weekend, to participate in the
2009 Panhandle Fall Volleyball
Classic at Mosley High School.
The tournament proved to be a
positive for the Lady Bulldogs,
who have struggled early in the
season, going 0-3 in their first
three matches.
Marianna was placed in the sil-
ver division of 12 teams with
their first match coming against
Mosley. After a two-game loss to
the Lady Dolphins, Marianna
defeated Vernon in three straight
games to take three of five game
matches, and moved on to face
Walton.
Marianna defeated Walton in
two games, giving them a second
place finish in their pool.
The "second-place spot pitted
the Lady Bulldogs against
Rutherford High School, where
they played the best of five, win-
ning in three straight games. With
the win, Marianna took the fifth
place out of the 12 teams in the
silver division.
On an individual note, Eron
Milton was named MVP of the
tournament, an award voted on by
the opposing coaches in the pool
play. Eron is a junior and is in her
third year of volleyball under
coach Belinda Christopher.


Sneads

ends tourney

in second
BY SHELIA MADE
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Sneads Lady Pirates com-
peted in the 2009 Panhandle Fall
Volleyball Classic at Mosley
High School this past weekend.
They came away with a third
place overall finish out of twelve
teams in their pool. The tourna-
ment began with four pools of
three teams each.
Sneads won their set, defeating
. Bay High-School 25-10 and 25-6,
before facing Port St. Joe. The
Lady Pirates had no mercy on the
Lady Sharks, as they handed
them 25-15 and 25-19 losses, giv-
ing Sneads a first place finish in
their gold division for the playoff
portion of the tournament.
Sneads faced 4A volleyball
powerhouse Gulf Breeze in the
first round of action. They fell in
the second game 19-25 and 13-25
in game three. The loss put
Sneads in the match for third
place against yet another 4A
school, Navarre. Sneads upset
Navarre in two games, 25-22, and
an overtime win of 29-27.
With a 3-1 finish on the day,
the Lady Pirates earned the third
place spot, improving their over-
all record to 9-1.
On an individual note, Meagan
Smith was voted as the tourna-
ment MVP for Sneads by the
opposing coaches.
Sneads was scheduled to be in
action Monday night on their
home court, as they host Lincoln
of Tallahassee. Results were not
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announcements pets&animals rmernemaket r HousesUnfurnished MobileHomes realestateervicesBoats Campers/Trave
3/2 in great neigh- 02 Chaparral Ski
S/I S Tkhe City of borhood in town, small Quiet Park 2 & Boat, 99 hrs, 4.3L V6, 5th Wheel. '06 36 ft,
eMaianna as two CH/A, $800 + dep. 3 BR $375 - $500. No 190HP, garage kept, ,rt,: Ba.. 4
openings in the 850-271-0900/258 Pets. 850-592-8129 aiv trailer,ss prop, - A lde-. Dcdqe Par
Cas DepL Delails 4309 leave msg. $17,000, 334-726-2081 '0u 3500 Oe al dual-
Free Pet Polcy 3BR/1.5BA, Very nice. '06 Ranger Z19, Mer- lR w i
ouret erves a loLocated on Noland MobileHomes Aart t cury 225 Pro XS.e- 4. 334
Adult Care Services Yo r petihdeseesa v- Fruit& Vegetables re estate Street in Marianna. nParks J low & white, ow hrs,- SKI NAUTIQUE 84. $. 34..
A tCareSerc e ing, caring home, An ad &Vegetaes I Kitchen appliances Referral Services exc. cond., $29,500. run. :r - i i $-85V-1100-
for a free pet may draw residential f ret included. $700/mo., Policy 334-695-0312 OBO. 334 447-7023 or
Will sit w/elderly. response from individuals Fresh Shelled Peas & first and last. Securik 2/2 390/mo 334-347-1962
CNA cert. Will do lite whowillsellyouranimalfor Butter Beans 2307 ty deposit, 1 Yr lease 3/2 $490/mo Apartment referral 199917 foot Alumi 334-347-1962
hsekpg/cooking. 850- research or breeding pur. Mayo Rd. (Btwn Cy- and references re- Nice, Wu et, 6yd, 8efico p Companies craft, 50 HPMercury,
592-7253/693-6517 poses. Please screen re- press & Grand Ridge quired. No smoking. CH/A 50-249-4888 s I ps trailer, trolling mo-
spondents carefully when . Bobby Hewett (850) No pets. Avail. Octo- sell lists of available tor, depth finder, live
Giving an animal away. 592-4156 ber 1st. Call (850) real estate apartments for rent well. $4500 334-312-
Personas 594-7525 between m In your area, Please 0114 Carriage Cameo '05
U-PICK PEAS. WE Apartments- 6pm-9pm. Owner is commeridalfWo rant read contracts thor- 2003 CONTENDER 36' 32ft 3-slides, 2-A/C,
Southern Gentleman Cats SHELL PEAS! Farm Furnished Licensed Real Estate oUghly to ensure with Yamaha stroke ratos '07285 K Generator,
seeks nice WF 50-60 Fresh Vegetables! Broker thatyou understand radar, color gps, auto 19t bluegray, 150HP a ets, Exc. Condo.
for LTR. Loves speed Free Kittens, Itr bx Deese Produce, iBR/tiBA, furn shed Austin Tyler & Assoc and agree to all the machine, center co n-t I
boating on Lake trained, 850-526- Lovewood Rd., apt., utilities incl. Quality homes for and the tal - sole. 334-685-2297 Yamaha V-Max, $38,500. 334-714-4001
Seminole and travel 2958/209-2932 Cottondale 850 573- $500. mo. 850-573- rent 850- 526-3355 terms and the can- loaded. Low hrs, Coleman '01 Santa Fe
ing. Box "RRR"Ph. # 1141/850- 352-2891 0598 for more info. "Property Mgmt is cellation policy of 2008 Fisher 1754, $21,000 obo. Camper Pop U A/C
please. The Dothan Free kittens, our ONLY Business" the contract 40hp mercury, 4- 334-796-2344 appl.Fair Con
Eagle P.O. Box 1968 wormed/litter trnd Apartments Nearly New 2 BR stroke, mtr guide, 334-796-2344 app. 334-347Fair Con.4334
Dothan, AL 36301 850-592-2689/510- e e Aprtments Nearly New 2 BR Apartments/Conds/ trolling mtr, Hum- $3,500. 334-347-4334
55Dothan, AL 36301 emplymen unfurnished Home-Hwy90E mingbrd 565, TAC, COUGAR 05 Camper
51 $600/mo, $250 dep Townhouse For Lease (GeneraRealEstate bilge pump, live well, Trailer w/1 slide,
Sofs Free to good home: 2/1 Apt. water, garb 850-526-8367 334-798-0010 loaded $16,000 772-
/ i 5 sewer incl.$550.No2/1. nice apt. in 631-5065
l m ns /calico 850-594-7802 I pets. 850 -592-8392/ Houses Furnished town, $575/mo + de- Bank owned 22 Ft SeaRay Boat, Dutchman '07 31G-
o850oma592n6115 posit. 850-482-5134 make offer 3-2 in 260hp. 350 Eng. $1500 D -
S850-592-6115 Deer Valley, Talley OBO. 256-201-1657 Tow Dolly, heavy du- DFL,32f slide outs,
LOVese tS Dogs Rent to Own 2 & 3BR Lake$800/o 2BR/2BA Realty 699-6767 '97 Bayliner Cabin ty, Stehi, looks new, $19,500. 334- 793-
SareerSeeker Call for detncailsu dep. 850-352-2897 TOWNHOUSES Cruiser 23 ft,1 own- slightly used. $880. 4510 or 797-7514 -
n Bosxer puppies edCall or details 850-573-0625 For renLt.For info r. e.,e .:on. p. 334-687-3171.
Inetfe SesT Fawns & Reverse 8- 850-557-3432/850- "5"0625call 8-5 850-209- 40K wilI sl-1 for 3- 68-11
SBrndles. $375 & up. General 814-6515 3/2 Partialy furnish 8531. 482-1050 $17K 850- 209 Triton'02 TR21, Mer-
Sell it eeBoxer Bulldog, of Maanna | Duplex/Triplex bigyard, $600 + dep. Astro 11 0- HP trolli ng motor, depth
e i F purebred, great IrhTfMa]iapat c8506381703re" M.arleeitatler, me- finder. $17,000. 334-
w/kids 850-693-6008 position openlofficero 2/1 DuplexCH/A wa Mobi le Homes residentialfor s5ale Brick Hou~eon ac itor and depth tin-er. 703-0522
850-718-0326 ter, sewer, appi nci for Rent w/pecan trees. 3/2, $2700. 334-792-3135 Watkins '79 27 ft. DUTCHMEN '07
$575/MO 850 526i CHA. 2643 HWY 69, Bass Tracker'09 Pro 8HP Yanmor, at Pt St. Freedom Spirit 18 ft.
in the ADVERTISEIN442leaemssagd2/1Locted.twGRG dmercurym Joe Marina, 27 north Great cond. Load
sifieds CIIC Cssed4425 leave message 2/1 Located btwn GR & Neg., 850-592-2005 4 stroke console dock. $9,500 334-897- levelers & Antisway
THE Ii I you ore looking r. Farms/LandiTimber ai/mo d sttr& steering, 461bthrust 2167 or 334-733-0020 ex
Real EstateforSale 850-573-0308. r eaio trim, fishing decks, Williams Craft '08 $9,800. 334-792-4071
2/1 MH FOR RENT in ' fiher ID $87F0 OBO 60 horse four stroke,
$57,064. NET PROFIT Cypress. Country set- HomesforSale 5 3 4. laded. 334-618-3058
T h e J a c k s o n 2010 NET PROFIT ting. $335 + dep . Hom es for Sale | Correct ra t 's- - . * ,..
3County Floridan 5Correct craft. '
$59,424.2BRBA, Newly Proair nutique Campers/Travel
County Floridan Land & Free Standing 2/2,3 miles from r emodeled. City $24.0 00. 33- 79439766 Trailers
Building with a Mar. very clean,, water & sewage. Fisher '0 1710 r.
TRIPLE NET LEASE. family of 2, $50m m water & sewage. Fisher 0T 17v10 r-.el
Over a 12% Return 850-209-8947/482- $35,000. 850-573-0598 Mercury 4 str, fully '04 Mountaineer 5th Dutchmen Travel
PLUS APPRECIATION. 8333 AT loaded, garage kept. wheel, 34ft, 1 owner Traler 0638DSL
seeks a REPORTER for its newsroom. This is an Investor Priced Less than5hrs. Warr. $21,900 OBO w/'00 Sleeps 8,32 Slide-
S$495,000. 2 & 3 BR MH's in Ma- until 2013. $9,875 Ford 3/4 ton p/u outs, Loaded, Like
entry level position, best suited to recent college For Sale By Owner rianna & Sneads 2 yr old energy effi- 2007 110cc 4- OBO. 334-714-1543 truck $30,000 850- new. $21,500.
graduates or reporters at community weeklies 850591-5050. 850)209-8595.et hm, Dothan off wheeer, ages M6-1 82-5187/850-272- 334-406-4555
ers'ChaplR, red, electric start, Moomba 98' Ski Boat 0760
look to move to a daily paper. Candidates must owLas nce to H, window AC, $400 3/2,2 car garage, safety shutoff in0. wake$9,000. 334-71tower '06 a yco, 30'k- FTave ETWOOD '0ee
own a unique one . - dep 850- 579-4622/ utilities $65 a mth, ciudes racks $250 ers $9,000 334-714 ')6 Jayco, 30' Travel Triumph, 5th Wheel,
possess good writing and reporting skills; must ofna kindreceat 272-7815/573-1851 wooded bkyd, fenced 334-596-1329 - aybuo9658 Trailer,excellent 2 Slides Great cond.
tion & investment -$150K. 334-477-6100 2008 110cc 4- Playbuoy '94 18 foot- condition, sleeps 8. $20K, 334-696'4538
be able to develop and maintain coverage on their 558 ac. 3/2 $450, 22 $400e. wheeler ages 6-12, pontoon boat, runs $9,800. . 334-677- /334-790-2950.
beat; and must be able to generate story ideas in with .75 mi. No pets. 850-258-159 pink camo, electric great. 34-5$375032 . 3953/7017648
beat; and must b e to generate story ideas in Choctawhatchee leave message start, safety shutoff, 334-596-5032
addition to handling assignments. Photography erage. 3/2 C'ale, water, like new, $400. W/17 raks,5HP amaha
and video skills are a plus, but not required. The Motivated sellers . . Humind c-
United CountryAI. 5$525 + domp. No pets. tronics, w/Trailer
Floridan is a five day a week (Tues.-Fri., Sunday) ark, Aa ns352-4869 morn- , 00 S + scre $200003343703328 Franklin 5 Heritage
334-ispr. sys, utility bldg40w12 slde-outs,
community in Malone, $360 off 231 S., $149,900 awnings, 2BR, garden
* community paper serving Marianna and 334-445-4445. 2 MinMa o0 spr.sysutiiity bldg tub w dith shw en
2c *rityaneg. $360 Neg. 334-671-1423 or tub with shower,
surrounding communities in the DPanhandle. Houses Unfurnished ney g., 850- N 334-691-1423 or1 W&D, CHA. Lots of
su undingcommunities in the Panhandle. 569-9884 or 850-557- 334-791-1423 '07 ESCALADE RV 37 extra's. $20K. 334-
3343 Wicksburg, 2100SF Arctic Cat'08, 650 REB By KZ, 5th W. 347-4626/333-0309.
2BR/1BA, stove, ref., 3/2 MH, CH/A in 4/2, 4 acres with Limited Edition, 4WD Like new. Non- -
Send resume and clips to the Quiet safe neighbor- town 850-541- pond.$229,000 0 &winch. 120miles.Seacraft, '8920ft Smoker, No Pets, 3
hood, fenced back- 3414/638-9228 334-498-3256 Like new. $5,200. Seacraft, 89 20ff Smoker No Pets 3
Managing Editor, Jackson County Floridan, yard 850-482-8196 or ean 2/2forfamiy .334-798-3352 Center Console, boat, Slides, DeluxeRefrg -i,19 7=
209-1301. Clean 2/2forfamily *motor & trailer, 95 w/ icemaker, - __--
P.O. Box52, Maann F32447.of 2, no smokersno 'Pl you Honda'07 420EX, ike 225HP Johnson Mtr, Convection/Micro,
3/1 brick home in pets. $450 + $450 new, automatic, 614 Dual Axle Tr. w/
Bascom, Ig yard, dep 850-718-8158 ad in our hours. $3200;.334- brakes,wh., runs King Bed, Fireplace,
.- . takng iplicatilns 798-2857 well, very clean, 2 A/C, Washer/ Dry-
i $5850i:aSO-209 126 Hmes. M-5. i Great cond. $6,850. er, Carefree Awng, KEYSTONE '07 Cop-
T 1 ' 3, 2 All ile floors. In Duplee. AAps. a Honda '07 CRF8 334-696-5505. Morryde Susp.,Rear per Canyon 5th
Mar3anna $750. Sechor- 8& o Dirtbike, 100 hrs,
I e$1350 o6X12 enclosed Sea King, older mod- Entertain-ment, Ta- wheel, 2 slides, sur-
0 d - 2p. 2 Ref.0r . Lt rla$9e 02el with trailer & 25 ble /Chairs, 2 round sound, Ig. liv-
S850 5;3-1232 32'-2t "40 cond. 850-447-2859 HP Johnson outboard Leather Recliners, ing area $27,500,334-
iro homt.et. Nice, se.ralB ren al Yamaha '04 KODIAK $1400 OBO ach w/chase. 618-6572.
950 me + dep. 850r- 9froem: ra 'ye- d. oand rOw dt.4V o00.d WAR EAGLE 20ft. 334-714-2406. COMPLETE SET-UP
. t - . ',i 209-8 '59 - fordable. CH A. wa. OBO. 334-798-3352 '07, 150 Optimax DFI 5th wheel, '08 Jayco,
SRE' " "' 3BR IBA, 2643 Farney ter. lawn care your Mercury. Custom 1995 Travel Trailer, Eagle, 291 RLTS & '07
' -" St. Cotorndale CH&A garb. ,r.cl. monthly * Need a New me? trailer, excellent cold AC, excellent Dodge 2500, 6.7 L Die-
PA R N.-. Pris. $495 + $200 deo.S5035222897 Lb III condition. $21,000. cond., $4950 negotia- sel w/ sliding hitch.
.'- ,e.. '352 4222 8 0 573-0625 usiness...! eckD ottheCla�llels Call 229-309-2871 ble. 334-393-1558 $54K. 334-791-4192




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Campers/Travel r. .r - P tranSpfrtaon) Automobiles Automobiles Automobiles Automobiles Motorcycles port UtilityVehicles Wanted
Trailers for Sale for Sale forSale forSale Automobiles
Tl Ford '03 Expedition
BMW 545i sedan, 4 Datsun '78 280Z 2+2, PONTIAC '01 Grand Eddie Bauer, Black, Wanted: 1997-1998
door, loaded, V8 su- original owner, 5 Prix GTP Super 75K, Loaded, Leather, Dodge Ram P/U 4X4
b' per clean, 47K miles, speed, fuel injected, charge, 6cy, sun- DVD, CLEAN! 10,500 or Cevrolet 4X4 will
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lwseker 334-701-5550 rust, runs but needs $4000. 334-618-8255 7002 Nancy.
work. $2500 OBO 850-
99 Four Winds'99 579- 2136 Iv msg Pontiac '98 Grand Am Harley DJv.d nOr, ii08 Trucks-HeavyDuty
Keystone '07 Cougar Motor- home. 34ft. i Ivnfiniti , i I l-,1K0 7est._Daylight Auto
Camper w/bunks Excellent condition, r M dancing 1-800-470- m La de
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306BHS, $22,500, 20K, New tires, DVD Car a l.5 LLC l919 0650 9am/9pm L.e nEr.. 18.0ii.
Sleeps 9 Loaded! Player-Ref-/Frez 1963 Ce.sn , 15OC . M* 't w4 ,Saturn96'SL1 runs, 34 510-
Airplanri. 2210.1 holur' W M . 14 . Saturn 96' SL1 runs, � -
334-714-7623. w/Ice maker, Water exc. curd., angered W 9 '1 *7* N .:I needs work, $800. Harley Davidson '08 Ford '05 Sport Trac
heater, hydraulic throughout its life. BMW '98 325C 87K mar..:ar alie com OBO Keith @ 334-797- Anniversary Fat Boy
jacks, convection- Can be seen at the $8,995 W.M. Car Dodge '0N. - .T 2259 after 6pm copper-black, 6-spd., XLT Adrenalin Pack-
/microwave oven - Elba Airport. Asking Sales LLC 1919 W.M. 4 door, 4 cylinder Toyota04 Sequoha, 1300 mi. Loaded age.5 Ford F-800 dump
slide out. $25,500 $16,000. 334-897-2207St. 334-699-5880 automatic, loaded, loaded. Great Condi- Like new. $16,600, Great cond. $14,000. truck, low miles, au-
334-718-0460, 718- Flight Club Share '83 www.westmaincar 71,000 miles $5995. tion. $18,000 OBO. 334-798- 5104. 334-793-9265 to, diesel, $11,500.0
0793 Cessna 172 & 182 sales.com 334-790-7959 334-796-7092 Harley Davidson '08 GMC '91 Jimm 4x4, 334-894-2315 or 464-
KEYSTONE COUGAR hangard in Mar. exc. Dodge'89 Dakota Toyota '07 Corolla LE Low Rider, less than 6.2 Diesel 4 in ift. 3189
'bl Phaeton, 07'40ft. 4 cond. $2000 850-569- Buick '75 Skylark Sport, parts, $350. Loaded, Great Gas 3K mi. black, warran- aluminum wheels CHEVY '64 Full Size
'01, 12 Ton Towable slide-outs, 15K mi. 2969Vintage, 34K miles, 334-677-3182 ,aguar '00 S-3.0 k. Mileage $500 down, ty, perfect cond. 12x36 Radial P/UP, V-8, 350 motor
Fifth Wheel, lots of 350 CAT diesel, MUST SEE ! Paint & many extras. 13500rs PS PB New tires ex-
up grades, very nice, Allison 6sp. 7.5 diesel FREE FLY LESSONS sell for thousands Ford03 Mustang GT 95k 6,495 W.M. Car 250 per month 850 s-2790A0 Aut, /FMCD hPstp. Nw tis, 00
Reese hitch included, gen. 4 dr. frig w/ w/ purchaseof 1977 $5,500. OBO 588-2607 convertible., 69k Sales LLC, 1919 W.M. 794-8243 Harley Davidson'95 $4800 obo. 850-762- MSTA 334-687-6500,
Like new. $10,900 icemaker, W/D in AlA Grumnan A/C miles. auto. Garage St. 334-699-5880 Ultra "Classic Eec- 9333 695-8454
motion satellite dish, excellent low times Buick '94 Century, kept, $10,800 OBO. -Volswagon'69 Ultra "Classic Elec-
850-718-5243. e e e , 23900 3344491864132k miles, dark jade, 334-596- 09966 www.westmaincar Vo eng.over-'e tricrGlide30 yr -ann Honda '06 Element, Chevy '71 El Camino,
rear&side L m camteraod,$1500t P 0sales.com haulDe. vNew tersary $7,500 334- 20k miles, $14,500. 350 Engine, $7500
REDUCED Montana Home theater sys. 794-4964 7906688 FORD .07,500 Limited haul- Dec. 08.Newti _ e
'05 5th Wheel, 4 Leather euro recliner, Automobiles Misc 794-4964790-6688 FORD '07, 500 Limited _ _ _ 0 3 -- 3
05 5th Wheel 4 Leather euro recliner, Automobiles Misc Charcoal leather in- tija, - - rod, ball joints, steer- 695-4014-OBO 334-726-8572 850- 594-3282
slides, king bed, desk, King bed, terror, 6cyl., 40K jor rust. $2300. Fatboy,red &
slides, king bed, desk, King bed f t terior, 6cyl., 40K ing damper, no ma- Harley Davidson '96 Chevy '90 454 SS, 79K
exc. cond., $29,995. Brake-Buddyfortow Corvette 02'Conver- miles, Like new. rust.2300. Fatboy, red & white, miles, new paint and
850-547-2808 car. Garage stored. tible auto, 405 HP 12- $14,500. 334-618-8255 334-718-118813K miles, great much more, MUST
ROYAL Moun Many otherptions. CD changer w/Bose Volvo '06 S40,blak, 334-899-1212 00
ROYAL Mountaineer $160,000. sound sytsem. 58K sunroof, leather, 6 334-8991212 1014
40ft, 5th Wheeler 334-797-3617. mi. Bla w/black CD, good condition. Harley Davisdon'89 Dode 08 Quad cab
$5,500 Great Condi- * REDUCED * leather. $25,500. 334- Cadillac'00 Deville JEEP 69 Wrangler. 57K miles. $14,300. Low Rider, chromed 5.7 Hemi, loaded.
tion334-695-9986 '03 Class A Monoco 299-3739 Pearl, Auto. 8-cyl. $2300. for pcs em.il 334- 475-1701 out, sounds great. Jeep '02 Wrangler X, 16500. 334-796174
La Palma. 2 slides. - 94000, Pwr steering 3at:KRNDAH-.1aol.com VOLVO '06 XC90, $6800 - SUV. J 5-spd . X 16 7 156-cyl. 400
Ocenbth.. SU.5-spd. 6-cyl. 4 Dodge '98 Ram 1500
Motor Homes/RVsn l bath. Loaded! CD, A C. AM. FM. ,.- *. 205.449 1970. Ocean Race Edition. WD. 44K, Great cond. Xcab. $575 down, 0%
uncl. car dole & all stereo., rurs well. FORD '09 Mustang #556 out of 800 man- $11,500, Interest Daylight Au-
28 ft. Allegro, well towels, etc.) $65K. Great cond. $9.000. Bulirt. Highland ufa re 2 ies. 719-930-4976 to Financing. 1-800-
maintained, new 334-790-3480. 850.48244818 Green. 1000 mi, Retailse for $53,225. Jeep '06 Wrangler X 470-0650 9am/9pm
tires, fully loaded, . a d 'Loaded. warranty, 334-671-4124 hard top, 6 Sp. 6-Cyl
new paint, indoor oa ArrowFORD '05 500 SLE, Fee ood. Top orr nw. $27,500., - 7- 1 4 , cuise
kept. $9950. Call Motorhome '86 K334-7909431 Yamaha'07 FZ1 low control 36,K mi.
334-792-8018 or whiteAuto.8 cyl. Red, great cond. 41K edition. 334-693-3980 334-790-9431 Ymaha '07 FZl low
334-792-8018 or white Auto.8cyl. miles,6-CD sound i 334-693-3980 miles. 2K mi. $5,900. Harley Street Glide $15,500. Exc. Cond.
337ing, A/C, AM/FM, system $11,500 OBO CADILLAC '98 DeVille, Ford '93 Taurus, runs 334-632-1100 '06 Excellert condi- 334-693-3424334-701-
Coachman '97 lns weA , ow 334-695-3550 135K miles, loaded, good, needs AC,tioncustompaint, 5153.
runs well, low leather, new A/C, Mi- ?2200. 1-334-475-1723 Kin'06 Spectra EX, 4 (Classics &AntiquesJ ton, usy extra'sito
da . 7kmileOdoor, 4 cylinder, Atoo e xa 's to
Mi , d ., 7 leak damage. $6000. cab 5.4 V8 oSuper- chelin tires $4,99 Ford 95' Mustang,Co- mention, 32K,
miles, good cond., leak damage. $6000. cab.4 V8 loaded, 688-2163, 370-6635 nvertable $2500 850- loaded, 42,000 miles, Camero '72 Dragcar, $15,000. 334-714-7203 -Ford '00 Ranger XLT
$15,000.229-334-9413 850 526 2840. 20k miles, $17,000 Camero '72 Dragcar, $15,000. 334-714-7203
Concord Coachman 77 5065 factory 726-0256 like new, owner. 477 CI big block, 6 upercab 3 Litre V-6,
'05 Motor Home. 23' Watersports warranty -g- Je Ford 98 Mustang Co $6,995. 334790 7959 needs owerglide, Harley Daidson '06 miles
long 2700mi, Take- F brd. un go-Best offer 850-526- Sportster 1200 cus- -spd, 95,000 miles,
long 2700m, Take -HONDA '08 Fit Sport, bra, convertible, 5 2290 days, eves. 850- tom. Black, Show- Excellent. $4,900.
over payments.850- Silver,- .4 spd, $8,200.63211001room cond. loaded. 334
593-5103 Kawasaki '95 900ZXI Silver, 5-spd. 4-c. 2 594- 9931 room cond. loaded Jeep 83 CJ-7, grey 334-790-7959
Jet Ski w/trailer Exc. WD. 13500K Loaded, . Ford '99 Taurus. SUV. Auto. 6-cyl. 4Ford '03F150super-
DAMON '00 DayBreak Cond. $1,800. 334- very clean, Like new. doo all 0 Chevy - 85 ilverado sto g P - SUV. Auto. 6-cyL 4 Ford3 50
34, s 5. Completely restored cisely maint. $7,250. WD. 118k, power 6, Exc. Cond..White
34 ft, 21K m miles, 696-5505 / 791-4885 e. ____ 333% miles Great shape_ _______
Chevrolet engine on Tyota '02 Camry LE rea Exceent condition 080334-774-3368 steering, new tires, . t
an generator, hy- Yamaha 04' ave Mitsubishi 06 r 115K$7,500 W.M. Car 334-685-0560350 Engine $10,000 $6500334-691683 ntbedext.
draulic levelers, 2 air Runner 1200 XLT, 155 Duro Cross, Crew LLC 1919 WM. Hoda '03 Accord EX, Lexus' ES3 98K
conditioners, back up HP, 58hrs. in fresh Cab,V8, Loaded, 32K Sales LLC 1919 W.M. Honda'03 Accord s- Lexus '00 ES300 98K Firm (334)389-0554 FORD '07 Explorer
conditioners, back up HP, 58hrs. in fresh Cab, VB, Loaded, 32K St.334-699-80 black, leather, sun- $6,995 W.M. Car OW E FORD '07 Explorer
camera, refrigerator, water w/trailer $14,500. 334-791-0646 St. 334-699-5880 rpof, very nice, S6,995 W.M. Car
-58.99.of, very nice, Sport Track Limited,
, refrigrator,-750- www.westmacar $10500.334-726-1215. Sales LLC 1919 W.M. L O O K
freezer, ice maker, $4,700.OBO334-750- Pontiac '01Montana, S9 dark red Truck. Au-
super slide $29,500 1337. Day or Night al power, rear A/C, 7 sales.com Honda 05'Accord EX St. 334-699-5880 to. 8-cyl. 4 WD.
334-687-4201, passenger, good CHEV '95 Camaro, 4-dr. 33K mi. Gold, www.westmaincar 24500mi, Loaded,
S Yamaha 92 condition. $4500. 334 auto V6 runs good tinted windows,clean sales cm Great cond. $23,500,





14 ft slide, 13K mi., Avr l addition factory hard Sunroof, Leather in- 4dr, a/c, 5sp, power. mi, A/C, AM/FMV $12o500 334-379-8733 Rover Super charged Ford 2003 F250 Diesel
Wave7unner 650, low 29-3378 or 618-7101 i nd b work. $co. 14400. 334-596-5321 334-7 9.
engine hours, need a2 90neesbdj 2eep Ltberty,2004. V6.
minor repairs. $750 Great lst car! $1.750. Honda '06 Accord, L PW Cruise, CD
l334-792- 3135 334-.94- 0385. berg.. gray cloth inte- Great Condition, 334-618-45
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&S^^ soft ts at o,18, miles GoodR a s MercedeBenz runs well,-Great-BOSE sound, sunroof.
iM co K g. 0, , ' 2004 Honda Civic EX month Call Steve interior. 59K miles. Bright yellow, low C e
Damon'05 Daybreak, 1Bick Auto., 6-c yl.. $5,3,125obo. 791-4190' PU. 3-spd. ABS, Blue, 14xxx mi.


Fully loaded. Includes Vette 96' Collector 7h mles, LoMali Hnat 06 Civir , Gray $ . G 73,000original Loaded, Excellent Land Rover'06 Range
slide, 0 additiondfactoryhard Sun-roofLeather in- 4dr, a/c, 5sp, power. i, A/C, AM/FM, $12,500, 334-379-8733 RoverSupercharged Ford 2003 F250 Diesel

sle, m. Ad. & soft tops auto, terior. Very clean. 68,500 mi., Good gas ercede Benz'l Supwell, Great loaded w/every op-$1 . O .
l4 w .7 . load, 102K mi. One Own- er $8,800. mileage &onu ion. SL500 silver, Hd & 334-796-7218. HONDA -'03 Metro- tion, wnr, gar. C.
33471 beautiful car, exc. 334-299- 3430. 12900. 334-243-4166 Soft tops. 39,873K mL, olitan Scooter. kept, 334-685-2297. Coni o el
Monoco Knight'06, Cal 't be cond, 12,900. 334- Bright yellow, Cover, Sell for Welllow






2004 Lincoln XM radio, CD, onstar, GPS navigation sys- top Needs work. Honda '07 Shadow, * Ford '68 F0iO step
Advertising Representative Towncar, Silver, sunroof, 11,000 miles. tem, DVD player 26K - Great proj car $4,500. 01m,$5000.7 4d334- BU T ELL s
eeGreat Condition. $17,000.334-797-0987 m '07Accord L Prstnecond. m ex. condo. Nissan 06 Pathfinder Below NADA Value.




2774 THANNeedto Sell $300 per age. haroabla HONDA08 CBR 1000, SE, Black, Auto.43K MSTA $5,500 obo.
The Jackson County Floridan IS $12,844. Call 618-4533 Ce '92d apce Honda 08'Civic LX Mercedes.05 ML350, M lAt1 black&silver, low6-spd. mi. leather int. 334-671-3772.
M-mO Rnly 65,955 miies. Chevrolet'08Rt Malibu Hatchery 791-8243 $17,000. 3A34-806-7190 GM a72 Chevelle m iles, exc. cond.





alicat f full 2007 Nissan Altima. 0BO 334-702-4026 $14ln800 334i-9 tan5 SUV. Auto. 6-cyl matching trailer. 4-cyl. 1468 miles, row seat, Like new. Ford '73 1 ton boom
accepting app ions e . $11,500., L, aoo ay oda 07 e o o runs well, warranty $17500334-897-0582 truck, 351 Cleveland,

time Sales Representative. 20,Tow r iles. Besow unroof, 11,0 mi tem, DVD player, 26K Great proj car $4,500. 3300mk $ . 3- side, Rt5 334-
Call 632-0144 camper shell, custom mie SELL, ru riding gear, $10,000 ns
Au to M oe HONDA '08 CBR 1000, SE, Black, Auto 43K MSTA $5,500 obo.


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This position is responsible for n iton6 R work.$1000. 693-5374 ,nw tis, sunroo, exellent river, as lacksiler, 6-s i later int, 3r 33-67-3772p


handling the advertising needs of mes, excel. cond., amaro Excellent conditionler. 4-cyl. 1468 miustom , 2400 row seat, Like new. Ford '73ack old air.
Immacu4ate2-4026 $14,800. 334-790-7055 AWD. 42,000, Loaded, $15,000..50-482-6632 runs well, warranty, truck, 351 Cleveland,



existing and new businesses. 3342434-02400 m miles, $ 0 OBO m 0. 334-792- WHITE. (334)389-0554 (saddlebags ew, lured.eru ge
334796wheels. Needs a little runs3076. $5900. 334-692-3337 Ford 97 Ranger Ext.




S11- Chrysler '95 Sebing, Honda'08 LX-P MERCEDES '07 C230 i ii, Mojo Mt Scooter Trailers-Tractors Looks good. $3400
Qualified applicants for this position - fsu nowo n Wewt, Ce, sunroof, n u e m s 33,H3N77
will possess the following: great cond., 648-5817 25800 miles, very r s, wa n 1 $1650 850- 258-1638 21'24' boa trailer, GM 95dumap truck
Ch stler'05o Cross- can, Gea n. owner, garage kept,. ONTC - Suzuaki '06 Bulevard O lo a 250 lit ond, n/s, b,
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579-4675 593-5005, 272-3671 new cond. $100. 850- leather int very Power brakes, Power FOURTEENTH
ELE Hosp. Bed- $400 Mens dress & sports 352-2553 clean, Like new. steering, CD, A/C, Dodge '01 Grand JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
35" Toshiba TV $475 Ceramic Humming Almost brand new shirts $1.50, sz 38 $20,500 obo, 334-372- AM/FM, runs well, Caravon ES, red, Van. COUNTY FLORIDA
850-866-1700 Birds $8-$10, Ceram- 850-592-2507 re. 850-482-4362 Toddler bed, Cosco, 072 or 334430302 s
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3pc Entertainment 850-482-5634 Elvis Bust $30, Elvis Mens long sleeve pa Booster $10 850-526- Hley Davidson 07 793-0677 112,K mi. miles,
Center $150 850-866- Heartbreak Hotel amas, sz 38 reg. 3426Road King Custom,Loaded, Pwr brakes,CASE N32-2008-CA-
1700 Child 4-Wheeler- Plate $40 850-866- $1.50 850-482-4362 Loa b- Pearl Yellow, 6-spd., wr steering, CD, 27
$140 Yamaha battery ToIlet, complete Pearl Yellow 6-spdPwr steering, CD, IVISION
4 White wickerbar powered. Exc cond 1700 Mens sport coats, sz Kohler 128GPF, Nissan '08 Altima, 3000 mi. Loaded. LikeA/C A DIVISION
stools $65 850-866- 850-482-2823 Emerson 19" SD TV, 38 reg. $7 850-482- used, $50 850-593- white/gray teior new! Always covered runs well, leather int. PHH MORTGAGE
1700 Christmas Dish Set like new, $50 850- 4362 9987 sunroof,alloywheels,and garage kept. very clean, 5,200. ORPORATIONT
026K miles. $17,500 I u very clean, $5,200. CORPORATION,
dining room chairs $10 850-482-5634 482-2450 NELCO SEWING- $20 Toilet seat lift- $40 334-693-0830 Includes sundowner 334-347-0496. Plaintiff.
modern style, sturdy, Christmas Teddy Eureka Vacuum $10 Machine Heavy duty brand new 850-592- seat w/ backrest,
padded seats $75 Bears dated byyear 4' mounted baracuda 850-592-2507 2507. Windshield, rush Chevy'07 Tahoe, Ford '98 Windstar, v.
850-526-3365 $10 ea. 850-482-5634 $45 850-866-1700 Old records, small $5, Toolbox $150 Black, j mufflers. 15,995. 24,800 miles. Like t D t Ao MARIE N. WIEDA
7 Speaker Surround Convertible Boot for Free to lovin home, regular.$10 850-482- Low Profile,like NEW. Nissan '08 Versa, 334- 393-0064 new, CARFAX. All nancing 1-800-470- metal,
sound system $125 Toyota'04-'08, never liter trained kittens. 5634 Small trk. Cindy 718- Hatchback, Blue Ext power. Rear DVD. 0650 9am/9pm Defendant(s).
850-866-1700 used $30 850-593- 850-482- 5880/850- Old trunk, 40's to 50's 7040, 850-569-5774 Black Int, Auto. Sell less than NADA GMC 98SavannahHi
9987 303-9727 $200 850-209-0798 Tool chest for truck, 10,200, CD, Keyless value. 334-632-0144 top van. leather NOTICE OF
2Air7x 5x 3" $0 Craig TV converter Generator, New Outdoor BBQ grill, 70", like new $125 Entry, $13,500 OBO, Chevy Trailblazer 08' power, Q-bed, 2 TV's RESUHEDULE
850-209-1266 box, brand new, $35 Troybilt, $250 Firm $50 850-482-8957 850-592-3338 334-333-6590. black, LS 31K mi. A/C very clean, ballgame FORECLOSURE SALE
85209126 850-526-4425 850-592-3338 Precious Moments Window insulated dsmb& Rear air Exc. Cond. ready! $5,395.334-ICE IS HEREBY
Amarllis plants, Deluxe stroller for 2, Gently used mens birthday bells $15, glass 35" octogon ola b pwr HARLY D N $15,000. 334-791-9115 793-3494/333-1291 GVOTEN pu t to an
$1.50 each 850-866- sit & stand, blue suits, sz 38 reg. $10 850-482-5634 w/alum. frame lass SL, all pwr, AC, HARLEY DAVIDSON 1 Vilagr Ordr Rsc uln
1700 plaid, $55 850-526- 850-482-4362 R50850-593-9987 candy apple red, new '081200 Sportster Ford '98 Explorer, MECURY'01Villager Order Rescheduling
1700__________pla, $5 - 8 Record player w/CD,50850 motor, perfect $575 down,0% Inter- Van, fully loaded, Foreclosure Sale dat-
Baby MOLLIES and 3426 Gold/Glass makeup Cassette & Radio, Wood table w/6 condition. $2500 Custom, 108 miles, est. Daylight Auto Fi- 102K miles, white ex- d September 9, 2009
GOLDFISH 5/$1.00 Mens ties $1, Robe $5 table w/mirror $2 like new $100 850- chairs $125 850-592- MUST SEE! 334-648- warranty, Like new. nancing. 1-800-470- ellent condition and entered in Case
850-592-2507 850-482-4362 850-866-1700 482-5634 3338 5817 $9,800, 334-702-4778. 0650 9am/9pm $5,500 334-740-9155 NO. 32-2008-CA-287
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[ Legal Notices )
of the Circuit Court
of the FOURTEENTH
Judicial Circuit in and
for JACKSON County,
Florida wherein PHH
MORTGAGE CORPO-
RATION, is the Plain-
tiff and MARIE N.
WIEDA; THE UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF
MARIE N. WIEDA
N/K/A JOSHUA
WEIDA; HAZEL M.
WOOD; are the De-
fendants, I will sell to
the highest and best
bidder for cash at
NORTH DOOR JACK-
SON COUNTY
COURTHOUSE, MA-
RIANNA, FLORIDA at
11:00AM, on the 9th
day of October, 2009,
the following descri-
bed property as set
forth in said Final
Judgment:
LOT 15, PHILLIPS AD-
DITION TO THE
TOWN OF MARIAN-
NA. FLORIDA. AC-


LF14697
INVITATION TO BID
Bids will be received
by the Chipola Col-
lege Board of Trust-
ees, Marianna, Flori-
da, until 2:00p.m.
C.T, Tuesday, Octo-
ber 6, 2009 in the
Public Service Build-
ing "Y", Conference
Room 173, Chipola
College at which
time and place all
bids received will be
publicly opened and
read aloud for fur-
nishing all labor and
materials for:
NEW WORKFORCE
DEVELOPMENT
BUILDING FOR


CHIPOLA COLLEGE
MARIANNA, FLORIDA
All work shall be
done according to
plans and specifica-
tions prepared by
Paul A. Donofro and
Associates, Archi-
tects, 2910 Caledonia
Street, Marianna,
Florida 32446. Plans
are on file and open
to inspection in the
office of the Archi-
tect. 2910 Caledonia
Street, Marianna,
Florida.
Drawings and speci-
fications may be ob-
tained from the of-
fice of the Architect
at Post Office Box
861, 2910 Caledonia
Street, Marianna,


Florida 32446. Gener-
al Contractors may
obtain one (1) set of
documents upon
$150.00 deposit,
which will be refund-
ed only to those sub-
mitting a bona fide
bid and returning
said documents pre-
paid, in good condi-
tion, within ten (10)
days after receipt of
bids. General Con-
tractors requiring
more than one set,
sub-contractors, sup-
pliers, gr others may
purchase a full set of
documents for
$125.00 per set, NON-
REFUNDABLE.
Partial sets will not
be sold to major sub-
contractors, (me-


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an agreement that
the bidder will not
revoke or cancel his
bid or withdraw
from the competition
for a period of thirty
(30) days after the
opening of bids, and
that in the event the
contract is awarded
to the bidder, he will
within ten (10) con-
secutive days after it
is submitted, enter
into written contract
with the Chipola Col-
lege Board of Trust-
ees in, accordance
with the accepted
bid. Upon award of
contract a Perform-
ance and Material
and Payment Bond
will be required of
the successful bid-
der. The eot of the


bond will be included
as part of the bidde-
r's proposal.
The Owner reserves
the right to waive
informalities in any
bid, and to reject any
or all bids, or to ac-
cept any bid and any
combination of alter-
nates or separate bid
prices that, in their
judgement, will be to
the best interest of
Chipola College.
CHIPOLA COLLEGE
BY: /s/ Dr. Gene
Prough, President
Chipola College
Board of Trustees,
Marianna, Florida


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So Cell: 557-1889 LaMssg
date of the iUs 57-1889
Pendens must file a
claim within sixty
(60) days after the
sale.


WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this
Court on September
9,2009.
Dale R. Guthrie
Clerk of the Circuit
Court
By: Beverly Hatcher
Deputy Clerk


LF14693
In Re: Adoption of
James Robert O'Pry.
III, No. 56 of 2009, in
the Orphans' Court
Division of the Court
of Common Pleas of
Westmoreland Coun-
ty, Pennsylvania.
Notice to: James
Robert O'Pry, Jr., fa-
ther of James Robert
O'Pry, III, born June
9, 2005 at Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania. A Peti-
tion has been filed
asking the Court to
put an end to all
rights you have to
your child, James
Robert O'Pry, III,
born to LeeAnn Marie
O'Pry, nee LeeAnn
Marie Hampton, on
June 9, 2005 at Pitts-
burgh, Pennsylvania.
The Court has set a
hearing to consider
ending your rights to
your child. That
hearing will be held
before the Honorable
Christopher Feliciani,
in Courtroom #10,
Westmoreland Coun-
ty Courthouse,
Greensburg, PA, on
October 22, 2009 at
9:00 a.m. You are
warned that even if
you fail to appear at
the scheduled hear-
ing, the hearing will
go on without you
and your rights to
your child may be
ended by the Court
without you being
present. You have a
right to be represent-
ed at the hearing by
a lawyer. You should
take this paper to
your lawyer at once.
If you do not have a
lawyer or cannot af-
ford one, telephone
the office set forth
below to find out
where you can get le-
gal help.
Westmoreland Bar
Association
P.O. Box 565
Greensburg, PA
15601 724-834-8490
Maria R. Blum, Esq.,
Attorney at Law, 218
South Maple Ave.,
Greensburg, Pa
15601. 724-834-1911


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