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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:
2010
Frequency:
Daily (except Saturday and Monday)[<1979-1995>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
daily
normalized irregular
Language:
English

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna

Notes

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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright Jackson County Floridan. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
Resource Identifier:
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000366625 ( AlephBibNum )
sn 95047182 ( LCCN )

Related Items

Preceded by:
Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by:
Marianna Floridan

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Motorists face multiple charges


STAFF REPORT
Two Fort Lauderdale-area men who ran
out of gas on Interstate 10 near Marianna
late last week were arrested on multiple
charges after one of the two allegedly
threw an object at a passing motorist and
shattered a window in the vehicle.
According to Lt. Jerry Maddux of the
Floridan Highway Patrol, Joseph Fuller
and Zachery Levy, both 18, were traveling
in a passenger car when they ran out of gas
near the Chipola River bridge.


After they tried several times to flag
someone down for assistance, Maddux
said Fuller threw something at a passing
semi-tractor trailer rig out of anger and
desperation.
The object, believed to be a bottle, shat-
tered the windshield of the truck. The
driver pulled over and called authorities.
Fuller and Levy weie located on the side
of the interstate. The car they were travel-
ing in was subsequently searched.
Authorities found a pair of python
snakes in an aquarium in the car. The rep-


tiles were reportedly near death due to the
cold. The snakes were taken to a reptile
center in Tallahassee, where they are being
nursed back to health, Maddux said.
The snakes are pets of one of the men,
although Maddux did not immediately
know which one they belong to. There are
no charges against the men related to the
snakes.
Troopers also found drugs and two guns
in the car, one of which was stolen,
according to Maddux.
Fuller, of Oakland Park near Ft.


Lauderdale, is charged with possession of
more than 20 grams of marijuana, posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia, grand theft of a
stolen firearm, carrying a concealed
weapon, being a delinquent in possession
of a firearm, and throwing a deadly missile
into a vehicle.
Levy, of Ft. Lauderdale, is charged with
being a delinquent in possession of
firearms, carrying a concealed weapon,
possession of more than 20 grams of mar-
ijuana, and possession of drug parapherna-
lia.


Hospital performs well in drill Couple
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BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Jackson Hospital staffers aced their annual disaster
preparedness training exercise last week, according to
safety and security officer Greg Grant.
"They did very well," he said. "We identified a couple
of small communications issues, but overall it was just
very impressive."
He said members from every department participated.
The exercise was part of a larger effort to test the indi-
vidual performance and readiness of facilities using the
National Incident Management System.
The staff and volunteers were given three fictitious sce-
narios to deal with at the same time: a bomb threat, mass
casualties in an Interstate 10 crash, and people who were
trapped in a wastewater treatment facility accident and
were being exposed to hazardous gases.
The demands of the NIMS system required that the
team have its decontamination unit set up within 30 min-
utes. Jackson Hospital staffers had their tents, biohazard
suits and other elements up and ready in eight minutes
flat.
Grant and other hospital representatives also had words
of praise for fire-rescue personnel and law enforcement
teams who participated in the drill, as well as volunteer
nursing students from Chipola College and the
Community Emergency Response Team who acted as
"victims'" in the crisis.
Hospital officials said it is imperative to test readiness
each year, so that staff is prepared in the case of a real
emergency with multiple crises happening at once.

A hazmat suited Kyle Evans jumps for joy during the
final minutes of an emergency preparedness drill at
Jackson Hospital Wednesday. Participants in the drill
had to deal with decontaminating victims of a haz-
ardous gas leak as well as a severe car accident and a
bomb threat at the hospital. - Mark Skinner / Floridan


One dead


in deadly


1-10 crash
STAFF REPORT
A Tallahassee man died last
Saturday after crashing into a
semi on Interstate 10 in neighbor-
ing Washington County, accord-
ing to Florida Highway Patrol.
Robert R. Pate, 48, was pro-
nounced dead at the scene by
paramedics following the 11:30
a.m. crash.
According to the highway
patrol, the driver of a Peterbilt
tractor-trailer rig reported he was
eastbound and on cruise control
at approximately 67 miles per
hour when he felt a large explo-
sion and looked into the rearview
mirror. He saw dust and debris
flying, and pulled into the emer-
gency lane to investigate. He
reported seeing Pate's vehicle
stuck under the trailer of his rig.
The driver of the semi, 76-year-
old Yerasimos Drakatos of
Holiday, was not injured in the
incident.


Boy, 12,

holds up store

with toy gun
STAFF REPORT
A 12-year-old boy is accused
of holding up a store clerk with a
toy gun last week in northern
Walton County.
Just after 7 p.m. Thursday
night, authorities say the boy
See GUN, Page 4A >


Chipola College's new radio controlled blimp flies high in the gym during the Indians game
against Gulf Coast Community College Saturday. - Mark Skinner / Floridan


College unveils its blimp


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Chipola College debuted its new remote-con-
trolled blimp last Saturday night at the first con-
ference basketball game of the season.
Athletic Director Dale O'Daniel also happens
to be a radio-controlled aircraft enthusiast, and
he piloted the craft that day. It measures 8 feet
across and 4 feet in diameter.
He let it hover over the crowd and drop
coupons into their hands during halftime.
O'Daniel said it was more challenging than his
usual winged aircraft.
"I thought I was a pretty good pilot, but it
wanted to go in every kind of direction," he said.
"It's filled with helium, it's lighter than air, so
any thrust will pull 'it. It got sucked in the air
conditioning vent once, because the pull was
greater than the pull of the motors. I had to get
someone to turn off the (ventilation) unit so it


would come free."
O'Daniel said he'd been wanting for some
time to get the blimp for Chipola, and was plan-
ning to ask several people to participate in the
$2,000 purchase as sponsors. But when he ran
into Keith Williams of State Farm Insurance at a
club meeting and told him about it, Williams
agreed to buy it and use it as a "floating bill-
board" for his business.
Lightning Graphics put State Farm's billboard
on the blimp and also did all the other graphics
free of charge, O'Daniel said. Three local busi-
nesses contributed coupons.
Walmart gave away $10 gift cards, for exam-
ple, while Partenza Salon and Spa gave away
first-visit discount coupons and Madison's
Warehouse Restaurant gave away meal coupons.
O'Daniel said he thinks the blimp was well
received by the crowd, both as an extra bit of
See BLIMP, Page 4A >


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Cottondale

burglary
STiFF REror.T
A couple faces burglary and
grand theft charges leveled by the
Cottondale Police Department.
According to Cottondale Police
Chief Willian Watford, the case
See BURGLARY, Page 4A �


Dog in rabid

raccoon .

case missing
STAFF REPORT
The dog that killed a rabid rac-
coon on Jan. 7 is missing from
the fenced area at its owners'
home near Marianna. Health
department officials officially
quarantined the dog after the rac-
coon was confirmed to have
rabies, but allowed the dog to be
kept for observation with the
owners after the encounter.
If is not known whether the dog
has rabies, as the dog went miss-
ing before the quarantine period
elapsed.
It is also not known whether
the animal escaped from his pen
at the residence off Granberry
Drive, or whether the dog was
stolen, according to T.G.
Harkrider, environmental health
director at the Jackson County
Health Department.
Residents are asked to be on
the lookout for the dog but not to
approach it, because of the dan-
ger that he contracted rabies from
. the raccoon and could pass it on
to humans.
The husky niix is four-and-a-
half months old. has blue eyes,
and gray and white fur. He was
wearing a red collar when last
seen.
Anyone who thinks they may
have been exposed to this animal
is being urged to seek medical
attention immediately.
Residents are being asked to
call the health department at 526-'
2412 if they think think they have spot-
ted the dog. The line is manned
24 hours a day, seven days a
week. Callers can also notify
authorities via 911.
Harkrider said animal control
officers have set traps in the
vicinity of the animal's home in
hopes of catching him if he left
on his own.
In the event that he was stolen,
officials are urging the person
who took him to call authorities
and allow someone to pick the
animal up as soon as possible,
because the dog could pose a
health risk.
"If you took it, you might not
know what you have." Harkrider
said. "We're interested in the
public health aspect, letting
everyone know that the virus is
shed in the saliva, so the dog lick-
ing the hands, face, nose, or an
open wound could constitute a
transmission to someone if it
turns out that he does have
rabies."
Granberry Drive is located off
Lawrence Road, east of Marianna
in the Cypress area.


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January 12 - Tuesday
* The William Henry Milton Chapter 1039,
United Daughters of the Confederacy, meets
at Jim's Buffet and Grill, 11 a.m. for a Dutch-
treat lunch, followed by ritual and program,
"From Saltpetre to Gunpowder." The history
and heritage group welcomes female descen-
dants of Confederate veterans to meet the
second Tuesday of each month, September-
November and January-May. Call 663-2570
or 482-3477. -
* The Republican Club of Northwest Florida
meets every second Tuesday of the month, at
noon, at Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna.
Speaker (via video conference): Marco
Rubio, candidate for U.S. Senate. Call 718-
5411.
* The Optimist Club of Jackson County
board meets every second Tuesday, at noon
in the First Capital Bank, Marianna.
* Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes Tuesdals, 1
p.m. at the Jackson County Senior Citizens
center, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call
482-5028.
* The Jackson County School Board con-
venes a special board workshop at 4 p.m.' in
the board room of the JCSB offices. Call 482-
1200.
* Quit Smoking Now classes begin at.
Chipola College Health Science Building,
Room 104 at 5:30 p.m. Curriculum devel-
oped by ex-smokers for those who want to
become ex-smokers. Program is free;
Nicotine Replacement Therapy assistance is
available. Call 482-6500.
* The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees
convenes a Joint Conference Committee
� meeting at 5:30 p.m. in the Community
Room of the Hudnall Building.
* Life Management Center hosts a free
information session on foster care and adop-
tion, 6 p.m. at 4403 Jackson St., Marianna.
Call 1-866-769-9481 or e-mail
cbascetta@lifemanagementcenter.org.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Tuesdays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

January 13 - Wednesday
* Covenant Hospice Volunteer Workshop, 8
a.m. to 4 p.m. at 4440 Lafayette St., Suite C,
Marianna. The workshop for new volunteers
is free and open to the public. Food, drinks
provided. To register, call 482-4820.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Wednesdays, 12-1 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.


January 14 - Thursday
* The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at Graceville High
School, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Center closed. Call
526-4403.
* Jackson Blue Spring Basin Working
Group will meet from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in
the Continuing Education Building at Chipola
College. Call 718-2761, ext. 3248 or e-mail
tidwella@chipola.edu.
* The Jackson County Library Board meets
in workshop, 3 p.m. in the Board of County
Commission chambers, to continue plans for
a February fundraiser.
* The Jackson County School Board con-
venes its regular board workshop at 4 p.m. in
the board room of the JCSB offices. Call 482-
1200.
* Late registration for the Spring Semester
at Chipola College ends today. Call 718-2311.
* The Chipola Regional Workforce
Development Board Inc., 4636 Highway 90
West, Suite K, Marianna, will convene a
Finance/Audit Committee meeting at 5:30
p.m. and a general meeting at 6 p.m. Hearing
or speech impaired persons can contact Lisa
Wells, 718-0456, ext. 101.
* The Town of Grand Ridge convenes a
Planning and Zoning Committee meeting at
5:30 p.m. in the Grand Ridge Town Hall. The
regular council meeting for January-will fol-
low at 6 p.m. Call 592-4621.
* Marianna's Gathering Place Foundation
hosts a charity dance every second Thursday
of the month at Jim's Buffet and Grill. Cost is
$6. Bring a canned or dry good for Chipola
Family Ministries. Call 526-4561.
* AA closed discussion - Thursdays, 8-9
p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in AA room.
Attendance limited'to persons with a desire
to stop drinking.

January 15 - Friday
* The Jackson County Development
Council Inc. series of technical and educa-
tional workshops starts Jan. 15 with "Steps
to Starting a Small Business," presented 1-4
p.m. in the upstairs conference room of the
Nearing Court Office Building, 2840 Jefferson
St., Marianna. Cost is $20 per person, due in
advance. Reservations required. Contact Toni
or Roy at 526-4005. Registration closes at 5
p.m. two days before class meets.
* Better Breathers meets 2-3 p.m. in the
Hudnall Building Community Room, 4230
Hospital Drive, Marianna. Jackson Hospital
Emergency Department Director Eddie Duke,
RN, presents "What to Expect in the ER." No
cost to attend. Bring a friend or caregiver.


Light refreshments served. Call 718-2849.
* Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment" Fridays at
Evangel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill
Road. Dinner at 6 p.m. (free for first-time
guests); meeting at 7 p.m. Child care avail-
able. Call 209-7856, 573-1131.
* AA open meeting - Fridays, 8-9 p.m. at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.

January 16 - Saturday
* Panhandle Pioneer Settlement hosts its
annual hog butchering, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. at
Wells Cabin on the Settlement grounds,
17869 N.W. Pioneer Settlement Road,
Blountstown, in Sam Atkins Park. Admission
is free. Breakfast and lunch plates available
for donation. Call 850-674-2777; e-mail
info@ppmuseum.org.
*The Alford Community Health Clinic, 1770
Carolina St., Alford, is open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The free clinic is for patients without medical
insurance and meeting federal income guide-
lines. Appointments for short-term or chronic
conditions available by calling 263-7106 or
326-5783; walk-ins welcome.
* AA open meeting - Saturdays, 4:30-5:30
p.m. at First'United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.
* St. Joseph Masonic Lodge No. 99 of
Marianna's Annual Masonic Banquet is at 6
p.m. in the New Mount Olive Missionary
Baptist Church Fellowship Hall, 2870 Barnes
St., Marianna. Guest speaker: The Rev.
Obadiah White of Chipley. A $10 donation per
person is requested. Contact any Lodge
member for information.

January 18 - Monday
* Chipola Chapter, NSDAR will meet at
Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna, Dutch treat
lunch at 11 a.m.; meeting at 11:30 a.m. The
program, "Vital Prosthetics," will be present-
ed by Dale Peterson. Contact Regent Ellen
Wright: footprints@phonl.com, 482-7685.
* The Malone Joy Club meets for a covered
dish supper at 5 p.m. Bring items for auction.
* Relay for Life of Central Jackson hosts a
Team Captains Party, 6 p.m. in the Golson
Elementary School cafeteria.
* Concerned American Patriots of Jackson
County meets 6-7 p.m. at the Ag Center,
Highway 90 West (next to National Guard
Armory), Marianna. Scheduled speakers are
candidates for the District 2 House seat: Al
Lawson (D) (unconfirmed), Paul McKain (W)
and Steve Southerland (R). Attendees will
have the opportunity to ask questions.


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POLICE ROUNDUP


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MARIANNAPVO/1rULI E
The Marianna Police
Department listed the
following incidents for
Jan. 10, the latest avail-
able report: One traffic
accident, one reckless
driver, two
suspicious 2 = --'-
persons, two .' -
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bances, oneCRIME
prowler, one "Z
burglar alarm, one panic
alarm, one juvenile com-
plaint, one animal com-
plaint, three surveillance
details and 18 traffic
stops.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the


following incidents for
Jan. 10, the latest avail-
able report: One drunk
pedestrian, one dead per-
son (natural causes),
three abandoned vehicles,
one reckless driver, three
suspicious vehicles, one
suspicious incident, six
suspicious persons, one
special detail, one drug
offense, 13 medical calls,
two burglar alarms, one
panic alarm, one fire
alarm, six traffic stops,
three larceny complaints,
one criminal mischief
complaint, two civil dis-
putes, one trespass com-
plaint, one found/aban-
doned property report,
one follow-up investiga-
tion, one juvenile com-
plaint, one noise com-


plaint, one fraud com-
plaint, one property
check, two motorist/
pedestrian assists, one
retail theft, three assists
of other agencies, one
child abuse complaint
and two public service
calls.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting periods:
- Bernard Barkley, 26,
4402 Mars Lane,
Marianna, failure to
appear (driving while
license suspended/
revoked).
- Floyd Hill, 41. 270


SE Britt Place, Lake City,
burglary of a structure,
two counts of petit theft.
- Erin Slay, 25, 2908
Green St., Marianna,
driving while license sus-
pended/revoked.
- Guy Hancock, 40, no
fixed address, trespass
after warning, disorderly
intoxication.
- Juan Antonio, 30,
2600 Denton Road, Apt.
W230, Dothan. Ala., no
driver's license.
- Hermingo Diaz. 22,
4705 . Watson St.,
Marianna, no driver's
license, tag attached not
assigned.
- Ritchie Pittman, 40,
4446 Jackson Road,
Cottondale, possession of
crack cocaine, driving


while license suspended/
revoked.
- Demetrius Batson,
24, 3297 Lovewood
Road, Cottondale, pos-
session of crack cocaine,
possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana.
- Morrell Bellamy, 20.
2906 Maple Lane.
Cottondale, possession of
crack cocaine, possession
of less than 20 grams of
marijuana.

JAIL POPULATION:
193

To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
.5000.
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Cub Scouts in Pack 170
started the new year on an
exciting note as Webelos
Scouts worked on earning
Handyman badges, and
Wolves and Bears worked
on earning Astronomy belt
loops.
Webelos rotated through
various work stations
throughout the den meet-
ing. At the bicycle work
station, they were shown
how to check the air pres-
sure and add air to tires,
lubricate the chain, and the
overall general upkeep of a
bicycle, under the instruc-
tion of Assistant Cub
Master Steve Hutton.
At the car work station,
Tony Walker taught the
scouts how to check the oil
level and tire pressure, dis-
cussed unique features of a
hybrid car, and provided
information about the
transmission and other key
factors' in the maintenance
of a vehicle.
Webelos leader Mary
Ann Hutton worked with
scouts on the proper way to
change a light bulb and
other ways each scout can
be a "handyman" at home.
Wolf and Bear Scout
leader Wilson Sanchez pre-
sented a program to his
group on astronomy.
Scouts were required to
draw a diagram of our solar
system and identify the
planets and other objects;
demonstrate how to focus a
simple telescope or binocu-
lars, and explain a variety
of terms, including planet,
star, solar system, galaxy,
the Milky Way, black hole,
meteor and more.
For more information.
about the Scouting pro-
gram, please e-mail coke-
hut@digitalexp.com, or
call Mary Ann Hutton at,
209-2818.


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Jan. 25 from 6 to 8 p.m. with regis-
tration at 5:30 p.m.; and the following
Saturday from 8:30 a.m. until 2 p.m.,
with registration at 8 a.m.
The.Monday evening class will be
broadcast via satellite and will
include two presenters, Dr. Richard
Miles, professor of poultry nutrition
and management, Department of
Animal Sciences, University of
Florida, Gainesville; and Gary D.
Butcher, D.M.V., M.S., Ph.D., profes-
sor, poultry diseases, College of
Veterinary Medicine, University of
Florida, Gainesville.
Saturday will focus on the basic
fundamentals of raising poultry in


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First grade students at Golson
Elementary, privately enrolled, or
home-schooled in the Marianna school
district are eligible to compete for the
title of Little Miss Marianna. All Little
Miss contestants must permanently and
physically reside in a 32446 or 32448
Marianna zip code. Little Miss
Marianna is a National Peanut Festival
preliminary pageant.
Students who are in sixth, seventh or
eighth grade at Marianna Middle
School, or who are privately enrolled or
home-schooled in the Marianna school
district are eligible to compete for the
title of Junior Miss Marianna. All
Junior Miss contestants must perma-
nently and physically reside at a 32446
or 32448 Marianna zip code.
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The deadline to enter the pageant is
Monday, Jan. 25. Information packets
are available from the Jackson County
Chamber of Commerce, Lemon
Squeeze Salon and Boutique, or Debbie
Dryden at Marianna High School (deb-
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Jan. 16.
ACHC is a free clinic for
patients without medical
insurance and meeting fed-
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to those with short-term ill-
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walked into the Paxton Tom
Thumb store on U.S. Highway 331
and pointed a wood barreled long
gun at a female clerk. He demand-
ed money from the cash register.
After she handed him an undis-
closed amount of money, the clerk
says, the boy thanked her and left.
A deputy patrolling in the area
noticed a boy who matched the
suspect's description walking
north on Highway 331. The young
man attempted to run before being
stopped. He was apprehended and
handcuffed by the deputy.
The 12-year-old, who lives in the
vicinity of the hold up, was crying
and told the deputy, "Please don't
take me to jail," authorities said.
Investigators found the stolen
money and toy weapon used in the
stick-up just off U.S. Highway
331. The suspect was first trans-
ported to the Walton County Jail,
and later transferred to the
Department of Juvenile Justice in
Crestview.
An investigator for the
Department of Children and.
Families has been contacted, and is
assisting the Walton County
Sheriff's Office in the case.


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Burglary
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against Joshua Hicks, 18,
and Rebecca Harp, 26,
began after someone called
to report a suspicious
woman in their neighbor-
hood around 2:55 p.m.
Thursday.
Watford said he responded
and found Harp walking in
the area of Magnolia and
Oak streets.
She told him her
boyfriend had stepped into
the woods to relieve himself
and had then gone on to a
friend's house. Harp said she
was waiting for a ride from
her sister.
Suspicious of her story,
Watford ducked into the
woods to have a look for
himself.
Watford found Hicks hid-
ing in a thicket, he said,
along with some jewelry and
cash that allegedly had been
taken from a house on
Magnolia Street, across
from where Hicks was
found.
A window pane had been
broken out of the front door
to gain entry to the home on
Magnolia, Watford said.
Watford said it appears
Harp had been acting as
lookout in the caper.
In the Jackson County jail
docket, Hicks' address is
listed as Milton, while
Harp's address is listed as
Chipley. However, Harp
may actually live in
Fountain, Watford said. The
two gave statements indicat-
ing they're a couple,
Watford added.


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entertainment as well as a
chance to pick up some bar-
gains or freebies.
In addition .to the coupons,
the blimp dropped a card
giving one 'person in the
crowd a chance to shoot
hoops for $500. To win, the
individual would have had to
sink a three-point shot, a
half-court shot, a free throw
and a lay-up.
The person who got the
.card wasn't able to achieve
that, but the opportunity will
come again for someone at
the next home game. The
blimp will fly at both the
men's and women's games.
The blimp belongs to
Chipola, and the physical
plant department built a spe-
cial hangar for it on campus.
The box is suspended from
the ceiling of a storage room
there, O'Daniel said.


OBITUARIES


James & Sikes
Funeral Home
Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
482-2332
www.jamesandsikes
funeralhomes.com

Gale Daniels
Capps

Gale Daniels Capps, 51,
of Grand Ridge died Sun-
day, Jan. 10, 2010, at her
residence.
Gale was born Jan. 4,
1959, to Ralph and Eloise
Daniels. She was the first
baby of the new year. Gale
was a lifelong resident of
Grand Ridge and a mem-
ber of the Welcome Assem-
bly of God Church in
Dellwood. Gale fought a
brave, courageous battle
with leukemia. Heaven is
her new home.
She was preceded in
death by her parents.
She is survived by her
son, Justin Hurst and wife
Sherry, of Grand Ridge; two
sisters, Sandra Riggsbee
and her husband Jim, of
North Augusta, S.C., and
Kaye Williams and her hus-
band Buddy, of Marianna;
four grandchildren; and
special cousin and best
friend, Phyllis Bailey.
The funeral service will
be 10 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 12,
at the Welcome Assembly
of God Church, with Dr.
Thomas Batts and the Rev.
Dewey Meyers officiating.
Burial will follow in Wel-
come Cemetery, with
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel di-
recting.


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Lillian
Musgrove
Chason


Lillian Musgrove Chason,
86, of Altha passed away on
Saturday, Jan. 9, 2010, after
a long battle with
Alzheimer's disease. She
died in the home of her
daughter and son-in-law,
Charlene and Mike Fansler.
Lillian Chason was born
in Altha on Sept. 28, 1923,
to Charles T. and Margaret
Iona Musgrove. She was
the sister of C.D. Musgrove,
sister-in-law of Amy Rish
Musgrove, and the half-
sister of Carlos Musgrove
and Ordell Musgrove
Hendry.
Shewas the widow of Hu-
bert L. "Hub" Chason, who
died in 1994, after 48 years
of marriage. They lived on
the Chason family home-
stead at Page Pond in Cal-
houn County. They raised
four children: Dr. Karen
Jeanne Chason, Charlene
Chason Fansler, Hubert L.
Chason Jr., and Amy Lisa
Chason Hinson.
Mrs. Chason is survived
by her children; their
spouses, Mike Fansler, Lisa
Frances Chason and Mark
Hinson; as well as her
grandchildren: Hulbert L.


Chason III, Christopher
Cullen Chason and Ashley
Jonsson,
Mrs. Chason graduated
form Altha High School
and attended Florida State
College for Women, where
she received a bachelor's
degree in social studies
with honors and later, a
Rank II teaching certificate.
She valued education very
highly and worked her way
through college via a "Din-
ing Hall Scholarship" at
FSCW, and through a spe-
cial program, attended Co-
lumbia University in NYC
for a semester.
After college, she re-
turned to Altha High
School where she taught
history, English and jour-
nalism for 35 years. Some
of the students included
Rep. Don Fuqua, D-Altha,
and J. Earle Bowden, editor
emeritus of the Pensacola
News Journal.
Lillian Chason was a life-
long and dedicated mem-
ber of the Altha First Bap-
tist Church, where she sang
in the choir, taught Sunday
school and served as
church secretary. She and
her husband, "Mr. Hub,"
also a teacher, loved gar-
dening, the outdoors and
spending time with family.
She was a wonderful cook,
talented teacher and was
much loved by those in the
family and church family.
She will be remembered
and missed by all who
knew her.
Visitation was at Peavy
Funeral Home in
Blountstown, 6 to 8 p.m.
Monday, Jan. 11.
The funeral service will
be at the Altha First Baptist
at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Jan.
12. A brief graveside cere-
mony will follow at the
New Shiloh Cemetery in
Chason.
Mrs. Chason may be re-
membered with flowers, or
friends may honor her
memory with a donation to
the Altha First Baptist
Church or Autism Speaks.


Brown Funeral Home
1068 Main St.
Chipley, FL 32428
850-638-4010
www.brownfh.net

Samuel
Homer
Corbin

Samuel Homer Corbin,
67, of Cottondale died
Monday, Jan. 11, 2010, in
the Washington County
Health and Rehabilitation
Center.
A native and lifelong resi-
dent of Washington Coun-
ty, he was a retired con-
struction worker and was
of Holiness faith.
He was pre-deceased by
his parents, Moad and
Frankie Corbin; a sister,
Odean Gamble; and a
brother, W.J. Corbin.
Survivors include his
wife, Shirley Corbin of
Cottondale; one son, Ricky
Corbin of Cottondale; three
daughters, Patricia Adams,
Charlene Rice and hus-
band John, and Vicky
Vaughn and husband Tom,
all of Cottondale; three
brothers, Travis Corbin
and wife Rhonda, of
Cottondale, Lindsey
Corbin and wife Luetta, of
Chipley, and Charles Ran-
dolph Corbin and wife
Cynthia, of Cottondale; a
sister-in-law, Ira Bell
Corbin of Cottondale; one
stepson, Christopher
Walley of Cottondale; two
stepdaughters, Ashleigh
Walley of Cottondale and
Kimberly Kent of Wyom-
ing; 10 grandchildren; and
11 great-grandchildren.
The family will receive
friends Tuesday evening
from 5 to 7 p.m. at the
Brown Funeral Chapel,
Brickyard Road.
The funeral service will
be Wednesday, Jan. 13, at
10 a.m. in the Chapel of
Brown Funeral Home,


Brickyard Chapel, with the
Revs. Robert Simmons and
Ronnie Wright officiating.
Interment will follow in
Sapp Church Cemetery,
Friends and family may
sign the online register at
www.brownfh.net.
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
482-2332
ww.jamesandsikes
funeralhomes.com

Mary Madge
Eldridge
Hinson

Mary Madge Eldridge
Hinson, 91, ofDothan, Ala.,
died Friday, Jan., 8, 2010,
at Southeast Alabama
Medical Center in Dothan.
The funeral service will be
1 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 12, at
James & Sikes Maddox
Chapel in Marianna. Burial
will follow in Campbellton
Baptist Church Cemetery,
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel di-
recting.
The family will receive
friends one hour prior to
service at the funeral
home.
Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
526-5059

Earnest J.
Paulk

Mr. Ernest J. Paulk, 73, of
Marianna passed away on
Saturday, Jan. 9, 2010, at
his residence. He was a life-
long resident of Jackson
County.
He was preceded in
death by his parents, Edgar
and Ella Paulk; and his
brother, Raymond Paulk.
Survivors include his spe-
cial friend, Karen
Kornegay; sons, Randy


Paulk of Marianna, Dennis
Paulk of Altha, Billy Paulk
of Altha, and Danny Paulk
of Ft. Gaines, Ga.; his
daughter Patricia Paulk of
Palatka; brothers Alvin
Paulk and wife Shirlene, of
Marianna, Mondale Paulk
and wife Pat, of Richton,
Miss., and Ray Paulk and
wife Rosie, of Atlanta; 14
grandchildren; and eight
great-grandchildren.
The funeral service will
be held on Wednesday,
Jan. 13, at 10 a.m. in the
Church of the Nazarene,
with Mr. Luke Myers offi-
ciating. Interment will fol-
low in the Hickory Level
Cemetery.
Visitation will be Tues-
day evening, Jan. 12, from 6
to 8 p.m. in the Marianna
Chapel Funeral Home.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements.
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at
www.mariannachapelfh.co
m.

James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
482-2332
www.jamesandsikes
funeralhomes.com

Iduma M.
Richards

Iduma M. Richards, 86,
of Sneads died Saturday,
Jan. 9, 2010, at Jackson
Hospital in Marianna.
The funeral service will
be at 11 a.m. Wednesday,
Jan. 13, at the Salem Wes-
leyan Church near Sneads.
Burial will follow in the
church cemetery with
James & Sikes Funeral
Horime Maddox Chapel di-
recting.
The family will receive
friends 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday,
Jan. 12, at the Salem Wes-
leyan Church, 2764 Salem
Church Road, Sneads.


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'FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna High School
boys soccer team picked up a dis-
trict win Thursday night with a 4-
2 win over district rival. Chipley
at Bulldog Stadium. Prior to the
start of the game, 10 senior
Bulldogs were recognized for
their years in the soccer program.
Those seniors honored were
goalie Nick Harris; defenders
Sammy Muniz, Curt Stephens,
Joseph Gibson and Brandon
Massengill; and offensive players
Caleb Corbin, Thomas Parrish,
Ryan Rudd, Preston Skipper and
Alton Stone.
All seniors were in the starting
line-up when they took the field,
along with right mid-defender
Michael Mader.
The Dogs struck first early in
the first half, with a goal off the
foot of Sammy Muniz. Later in
the first half, Preston Skipper
notched a goal with an assist from
Brandon Massengill. At the half,
the Bulldogs had a 2-0 lead.
Following the break, the Tigers
found the back of the next to
make it 2-1, before Alton Stone
got his name in. the books for the
third Bulldog goal of the night.
Skipper added an-additional goal,
with Chipley answering with a
goal of their own.
Harris recorded nine saves
while allowing just two goals on
the night.
Prior to the Bulldogs taking the
field, the girls kicked off their
senior night against the Lady
Tigers of Chipley. The girls were
shut out 6-0.
Five senior girls were honored


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BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTs EDITOR
After watching a 14-point lead evaporate,
the No. 5 Chipola Indians regrouped and, held
on for a 71-69 win Saturday night over the
visiting Gulf Coast Commodores.
Chipola (16-1) led 36-32 at halftime and
extended to 54-40 with a 7-0 run early in the
second half.
However, the Commodores answered with
an 18-4 run of their own, tying the game at
58-58 on a Willie Kirkland 3-pointer with
7:34 left in the game.
Fortunately for the Indians, sophomore
guard Lashay Page saved his best for last,
scoring 11 of his 15 points in the final five
minutes of the game.
Page's jumper with 4:55 on the clock put
Chipola up 60-58.
After a driving basket by Gulf Coast's
Johnnie Davis tied it back up, Page hit a 3-
pointer to make it 63-60.
Another triple by Page put the Indians up
68-62 with 3:02 to play.
After Kirkland answered with a 3-pointer
of his own, Page again had the response with
his third triple in a row, for a 71-65 lead with
2:20 on the clock.
Gulf Coast got the deficit back to two with
a basket by Davis and a tip-in by Michael
Porrini. This followed a miss by Davis, after
Porrini had stripped Dexter Ellington at the
other end.
Leading 71-69, Chipola had a chance to put
the game away, but Ellington missed a
jumper. Gulf Coast called time out near half-
court with 5.3 seconds to play.'
With three fouls still to give before Gulf
Coast would be in the bonus, Indians coach
Jake Headrick called for' his players to com-
mit fouls on the Commodores after consecu-
tive inbound plays. This ran the clock down
to 1.9 seconds before Gulf Coast's final
attempt.
The strategy was successful, as the
Commodores were left with a desperation 3-
See INDIANS, Page 6A >


Chipola's Marvin Fitzgerald tries to get clear to make a pass Saturday against the
Commodores. Chipola won that game Saturday. -Mark Skinner/Floridan


Lady Indians can't handle Gulf Coast


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR


age 6A > The No. 1 Gulf Coast Lady
Commodores exploded at the
start and cruised to 91-43 victory
over the Chipola Lady Indians
Saturday night in Marianna.
With the win, Gulf Coast
remains undefeated at 16-0 and
2-0 in Panhandle, Conference
play.
It was the conference debut for
Chipola (10-7), with Gulf Coast
having taken a win over
Tallahassee on Wednesday.
Andrea Smith and Mary Nixon
each scored 16 points to lead the
Lady Commodores on Saturday,
with Caitlin Rowe adding 10.
Ty O'Neill led Chipola with 12
points.
Gulf Coast jumped out to a 22-
2 lead to start the game, and led
44-15 at halftime.
Chipola coach David Lane said
his team simply couldn't answer
the intensity and execution of the
Lady Commodores.
"It was nothing we weren't
prepared for," the coach said.
"We missed some shots we nor-
mally make, and it rolled down
hillearly. They were more physi-
cal and aggressive than we were,
and we didn't respond to it."
Smith and Nixon combined for
20 first-half points. Gulf Coast
took advantage of 14 Chipola
turnovers to build the 29-point
halftime lead.
Also helping was a 15-5 advan-
tage in offensive rebounds for the
Lady Commodores.
"We just don't box out," Lane
said. "We just turn and watch the
rim. It's one of the simplest
things in basketball. When the
.ball goes up, you find your man
and put a body on them. But we


Chipola's Tykiesha O'Neil drives to the hoop Saturday.. The Lady Indians fell to the Lady Commodores
in weekend action. -Mark Skinner/Floridan


don't do it for some reason."
Gulf Coast finished with a 55-
30 rebounding edge for the game,
including 25 offensive rebounds.
The Lady Commodores were


also extremely sharp on offense,
shooting 47 percent from the
field and the 3-point line, and
having seven players score eight
or more points.


Lane said his players have to
figure out how to raise their game
to the level necessary to win in
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point heave by Davis,
which banked off the rim as
time expired.
It was an exciting finish
to a game that appeared to
be getting out of hand early
in the second half.
"J told the guys that you
have to be ready for this in
the Panhandle Conference
because these teams won't
quit," Headrick said after
the game. "Gulf Coast
fought hard to the end. But
this is why kids come to
Chipola, to play in games
like this. The atmosphere
was unbelievable. It shows
how tough this league is."
Page's 15 points led
Chipola, with John Taylor
adding 11, and Ellington
and Keith DeWitt each
contributing 10 points.
Kirkland led Gulf Coast
with 20 points, with the
former Gracaville star scor-
ing 12 of those points in the
final 20 minutes.
Porrini also chipped in
18 for the Commodores.
Davis added 15, but he shot
just 6-of-22 from the field
and l-of-8 from the 3-point
line.
Gulf Coast shot only 30


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prior to the start of their
game: Shelby Basford,
Brooke Ferrell, Kara
Roberts, Cheri Webb and
Amelia Wester.
Webb had seven saves in
the goal for the night.
Friday night's match up
against Pensacola Catholic
was not as kind to the
Bulldogs 'and Lady
Bulldogs. The Lady
Bulldogs fell 10-0,' while
the Bulldogs were shut out
8-0.
The Lady Bulldogs were
scheduled to take on East
Hills Christian School from
Pensacola Monday. Both
the boys and girls teams are
scheduled to travel to
Franklin County Tuesday
night, before their final reg-
ular season game on
Thursday at Rickards.


Chipola
Continued From Page 5A

the Panhandle Conference.,
"We talked and talked
about what the Panhandle
Conference was like," the
coach said. "There are no
magic words, you just have
to go out and take it. We've
got a decision to make. We
can upset about it and
respond by getting better, or
we can just continue to go
get beat because it's not
going to get much easier
from here."
Chipola next goes on the
road Wednesday to take on
Pensacola, then returns
home Saturday to face
Northwest Florida.


percent from the field as a
team. But the
Commodores stayed in the
game with offensive
rebounding, cleaning up 24
off of the offensive glass,
compared to 14 for
Chipola.
"They"'re as good of a
rebounding team as there is
in the country," Headrick
said of the Commodores.
"They really hurt us down


there, and they really shot
the three well also. That got
them back in it."
But Headrick said he was
proud of how his club
responded when the pres-
sure was at its highest.
"Our guys answered the
bell. They really hate to
lose," the coach said.
"That's the one thing I'll
say for my guys, they real-
ly hate losing. John Taylor


and Keith DeWitt both
gave us a great lift in the
first half, and in the second
half it was Lashay Page. He
struggled early, but he
stayed patient, stepped up
for us late and hit some big
shots."
The Indians next go on
the road to play Pensacola
on Wednesday, then return
home Saturday to host
Northwest Florida.


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Pets & animals - B1BdA:in f0rd fi f 6n0clcool- ao,2 4- .1,t . $2,e000. Honda'03Accosrd EX, m mi 1 k|rar.$5,300229 4
$350 + dep 850- 579- flip/flop 60 gal. cool- sacrifice a $29k 850--tomize. $2,000. 5bHonda '03 Accord EX, oanming warr. 48K.$5,302-3 34-820
3,2`/209-1664/573- engine, trolling 2007 Ford Edge. roof, very nice. 334-445-3652 or 256- leave message Honda'07 Shadow
Sry engine, trolling SEL Plus, loaded Chrystler 300 '66 $9,500. 334-726-1215 452-8026 Custom Motorcyle red/blk flames $4400.
motor, depth fin er, Motor Homes/RVs Leather, 17,000 miles. Convertible, Red, Trailer 5X8 $500. 726-1434/677-5489
:Ef Mobile Home in Bimini Top, $8,000. 334 793 0095 Runs good, $10k 850- Honda '06 Civic, Gray Mazda 96' clean, OBO. 256-365-0328. Kaaki-8
,r,,: nwood area 334-347-5511 Day, 526-4126 4dr, a/c, 5sp, power. good cond. White Kawasaki '08 Vulcan
, 850-569-1015 334-347-6045 Night Sth Wheel '06 RV ,69,500 mi., Good tas $1695. 334-793-2142 HARLEY Davidson'01 900 custom, 2400
outback by Sidney, mileage & condition. Road Kin Police, miles, windshield,
Free Pets Policy 3/2 DW on lac., 2008 Fisher 1754, sleeps 6, w/ living rm $11,500. 334-243-4166 Mercedes '04 Benz 16,500 miles. White, saddleba s, red. Re-
S$700/mo 1st & sec. 40hp mercury, 4- slide, extras, Honda '0 C E320X sports pack- clean & shop kept. duced to $5700. 334-
Your pet deserves load 850-579-8849/678- stroke, mtr guide, $15.000.334-347-7976 H a 7 cEX, age, charcoal/black $11,000. 334-774-3663 692-3337 or 796-5421
ing, caring home. An ad 988-2714 trolling mtr, Hum- 33,200 mi, navigation, interior. 59K miles.
for a free pet may draw mingbird 565, TAC, :, ...:.,r., ..-,. '.,,,-,,,-. ... sunroof, 35mpg, au- $17,000. 334-806-7190 HARLEY DAVIDSON
response from individuals 3/2 in C'dale, no pets, bil um livewell .. tomatic $13,900 334- '02 Fatboy with lots
whowillsellyour4nimalsfor CH/A $425 850-258 bilge pump, live , . . w , Corvette '81 685-6233 Mercedes 98' SLK230, of Chrome, Black,
whowillsellyoura~nimalfr CH/A $425 850-258- 334-798-0010 "" " leather Hd. top, Con-o$10,5 Black,
research or breeding pur- 1594/638-1171 Iv :.. ,r ,,,..:,,'-. .'.- Automatic 350 Honda '07 Civic EX leather, Hd. top, Con- $10,250 352-303-2713
poses. Please screen re- message 22ft SeaRay, $1000 ' " ' (Silver) sell as is silver, coupe, 5sp, Supcharged,4 Harley Davidson 02'
sponden carefully whetn2 0 cyl. Cd, 89K mi. Harer Davge S oin 0
spondents cafully when t to Own: 2 & 3BR obo No Motor 256- Cruise r 1:.:r :LE. ,)- . $6000. OBO 39K miles, $13,200 or $10,500. 334-898-1201 Heritage Softail
nn w MH's. Lot rent incl. 3201-1657 -,-rT .... h..:.. . . : 334-774-1915 OBO. 334-308-1112 Springer like new to
SFor details 850-557- Bass Tracker '09 Pro -- 3.1 a -cninc, 2001 .... Honda --07 Civic EX Nissan '05 Altima, 2.5 many ext. to list Kawasaki 09' Z I4
3432/850-814-6515 16, 30hp mercury mo- 22k mi., no smk, 7kw leather, loaded, sun- Honda '07 Civic S, 5 speed, 32k m. 4,600 mi. $12000 Monster energy edi-
Catlls2/1Located 1tor, 34strokerconsoleuy m- 2k m, no sk, 73- , .silver, coupe, 5sp, k, tispe ed, m 4- 2 ,000 Mons
2Cats /8 8- 6 tor, 4 stroke console gen. 3 sl, SAT, 2 TV, 2 roof, $23,500. 334- . 39K miles,0 0 or like new,REDUCED 334-235-2995 tlon. pipes, power
Small 2/1 Located steering 461b thrust A/C, auto leveling, R 685-10709K miles, $13,200 or $11,900 850-482-2994 commander, high
home 8wks old.850- Mobile Homes KEYWEST17 6" like w/jcam.p, $60k without OBO. 34-308-1112 Fit rt) 334714 28 HARLEY Davidson '03 flow air filter, low
FRE592-31 KITTENSarlitters trying i motor, tilt & ca h R a Nissan '08 Altima Road King, 95" sta e miles. $ i0,500.
box trained 850-526- water & garb. incl. trim, fishing decks tow/brake system, ,u t UD Wsan RA 2, erwity,9 sta, oawil e s. $0,-5
r , . 3 per mo. Call Ron $10,500. 0 m334- 3-8 3 B334-9-2





FrKe W m as850)209-8595. P3aybuoy5 942 18 foot- longm, tood shape, (334)699-5880 o rIK N W!ed, do.n c rol rm a Leave M ess cooter
Free kittens to good Auto air, 6 cyl, $75k t . . tr ps au- e- 334-714-0028 R 15 334-803-50 '05, 200mi, Blu
home, re wks old. 850- MobieHomes KEYWEST 17'6" like w/jeep,60k without . . K m. onda 9 t (sport) Harley Davidson 07' $1650 850- 2581638
592-ert3or1ud new suzuk mt115 jeep, both in great . :- . oaded owm et BU M E Ultram C laustomsic 108 miles,000
5243'iar Jhp 4 stroke, gps - cond. selling due to tlo.a ,,,l _me , BU,,_" ..... -'... 334- slerwgray.&black ml. Peatprwie, l R awasaki 09
Dog ling mtr, cd/fm/am , health. 850-352-2810 $7,90 West Main 684-2006 c s n geatrlie, Nnad Led Nwa 209
33 ' BR MHs in Ma- $16,000. 334-34 LELL887 .. (334)699-5880 i-er r warrantyL new.
rianna & Sneads or 3344490162 Dodge '77 Motor Car SalesLLC Datsun '78 280 2+2 $1 Ford900 3..34..87.3171 Nissan 08 Altima $15,000. firm 612-3964778 w/jacket 3500 mrt
AKC Weimariner (850)209-8595..Home,Class C, 22' 1919 West main St. original owner 572-Z+ :,,15,9-,r,:,1 i n h:... ru HarleyDvids5, 06 ket,50.m
Ready now. $400. Playbuoy '94:18 foot- long, good shape, 334) 699-5880 oi speed , fuel injected, 5' ilt ,- ri o9913d Leave M1ess
3344 320900Pontlln boat runs A/C evervthine (3-6s muf u el.in m.jected ,.. , :eIToy OrangeM Co cho p

Frn"s ,hurdi_:,v .r... E, ,, -, '-, , .. r , , :.:, ' pe4000 miles, 1 year 693-9390 or 701-5588







m,, L.]r, ^* u ni r . m. 311 , - r "I.:) -' I r ." ,T:. ) .S... 94e6lnr .: E8'rirnlA. warrnty eft-----
iread., L. :.q:.' 'iF .. lurleelw d. e I. For ' . i . .I $1.744..43En 98o








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WAhT lK .' -a.I...L . :..: H. -. -JG't tFisher 07.11"1' i,,iid $3500 714 7, - ,:,4445
-rIN.Irll '0 I1 3K?0 Ik-rr
-W A N T E D e ._r , , ,. r T , Il ,, P la'- r .: r F r ,: B MW . , I ,. ) , ,, -i I LENL LN T 0 R e d u c e d : L E X U S Ly2 p e rfe' c t cor n dtr
O ce "u S .-..-.1 -i.- .I , 1. LLn $5,395 mresM ar ac Harley Davidson 96 .
tered e. 830-4877 Center Console, boat, CXL 1 owner' cean ,r ,rr Sales LLC1919 T r 334-899-1212 flame red, excel.






Peas. We crack Pe . Dual Axe Tr. w/ Save $25K or more. $9300. 334-699-1925 r down $249 per month '08 1200 Sportster guard covr trickle
cans. 334-793-6990 e S brakeswh runs Diesel lids.4300 e Call Ron Ellis Custom, 108 miles,

















er | Skeeter 99'rBass * R 'I.:Eu - , '-.E_ T rl, ' ,,, ,, '!':': 4 ,:,l,-, r dCall 2 rm.,nr Harley SpErtter 6 '
33 4 7 . S:.c1 real-estate 5HP lotoe>tiI. : -T.L.: . LL' , , , .IT (334) 699 -5880 334-714-0028 w warranty, Like new .
el trying mot.&.live L.: bFm . 5 ':e c .,o .. *i. ':. Fd H ner SFHines Short-.8,0 Shs0,334-7 78. YAMAHA'06ytr.,








S- wells, good cond. . ar r.i L, Buc '9 1 Volkswagen '*0 Be radedlpe)es 890 Roadstar 1700cc,
N.neri -~r0. 334- 5~9 4r,, , hr -. . r . .. .r ,u. . CL L H arley D avidson '08 B ike, carbon n exh., nw
851675 . " --.,l ful oaded- I ,.,: L US . .., ' ; l ElectraGlideClassic, tires, brakes, 334-
,ua.ioW ntr . i'." e Moi/Qo , 334-687-9663 I 34-70 1-. 4--051 or $375 "l,- Int $17,000. 334-618-4430- - United Motor Scooter
EH ab a pi8 , . OB. 1,.a ,jrr dilc-9 Bru o ..rd e'.[,Ih u.:.F, - '08. 80mpg, 1000 mi.'s






















Training provided. g eWelcraft 88'P23 ft. Pow.brakes & steer- cnd., f2200.1-334-475-1723 Y a6.500 WEST MAIN m
Sx ,CeInter cou e 25 n .. ,AM/FM, 2000. OBO 334-693- I JAGUAR i a r -80-40- Harley Davidson '08 $3000. mfw 445-6302
Cal88-53-500s c ge Johnso ou d , r ,. loF 3 T, $12,9s 4 .- GREAT 06509am/9pm Low Rider, less than












paved road, Grand 2995 8505262840. Blackloaded, exc. Ford95'MustangCo- VW 0 Nw B l - 16 warran- our, Inct
I.Ri .. I rdge area, $500 Fr cond. Fr: BMW age kept notable $2500850- ,' LE LL 0 TuReduced: LEXUS Honda 03'TX rfect 1800cond.
aval.850-526-5170 Tralers Fod Taurus, 4 WEST MAIN CAR sette, r92 Runs great! manyex- or new chrome ed$13,500kenew
Jackson County, FL* .::.r. ower 110k SALES LLC ceLooks good! $3,500, 0.334-308-139 5 $6,990.334-714-4001
offi cer r ,,29-.46it-,,.IE P 'l Jack 239-464-0985
Of Mtce :ue 9 I A LL 4-m4 r1.1 . 9 miles, 2 -Harley Davidson '96
Penn Ave. Maranna /microwave oven - '_J, r.:,. 4 wheel Saturn '98 SL2 5-sp. Fatboy, red & white,
& Vegetables 750 sqft. CH/A water slide out $25,500.. at shape 1919 WEST MAIN runs good. $1334-7900. 13K miles, great
incl. $430/m o 850- Seacraft, '89 20ft 334 -718 -.46 , 718 - Bu ik k ,' L ,'.::4 .r 'u o. o 334-389-0791 shape, $8,500. gr,r,av. sector , 0 r.
Will Not Divide Center ConsoTrailer will sell 0793 CXL, 1 owner, clean 4-685-0560 334-699-5880 06 Paat load 334-899-1212 flame red, excel.
Plenty of Fresh Pro- C motor&terailer car, 6 c inFORD w Car 9 SES dm bile 93y . . cond.. 6K mii1198 ccle
duce and Frozen al estate 225HP Johnson Mtr, Monoco Knight '06, dual climate control S rte n ,ic , , K o. 1 9K.,3-3001 gvige 85 8. T r11
Peas. We crack Pe- Dual Axle Tr. w/ Save $2K or more. $9300. 334-699y1925 sft c hoc r- 1. ini













des t 482-5631/557-7332 interior, 4 cylinder $2000. 334-897-5482. 334-648-5817 3347-0414 Equa Housng Opportunity
cans. 334-793-6990 residentialfor sale brakes,wh.,runs Disel 4 ides. 4 XM radio , CD, onstar,













well, very clean, m,. 592-4793-T r. ;'Ul,:r', "= .,I4,,:Too a .,oun 0am.oT $16,900.e334-797-0987 r M.
FREE . rGreat cond. $6,850. nR Ti+c st : e . . .3-...~FL,8:.. mr i-asLret
employee nt8334-696-5505.5n n M1 - . -.M OL i 4,l -',.t, FULLY LOADE' . ..



































850-638-3751 loaded, no smoke, no co for more 4 door, automatic mens bike, $100 850- 2nd edition. Bears brown, $125 850-263- cooker/canner used, med blue, 28"x
Farms/Land/Timberp Exc. Cond i nformation.- transmission, Like 408-1183 $3/ea, babies $2/ea 7059 w/racks $30 850-592- 144" & 28"x48" $20
Skeeter 99' Bassiler'06 Cessna 172 & 182 exteriorharcoalin- EXCELLENT COND- Boots, Black Law En- Like New w/carrrt- Oreck vacuum clear TOMTOM 720
boatFullc. . 5HP motor angardinMar. exc.,.. 2WDABS,AC TON.STLL N USE enforcement, Womans ridges.Try it out $65 e Orange 1200R, GPS usVace
a O ,. . ond. $2000 850-569 AM/FM, bucketseats $4 (850)482636 size 9 $40 OBO 850- (850)592-2507 wHinesShortShots, YAMAHA'06
M Bnn.FL. .n welling mot . &iv L s, sdgrr Adult bedside potty 209-1622 Kin. firm support, 4" Buc 5207"''-'
eH e nd . 334-886-9065 , .,1r o, aii BuI '5 L _ d lt Volkswagen ' table $100.raided lines, 8,950-209- Roadtar 1700cc,
2/1 house in Sneads, - Tur, ,r r ...' iin ,u e u '3ae-sel. 42K a FF SEWING TreBlack, Motorcycle.
pet,$450+dep.850- Utilty Vehicle 660 S s9 273 super clean, 50K mi : .1 -, ,: , ,1l, 4 P, HDszSeal '97, Fatboy, Pew- 5000 miles. Vance




















&2BMHott92_______m110 hours payo 33-7494-8897 w 7 1 . - D kOBO ect iltop pa 2w s ecm
c os lico G cREAT BUY a3 1/4 ton truck or TIOGA ' ...r.. CADILLAC g,:,, .T .s1 1se . iLncl gl C s2 46o
m r1 a 25 New 3R 2 A, $6500. 334-596-1694D 1H..e--' J T ,. D - ...u E ..:. . De .T C`r rol Oie. Tr g5 W,1er. cu l
4e 8e8/209--7 2was $168K now S ' - -9 Ti'- Chevy 0T. hIF0.- ... - h,- r. . - RCA surround s tnes1, egw e arnage ePt
$138, reduced l Supra '90 TS6M vn., vry c lesar fully loaded. $120 CO TE 1 e , 00 ) 3- -- d $60e $0
Quaityanon trol. $GreatNco wnd comp,900i/wakefullylonadedxceobo d.334-7-505 n., .t, whiex5" ()II85i dBlMod
$ 3-Quality C3ones-6olr96 $3334-70K113 ' bwn 3 5 , oe $38,000 334-687-96631 or 334-701-1836 4- U7 188 0.
Earn up to $100/day. pymt if qualified board great shape 334-797-5051'34 18 3,..-L
3r3 76l 3s4es. (we 334-796-3424 Motorhome '86, coed., fully restod s. es ceL
retail stores. (owner) 4 white,AuEo. cyl. ham Fleetwood. Top ood needs AC, VOLVO '04 S4, 11 0K




















- Hr by elTrai8 8 2 2t nod. 4 cond., fully restored i x C. 52 so i
Training provided. Wellcraft 88 23 ft Pow.brakes & steer- $5,200. OBO 334- 693- 80 1-334-475-1723 8$30.500 WEST RuAirl5
NO- exp. req. Cente counsel 225 inig, A/C, AM/FM, 3980o Ford '93 Taurus, runs Ex ...e6 reE ca Pk 22 soHondar rI '/ Re k,e s.
4al0t ates r ssle J 0n elect oni 3cx5 miles'Fair cond Has CHEVROLET '08 5220 0 3348075-123 Y4r8-607.249cc270
leak 8 8e-. B3 ts-3 e9 r J h r t ar da m g .$.0r:,3
reilerita 2acresMOL on Sale $8500334235 leak damage. $6000. Corvette convertible,i CPEC.E rg, rnpr,$2500. Yamaha'7VStar


a 2irtb Dv de Cargo Trailerd ils6 33 8 0- T w a Ga n Aarfelnet
avea Ci . E70 e 6 cL n oie ,. . n nFord ' ,Taurush 4 WEST MAIN CAR sette, runs great, ex- r new chrome ed, 5K., Like new
� Jackson County, FLI 1 6. :..,r. )IIuPower, 110k SALES LLC cellent gas mileage. $6200. 334-308-1395 $6,990. 334-714-4001
Lg Tyiber w/Creek for $2200 or trade y- LImmediate occupancy on 3 BR
Apartments- CountyRd Frontage for an RV/ Travel Lincoln T- wn Car 91 Oldmobilet'93tSilhot ed, blue/black, GPS, apartments with subsidy available.
,,Nowner T'r,-',-r.ithwsle rtmdiMntuconNd.,nette, tan,1pwr sattalite radio, new 3070 Carters Mill Road
Furnished Near Compass Lake Trailer/ 5th wheel/ burgundy, 39,390. windows/locks, CC, tires, like new inside Marianna, FL32446
Call owner '99-'04 with slide and aChevrolet'08 Malibu New tires, nice int., sunroof, 161K I own- & out. 119K, moving 850-482-5358, TDD/TF Y 711
A .850-509-8817 pay difference. 850-73 LT, Maroon with gray needs back shocks. er, $1800. MUST SEE! overseas. $12,000. Equa58Housing Opportunity
duplex apts. Free 482-5631/5 3 i3 4-WheelDrive interior, 4 cylinder, $2000. 334-897-5482. 334-648-5817 1334-347-0414 _. _ EqualHousing ____________
cableaptsFreuatehm 2o19XM radio, CD, onstar,
garb/sewage 850- luned sunroof, 12,000 miles.
- . I..- ~~t IJ iI . s... r .ondi- 700-r- a Low

Apartments [-J0cod.4

90 oGrand Ridge, 1BR
1BA, $425/mo 772- MobleHomes E * 19465. ,
285-2475 Z ') Er.:,:upe Sur
FREE 1/month rent FSBO, 9+ acres http: , Jtr,.:,:.rr,
$575 + dep 850-482- Washington Co. off 3`11 .-:lide A. 2. A. C, resq.l-,tn Ori naCI Malibu LT, remote
5134 A8ford Hwy 175K 5.5K Generator, pwood2n28hyahoor start, 9,200 miles, 21 speed Roadmaster Beanie Rabies, 1st & Futon couch, new, Mirro 22 qt pressure Throw rugs, never
850-638-3751 loaded no smoke no comn for mone 4 door, automatic mens bike, $100 850- 2nd edition. Bears brown, $125 850-263- cooker/canner used, med blue, 28"x
Farms/Land/Timber pets Exc Cond. formation transmission, Like 408-1183 $3/ea, babies $2/ea 7059 w/racks $30 850-592- 144" & 28"x48" $20
eaI statefor.e1 recreation $36,500334-714-4001 Flight Club Share '83 New condition, silver 54" BIG SCREEN TV- 850-209-3491 HPPhotosmart 8200- 1288 for all 850-272-8967


$600/mo, $250 dep trailer $1500 new Like new! only $28K I
850-526-8367 cond. 850-447-2859 334-791-4192
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transportationans Trucks-HeavyDuty legal Notices Legal Notices Legal Noticesotics Legal Notices Legal Notices LegalNotices J
FORD '77, Ft00, 350 ING MORE PARTICU- LF14807 DEGREES 04 MI- NORTH RIGHT OF STREETER A/K/A
VS, long wheel bas LARLY DESCRIBED COMMENCE AT THE Any person cleaning NUTES 21 SECONDS WAY OF EASEMENT DRUSILLA W.
S auto, ps/pb, runs & AS: SOUTHWEST COR- IN THE CIRCUIT an interest in th sir- EAST ALONG THE TO A POINT TAN- STREETER; are the
.- ' -.. looks go/od. $2,500. r A NER OF WEST 1/2 OF COURT OF THE plus from the sale, if NORTH BOUNDARY GENT. THENCE RUN Defendants, I will sell
.,,!N *losgd.$735-5404 LOT 12 IN BLOCK F NORTHEAST 1/4 OF FOURTEENTH any, other than the OF SAID LOT 19, A ALONG CURVE AND to the highest and
.OF WEST PARK SUB- SECTION 32, TOWN- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT property owner as of DISTANCE OF 71.35 SAID RIGHT OF WAY best bidder for cash
Carseeker - . FORD 77 F100 DIVISION TO TOWN SHIP 5 NORTH, IN AND FOR JACKSON the late of the Lis FEET TO A CONCRETE FOR AN ARC DIS- atNORTH DOOR
FORD ,,i . hr. , " , short wheel OF MARIANNA, JACK- RANGE 10 WEST OF COUNTY, FLORIDA Peindens must file a MONUMENT, THENCE TANCE OF 311.71 JACKSON COUNTY
Conversion, 42K mi, oase, runs & looks SON COUNTY, FLORI- JACKSON COUNTY, CIVIL ACTION clair within sixty DEPARTING SAID FEET. SAID CURVE COURTHOUSE, MA-
ionve tires, di,d seats good. $2,500.00. DA. AND: BEGIN AT FLORIDA; THENCE (60) lays after the NORTH LINE RUN HAVING A RADIUS OF RIANNA, FLORIDA at
'y 7, good cond. $11,000 334-735-5404 THE NORTHWEST NORTH 89 DEGREES CASE NO.32 2008 CA sale. WITNESS SOUTH 00 DEGREES 380 FEET AND A CEN- 11:00AM, on the 9th
YAMAHA '08 V V-star obo. 334-308-1112 Ford'90 F150Truck, CORNER OF LOT 12, 41 MINUTES 53 SEC- 000646 MY HAND and the 30 MINUTES 00 SEC- TRAL ANGLE OF 47 day of February,
YAMAHA08 V Vstar otor, r BLOCK F OF WEST ONDS EAST, 1294.73 DIVISION seal of this Court on ONDS WEST, 89.18 DEGREES. THENCE 2010, the following
250, burgendy,.1836 Ford '98 Windstar, .0runs great, speed PARK SUBDIVISION FEET; THENCE January 7, 2010. FEET TO THE POINT DEPARTING SAID described property
miles. $2695.334-693- $475 down, 0% Inter- trans grea, tool ox TO TOWN OF MA- NORTH 0 DEGREE 25 WELLS FARGO BANK, OF BEGINNING. RIGHT OF WAY, RUN as set forth in said Fi-
5454 est. Daylight Auto Fi- tinted windows, RIANNA, JACKSON MINUTES 45 SEC- NA, Dale R. Guthrie NORTH 44 DEGREES nal Judg-
nancing 1-800-470- tinted B8in4ows, COUNTY, FLORIDA; ONDS WEST ALONG Clerk of the Circuit A/K/A 4470 DOLPHIN 34 MINUTES 29 SEC- ment:
FSport Utility Vehicle 06509am/9pm 0 OBO50482- THENCE SOUTH 16 WEST RIGHT OF WAY Plaintiff Court LANE, MARIANNA, FL ONDS WEST 494.61
-0__p m 6066/272-2499 DEGREES 56 MI- LINE OF BUMP NOSE Plaif 32446 FEET, TO THE CEN- A NEW PARCEL OF
GMC 98 Savannah Hi NUTES 02 SECONDS ROAD 1426.06 FEET; vs By:/s/ Beverly TER THREAD OF THE LAND LOCATED IN
top van. leather, i EAST, 187.49 FEET; THENCE CONTINUE Hatcher Any person claiming CHIPOLA RIVER. THE SE 1/4 OF THE
-..or, Q-bed, 2 TV's . THENCE NORTH 87 ALONG SAID RIGHT IDA S. DANIELS, etal, Deputy Clerk an interest in the sur- THENCE RUN NORTH- NW 1/4 OF SECTION
..,. clean, ballgame -.4 3. DEGREES 34 MI- OF WAY LINE NORTH plus from the sale, if EASTERLY ALONG 17, TOWNSHIP 4
ready! $4,395.334- NUTES 49 SECONDS 0 DEGREE 35 MI- Defendant(s). LF14806 any, other than the CENTER THREAD TO NORTH, RANGE 7
SL WEST, 16.27 FEET; NUTES 27 SECONDS property owner as of THE WESTERLY WEST, JACKSON
H'n" 'in i 1.1 .. THENCE NORTH 15 EAST, 799.71 FEET; IN THE CIRCUIT the date of the Lis RIGHT OF WAY OF COUNTY, FLORIDA
L HCMC ,. DEGREES 32 MI- THENCE SOUTH 89 NOTICE OF COURT OF THE Pendens must file a STATE ROAD 280A. AND BEING MORE
Chevy'05 Tahoe,t Excellent running NUTS 48 SECONDS DEGREES 54 M- RESCHEDULED FOURTEENTH, claim within sixty THENCE RUN SOUTH PARTICULARLY DE-
49,100 mi, leather r n r condition. Restored, WEST, 182.11 FEET; NUTS 48 SECONDS FORECLOSURE SALE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT (60) days after the 49 DEGREES 34 MI- SCRIBED AS FOL-
very tiies, powder, r, non-smoker condition. Restored, WEST, 182.11 FEET; NUTES 48 SECONDS FORECLOSURE SALE IN AND FOR JACKSON sale. NUTES 00 SECONDS LOWS: COMMENCE
new tires, power, wlide dor $3000 OBO. THENCE NORTH 72 WEST, 1012.50 FEET N AND FOR JACKSON sale. NUTES 00 SECONDS LOWS: COMMENCE
very nice. $18,995 oon roof, rearA/C 334-677-6715 DEGREES 52 MI- TO THE POINT OF BE- NOTICE IS HEREBY COUNTY, FLORIDA EAST ALONG SAID AT THE INTERSEC-
White 850-579-4694 2nd row capt. chairs Sonoma '03 GMC NUTES 24 SECONDS GINNING; THENCE GIVEN pursuant to an CIVIL ACTION WITNESS MY HAND RIGHT OF WAY 65 TION OF THE NORTH-
Chevy Trailblazer 08' Good cond. $13,900 Extended Cab 4.3V6 EAST, 10.95 FEET TO SOUTH 89 DEGREES Order Rescheduling and the seal of this FEET, TO THE POINT ERLY RIGHT OF WAY
black, LS 31K mi. A/C 334-393-8824 Engine Automatic THE POINT OF BEGIN- 54 MINUTES 48 SEC- Foreclosure Sale dat- CASE NO. 32 2009 CA Court on January 6, OF BEGINNING LINE OF HOWELL
& Rear air Exc. Cond. Power brakes & NING. ONDS WEST, 101.85 ed January 6, 2010 000109 2010. ROAD, A COUNTY
$15,000.334-791-9115 Wanted windows.Clean FEET; THENCE and entered in Case DIVISION A/K/A 4769 MAGNO- PAVED ROAD, WITH
1 wanted,; $700. Call 792-0603. A/K/A 4397 FLOR- SOUTH 00 DEGREE 17 NO. 32-2008 CA- Dale R. Guthrie LIA ROAD, MARIAN- THE EASTERLY MAIN-
Ford '00 Explorer AutomobilesEN $7.CE00. Call 792-0603. E DRIVE,MA- MINUTES 12 SECE 17 N000646 oftheCircuit U.S.BANK NATIONAL Clerk of the Circuit NA, FL 32448 TAINED BOUNDARY
4WD, auto, loaded, RIANNA. FL ONDS EAST, 300.00 Court of the FOUR- ASSOCIATION AS Court A OF COUNTY GRADED
black, excellent 3244160000 FEET; THENCE TEENTH Judicial Cir- TRUSTEE FOR RASC Any person claiming CURLEE ROAD AND
condition, new tires, Wanted: Cor ,i .r K NORTH 89 DEGREES cuit in and for JACK- 2007KS3, By:/s/ Beverly an interest in the sur- THENCE RUN NORTH,
101k mi., $4,500 firm. p arts 1965-6S. , .,,, ..on claiming 54 MINUTES 48 SEC- SON County, Florida Hatcher plus from the sale, if ALONG THE EASTER-
334-618-4468 haul oft. 334-. , - r, ,rr.::t in the sur- ONDS EAST, 101.85 wherein WELLS FAR- Plaintiff, Deputy Clerk any, other than the LY MAINTAINED
SFord 98 Exploreri .. the sale, if FEET; THENCE GO BANK, NA, is the property owner as of BOUNDARY OF SAID
Ford'98Explorer, Trucks-Hea . ur. , ..r than the NORTH 00 DEGREE 17 Plaintiff and IDA S vs LF14802 the date of the Lis CURLEE ROAD, 170.0
t. Daylight Auto Fi- p:r,-,r, owner as of MINUTES 12 SEC- DANIELS- GERALD H Pendens must file a FEET TO THE POINT
SDaylncing. 1-800AutoF- . of the Lis ONDS WEST, 300.0 SMITH ANY AND ALL RUSSELL MCNEAL, et IN THE CIRCUIT claim within sixty OF BEGINNING CON-
nancirng -800-470- m-. must file a FEET TO THE POINT UNKNOWN PARTIES al, COURTOFTHE (60) days after the TINUE NORTH,
06509am/9pm thin sixty OFBEGINNING CLAIMING BY FOURTEENTH sale. ALONG SAID EASTER-
GMC '00 Jimmy, ' after the THROUGH UNDER, Defendant(s). JUDICIAL CIRCUIT LY BOUNDARY, 210.0
great cond., $4200 . . i..., , i, ,i TOGETHER WITH A AND AGAINST THE IN AND FOR JACKSON WITNESS MY HAND FEET TO A POINT,
OBO 850-526-2491 ' -' :' " . 60 FOOT PRIVATE HEREIN NAMED INDI- NOTICE OF COUNTY, FLORIDA and the seal of this THENCE LEAVING
askforTom *.. ... ., ii-,,,' *iTraE..- MY HAND ROAD FOR THE PUR- V I D U A L FORECLOSURE SALE CIVILACTION Court on January 6, SAID EASTERLY
2003.1' i ; : ,:r' ,,,.:1 rt.,.: eal of this POSE OF INGRESS DEFENDANT(S) WHO 2010. BOUNDARY RUN
GMC'08 Yukon SLT, 5.3L, AT, 5 1 , i1 i,... ,I Ji .: .,, , January 6, AND EGRESS. ARE NOT KNOWN TO NOTICE IS HEREBY CASE NO. 32-2008- EAST 210.0 FEET TO A
rear bucket seats, New 8 plyr,,. : '"" BE DEAD OR ALIVE GIVEN pursuant to a CA-000846 DaleR. Guthrie POINT, THENCE RUN
power lift gate, 3rd Great cond. i , '- - i '' COMMENCE AT THE WHETHER SAID UN- Final Judgment of DIVISION Clerk of the Circuit SOUTH 210.0 FEET TO
seat, white, 12K 701-0320. 1'. ,. f1li,1. 'C..ithrie SOUTHWEST COR- KNOWN PARTIES Mortgage Foreclo- Court A POINT, THENCE
miles, garaged/ Clerk of the Circuit NER OF WEST 1/2 OF MAY CLAIM AN IN sure dated January WELLS FARGO BANK, RUN WEST 210.0 FEET
perfect.334-692-4124 Chevrolet '06 1500 LealAds court NORTHEAST 1/4 OF TEREST AS SPOUSE , 201 and entered NA, By:/s/ Beverly TO THE POINT OF BE-
or 334-797-7603 Silverado WT, ex- SECTION 32, TOWN- HEIRS DEVISEES, in Case No. 32 2009 Hatcher GINNING.
Hummer '06 H3, 41k cond., $9,500. I Legal Notices 1 By:/s/ Beverly SHIP NORTH, GRANTEES OR OT CA 000109 of the Cir- Plaintiff, Deputy Clerk
miles, moon roof, 37 35Hatcher RANGE 10 WEST OF ER CLAIMANTS; are cuit Court of the A/K/A 2510 CURLEE
leather seats satilite 334-798-3352 Deputy Clerk JACKSON COUNTY, the Defendants, I will FOURTEENTH Judicial vs. LF14804 ROAD, SNEADS, FL
radio blue exterior LF14800 FLORIDA; THENCE sell to the highest Circuit in and for 32460
$22radio, blue exterior. CHEVROLET - '08 LF14801 NORTH 89 DEGREES and best bidder for JACKSON County, ADAM E. BIGALE, et IN THE CIRCUIT
$22,495 OBO.798-9695 2500 Duramax LTZ IN THE CIRCUIT 41 MINUTES 53 SEC- cash at NORTH DOOR Florida wherein U.S. al, COURTOFTHE Any person claiming
[- . L--i- .:71 36K COURT OFTHE IN THE CIRCUIT ONDS EAST, 1294.73 JACKSON COUNTY BANK NATIONAL AS- FOURTEENTH an interest in the sur-
S. ,i.,. :: J..,r, FOURTEENTH COURTOFTHE FEET; THENCE COURTHOUSE MA SOCIATION AS Defendant(s). JUDICIAL CIRCUIT plus from the sale, if
S .. . , ,,, r.,: Itrans- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FOURTEENTH NORTH 0 DEGREE 25 RIANNA, FLORIDA at TRUSTEE FOR RASC IN AND FOR JACKSON any, other than the
, , : : 1 L- New IN AND FOR JACKSON JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MINUTES 45 SEC- 11:00AM, on the 4th 2007KS3, is the Plain- NOTICE OF COUNTY, FLORIDA property owner as of
- Li .-. . .,. blck exte- COUNTY, FLORIDA IN AND FOR JACKSON ONDS WEST ALONG day of February tiff and RUSSELL FORECLOSURE SALE CIVIL ACTION the date of the Lis
S'-,..- ,,.. r,1.: terior, CIVIL ACTION COUNTY, FLORIDA WEST RIGHT OF WAY 2010, the following MCNEAL; DENISE Pendens must file a
*,r., ,* -l CIVILACTION LINE OF BUMP NOSE describedMCNEAL; MORTGAGE NOTICE IS HEREBY CASE NO. 32-2009- claim within sixty
CIVIL'ACTIOGescribed Le CI IVEN pursuant to a CA-000394 (60) days after the
Jeep 04' Wrangler X (334)726-12U9 CASE NO. 32-2009- ROAD 1426.06 FEET; asset forth in said Fi ELECTRONIC REGIS- GIVEN pursuant to a CA-000394 (60) days after the
4.0L 6cyl 5spd4WD Chevy 04'Silverado CA-000554 CASE NO. 32-2009- THENCE CONTINUE nal Judgment TRATION SYSTEMS, Final Judgment of DIVISION sale.
Khaki cir. Soft-Tp, AC white 4-dr. loaded, DIVISION CA-000419 ALONG SAID RIGHT t INCORPORATED, AS Mortgage Foreclo-
am/fm/cd/mp3, alloy 87K mi. Exc. cond. DIVISION OF WAY LINE NORTH COMMENCE AT AN NOMINEE FOR sure dated January WELLS FARGO WITNESS MY HAND
whis, Mopar bmpr & BOSE radio system CHASE HOME 0 DEGREE 35 MI- EXISTING CONCRETE FRANKLIN CREDIT 06, 2010 and entered BANK,NA, and the seal of this
gril grd.Exc.Cond. $16,500. 334-6180017 FINANCE LLC, THE BANK OF NEW NUTES 27 SECONDS MONUMENT. MARK- MANAGEMENT COR- in Case No. 32-2008- Court on January 6,
1 owner - 3 rd car. YORK MELLON EAST, 799.71 FEET TO ING THE NORTHEAST PORTION; DOLPHIN CA-000846 of the Cir- Plaintiff, 2010.
LOW MILES- 37,300 CHEVY '66, custom Plaintiff, TRUST COMPANY, THE POINT OF BEGIN- CORNER OF THE LANE HOMEOWNER'S cult Court of the
$17,999. OBO V8, ps/pb, swb, auto, NATIONAL ASSOCIA- NING; THENCE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF ASSOCIATION, INC.; FOURTEENTH Judicial vs. Dale R. Guthrie
334-803-6882 runs & looks good. vs. TION FKA THE BANK SOUTH 89 DEGREES SECTION 28, TOWN- are the Defendants, I Circuit in and for Clerk of the Circuit
Jeep '98 Cherokee, Needs some work. OF NEW YORK TRUST 54 MINUTES 48 SEC- SHIP 6 NORTH will sell to the high- JACKSON County, KENNETH B. POTTER, Court
good condition. $2,500.334-735-5404 JAYOTIS M WASH- COMPANY, N.A. AS ONDS WEST, 1176.30 RANGE 9 WEST OF est and best bidder Florida wherein etal,
$1900. 229-78-3798 INGTON IS A/K/A SUCCESSOR TO FEET TO A 100 FOOT JACKSON COUNTY for cash atNORTH WELLS FARGO BANK, By:/s/ Beverly
$1900.229-768-3798 Chevy '71 El Camino, JAYOTIS WASHING- JPMORGAN CHASE CUL-DE-SAC BEGIN FLORIDA; THENCE DOOR JACKSON NA, is the Plaintiff Defendant(s). Hatcher
Nissan 04' Murano 350 Engine, $7500 TON, et al, BANK N.A. AS TRUST- CONCAVE EASTERLY; RUN NORTH 88 DE- COUNTY COURT- and ADAM E. Deputy Clerk
loaded, new tires, 850- 594-3282 EE FOR RAMP THENCE RUN SOUTH- AGREES 18 MINUTES HOUSE, MARIANNA, BIGALE; SHARON A. NOTICE OF
color pewter, leather CHEVY '87 delux 10 Defendant(s). 2005RS3, WESTERLY, NORTH- 21 SECONDS WEST FLORIDA at 11:00AM, BIGALE; are the De- FORECLOSURE SALE
int. 72,55K mi. Red w/blk stripes. ERLY, AND NORTH- ALONG THE NORTH on the 11th day of fendants, I will sell to NEED TO
$13,900. OBO 334- $000 3347149558 NOTICE OF PlaintiffEASTERLY ALONG LINE OF SAID NORTH- February, 2010, the the highest and best NOTICE IS HEREBY
673-0823 FORECLOSURE SALE SAID CUL-DE-SAC EAST 1/4, A DIS- following described bidder for cash GIVEN pursuant to a PLACE
Chevy 91' 1500 Short vs. THROUGH A CEN- TANCE OF 1582.06 property as set forth atNORTH DOOR Final Judgment of
bed V-8 auto new NOTICE IS HEREBY TRAL ANGLE OF 286 FEET TO A SET IRON In said Final Judg- JACKSON COUNTY Mortgage Foreclo- AN AD?
paint good cond. GIVEN pursuant to a KENNETH MCKINNEY, DEGREES 15 MI- ROD (PSM NO. 6111) ment: COURTHOUSE, MA- sure dated January AD?
S- $2,500. OBO 334-798- Final Judgment of et al, NUTES 40 SECONDS AND CALL THIS THE RIANNA, FLORIDA at 06, 2010 and entered
1768 Mortgage Foreclo- Defendant(s). HAVING A RADIUS OF POINT OF BEGIN- COMMENCE AT CON- 11:00AM, on the 9th in Case No. 32-2009- It'ssimpi,
.--ure dated January 50.0 FEET FOR AN NING; THENCE CON- CRETE MONUMENT day of February, CA-000394 of the Cir-
. - 0:. lar. entered NOTICE OF ARC DISTANCE OF TINUE NORTH 88 DE- AT THE NORTHWEST 2010, the following cuit Court ,of the ni
Nr.s , -, ,- ,-, 32-2009- FORECLOSURE SALE 249.81 FEET TO THE GREES 18 MINUTES CORNER OF LOT 16, described property FOURTEENTH Judicial 01e enly
Nissan '07 Pathfinder --, ' '. ,,i the Cir- END OF SAID CUL-DE- 21 SECONDS WEST BLOCK 2, RIVERVIEW as set forth in said Fi- Circuit in and for Cassif ed
SE, Black, Auto. 43K - -. .:u, .ur of the NOTICE IS HEREBY SAC; THENCE NORTH ALONG SAID NORTH SUBDIVISION AS RE- nal Jud- m e n t JACKSON whereiunt,
mi. leather int.,3rd j * ' .L 'TEETm Judicial GIVEN pursuant to a 89 DEGREES 54 MI- LINE, A DISTANCE OF CORDED IN TIE PUB- m e n t : Florida wherein
row seat, Like new. . and for Final Judgment of NUTES 48 SECONDS 210.0 FEET TO A SET LIC RECORDS OF WELLS FARGO BANK, they be
row seat, Like new. ,- . ro County, Mortgage Foreclo- EAST, 1176.30 FEET IRON ROD (PSMNO. JACKSON COUNTY, NA, is the Plaintiff
$17,000. 334-897-0582 ,r. ..., : i, .a ,Jr Florida wherein sure dated January TO THE WEST RIGHT 6111); THENCE DE FLORIDA, THENCE COMMENCE AT THE and KENNETH B. 0 ssist ODRUSLLA
NissanV6 Vortex, a/t, a/c. CHASE HOME Fl- 06, 2010 and entered OF WAY LINE OF PARTING SAID SOUTH 00 DEGREES SOUTHEAST CORNER POTTER; DRUSILLA
Nisesn 09 Rloadgue, 2ite 160K mi., $3500. obo NANCE LLC, is the in Case No. 32-2009- BUMP NOSE ROAD NORTH LINE ON A 30 MINUTES 00 SEC- OF SECTION 26,O
17,000 334-loaded, w790670hite. (D) 334-798-1768 Plaintiff and CA-000419 of the Cir- (60 FOOT RIGHT OF BEARING OF SOUTH ONDS WEST, 117.16 THENCE NORTH 01
$17,000334-790-6700 (N)691-2987 JAYOTIS M WASH- cuit Court of the WAY); THENCE 01 DEGREE 41 MI- FEET TO AN IRON DEGREES 44 MI-
INGTON IS A/K/A FOURTEENTH Judicial SOUTH 00 DEGREE 35 NUTES 39 SECONDS ROD MARKED PSM NUTES 04 SECONDS
Dod e 97' Ram JAYOTIS WASHING- Circuit in and for MINUTES 27 SEC- WEST, A DISTANCE 2142 SET ON THE EAST ALONG THE
Tahoe LT TopOfLine ' TON; OLIVIA C. WIL- JACKSON County, ONDS WEST, ALONG OF 210.0 FEET TO A NORTH BOUNDARY EAST LINE OF SAID
Leather, Sunroof, Line LIAMS; are the De- Florida wherein THE SAID RIGHT OF WAY SET IRON ROD (PSM OF AN INGRESS, SECTION 1568.20 T -
Leather, Sunroof, fendants, I will sell to BANK OF NEW YORK LINE, 60.0 FEET TO NO. 6111); THENCE EGRESS AND UTILITY FEET TO THE SOUTH- \- - . J )'
Bose Stereo . the highest and best MELLON TRUST THE POINT OF BEGIN- SOUTH 88 DEGREES EASEMENT AND ERLY RIGHT OF WAY r ketplace
4 New BFG Tires, .a.e. .. bidder for cash COMPANY, 'NATION- NING 18 MINUTES 21 SEC- COMMON AREA, OF STATE ROAD NO. '
Brakes, Rear *" - atNORTH DOOR AL ASSOCIATION FKA BONDS EAST A DIS- THENCE NORTH 88 280-A, THENCE
Heat/Air, All Mainte- * * JACKSON COUNTY THE BANK OF NEW A/K/A 4107 PARK TANCE OF 210.0 FEET DEGREES 35 MI- NORTHWESTERLY
nance Kept $11,600 * COURTHOUSE, MA- YORK TRUST COM- PLACE ROAD, MA- TO A SET IRON ROD NUTES 52 SECONDS AND 67.35 FEET
OBO 334-797-2459 .. RIANNA, FLORIDA at PANY, N.A. AS SUC- RIANNA, FL 32446 (PSM NO. 6111); WEST, ALONG SAID ALONG THE ARC OF A
* 11:00AM, on the CESSOR TO THENCE NORTH 01 NORTH LINE, 140.06 CURVE CONCAVE CLASSIFIEDS...
I StationWagons, 11TH day of March, JPMORGAN CHASE Any person claiming DEGREE 41 MINUTES FEET TO AN IRON NORTHEASTERLY "
* 2010, the following BANK N.A. AS TRUST- an interest in the sur- 39 SECONDS EAST, A ROD MARKED PSM HAVING A RADIUS OF 24 HOURS A DAY
described property EE FOR RAMP plus from the sale, if DISTANCE OF 210.0 2142, SAID IRON ROD 1687.28 FEET AND A 2 HOURS A DAY
Sa * S as set forth in said Fi- 2005RS3, is the Plain- any, other than the FEET TO THE POINT BEING THE POINT OF CENTRAL ANGLE OF 2
334-657-0755. nal Judgment: tiff and KENNETH property owner as of OF BEGINNING. SUB- BEGINNING, THENCE DEGREES. -17 MI- 7 DAYS A WEEK
MCKINNEY; KIMBER- the date of the Lis JECT TO ROAD RIGHT CONTINUE NORTH 88 NUTES 15 SECONDS;
Dodge '98 Ram 1500 LOT 12 IN BLOCK F LY MCKINNEY; Pendens must file a OF WAY THEREOF DEGREES 35 MI- THENCE NORTH- 52 WEEKS A YEAR
Xcab. $575 down, 0% 'OF WEST PARK SUB- SUNTRUST BANK; claim within sixty BEING IN WILLIS NUTES 52 SECONDS WESTERLY ALONG
Interest Daylight Au- DIVISION TO TOWN are the Defendants, I (60) days after the ROAD A COUNTY WEST, 70.18 FEET TO SAID CURVE HAVING JUST A CLICK AWAY.
Olds 96 Ciera SL to Financing. 1-800- OF MARIANNA, JACK- will sell to the high- sale. MAINTAINED DIRT AN IRON ROD A CENTRAL ANGLE
wagon, V-6, loaded, 470-0650 9am/9pm SON COUNTY, FLORI- est and best bidder ROAD TOGETHER MARKED PSM 2142, OF 3 DEGREES 23 MI-
30,000miles, like new AM DA. AND PROPERTY for cash atNORTH WITNESS MY HAND WITH A MOBILE THENCE DEPARTING NUTES 15 SECONDS
$3225. 334790es kew DODGE RAM '04, 1500 DESCRIBED IN DEED DOOR JACKSON and the seal of this HOME LOCATED SAID NORTH LINE FOR A DISTANCE OF Visit us at:
$3225. 334-790-7959 5.7 Hemi, silver,2wd, BOOK 611, PAGE 591 COUNTY COURT- Court on January 6, THEREON AS A PER- AND RUN NORTH 00 100.9 FEET AND BE-
f 76K mi., many xtras OF THE OFFICIAL RE- HOUSE, MARIANNA, 2010. MANENT FIXTURE DEGREES 30 MI- ING ON THE NORTH WW.jflOridan.com
Trailers-Tractors 20" chr. wh., $13K CORDS OF THE FLORIDA at 11:00AM, AND APPURTENANCE NUTES 00 SECONDS RIGHT OF WAY OF A
Sobo., 334-435-6320 CLERK OF THE CIR- on the 4th day of Dale R. Guthrie THERETO; PLUS VIN EAST, 75.16 FEET TO 60 FOOT EASEMENT
21-24ft boat trl, new Ford '00 Ranger, 101K CUlT COURT OF February 2010, the Clerk of the Circuit # 11439757 A/B A CONCRETE MONU- FOR THE POINT OF
tires $500. OBO miles, manual, new JACKSON COUNTY, following described Court MENT AT THE BEGINNING. THENCE
256-365-0328 tires. $4400 OBO. FLORIDA. property as set forth A/K/A 5527 WILLIS NORTHWEST COR- RUN NORTH 88 DE-
334-693-0685 in said Final Judg- By: /s/ Beverly ROAD, GREENWOOD, NER OF LOT 19 OF GREES 35 MINUTES
42 HP Case BETTER DESCRIBED ment: Hatcher FL 32443 AFORESAID BLOCK 2, 19 SECONDS WEST
/International Trac- .- AS: COMMENCE AT Deputy Clerk THENCE NORTH 80 488.21 FEET ALONG
tor w/ 8 implements .* AN EXISTING IRON
$10,500.850-263-7406 -l' APIPE MARKING THE I
Bushhog 9044, field NORTHEAST CORNER "
ready, shelter kept. OF SECTION 4.
347-4283 or 334447- Ford '01 Ranger Edge JACKSON COUNTY.
2572 76,000 miles, 4 cyl, FLORIDA, THENCE
CARGO Trailer 6x6 5 speed, new tires SOUTH 00 DEGREES
closed-in single axle Excellent $5895. 50 MINUTES 18 SEC-
$1000., 334-333-1103 334-790-7959 ONDS EAST A DIS- .
FORD TW 15 Tractor Ford '02 F150 XLT, FEET TO A NAIL IN
w/cab, 140hp, exc. red, 4WD, Triton CALEDONIA STREETI
cond. $12,100. obo V8/5.4L eng, 104,168 THENCE CONTINUE
2 cultivator sold sep. mi., Super Crew Cab, SOUTH 00 DEGREES
334-701-1836 good tires, tool box, 19 MINUTES 45 SEC.
Lilliston 6001, field $3t3500 334-894-1212 ONDS WEST A DIS
ready, shelter kept. o TANCE OF 702.97
$1000. 334-3'47-4283 FORD '12 F 250, qruad FEET TO AN EXISTING
or 334-447 2572 cab, [ariat, leather NAIL IN SAID STREEtI .. .-
MASSEY. ...... seats, power, 7.3 THENCE SOUTH 01
MA2SEY F,:d ,. , Diesil, new tires, DEGREES 01 MI
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