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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 )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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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Testimony focuses on DNA


Cell phone calls

also discussed
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Friday's slate of technical experts
attempted to shore up the state's case
against quadruple murder suspect Wesley
Jonathan Williams. He is accused of
shooting ex-girlfriend Danielle Baker to
death, and using duct tape to suffocate her
three young sons, two of whom he
fathered.
None of Friday's witnesses were able to
definitely tie the defendant to the crime
scene.
Special mitochondrial DNA tests, for
instance, excluded Williams as a contribu-
tor in an DNA mix found at the ends of
duct t4pe used to bind Amarion Baker, the
one-year-old Williams and Baker shared.
That revelation was offered up by Gina M.
Pineda, a DNA expert with the private
firm, GMP Forensic Consulants.
That expert also excluded Williams'
girlfriend, Bridgette Kelly, and several
others whose DNA was collected and
compared to the mix, which had at least
two contributors.
Crime lab analyst Beth Rankin of FDLE
was unable to link any latent prints to
Williams.
The prosecution's strongest showing on
4he day may have been the records related
to Williams cell phone use in the hours
prior to Baker's death. An expert in com-
munications who once'worked for the
White House in that field, Lee Ross
explained how cell phone towers function


Man

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robbery

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By DEBORAH
BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF

The elderly Joshua
Cottondale man Pullum
assaulted out-
side his home in
a robbery last
week has died.
Cottondale
Police Chief
William
Watford said 75-
year-old Alfred Willie
Delk . died Willie
around 8:10 Lloyd III
p.m. Thursday
night at
Southeast
Alabama
Medical Center
in Dothan. He
had been taken
off life support.
Tu e s d ay, Kendrick
Watford con-
firmed. Brown
An autopsy
on the victim is pending, Watford
said early Friday.
Joshua Pullum, 22, Willie
Lloyd III, 23, and Kendrick
Brown, 20, are each currently
charged with attempted felony
murder and robbery. Bond
amounts for all three were set at
$150,000, but Brown is being
held on an alleged violation of
state probation. All three
See DIES, Page 9A 10


Jackson County Sheriff's Department Investigator Virgil Watson, left, testifies about his interview with Wesley Jonathan Williams
while opening a tape of the interview for prosecutor Larry Basford. - Mark Skinner / Floridan
and their accuracy in recording which calls 2005, when the killings are believed to indicate his phone "pinged" off:a
utilize which towers. have occurred. He has denied calling Marianna tower near Baker's apartment
Williams said he was at home in Sneads Baker from the Marianna area jurt ahead
in the early morning hours of March. 17, of the killings. But his cell phone records See TESTIMONY, Page 9A >


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2 arrested

after fight
STAFF REPORT
A man and a woman were
charged late Thursday after
police were called out to
break up a fight between the
two.
According to a news release
from the Marianna Police
Department, officers were
called out to Grocery Outlet
on Lafayette Street on a fight
in progress call at 10:12 p.m.
On arrival, Corey Williams,
32, and Erica Eyvette Myrick,
25, were having a heated
argument.
According to police, both
-had visible minor injuries, and
three independent witnesses
were interviewed by police.
The couple. had engaged in
three separate altercations
while in the parking lot.
Both allegedly struck the
other multiple times, with
each being the primary
aggressor in at least one inci-
dent, police stated.
Both Williams and Myrick
were taken to the county jail
and were charged with battery
(domestic violence).

Man charged with
trespassing at
Marianna 'Gardens
STAFF REPORT
The Marianna Police
Department says it' charged a
man with trespassing at
Marianna Gardens Apartments
Thursday.
According to a news release
from the police department,
officers were called out at 1:22
a.m. Thursday about a possi-
ble trespasser.
Officers then found Leroy
James Laster, 39, of 4052 Old
Cottondale Road, at the "F"
building.
According to the news
release, Laster was not
allowed on the premises.
He was taken to the county
jail and charged with trespass-
ing, according to police.


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WEATHER UPDATES


Community Calendar


September 27 - Sunday
* The Kent reunion is at the Kent cemetery
pavilion, three miles southwest of Alford.-
Lunch at 12:30 p.m; bring a well-filled basket.

September 28 - Monday
* The Parkinson's Support Group meets at
noon in the ground floor education classroom
of Jackson Hospital, 4250 Hospital Drive,
Marianna. Jackson Hospital's Eric Miller, RN,
BSN will present "Are You Ready for Flu
Season?" Lunch served. Caregivers welcome.
No cost.
* Malone School's School Advisory Council
meets at 3 p.m. to approve this year's School
Improvement Plan.
* Marianna High School hosts a
Scholarship Information Night for grades 9-
11 in the MHS Media Center, 5:30-6:30 p.m.
Scholarship Information Night for Seniors
TBA.
* The Jackson Hospital Finance Committee
meets at 5:30 p.m. in the Hudnall Building
Community Room.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing each Monday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

September 29 - Tuesday
* 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.
*, Jackson County Superintendent of
Schools Lee Miller hosts a town hall meeting,
5 to 6 p.m. in Malone Town Hall. Meet district
staff, ask questions, get information. Call
482-1200.
* The Jackson County Quilters' Guild offers
free quilting lessons Tuesday evenings, 6-8
p.m. at the First United Methodist Church
Youth Center: Supplies list at www.jackson-
countyquilters.com, or call 482-5070.
* The Town of Grand Ridge will have a pub-
lic work session and special council meeting
at 6 p.m., to review and discuss' proposed
Ordinance No.2009-06 Budget for Fiscal Year
2009-2010 (a copy can be reviewed at Town
Hall). Call 592-4621.


* 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 30 - Wednesday
* The Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse will be open two extra days for its
special sale - pick-up.truck or car load for
$50 - Sept. 30-Oct. 3. .Hours are
Wednesday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; and
Saturday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call 482-7997.
* The regularly scheduled meeting of the
Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees is at 5:30
p.m. in the Hudnall Building Community
Room.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing Wednesdays, noon to 1 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

October 1 - Thursday
* Covenant Hospice offers its free monthly
support group for caregivers of Alzheimer's
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.
* The Covenant Hospice free monthly sup-
port group for caregivers of Alzheimer's
meets 10-11 a.m. at 4440 Lafayette St. in the
old Danley Building across from the court-
house, on the first Thursday of every month.
No cost. Registration required. Light refresh-
ments served. Call 482-8520 or (888) 817-
2191.
* The Florida School Boards Association is
conducting master board training for Jackson
County School Board members and the
superintendent Of schools, 4-8 p.m. in the
Bank of Jackson County in Graceville.
* 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 Foss of a
child, regardless of the age of the child, is
welcome. Refreshments provided. Call 526-
5618 or 573-0535.
* AA meets Thursdays for a "closed discus-
sion," 8 to 9 p.m., at' the First United


Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room. Attendance is
limited to persons with a desire to stop drink-
ing.

October 2 - Friday
* Jackson County Chamber of Commerce
First Friday Power Breakfast and Speaker
Series is 7-8:45 a.m. in the Jackson County
Agriculture Conference Center, 2741
Pennsylvania Ave., Marianna. Speaker C.
Marvin Scott, president, Superior Bancorp
and Superior Bank, will discuss "The Banking
Industry: The mess it's in, and what's being
done to fix it."
.* The Jackson County Development Council
Inc. offers the technical and educational
workshop, Steps to Starting, a Small
Business, 1-4 p.m. in the Nearing Court Office
Building Upstairs Conference Room, 2840
Jefferson St., Marianna. Cost: $15 per per-
son, due in advance. Reservations required;
call 526-4005. Registration closes at 5 p.m.,
two days before class.
* AA has an open meeting Fridays, 8-9 p.m.
at the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in AA room.

October 3 - Saturday
* The Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse will be open two extra days for its
special sale - pick-up truck or car load for
$50 - Sept. 30-Oct. 3. Hours are
Wednesday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; and
Saturday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call 482-7997.
* 'Blountstown's Panhandle Pioneer
Settlement celebrates its 20th anniversary at
3 p.m. with a special ceremony, mass com-
munity choir and country buffet meal. Visit
www.ppmuseum.org, or call 850-674-2777.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-,
ing 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 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' market
accepting FMNP/WIC and Elder affairs
coupons.


POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Sept.
25, the latest available
report: One drunk driver,
one suspicious incident,
three suspicious persons,
one disturbance, one larce-
ny, two trespassing calls,
two dog complaints, one
sex offense call, one patrol
request, one threat/harass-
ment, one worthless docu-
ment and 12 traffic stops..

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the
following incidents for
Sept. 25, the latest avail-


able report: Three animal
control calls, one burglary,
two civil dispute calls, one
criminal registration, two
criminal mischief/vandal-
ism calls, two disturbance
calls, one drunk pedestrian,
15 EMS
S -_- calls, one
. . .. . - fingerprint-
l,- ing, one fire
S'ME call, one
S "-- found prop-
erty call. three information
reports, two loud
noise/music complaints,
two miscellaneous escort
calls, one missing person.
two pedestrian/hitchhiker
calls, two public service
calls, one pursuit, one retail
theft/gas skip, one shooting


in area call, two suspicious
incidents/persons/yehicles,
one threat, two traffic acci-
dents, 20 traffic stops, one
miscellaneous transport,
four trespassing calls, two
warrant arrests/prisoners in
custody and one reckless
driver/vehicle.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting periods:
- Leroy Laster, 39, 4052
Old Cottondale Road,
Marianna, trespass after
warning.
- Edward Black. 57.


5158 Gold Lane,
Marianna, aggravated
assault, with deadly
weapon.
- Jason Skelton, 23,
5016 Highway 77,
Graceville, dealing in
stolen property.
- Stephanie Craig, 23,
1791 Dogwood Place,
Alford, violation of state
probation (possession of
listed chemicals).
- Anthony Young, 58,
2415 Cantor Ave.,
Memphis, Tenn., willful or
wanton reckless driving.
- Corey Williams, 32,
2926 Milton Ave.,
Marianna, battery (domes-
tic violence).
- Erica Myrick, 25, 2934


Harley Drive, Marianna,
battery (domestic vio-
lence).
-James Kelly, 34, 23726
NW County Road, Altha,
aggravated fleeing and
attempting to elude, driv-
ing while license suspend-
ed or revoked, reckless
driving, no motorcycle
endorsement on driver
license.

JAIL POPULATION:
202

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 LIFE


Jackson County Floridan * Sunday, September 27,


Struggling to survive Partners for
PetQ nn Parnde


BY THOMAS VINCENT MURPHY j.


Since there is no such thing as a
perfect person, even though some
people think they are, all of us at
some time face challenging times in
our lives.
Whether it's in making serious
decisions about money, security, reli-
gion or lifestyle, many of our deci-
sions are based on our assets and
capabilities. For a great deal of the
American population, life can be a
continuous challenge - and for
many, a struggle to survive.
When you are bom into a family
living in poverty, your struggles in
life begin at an early age. Perhaps one
of the reasons some of our children
turn to a life of crime is that they feel
some type of illegal, quick money-
making activity will take them out of
a negative situation. They often end
up in an even worst situation, such as
being incarcerated.
Lately with our economic situation
being of very serious concern, there
are more people struggling than at
any time most of us can remember.
This is a period of time when quite a
few of our country's most needy citi-
zens could definitely use a helping
hand.
During these days of struggle for so
many of our citizens, there are some
in our population who have been able
to be highly successful financially.
They have been blessed to not have to
worry about paying their bills, or
some of the other types of stress so
many face these days. Wouldn't it be


great if some of these blessed folks
Would consider helping some of those
who can barely survive during these
'challenging times?
I'm not speaking of those who
refuse to help themselves and make
no attempt to improve their lives. I'm
speaking of those who are doing their
best to take care of their responsibili-
ties, but have a tough time doing so. It
could be a neighbor, family member,
friend. or co-worker you have
observed doing their best to make
ends meet, while living -a clean,
respectable life.
There are many hard-working,
proud individuals who feel that ask-


ing for help is beneath them. But it
you are an observant person who
cares about others, you can find a
way to help others in a quiet, humble
way that doesn't threaten their digni-
ty. A person in need can feel your sin-
cerity.
An important factor to a person or
family struggling to make ends meet
is, the lack of financial planning.
Many adults were, not told at an early
age about the importance of saving,
living within their means and not try-
ing to "keep up with the Joneses."
Early financial management has
allowed some of our citizens with
medium or low incomes to live com-
fortably, because the have learned the
importance of balancing their check-
books and not living beyond their
means.
Just as preventative health activi-
ties can keep us healthier, and can
keep us from taking medicines in
some cases, financial planning and
discipline can keep many people
from stressful, depleted financial sit-
uations that become uncontrollable.
Despite our financial woes, the
United States of America is still con-
sidered the greatest country on earth.
We are known throughout the world
for having some of the most wealthy,
talented, knowledgeable and suc-
cessful citizens in the world. Why
not add to these accolades that we are
also among the most, if not the most,
compassionate people' who are part
of the human race. Of course, we
must keep in mind that old saying,
"actions speak louder than words."


Partners for Pets has
these pets, and many other
great cats and dogs, waiting
to be adopted.
You can meet them in
person, at the shelter, locat-
ed at 4011 Maintenance
Dr., in Marianna. You may
also call 482-4570 for more
information or visit
www.partnersforpets.petfin
der.com
We are a non-profit, no-
kill shelter and would
gratefully appreciate mone-
tary donations and/or cat
litter and bleach.


Cash is a seven week old
male wire-haired terrier
mix. - Mark Skinner
/Floridan


Trickster is a male mixed-breed between 1 and 2 years-
old. - Mark Skinner /Floridan


Carrs

welcome

a son

Chad and Dawn Carr
announce the birth of their
son, Caden Ryan Carr,
born Sept. 2, 2009, 7:40
p.m. at Flowers Hospital
in Dothan, Ala.
Caden weighed 11
pounds 6 ounces at birth
and was 23 inches tall.
Mother and baby are
doing fine.
Mother is recuperating
from the C section at .
home.
The paternal grandpar-
ents are Bennie and Marty
Carr.
The maternal grandpar-
ents are Donald Bland and
Nell Bland.
Paternal great-grandpar-
ents are Auglee and the
late Lillian Tharp, and the
late William and Doris parents are,
Carr. Ruth Bland,
Maternal great-grand- the late Rall


Caden Ryan Carr
Leonard and The
and' Edna and great-g
)h Banks. Ossie 1


paternal great-
randmother is
Iae Heaton.


Brody Michael and Chase Lee Guy

Brody Michael and Chase Lee Guy


Guy family

welcomes twins
Mike and Leigh Guy and big sister
Ava of Marianna announce the birth of
twins born Aug. 20, 2009, at Gulf Coast
Medical Center in Panama City. Brody
Michael was born at 1:04 p.m., weigh-.
ing 5 pounds 3 ounces and measuring
18 inches in length. Chase Lee was born


at 1:17 p.m., weighing 6 pounds 11
ounces and measuring 19 3/4 inches in
length..
Maternal grandparents are David and
Pam Amrnette of Marianna, and paternal
grandparents are Vanessa and William
Goforth of Parish, and Herman Guy .of
Marianna.
Great-grandparents are Verna Burch
and the late Roy Burch of Port St. Joe,
Donna Arnette of Pensacola and the late
Bill Arnette of Jay, Pal Guy of Marianna
and Sam West of Marianna.


Reed to

celebrate,

third

birthday
Parents Michael
Terrell Reed and
Semona Donaldson of
Greenwood are happy to
announce the third birth-
day celebration of Pious
Amarious Reed on Sept.
30, 2009.
Grandparents are
Patricia A. Wilson of
Sneads, Michael Reed of
Grand Ridge, and Harry
Donaldson of Marianna.
Pious enjoys playing
with his puppy and


spending time with sis-
ter, Na'kayla A.
Harmon.
He. will celebrate his
birthday with his family
and friends at Kidz
Kastle in Dothan, Ala.


Guy

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2 on July 17, 2009. She is
the daughter of Mike and
Leigh Guy of Marianna.
Grandparents are David
and Pam Arnette of
Marianna, Vanessa and
William Goforth of Parish,
and Herman Guy of
Marianna.
Great-grandparents are
Verna Burch and the late
Roy Burch of Port St. Joe,
Donna Arnette of
Pensacola and the late Bill
Arnette of Jay, Pal Guy of
Marianna and Sam West of
Marianna.
Ava celebrated with fam-
ily and friends on July 18,
with a "Minnie Mouse"-
themed party at her home.


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birthday ,on Sept. 14, 2009.
He is the son of Chris and
Shannon Tolley of Cypress.
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Jones of Grand Ridge, Ken
Jones of North Carolina, and
the late J.R. Tolley and
Thelma . Tolley of
Blountstown.
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was held Sept. 19, at the new
park in Grand Ridge. Many
friends and family members
celebrated with Ethan,
including his best friends,
Jonathon and Dylan.
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date as his cousin, Maddox
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County ordinance
created POA
Dear editor,


In continuing the dialogue
oh Compass Lake in the
Hills, and in deference to the
county attorney, I bought my
house and property without
full knowledge of the
Property Owners
Association's voting struc-
ture.
The POA had its' voting
entitlements mandated within
the very confusing County
Ordinance(84-7) that co-cre-
ated the Municipal Services
Taxing Unit. The premise
that Frank Baker takes is that
the "county really has no
right to interfere" and that
"the government does not
have a role in how the entity
governs itself."
I take offense to this posi-
tion as this public ordinance
states rather plainly that the
voting entitlements for the
POA "shall be" one lot, one
vote.
This type of voting is typi-
cal of private corporations
and their need to sell stock
or shares in the company. It
is not typical of government
laws to name a private com-
pany within a public docu-
ment like the MSTU, nor is
it typical to assure a develop-


er the perpetual right of
financial control by naming
his company's voting struc-
ture in such a document.
I applaud the county com-
mission for taking the time
to re-address this very
important governmental
issue, and look forward to
working with the local resi-
dent/citizens in re-develop-
ing Compass Lake in the
Hills as a model governmen-
tal entity that will assure
equal rights to all citizens.
Jim Cowart
Compass Lake
Rate increase
unnecessary
Dear editor,
I am writing in response to
the article in the Sept. 22
paper. FPU's claim that they
were under-charging in 2009
by approximately $1.7 mil-
lion is so not true. I am send-
ing in my October 2009 light
bill to prove it.
The one word they left off.
in the article was "whole-
sale" in front of their power
cost adjustment. They have
been getting their money in
"2009."
I hope they do not get their
increase of 13.8 percent for
2010. because it is hard


enough with the power cost
adjustment they have on
there now (and which they,
say is not).
Lori Ann Opper
Grand Ridge
A kind, loving
community
Dear editor,
I just want to take this
opportunity to thank the
angel who found me on the
dirt road after my wreck. I
would also like to thank the
paramedics who worked so
hard getting me life-flighted
to Bay Medical.
Then, to all the Jackson
County folks who set up the
account, put on the'fish fry -
and the Boston butt sale,
many loving thank-yous to
each of you for all your hard
- work and love.
I also want tothank the
many folks who took time
out of their busy lives to
come see me at Bay Medical
and Rehab.
It just touched my heart to
receive all the cards, flowers
and well-wishes and the
many prayers. Thank you
from the bottom of my heart.
It just brings tears to my
eyes thinking about all the
wonderful people in Jackson


County and what gracious
hearts they have.
To all my many friends
and the people we didn't
even know who helped out
with everything, we want to
say thank you from the bot-
tom of our hearts. My hus-
band and I want to thank
everyone for their prayers,
well-wishes, donations and
hard work.
Jackson County has some
wonderful people. It's time
to see some of the good in
our fellow men instead of the
bad. I'm so proud to live in
our loving town.
As I am healing at my sis-
ter's, there is a crew of men
working so hard on our
house so I can come home
and recover. We can't thank
them enough. And to the
strong women who came in
my house and cleaned it, I
can't thank you enough.
Chipola River Rat's, and
folks of Jackson County, we
will cherish your friendship
and all your love and hard
work for a lifetime. We
thank you all for your giving
hearts and love. Keep those
prayers coming. We love you
all.
May God bless you.
Sheila and Shorty Haves, and
the Johns family
Marianna


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Jackson County Christmas Fund kicks off


Referral dates

announced,

donations needed
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Jackson County Christmas Fund is
kicking off its 28th year of fundraising
endeavors, in order to provide assistance
to many local residents this upcoming hol-
iday season.
The organization has set its 2009 fund
raising goal for $15,000 with high expec-
tations of reaching that goal.
Formed in 1981, the Jackson County
Christmas Fund is a non-profit organiza-
tion that provides food, toys and clothing
for families needing help at Christmas and


coordinates Christmas activities through-
out the county.
The Christmas Fund Committee over-
sees Jackson County's Christmas activi-
ties, in order to eliminate duplication of
services provided by other organizations.
The committee requests that other organi-
zations join its efforts to spread Christmas
cheer to as many Jackson County families
as possible by contacting them, if they
plan on providing assistance to local chil-
-dren, families or senior citizens this
Christmas.
The Jackson County Christmas Fund
provides Christmas for foster children and
eligible senior citizens through the Adopt-
A-Foster Child/Senior program. In addi-
tion, food and toy coupons are purchased
with donations, to help supplement
Christmas for working families, single
parents attending school or working and
families with special needs. Coupons are


awarded to eligible families, to help pur-
chase food for the holidays and gifts for
their children from local participating
merchants.
Christmas Activities Project
Coordinator Bonnie Williams reports that
the Christmas Fund is anticipating a huge
response to this year's fundraising activi-
ties, and feels confident they will reach
their $15,000 goal, even though they were
short of that goal last year.
"With the economy being like it is, and
some people not even being able to heat
and cool their homes, we do expect more
applications and requests for assistance
this year than we had last year, Williams
said.
"We invite all Jackson County business-
es, organizations and residents to join us in
our fundraising efforts in providing this
needed service to our hometown folks by
making a contribution.


If everyone in Jackson County would
just donate the cost of a soda, we would be
able to spread the spirit of Christmas
throughout our community to everyone
needing assistance and help make a differ-
ence in the lives of those needing to know
that someone cares this holiday season."
This year's referrals will be taken by
phone. Individuals in need of assistance
should call the Jackson County Christmas
Fund phone line at 557-2976, between
Oct. 1 and Oct. 17.
Deadline for referrals is Oct. 17, and
deadline for applications to be received by
the Christmas Fund Committee is Oct..28.
Anyone interested in this year's Jackson
County Christmas Fund project or need-
ing more information can call the phone
line. Donations will be appreciated and
can be mailed to Jackson County
Christmas Fund, P.O. Box 99, Marianna,
FL 32447.


Workforce programs open at Chipola


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Chipola College offers a number of
Workforce Development programs to
prepare students for good-paying jobs
in the area. Students are encouraged
to complete the registration process
immediately and to call the program
instructor for a seat in the program.
Cosmetology and Automotive
Technology programs usually fill to
capacity with waiting lists. Many
other programs feature open-enroll-
ment, which allows students to enroll
whenever the college is in session.
"All programs offer valuable indus-
try certification throughout the pro-
gram and upon completion which
will enhance employment and career
advancement. Placement rates for all
workforce programs are excellent,"
said Bud Riviere, dean of Workforce
Development programs.
All programs are equipped with the


latest technology and equipment
which assures students of realistic
training according to industry stan-
dards.
Workforce Development
Certificate programs, include:
Automotive Service . Technology,
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA),
Computer Systems Technology,
Correctional Officer, Cosmetology,
Corrections, Firefighting and Law
Enforcement.
, Chipola offers more than a dozen
Associate in Science (AS) degrees,
which provide professional training
associated with specific careers.
These include: Business
Administration, Computer
Engineering Technology, Computer
Information Technology, Criminal
Justice Technology (Corrections/Law
Enforcement and Crime Scene
Investigation), Culinary
Management, Early Childhood


Education, Fire Science Technology,
Networking Services Technology,
Nursing (RN and LPN) and
Recreation Technology. One
Associate in Applied-Science (AAS)
Degree program in Criminal Justice
Technology is available.
Three College Credit Certificate
programs are offered in Child Care
Center Management, Emergency
Medical Technician (EMT) and
Paramedic.
A variety of continuing education
programs are available on campus in
areas ranging from Child Care to
Real Estate. Through partnerships
with www.ed2go.com and www.gat-
lineducation.com, Chipola offers
online courses in courses such as
health care, internet graphics/web
design, business and law.
For information, call the
Admission and Records office at 718-
2311, or visit www.chipola.edu.


Girl Scouts kickoff annual Fall Product sale


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Girl Scout Council
of the Florida Panhandle's
(GSCFP) annual Fall
Product sale is now under
way. Girl Scouts from
across the 19 counties of
the Panhandle are taking
pre-orders through Oct. 12;
delicious nuts and candy
products are available for
purchase through Nov. 13.
The Fall Product pro-
gram is an important part
of Girl Scouting. Just like
Girl Scout Cookies, the
Fall Product sale is a litera-
cy program that teaches
girls about the world of
business including: setting
and achieving goals, and
working 'as a team.
"The Fall Product pro-


gram is an excellent oppor-
tunity for girls to learn
financial responsibility as
well as how to plan, set
goals, manage finances,
and provide customer serv-,
ice," said Raslean M.
Allen, CEO of GSCFP.
The money earned
through the Fall Product
program benefits individual
troops as well as the
Council. Each item a troop
sells earns a profit for their
troop, which further teach-
es girls how to plan and
save money. Each item sold
also earns money for the
Council. They money is
used to support the mission
of Girl Scouting through
programs for girls,
Camperships, and opportu-
nity grants which ensure


that Girl Scouts is available
to all girls.
This year's nuts and
candy lineup includes:
Mint Meltaways in a com-
memorative Girl Scout
Reflections Tin, Caramel
Treasures in a commemo-
rative Holiday Snowman
Tin, Peanut Butter Dreams,
Deluxe Pecan Clusters
Chocolate Covered
Peanuts, Chocolate
Covered Almonds,
Chocolate Covered
Raisins, Whole Cashews,
Pistachios, Fruit Slices,
Cranberry Nut Mix, and
Hot Cajun Crunch.
In addition to selling nuts
and candy, girls have the
opportunity to participate.
in the QSP Time Inc. pro-,
gram. Through this pro-


gram girls earn money for
their troop by selling maga-
zine subscriptions and
renewals, often with sav-
ings up to 85 percent off
newsstand prices.
The Girl Scout Council
of the Florida Panhandle
invites girls from kinder-
garten to 12th grade to join
the adventure and empower
themselves through
courage, confidence and
character, to make the
world a better place.
Currently, the Council
serves 7,150 girls and
2,400 volunteers across 19
counties of the Florida
Panhandle. To volunteer or
join Girl Scouts, contact
the local Council office at
850-386-2131, or visit
www.gscfp.org.


"Nine Patch" is the Jackson County Quilters' Guild
Block of the Month for September. To receive
instructions on how to make this block, send a self-
addressed stamped envelope to Jackson County
Quilters' Guild, P.O. Box 6121, Marianna, FL
32447. - Contributed photo



Home school families

head to the beach


Melinda Sherrill is

Chipola employee.

of the month

Melinda Sherrill, center, accepts the
September Chipola College Career
Employee of the Month award from
Chipola president Dr. Gene' Prough,
left, and Dr. Jayne Roberts.
Sherrill serves as Department Associate
in the Chipola Financial Aid Office.
She has worked at the college since
1997.

- Contributed photo


Pilot Club news


Dorothy Chaney, left, and Pilot Club of Marianna Inc. President Judy Lanier,
right, welcome guest speaker Melissa Boyette. The Pilot Club recently had its
program meeting, when Boyette discussed the services she and her sister,
Missy Boyette, provide in their after-school program. - Contributed photo


MHS grads
selected as
members of
The Pride at
Southern Miss
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Two Marianna students
were selected as members
of The Pride of Mississippi
Marching Band for the
2009-10 academic year at
The University of Southern
Mississippi.
Mandy Deese is a junior
music major and the daugh-
ter of Max and Jan Deese.
Arielle Bateman is a jun-
ior English major and the
daughter of Harold and Kim
Bateman.
Since its founding in
1920. the band has evolved
into a nationally renowned
university marching band.
The band performs at all
home football games, sever-
al away games, post-season
bowl game, and high school
marching band contests and
festivals during the fall
semester.
Southern Miss is located
in Hattiesburg, Miss., with
an additional campus and
teaching and research sites
on the Mississippi Gulf
Coast; further information
is found at www.usm.edu.


Members of the Chipola Home Educators home school
program enjoy a feld trip Thursday. The Edwards,
Hayes, Bagy and McArthur families ventured to
Panama City Beach for swimming, collecting sea shells
and a picnic lunch. Afterwards, the group stopped by
Rock'It Lanes for skating and arcade games. For more
information about home schooling or CHE, visit
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BY JEFF HOUCK
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TAMPA - Nathan Lippy slips
quietly between the picnic tables
jammed together in Jimbo's Pit
Bar B-Q on Kennedy Boulevard.
Or, as quietly as Lippy can
from a visual standpoint. His
python boots, ripped jeans,
metallic van-shaped belt buckle,
vest, and sleeveless blue T-shirt
prompt several in the lunchtime
crowd to crane their necks for a
better look.
Perhaps they're ogling the
enormous tattoo of a crucifix
wrapped in dove's wings on his
right shoulder. Still, Lippy is
going relatively incognito today.
He's wearing a straw hat that
conceals a platinum Mohawk that
looks as if a volcano is flowing
peroxide lava through the middle
of his dark brown locks.
Seventeen seconds after he
reaches a table in the back of the
restaurant, a young waitress in a
red-checked shirt appears at his
side.
"I like your style," she blurts
out immediately, bypassing the
drink order and introductions.
"Thanks," Lippy says. A rosy-
cheeked smile hits his face. "I
like your blouse."
"Thanks."
"What's your name?"
"Jocelyn."
"Hi, Jocelyn, I'm Nate."
They shake hands. She giggles.
Still no drink query.
"Are you a rock star?" she
asks. "People in the back thought
you were a rock star."
"No, I'm a chef."
"Really? That's cool. Can I get
you something to drink?"
He takes her reaction in stride.
"That sort of thing never hap-
pens in New York," he says.
The home-schooled 28-year-
old from Brandon spent years in
the big city working at restau-
rants and playing in bands after
graduating from culinary school.
He came back to Tampa to be
closer to family and to launch


what he hopes will be a multime- �
dia career as an influential food
star.
"They aren't used to seeing
guys like me," he says of the din-
ing room's reaction to him.
"Better yet, people are not used
to eating the kind of food I make.
"They're like, 'This is not
right. You've got a Mohawk.
Why are you cooking me this
delicious food?' Which is great.
I've kind of become the under-
dog. The unlikely candidate,
which is fun."
Look out, world. Here comes
Nate Lippy, the rock 'n' roll chef.
Lippy belongs to a new gener-
ation of young cooks who grew
up watching Food Network the
same way previous generations
watched Sesame Street.
They've observed as Emeril
Lagasse and Martha Stewart
crossed over from the ghetto of
food celebrity to pop culture
icon-hood.
They're also part of a wave that
for the past decade has flooded
culinary schools with students in
search of lucrative restaurant
careers and possible fame.
But they're also choosing
untraditional paths to achieve
notoriety. Unlike Emeril, who
became famous after owning his
own restaurant, or Julia Child,
who gained international atten-
tion after writing a groundbreak-
ing cookbook, wannabe food
stars are using alternative media
to promote themselves.
Fueling the change is a redirec-
tion by Food Network, which in
the past decade has begun show-
casing stars less classically
trained but more entertaining to
watch.
By the late 1990s, the fledgling
network was attracting connois-
seurs and gourmands but missing
pressed-for-time moms, says
Michael Smith, senior vice presi-
dent of marketing and creative
services.
In mid-2000, "Today" show
weather anchor Al Roker sug-
gested the network take a look at


an energetic young woman teach-
ing cooking classes at a grocery
store in Albany, N.Y. Her name:
Rachael Ray.
"The lesson then was if we're
going for ordinary home cooks,
then it could be anyone, not nec-
essarily a cookbook author or' a
restaurant chef," Smith says.
Since then, the network has
moved cooking instruction to
morning hours and become more
entertainment oriented in the
evenings. That has brought new
opportunities for people like cake
artist Duff Goldman ("Ace of
Cakes") and spawned the talent
search "Next Food Network
Star," which introduced popular
newcomers Guy Fieri and Aaron
McCargo.
"The key is the onscreen per-
sonality," Smith says. "You have
to bring yourself to the screen.
It's not about being classically
trained necessarily. It's about
being someone a viewer wants to
hang out with."
As nonfood networks like
Bravo, Fox, NBC and Travel
Channel broadened their pro-
gramming to tap the appetite for
food as entertainment, new tools
emerged for affordable self-pro-
motion.
For Lippy, that meant being
able to bypass running a restau-
rant or writing a cookbook in
favor of taping cooking
"webisodes" that showcase his
personality and food. online at
NathanLippy.com.
A considerable amount of time
is spent in multimedia produc-
tion. -He networks with fans on
Facebook. He posts abbreviated
recipes for the more than 1,300
followers of his
ChefNathanLippy account on
Twitter. He uploads photos of his
cooking demonstrations to
Twitpic. He blogs about his latest
spots on TV shows.
"I feel some strange sense of
masculinity when I get behind a
smoking ' hot grill with some ban-
gin' ingredients," he wrote of a
recent appearance on the syndi-


cated "Daytime" program. "It's
so COOL!"
Lippy's raw star appeal and his
use of technology attracted the
attention of New York city-based
entertainment producer Steve
Ship, whose company Doghouse
Management guides the careers
of Food Network host Ingrid
Hoffman and "Top Chef' season
four winner Stephanie Izard.
Ship, a one-time music manag-
er and current producer of Lucha
Libre Mexican wrestling events,
found Lippy after a friend, finan-
cial adviser Darren Kipnis of
Tampa, pointed him to the young
chef's Web site. Kipnis knows
Lippy's father, YMCA chaplain
Jay Lippy, who bragged about his
son's cooking.
Last year, Ship and a business
partner formed a company with
Lippy, Make Him Stop LLC, and
assembled a supporting cast to
groom his career, including
Kipnis' wife, publicist Nancy, to
guide his public appearances.
Earlier this year, Lippy was
signed by the talent agency
International Creative
Management, which has offices
in Los Angeles, New York and
London and represents such
entertainers as Samuel L.
Jackson,. Megan Fox and
Beyonce Knowles as well as food
celebrities Ina Garten and Curtis
Stone.
"I usually have a gut reaction
within the first few seconds of
meeting someone about whether
I think they're viable," Ship says.
"With Nate, I sensed his passion
for cooking, his love for food and
his desire to communicate and
teach."
Part of Ship's role is to intro-
duce the budding star to his vari-
ous entertainment connections.
Ship was especially impressed
during a dinner party he held in
New York City, during which
Lippy cooked.
"I wanted to see how he would
interact with a group and cook
under pressure and see if the pas-
sion and charisma we were see-


ing would come across in that cir-
cumstance," Ship says.
His one bit of advice: Not to
make anything Lippy hadn't
made before. Lippy responded in
true rock 'n' roll fashion.
"I found out later he didn't lis-
ten to me," Ship says.
The first dish was a brand new
one, a Brussels sprout soup with
a truffle oil. It was a hit and Ship
was sold.
Lippy decided he wanted to
live near his family in Brandon. It
was a move that Ship supported.
"It's a very good market for him
to learn his craft," Ship says. "It's
harder to get things started in
New York and L.A."
Along the way during the past
year, the group has worked to
polish Lippy's performance
("Wear a shirt under the sleeve-
less chef coat," Kipnis said.
"Nobody likes armpit hair.") and
focus his food message on his
various media.
The rock 'n' roll angle is aimed
at an untapped younger demo-
graphic that doesn't cook -
something Lippy hopes to change
by touring colleges a la rock star.
But his message is reaching
groups who might not immedi-
ately spring to mind when the
attraction is a Mohawk-endowed
chef.
Earlier this summer, Lippy
flew to Mississippi to cook for
the owners of Viking Range
Corp., manufacturer of profes-
sional cooking appliances, and
their top 50 customers.
"I was a little bit nervous about
that," Ship admits. "It was a
much older demographic and
there were a lot of Mississippi
blue-hair women in the audience.
I knew they would love his food
but I didn't know how they would
react to him."
The worry was unfounded. By
the end of the night, a woman
who Ship estimated to be in her
late 70s asked Lippy for a picture
and then goosed his butt.
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -
Tennessee authorities have
arrested the mother of a
woman who was baby-sit-
'ting a Florida girl when she
disappeared several months
ago.
The Tennessean reports
that Nashville police and
Tennessee Buieau , of
Investigation agents arrest-
ed Lisa Croslin on a fugi-
tive-from-justice warrant
on Thursday. She was
wanted by Florida authori-
ties on forgery and theft
charges.
Croslin is the mother of
Misty Croslin-Cummings,
who police say was the last
person to see Haleigh
Cummings, now 6, when
she disappeared Feb. 10
from a mobile home in
Putnam County, Fla.
At the time of the disap-
pearance, Misty Croslin
was the girlfriend of
Cummings' father. They
married about a month after
Haleigh's disappearance.
The Gainesville Sun
reported Saturday that
authorities in Putnam
County are looking for a
woman who dropped off a
letter at the sheriff's office
that allegedly has informa-
tion about Haleigh.
Authorities would not
reveal the letter's contents
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helpful."
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1 killed, 2 hurt in
Palm Beach
County stabbing

LAKE WORTH - Palm
Beach County authorities
say one man was killed and
two men were injured in a
stabbing in Lake Worth.
According to a news
release, deputies were
called to the scene early
Saturday morning and dis-
covered the three victims.
One man, 19-year-old
Manuel Diaz, was taken to
Delray Medical Center,
where he underwent sur-
gery. Another man, 19-
year-old Santiago Diaz,
was treated at the scene for
a lacerated right finger. The
third victim, 30-year-old
Ramon Baltazar, was dead
on the scene.
Authorities say the inci-
dent appears to be gang
related.
The Palm Beach County
Violent Crimes Task Force
is investigating.

Police say MySpace
connection
ends in crime

BOYNTON BEACH -
Investigators say an online
chat led to a robbery in
Boynton Beach.
According to a police
report, a man told authori-
ties that he called a woman


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MySpace.com. The man
picked up the woman
Friday night, and the two
drove around the area.
The woman asked the
man if he could also give
her friend a ride, and the
man agreed. The pair
picked up the male friend,
who got in the back seat of
the car.
The male passenger
eventually pulled out a
handgun. Other men then
approached the .car and
ordered the victim out. The
victim, was reportedly
robbed of his wallet, keys,
cell phone and pants.

Collier County
deputies locate
missing boy

GOLDEN GATE -
Authorities in Collier
County have tracked down
an 11-year-old Golden
Gate boy who went missing
Friday.
According to a news
release, Isslet Marcus
Almonor was located
Saturday morning.
Deputies had been
searching for the child,
who was last seen Friday
night. His mother dropped
him off at the Golden Gate
Community Center at 6:15
p.m. and returned to pick
him up about two hours
later. But Almonor was no
longer at the center when
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Testim ony Continued From Page 1A

twice during that time.
Ross also testified that the Nextel
network is a self-contained system
and essentially unique, in that it does-
n't share towers'with other networks.
The defense asserts that false "roam- .
ing" information could account for
the tower reading.
The' prosecutor on Friday also
played V two taped statements
Williams gave police early in the
investigation. In those, he denied hav-
ing made multiple calls to Baker that

he cadled her cell or house phone nine
times, starting at just before 1 a.m.
and ending at 2:26 a.m.
This was,moments before Baker's
neighbors heard suspicious noises
next door, they testified Thursday.
The last call and the one before it,
at 1:35 a.m, both utilized a Nextel
tower near Baker's home. The nine
calls varied in length from five sec-
onds to around nine minutes: Jackson County Sheriff Lou Roberts testifies about the measuring of the duct
While experts dominated Friday tape used in the murder of Amarion, Ahmaad and Aaron Baker. - Mark
afternoon's testimony, local law Skinner / Floridan
enforcement started the day.
Jackson County Sheriff Lou lack of emotion on being told of the could help investigators as they tried
Roberts was chief of police in deaths, echoing statements Roberts to sort out the crime.
Marianna when the killings occurred, and a victim's advocate made on Prosecutor Larry B-asford has at
and Virgil Watson, who works for Thursday. least one more crime scene expert to
him now at the sheriff's office, was a Defense attorney Walter Smith call when the trial resumes at 9 a.m.
Marianna police officer and the case challenged that observation, recalling Monday, and could conclude his pre-
agent in the multiple homicide.- Roberts' testimony that he had in fact sentations that day.
Both noted Williams' seeming asked Williams to be strong so that he Sfnith will take over from there.


D ies Continued From Page 1A


remained in the Jackson
County jail as of Friday
afternoon.
The three Marianna men
were arrested Sept. 17, two
days after Delk was
attacked outside his resi-
dence.
According to an earlier


press release from the
Cottondale Police
Department, Delk was
approached as he got out of
his vehicle at his' home
sometime between 1 and 3
a.m. Sept. 15.
An altercation ensued,
and the victim was severely


beaten, according to police.
The assailants took Delk's
wallet and left.
Delk tried to go inside
his home to call for help,
but couldn't find his keys,
police reported. He then
blew his car horn until a
neighbor awoke and found'


him slumped over the steer-
ing wheel. Watford said
Friday that Delk lived
alone and was retired from
the military. He and his
wife, who died some time
ago, have several children,
all of whom are now adults,
and some live in the area. ,


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

Alfred
Matthew Delk



Alfred Matthew Delk, 76,
of Cottondale went to be
with the Lord on Thursday,
Sept. 24, 2009, in Southeast
Alabama Medical Center.
Mr. Delk was raised in
the Providence of Hatties-
burg, Miss., the son of the
late Jonah and Emma Delk
and was a member of the
Baptist church. He was a.
proud veteran and had
served his country in the
Marine Corp for 20 years.
He was a member of Amer-
ican Veterans Post 231.
He was preceded in
death by his loving wife,
Betty Lou Delk; and daugh-
ter Robin Delk.
Survivors include sons,
Clifford G. Delk, Monroe-
ville, Ala., and Glenn Delk
of Cottondale; daughters,
Charlene Delk Dilmore and
husband James, of Cotton-
dale, and Lynn Delk Barber
and husband Alan, of
Southport; grandchildren,
Johnathan Barber and wife
Ann, of Chipley, Kristy Dil-
more of Cottondale, Amber
Delk of Tennessee, Jed
Delk of Chipley, Rachel
Bairber of Cottondale, Mat-
thew Dilmore of Pensacola
and Michelle Thomas;
great - grandchildren,
Dustin, Sierra, Bryce, Mi-
chala, Tristen, Aiden, Dy-
lan and Thomas; and a host
of nieces and nephews.
Services begin Tuesday,
Sept. 29, at 10 a.m. in the
Marianna Chapel Funeral
Home, Pam Dilmore offi-
ciating. Interment will fol-
low in the Cottondale First
Baptist Church Cemetery
with full military honors.
The family will receive
friends Monday, Sept. 28, 6
to 8 p.m. in the Marianna
Chapel funeral Home.
Contributions may be
made to American Veter-
ans Post 231, P.O. Box 437,
Fountain, FL 32438.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements. Expressions of
sympathy for the family
may be submitted online at
wviwv,.mariannachapelflh.com.


Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St
Marianna, FL 32446
526-5059
mariannachapelfl.com
Jerry Lamar
Morris
Jerry Lamar Morris, 51, of
Youngstown, passed away
on Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2009.
Mr. Morris was born on
Aug. 15, 1958 in Valdosta,
Ga., and spent most of his
lifetime in Bay County. He
attended Church of, Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints,
was a' talented musician
and enjoyed fishing.
Mr. Morris was preceded
in death by his maternal
grandfather, Clarence Cle-
ments; his paternal grand-
parents Burris "Base" and
Betty Morris; and cousin
Scotty Scott.
Mr. Morris is survived by
his mother, Louise Broxton
and stepfather Wilmer, of"
Compass Lake; father
Wayne Morris,, of Panama
City; four sons, Jerry
Wayne Morris, of Gaines-
ville, Aaron Morris, of Pan-
ama City, Joshua Morris, of
Panama City, and Robbie
Morris, of Corpus Christi,
Texas; one daughter, Kerri
Morris also of Corpus
Christi; two sisters, Louise
Denese Deal and husband
Steven of Dothan, Ala., and
Janet Webb and husband
Robert of Youngstown; and
numerous nieces and
nephews.
Services for Mr. Morris
will be held at 10 a.m.
Monday, Sept. 28, in the
Marianna Chapel Funeral
Home with Bishop Russell
Hallett officiating. Inter-
mnent will follow in the
Compass Lake Cemetery.
The family will receive
friends Sunday, Sept. 27 , 4
to 6 p.m. in the Marianna
Chapel Funeral Home.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements. Expressions of
sympathy for the family
may be submitted online
at mviv.mariannachapelfh.com.


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SPORTS I


Bulldogs


Bowers powers MHS
to dramatic overtime
win over Walton 37-30
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Marianna Bulldogs took a dramatic
37-30 overtime victory over the Walton
Braves Friday night in Marianna to keep
alive their dreams of a district title.
RJ Bowers scored a 30-yard touchdown
with 27 seconds left in regulation and then
scored the two-point conversion to tie the
game at 30-30.
A 1-yard TD run by Fidel Montgomery
on the first series of overtime put MHS up
by a score, then Marjean Dean sealed the
game by intercepting a Liam Miller pass
on Walton's first play of overtime.
Marianna moves to 3-1 overall with the
win and 1-0 in district play.
"Obviously, it's a huge win," Marianna
coach Steve DeWitt said after the game.
"The goal of the team is to win the district,
so this keeps that in order for us.
"This could've been a big setback for
us, not just for our goal to win the district,
but I'm not sure how. the kids would've
responded to it if we'd lost."
The Bulldogs were uneven in their first
two non-district wins over Cottondale and
Graceville before falling at home to Bay
last week.
It appeared late as though Marianna's
hopes of even making the playoffs were
about to take a hit.
Walton led 27-22 facing a fourth down
with the ball at the MHS 4-yard line, and
decided to kick a field goal to go up by
eight with 1:32 left in the game.
The Bulldogs started their final drive of
regulation at their own 32-yard line with
1:28 on the clock.
Five plays and a personal foul penalty


Harrison


's


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
COTTONDALE - FAMU's
Delmus Harrison scored four touch-
downs Friday night to lead the Baby
Rattlers to a 39-16 win over the
Cottondale Hornets.
Jordan Stanley also chipped in
with 139 yards rushing on 18 car-
ries and a touchdown for FAMU,
which picked up its first win of the
season and improved to 1-0 in dis-
trict play.
The Hornets fell to 0-4 with the
loss and 0-1 in district.
The game was the district opener
for both teams.
FAMU struck first on a.20-yard
TD run by Harrison on the Baby
Rattlers' fourth play of the game to
go up 7-0.
The Hornets found the answer
after capitalizing on a FAMU mis-
cue.
A muffed punt at the Baby
Rattlers' 36-yard line was recovered
by Cottondale's Lonnie Johnson.
Two plays later, Nick Jackson
reached the endzone on a brilliant
16-yard run with 7:56 on the first
quarter clock.'


SUNDAY




break through


Marianna's Fidel Montgomery (15) is swarmed under by' a trio of Walton Braves defenders during Friday night's game in
Marianna. The Bulldogs won the game 37-30 in overtime. Montgomery scored three touchdowns in the win. - Mark
Skinner/Floridan


on Walton later, Bowers found the end- DeWitt said. "He just has that will to win,
zone off the right side to bring the the will to score. He wants the football.
Bulldogs to within two. "He's such an even-keeled kid. He does-
On the two-point play, Bowers appeared n't get down on himself or anyone else. He
to be stopped short of the goal line, but the just has a focus to get the job done and
senior's second effort got him across the that's what he did."
plain to tie it up. Bowers finished with 149 yards on 19
"RJ...I can't even explain that kid," carries.


4 TDs lead FAMU past CHS


Jackson found the endzone again
on the two-point conversion to put
the Hornets up 8-7.
It took FAMU just two plays to
strike again, with Stanley's 43-yard
rush setting up a 14-yard TD run by
Harrison for a 13-8 advantage.
Later in the quarter, the Hornets
had a chance to regain the lead after
a 27-yard punt return by Jackson set
CHS up at the FAMU 41-yard line.
. Facing a 4th-and-12 from the
FAMU 15-yard line, Jackson found
Dominique Webb on a beautiful
post corner rout for a touchdown.
Unfortunately for the 'Hornets,
the score was negated by a holding
penalty and the drive stalled.
The Baby Rattlers took advan-
tage with.a five-play, 66-yard scor-
ing drive capped off by Harrison's
third TD run of the day from 4
yards out.
Harrison's fourth rushing TD of
the game with 3:53 left in the half
put FAMU up 27-8.
Cottondale kept contact in the
third quarter with an impressive 12-
play, 90-yard scoring drive that ate
up the final 6:36 of the period.
See CHS, Page 3B >


Cottondale running back Dominique Webb runs with the,
football during a game against the FAMU Baby Rattlers
Friday night in Cottondale. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


Montgomery rushed for three TDs from
the QB position and gained 88 yards on 16
carries.
Tre Jackson also rushed for 74 yards and
a touchdown on seven tries.
Miller was valiant in defeat for the
See BULLDOGS, Page 3B l


.MHS JV gets

first victory
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Marianna Bulldogs junior
varsity picked up their first-win of
the season Thursday night, taking
a 12-6 road win over Chipley.
The Bulldogs (1-2) won with
the. help of an Anthony Speights
punt return touchdown, which
broke up a 6-6 tie in the third
quarter.
Marianna's other score came
off of a fumble return touchdown
by Chris Beavers in the first quar-
ter.
Marianna coach Ray Lawson
said he was very pleased with the
effort of his team, which was shut
out of its first two games.
"I thought we were much-
impr6ved," the coach said. "We
looked a lot better. We've still got
to improve on offense.
"At halftime, we switched
some things up on offense and
had a little bit of success, but
we'Ve still got some work to do
See JV, Page 4B ,


Graceville rolls past Franklin County 26-0 for first victory


Graceville's Derae Laster (4) tries to avoid the tackle of Marianna's
Marjean Dean in a game Sept. 11 in Graceville. -Floridan File Photo


By DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Graceville Tigers picked
up their first win of the season
Friday night, blanking the
Franklin County Seahawks 26-
0 in Eastpoint.
The Tigers rushed for 285
yards as a team, but it was the
Graceville defense that domi-
nated much of the night.
Graceville limited Franklin
County to just 12 rushing yards
on 31 carries and just 94 total
yards for the game.
"It went really well,"
Graceville coach Todd
Wertenberger said of his team's
performance. "We were able to
get the ball moving a little bit.
The offensive line blocked a lit-
tle better tonight, and every-
body in the backfield did a
decent job."
The Tigers were aided by the


"I felt like we really
needed (a win)
tonight. Hopefully, we
grew up and learned
how to play football
tonight. "
-Todd Wertenberger,
Graceville coach
return of offensive tackle Heath
Plybon from injury, and the
insertion of freshman quarter-
back Jacky Miles into the start-
ing lineup.'
The mobile Miles rushed for
98 yards and a touchdown in his
first career start, providing the
spark the Tigers need, and that
the Seahawks weren't prepared
for, according to Wertenberger.


"They weren't ready for the
option attack because we hadn't
done it yet this season," the
Tigers coach said. "We were
able to move it down the field,
sustain drives and stick it in the
endzone."
Miles put the Tigers on the
board in the first quarter with a
23-yard rushing touchdown,
with Leron Hoover providing
the two-point play for an 8-0
advantage.
Hoover added a 2-yard TD
run of his own in the second
quarter to give the Tigers a 14-
0 halftime lead.
In the third period, it was
White scoring from 15 yards
out on an option pitch from
Miles to make it 20-0
Graceville.
The Tigers got the ball back
and marched on another long
See TIGERS, Page 3B k


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Cheerleader Clinic
The Sneads High
School cheerleaders'
Annual kiddie cheer clin-
ic will be held Saturday
at the SHS gym. This
clinic is open to girls
aged 4.year through the
fifth grade.
Cost is $25 and
includes instruction, a t-
shirt, and snack. Each
clinic participant will
cheer with the SHS
cheerleaders during the
first half of the SHS vs
Jay football game Oct. 2.
For more info, contact
Rhianna Dowling at 482-
9004 ext. 249.

Sneads Baseball Bow
Shoot
The first Sneads High
School baseball Bow
Shoot will be Oct. 10 at
Adam Tucker Wilson
Park. Sign-in is from 8
a.m. to 8:30 a.m.
Pre-Registration Entry
Fee is $30 which
includes a t-shirt. Walk-
up registration is $40.
There will be first-, sec-
ond- and third-place
prizes awarded.
Contact Greg
Beauchamp at 693-1417
or Karen Hall at 573-
9410 for more informa-
tion.

Girl Scouts Fall
Product Sale
The Girl Scout
Council of the Florida
Panhandle's (GSCFP)
annual Fall Product sale
is now underway. Girl
Scouts from across the
19 counties of the
Panhandle are taking
preorders through Oct.
12; delicious nuts and
candy products are avail-
.able for purchase
through Nov. 13.
The Fall Product pro-
gram is an important part
of Girl Scouting. Just
like Girl Scout Cookies,
the Fall Product sale is a
literacy program that
teaches girls about the
world of business includ-
ing: setting and achiev-
ing goals, and working as
a team. In addition to
selling nuts and candy,
girls have the opportuni-
ty to participate in the
QSP Time Inc. program.
Through this program
girls earn money for their
troop by selling maga-
zine subscriptions and
renewals, often with sav-
ings up to 85 percent off
newsstand prices.
The Girl Scout
Council of the Florida
Panhmandle invites girls
from kindergarten to
twelfth grade, to join the
adventure and empower
themselves through
courage, confidence and
character, to make the
world a better place.
Currently, the council
serves 7,150 girls and
2,400 volunteers across
19 counties of the
Florida Panhandle. To
volunteer or join Girl
Scouts, contact the local
council, office at 850-
386-2131 or visit
www.gscfp.org.

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Pirates suffer first district loss


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SI'O [ S El l O

The Sneads Pirates suffered their
first district loss of the season
Friday night, falling to the Freeport
Bulldogs in Freeport 34-17.
A disastrous start doomed the
Pirates, who found them 9ves
trailing 27-3 at halftime. /
Sneads (2-2) dropped to 2-1 in
district play, while the Bulldogs (2-
1) moved to 2-0 in the league.
The Pirates were victimized by
three first-half fumbles and a bad
snap on a punt, which Freeport
took advantage of to build the
early lead.
"We were not very good,"
Sneads coach Don Dowling said.
"Freeport didn't do anything fancy,
they just didn't make any mistakes.
"Every time we'd try to get
something going, we'd shoot our-
selves in the foot. It seemed like
every time 'we got some positive
yards, we had a penalty or some-
thing happen But you can't take
anything away 'from Freeport.
They hit us in the mouth."
The Pirates' lone score in the
first half came on a Josh Rogers'
41-yard field goal.
Freeport, however, led 15-3 at
the end of the first quarter before
adding two more touchdowns in
the second period.
The Pirates finally got in the
endzone in the second half on a 25-
yard TD run by Jeff Davis and a
12-yard TD run by Mark Lawson.
The hole was just too deep to dig
all the way out of, and the Pirates
missed their chance to take firm
control of the district race.
"We're still in the hunt, we're
just not at-the front," Dowling said.
South Walton (3-0) and Freeport


Sneads' Mark Lawson tries to run through a group of Holmes County defenders during a game Sept. 18
in Sneads. - Floridan-File Photo


(2-0) are in first in the district
standings, with Vernon and Sneads
right behind at 2-1.
The Pirates will next play host to
Jay (1-1) on Friday.
Dowling said the challenge for
his team would be the same as it
was for Freeport.
"(The Freeport game) was one
of them where they came out and
hit you in the mouth. They were


not trying to fool you, and it will
be the same with Jay," the coach
said. "The first person to flinch
loses."
If the Pirates.are to rebound with
a win, they'll have to 'eliminate the
turnovers and self-inflicted
wounds that plagued them against
Freeport.
"We just didn't protect the foot-
ball," Dowling said of Friday


night's game. "We .beat ourselves.
Not to take anything away from
Freeport, but we just had a lot of
mental mistakes."
Lawson led the Pirates with 96
rushing yards on 22 carries, as well
as 45 passing yards.
Davis finished with 42 yards on
eight carries. Jamar White and
Davis led the Sneads defense with
seven tackles each.


Marianna Recreation soccer gets underway


BY SHELIA MAQER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT

The 2009 Marianna Recreation
Department soccer is underway
with games being field in all
leagues three nights a week.
On any Monday, Tuesday or
Thursday you may catch as many
as three games in the younger
leagues with two games being held
in the older leagues.
In the youngest, the Tiny Mites
division (5-6 year olds), there are
59 players participating on seven
teams.
The Cobras will take the field
with Amanda Clark leading them
as coach.
Under her she will have Brady
Donaldson, Zachary Jerrigan,
Katie Gwin, Gabriella Fanchette,
Hannah Walker, Andy Barkalow,
Franky Lipford, Ian Spenc'e,
Lucinda Glark-Hussey and Brantly
Willis vying for the top 'spot in
their league.
For the Dragons, they will look
to Steve Young for their instruc-
tion.
Young has Matthew Clikas,
Hayes Austin, Colton Menacof,
Ethan Taylor, Sarah Young, Dylan
Ziglar, Zoe C. Clikas and Tyler
Eads to help him have a winning
season.
The Knights will be under the
direction of Whitney Nelson with
Michelle Nelson, Jacob Locke,
Emily Locke, Isabella Vaughn,
Audra Philips, Trett Phillips, Ann
Marie Wells and Jade Hendrix
playing their very best game.
Malee Watson heads up the
.Lizards with GaVee Warson, Nate
Morris, Hayden Mock, Lily
Roberts, Cristian Tovar, Issac
Almaswaki, Cole.Payne anid Kyan
Gibson giving 100 percent to pick
up a win when they step on the
field.
Max Harkrider changes from
baseball to soccer as he steps up to
lead the Pythons to a winning sea-
son. For Harkridei, Gabe
Newsome, Katlin Land, Max
Harkrider, Josiah Grant, Andrew
Rush, Madison Peeler, Dax
Moreno and Christopher 'Gable
will take their best game onto the


field each night.
The Scorpions welcome Sherri
Byrd as their head coach this year..
For Ms. Byrd Taylor Cass, Giana
Currier, Micheal Byrd, Jonathan
Raines, Kinsey Smith, Lucas
Hopkin, Damien Peal, and
Brandon Early will give her all
they have for each game to work
towards a winning season.
The Tigers are being led by Tom
Barbee this year with Ben
Williams, Hank Sims, Colt Fenton,
Amarion Speights, Jacob Alday,
Charles Davis III, Grady Farris,
Kyle Honey and Chaz Barbee put-
ting their best foot forward on the
field.
In the Midget League (7-8 year
olds) 67 players are divided among
five teams.
Wayne Malloy heads up the
Extreme and he will have Rick
Brunner, Maggie Ham, Sam
Wiggins,. Austin Malloy, Riley
Arunakul, Joshua Walker, Trinity
Chaddock, Ben Wiggins, Will
McDaniel, John Mitchell, Matthew
Walker, and Jarod Roney taking
the field for him.
The Mystics will be under the
direction of veteran soccer coach
Sean Ham.
For the Mystics, Seth Ham,
James Clikas, Justin Clikas, Gage
Bannerman, Sami Almaswaki,
Wesley Pippen, Abigail Callahan,
Owen brown, Karlee Mercer,
Taylor McKoy, Wilton Pittman and
Kimberly Jones will be working
hard on the field to pick up a win.
Larry Waldron will head up the
Panthers this year.
Hannah Collins, Madison
Whaley, Micheal Waldron, Garbiel
Craver, Wesley Wiggins, Sean
Gaffaney, Sean Jones, Jorrian
Weshley, Loren Waldron, Anna
Grace Jerkins, Carey Griffin, and
Larry Williams will work towards
a city championship for the
Panthers.
The Raptors will be under the
direction of Robert Oswald this
season.
Owen Gilley, Bobby Holmes,
Caleb Oswald, Clayton Williams,
Nick Walker, Will Michels, Renee
Haire, Sunalee Watson, Dustin
Keeny, Logan .Lovely, Katelyn


Melzer, Ashunti Peterson, and
Cameron Pbrter make up the
Raptor's roster.
The Thunderbolts will have ani-
mated Mark Sims leading them
this year.
Under Sims' direction will be
Harrison Whitefield, Makenzy
O'Neal, Taylor Young, Melanie
Canada, Dustin Smitherman, John
Sanchez, Tacha Jones, Natalie
Sims, Lauren Locke, Morgan
Leigh Baxter, Jonah Mercer, and
Jayden Sorey..
The Pee Wee League, ages 9-11)
are comprised of 69 players with
six teams making up the league.
The Bulldogs will be under the
direction of April Alday with
Blake Angerbrant,. Blake
Donaldson, Sarah Hewett, Turner
Seay, Madison Hendrix, Hunter
Rupnik, Sean Donaldson, David
Mayo, Katlin Harris, Bryce
Martin, Beau Alday and Karissa
Mercer supporting him for a win-
ning 2009 season.
Gustavo Martinez returns to the
coaching ranks as the leader of the
Crew.
Under his direction will be
Micheal .Young, Max Martinez,
Hannah Barfield, Christopher
Merritt, Erin Ellis, Mason Young,
Ashley Bunting, Aaryan Patel,
Cade Hewitt, Hannah Mith, Xavier
Kimbro and Jordan Oliver.
Lynn Wallace takes the reigns
for the Fire this year and will have
Quaidd Van Huss, Jack Michels,
Gracie Wallace, Bonnie Bigale,
Steve Spencer, Jacob Chabot,
Brolin Van Huss, Nevin Van Huss,
Marilyn Douglas, Abigail Tidwell,
Raigan Tidwell, Alyssa Willey
working towards a great season.
The Giants will have David
McGowan as their coach this sea-
son.
For the Giants, Zane Isler, Zack
Trotman, Caroline Gilley, Jahnay
Beswick; Ariel Beswick, Rebecca
Almaswari, Hannah Newsome,
Joey McGowan, *Chase Elkins,
Kayla Edwards, and Sean
Donaldson will give their all to
Coach McGowan.
- Alpo York will also move from
the baseball field to the soccer
field as the coach for the 2Q09


Sharks.
Kayla McDaniel, Arianna
Domen, Dustin York, Will
Sanchez, Valerie Sims, Sydnee
Goodson, Alivia York, Cameron
Gray, Harrison Whitfield, Donesia
N. Grant, Marqaux LaFontaine and
Denisia Grant will all give 1pO
percent to Coach York for a chance
to win a city championship.
Veteran soccer coach John
Watkins returns to the sidelines as
.the coach of the Storm for the sea-.
son.
Garrison Melzer, Aaron
Williams, Tanner McCoy, Dylan
Williams, Adam Williams, Dylan
Watkins, Maddi Basford, Megan
Sxchrenker, Laden Sims, Calen'
Sims, and Damien Karlin are anx-
ious to take the field to pick up
their first win of the season.
The Junior League (12-14 year
olds) will have 31 players divided
among three teams.
The Bullets will be led by veter-
an coach Steve Canada with Bryce
Hixenbaugh, , Megan Trotman,
Laron Cass, Alexandra Bunting,
Christian King, Ann-Marib Sapp,
Brooke Canada, Riby Stephens,
Ethan Strickland and David White
under his direction.
Jason Helms will head up the
United Gold team this year and
will have Bryan Buchanan,
Maddie Craven, Kevin Carmona,
Christina Carmona, Nic Helms,
Desiray DeClouet, Katy Barfield,
Charles LaFontaine, Hampton
Jordan and John Metzler working
towards a win for their team.
The Warriors will be under the
direction of Whitney Nelson.
Hunter Land, Ashley Griffin,
Sophia Pereda, Jamal Harris,
Ashley Balcom, Austin Nelson,
Brnadon Tyus, Cheyenne Corbin,
Plinio Tuta, Christian Wynn and
Issac Fanchette will look for a win
every time they step onto the field.
Rosters were not available for
the Senior league but will be pub-
lished at a later date:.
Games begin in each league at
5:30 at Optimist Park. ,
(Editor's Note: Every effort has
been made to insure the accuracy
of the information provided by the
Marianna Recreation Department.)


GRMS tops Vernon


BY SHELIA MADE
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT

The Lady Indians from
Grand Ridge Middle
School continue to rack
up the wins with their lat-
est victim being the
Vernon Yellow Jackets
Thursday night in Vernon.
The "A" team defeated
Vernon 44-7, with the "B"
team picking up a 22-9
victory.
In the "A" game, the
Lady Indians stymied the
Vernon offense, jumping
out to a 12-1 first quarter
lead.
In the second quarter,
Grand Ridge added 11
points while Vernon was
only able to muster four
points to make it a 23-5
,halftime lead.
In the third quarter, the
Lady Indians shut out the
Lady Yellow Jackets


while they added 12
points to make it 35-5
after three quarters of
play.
Leading Grand Ridge
in scoring was Logan
Neel with 24 points, fol-.
lowed by Chasity
McGriff with 12 points.
Brooke Williams has
four points while Teena
Jeffrey and Yakeisha
Owens had two points
each.
In the "B" game, the
Lady Indian% led 8-4
after the first quarter
before holding the Lady
Yellow Jackets to just
two points in the second
quarter, taking a 14-6
lead into the locker room
at the halftime break.
At the end of three
quarters of play, it 1s
all Grand Ridge 18-8W
Ashlyn Roberts record-
ed 10 points on the night.


Grand Ridge's Ashlyn Roberts puts up a shot dur-
ing a game against Vernon Monday night in
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drive that ended with Derae Laster es to Northview and Marianna. learned to play football tonight."
scoring his first varsity TD from 2 "I, felt like we really needed (a win) Jeremy Watford also contributed
yards out on the first play of the tonight," Wertenberger said. "The 75 rushing yards on 11 carries for the
fourth quarter. players were really fired up and Tigers, who next play host to
It was a solid performance from the focused to play the game. I don't Blountstown Friday at 7 p.m. before
opening kickoff to the final whistle think that was there the last two ball- making their district debut the fol-
for the Tigers, who were coming off games, definitely not the intensity. , lowing week against FAMU in
of a bye week after discouraging loss- "Hopefully,, we grew up and Tallahassee.

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SJackson scored on a 47-
yard rushing touchdown,
*bootlegging to his right and
racing past the FAMU
defenders to the goal line.
The two-point conver-
sion by Drew Bellamy
made it 27-16.
The Hornets got the ball
back with 6:53 left in the
fourth quarter, but a deep


pass by Jacksbn was inter-
cepted by Jordan Johnson
at the FAMU 44.
Three plays later,
Harrison broke through the
middle of the CHS defense
for a 53-yard TD run'to salt
the game away with 6:19
left to play.
Harrison finished the
game with 122 yards on 10


carries. Jackson had 88
yards rushing to lead the
Hornets.
Cottondale coach Mike
Melvin said his team was
hurt by penalties at inop-
portune times in the game.
"We had some opportu-
-nities early, but we had a
couple holding penalties
that really hurt us," he said.


Bulldogs
Continued From Page 1B


Braves, passing for 235 yards on 18-of-23
attempts.
Tray Williams rushed for 97 yards and
three TDs for Walton.
It was a back-and-forth affair for much
of the night, with the teams exchanging
leads six times before the final outcome
was settled.
It was a gut-check for the Bulldogs, and
DeWitt said he was thrilled with the way
his team answered the call.
"Winning in this fashion.. our guys are
pretty fired up about it," the coach said.
"We needed a win like that. I don't like
them that close, but it was fun to watch,
fun to be a part of, and the kids fought hard
and earned a big win."
Montgomery put the Bulldogs ahead
with a 7-yard touchdown run on their first
possession of the game, but Walton
answered with a 1-yard TD run by
Williams to tie the game.
Steven Myrick recovered a Marianna
T fumble and took it in from 10 yards out in
the second quarter to give the Braves a 14-


7 lead they took into halftime.,
With three minutes left in the third quar-
ter, Montgomery scored his second TD of
the night from 7 yards out, and Jackson's
two-point play gave MHS the lead 15-14.
Another short TD run by Williams put
Walton up 21-15, but Jackson answered
with a 63-yard TD run in the closing sec-
onds of the third quarter to put MHS up
22-21.
Williams' third TD of the night from 8
yards out put Walton up 27-22.
The Braves then had two chances inside
the Marianna 5-yard line to put the game
away, but could not do so either time.
Walton fumbled into the endzone on its
first try, with MHS recovering in the end-
zone for a touchback.
The Braves stopped the Bulldogs, got
the ball back and marched back inside the
MHS 5-yard line, but couldn't punch it in,
settling for a field goal instead.
Marianna next plays at Liberty County
on Friday, with a trip to district rival
Pensacola Catholic looming on Oct. 9.


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Monday Night "Hi Rollers
Team Standings
9/21/2009
W-L
1) Jackson BP 7-1
2) Whatever Whenever 5-3
3) Now What 4.5-3.5
4) Smith's Grocery 4.5-3.5
5) Kindel Lanes 4-4
6) Vacancy 4-4
7) Mary's Childcare 3-5
8) Adam's Funeral Home 3-5
9) Wolf Pack 2-6
10) Whoops 1-7

High Team Game- Wolf Pack & Jackson
BP 933
High Team Series- Jackson BP 2772
High Game Female- Ashlee Walker 191
High Game Male- Jon Barber 234
High Series Female- Ashlee Walker 518
High Series Male- Tom Arnold 607


Tuesday Morning
Team Standings
9/15/2009


Coffee League


W-L
1) 1001 Uses 18-6
2) Pacers 14-10
3) Misfits 14-10
4) Champion Tile 13-11
5) Davis Optometry 12.5-11.5
6) Jim's Buffet & Grill 12-12
7) James & Sikes 11-13
8) Gazebo 10-14
9) Marianna Animal Hospital 8.5-15.5
10) Family Dentistry 5.5-14.5

High Game Female- LuAnn Kindelspire
208
High Game Male- John Kindelspire 244
High Series Female- LuAnn Kindelspire
546
High Series Male- Coy Hess 630
High Team Game- Misfits 925
High Team Series- 1001 Uses 2632


Tuesday Night Mixed League
Team Standings
9/22/2009
W-L
1) Our Gang 15-5
2) AllState 14-6
3) Grassy Pond Mini Storage 13-7
4) Original Garners 10-10
5) Backwoods Bowlers 10-10
6) Dan's Family 10-10
7) Precision 9-11
8) Sonny's BBQ 9-11
9) Just Spare Us 8-12
10) Roll With It 8-12

High Team Game- Grassy Pond Mini
Storage 1004
High Team Series- AllState 2749
High Game Female- Dale Reynolds 231
High Game Male- Wayne Kirkland 226
High Series Female- Shirley Watts 589
High Series Male- Justin Arnold 592


Wednesday Night Mixed
Team Standings
9/23/2009
W-L
1) Here for the Beer 15-5
2) Hollis Body Shop 13-7
3) Redwood Bay Lumber 13-7
4) DBBLL Trouble 12-8
5) Mr. Bingo 12-8
6) Kindel Lanes Shop 11-9
7) Perfection's Car Wash 9-11
8) Split Decision 7-13
9) Jay's Gang 7-13
10) Vacancy 1-19

High Team Game- Jay's Gang 1188
High Team Series- Here for the Beer
3358
High Game Female- Gloria Reed 190
High Game Male- Jack Townsell 248
High Series Female- Gloria Reed 532.
High Series Male- Jack Townsell 713


Hunting tradition still meaningful


Hunting has undergone a lot of changes
over the years.
It isn't like it once was. Not by a long
shot, if you'll pardon the pun.
Each year, when hunting season opens, I
find myself often thinking on this.
I can't help but ponder the changes that
have occurred during
my own lifetime and
the lifetimes of my
nimrod predecessors.
Many of hunting's
changes have been
negative.
Long gone are the
days, for instance,
when prime hunting
property was freely
accessible to practical-
ly anyone who wished Bob Kornegay
to shoulder a rifle or
shotgun and venture afield.
Many woods and fields trod by our hunt-
ing forebears no longer even exist,
replaced now by industry or sprawling cor-
porate agriculture.
What is there is largely controlled nowa-
days by leaseholders who can afford. to
hold the land in reserve for their exclusive
use and enjoyment.
On the other hand, some of hunting's
evolution 'is positive.
Market hunting and wanton wildlife
destruction at the hands of hunters are now
illegal and collectively abhorred by true
sportsmen everywhere.
Hunters have become knowledgeable
game managers and, for the most part,
wise stewards.
Statistics and opinions today indicate
that hunting might be in trouble.
Hunter numbers continue to decline as
more and more participants give up, the
pastime, lose the feel for tradition, or, as
poorly tutored youngsters, fail to appreci-2
ate it or pursue it from an early age.
Most disheartening, it is often now
socially and politically correct to vilify
existing hunters and at the same time work
diligently not to create new ones.
Through it all, acre upon acre of hunting
land (not to mention valuable wildlife
habitat) is ground to rubble beneath the
developers' bulldozer trends, inexorably
falling prey to the march of "progress."
Yet, some of us continue, despite rules,
regulations, and expenses that are apt to
make hunting a complicated, costly ven-
ture.
Add to that the fact that few landowners
want us around anymore.
So, why do we persist? Well, to a hunter,
the answer to that question is not'so diffi-


cult. To a true hunter and sportsman, hunt-
ing means much more than shooting and
killing within allotted boundaries of space,
time, and allowed bag limits. Hunting is
much more than that.
Hunting, whatever the prey or method
employed, is the extra-sensory experience
of a Deep South autumn.
It is acorns and dry leaves that crunch
beneath the hunter's feet as he or she
walks lightly on a carpeted forest floor.
It is a crisp morning and a c.up of hot
coffee, sipped in predawn darkness in the
friendly confines of a deer-camp kitchen.
It is a hurried breakfast bolted in haste lest
the hunter miss the first covey of quail, the
first flight of mallards, or perhaps his-
appointed time to climb up into his tree
stand.
Hunting is the familiar heft and feel of a
trusted, favored firearm. It is old, comfort-
able boots and an old, no less comfortable
pointer, retriever, or hound. It is whistling
wings over a marsh and a buck's frost-
breathed snort.
It is bounding cottontails and scamper-
ing squirrels.
Hunting is a special place indelibly
etched, in mind and memory. A beaver-
impounded cypress pond where the ducks
always pitch in at daybreak. A bottomland
woodlot where the squirrels are fat and
sassy.
A briar field where bobwhites hide and
rabbits bound away.
A trail where that once-in-a-lifetime
whitetail buck is bound to show himself
sooner or later.
Hunting is fellowship, sporting cama-
raderie unlike any other human associa-
tion.
It is old buddies, contemporaries who
see the world as you see it. It is new com-
panions who look to you to lead by word,
deed, and example, to show them what
hunting is and how it can come to mean to
them what it has long meant to you.
Hunting is a rite of passage. It is the look
on your child's face when that first squirrel
succumbs to the crack of the new
Christmas .22.
It is learning to respect and love the
, woods, the creek, the deer, the raccoon,
even the lowly 'possum.
Hunting is in the blood, an inherent
bond passed down from beloved outdoors-
men who have gone before. It is a beauti-
ful thing for which we can all be truly
thankful.
My, how I pity those who don't under-
stand that.
(Email Bob Kornegay at cletus@wind-
stream.net)


JV
Continued From Page 1B


there."
It was a satisfying win
for the JV Bulldogs, who
were blanked by a com-
bined score of 20-0 in their
first two games.
"The kids were real
excited about it," Lawson
said of his players. "You
could tell they were hungry


for a win, before the game,
during and afterwards.
"We play again on
.Tuesday, and it will help us
having won going in on a
short week of preparation."
Marianna goes on the
road Tuesday to take on
Liberty County at 6 p.m.
Lawson said he hopes to


see his team bring the same
effort Tuesday it brought
against Chipley.
"I liked just the all-
around intensity," the
coach said. "I thought we
were playing the whole
play to the whistle better,
and the defense looked.
much better."


WAL BEGINS 84A


.Floridan's weekly fishing reports


LAKE SEMINOLE -
Hybrids are reasonably
active once again.
They are schooling spo-
radically during the morn-
ing and late-afternoon
hours over humps, sand-
bars, and near creek
mouths.
Bass are reported as fair
to good on frog-type lures
and topwater offerings.
During the morning hours,
fish the grass beds near the
mouth of the Flint River
and around creek mouths.
Switch to a soft jerkbait in
the same areas later in the
day.
Flipping in heavier,
more substantial structure
well after sunup can pay
off as well.
Crappies are fair for
some, but slow overall.
Vertically fished live min-
nows are the best bait.
Catfishing is good. Live
wigglers take the biggest
catches, but cut mullet has
been a fair producer as
well.
Bream are reported as
very slow at present.
LAKE EUFAULA -
Bass fishing shows contin-
ued improvement -as fall
temperatures begin to
affect the lake and the fish
activity, especially early
and late in the day.


Jigs and topwater offer-
ings can pay dividends
during early morning and
late-afternoon hours in
isolated grass patches off
the main lake. '
The shallow-water bite
may continue longer after
sunup than usual and the
ledges are a good bonus
after midday.
Use deep crankbaits on
the ledges and also try the
tried-and-true Carolina-rig
if fish seem less active.
Crappies remain fair to
good in brush at 12 to 15
feet on flats just off the
river channel.
Jigging spoons are good
offerings. A few crappies
can now be located near
the mouths of creeks as
well.
Bream activity is
increasing in isolated
spots and catfish remain
consistent on shallow flats
late in the afternoon.
L A K E
ANDREWS/CHATTA-
HOOCHEE RIVER -
Fishing on the river is gen-
erally slow.
Catfish can be caught in
the tailwaters using pre-
pared baits, frozen shad,
or live earthworms.
Most individual fish are
said to be' "pan-size" at
best. Catfishing from the


banks at night is a good
option.
Bass fishing might be
worth a try early and late
in the day. Some topwater
action is reported up and
down the river.
The best largemouth
action has been in spots
from the Georgia
Highway 62 bridge north a
few miles past .Odom
Creek.
You may also wish to
throw a worm or deep
crankbait near the mouths
of creeks when the topwa-
ter bite wanes.
Bream are biting fairly
well for a few anglers
drifting along steep bluff
walls and drop-fishing
crickets.
Mixed stringers of red-
breasts and bluegills have
been taken in this fashion.
A few shellcrackers may
come to hand as well if
offered large wigglers..or
redworms.
(Generation schedules,
pool levels, and other such
information for area
waterways may be
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Sat, Oct 3 @ 10,02 AM on site

5115 Sixth Av. Malone, FL

Real Estate Sold by Owners Confirmation

Personal Property sold Absolute!

Power &K Hand Tools, Patio Sets, Exercise Eq,

Furnture, Lumber, Lawn Eq., Consignmentas

Misc. & Much, Much Morel

$100.00 Cash Prize on day of Auction!

(You must be present to win)

Beautiful �8 Ac. Manicured Lot

Cross-fenced & fruit trees

Beautiful 3 BR, 2 BA Home w/ In-Ground Pool

Garage Efficiency Apt + 1 BR, 1 BA Home

Zoned for additional mobile home lots!

OPEN HOUSE:

SAT. SEPT. 26 FROM 2-4 PM

SUN: SEPT. 27 FROM 24 PM

Everything sold "As is, Where Is" * 10% Buyerft Premum

20% Binder on Real Estate on day of Sale with Closing within

30 days. Payment due on Pers. prop. On day of Auction.

Panhandle Auction & Realty, Inc. - Broker

Watson Auction & Realty, LLC. Call 334.794.2312 or go to

www.watson-auctlon.com for additional detals.

Col. Joe F. Watson, FL LIc. #AU3264 & AB2415

Col. Clyde Jackson, FL Lie. #AUI64 & ABG9


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kittens black/white 40 hrs /week tion. 3/2, large lot in West side Dothan.
calico 850-594-7802 FT position with Last Chance to Greenfield, Marian- 2800sf. 31g. BR/3BA.
,iW. benefits. High school o own a unique one na. $1200 mo + de- mud room w/shower.
Free to loving home, diploma, valid driver of a kind recrea- posit. NO PETS snop w 'garage fire-
liter trained kittens. license, and two tion & investment 662-380-3093 place. lots of extra's
-- i 850-482- 5880/850- years beef cattle ex I property. 558 ac. call lor details. $175K
'Adu- -- - 303-9727 perlence required. in Clayhatchee, AL Mobile Homes 334-794-6002 Apartment
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5Teacup/toy feed, health care, Land & Reality 4620/638-6405 Ridge. Water & sew- skirts, steps cl. Call sts of available
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2B BA, stove, ref., 272-815/ 573-1851 wooIded bkyd fencedNew 334-793-6305
baPersonals 1back o 5whlJe CONVENIENCE Quiet, safe neighbor- 2BR/BAOff Cornsilk $150K. 334-477-6100 eadand benefitheadline (General Real Estat Honda '07 420EX like
STORE hood, fenced back- Rd. $350/mo + sec. 2 Acre Lots Honda '07420EX, like
Southern Gentleman Excellent quality Cashier available yard 850-482-8196 or Water/sewer/garb. ugla R y Rd 4. Abbreviate as e as new, automatic, 614
seeks nice WF 50-60 Co mpetitive pay, 209-1301. inc.. (850) 415-6744 15. Bank& Tax possible hours.$3200.334-
for LTR. Loves speed Clean environment palivacation & 3/1.5 in Marianna 3/2 $425, 2/2 $350 Only 2 Lots left. 5. Describe your item or mke offer 3-2
boating on Lake benefit package. $675/mo + dep both CH/A in C'dale. 20k each. JIndta DeerValteyTalley
Seminole and travel Parents on site EOE. Sangaree Oil CH/A, W/D hkup No pets. 850-258- (334)405-0096 ob p on n eta Realty 6 767. Honda07CRF80
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pease. The Doth$an 209-1426 $1350 6X12 enclosed
Eagle P.O. Box 1968 I 209-16 3/2 C'dale, water, 3/2 SF+scthe item you are selling FIND IT FAST trailer $1900 new
Dothan ALo 3 1 te 3/1 bck home in gb. bug sp . a 7. Use whe space, cond. 850-447-2859
te La M i eln u Pe-r ---o e t Bascom ,l yard, $525 + dep. No pets. porh ,2 car car-7 white sIN
residential fo rnt taking applications 850-352-4869 morn- larger type and graphics
MsIs $550 850-209-1265 wings ty bldg. off 231 S.:CKHonda '08 Rancher,
S$149,900 Neg. to make your ad stand THE 4X4 2 year warranty,
3/2.5 in Graceville 3/2 MH for rent, 334-671-1423 or OUT THE out and be visually red, manual shift,
FREE to good home: area. Ref. req. 2br also avail. 334-791-1423 FI cmpelLASSIFIEDS $5000 334-796
Guinea Pig, black & $600/mo. Avail. Oct. Water/garbage incl. C SIFIEDS! c2474
white, named Spike 1st. 334-445-2441. No pets. 850-592-8129
U HM _850-482-4427_ _ _� _ 3/2 Brick home, 5br/3ba Dblwide, ' " - -
Apartments- aprox. 2000 sq ft. $650/ mo. First
Unfurnished $950/mo+ dep. 850- month & security dep
209-8759 863-258-2589 after 5p
/Builders Supplies 5 pt.o de- 3/2 n great neigh- Clean 2/2 for family
$nie + yborhood in town, of 2, no smokers, no
STEEL BUILDING PKG osit. 850-482-5134 CH/A, $800 + dep. pets. $450+ $450
STEEL BUILDING PKG 850-271-0900/258- dep 850-718-8158
8x2 Door & Anchor 2/1 Apt. water, garb, 4309 leave msg.
se 550. No Homes, MH'S,
Bolt Included sewer incl. $550. No 3BR/15BA rental, on Duplexes, Apts,
pNow$ets67 s 850-592-6115 corner of Park & Da- section 8 &
+ Code Adj. Other Fruit& Vegetables visSt.$700/mo+ .otsAvailable
Sizes Avail. Bi dep 850- 482- 850-482-4446
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Phone# 334-239-4752 Pick. 2307 Mayo Rd. 2/1 DuplexCH/A, wa- Located on Noland
(Btwn Cypress & ter sewer, applian- Street in Marianne. For details 850 557- 2 4x6 oriental rugs, Antique hand carved Dishes, 4pc setting, Grace baby stroller, 1 Rollaway Bed, JC
Grand Ridge.Bobby . ces & lawn care incl. Kitchen appliances 3432/850-814-6515 both for $140 850- white washed oak white $15 850-482- pink/plaid, 1 pastel Penny Top of the
miscellaneous Hewett (850) 592- $575/MO 850-526- included. $700/mo., 866-1700 chair $100 850-866- 5634 . geen,lk new $35/ea Line, $75 850-592-
for Sale 4156 4425 leave message first and last. Securi- Mobile Homes 2 corner/end 1700 Dish set, 12 pc set- 850-526-3426 3261
ty deposit, 1 Yr lease in Parks tables,(This End Up Avon President ting, white w/blue Graco baby swing, Roper Washer, works
RETAURANTtables, & Cattle 2/2 Dulex in Grand and references re- Furn. Co) all wood Heads $10, tray $6, flowers/gold trim $55 pastel green, $35 great, $125 850-482-
chaird er Ri dep 8$450-592-450 quired. Ava. Octo- 2/2 $390/mo $75 850-526-3365 White House $9 850- 850-482-5634 850-526-3426 3267
dep. 850-592-5571 No pets. Avail. Octo- 2/2 390/mo 482-5634 ----------- ----
ware, kitchen equip- Beautiful PasoFino ber 1st. Call (850) 3/2 $490/mo 2 dressers w/mirrors482-5634 Dishwasher- $125 Hard back books, Singer sewing ma-
ment. Call for details, horses, also Coastal 594-7525 between Nice, quiet, Ig yd, $150/ea or $200 for Brass items $3 & $4 Maytag built-in' current fiction $1/ea. chine $5d 850-866-
334-714-2785 Bermuda hay for Fa s/Land/Timbe 6pm-9pm. Owner is CH/A 850-249-4888 both. 850-415-1641 ea. Thimbles $3-$15 type. Only used a few 850-272-01481700
sale. Barn & Pasture Real EstateforSale Licensed Real Estate 2 mermaid end ta- ea. 850-482-5634 times. 850-579-2744 ter Heat Sure Skylight double
pet&anial boarding available Broker onho s bles & 1 coffee table Ceramic Humming Dolphin.Dining table w/solid oak wood dome 4'x3'fixed $50
on trails. 791-7312 $57,064. NET PROFIT 3BR/1BA, 2643 Faney $125 firm 850-866- Birds $8-$10, Ceram- 4' x 6'$380 850-866- mantle. Brand new 850-593-9987
2010 NET PROFIT St Cottondale CH&A 2 & 3 BD/2BA in 1700c Bells $2,$3 & $ 1700 $300850-593-9987 mall desk $15
$59,424. No Pets, $495 + $200 Greenwood, newly 2 Wheel Car Dolly, 50-482-5634Drafting Machine & Horizon Elipitical CD/DVD Tower $10
Land & Free Standing dep.(850) 352-4222 remodeled, HD/FL, fairly new, $450 850- Cherry wood head- scales, Veco V 2501b max weight 850-866-1700
wtha yardmaint.f&2water w 0 ba g
Building with a sei yard man t. & water 573-5929 board, full or Queen, Track. sz 37-h"x 60" $300 OBO 850-209-
TRIPLE NET LEASE. 5BR 2BA house in fur.850-594- $130 OBO 850-482- $125. 850-592-2507 8925 Sofa w/pullout bed &
Over a 12% Return Bascom area, water 3438/229-869-0883 300+ Comic Book 8018 love seat, blue cloth
Free PetSPlicy PLUS APPRECIATION. inc. $500 + dep. 850- Cards $35 850-592- Electric Phantom 4 Jacket Shearling, $150 850-415-1641
Investor Priced 319-9916 2927 Christmas Dish Set scooter by Electra, ladies large short,
our pet deserves a los $495,000. Vacation/Resort a $10 850-482-5634 - never riden $375850- $25.850-592-2507 String Art Ships,
ing, caring horse. An ad For Sale By Owner Austin Tyler&Assoc 30' Aluminum ladder 593-9987 small $20 large $50
for a free pet may draw 850-591-5050. Quality homes for Enjoy fall weekend $175, (2) pillars Christmas Teddy Laminated light oak 850-482-5634
nserom inividuas l rent 850-526-3355 at Lake Euaula, 3br $15 850-866-1700 Bears dated y year Electric typewritter flooring 100 sq.ft. $85 o ,
whilllyor aor EARLY COUNTY GA "Property Mgmt is /3b $145/n Nav- 35" Toshiba T $10 ea. 850-482-5634 $35, new Mr. Coffee 850-593-9987 Tolet, complete
resuour ONYBusiness" arre Beach 2br/1.5bac2 lite$20850-866- Kohler, 1.28 GPF,
esease een $2250/ac our ONL Biness" ba 85-8 $475 Coffee table $25, 2 $20 850-866- Old records, small $5, used, $50 850-593-
S screen r- BIG DEER, Quail, Neary New BR $120/n. 334-699-2796 end tables 5/ea or Bust $30 regular $10 850-482- 9987
s.pordents carefully when to 110 i*S. Turkeys Deer Stands, Home- Hw 90 E 3pc Entertainment $40 for all. 850-415- Elvis Bust $30, Elvis 5634
givagananimalaway. Food Plots, Pine $600/mo, $250 dep Cl/ fied Center $150 850-866- 1641 Heartbreak Hotel Tree lounge climber,
Smartshoppers illowa bout Plantations, Open 850-526-8367 1700 Plate $40 850-866- Old trunk, 40's to 50's $170 850-272-5182
thebargainsen hin Land, Live Oaks and Comforter set, cu 1700 $150 850-209-0798
Cat theCaronssiied n within LandLivef.04 White wicker bar tom made, green Westo Cadence
Classified, youcantrack i Lngea Very wl H stools $65 850-866- $150 850-272-0148 Entertainment cera Portable playpen, Treadmill.$95
sManagedProperty. Houss dter, oak color wood, Pak-n-play, still in 850-592-8769
Fre itn Wnran doals on everything Call Owner , * 1700 Convertible Boot for $25 850-415-1641 box $45 850-526-3426
grey tabby, 6wks rom t cktslalers.i's 478-477-1000 3/2 Partialy furnish- 7 dining room chairs, Toyota '04-'08, never 8504151641 ,box$45850526 White Battenburg Ta-
a 850-593-6323 easytoplace anad r find BAKER COUNTY GA ed, Kynesle, CH/A, modern style, sturdy, used $30 850-593 Eureka Vacuum $10 Precious Moments ble Cloth, 64x102, $20
850-593-6323 the Items you want, and t's 1/a 225 erac big yard, $600 + dep Canll padded seats $75 9987 4'mounted barracuda birthday bells $15, 850-592-3261
Auctions edbyundredsof area BIG DEERBIG 850-638-1703 850-526-3365 -- Deep Freezer, stand $45 850-866-1700 850-482-5634 Window insulated
Auctions shoppersdeverday. TIMBER Paved Road/BIGp850-638-1703andWindow
FrontageCperseveryday. TIMBERPaved Road 7 Speaker Surround up Kenmore, works Gold/Glass makeup Push lawn mower glass 35" octogon
* ei@ 477-477-1000 b a din7a W ? b eat! sound system $125 great, $100 850-415- table w/mirror $20 $65 OBO 850-482- w/alum. frame
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Bike is complete cus-' Jet Skiw/trailer Exc. Honda '07 Civic Nissan'07 Altima, XLT, good condition.
tom with tons of ac- Cond. $1,800.334- Coupe Touch screen 2.5SL, Black, 34,200 $6K obo 334-791-0855
cessories incl. Red i.696.5505 ;91 4885 GPS navigation sys- mi., bose stereo, Ford '98 Explorer
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a, clnew.r$20,900. systmcond. $112000 850 -569- Chevrolet'08 Malbu W.M. St. 334-699- jor rust. $2300. tom. Black, Show- $15,500. ExcCod. ebroomsit one bunorath on west floor Unfida.conished
sole. 334-685V6 engine, met'9 Tota 04 Seuoha. tv. perfect cond. 334-693-3424 334-701-
S, 5 , c 5 V i , meotar ed ace atdion. a many i: ras.$G13,500 5153.
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Cruiser 23 ft3 , own-8 7-6- 5 f y $1,000, 3 good7 7 cor 7 . u d. 20K m fr p re & R 1
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$40Kc wi sel for Great cond. Load Corvette 02' Conver- 334-797-2706L Hyndi , Soa .IReToyota'0 Carolla LE, Ultra Classic Elec-
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S 07 Triumph, 5th Wheel, ca b XM radio, CD, onstar, sOcean Race Edition. ate, or e-mail: Great Condition,
$200002 Slides Great cond. 20k miles, $17,000 sunroof, 11,000 miles #556 ut of 800 man- jeeterestergmail. CARFAX500.334-897-0582. BelowNUT DRIVE MARANNA FL Nice lo has all
$20K, 334-6964538 772-631-5065 factory $ 17,000. 334 797-0987 ufactured. 20K miles. com, for pictures& Retail Call 632-0144 -
S l -/334-790-2950. 0.BO34.warranty2 CRetails for $53,225. details. $6,850. OBOes of CLH.
SPro-air nautique, nice e ' vee will sell for $31,700. 334-774-3368 Land Rover '06 Range
stereo system, excel HONDA '08 FIt Sport, Z06, 11K mi., blk/blk, 334-671-4124 Rover Super charged
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ti0ra re mo 5th whpl, T08 Ch eo004 r Datsun '78 280Z 2+2, $22.000. 334-692-4322 r07 250 CC 4 Wheeler, 334-805-0816 ready, eter kept. 4257 W. Lafayetter
u i g e, 291 RLTS '07 Towncar, Siiver original owner, . St. 3 - 47 Cl big blow ckmil, $10#23414 $ a e
loaded, garage kep l '05 Herge Duro Cros, Crew dn, $9 pteve tcer m . S. 34needs power glide, HONDA - '03 Metro-
until 2013. $9,875 awnings, 2BR, garden $184500. a334-791-064633 4-791-8243 sales.com 2290 days, eves. 850- Bright yellow, low
OO. 334-714-1543 tub with shower, Pontiac '01 rMontana, Chevy 94' Z-71 off-rd. n594- 9931 miles, exc. cond.
Mo b 98'Ski Boat W&D, CHA. Lots of all power, rear A/C, 7 exc-cab 350 loaded,Chy - 85 Silverado $1200. 334-774-718.. Mercedes'05 ML30,
wake tower & speak- extra's. $20K. 334- passenger, good camper shell custom C letely restored tan, U Auto -cy
ers $9,000. 334-714- 347-4626/333-0309. condition. $4500. 334- wheels. Needs a little ExComellent c onditionredo
9658. . 299-3378 r 618-7101 work$1000. 693-5374 350 Engine $10,000 HONDA '08 CBR 1000, AWD. 42,000, Loaded
Chrysler 05' Touring Firm (334)389-0554 black&silver, 6-spd. Power steering, CD,
.$6,900. 334- 94-6283 JEEP '89 Wrangler. runs. well, warranty, runs well, low miles
7- 2Chrysler '95 Sebrig, $2300, for pics emal 0 - Like new, includes new tires, sunroof,
sunroof Ite hra2DR at:KRNDAH aaol.c-m riding gear, $10,000 leather int very
S t '07 p tion ctoryeA, tC Ford0 6ta 8 GT 205-449-1970. OBO. 334-796-5596. cea, le new Brick. 3 bedroon/2h as h 2 0 sto
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Tracker PRO 16 per Canyon 5th & soft tops auto, Chrystler '05 Cross- Kawasaki '08 Vulcan 3076. .97 ac landscaped lot Formal livindnng rooms. den
Swheel, 2 slides, su loaded, 102K mi. fire Convertable 12k GM '72 Chell 900 custom, 2400 ad 2020 game room/office. Mealroo orae build-
w/Mercury2i c, e. over paments.0- i c, e. miles aio, wit6c, 4K Super sports front dile sd, e. Nisn 06 athfier rda Cengolo
ELPT 4 Stroke Motor. round sound, Ig. liv- cond, $12,900. 334- mint l ond. black top, clip Red, 2-dr. hard saddlebags, red. SE, white, leather, B onlo lbeonsdeed
Only used 7 times. All ing area $27,500, 334- i $5900. 334-692-3337 BOSE sound, sunroof. Call Ora today for an appoinmenL $198,500
S u i A 593-5103 miles. Like new. 684-206$15,900 850-209-4416 *top Needs work. or 796-5421 57K miles. $16,000- L- n -
in extras also nd. A iGreat poj car $4 ,500.3346188255 334-714-0770
$9,500 oBo. Call Joe$ 2K form Samles BS '00 sl, 9 2 '050L, bue, LOTS FOR SALE
@ k$ 907-687-7661. hevo neon oo. m w$6995 W M. Car Model A 1929, 2 dr $1650 850- 258-1638 oe -i
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drauic eveolmisAdRinaidrytty to South is in counrv and zoned
pontoon boat, runs Only 65, 955smiles. St. 3)4699-5880 matching trailer. 800cc, 750 mi. Like 3mids,000. 334#701 6 o s$d0.000
great. $3750 neg. Like New. $11,500., ww,.*estmaircar $15,000. 850-482-6632 new, crash bar &
334-596-5032_ Call 7185251 Corvette 07 Auto, sales cor 850-596-8475 windshield$4,500. NICE BUILDING LOT IN SUNNY HILLS.
SKeystone '07 Cougar 3LT, Loaded, Chrome UST 334-618-2542. Restrict . North of P n City and the beach-
RANGER '07 VS188 camper w/bunk Wheels, Victory Red, LEXUS - SC 400,4.0 Nissan '07 Pathfinder esticiosNrh Onlanh
SElec- BS .$22.5ade.Warranty. 68.750. good! Leather mt., PONTIAC - 67 GTO 700 4X4, auto trans mi. leather int., 3rd this 10 acre tract. Hwy. 162 Frontage, Land is in Pasiure
loa , 334-w 6-3Treez ie mae334-678-2131 m2cd changer, cold Excellent condition like new, 140 mi. aCa-e beau
$20,000 334-30-38 3341 e 4-7623. 0 n a., new tires, 0 moon B BLUE mouflage, $5,500. row seat, Like new. 30r2 #2362 n0
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Seacraft, '89 20ft '01c 1/2 Ton , Towable r S C 1 ver) sell as i duced-Sacrifice Ttmp/ (Daw ona po , a m
Center Console, boat, hSilve sChevrolet '5 Bel.Air. Tpe) 955 Fi/ ST Sport loaded and ingreat
motor & trailer, 95 Fifth Wheel, lots of . S. 69-50 6800. OK $ 5 W Car A c Or n ge, Bie, carbon exh., nw condition. Call
225HP Johnson Mtr, upgrades, very ice, 334-774-1915 850 r-elurb. Many ex- tires, brakes, 334- 334-596-8003 for
SAle Tr / eee hitch icludedCorvette"99 cony, 0ras. Make owner. 693-9390 or 701-5588 mreinfo. Sapp
brakes,wh., runs Like new. $10,900 2004 Lincoln LS. Only pewter with black Miata gray, PowerX5 pnotarcenturytelriet Yamaha 02 R tr Broker/Ower Realtor
well, very clean, 850-718-5243. 47,000 miles. One interior, auto, 84k cadto s t500. ler n 6 6 f ih'Raptor Trailers-Tractors-1
Great condo. $6,850 s. Owner, Like New. For 6auto, 8k sa Hardtop Converti ble. t1 6603 0fullyloaded with
334-696-5505. REDUCED 718 334-793-0095 mt 6 334- 6-d. Loa low oorcy es accessory es r cu-
Se Kn-COMPLETE SET-UP 596-1694 miles, Like new. lously clean & fast, Bushhog 9044, field
1ith trailer & 5th wh , '08 J o, 2004 Lncoln Datsun '78R280a2+2, '07 250 Wheeler 3348050816 r eady, shelter kept. 4257 W. Lafayette,
Sh t 5 Eagle, 291 RLTS & '07 Towncar, Silver. original owner, 5 like new, low miles, $10,500 OBO. 334-
oo ard Dodge 2500, 6.7 L Die- Great Condition. speed, fuel injected, $1850080850-593- u.'auI Lr 347-4283 or 334-447-
motor. $1400 OBO sel w/sliding hitch. Need to Sell 180k miles, some 9960 2572
51K. 334-791-4192 $12,844. Call 618-4533 rust,runs but needs 2003 YZ125.bougnt YAMAHA'06 Farm Equip. 7500) 526-5260-offic
REDUCED Mntana work. $2500 OBO 850- neo in 2005. has less Roadstar 1700cc Lissilton Peanut pick- (850) 526-5264-fax
i esel, 4 ldes, 40 2136 Iv msg than 100 hrs. $2000; Black, Motorcycle. er $1850. 6000 T Viit O r Liing G
slides, king bed, www. ars2007 YZF250, great 5000 miles. Vance Llssilton Pea anfnutf2pick.
SMAZDA'10 Mazda 3s shape and well main-r 00.
850-547-2808 -Like new; 4-door; au- tained.$4000.Buy Hines Exhaust Sys- er$1000.726-4661 www.floridashowcaserealty.com
tomatic; White/ tan; both for $5500,334- tern. 4 helmets andi KMC Forrough Flex,
ROYAL Mountaineer 4734 miles, $17,500 726-3842 gel cushion. One peanut inverter, field
SKI NAUTIQUE '84, 40ft, Sth Wheeler 2005CevyCaae.(334)796-0353 '92 Goldwing, 60k owner, garage kept. ready. $12,500 334-
714-2850 or 334-299-
runs great! $8500 Loaded, full bath 71,000 miles. Clean. Mazda'89 RX7, non miles, red, exc. paint Like new. $9000. 334- 3368
OBO. 334-447-7023 or $5,500 Great Condi- Below NADA. 334 ge '05 Neon SXT, turbo, gold, GXE, & running cond. 618-5833.
334-3471962 tion334-699986 door, 4 cylinder, $3000. 334-648-4985 $7000 850-445-2915 - Ulliston 6000, field
Triton'0/2 TR21, Mer- MotorHomes/RVs, 71,000 miles $5995. M/B 1929 Gazelle kit leave message _9. $ 4 ready, shelter kept.
cury 225 engine, new -" 334-790-7959 car runs and looks or 33.4-447-2572 0Hwm.y20.,Blountstown. Fl
trolling motor, depth Coachman '97 Ford '03 Mustang GT 8reat4$3,750.du34-t Excelent action lthis 915 acres on Hav 20 lust out-
703-0522 Mirada, 31.5 ft., 37k convertibco., u 69kt utility trailer, gate, side of Blountsloimn Great for Dividing into lots ( need
miles, good condo , miles auto. Garage ubrakesS1200. iI...,, .,1.... ,,. ,... . 1 . locationn
WAR EAGLE 20ft $15,000. 229-334-9413 kept, $10,800 OBO.Yamaha '07 VStar- 334-790-3896 -...*" ... . comner-
'07, 150 Optimax DRFC 334-596- 9966 1300 Tour, fuel Inject- cia l usCormied use. Realt364oronei Bring,'an oler0
Mercury. Custom Concord Coachman o S60. ARCTIC CAT'07 700 PALMER '99 26 ft MISC 236864 $375,000
trailer, excellent '05 Motor Home. 23' Loaded. One Owner. FORD '07 500 Limited ACICCT'700 edcustomea Dump Trailer $13,900 f
condition. $21,000. long 2700mi, Tat e Warranty. 334-793- Charcoal leather in- GrEat2 condr0l, like n619-1041, 334-687-
Call 229-309-2871 over payments.850- 0095 terior, 6cyl., 40K Great cond. $5200, ed, 5K., Like new[ 5835
593-51031miles Like new 334-714-2978. $7,450., 334-714-4001 -.


'07 ESCALADE RV 37 $159,700.u B0-866- t..yahoo.com Nis__san 05 AltIma, 2.5 RoadKing Classicf,-.,. $.4. -. 3 MECURY 01 V iage
REB By KZ, 5th W. 2774 BMW 545i sedan, 4 S, 5 speed, 31k mi. Excel., 6700 miles, sunroof, $4500, 334- Van, fully loaded,
REB By KZ, 5thhW. aeton,,0'f. door, loaded, V8 su- Ford '99 Taurus, 4 like new, $12,900 850- Extra's! $14,300. 793-0677 102K miles white ex-
Like new. Non- Phaeton, 07 40ft. 4 per clean, 47K miles, door, all power, 110k 482-2994 334-369-8139 cellent condition
Smoker, No Pets, 3 slide-outs,15K mi. warranty. $29,995. miles. Great shape $5-500 334 740 9155 EJl In
Slides, Deluxe Refrg A350i CAT diesel, 334-701-5550 $3,200 334-685-0560 . ^HI . .$5,5003347409155
Slides, Deluxe Refrg Allison 6sp. 7.5 diesel3- 50d 2 9K
w/ icemaker, gen. 4 dr. frig w/ Ho nda '02 HX 99K$5 B .� Wanted
Convection/ Micro, icemaker, W/D in miles, $4500 OBO.Automobiles
King Bed, Fireplace, motion satellite dish, 845-642-2700 2678 Railroad SL. Cotondale, FI
2 A/C, Washer/ Dry- rear & side cameras, God carter or rehr'mnnl ihoml r S enill Rceni reliFr-
er, Carefree Awng Lome theater sys. Honda '03 Accord EX, Harley Davidson '07 Chevy '07 Tahoe, Wanted m997 1998 b hGrea bu for 57 9900 MIS# 235997
rCe , Leather euro recliner black, leather, sun-R2orCevRolet 4X4
Morryde Susp.,Rear desk, King bed, roof, very nice, Road King Custom, 24,800 miles. Like or Chevrolet 4X4 will
Entertain- ment, Ta- Brake-Buddy for tow BMW '98 325C1 87K $10,500.334-726-1215. Pearl Yellow, 6-spd., new, CARFAX. All pay cash 850-849-
ble 4/Chairs, 2 car. Garage stored. $8,995W.M.Car Honda 05' Accod EX NISSAN '06 Altima 3000 mi. Loaded. Like power. Rear DVD. 7002 Nancy.
Leather Recliners, Many other options ales LLC 1919 W.. 4dr33Kmi. Blue, Sedan. Auto. 4- new! Always covered Sell less thanNADA y D
Coach w/chase.7000, 334-797-3617. St. 334-699-5880 Gold, tinted cyl. 61,000, Loaded, and garage kept. value. 334-632-0144
$57,000, - -* REDUCED www.westmaincar windows,clean, runs well, sunroof, includes sundowner Chevy Trailblazer 08'
4 R DC s es moon roof $13,900. very clean Like new. seat w/ backrest, black, LS 31K mi A/C
'03 Class A Monoco sales.com 334-793-1370 $15,500. 334 333-4655. windshield, rush & Rear air Exc. Cond.
1995 Travel Trailer, La Palma. 2 slides. Buick '75 Skylark, Honda '06 Accord, mufflers. $15,995. $15,000. 334-791-9115i.
cold AC, excellent 1� bath. Loaded! Vintage, 34K miles, berg., gray cloth inte- 334- 393-0064
cond., $4950 negotia- Inci. car dolle & all MUST SEE! Paint & org auto. tra nste 6- 334-393
ble. 334-393-1558 furnishings (dishes, sell for thousands disc cd, 60,575 mi., " i,- I1 -
th Wheel,'06 36 ft. towels, etc.) $65K. $5,500. OBO 588-2607 $13,125obo. 791-4190 NISSAN 06 Altima .
Monte Bay,4 334-790-3480. NISSAN '06 Altima, 95 Ford F-800 dump
slides e Ram Tioa Arrow 27 Honda '06 Civic, Gray Blue, Sedan. Auto. 4- truck, low miles, au-
'07 3500 Diesel dual- Motorhome'88, 4dr, a/c, 5sp, power. cyl. 61,000, Loaded, to, diesel, $11,500.0
ly. Tow package & whiteAuto.8 cyl. Nissan '08 Versa, -m & codi6runs well, sunroof, 3189
Reese Hitch Asking Pow.brakes & steer- Hatchback, Blue Ext, $12,900. 334-243-4166 very clean, Like new. HarleyFord 5 Sprt Tr.: Bann Rd. CHEVY '66, custom lone. l
$74,300. 334-655- ing, A/C, AM/FM, Black Int, Auto. $15,500. 334 333-4655. Harley Sportster 06' XLT Adrenalin Pack- CHEVY '66, custom nt .\ir .il, r -i 'u ,i I -4wn . W&I i- ,iit,
1100. runs well, low VLincwaoln ai.,wncar TaOrr'La&nge 1200R, Vance ..eLoaded' 68K V8. ps/lb, swb, auto, li iisr
You name i- . - miles,Fair cond.Has 10,200, CD, Keyless 109K mi. Loaded Take over 1 yr. Lease & Hines Short Shots, age. Loaded! 68K runs& looks good. I inr" (hln.i i, ti" ,i lC , .o'i c tlic,
You name it... leak damage. $6000. Entry, $13,500 OBO, white $3,500. 334- 08' Mercedes E350 braided lines, 8,900 Great cond. $14,000. Needs some work. i,- .' ni M iS 234703 $137,500
Classified has itill 850 526 2840. 334-333-6590. 796-2555 $606. Mo. 790-5983 mi $7,995. 794-8037 334-793-9265 $2,500. 334-735-5404 iiinu MIS# 234703 $3750









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1014
Dodge '98 Ram 1500
Xcab. $575 down, 0%
Interest Daylight Au-
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470-0650 9am/9pm
Ford '03 F150 super-
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6, Exc. Cond. White
ray int. bed ext.
14K obo. 596-3189.


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One Owner. New
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Below NADA Value.
334-618-4533


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side, REDUCED,
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MSTA $5,500 obo.
334-671-3772.


flatbed dump truck, 6
cyl. 4 sp. $3,900 OBO
229-334-8520, 334-
355-1202
Ford '97 Ranger Ext.
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Looks good. $3400
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$219 per month.
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GMC '95 dump truck,
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$61,500.
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673-4630

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79K ml. exc. cond
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PROJECT NAME:
Paving 08/09 Phase 2
Sealed bids, submit-
ted in triplicate, will
be received by the
Board of County
Commissioners of
Jackson County, Flor-
ida, (Owner), until
2:00 p.m. (Central
Time) October 29,
2009 at the County
Administration Build-
ing (Purchasing, Stan
Hascher), 2864 Madi-
son Street, Marianna,
FL 32448 for the con-
struction of the fol-
lowing described
Projects:
This bid will include
the following Proj-
ects. Each project
will be considered as
a separate bid. Con-
tractors do not have
to bid all the proj-
ects.
1. Lake Drive (from
End of Pavement to
Garrett road- .09
mile)
2. Lake Seminole
Road (from Curlee
Road to River Road -
1 mile)
3. Old Greenwood
Road (from Dogwood
Drive to SR 166 - 1.11
miles)
4. Old Cottondale
Road (from US 90 to
Gable .Road - 0.29
miles)
5. Moneyham Road
(from Old Cottondale
Road to End - 0.36
Miles)
6. Bunny Trail and
Colonial (from City
Limit to End - 0.53
miles)
7. Pilcher Road (from
End to End - 0.45
miles) ,
8. Riverbend Road
(from End to End -
0.36 miles)
9. Cook Road (from
Fillmore Road to End
- 1.12 miles)'
10. Callaway Street
(from Pelt Street to
SR 71 - 0.26 miles)
11. Limestone Lane
(from Blue Springs
Road to End - 0.48
miles)
12. Blue Arrow Drive
(from Blue Springs
Road to End - 0.3
miles)
13. Race Lane (from
End to End - 0.2
miles)
14. Skyline Drive
(from Blue Springs
Road to End - 0.43
miles)
15. Sylvania Planta-
tion Road (from Blue
S springs Road to SR
69-4.89 miles)
It is the intent to per-
form all projects.
However, if the total
costs exceed the al-
lowable budget,
some projects may
be eliminated. This
decision will be made
by the ' Board of
County Commission-
ers. A Mandatory
Pre-Bid Meeting will
be held on October 8,
2009 at 9:00 AM Cen-
tral Time in the Jack-
son County Road De-
partment (confer-
ence room) at 2828
Owens Street, Ma-
rianna, FL. The dead-
line for receipt of
questions will be
Monday October
26, 2009 at 5:00 PM
Central Time. Ques-


tions must be sub-
mitted in writing to
the County Engineer
( e m a i
lalvarez@jacksoncou
ntyfl.com: fax (850)
482-9063) with a copy
to the Purchasing Di-
rector (em iI
shascher@jackson :
untyfl.com; fax (85-,
482-9682).
Bids will be open-d
and recorded at 2:00
PM (or immediately,
thereafter) on Oct...
ber 29, 2009 at tr,, I
Jackson Court. I
Board of Court,
Commissioners
Board Room at 28,A-.
Madison Stre-r
Plans, specification;..
and contract docu-
ments will be open
for public inspect :.n
after noon on Oct...
ber 5, 2009 at the
Road and Bridge c.
fice at 2828' Owenr
Street. Bid docu
ments must be ct.
trained from:
County Engineer
Attn: Larry Alvare:
2828 Owens Street
Marianna, Florida
32446 (850) 482-9677
upon payment of ,
(no charge) i: er
set which amovnt
constitutes the cost
of reproduction and
handling. This pay-
ment will not be ret
funded.
The Owner reserve-s
the right to waiv�
any informality or to
reject any or all bids
Each Bidder must de-
posit with his/ter
id, security in the
amount, form and
subject to the condi-
tions provided in the
Information for Bid.
ders. Sureties used
for obtaining bonds
must appear as ac-
ceptable according
to the Department ot
Treasury Circu at
570.
No bid may be wiit
drawn for a period of
ninety (90) days after
the scheduled clos-
ing time for rece ct
of bids.
To the extent appil
cable to this project.
attention of Bidders
is 'particularly called
to the requirements
as to conditions' of
employment to be
observed and mini-
mum wage rates to
be paid under ,the
Contract, Section 3.
Segregated Facilities.
Section 109 Executive
Order 11246, and all
applicable laws and
regulations of the
Federal government
and State of Florida,
and bonding and in-
surance require-
ments.
IN PARTICULAR, BID-
DERS SHOULD NOTE
THE REQUIRED AT
TACHMENTS AND
CERTIFICATIONS TO
BE EXECUTED AND
SUBMITTED WITH
THE FORM OF BID
PROPOSAL.
EQUAL OPPORTUNI -
TY EMPLOYER'
HANDICAP
ACCESSIBLE/FAIR .
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