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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:
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Spatial Coverage:
United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna

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

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Suspect shot after armed robbery


BY ASHLEY McKEEN
Fl.ORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The Jackson County Sheriff's Office is
investigating an armed robbery that
occurred Wednesday afternoon at the
Greenwood branch of PeoplesSouth Bank,
located on the corner of State Road 71 and
U.S. Highway 69.
Sheriff Lou Roberts said the robber,
who has not been identified, held up the
bank at gunpoint. He was later shot by a
deputy and taken to the hospital.
Following the robbery, the suspect was
spotted by authorities fleeing on foot
across State Road 71 with a firearm and a
bag, containing a disclosed amount of
money, Roberts said.
At this point, a pursuing officer con-
fronted the individual behind a residence
on SR 71 near Smith Street, and gunfire
was exchanged.
There are no details as to who fired first
or if the suspect actually fired at the offi-
cer, according to Roberts.
According to Roberts, the suspect was
shot in the upper part of the leg.
"I cannot confirm the exact location of
the wound, but (the suspect) had a lot of
blood surrounding the upper part of his
leg," Roberts said.
The suspect was disarmed and trans-
ported to Jackson County Hospital for
treatment of his gunshot wound.
According to Roberts, law enforcement


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Investigators bag evidence, including this gun, following the armed robbery of a bank in Greenwood Wednesday. One suspect
was shot and taken to hospital for treatment. - Mark Skinner / Floridan


Haitian fears for family, back home


Blood center

on alert
The Southeastern
Community Blood Center's
Marianna branch is ready to
accept as many blood dona-
tions as they can get from
people who wish to support
recovery efforts in Haiti.
The Marianna center has.
been put on alert that it may
need to be prepare to send
blood. Area Blood Drive
Coordinator Sue Harrison
said the request comes at a
time when supplies are
already, low. She's hoping
residents will answer the
call to bank up for possible
supply transfers, as well as
shoring up the local supply.
"If we have to send more
whole blood, which will be
broken down into compo-
nents and sent to the Haiti
relief effort, it will impact us
here," Harrison said."We're
on call at this point, but
we're already low on whole
blood. We've got one-day
See BLOOD, Page 4A >



Golson settles

schedule change
BY ASHLEY McKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The Golson Elementary admin-
istration made a presentation to
the Jackson County School Board
Tuesday night at a special work-
shop, and announced the school's
class schedule for the remainder
of the year.
The school start time remains
at 8:30 a.m. However, to be more
accommodating for parents, stu-
dents may be dropped off as early
as 7 a.m.
This early drop-off option is
open to any parent and does not
require any sort of check with
employers, as was the case previ-,
ously.
According to Principal Don
Wilson, the initial request to call
school officials prior to the early
drop-off was only in place to try
and estimate the amount of stu-
dents in need of early morning
accommodation.
Presently about 35 students are
being dropped off as early as 7


See GOLSON, Page 4A 1


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
At his adopted temporary
home in Marianna, Haiti native
Junior Jovin remained shaken
and uncertain Wednesday as he
desperately searched for any
information about his family
back home.
Haiti was hit by a 7.0-scale
earthquake Tuesday, and thou-
sands are feared dead.
As of mid-day, he still didn't
know whether his mother or two
of his sisters were alive. The fate
of his friends and most other
loved ones also remained a mys-
tery.
"I just don't know how to feel
or what to think," Jovin said
Wednesday. "It's a horrible feel-
ing right now. My mom, my.
cousins, acquaintances, friends,
my sisters are all so very far
away, and I just don't know very
much yet."
He's heard from one sister who
runs the orphanage his host fami-
ly in the U.S. helped build.
Their conversation was brief
and spotty, he said, as communi-
cation systems were heavily
damaged in the quake. But know-
ing she was alive and that the
orphanage still stood was enough
for that moment.


Jean Junior Jovin tells David Melvin about his efforts to find out
about his mother in Haiti Wednesday.- Mark Skinner / Floridan
Jovin, 27, came to live with trips to Haiti.
David Melvin and his family Employees of Melvin
three years ago after getting to Engineering,, with help from
know them while serving as workers in Haiti, built the
Melvin Engineering's interpreter
on one of the company's mission See HAITIAN, Page 4A >


Business leaders urge county to stay put


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The Jackson County
Chamber of Commerce and
Main Street Marianna joined
forces Tuesday in urging the
Jackson County Commission to
think about Marianna's. down-
town, as it makes a decision
about a new administration
building.
Faced with a space crunch in
the courthouse and other coun-
ty buildings, the county bought
property near the courthouse
some time ago as the potential
site of a new admin building.
The county then started set-
ting aside funds each year
toward the project.
But the commission shelved
plans to build as the economy
weakened, and eventually
talked about trying to buy re-
purpose an existing structure
instead of constructing some-
thing new.
Talk has surfaced more than
once about purchasing the old
Walmart building, or other


Bryan Thompson piles up plates of food for the servers to deliv-
er at Gazebo Wednesday. Businesses located downtown are
asking the county to reconsider moving their offices from the
courthouse square. - Mark Skinner / Floridan


structures away from the epi-
center of business in downtown
Marianna.
On Tuesday, chamber
President and CEO Art
Kimbrough, along with Main


Street Marianna Chairman
Ginger Green, discouraged the
commission from taking that
route.
See STAY, Page 4A >


Drunk

driver gets

12 years
BY ASHLEY McKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Marianna resident Beth Renee
Fowler, 40, charged with multiple
felonies after a drunken ride
through town Dec. 5 which
resulted in numerous hit-and-run
accidents, was sentenced
Wednesday. ,
Fowler pleaded guilty to the
charges set against her earlier this
month and is now facing a dozen
years in state prison.
Fowler faced multiple charges
- driving under the influence
causing or contributing to serious
See DRUNK, Page 4A >


Chamber

banquet set

for Jan. 29
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Jackson County Chamber
of Commerce is gearing up for its
82nd Annual Chamber Banquet
and Meeting.
It will be held on Friday, Jan,
29 at the National Guard Armory
on U.S. Highway 90 west of
Marianna.
The evening opens with a net-
working reception from 5:30 to
6:45 p.m., featuring live music
and refreshments.
Dinner, with personalized serv-
ice at the table, begins at 6:45
p.m.
The featured speaker for the
evening is Dr. Dale Brill. For
nearly three years, Brill served as
director of the Governor's Office
of Tourism, Trade, and Economic
Development, commonly known
as OTTED.
On Jan. 4 of this year, he
accepted the position of president
of the Florida Chamber
Foundation, becoming its first
full-time chief executive.
In his banquet message, Brill is
expected to provide first-hand
information, insights and per-
spectives on the future of Florida,
and how communities can engage
in upcoming opportunities.
Following Brill's talk, the
chamber will present its three
major annual awards: the Citizen
See BANQUET, Page 4A l


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Contact Us
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
FAX: (850) 482-4478
E-mail: editorial@jcfloridan.com
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Street Address:
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Marianna, FL 32446
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WEATHER UPDATES


Community Calendar


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 fopr
a February fundraiser.
* The Jackson County School Board con-
venes a regular board workshop at 4 p.m. in
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.
* The Cottondale City Commission's inter-
nal Police Department Committee convenes a
meeting at 6 p.m.
* Alcoholics Anonymous closed discussion
- Thursday, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the 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 educational work-
shops 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.
* Alcoholics Anonymous 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.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Saturdays, 4:30-5:30 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.
* 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 pro-
gram, "Vital Prosthetics," will be presented by.
Dale Peterson. Contact Regent Ellen Wright at
footprints@phonl.com or 482-7685.
.* Jackson County AARP Chapter 3486
meets at noon in the United Methodist Church
of Marianna Student Center. A state AARP
representative will present the program. Bring
a covered dish to complement fried chicken.
Meetings open to all local and national AARP
members.
* 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.
* The Chipola Historic Trust meets at the
Eli-Criglar House, 4332 Lafayette St. in
Marianna. Light supper at 6 p.m.; meeting at
6:30 p.m. with guest speaker Judge Roy
Roulhac, Detroit. Call 482-8322.
* 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 guest speak-
ers are candidates for the District 2 House


seat: Al Lawson (D) (unconfirmed); Paul
McKain (W); Steve Southerland (R).
Attendees will have chance to ask questions.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Mondays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

January 19 - Tuesday
* The public is invited to hear the Chipola
Dulcimer Players perform at the Chipola
Regional Arts Association at Jim's Buffet in
Marianna. The Dutch-treat luncheon begins at
11:30 a.m., followed by the program.
Members of the Chipola Dulcimer Players are
Floyd Cook, Barbara Tyre, Jan 'Cummings,
Joyce Shores, Bill Ming, Annette Lawrence
and Judy Shelton.
* Optimist Club of Jackson County meets
every first and third Tuesday, at noon, in Jim's
Buffet and Grill in Marianna.
* Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting, cro-
cheting or knitting classes Tuesdays, 1 p.m.
at the Jackson County Senior Citizens center,
2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482-
5028.
* The Jackson County School Board con-
venes its regular meeting at 4 p.m. in the
JCSB offices. Call 482-1200.
* The Panhandle Public Library Cooperative
System convenes a board meeting at 6 p.m.
in the PPLCS office, Marianna. Call 482-9296.
* AA open meeting - Tuesdays, 8-9 p.m. at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.

January 20 - Wednesday
* AA open meeting - Wednesdays, 12-1
. p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.

January 21 - Thursday
* The Jackson County Senior Center, 2931
Optimist Dr., Marianna, hosts free bone den-
sity screening 10 a.m. to noon. Refreshments
will be served. Call 482-5028.
* Covenant Hospice hosts a Garden Gala
Kick-off meeting, noon at 4440 Lafayette St.,
Suite C, Marianna, to meet and introduce new
committee, explain roles and discuss volun-
teer opportunities. To register, call 482-8520.
* Jackson County Schools Superintendent
Lee Miller convenes a town hall meeting, 5-6
p.m. in Sneads City Hall. Citizens welcome to
meet staff, ask questions. Call 482-1200.
* Jackson County NAACP meets at 5:30
p.m. the third Thursday of the month, at 2880
Orange St. (behind Bryant Enterprises). Call
482-3766 or 569-1294.
* East Jackson County Relay-for-Life meets
at West Florida Electric, Sneads at 6 p.m.
* 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.


POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE JACKSON COUNTY
The Marianna Police SHERIFF'S OFFICE
Department listed the fol- The Jackson County
lowing incidents for Jan. Sheriff's Office listed the
12, the latest available following incidents for
report: one traffic acci- Jan. 12, the latest avail-
dent, one burglary, one able report: One accident
disturbance, two with injury, three
burglar alarms, two .- "- abandoned vehi-
larcenies, one , Z-'- cles, two suspicious
scam/flim-flam ri- incidents, four sus-
complaint, three rlrIL picious persons,
public service calls, three funeral
one threat, one worthless escorts, one. highway
document, one warrant obstruction, three burgla-
served and six traffic ries, one physical distur-
stops. bance, two residential
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fires, four woodland fires,
one vehicle fire, 15 med-
ical calls, one traffic
crash, two burglar alarms,
one fire alarm, nine traf-
fic stops, two larcenies,
one criminal mischief
complaint, two civil dis-
putes, three trespassing
complaints, one assault,
one suicide attempt, one
noise disturbance, two
animal complaints, one
assist of another agency,
nine public service calls,
one transport and one
worthless check.


JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting periods:
- Jessica Atwater, 24,
2023C Corbin Road,
Cottondale, aggravated
battery (domestic vio-
lence).
- Ranketa Johnson, 26,
760 Little John Drive,
Chipley, violation of coun-
ty probation.
- Richard Driggers, 30,


1979 Hunter Drive,
Sneads, violation of condi-
tional release.
- Dwight Curl, 20, 4256
Graham St., Marianna, no
driver's license.
- Thomas Key, 33, 2559
Highway 69, Grand Ridge,
hold for Calhoun County.

JAIL POPULATION: 202

To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000. To report a wildlife
violation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).


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The newest member of Altrusa International of
Marianna, Edna Riley, center, is welcomed by Vice
President and sponsor Donna Paramore, left, and
President Kathy Sloan. Riley, a family/community
comprehensive services specialist with Jackson
County Early Childhood Programs, was inducted
into the club during the Jan. 11 meeting. -
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Northwest Florida Beef

Conference set for Feb. 3


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

University of Florida
Extension agents and spe-
cialists will celebrate the
25th anniversary of the
-Northwest Florida Beef
Conference and Trade
Show to be held
Wednesday, Feb. 3 at the
Jackson County
Agricultural Conference
Center in Marianna.
The conference will
begin with the trade show
and registration, opening at
8 a.m. The educational pre-
sentations will begin at
8:30 a.m. and the event will
conclude with lunch. There
is a $5 registration fee,
payable at the door the day
of the event.
This year's conference
theme is '"Improving
Pasture Efficiency," a fol-
low-up to last year's con-
ference topic, "Managing
in Tough Times."
Dr. Curt Lacy taught last
year that two-thirds of the
cost of maintaining a beef
herd are from nutrition, and
the largest cost, over half,
comes from pasture and
hay production. This year
the topics for discussion are


grazing management, how
rotational grazing and
stocking rate effect effi-
cient use of pastures; fertil-
ization, getting the most
from fertilizer; weed con-
trol, the importance of early
weed control, and the new
herbicides available now
for use in pastures; and hay
production, optimizing
quality and yield, and pre-
venting storage and feeding
waste.
Information on attending
the conference, or partici-
pating in the trade show as
an exhibitor are available
by contacting Doug Mayo,
conference coordinator, at
482-9620, or
demayo@ufl.edu, or on the
Web at
http://jackson.ifas.ufl.edu/
BeefConference.htm.


BBB accepting applications for

Student Ethics Scholarship


Jackson County Floridan * Thursday, January 14, 2010 -3A


MMS announces nominees


Marianna Middle School
Principal Dr. Gayle
Westbrook recently
announced this year's nom-
inees for district honors.
Megan Wilson,
Exceptional Student
Education teacher for sev-
enth graders, has been cho-
sen to represent MMS as
its Rookie Teacher of the
Year.
Wilson, a 2007 graduate
of Chipola College, worked
as a math tutor with Dr.
Rose Cavin while attending
classes there. Upon gradua-
tion, she enrolled at UWF
to complete her degree in
ESE, where she was recog-
nized as one of the pro-
gram's most capable stu-
dents. Wilson is certified in
ESE kindergarten through
12th grade and also holds
the reading and English as
a second language endorse-
ments.
After a. brief stint at
Sylvan Learning Center,
she applied for the position
at Marianna Middle
School. Her classroom is a
model for planning, organi-
zation and- instruction
designed to meet the wide


Megan Wilson


range of abilities of her stu-
dents, according to
Westbrook.
Wilson has a son,
Connor. She enthusiastical-
ly reports that she loves her
job at MMS.
Sonjia Barkley has been
chosen to represent the
support personnel at
Marianna Middle School.
Barkley has served as a
paraprofessional at MMS
since 1995. For the past
decade, she has worked
toward completing a col-
lege degree at Chipola and


Marriages and

divorces Jan. 4-8


Marriages
* Matthew Clifford
'Croy and Kristy Anne
Farina.
* Kayley Michelle
Lenoir and Kennith
Shawn Wilson.
* Lauren Suzanne
Herring and John Ray
Lawson III.
* Mitchell Ray James
and Mildred Davis
Middleton.
* Starla Leeann
Hudgins and Jimmy
Michael Strickland.
* Jessica Leigh Goodin
and Kenton David
Peacock.
* Lisa Marie Henderson
and Russell Ottis Massey.


Divorces
* Raymond Lee Dudley
vs. Mary Ann Dudley.
* Aimee Michelle
Golden vs. Scott Alan
Golden.
* Karen Jane Johnson
vs. Douglas Howell
Johnson.
* Tammy Renee Adkins
vs. Terry Dewayne Adkins.
. * Julie Sparks vs. Alfred
Ricardo Sparks.
* Charles E. McGriff Jr.
vs. Sonya F. Smith.
* Christy Cox Godwin
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supplies of of B-positive,
O-negative and A-negative,
no supplies of B-negative,
and the other types are
down to two-day supplies,
except AB-positive. We
have a four-day supply of
that, I think only because it
is rarely needed."
Those who wish to
donate can go to the blood
center during normal busi-
ness hours. The center is
located at 2503
Commercial Park Drive in
Marianna, next to Bay's
Music. This the first call
for blood of this magnitude
since 9/11, she said, a time
when many residents came
and waited, in line for the
opportunity to give.
Harrison said she cur-
rently has four people on
staff, and that even if there
is a larger-than-usual num-
ber of donors, there should
be little or no wait.

ARC weighs in
with help and
information

The American Red Cross
had workers in Haiti who
were unaccounted for as of
Wednesday. Organization
representatives fear that
some may have perished in
the earthquake when their
building crumbled.
Despite this potential
tragedy in their own ranks,
the Red Cross is assisting
in the relief effort.
The Panama City chapter
.put out a press release
Wednesday concerning the
Red Cross' efforts.
"Red Cross estimates as
many as 3 million people
are homeless as a result of
the devastating earthquake.
The American Red Cross
has pledged $1 million to
the relief effort and is


Druink Continued From Page 1A


orphanage Joyin's sister runs in one of the
poorest nations in the Western hemisphere.
Jovin said the orphanage is much more
than a home for parentless children. It also
serves the entire community around it as a
place to come for food and other help.
"It is a central part of the neighbor-
hood," Jovin said of the community locat-
ed north of Port-au-Prince and roughly 10
miles from the epicenter of the earthquake.
He is relieved the orphanage made it'
through the quake.
"We weren't able to talk very long at
all," he said of his conversation with his
sister. "But thank God she was able to let
us know she was OK and reported no loss
of life in the orphanage."
Jovin's mother lives about three miles
from the most devastated area. He is wor-
ried beyond description about her welfare,
and about his other sisters.
One sister is an accountant for a bank
and was working when the quake turned
hundreds of buildings into rubble.
Many buildings in the poverty-stricken
country are poorly constructed and danger-
ous even in the best of times. Jovin isn't
sure what may have happened to the
majority of his family.
His other sister is a professional cook,
and he didn't know whether she was work-
ing or not at the time of the quake.
Jovin said he is grateful to be around
people who love and support him here in
the United States as he deals with the tor-
menting unknowns.


preparing to move relief
supplies to the affected
areas as soon as transporta-
tion becomes possible," the
news release stated.
"Sources on the ground in
Haiti are now reporting that
the American Red Cross
office, in Haiti has been
totally destroyed and the
fate of employees is
unknown at this time."
The local Red Cross
chapter said it has begun
receiving calls from resi-
dents attempting to locate
friends or relatives who live
in or were visiting Haiti.
The chapter said all calls
for this assistance are being
referred to the State


"A lot of my friends here are praying
with is, and I appreciate all the people
praying," Jovin said.
"I can only imagine what everyone is
going through there, because everyone was
hit in one way or another by this horrible
earthquake.
"I've been able to see some photographs
online, and so many of the places I know
so well are gone - my old high school,
and so many other places that are part of
my heart. Please keep praying is all I can
say."
Jovin is going to school here and plans,
to return to Haiti with a degree to continue
teaching.
David Melvin said he and his family
"kind of really fell in love with him" as
they got to know him as an interpreter, and
later came to see him as a gifted natural
educator.
They paid his tuition while he attended
Chipola College, where he graduated with
an associate's degree in December. Jovin
will finish his studies at the Baptist
College of Florida, although his immediate
plans are somewhat unsettled in the after-
math of the tragedy at home.
He and the Melvins had been planning a
trip to Haiti for spring break, and had
received their reservation confirmations
about an hour before news of the earth-
quake came. They may not be able to go
back for some time, however, as the quake
devastated much of the country's infra-
structure.


Department at 1-888-407-
4747.
In addition, the
International Committee of
the Red Cross has estab-
lished a Web site enabling
persons in Haiti and abroad
to search for and register
the names of relatives miss-
ing since the earthquake.
The site is
www.icrc.org/familylinks.
The local chapter is also
receiving calls from resi-
dents who want to volun-
teer to assist in Haiti. The
Red Cross noted it
"deploys experienced,
highly trained volunteers to
work in disaster relief oper-
ations. Spontaneous volun-


Golson


a.m. and the numbers are increasing,
according to Golson officials.
Throughout the presentation, board
members showed their continued
concern for the schedule change and
issues associated with the loss of
instruction time.
"What are the students doing for an
hour and a half before school actual-
ly begins?" Board member, Betty
Duffee asked.
Golson Assistant Principal Jessica
Craven replied with a list of activi-
ties. Any student arriving before 7:30
a.m. reports to the computer lab for
educational programs. Then from
7:30 to 8:15 a.m., breakfast is served.
Following breakfast, students are
directed to classrooms divided by
grade for educational activities before
school begins.
"This new schedule is working
very well," Craven said.
One Golson teacher explained to
the board that prior to the school's
start time, the students engage in
activities such as reading, exercise or
educational videos.
Duffee continued to express con-
cern for students 'lacking actual
instruction time at the beginning of
the day. She explained that she and
other parents value early morning
instruction as a crucial learning peri-
od for youngsters.
Golson officials commented that
students are receiving some early
morning instruction, with the educa-
tional activities set in place prior to
the school start time.


Board Chairman Charlotte Gardner
then explained to Golson officials
that she understands some of the
issues surrounding the schedule
change, but she also understands the
parents' concern. The parents look at
Riverside and how they manage their
schedule and wonder why Golson is
facing complications, Gardner said.
Board member Chris Johnson then
addressed the issue of the schedule's
loss of instruction time.
"I did a calculation and with the
start time now at 8:30 and the first
dismissal at 2:45 with a half-hour for
lunch, this means that, as compared
to last year, we are looking at a loss of
30 minutes of instruction time,"
Johnson said.
Craven responded saying there was
no actual loss of academic instruction
time. She explained the 30 minutes
that appear to be lost are actually
taken out of the teachers' previous.
80-minute planning period, and the
students' 80-minute "wheel" period.
Before, students would have two
40-minute rotating "wheel" classes.
Now, to make up for the 30 minutes
lost to the schedule change, the wheel
classes are cut down to one 50-
minute rotating course. The teachers'
planning period is cut from 80 to 50
minutes.
Craven assured the board that
although the instruction time appears
to be 30 minutes less, the cut to the
planning and wheel periods make up
for the lost time.
Miller then addressed the board,


teers will not be deployed."
Residents interested in
becoming a trained Red
Cross volunteer can find
out how by contacting the
local chapter. Residents
who would like to help vic-
tims of the earthquake in
Haiti can make a donation
to the Red Cross disaster
relief effort. Donations can
be made at the local chap-
ter by calling 850-763-
6587, by going on line to
www.redcross.org, or by
texting "HAITI" to 90999.
Each text sent will result in
a $10 donation to the Red
Cross International Relief
Fund, the chapter noted in
its news release.


Continued From Page 1A


informing them that Golson is only
funded by the state to provide for a
300-minute day, and Golson current-
ly has a 345 minute day.
"Those extia 45 minutes are not
funded, and technically we could cut
45 minutes from the day and still be
in conjunction with Florida statue,"
Miller said. "Of course, we aren't
going to do that, but we are currently
within Florida statute."
Board members stated that another
issue surrounding Golson's schedule
change was a lack of communication
with the board.
Board member Terry Nichols
addressed Wilson, saying more com-
munication may have helped alleviate
some of the stress and confusion.
"I realize you informed
(Superintendent Lee) Miller; howev-
er, somehow the board was out of the
loop until a group of upset parents
informed us of the issue at last
month's board meeting," Nichols
said.
Wilson agreed, and commented on
his initial efforts with Miller to help
fix the issue.
In Nichols' attempt to wrap up the
meeting, he stated that in his opinion,
the schedule should be left as is for
the remainder of the school year. But
before next year, the schedule should
be revisited with the board, superin-
tendent and Golson administration
present at that meeting.
Although nothing is voted on in a
workshop, the board agreed in princi-
pal with Nichols.
T


Continued From Page 1A


Neither advocated for or
against a change. Instead,
Kimbrough and Green lob-
bied to keep administrative
services in the downtown
area regardless of whether
the commission builds a
new building, buys an
existing one or takes no
action at all.
Kimbrough said he tried
to make the commission
understand the impact a
move out of town would
have on businesses that
depend on the courthouse
crowd to stay afloat. The
commission, he said, has
more to think about than
the costs of construction
compared to the cost of
moving into an existing
structure.
Kimbrough mentioned
restaurants, for example.
"Let's say there's a
downtown restaurant where
the average customer
spends $10 a day for lunch.
Take away 10 customers,
which a move out of down-
town could easily do, and
you're talking about a
$25,000 annual loss. That's
wages, profits, etc., and that
could mean the survival of
that small business," he
said.
He said the chamber has
no hard data, only anecdot-
al evidence, but urged the
county to proceed with cau-
tion.
"We don't know what the
tipping point is, but we
know it would probably
mean less jobs, less
income," Kimbrough said.
"We simply challenged
them to think about more
than the economy of space;
they have to figure in the
economy of place, as well.


Our downtown are impor-
tant, and any decision that
affects the vibrancy of
downtown affects the
vibrancy of our entire com-
munity."
Kimbrough noted after-
ward that while commis-
sioners made little or no
comment after the presen-
tation, he got the sense that
they heard and "got" what
he and Green were saying.
The commission has
scheduled a workshop to
talk about the administrat-
ing building and road proj-
ects. The session is set for
for 5 p.m. on Jan. 26, just
ahead of the commission's
regular meeting at 6 p.m.
County Administrator
Ted Lakey said he hopes to
have a report from the com-
mission's consultant on the
administrative office proj-
ect by then.
The company, Ajax, was
hired to give the county an
"apples to apples" compar-
ison of whether building
new or repurposing an
existing structure would be
best.
As for the roads issue,
Lakey said staff has pre-
pared a working list of
roads that might be paved
with a $10 million bond
issue or other financing
instrument the county is
considering. On Tuesday,
commissioners authorized
staff to request proposals
from potential financial
advisors who would help
the county find the best
rates and terms for the
funding package. The can-
didate roads may be dis-
closed and discussed at the
special meeting, Lakey
said.


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bodily injury, and two On the night of Dec. 5,"
charges of driving under Fowler was the cause of
the influence causing or numerous accidents, one
contributing to injury to a resulting in serious injury
person or property. to herself and 18-year-old
Fowler's other charges Courtney Hodges.
included felony charges of According to a police
fleeing or attempting to report from the Florida
elude, leaving the scene of Highway Patrol, Fowler's
a crash involving injury, as blood alcohol level was a
well as an initial charge of a .204 with the legal limit at
violation of probation. 0.08.
Her sentences are to run Fowler was involved
consecutively for a total of with six different crashes
12 years, and all her mone- that night, each topping the
tary obligations were previous one in severity.
reduced to a civil judge- According to Florida
ment. This means any court Highway Patrol, prior to
costs or fines associated slamming into the rear of
with case must be paid; Hodges' car, Fowler struck
however, Fowler is not and left three vehicles on
required to pay those asso- SR 71, and two more in the
ciated costs in order to get city of Marianna on Kelson
out of prison at the end of Avenue. Fowler's driving
her sentence, according to generated numerous other
State Attorney Erin Oliver. complaints to law enforce-
Oliver said Fowler made ment that evening, and
no . comment at the according to Florida
Wednesday hearing, except Highway Patrol she was
to say that she has no recol, found to be driving reck-
lection of that night. lessly throughout her ride.


Arm ed Continued From Page 1A

is searching for a vehicle Smith Street were blocked
suspected to be involved in. off to protect any possible
the bank hold up. evidence, and officers sur-
Officers from multiple rounded the homes.
agencies countywide were Residents gathered in hud-
attempting to track the dles close by to watch.
vehicle. Roberts added that The Greenwood
the silver vehicle was seen PeoplesSouth branch was
fleeing the area immediate- robbed last year as well.
ly following the robbery. But Roberts was unable to
Roberts had no further confirm any possible con-
details regarding the con- nections between the last
nection of the vehicle to the robbery, on June 29, and
robbery. this one.
All three houses on State No one has been arrested
Road 71 between in connection with last
Greenwood Grocery and year's robbery.


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of the Year Award, the An after-banquet recep-
Wayne Mixson Economic tion and more networking
Leadership Award, and the will wrap up the evening's
Leadership Jackson County activities.
"Excellence in Leadership" Tickets for the chamber
Award. banquet are available at the
After the awards presen- chamber office in the his-
tations, outgoing 2009 toric Russ House for $48
Chairman Jamie Streetman each. Tickets must be pur-
will ceremonially hand chased and paid for in
over the gavel to incoming advance. For- more infor-
2010 Chairman Dr. Sarah mation, call the chamber at
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GHS beats Holmes County

for third straight district win


BY DUSTIN KENT
FI.ORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Graceville Tigers con-
tinued their recent resur-
gence with another district
win Tuesday night at home,
beating the Holmes County
Blue Devils 78-75.
Cameron Dozier scored 28
points; despite fouling out
with four minutes to play, to
lead Graceville. The Tigers
have now won three straight
league games since a loss to
Blountstown on Jan. 5.
"I thought we played
great," Tigers coach Thomas
Register said of his team.
"I'm feeling good about the
way we're playing, finally.
We're starting to play consis-
tently good.
"We've still got a long
way to go in some of the
things we do, but I felt like
(Tuesday's win) was a big
step for us."
The Tigers trailed by six
after one period, but rallied
to tie the game at halftime
and go up 37-34 entering the
fourth period.
Graceville's mission got
much tougher when it lost
Dozier to fouls, but the
Tigers were able to survive.
Freshman Marquise White
knocked down a 3-pointer
moments after Dozier fouled
out, to put the Tigers up by
10 with 3:30 to play.
White finished with seven
points, with fellow freshman
Jacky Miles adding eight.
"We had some kids who
came up big," Register said.


"I don't think we're
peaking just yet, but
I think we're getting
there, and we're
getting there at the
right time."
-Thomas Register,
Graceville coach

"Luckily our guys didn't
crumble when their leader
went out of the game. I'm
proud of them."
Graceville won despite
Holmes County shooting 43
free throws to the Tigers' 15.
Fortunately for Graceville,
the Blue Devils made only
22 of those foul shots.
"The foul trouble was dis-
appointing," Register said.
"We've got to figure out a
way when the game is called
close to not commit so many
fouls."
After the Tigers extended
their halftime lead to 12
early in the third quarter, the
Blue Devils took advantage
of Graceville's foul trouble
to get right back into the
game.
But the Tigers were able to
close strong for their seventh
district victory in nine tries,
and their third in a row after
wins over Bozeman and
Cottondale.
Register said he is thrilled
See GHS, Page 6A >'


Gracevillle's Cameron Dozier (1) goes up for a shot against a Holmes
County defender during a game Tuesday night in Graceville. The Tigers
won 78-75. - Mark Skinner/Floridan


GHS girls


roll to big


district win
BY DUSTIN KENT
FlORII)AN Si'ORTs EDITOR
The Graceville Lady Tigers got
off to a hot start and cruised to a
55-33 win over Holmes County
on Tuesday night in Graceville.
The Lady Tigers improved to
17-2 with the victory, aided by a
34-8 run to start the game.
Wynterra Pittman led
Graceville with 12 points, with
Jessica McClendon and Mychea
Williams each adding 11 points.
"That was our best effort on
both ends of the floor in the first
half," Lady Tigers coach Jon
Habali said after the game. "We
played well. It was probably the
first game where all five players
on the court played really well for
the whole first half. All five put
out 100 percent effort.
"We came out with some fire to
start the game. Bonifay is a solid
team, so to jump out on them the
way we did was impressive. We
showed some improvement I
hope this game is a sign of things
to come."
The Lady Tigers werecoming
off of an exciting double-over-
time victory over Chipley
Monday on the road.
Graceville went on an 8-0 run
to finish regulation, getting a 3-
pointer from Xaviera Henderson
with 40 seconds left to send it to
overtime.
Graceville made the run in
spite of having its starting back-
court of Williams and Brittney
Flournoy fouling out in the fourth
quarter.
It helped that McClendon came
up with her best game of the sea-
son, leading the way with 27
points and 22 rebounds.
See GIRLS, Page 6A >


Pirates drop second straight to Bucks


BY DUSTIN KENT
Fi.ORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR


The Sneads Pirates dropped
their second game in a row
Tuesday night at home, falling
to the Bozeman Bucks 62-55.
A hot-shooting first half by
the Bucks gave Bozeman a 36-
33 halftime lead.
The Bucks extended the
lead to 47-42 through three
periods, then the Pirates ral-
lied back to cut it to one with
2:30 to play.
But that is as close as the
Pirates could get, suffering
another loss after being beaten
by Marianna on Mo.nday.
It was the third district loss
of the season for the Pirates,
and the first home loss of the
season for Sneads.
It was a surprise upset, but
Sneads coach Kelvin Johnson
credited the Bucks.
"They played real well," the
coach said. "They shot it very
good. We couldn't stop them
from scoring. They were
banking threes in, they had
post players hitting them, it
was all in their favor in the
first half."
Bozeman hit five 3-pointers
in the first half. Nick Gutierrez
and Dylon Kenney each had
15 points to lead the Bucks.
Josh Rogers and Terrance


Green scored 17 points each
for Sneads, with Will Holmes
adding 10. Green fouled out
with three minutes to play.
"That really hurt us,"
Johnson said. "It was a nip and
tuck game the whole way, but
we just could never get over
the hump at the end of the
game."
Johnson compared
Bozeman's performance to the
Bucks' surprising run to the
title game in last year's district
tournament.
"I think they out-hustled us,
they got every loose ball there
was, and basically every
rebound as well," the coach
said. "They just seemed to
want it a little bit more than
we did. In the end, we just did
not execute and they did. That
was the difference in the
game.
Sneads next plays host to
the Cottondale Hornets on
Friday night.
The Hornets won the first
meeting on Dec. 4 in
Cottondale.
"We need to have a good
showing. We have to have a
better effort than we had on
Tuesday night if we want to
compete with them," Johnson
said. "We need more enthusi-
asm and hustle if we want to
stay with them."


Sneads' Terrance Green drives around a
defender during a game against North
Florida Christian earlier this season. The
Pirates lost to the Bozeman Bucks in a district
game on Tuesday night in Sneads. -
Floridan File Photo


Lady Bulldogs suffer home loss to Arnold


By DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Marianna Lady Bulldogs fell to
Arnold 53-44 Tuesday night at home.
Candice Edmundson scored 21 points
to lead the Lady Marlins, who dealt
Marianna its third district loss of the
season.
Marianna fell to 5-3 in league play
with the loss, including 11-5 overall.
Christina Wynn led the Lady
Bulldogs with 11 points, with Sharhae
Williams adding eight, Shamiqua
Davies seven, and Deanna Perry six.
Arnold led 12-9 after one quarter, but
the Bulldogs rebounded in the second
period to take a 22-20 halftime lead.
The game was tied at 33-33 heading
into the fourth.
In the final period, Edmundson took
over, scoring 13 of her 21 points.
She broke the tie with a pair of 3-
pointers to put Arnold up by six, a lead
the Lady Marlins never surrendered.
Arnold made 11-of-18 free throws in
the final period to seal the win.
The Lady Bulldogs, however, made
only 7-of-23 from the foul line.
"The charity stripe hurt us bad,"


"We had lay-ups, jumpers
from the. block area, but we
couldn't hit anything. It
was one of those nights that
come along, and hopefully,
won't come again."
-Chucky Brown,'
Marianna coach

Marianna coach Chucky Brown said
after the game. "The ball would not fall
for us all night from the 3-point line or
the free throw line."
The Lady Bulldogs made just one
triple on the game.
"We had shots that usually fall that we
missed," the coach said. "We had lay-
ups, jumpers from the block area, but we
couldn't hit anything. It was one of
those nights that come along, and hope-
fully, won't come again."
Brown said that it was imperative that
his team knock down open jumpers
given the change in Arnold's strategy


from the first meeting to the second.
"The last time, they went man on us
and we got to the rim on them at will,"
the coach said. "They went zone this
time, and we wanted to pull them out
and hit from the outside, but we could-
n't hit any shots."
The Lady Bulldogs next travel to
Pensacola on Saturday to take on
Pensacola Catholic.
In the first matchup between the
teams on Dec. 19, Marianna pulled out a
three-point win after nearly giving up a
15-point halftime advantage.
Brown said his team will have to play
even better to win this time around.
"Going over there, it's about a 10-
point turnaround for them with their
crowd," the coach said. "We need to
play better, and we have to make sure
we put pressure on their guards."
Pensacola Catholic's MC Bell scored
21 points in the loss, all in the second
half.
Brown said his team will try to limit
her opportunities on Saturday night.
"Everything she gets, we have to
make her work for it," the coach said.
"We're going to double-team her at all
times."
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Marianna's Derrika Fitzpatrick puts up a shot
against Arnold in a game Tuesday night in
Marianna. Arnold won the game 53-44. -
Mark Skinner/Floridan


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Malone's Shermekia Brooks puts up a shot during a
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Aucilla 44-27 on Tuesday night on the road. Autumn
Speigner and Vanessa Olds each scored 11 points.
The Malone boys also won 55-28 over Aucilla. -
Floridan File Photo


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High School Boys
Basketball
Thursday- Munroe at
Malone, 4 p.m., and 7
p.m.; Marianna at
Chipley, 5:30 p.m., and 7
p.m.
Friday- Cottondale at
Sneads, 6 p.m., and 7:30
p.m.; Ponce De Leon at
Malone, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday- Marianna at
Pensacola Catholic, 5
p.m., and 6:30 p.m.

High School Girls
Basketball
Thursday- Cottondale
at Graceville, 6 p.m.;
Munroe at Malone, 5:30
p.m.
Friday- Ponce De
Leon at Malone, 6 p.m.;
Cottondale at Sneads,
4:30 p.m.
Saturday- Marianna at
Pensacola Catholic, 4
p.m.

Chipola Basketball
The Chipola men's and
women's basketball
teams . return home
Saturday night to take on
Northwest Florida.
The Lady Indians'
game. tips off at 5:30
p.m., with the Chipola
men to follow.

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GHS
Continued From Page 5A
with the approach his team
has been taking in recent
games.
"I really think the guys
just started buying in," the
coach said. "I think they
finally understand that if we
exert a little bit of effort,
we're OK. We're not the
best team around, but we
can hang with a lot of the
teams in the area.
"I don't think we're peak-
ing just yet, but I think
we're getting there, and
we're getting there at the
right time."
Dozier added seven
assists and eight rebounds
to his 28 points, with broth-
er CJ Dozier adding 15
points, and Kevin Potts
eight.
Chris Walker led Holmes
County with 30 points.


Girls
Continued From Page 5A
"She single-handedly
carried us for a while,"
Habali said. "But every-
body made some big plays
down the stretch of that
game."
Graceville got off to a
slow start against Chipley,
but Habali said he was
much happier with what he
saw from his team against
Holmes. County.
"Chipley ran us off the
floor in the first half. It took
us until eight minutes to go
in the game, and finally we
' stepped up and started play-
ing," the coach said.
"We've got to play from
start to finish. We did a lot
better against Bonifay. We
were patient, we were run-
ning offense and finding
good looks. We improved
our offense in the fourth,
but now we've got to
improve our defense to
.close."
GHS next plays host to
Cottondale tonight at 6 p.m.
The Lady Tigers won big
in the first meeting, but
Habali said that Cottondale
will be a different team with
senior post player Shay
Wright back in the lineup.
"It should be a pretty
good one," the coach said.
"I think (Wright being
back) gives all of their other
players some confidence.
We're looking forward to it.
It's a rivalry game, so it
should be a good one."


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annoncentnerl Mobile Homes ATVs [ Boats Campers/Travel Motor Homes/RVs transportation Automobiles Automobiles
nOUforRent AutoTrailers ale fo Sale
Quality Control. 4x4 Polaris Mossy Cruise Master LE, '05,
Earn up to $100/day. 2BR Mobile Home in Oak camo edition. ' ; DUTCHMAN '06, 25' 36ft workhorse chas- CADILLAC '06 DTS
Evaluate Greenwood area Very powerful ATV. ..e... Good condition, sis 8.1 gas engine, o Exc. cond., leather
retail stores. $425, 850-569-1015 Automatic. w thumb . . X. Sleeps 6, Asking 22k mi., no smk, 7kw 6N seats, 4dr, beige int.
Training provided. select 2wd or 4wd. ' T payoff. 334-794-8897 gen. 3 sl, SAT, 2 TV, 2 fully loaded. $12,900.
No exp. req. 3/2 in C'dale, no pets, Great cond. $2900.00 .4 or 334-790-7918 A/C, auto leveling, R 334-701-1836
Call 888-534-5010 CH/A $425 850-258 334-798-2857 cam. Roadmaster CarSeeker
tow/brake system,-- Cadillac '94 Broug-
1594/638-1171 Iv Eliminator GoCart by Seacraft, '89 20ft .05 JepWrangler ham Fleetwood. Top
CemeteryLots Health Care I essageManco good shape, Center Console, boat, Unlimited, 41k mi, 4-Wheel Drive cond., fully restored
Rt to O 3BR 5.0 hp, roll bar, motor & trailer, 95 . - Auto air 6 cyl $75k $5,200. OBO 334- 693-
CemetaryRLotst(2)e o wn saftey harness, 225HP Johnson Mtr, w/ieep, $60k without 3980
eow MH's. Lot rent incl. 2seater. 4yrs old Dual Axle Tr. w/ , eep, both in gre0 am a RVROLET 08
ea l . R isterd For details 850-557- $400 714-5105 brakeswh., runs arcn.sli t 700 - w/Xtras.Low CHEVROLET '08
ral Enterprien ncl Dietitian, 3432/850-814-6515 well, very clean, Dutchmen 40 ft . sells.ingrdueoto 7 Volvo 803.2 Covt ecvrie
Vaults & Headstones Wesley Manor is, Honda '07 CRF80 hweet c ,50. Tr ae 4035Tt 2810 hoursVergood 200t7 VorIvo S80 3 2 Corvetteeaconvertible,
Current Value $6775 hiring an RD, F/T Small 2/1 Located Dirtbike, 100 hrs Great cond. $6,850. Travel Trailer'06 , second. (334) 791-8191 ethero Black, loaded, exc.
Asking $5000 OBO to oversee clinical bn GR & Sneads $10006X12enclosed 334-696-5505 38B-DSL, Sleeps 8 Dodge '77 Motor 4000 00 roof $23,500.334- $55,000. 334-692-5ep624
361-547-3376 management of water & garb. incl. trailer $1500 new Skeeter 992 Slideouts, Loaded, Home, Class C, 22' 685-1070
FoudBC & BgS health $300/mo 850-573- cond. 850-447-2859 boat. 115HP motor Like new. $20,500. long, good shape, Aviation Chevrolet '08 Malibu
Iand dental with 0308. Honda TRX 300 EX trolling mot. & live 334-406-4555 A/Ceverything 00 0- LT, Maroon with gray
generous paid Bike is complete cus- wells, good cond. works,569-2502 1946 Sport Pilot interior, 4 cylinder,
FOUND:Male Beagle time off benefit. Mobile Homes tom with tons of ac- $7,200. 334-886-9065 . Ercoupe. Surf: XM radio, CD, onstar,
mix w/brown collar, Call 334-792-0921, in Parks cessories incl. Red Fleetwd. Bdr 07' 3- http://www.dfn.com sunroof, 13,250 miles.
people friendly. Near and ask for L.E.D.'s $2000. O.B.O. Stratos'99 273 sid, loaded CH/A /eaahaterl3/E41 $16,500. 334-797-0987
Suntrust Branch in Jeff Kirby, 334-805-0816. Intimidator, 17ft bass fbpd, wk. loaded CH/A /eaachaptTerl93/E41 ma.
town. 850-526-2599 Administrator, 2 & 3 BR MH's in Ma- Johnson 150HP, need fbp, wk. horse, 8.1 d2128 yahoo BMW'00323102K
or email rianna & Sneads Boats a 3 1/4 ton truck or gas, 5,900 ml. $100k pwood22h@yr more $7,995. West Main
jkirbymethodist (850)209-8595. $6500. 334-596-1694 Franklin '05 Heritage information. 19Car Sales in St.LLC
E homes.org. - 199917 foot Alumi Supra '90 TS6M 40' w/2 slide -outs,(3 199-WstM
EOE M/F/H Rooms with Meals craft, 50 HP Mercury, comp, ski/wake awnings, 2BR, garden Flight Club Share'83 (334)699-5880
^^^ihMas trailer, trolling mo- board, great shape tub with shower, Cessna 172 & 182
M etate Furnished room w/afl tor, depth finder, live 520 hrs, $8200 OBO. W&D, CHA. Lots of hangard in Mar. exc.
re state Fur amenitished room w/allwell $4500334-312- 334-796-3424 extra's. $20K. 334- cond. $2000 850-569-
ei imenities.Satellite/in 0 0 3347-4626/333-0309. 2969
$450.v3343703-2500 20 15 Wellcraft 88' 23 ft. Jaco /'08 Eatleoven - , Mi CHEVROLET '09
pet animal vail. Call 850-352- 2008 Fishmer17cury m4 Center counsel, 225 291RLTS, 5th wheel Four Winds '99AMi






8 2 4 7 5 eto r , 4 s t r o k u c o s o l e w a i g 4a-r le a $ 2 7 7 5 0 0 , 0 7 9 3 M a l i b L ,r e m
2102 for details er 850- 482-5631/557-7332 Johnsonoutboard rear 3 slivi desng , ,dual 4 slides, 4300 13start 913200 miles,
stroke, mtr guid534 GREATe, $4500. in electronics rmaecliners, free stand- Excellent condition, BMW'023251112K 4 doorautomatic



t-p Or New3BR2BA. COBRA 14mboat. 45 29aft.Fle$8etwood 997,500. 334-235- rig table - $159,700. 850-866- FORD SLE esMainSL.
Furniture real estate mingbrd 565, TAC, 2995 queen bed, 3 slides-5675 2774 R re CARSALESLLCNew condition, silver
reiden fo' sale bilge pump, live well, nuo sm i o *Player-Ref-/Frez OO 1919 WEST MAIN ST exterior, charcoal in-




Sp a KEYWEST17'6"like on- Motor Homes/RVsnly $28K 03 class A Monoco 334-695-3550 loaded 6Kmil terror, 2WD, ABS, AC,
Love seat & 2 ider MariannaFL$14eaRay $1000 33479utback by4192 heater, hydraulic door142,000 mles. 334-703-3784V8 VERY CLEAN.ket lady









carss Exch cond.803394ile r-ssupe7 r 6 w'nvingrm f tu het $3,500-334-687-7956 Buick.05 Lacrosse o e/oef wetss
Asnt 334-7 wen P 9a-b1oy0 CamperfsT.re ike47.7976 334n790-3480e. Konl3 3,4 Blue- 97K C -5882an WD AB Ar,
chairs. Exc. cond. Unfurnished obo No Motor 256DuKEYSTONE Tacks, convection- r ewr a alcliiatCD, pr u n6e8, dr d06





$;450. 334-703-2500 \ s, v j a d -11 67i . 572 20e1e , v m 1659 7 4i. - 3,1 Che 3 da
Duplexon0-1o14' New Enclosed Copper Canon 5th /microwave oven - I $24 M" i 4 of- 1)t.1- ar q,4 p Cserier
box trained 850-526 uplex for reanna. CH/wy ass Tracker09 Pro Carll Noto Trailer will s . ell wheel 2 slies sur slide out. $25,500 . N3348941311 GREAT GAS MILEAGE,














2958 or 209-2932 lease, $650/m No Lg Timber w/Creek oCherokee Trader us. ing, A/C, AM/FM CHECK --ick 05 Le Sabre NICE CAR LOW
pets.850-718-1165 County tor 4 stroke console for an RV/ Travel ng ea $27 500 0793Mitsubishi06 Raider Limited 60K $9,995 PAYMENTS! $300
steering 461b thrust Trie5t l 334-618-6572.Cevr, ,r'.
FREE monthFree kittens to good Near Compass Lake 30tr cylYarmardie 99-'04 with slide and Sabre b oy Palam no Monoco Knight'06, Duro Cross, Crew West Main Car Sales down $199 per mo.













home, 8wks old. 850- Astin Tyler & Assoc Calowne tr m, isng, Verkls lave$2537-1887orm334-44M^ leak damage. $6000 Cab, V8, Loaded, 32K LLC 1919 West Main Call 334-791-8243 Ask
592-4031 r 50 850-509-8817 es 0. Rol aydifference.850- 50 50826 28ft 0thwheel Save$2 ormore ! $14,500.334-791-0646 S. WhN (334) 699-5880 forE: ESteve Hatchera
5 + d"Property Mgmt is 850-482- icro, fridgeGood COUGAR'082-5631/557-7332 camper 3 sdes Diesel, 4 slides, 4300














Dogs J. our ONLY Business" Ima tuffredh0me5 cond.Docked S5ug Trierw/ slde 3 s de
many extras, clean, mi, many upgrades 1.1 3r, C r Sal.- LLC
New 3BR 2BA, COBRA 14' boat 45 29 ft. Fleetwood 1997, a s -$159,700. 850-866- FORD ""00 SLE
Free Pets Policy Farma/Land/T mber was S168K now Mariner trolling mtr fully self contained, 593-5675 mil2774 Red, greatcon 41K s919ounesdMain St.















AKCWeimariner E.ar S e$ 673r0330. $15,000. $12.500 772.631-5065 6
mix Lab puppies, nTi n 3070 Carters Mill Road 334-699-5880
Yur pet deserves ad ReaEstateforSal $138, reduced $3500., 334-7261434 new bed,slideout & * REDUCED system d$11,500 BMW'955301, fully








Ycari hpets $600/mod0250.dep obiedownesg Equal H housing Opportunity -s 1B
for a free pet may draw pymt if qualified KEYWEST 17' 6" like tion. $8,700. 334-797- '03 Class A Monoco 334-695-3550 loaded, 96K miles,
response from individuals 1 Full ac. Hwy 73 N 850-526-867 newsuzuk mtr 115 127 La Palma. 2 slides white, excellent con- Chevy m
owllellyuranimalfor Valley Oaks sub (owner) hp 4 stroke g t an 21 spthWheel 06 RV oadmaster bath. Loaded! Infinity '97 J0 edition $6,000 OO ver, con 35annv









Research or breedi- -0625 Alford Hwy.Mar$175Kiann, FL $14,500 ling mtrtr mens bike, $100 850- 2nd edition. Bears dolley & hair, excellent cond. net, white 5'x24"x2 w/5 edition, adult lady
poses Peascreen. ng 850 339 - 39 850-638-3751 .1 408-83 $3/eals, babiestc.) a $65 850-482-4944 $30 850-272-8967 woofer & cbis $60
ingaiaawafurnished Playbuoy '9418foo- 1.00334-347-7976 334-790-3480. KIA'03 RIO, Blue, 57K CXL, 1 owner, clean
es 54" BIG SCREEN TV- ExMiles, w/warrantyemium car, 6 cyl, leathern- 92K, V-6,30mpg









SRent o n The Army Flier is Cu rrently EXCELLENT CONDI.-chman Boots, Black Law E battery, ke new $4 E ual cl ergenicmate Throw rugs, never
res O, r R ,TION.STILL IN USE f2rcemet 24f w/ ans 850-569-2194 works great, $50 850- used, med blue,$7,650. 334-684-2006
Wa e Z/1 house in Sneads paved road, Grand s2; ems an r D asign E mr. '0 o ga as uri- . AI ROWN Lide Nw / -5 Chevy '03 Tahoe
t o No smoking/pets, Ridge area, $500 marriage Caeo 0 i urn 2u1ml, lTake 7293 miles 4KW Onan 8520, 334-355-1202 3rd Sea goo o Tndo
fresh paint, new car- down, financing 32f. 3-slides, 2-A/C, over payments.850- Gen., very clean 3rd Seat, good condo ,
Free kittens, 2 availa- pet, $450 + dep. 850- avail. 850-526-5170 Responsibilities includK Ge pagination. &mo593re $5103 $38,000 334-6879663 Mercury 02' Grand $11,00 8500.OBO29 334 685
duce and Frozen 46 25 layout/design and editing of the Army 0593 Tioga Arrow 27ft Marquis 1 owner 3921 or 334-795 8411
bpe. C E d Motorhome '86, good cond. Make, Chevy '04 Cavalier
FREE KITTENS,litter 3/1 House for rent in 70 acres @$1600/ac $36,500 3T4 ; 14.4001 whiteAuto.8 cyl. fer D-334-494-6749 or 4DR, AC, Low miles,
box trained 850-526- Marianna. CH/A, 1 yr. Will Not Divide Pow.brakes & steer- N-334-894-1311 GREAT GAS MILEAGE,
Peas. We2958 o r 209-2932 lease, $650/mo No Lg Timber /Crlier. This person will serokve as theer 06desk & ing, A/CfirmAM/FM CHECK Buick '05 LAFF S abre NICE CARLOW
pcans.ts. 850-718-1165 County Rd. Frontage Sailbutomation systems manager, layout runs well plow tty secretary chair Mitsubishi '06 Raider Limited 60K $9,995 PAYMENTS! $300
home, 8wks old. 850- Austin Tyler &Asso Near Compass Lake 30, 2 cy.Yarmar die- new. $16,000. miles ,Fair cond.Has t HE Duro Cross, Crew West Main Car Sales down $199 per mo.









kuiCall owner sl eng, Very low h ers 347-1887 or 334449 leak e$6000. Corning are, some Kirby V Loaded, 32K LLC a919 West Main Call 334-791-8243 Ask
592-4031 Quality homes for 850-509-8817 less tn 250. Roller 0162 850526 2840. $14,50 0. 334-791-0646 St. (334) 699-5880 for Steve Hatcher -
rent 850- 526-335573- camo, 110 ho urs, ling, biin, head,850-526-3426 482-4944 $350(850)272-7110 desk w/file drawer
"Property Mmt is 229-2540072 micro, fridge. Good COUGAR '05 Camper $100 8504822844
Dogs our ONLY Business" a ted h esr mal your resumcond. Docked Snug Trailer w/1 slide,850-569.
SBrick 4 BR rural Harbor slip B-6. 334- loaded REDUCED!
AKC Wimarinr hom. G Media General Midravlouth Group,673-0330. $15,000. $12500772- 631-5065594-7802)663585 850-272-4680
Ready now. $400. ol-stillBonifay, Chplen boxy area The New Mariwhiteann Gardes Apartments
FREE to good home change 954-366- apartments withsubsian y avAL 36303 fits most cars $75 Pedi-Paw like new xable.9" $15 850-272- cbs. Works great! Sharp $25
mix Lab puppies, 1230/561-702-6543. 3070 Carters Mill Road850-592-1288 8967 $60 obo.850-663-5805 (850)92-2507
ready to go. 850-592- Nearly New 2 BR Marianna, FL32446
2 EARN157 Home- Hwy 90 EXTRA850-482-5358, TDD/TTY 711
$600/mo, $250 dep$$$$ MobileHomes Equal Housing Opportunityyrighted Material
Several units avail. 4 FSBO, 9+ acres have - t
d ependable. transportatington, A v a ila b leCo. off 21 speed Roadmaster Beanie Babieserst & Executia le Office Metal kitchen cabi RCA surround system
minimum liability insuford Hwy.$175K bike, $100 850- 2nd edition. Bears Chair, excellent cond. net, white x4x w/5 speaks, sub
850-638-3751 4081183 $3/a, babies $2/a $65850-482-4944 $30850-272-8967 woofer & cbs $60
M, bl Homes 54" BIG SCREEN TV- ExideG60 premium car Oreck vacuum clean- 850-663-5805
fr Rent The Army Flier is currently EXCELLENT CONDI- Boots, Black Law En- battery, like new $40 er, hypo-alergenic, I Throw rugs, never
Rnt" " looking for a full time TION.STILL IN USE forcement, Womans 850-569-2194 works greatS$50 850- used, med blue, 28"x
Frit&_ egtale_ 21_____ $400 (850)482-2636 size 9 $40Q OBO 850- 526-3426 144" & 28"x48" $20
Fruit & Vegetables 2/1 MH, CH/A an De209-1622 HP Photosmart 8200-- for all 850-272-8967
Water/sewer incl. on Systems and Design Editor. 60 gal. glass aquari- Like New w/cart- ORNATE Mahogany
own lot. $350/moCHARLE BROW ridgs.Try it out $65 claw foot coffee TOMTOM GO 720
Plenty of Fresh Pro- +$350 dep. 850-592- Responsibilities include pagination, &more $100 850-209- COLLECTIBLES $10 & table $100., 850-209- GP, used but wks
duce and Frozen ] 4625 layout/design and editing of the Army 0593 UP(850)592-2507 (4872 good, $75 850-482-
Peas. We crack 2 3e - mFlier. This person will serve as the K& ingf upport,4"G5207
cans. 334-793-6990 2/2, 3 miles from automation systems manager, layout Adult bedside potty C ere k thick memory foam
Mar. famiy of 2, $500 and design specialist and editor, chair, XL $15 850-526- w/armrest $35 for mattress topper. MACHINE- INDUSTRI Treadmill, brand
Mo, No Pets 850-482-wATVs 3426 both 850-526-3426 $150 850-272-4074 AL 1/2HP 6.2 AMPS new, automatic, pd
Pets3-Previousnewspaperexperience 38 -2$500 (850)592-2507 $550 wants $350 850-
and college degree preferred. Adult wheelchair, re- Corningware, some Kirby Vacuum- Din- Playstation 2 w/4 593-5103
$350 + dep 850- 579- Utility Vehicle 660, Greatbenefit package. lines to laying posi- blue pattern, $2- mond Ed.,G-Series,ail oames & 2 control- Tn shaped computer
tion, mint condo. $50 $10/each piece 850- attchmts incIOBO, rers $100 850-408- desksw/pfileodrawer
4622/209-1664/573- camo, 110 hours, 850-526-3426 482-4944 $350 (850)272-7110 1183 $ i00 850-482-2844
1851 $7400. 229-254-0072 Apply at www~mediageneral.com AM/FM receiver & Dell 2200MP Projec- K sz Sealy Posture Pocket 22 short re-
Or mail your resume to: sep. cassette player tor, new, used once, Perfect dbl pillow top volver $150 850-569- Wicker cat bed, 2 lev-
J $35 850-569-2194 $450 850-482-5207 mattress set, $100 2194 els, new cond. $25
F JA-U' KE C O ~UN T Y Louise Thomas, Army foot locker w/3 Dell Optiplex 270- 850272EI967 RCA surround sound-_850-526-3426
HR Generalist, compartment tray, Tower System Lg. bag girls Clothes 5 spk.+ sub, all wires Wild Blue Modem,
excelcond. $35 850- Intel Pentium 4 sz. 10/12 $20 850- included $60 works like new, $150


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Automobiles Automobiles Motorcycles Sport UtilityVehicles] Vans Trucks-HeavyDuty LegalAds LegalNotices LegalNotices Legal Notices
forSaleforSale Harley Davidon 02' Ford 98 Eplrr, Chevy 03'Astro van Dod e 7' Ram MONUMENT AT THE opened and recorded tified by the NAME
Harley Davidson 02' Ford '98 Explorer, Chevyn 03' Astro van 9RLegaINotices NE CORNER OF THE BY THE JACKSON OF THE FIRM, NAME
Chevy '05 Monte Car- Heritage Softail $575 down, 000 Inter- Lt pack. 61K actual I SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF COUNTY BOARD OF AND NUMBER OF THE
lo Cust, paint Char. Springer like new, to est. Daylight Auto Fi- mi. rear air, very nice * THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 COUNTY COMMISA BID, ALONG WITH
Gray Many Cust. opt. many ext. to list nancing. 1-800-470- cond. $7,800. OBO LF14803 OF SECTION 26, SIONERS PURCHAS- THE DATE AND TIME
Fr End Damage $4800 .v n - ni 1? non 0650 9am/9pm 347-5560 after 6pm IN THE CIRCUIT TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH, ING DEPARTMENT lo- OF OPENING.
OBO 334-475-6267 GMC'08 Yukon SLT, Chrysler '95 Voyager, COURT OF THE RANGE 10 WEST, cated at 2864 MADI-
or 475-0084 HARLEY i . ... ....'03 rear bucket seats, VG, auto, seats 8, FOURTEENTH JACKSON COUNTY SON STREET, Marian- List of bidders and
CHEVY '08 Impala, :. -" . ,, ' ,,e power lift gate, 3rd pOwer, am/fm cass. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT FLORIDA., THENCE na, Florida 32448 on awards (if any) shall
Grey, 46746 mi, A/C, 4Ka n rn, L ,c .urai,Yp, ~ u seat, white,o 1K new tires, NOW IN AND FOR JACKSON SOUTH 89 DEGREES 02/08/10 at 20:OOPM be announced at this
stereo, Lke new 4 door, 4 cylinder cooler, many extra's. miles, garaged/ $1975 OBO 850-592- COUNTY, FLORIDA 25 MINUTES 15 SEC- CST. meeting of the Jack-
$1500tereo, Like new. 44,000 miles, $10,500. 334-803-5008 perfect.334-692-4124 2832 CIVIL ACTION ONDS EAST, 23.00 son County Board of
1186, 334-712-9171. 334-7907959 Harley Davidson 07' or 334-797-7603 Dodge '05 Caravan, T CASE NO. 32 2008 CA SIDE OF OLD U.S. General Conditions ers. Bid award will
Chevy i. rimirn Ultra Classic 12.000 . Hummer o06 H3, 41 dual ais, DVD, pwr 000868 ROAD, THENCE S 00 may be obtained be made to the best
Z28 I. uWI.: ,.-. ..'' .'d .-. ..... noonn roof, windows & locks, 33-B7 5 IVISION DEGREES 17 MI- from the Purchasing bidder, but the right
ext.t ..L . I.u1 1 '- "" . .. .i seats, satilite good condt 334-67-0755. NUTES 23 SECONDS Department between is reserved to reject
4-sp ';-. ."'.. ""' ' "' - .- ,. Iolue exterior. $5,500 334-792-5333 WELLS FARGO BANK WEST, 66.80 FEET the hours of 8:00 am any or all bids.
256-2.: ." '' "-*' ; OBO.798-9695 Dodge '98 Ram 1500 NA, ALONG SAID ROAD, C.T. and 4:00 pm C.T.
edy> J.1.- -i' * Hailey L'.. 1..... , ... . I. :".7 d,...'.n n"' THENCE SOUTH 01 Monday through Fri- By: Jeremy Branch
Chevy '*79 Impala Ei.-:,irr 1:I, : ,-1 Ph, :a:: plaintiff DEGREES 57 MI- day. Information or Board Chairman
rebL.Ir. ,a,, ..,, LEXUS'Oi:D E F .i' ,- ",i .. I. , . | .J , ,.,, .. ' NUTES 37 SECONDS Inquiries may be Board of County
engine, 3rd owner, $6,400 West Main Car warrenty left. J. ' ., '"' :': ..'; vs. WEST, 98.31 FEET made by contacting Commissioners
ready to drive, ripe Sales LLC 1919 $17,000.334-618-4430 DODGE .1 .ALONG SAID ROAD, Stanley Hascher, Pur-
to customize. $2,000. West Main Street HrOeD Daydo '0B - " MICHAEL S. THENCE SOUTH 09 chasing Agent, at
334-791-0555 (334) 699-5880 Low Rider, lessothan - FORD, '0 -i i- F . T 'HA.RG,:e....t-DEGREES 29 Mi- 2864 Madison Street, Dale Rabon Guthrie
Chew 96'eLuminas-h -Km~.lacIIwran JeeT.., r,.., .' i, I. . rNUTES 04 SECONDS Marianna, Florida or Clerk of courts
Chevy 96 LuminaV-6 3K mi. black, warren 4 Jeep W obo., 334-4356320 Defendant(s). WEST, 05.64 FEET voice phone 850-718-
PS/PB/PW remote C tp perf-t cond 40L.6cyl 5spd 4WD 7, good cond. $11,000 obo., 334-435-6320 ALONG SAID ROAD, 0005, or FAX 850-482- EEO STATEMENT
control CD player . " * ~ i. '" Khaki clr.Soft-Tp, AC obo. 334-308-1112 Ford '00 Ranger, 101K NOTICEOF THENCE SOUTH 20 9682. Jackson County is
runs great, dependa- " "" l'am/fm/cd/mp3, alloy -o ge Ran r 1 OTC E DEGREES 05 Ml- committed to assur-
ble $1,450. 334-718- -- H ri,[.,.d jn ,, whls, Mopar bmpr& Ford '98 Windstar, miles, manual, new FORECLOSURE SALE NUTES SECONDS IMPORTANT ing equal opportunity
3257 . .. i & white, grill grd. Exc. Cond. $475 down, daylight Auto Fi 334-693-0685 NOTICE IS HEREBY WEST, 464.87 FEET in the award of con-
Chrystler 300 '66 -. . great 1 owner - 3 rd car. est. Daylight Auto Fl- 334630685GIVEN pursuant to a ALONG SAID ROAD Proposals SHALL be tracts and, therefore,
Convertible, Red LEXUS'02 P, ,'- 2 ,lIapE, $5,500. LOW MILES - 37,300 nancing 1-800-470- Ford '02 F150 XLT, Final Judgment of TO THE POINT OF BE- submitted in a sealed complies with all
Runs good, $10k 850- $12,900 LIKE NEW. 334-899-1212 $17,999. OBO 0650 9am/9pm red, 4WD, Triton Mortgage Foreclo- GINNING OF SAID envelope marked: laws prohibiting dis-
526-4126 WEST MAIN CAR 334-803-6882 GMC '98 Savannah Hi V8/5.4L eng, 104,168 sure dated January LINE; THENCE NORTH crimination on the
SWSALES LLC . Nissan" 0.1r ,,. r'.:.: an. leather, mi., Super Crew Cab, 06, 2010 and entered 27 DEGREES 37 MI- PROPOSALS SHALL basis of race, color,
1919 WEST MAIN ST 3.. - , ,~, ,,,. ,. .-er, Q-bed, 2 TV's good tires, tool box, in Case No. 32 2008 NUTES WEST 175.07 BE SEALED and iden- religion, national ori-
334-699-5880 e ..rl,,'.r i.r.. i,.- -, clean, ballgame $13,500.334-894-1212 CA 000868 of the Cir- FEET TO A POINT OF tified by tlhe NAME gin, age and sex.
Ino 0'Excu: r ' -,., ,,: y! $4,395. 334- or 334-494-2823 cuit Court of the CURVE; THENCE OF THE FIRM, NAME
Lincoln 01'Excutive ,,,- . . )13494/333-1291 FORD '02 F250, quad FOURTEENTH Judicial NORTHWESTERLY AND NUMBER OF THE LF14799
Series 103K mi. . - ORD '02 F-250, quad Circuit in and for AND 63.53 FEET PROPOSAL NUMBER,
w/reg. serv., power - Honda Odyssey '05 cab, Lariat, leather rc i ount ALONG THE ARC OF A ALONG WITH THE NOTICEOF
Corvette '81 windows & seats Harley .p:rlt .:r ,,r E,.L 86k mi. Silver seats, power, 7.3 JACKSON County, VE OF THE LEFT DATE OF A ALONG WITH TH APICATIONF
Corvette81 w. lumbar leather ,Or,- w/gray leather int. Diesil, new tires, Florida wherein CURVE OF THE LEFT DATE OF OPENING. APPLICATION FOR
Corvette 81 w. lumbar leather -r I*. w/gray leather int. Diesil, new tires, WELLS FARGO B N HAVING A RADIUS OF WATER USE PERMIT
Automatics350 divn. ex cond ' -"' ,. 1 , 1 owner, non-smoker 128K, $13,800 WELLS FARGO BANK HAVING A RADIUS OF WATER USE PERMIT
Automatic 350 int. new tires adult - 1 owner, non-smoker 128K, $13,800 NA, is the Plaintif 130.0 FEET AND A By: Jeremy
(Silver) sell as is driven exc. cond. c.r pwr slide doors, 334-899-0099 MICHAEL S CENTRAL ANGLE OF Branch_____ Notice is hereby giv-
$6000. 00 $6,900. cash firm " . moon roof, rear A/C HARGETT KARLA 28 DEGREES BOARD CHAIRMAN en that pursuant to
334-774-1915 334-790-4892 nR ,;i frt.-. , ,. P'.'* 2nd row capt. chairs HARGETT A/K/A 00 MINUTES TO A Board of County Chapter 373, Florida
Datsun '78 280Z 2+2, Lincoln Town Car r '91 . Goodcond.$13,900 KARLA J. HARGETT; POINT OF COM- Commissioners Statutes, the follow-
Datsun'78 280Z 2+2, Lincoln Town Car91 garage kept .12 mi, Nissan'07 Pathfinder 334-393-8824 TENANT #1 N/K/A POUND CURVE; ing applications) for
original owner, 5 V8 motor, mint cond., Must see. $t1k OBO Black, Auto. 43K SCOTT BERGMAN THENCE NORTH- water use permits)
speed, fuel injected, burgundy, 39,390. C'dale 850-352-4342 SE Black Auto. 43K anted: I and TENANT #2 WESTERLY AND Dale Rabon Guthrie has (have) been re-
180k miles, some New tires, nice int., . mi. leather int., 3rd Automobiles N/K/A SYLVIA BERG- 133.87 CLERK OF COURT ceived by 'the North-
rust, runs but needs needs back shocks. . ' -' r.. . r- L,- . i MAN are the Defend- FEET ALONG THE west Florida Water
work. $2500 OBO 850- $2000. 334-897-5482. ,, .. . Wanted: Corvair for L ants, I will sell to the ARC OF A CURVE TO Management Dis-
579- 2136 Iv msg -Mazda'06 RX8. I. Wanted: Corvair for at, Loaded, 4x4, 5.4 highest and best bid- THE LEFT HAVING A trict:
Fisher '07 1710 60 hp Silver, exc. cond., - Nissan n' ,,.-.qu ,,E parts 1965-69 will V-8, Tow Package, der for cash RADIUS OF 260.0 EEO STATEMENT ict
Mercury 4 str, fully 30,216 miles, $16,500 l- i,,. ..J..r ,ri haul off. 334-678-6990 Lthr, sun roof, every atNORTH DOOR FEET AND A CENTRAL Jackson County is Application number
loaded, garage kept. 334-308-1395 1 7---- option. Like New JACKSON COUNTY ANGLE OF 29 DE- committed to assur- 107081 filed
Less .than5hrs. Warr. 9 - Honda 01' Reflex " - Tru.: H.., [Dur j $22k, 253-722-7626 COURTHOUSE, MA- GREES 30 MINUTES; ing equal opportunity 12/14/2009
until 2013. $9, 875 Mazda 96'clean, Honda 01'IReflex r O A ENC NORTHTT 85 in the award of con-Charles Hagler, 6334
OO. 334- 7141543 od cond. White Scooter maroon, ' . I iiii I l ethDEGREES 07 SEC- tracts and, therefore, Highway 2, Bascom,
Ford '04 Crown Vi- 1695.3347932142 cto- mpg/mph $2500 Tahoe LT . ' "' . , , February ONDS WEST 464.37 complies with all FL 32423
ia LX, loaded, 55K Mercedes '04 Benz 205-310-5662 Leather, Sunroof, h. - - "10. the following FEET. laws prohibiting dis- Requesting a maxi-
riaLX, loaded, 55K E320. sports nack 205-310 Bose Stereo ' 1 , J.,r. poet crimination on the mum withdrawal of
miles, drives like a E320. sports pack- . se Je, -res ' '' th i prsoa y A/K/A 4765 COUN- basis of race, color, 1,440,000 gallons per
---------.r,:r,.-. 1 ,1..-. ' ' . J. BF ., ires, .'i I. 'rth in said F A 4765D COU N- basis of race' color, d allonser
dream. $8700 321- ....:ar,:l . . . : r * Judg- TRY LAKE DRIVE, MA- religion, national ori- day from te Flordan
231e-6363. ---2 r,..r ', H-,~,lr, r Fr I iORD'F0Lariet Judg RIANNA, FL 32446 gin, age and sex. Aquifer System for
231-6363.�. ,l FORD '05 F150 Lariet Agricultural Irriga-
Ford 08'Focus SE Red ' . . r.,-,e Kept $11,600 2003 ,,r.1, I It I71 4x4, 5.4LT, Fully load- LF4811
Exc. cond. $8,500 334- Mercedes -S' L. 23i,. 8, 334-797-2459 5.3L, AT, 5th whl ed, leather seats COMMENCING AT Any person claiming LF14811 n use by an e
796-4342 ,i'r, r. H-.. .:.P (:,..- New 8 ply tires sunroof, 4dr, 72K THE NORTHWEST an interest in the sur- ig f0 BID withdraw wal
de -G r, cr n Station Wagons Grecd. 134kmi $18,500.334-791-5282 CORNER OF THE plus from the sale, if INVITATION TO BID w i t h d r a w a I
Ford 08'Focus SE Red i .', ,IT,,. " 701-0320. $9,900 $18,500. 334-791-5282SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF any, other than the JACKSON COUNTY locations) in
Exc. condo. $9,500. i,.50., _"J.'..i' t_,I SOUTHEASt 1/4 OF property owner as of Jackson County:
334-796-4342 ..2008 F-250 Ford SECTION 26, TOWN- the date of the Lis NOTICE is hereby TO7N, R08W, Sec. 29C
-- Nissan 05 Alima. . Honda- 05 Lariat Exc. Cond. . . r - SHIP 5 NORTH Pendens must file a given to all interest-
I s r,,'- ..RED': i EO vTX1300R/S Beauti- I'r ' 13,176 Mi. $36,000 S It RANGE 10 WEST AND claim within sixty ed persons or firms Interested persons
I'1 - ^ 10.:' 342 . I iiSCandy Black Cher- Tru.ck is fijIIv loaded RUN SOUTH 89 DE- (60) days after the that sealed bids will may object to or coa
r/., over$2000 in ac- _c5,'*O,.4.2 GREES 25 MINUTES sale, be accepted at the ment upon the appli-
NISSAN '0. Airim-, .:essories. 8k miles, euadylaigitalexp.com 15 SECONDS EAST Jackson County Pur- cations or submit a
",-i. n,.-. 41,. rIr,,I. askingg $5700 Chevrolet '06 1500 Ford '06 F350,Diesel, ALONG THE NORTH WITNESS MY HAND chasing Department wren request fora
Le '.-e. vsa:rt..: n, Honda 06' Rebel Solid olds '96 Ciera SL, Silverado WT, ex- 4WD, clean, 50k mi, LINE OF SAID SOUTH- and the seal of this located at the Jack- copy of the staff rinine-
. :r -. $1 >:.' ,.hire windshield & wagon, V-6, loaded, tended cab. Good gooseneck hitch, EAST 1/4 OF SOUTH- Court on January 6, traction buy Adming, 2864 proposed agency ac
3..4 3l. - 200i mi. 30,000 miles, like new cond., $9,500. OBO $25k, 850-569-2262 EAST 1/4 355.25 2010. Madison Street, Ma- tion regarding the ap
Nissan "sO Alit-ni $3000. OBO 334-886- $3225. 334-790-7959 334-798-3352 Ford '07 F150 XLT FEET, THENCESOUTH Dale R. Guthrie rianna, FL. 32448 NO plication(s) by writ-
FORD08 Focus SES uNDR WARRANT, 3326 334-714-1110 OT superdrew,4X4 5.4L, NUTES 36 SECONDS Clerk of the Circuit LATER THAN 2:00PM g to the Division of
Sporty Look ihVo LIKE NEW! $200 down HONDA '06 Shadow, 2500 Duramax LTZTrl flex fuel, dark blue WEEST 31 EET Court C.T. on 02/08/10 for Resource Regulation
Command. irus at- Candy Apple Red, 2.8 Loaded Z71 36K w/bed cover, 144K THENCE SOUTH', 314. 52 the following project: of the Northwest
oS d.c wi Sat. Ei RRed, 2.8 Loaded Z71 36 r, K THENCE SOUTH' 5 Florida Water Man-
ellite, 6 CD Stereo. Ellis 334-714-0028 miles, LIKE NEW, 21-24ft boat trl, new miles, 4 door, mi, pwr, CC, $14,500 DEGREES 29 MI- By:/s/ Beverly BID NUMBER 1015 aemnt Drict a
21,000 miles, $13,000 BUY M E! $5,300 229-334-8520, tires $500. OBO automanualtrans- 334-714-6999 NUTES EAST, 170.40 Hatcher BD NUMBER: 0910-15 agementDistrictat
(334)792-0946 334-355-1202 256-365-0328 mission, Like New - FEET THENCE SOUTH Deputy Clerk BID NAME: Request mention Terr Peter-
httkp:/ home.rr.com/ NHeod ba Shes 4 00 tenaa2nalTrac- conditionblack exte-e 0 FEET, DBfor Rid on 20 (Owen- son, 152 W after Man-
nukfish________Nissan'08Altima, kfme4 nrior, black interior, NORTH 85 DEGREES SCBA cylinders vana, Florida 32333-
white/gray interior, red/blk flames $4000. /International Trac- 4WD, $37,000 - 07 MINUTES WEST, R S RA cylinders vana, Fbtrua 3h i-
sunroo whs 726-1434/677-5489 tor w/ 8 implements 3W7236720 41 HEC REQUEST FOR 9700, but such com-
33K miles.$16,000. Kawasaki '08 Vulcan $10,500.850-263-7406 14E4 l eEE-S227 M4 G JACKSNF C N BD P G PROPOSAL ments or requests
34-6300 0 customChevy 04'Silverado 4 DEGREES 27 Mi- JACKSON COUNTY BID OPENING: Bids must be received by
334-693-0830 900 custom, 2400 Bushhog 9044, field white 4-dr. loaded, NUTES 21 SECONDS will be opened and 5 o'clock p.m. on Jan-
Oldmobile '93 Silhou- miles, windshield, ready, shelter kept. 87K mi. Exc. cond. Ford '68 F100 step WEST, 321.10 FEET NOTICE is hereby recorded on Febru- uary 28, 2010.
ette,tan,pwr eba, red. Re- $10,500 OBO.334- BOSE radio system side, REDUCED, TO THE NORTH given to all interest- ary 8, 2010 at 2:00PM
windows/locks, CC, ed 0 347-4283 or 334-447- $16,500.C334-618-0017 MUST SELL, runs BOUNDARY OF ed persons or firms CST at .the Jackson No further public no-
Ford '65 T-Bird, auto, sunroof, 161K 1 own- 692-3337 or 796-5421 2572 great 18K mi. black, COUNTRY CLUB that sealed proposals County Administra- tice will be provided
390 4bbl, slide steer- er, $1800. MUST SEE! CHEVY '66, custom MSTA $5,500 obo. HILLS LAKES ES- will be accepted at tion Building 2864 regarding this
ing, 69K miles, $8,995 334-648-5817 CARGO Trailer 6x6 V8, ps/pb, swb, auto, 334-671-3772. TATES, A RECORDED the Jackson County Madison St. Marian- ( t h e s e )
n, 6K s71-$051 3r-- 1c I':-.;J,-J r-, runs & looks good. S U B D-I-V I SI INO ; Purchasing Depart- na Fl. 32448 application(s). Publi-
334-797-5051 One owner Cadillac 0. .3 113 ' Needs some work. FORD '77, F100,350, THENCE NORTH 76 entlocated at na Fl. 32448 alication o s) this notice
334794 Deville Exc. Cond. $2,500.334-735-5404 V8, long wheel base, DEGREES 48 MI- Jackson County Ad- Specifications and cons titu e s
Ford '84 Econoline $3500714-1804 FORD TW 1, Tr~.::" CE auto, ps/pb, runs & NUTES 17 SECONDS ministration building, General Conditions constructive notice of
Van Good cond. III:.r,,l. $1r , ...- 3Chevy '71 El Camino, looks good. $2,500. WEST, 138.28 FEET minatn bln General Condition t o tice of
$1800. 334-791-9099 U Pontiac '08 G6 GT .w i -nd If .,."E. e ino,$7go 2,500. A 2864 Madison Street, may be obtained this permit applica-
M0nUST SELL! $200 Kawasaki te W er1 g 1d 2cularuld3u. 850- 594-3282 334-735-5404BALONG SAID NORTH Marianna, Fl. 32448 from the Purchasing tion to all substan-
Ford '93 Taurus, runs down $249 per month Mlonst , oergy edi- 334'701-1836 FORD,'77 F100 NORTH 14 DEGREES until 2:00 PM C.T. on Department between tially affected per-
good, needs AC, Call Ron Ellis tion. pipes, power CHEVY '87 deluxe 10 cy. short wheel 160UT S EC 2/08/10 for the fol- the hours of 8:00 sons. A copy of the
$2200. 1-334-475-1723 334-714-0028 commander, high Lilliston 6000, field Red w/blk stripes. base, runs & looks INTS EA SEC-T lowing item or items: A.M. C.T. and 4:00 staff reports) must
flow air filter, low ready, shelter kept. $2000. 334-714-9558 asd. $2,500.00. runs& ONDS EAST, 3963 P.M. C.T. Monday be requested in order
Ford '93 Taurus, runs Pontiac'98 Grand Am miles. $10,500. $1000. 334-347-4283 h -735-5404 FEET; THENCE RFP NUMBER:0910-14 through Friday. Infor- to remain advised of
good, needs AC. $375 down, 0% Inter- 334-790-1852. or 334-447-2572 Chevy 91' 1500 Short 334SOUTH 87 DEGREES RFP NAME: Request mation or Inquiries further proceedings
$2200. 334-475-1723 est. Daylight Auto Fi- bed V-8 auto new 43 MINUTES 48 SEC- for proposal to pick- may be made by con- and any public hear-
Ford 95M t C dancing 1-800-470- Mojo Motor Scooter paint good cond ' OND EAT , 10.10 "White Gods" acting StanHascher, ing date. Substantial-
nvertable $2500 M650 u g 0o0260 138 'S meinBur e. ..r.'4 F T N from the Jackson Purchasing Agent, at ly affected persons
726-0256 **Reduced: LEXUS $1650 850-258-1638 17 .:, .: OF BEGINNING, RE- County Re-cycle cen- 2864 Madison Street, are entitled to ret
92 Runs great Red Kawasaki 09' 0 8 R- ' r f a" .:. Co, I . 1 BSERVING HOWEVER, ter and Rebate man- Marianna, Florida or quest an administra
Ford '99 Taurus, 4 Looks good! $3,500, Ninia Like New 250R �,. APJIW �" * , i . . AN EASEMENT FOR es to the County. voice phone 850-718- tive hearing regard-
door all power 110k Jack 239-464-0985 w/ jacket 3,500. mi. . . Ford .. "" F 1 ..:. INGRESS AND 0005, or Fax 850-482- ing the proposed
miles.Greatshape $3,995.334-692-3211 - .. .0 rn,:,or.:tl. EGRESS DESCRIPTION: The 9682. Bid packets agency action by
$3,200 334-685-0560 Volkswagen '06 Bee- Leave Mess New ,-9 'n Tr'.. r. run- ar. : -.;eed OVER AND ACROSS Jackson County may be obtained submitting a writ-
tie.auto.diesel.42K J: ,,-,:W . * .i"i" tra-r., ,v.b, rlb:,. THE EAST 40 FEET Board of Commis- from our Web site, ten request accord-
LO O K m.i.JMP.G l,:. , i .. V R.- : d tinted wn- .:.:., THEREOF SAID PAR- sioners is seeking www.jacksoncountyf ing to the provisions
LeO K L,.n 99'5n :"'..' 3 , r 1 ; ,,',, 1 rc t, a9S.10, 3dr $2I. 060' :., 4 . CEL LYINGAND qualified vendors to .us Click on Purchas- of 28-601.201, Florida
FORD- Brand New ' r J2. 65 . V6 Vortex, a/t, a/c. oo n6066/272-2499 N NTHWEI T 1/4 respond to this Re- ing then on Bid's and Administrative Code.
2010 Mustang GT2 160K mi., $3500. obo Sonoma '03 GMC THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OFquest for Proposal to RFP's. Notices of Proposed
dr,5.spdtransblT bik- __ i _ r,- 16(D) 334-798-1768 edCa 3 THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 supply 2- 30yard Agency Action will be
extbl kint,2WD,850 - . - (N)691-2987 Engie Automatic OFTHESE 1 Dumpsters for ' IMPORTANT mailed only to per-
miles $28,500"" E ( 1 ngine Automati SECTION Z6, "White Goods" from sons who have filed
(334)479-8028 Triumph '., I-i ,,- . ." -P- .' r tir -. TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH, the Jackson County Bids SHALL be sub- such requests.
(334)479-8028 Typ. s Sprt- .:.. '. RANGES 10 WEST O- Re- ycle Center, mitted in a sealed
Xl---. Bires.brab-,. , ETHER FOLLOWINGTH THE Pick-up the "White envelope marked:
S 0 K or WEST MAIN 1 " " ' INRS a nd rebate the Coun- SUBMISSION DEAD-
SAL ,$50ESTLC 0. 0pg 00TY MANN FEETO; 0 WENty monies aon per LINE: DATE: 02-
1919 WEST MAIN ST '08.80mpg, 1000 mi.' 1997 Crh C.r,.. .. an Ford ',i PRan-,r .: .CHE -h SIDE OF FOLLOWING basis for the 08/10 TIME:
334-699-5880 $3000. mfw 445-6302 Very nice, 112k mi. 76,000 rl,: s 4 .:1 DESCRIBED LINE; WhiteGoods. 200PM CST OUT THE
GM '72 Chevelle VERY NICE CAR. ' I Le.thr,r. I.., p:. r . . . � ,d. r., ,. r ,ir: ULI COMMENCING AT AN PROPOSAL OPENING: CLTT5lEFIDS'
Super sports front VW'00 New Beetle- '. ' L,',,,J. ' E.- " ' $L.illi' EXISTING CONCRETE PrDop,.',1 'ill rei SEALED BID a.-d den i
clip R e d, 2 -dr. h ard T u rbo, A T, su n -ro o f, d ,n .' 1 C i .i i ,4..; .. -
leather, 5 CD/ Cas- -
top Needs work. sette, runs great, ex-
Great proj car $3,200 cellent gas mileage. * - -
334-774-2825. $5,500. 334-790-2144 Yamaha 5 V . .
Honda '03 Accord EX, VW '06 Passat, load- arn. edpt. ,,-", ,
black, leather, sun- ed, blue/black, GPS, name red-. e,-- "-..__
roof, very nice. sattalite radio, new .:.:.ncr. .S-, m, I 9_:
$9,500. 334-726-1215 tires, like new inside , ,n,:i .,., t'r. - '
4dr, a/c, 5sp, power. oveseas.$12,000. .:ri-r. 6.2,)0 \3'- w:_.�
69,500 mi., Good 9as 334-347-0414 33- ,os .,:.r ,r,,
mileage & condition, r . ._" . _ , ..E.:._ _P.." ,

33,200 ml, navigation, 6 hevelle Malibu . -- .\
sunroof, 35mpg, au- Convertible SBC, au- , Ari.-HA 'i: g'.�
685-6233 Runst & Drbves Great 1Li@,: k .I,.r.:.r.:,,:e -.-
Honda '07 Civic EX (334)618-0585 a $ . R14
silver, coupe,. 5sp, Hi,,,e E*.0u.t r,-
39K miles, $.3,200 or tem. 4 helmets andi

siver oupe,35 p, ' Lk nw $000
OBO. 334-308-1112 etiful project or m pself s2tor age ' '
parts car 1958 Me l e. $ 9 _ i P |o -
er 4 dor,cblack, ,,,v 69o . Grader. Pan ". ci/izin in elderly. CNA *24 Hi- A Cce 20 sec Eerienae Rde,,er Weed Eating

Honda as Far or p,:n-t./Kwindshield.Gigantic ,,n,,,n, /n, * Excavator " i l .nc Certified. Will do *Key Pad Ent,;' Realoe Pikes Hedg T dimming
loaded, low miles, button trans. Will Yamaha 07 VStar n, ni * Dump Truck c'ra5nel " " light housekeeping *Paj' I Monbh- Ge t \ilenU C an:ome one. E ing
silver w/gray & black need a few parts. 1300 Tour, fuel inject- 3- e inBusinless * Bulldozer 850-272-1982 1,il& cooking. 2nd Month FREE SiM l-i. Kindall Torbett
$15900 3-7-31a71 pickup so will trade cruise control, load-a1 - eoition( ) --3 O O . M2 4C71eam

DVD Ster. syst. $850 weekends only pis. YAMAHA '0812 V-star 'Gradin
OBO 334-475-6267 or Model A 1929, 2 dr 250, burgendy, 1836 ' gSite PrepomemprovementMusical
334-75-084t'nellecxe d ravr ios miles. $2695. 334-693- St Prep Hoe improvement Ho me Improvementi Maid/Housekeepingi Musca


n-,i.r,,,-,,.ti, 4rim, 'Leveling 'Home Improvement insarumeo repair
" _'.,,.._,"". I . r/Mopeds AC&Heatingc TopSiil 'Fill Di'' POLE BARN To1uil/]il.ani
*6 AC & Heatirg *op * Drt I POLE BARN musie/Band
DIContractorseGravel
.,^,1S,:, , Scooter good cond. Land Clearing VCERTFITES KITS MARIANNA RELIABLE
3i r.34-714-6744 AVAILABLE METAL PROFESSIONAL IeOeri,,
NNt I0, . , . Since 1960 Repairs Additins LocallyOwned META PROFESSIONL Reeordi
$5,395 West Main Car new in 2005, $2000 Spurt utility Vehicles R ' * Remodeling R mMM, INC # I record & mix
Sales LLC 1919 2007 YZF250, $00great " ",r n ir * oiin ,r "I I - -- from my home
West Main Street shape and we I main- , i Ennergy Efeny "letal Roofin
(334) 699-5880 ine $4000. Buy &s ATJI-ll Applianceilill T In Marianna.


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CLASSIS.WESTMAIN BTrailer 5X8 $500 White 850-579-4694 I It A I QUl 'l KJ's INTERIOR Hm HOME REPAIRS
33469A5880. HARLEY Davidson501 Chevy Trailblazer 08'i QUALITY S ERVICE, DESIGN R-HO E and BY
334-699-5880. HARLEY Davidson '01 black, LS 31K mi. A/C ReparsS
Road King Police, & Rear air Exc. Cond. Land Clearing, Inc. QUALITY PRICEI Decorating for Improvements HOMEWORKS
EEP '6 Wr ailer, 2 16,500 miles. White, $15,000. 334-791-9115 ALTHA, FL M Any Occasion FREE E6timates "Beautificatio
door, auto, 4 wheel lean sh3 774 663 Ford 00 Explorer kp/C | HEAT SER'ICE 8R0.76.9402 TILE SETTING Holiday Decorating Insured of Your Home"
drive. $14,000 334 4WD, auto, loaded, Cell 850832.s0SS $2.50/SQ FT Including Paining/Carpnry Car ntr/P n
685-0846HARLEY DAVIDSON black excellent . WiTi a ristmas Trees Decks/Porches nation
S 02 Fatboy with lots condition new tires ,i' WE OFFER COMPLETE Wu-n ClC Ssa Wreaehs, ir * Instalations
FULLY LOADED, LOW 4952GREAT3 r733-18-44RED HFIHESnMATESFORPROJECTS Call for Appt. ( ,d l Offffllla H. Long, Jr.
PAYMENT $500 Honda 03 VTX 1800 GMC 00 Jimmy, 2900 Borden St. 50) 204278 50-482-7377 Iured
down $250 per month Exc. Cond. Red in col- great cond., $4200 20 YWARS EXPEaI . Q 5 263 27825 482-7377 D lgmerKd
Call 334-791-8243 Ask or new chrome OBO 850-526-2491 850482-4594 3so 850-209-9395 r
dor Steve Hatcher $6200. 334-308-1395 ask for Tom ,oa.:edrw'rr t5 - . IT (312) 287-5293 850 209"9









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