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

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

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Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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THURSDAY


Man faces manslaughter charge


B, ASHLEY McKEEN
Fl.ORID\ S STiTr WRIElR

Marianna resident Randall Wayne
Barnes, 44, was arrested Tuesday on the
charge of a negligent homicide in connec-
tion with the death of 31-year-old Corine
Monisha Speights.
Following the fatal shooting, which
occurred nearly a year ago at the Marianna
Garden Apartments, Barnes then attempt-
ed to take his own life.
According to a police report, on the
morning of Jan. 29 at approximately 8
a.m., authorities -found Speights on the
floor of her living room, dead from a gun-
shot wound to her face.
Barnes was found lying to the right of
the victim, suffering from a gunshot
wound to the head, apparently self-inflict-


led, with his semi-
automnatic weapon
lying next to him.
The gun. a .40 cal-
" - iber BerrIIetta used in
Sthe shooting.,
belonged to Barnes.
according to the
police report.
_.'_ " ' Emergency offi-
Randall Wayne oCals arrived
moments later to
Barnes transport Barnes to
Jackson CouInty
Hospital for treatment to his nearly fatal
wound.
"Since the day of the incident. Barnes
has been through a year of constant med-
ical care," Police Chief Hayes Baggett said
Wednesday. "He.has been in and out of


Surgery and still has yet to fully recover."
A\'c,.iding to Major Donnie Branch of
the Ja.ckson County Sheriff's Office.
Barnic was arrested Tuesday by the sher-
iff, office on a warrant for negligent
h ,.nlcide. .
Barnes was picked Lup at the courthouse
after making an appearance.
Barnes was released from custody as of
5 p.m. Wednesday, according to the
Jihckson County Correctional Facility.
"He probably is out for medical rea-
sons," Baggett said. "He had a pretty hor-
rifi, wound and while in jail, the city is
reIonsible for his medical needs. So more
th:a likc ly he was released for more med-
ic! ilttientllion."
According to the police report, witness-
esI in the apartment at the time of the inci-
dent claimed Barnes was drunkenly wavy-


ing the gun around. The group had been
playing cards, drinking and smoking crack
cocaine that night, according to the police
report.
While Barnes was waving the firearm
around, it went off, hitting Speights in the
face. The two witnesses fled the apartment
following the shooting.
According to the police report, in their
absence, the suspect attempted to commit
suicide by shooting himself in the head,
under his chin.
The report states Barnes' toxicology
screen indicated the suspect's blood alco-
hol level at 0.392, "which is a clear indica-
tion of extreme alcohol intoxication during
the ... shooting event."
There were no further details on Barnes'
medical condition, or when he will appear
in court again as of Wednesday afternoon.


Student Arts asia on gets sneak peek
advance ent - "_.,__', ..... _._ BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
ehA nnh s FLORIn AN STAFF WRITFER


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for county
BY ASHLEY McKEEN
FLiORIDAN STAFF W iTrER

The Jackson County School
Board approved the 2009-10 stu-
dent progression plan at
Tuesday's board meeting.
Following months of delibera-
tion among board members, the
plan has now met their approval.
It determines the criteria for
Jackson County students' promo-
tion to the next grade.
One of the changes to the plan
include the requirement that stu-
dents in the first and second
grades must receive a minimum
yearly average of a 70, or "C", in
reading and mathematics.
Currently, first and second grade
students are only required to have
a minimum yearly average of a
See STUDENT, Page 4A �>


The arts association got a sneak peek at the soon-to-be-constructed Chipola College Center for the
Arts, a $16 million project. - Mark Skinner / Floridan


Chipola College President
Gene Prough and his facilities
director, Louy Harris, picked up a
substantial donation for the
school's arts program on
Tuesday.
At its first meeting of the new
year, the Chipola Regional Arts
Association presented Prough
and Harris checks for $8,500 and
$2,000. The lion's share goes to
the fined and performing arts
department. The smaller check
goes to arts-oriented programs
for children which are hosted by
Chipola.
The arts association got some-
thing in return - a sneak peek at
the soon-to-be-constructed
Chipola College Center for the
Arts, a $16 million project. The
price tag includes construction
and all related costs.
"The other 27 hate us," said
Chipola College President Gene
Prough. said with a gleam in his
See PEEK, Page 4A >


Chipola student center gets makeover

BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF W RITER ",I , , . . . -.',

Back in 1956, when Jeff Crawford started
his freshman year at Chipola College, the ' ."
modest campus was made up of two Army
barracks and one brick building.- " '
The barracks had been sent over from sw.' --
Graham Air Base, and they were used as
classrooms.
Crawford said he was grateful back then
that Chipola existed at all. w
"If it weren't for Chipola and those 'old
Army barracks, I wouldn't have any college . '.
at all. I love Chipola," Crawford said .
Tuesday, as he stood looking at the latest "C
progress on campus.
He was standing in the newly renovated
student center and cafeteria, 53 years after he4
graduated in 1957.
In the ceiling above his head, a pair oft5
black antennas hung suspended as evidence
of the building's signature high-tech feature,
the Wi-Fi that gives students wireless access
to the Internet. d
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Students enjoy a free pasta lunch at in the newly renovated cafeteria
Wednesday. - Mark Skinner / Floridan


and student center


Local Sonny's joins

Haiti relief effort


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The Sonny's barbecue
restaurant in Maaiirnna, and
many other Sonny's locations
throughout the southeastern
United States, will donate a
prUiti'on of ihcil h .al. next
Tuesday k' Hiai .tlietf
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The .money will go to the
Red Cross as it asist- in the
aftermath of the cjatatrophic
earthquake there, company.
officials said.
A manager at the local
Sonny's said dJ'nati-m-n will


be 2isen based on all sales
made through the full hours
oft operation on Jan. 26. from
I I a.m. until 9 p.m.
Those \\ho would like to
makc a contribution in addi-
lion to dining at Sonny's on
Tuesday. can make a donation
to the American Red Cross
International Rdsponse Fund
at redcros-,.org, or b\ calling
1-800-RED-CROSS.
Donors. can designate their
gifts to Haiti relief.
Residents can also donate
$10 b\ te\ting "HAITI" to
90999.


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Contact Us
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
FAX: (850) 482-4478
E-mail: editorial@jcfloridan.com
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32446
Office Hours:
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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on Sunday. The Jackson County
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lished Tuesday through Friday and
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postage paid at Marianna, Fla.
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whether such error is due to the
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Community Calendar


January 21 - Thursday
* Southeast Community Blood Center's
"Healing at Home, Help for Haiti" is Jan. 20-
24. During the event, SCBC will contribute $5
per donor to Doctors Without Borders for
Haiti relief efforts. The Marianna SCBC branch
is at 2503 Commercial Park Drive. Regular
hours are Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Call
526-4403. Thursday: The blood mobile will be
at Graceville High School, 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
* 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 and explain roles and discuss vol-
unteer opportunities. To register, call 482-
8520.
* The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees
will convene a Building and Grounds
Committee meeting at noon in the Hudnall
Building Community Room.
* Jackson County Schools Superintendent
Lee Miller convenes a town hall meeting, 5-6
p.m. in Sneads City Hall. Citizens welcome to
meet district staff, ask questions. Call 482-
1200.
* The Breast Cancer Support Group meets
at 5 p.m. in Jackson Hospital's ground floor
classroom, 4250 Hospital Drive, Marianna.
Open to anyone who has or had breast cancer
or breast health issues. No cost. Call 718-
2661.
* 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 the West Florida Electric office in Sneads 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 22 - Friday
* Today is the deadline to register for the
Jackson County Extension Service/Master
Gardeners' Backyard Poultry Class, a two-
part program providing the homeowner basic
information about raising poultry, which is set
for Jan. 25 (6-8 p.m.) and Jan. 30 (8:30 a.m.-
2 p.m.) Cost is $25 per individual; $20 for
additional persons sharing courseware. Call
482-9620, or e-mail jacksonmg@ifas.ufl.edu.


Pre-pay and get two door-prize tickets.
* Fun Night at Guy's Gymnastics and Cheer
Center, 5:30-8:30 p.m. All proceeds and tax-
deductible donations (minimum: $15, mem-
bers; $18 non-members) will go to the Brandi
Purvis Cancer Fund. Call 482-8905 or stop by
the center to register your children.
* 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.
* Southeast Community Blood Center's
"Healing at Home, Help for Haiti" is Jan. 20-
24. During the event, SCBC will contribute $5
per donor to Doctors Without Borders for
Haiti relief efforts. The Marianna SCBC branch
is at 2503 Commercial Park Drive. Regular
flours are Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Call
526-4403.

January 23 - Saturday
* Annual Marianna High School Basketball
Kiddie Clinic is 9 a.m.-12 p.m. in the MHS
Gym. Registration: 8:30 a.m. Cost: $25. Ages
3 years to 5th grade.
* Southeast Community Blood Center's
"Healing at Home, Help for Haiti" is Jan. 20-
24. During the event, SCBC will contribute $5
per donor to .Doctors Without Borders for
Haiti relief efforts. The Marianna SCBC branch
is at 2503 Commercial Park Drive. Regular
hours are Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Call
526-4403.
* The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce will conduct a ribbon cutting cere-
mony at 2:30 p.m. during the grand opening
of The Gilbert Firm, P.A., attorney LaDray
Gilbert's law office at 2880 Green St.,
Marianna. Call 482-2223 or 482-8060.
* 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.

January 24 - Sunday
* Southeast Community Blood Center's.
"Healing at Home, Help for Haiti" is Jan. 20-
24. During, SCBC will contribute $5 per donor
to Doctors Without Borders for Haiti relief
efforts. The Marianna SCBC branch is at 2503
Commercial Park Drive. Regular hours are


Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Call 526-4403.

January 25 - Monday
* Sneads High School will have a public tree
dedication ceremony, 2 p.m. in memory of the
late Kevin Wright, a 1991 graduate of SHS.
* Chipola College will hold an 8-hour
Firearms Familiarization course Jan. 25 and
26, at the Reddoch Firing Range, 5-9 p.m.
both nights. Register and pay the $100 fee on
the first night of class. Call 718-2394 or e-
mail williamsd@chipola.edu.
* Today is the deadline to enter the 2010
Little Miss, Junior Miss and Miss Marianna
Pageant. Information packets available from
Jackson County Chamber of Commerce,
Lemon Squeeze Salon and Boutique, or
Debbie Dryden at Marianna High School (deb-
bie.dryden@jcsb.org). The pageant will be
Saturday, March 6.
* The Jackson. County Development Council
Inc. convenes its monthly board of directors
meeting at 5 p.m. in the upstairs conference
room of the Nearing Court Office Building,
2840 Jefferson St., Marianna. Call 526-4005.
* MHS Project Graduation 2010 meets at
5:30 p.m. in the Evangel Worship Center at
2645 Pebble Hill Road, Marianna. All parents
of MHS seniors are encouraged to attend to
help plan the event. Call 482-7507.
* The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees
convenes its regular Finance Committee
meeting at 5:30 p.m. in the Community Room
of the Hudnall Building.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Mondays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

January 26 - Tuesday
* The Southeast Community Blood Center
mobile unit will be at Chipola College Nursing
8 a.m.-3 p.m. The center is open 9 a.m. to 6
p.m. Monday-Friday at 2503 Commercial Park
Drive, Marianna. Call 526-4403.
* Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes Tuesdays, 1
p.m. at the Jackson County Senior Citizens
center, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call
482-5028.
* Jackson County Quilters Guild Sit-n-Sew
is every Tuesday evening, 6-8 p.m. in the First
United Methodist Church Youth Hall, Clinton
Street, behind the Marianna Post Office. Call
272-7068.
* AA open meeting - Tuesdays, 8-9 p.m. at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.


MARIANNA POLICE following incidents for
The Marianna Police Jan. 19, the latest avail-
Department listed the fol- able report: Two accidents
lowing incidents for Jan. without injury, two suspi-
19, the latest available cious vehicles, one suspi-
report: One reckless driv- cious incident, three sus-
er, one suspicious inci- picious persons, one
dent, one suspicious funeral escort, two
person, two distur- .,.. burglaries, one ver-
bances, one burglar - -,- bal disturbance, one
alarm, two larceny _i-- ,'- drug offense, 25
complaints, one tCR ME medical calls, five
trespassing corn- 4 ' burglar alarms, one
plaint, one suicide, . discharge of a
one fight in progress, one firearm call, 10 traffic
loud noise disturbance, stops, one larceny com-
one animal complaint, one plaint, one criminal mis-
assist of another agency, chief complaint, three
three public service calls papers served, one civil
and seven traffic stops. dispute, one juvenile com-
plaint, three suicide
'JACKSON COUNTY attempts, one noise distur-


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


bance, two animal com-
plaints, one fraud report,
two child abuse reports
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and seven public service
calls.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting periods:
- Lawrence Baker, 29,
2235 River Road, Sneads,
burglary with battery or
assault, criminal mischief
over $200, two counts of
failure to appear (viola-
tion of injunction, bat-
tery).
- James Barnes, 27,
3134 Whitesville Road,
Marianna, possession of
cocaine, possession of
drug paraphernalia, D.U.I.
- Rhonda Sherrod, 41,
15630 Ponderosa Lane,


Blountstown, violation of
court order.
- Eyvind Murphy, 22,
5947 Grandberry Drive,
Cypress, violation of
county probation.
- Edward Daniels, 18,
4128 Herring Ave.,
Marianna, violation of
county probation.
- Harvey Merritt, 32,
2775 Cathedral Drive,
Tallahassee, habitual driv-
ing while license suspend-
ed.
- Greg Stephens, 49,
4971 Redwood Drive,
Marianna, stalking.
- Randal Barnes, 44,
3136 Carters Mill Road,
Marianna, manslaughter.
- Almanda Brown, 37,
2920 Harrison Street,
Marianna, awaiting trans-
port to DOC.


-James Spann, 37, 1338
East Park Road, Panama
City, hold for Bay County.
- Matthew Shuff, 24,
7680 Eden Lane, Sneads,
felon in possession of a
firearm.
- Jason Perry, 22, 6410
Hartsfield Road,
Greenwood, driving while
license suspended or
revoked.
- Thurston Lovett, 29,
2656 Old Air Base Road,
Marianna, violation of
county probation.

JAIL POPULATION: 187

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


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CES announce top employees


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Clevion N. Cotton is the
Cottondale Elementary School
Non-histructional Employee
of the Year. Cotton has been
with the Jackson County
school system for 20 years.
She currently serves as a para-
prolessional and office aide.
She is married to Joseph L.
Cotton and they have live
grown children. Her hobbies
include quilting, fishing and
scrap booking. Cotton states
that the best part of her job is
working with young children
and watching them develop.


Chipola Junior College (A.A.).
7 ' Troy State University at
A.. ' Dothan (B.Sc. in elementary
- * education) and University of
West Florida (M.A. in educa-
' . tional leadership/curriculum
and instruction). She has been
' -teaching 15 years, primarily in
Clevion N. Pamela M. middle school, math and sci-
Cotton Rogers ence.
Rogers was chosen Rookie
She enjoys her job and work- of the Year her first year of
ing at her church. teaching.
Pamela M. Rogers is the She has been married to
Teacher of the Year for Tim Rogers for the past 32
Cottondale Elementary years, and has two sons:
School. Rogers graduated Heath Rogers (wife Jackie),
from Cottondale High School, and Seth Rogers (wife


Sneads High School top e


SPECIAL TO tIHi itORoIDAN '


Andy Ward has been cho-
sen as Sneads High School
Rookie of the Year. Ward is
a graduate of Graceville
High School and received
his B.Sc. degree from the
University of Florida in
2008. He is certified in phys-
ical education, middle
school math, and drivers
education. He currently
teaches Algebra 1, Intensive
Math and HOPE.
Principal Laurence Pender
states, "Mr. Ward has done a
fine job of transitioning from
student to teacher and will be
a great teacher and coach as
well as an academic leader."
Joyce Dudley has been
selected as the School-relat-
ed Employee of the Year for
Sneads High School.
Dudley is an Exceptional


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Joyce
Dudley


Student Education aide
assigned to a young lady
who is recovering from a
brain tumor. Her duties
include helping this student
move from room to room,
and assisting her in all
aspects of her school day.
Dudley is known for having
an enthusiastic and positive
attitude that helps to create a
wonderful learning environ-
ment.
Principal Pender states,
"Ms. Dudley is a definite


asset to our
school. She is
a congenial,
dedicated
employee.
She takes her
job very seri-
ously, yet
Travis always has a
Ephriam smile on her
face and
never complains."
Dudley is the proud moth-
er of three children: Chris
Holloway, Austin Dudley
and Mandy Dudley.
Travis Ephriam has been
chosen as Teacher of the
Year for Sneads High
School. Ephriam is a gradu-
ate of FAMU, where he
received a Bachelor of
Science degree in history. He
has also holds a master's
degree in administration
from the University of West


JAS announces top employees


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Michele Laramore is the
Jackson Alternative School
2010 Teacher of the Year.
She has been with the school
district and JAS since 2006.
Laramore holds a bachelor's
degree in criminal justice
from the University of West
Florida, and is certified in
Exceptional Student
Education (K-12) and
Middle Grades Integrated
Curriculum (5-9).
Before joining the Jackson
County school district,
Laramore worked with the
Department of Juvenile
Justice for seven years. She
is currently teaching in the
Alternative Choice
Education program, where
she is responsible for all sub-
jects in grades nine through
12.
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Laramore is currently the grader at
chair of the School Elementaiy Scho
Improvement Team as the Kim McCardl
school prepares for SACS School-Related E


,a "]- the year. She has been with
the district and JAS since
-- ^1 July 2006. McCardle holds
an associate's degree in early
-,t -i childhood development, has
met the Florida teaching
requirements and received a
Bachelor of Science degree
Kim at Chip'ola College and is
McCardle currently a senior at the
University of Alabama
During the majoring in early childhood
aore uses her education. For 20 years
her profes- before joining the school dis-
pment and trict, she was and still is a
shops that licensed practical nurse.
towledge of McCardle is paraprofes-
struction. sional in the Alternative
the first to Choice Education program.
-lp those in Her duties include classroom
and in the management, grading, and
is currently instruction of tenth graders.
the Jackson She is willing and eager to
's Mounted volunteer when help is need-
mber of the ed in the school and is an
Association. advocate for pediatric arthri-
st important- tis and a participant in the
ud mother of Special Olympics of
:ayla, a fifth Alabama.
Riverside She is married to Stacy
ool. McCardle and is the mother
e is the JAS of Amanda, Cody, Benjamin
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Her hobbies include camp-
ing at the beach, reading, arts
and crafts fairs, shopping with
friends, and spending time
with family, "especially our
precious granddaughter."
When asked what she loves
most about her job, Rogers
said, "hearing the excitement
in my students' voices when
they finally grasp a math con-
cept that they felt was so diffi-
cult, and working with such a
wonderful group of caring
teachers/staff that want only
the best for our students."



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is married' to Christopher
Barnes and has 3-year-old twin
boys, Cale and Caden.
Barnes graduated from
Marianna High School in 2002
and has recently obtained her
Associate of Arts degree from
Chipola College. She has been
employed in the Jackson
County school system for over
six years, working as a parapro-
fessional at both Golson
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Clay Dilmore, Cottondale
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2003 as salutatorian and attend-
ed Chipola College, where he
received several awards for aca-
demic excellence, including the
Freshman Writing Award, the
Physical Science Award, and a
departmental award for excel-
lence in social science.
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graduate. He completed his
bachelor's degree at Florida
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attracted him to education, and
he hopes his enthusiasm can
inspire his students to share that
appreciation for knowledge. In
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Michael C. Melvin. They have
one daughter, Connor Melvin.
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Grand Ridge High School in
1988, attended Chipola Junior
College and received her certifi-
cation as a licensed practical
nurse in 1994. She worked as a
nurse at a local pediatric office
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University of West Florida in
2009. She earned her bache-
lor's in K-12 ESE and K-6 edu-
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She is currently working as a
sixth grade teacher. She teaches
reading and language arts. She
is also the sponsor for the
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School.
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mother of a daughter that plays
sports, Melvin has very little
free time. When she does, she
like to read, exercise and spend
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: x-sheriff testifies
in mistress' trial

PliNSACOLA - A for-
mer Panhandle sheriff in
Federal prison for using
I homeland Security money
to fund lavish Las Vegas
gambling trips has testified
aains his former mistress.
Former Okaloosa


Student

60, or "D", in mathematics.
Another change was the
elimination of reference
testing in grades kinder-
garten through second.
The expansion of the
Virtual School option to
full-time for grades kinder-
garten through eighth, and
part- or full-time for grades
tine through 12, was anoth-
er addition. However, the
Virtual School option avail-
able to grades nine through
12 is limited to Department
of Juvenile Justice pro-
grams, dropout prevention
programs and career voca-
tional programs.
Students who may enroll
in the Virtual School must
reside in Jackson County;
must have been counted in
the October 2008 and
February 2009 student
counts; and must be a
dependent child of a mem-
ber of the military who was
transferred within the last
12 months pursuant to a
permanent change of sta-
tion.
All Virtual School stu-
dents must still participate
in state testing, or they are
subject to dismissal.
In other news from the
Tuesday meeting, board


County Sheriff Charlie
Morris testified Tuesday in
the grand theft trial of
Sabra Thornton.
Prosecutors allege she
collected $80,000 for a job
she didn't do while
employed by the sheriff's
office. Morris told jurors
Thornton was an escape
from his mental health
problems. He said he


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members approved the par-
ticipation of the school dis-
trict in the federally funded
Florida Back to Work
Program.
This is a statewide initia-
tive funded through federal
stimulus grants. The pro-
gram is designed to provide
employment to individuals
who have been out of work
for at least 30 days and
have at least one child
under the age of 18 in the
household.
The program will reim-
burse the school board
95.83 percent of wages
paid to any person hired
under this program.
The jobs must be new
positions, or positions that
have been vacant for more
than 30 days, according to
Deputy Superintendent
Larry Moore.
"This is a really good
opportunity to fill some
positions and provide
opportunities to local resi-
dents," school board
Chairman Kenny Griffin
said.
The board also approved
the purchase of 40 new
computers for Cottondale
High School at a cost of
$41,859.


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eye as he presented concept
pictures of the planned cen-
ter.
Prough was referring to
the 27 other schools in the
state's community college
system.
Although spoken in jest,
there's a grain of truth in
that.
The art center project is
being paid for by the state's
Public Education Capital
Outlay fund, a source that
has now essentially dried
up due to the recession,
according to Prough and
Harris.
Prough said some other
schools are grumbling
about Chipola's coup, won-
dering out loud why a
school in Marianna should
get enough money to build
a new 45,000 square foot
structure.
Prough has an answer for
that. For three years
straight, he mounted elabo-
rate campaigns to lobby
legislators for the money.
he didn't give up, even
when he was turned down
twice. His dogged attempts
paid off.
The Chipola College
Center for the Arts will fea-
ture a 650-seat theater,
including a balcony sec-
tion. The center will also
have a smaller "black box"
theater with 150 seats for
experimental works. This is
more than double the cur-
rent seating capacity in the


school's commonly sold-
out 350-seat theater.
One section of the build-
ing will stand roughly 70
feet tall.
It will have space for an
art gallery as well as a
dance studio, where the
Chipola Show Choir and
other performing artists can
spread their wings.
The facade of the build-
ing will be glass. Prough
said he expects it to be a
showpiece of the campus.
A large stormwater reten-
tion pond outside will be
fashioned along the lines of
"Lake Ella" in Tallahassee,
so that it serves a dual pur-
pose as a central attraction
for socializing. Harris said
a walking path will be part
of the landscaping plan for
grounds around the roughly
2-acre pond.
Chipola will get some
additional parking spaces
as result of the project,
news that comes as a relief
to Prough and students, he
said.
The center is slated for
completion in mid to late
2011.
Site preparation is
already under way, with
trees being removed from
large expanses of the six
acre tract.
The center will run along
Prough Drive and will
encompass Chipola's last
great expanse of undevel-
oped property.


bought her a gun. golf
clubs and other gifts
because he was depressed.
Thornton's attorneys say
she did her job. NMorris,
who headed the Florida
Sheriffs Association, also
faces state charges.

Cypress Gardens
to be turned
into a Legoland

WINTER HAVEN -
The new owner of Cypress
Gardens reportedly plans to
turn the venerable Florida
theme park known for its
water ski shows and
Southern belles into a new
Legoland.
A'n e-mail leaked out
Wednesday from a Polk
County tourism official to
county commissioners says
Merlin Entertainments
Group will transform
Cypress Gardens into
Legoland Florida. The
British company was plan-
ning a news conference on
Thursday with Gov.
Charlie Crist. A spokes-
woman from Merlin
Entertainments Group last
week confirmed the acqui-


Makeover


at how well an old building turned
out," he said as he looked around.
"I'm excited for the students."
Crawford put his love for Chipola
into action about a decade ago, pur-
suing a seat on the school's board of
trustees. He remains on that govern-
ing body today, and said he's hon-
ored to be serving his alma mater at
such a critical time for the school.
He and other board members were
treated to a tour of the student center
after a ceremonial ribbon cutting
Tuesday.
Chipola is in an enviable position'
- after three years lobbying state
legislators for the money, the school
is also now starting work on a much
bigger project, a new arts center that
will be paid for with a $16 million
cut of Public Education Capital
Outlay money.
But on Tuesday, Crawford was


sition of Cypress Gardens
but offered no details on
the company's plans.
The Ledger newspaper in
Lakeland has learned that
the sale price was $22.3
million.

Dead fish begin
to wash up on
beaches

TAMPA -- Tampa Bay
residents are starting to see
the results of a cold snap
that killed thousands of fish
as the decaying bodies
begin to wash up in canals
and on beaches.
The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission reports that
they've received a number
of reports about dead fish
since last week. That's
when the state agency can-
celed the upcoming snook
season and banned the har-
vest and possession of
bonefish and tarpon until
April. An FWC spokesman
says the action was taken to
protect the fish popula-
tions. Tampa resident Ed
Bedore told The Tampa
Tribune that a beach near


his retirement community
was littered with dead fish.
Bedore said, "There
must have been thousands
of terns, seagulls, some
pelicans; they must have
been having a smorgas-
bord."

Hernando 911 call


County sheriff's deputy in
a shootout. Kalisz was
injured in the crossfire.
The Hernando County
Sheriff's Office released
the 911 call on Wednesday.
Sheriff Richard Nugent
has said the shootings
stemmed from a domestic
dispute.


recounts terror
during shootings Ex-employee
charged in bomb


BROOKSVILLE -
Hernando County authori-
ties have released the 911
call made during a shooting
rampage that killed two
women and led to the later
shooting of a sheriff's
deputy.
Amy Wilson is heard
pleading for emergency
workers to get to the scene,
even as blood poured out of
her wounded shoulder. She
was one of four women
shot at a home last
Thursday in Brooksville;
about an hour north of
Tampa. Authorities said
55-year-old John TKalisz
fatally shot his older sister,
and wounded his pregnant
niece. He then fled north
and allegedly killed a Dixie


content to stroll the renovated cafete-
ria and student center and see what
an earlier, $2.7 million PECO alloca-
tion had bought. With it, Chipola
added 2,000 square feet to the old
structure and completely redid the
interior. The design features eye-
popping oranges and greens, along
with softer yellows, blues and other
colors.
The dining area has three styles of
seating options - some places have
bar-style raised tables and tall chairs,
others have traditional table and
chair sets, and booths line some of
the walls..
There's also a lounge with arm-
chairs, tables and and armless short
couches just beyond the dining area,
with that space serving as the main
student center.
The walls are decorated with pic-
tures and brightly colored placards


threat at TV studio

ST. PETERSBURG -
A St. Petersburg man has
been charged with calling
in a bomb threat at a televi-
sion studio where he used
to work. The American
Option Network studio was
evacuated Wednesday
morning after called in a
bomb threat. Police say all
employees were evacuated
and police traced the call to
a former employee, 48-
year-old Jeoffrey Bristow.
Police say he admitted to
making the call. He was
arrested and charged with
threatening to discharge a
destructive device. He's
being held at the Pinellas
County Jail.


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containing words of inspiration and
encouragement.
LCD televisions are set to be
installed over the next few days.
The 15,000 square foot space was
renovated by Sharp Inc. of
Pensacola. Palmer-Hamilton, a
Wisconsin design firm, created the
interior decor.
A local committee made the final
decisions on interior choices, howev-
er, with Dr. Joan Miller, Dr. Jayne
Roberts, Harry Fleener and Paul
Donofro Jr. serving on that body.
When the center re-opened to stu-
dents a week or so ago, the school
had also entered into a contract with
Sodexo to provide food service in the
facility. Students were treated to a
free lunch Wednesday as part of the
renovation celebration. The cafeteria
is open to the public, as well as stu-
dents.


OBITUARIES


James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
482-2332
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Richard
Lamar
Barrentine

Richard Lamar
Barrentine, 26, of
Cottondale died Tuesday,
Jan. 19, 2010, at his resi-
dence.
Arrangements will be an-
nounced later by James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel.
Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
526-5059

Earl Cloud

Mr. Earl Cloud, 61, of Ma-
rianna, a retired captain of
the Jackson County Sherif-
f's Office, passed away
Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010,
in the Veterans Hospital in
Lake City. Arrangements
are incomplete and will be
announced in a full obitu-
ary in the Friday edition of
the Floridan.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements.
Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
526-5059

Eula Mae
Dilmore

Eula Mae Dilmore, 90,
passed away on, Tuesday,
Jan. 19, 2010, in the Santa
Rosa Health and Rehab in
Milton. Mrs. Dilmore was
born in Washington Coun-
ty on July 14, 1919, to the
late Angus Johnson and
Emma Cutchins Johnson.
She was a member of the
Salem Freewill Baptist
Church, enjoyed sewing,
reading and was known for
her great cooking.
Mrs. Dilmore was preced-
ed in death by her parents;
her husband of 66 years,
Balfour Dilmore; her son
Sonny Dilmore; her daugh-
ter Wanda Woods; and her
sister Betty Brock.


She is survived by one
daughter, Celia "Faye"
Burklow and husband Mel,
of Pace; a brother-in-law,
Alcus Brock of Chipley; 10
grandchildren, Tracey Gib-
bons, Janice Brewer, Robin
Taylor and husband Doug,
Von Dilmore, Shannon
Ammons and husband Joe,
Bradley Dilmore and wife
Ann, Mike Burklow, Gina
Nemith, Steve Burklow and
wife Monique, and Jennifer
Wallace and husband,
Wayne; and 16 great-
grandchildren.
The service for Mrs.
Dilmore will be Thursday,
Jan. 21, at 2 p.m. in the
Salem Freewill Baptist
Church, with Mr. Alcus
Brock and Pastor Donnie
Hussey officiating. Inter-
ment will follow in the
Salem Freewill Baptist
Church Cemetery. Visita-
tion will be held one hour
prior to service time.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements.
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online
www.mariannachapelfh.co
m.
James & Lipford
Funeral Home
5390 Cotton St.
Graceville, FL 32440
263-3238

Inez Mildred
Toole

Inez Mildred Toole, 95,
of Graceville went to her
heavenly home Tuesday,
Jan. 19, 2010, following an
extended illness.
The funeral service will
be held Friday, Jaia. 22,
2010, at 2 p.m. at the chap-
el of James & Lipford Fu-
neral Home, with the Revs.
Tommy Whiddon and Dan
Rhodes officiating.
The family will receive
friends one hour prior to
the service.
Those wishing to can
make memorial donations
to the Springhill Methodist
Church Cemetery Fund or
to Covenant Hospice of
Marianna, 4440 Lafayette
St., Suite C, Marianna, FL
32446.
Inez was born in Bethle-
hem, on March 4, 1914, to
the late Monroe and Lena
Williams Paul. She married
Brown Toole and moved to
Graceville, where she spent
many years as a homemak-
er and also worked in the


school lunchroom. In later
years, she became a sitter
for families who needed
care for their loved ones.
She was a longtime mem-
ber of the Springhill Meth-
odist Church, and those
who knew her remember
her as an excellent cook
and friend. Her family will
cherish those years she
dedicated to being a wife,
mother, grandmother, and
great-grandmother. She
led a life committed to her
family and to God.
She is survived by a
granddaughter, Kim Car-
michael Barrett of Chipley
and husband Rusty Barrett;
one great-grandchild,
Connor Barrett of Chipley,
whom she loved and ador-
ed; one sister, Opal Good-
win of Bethlehem; and nu-
merous nieces and neph-
ews.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Brown Toole; a daughter,
Carolyn Toole Carmichael;
two sisters, and three
brothers.
The family would like to
thank North Florida Com-
munity Hospital Skilled
Nursing Unit and Cove-
nant Hospice of Marianna
for their wonderful care.
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446


Myrus R.
Stokes




Myrus R. Stokes died in
his home in Marianna on
Jan. 20, 2010. He devoted
his life to the service of oth-
ers. He fought for our
country in World War II.
When he returned, he be-
gan his service to the com-


munity with more than 35
years in education as a
teacher, coach and princi-
pal, or as he often said, "a
true school man."
He was very devoted to
the First United Methodist
Church, where no job was
either too big or too small
for him, whether weeding
the flower beds, teaching a
Sunday school class, or
chairing a committee. His
commitment to the com-
munity didn't stop when
he retired from education
in 1986, as he continued
mentoring young people
through Habitat for Hu-
manity and other endeav-
ors, as well.
He never knew a strang-
er, as he would always in-
troduce himself and ask
how they were doing, and
simply offer a listening ear
that was truly heartfelt.
M.R. was preceded in
death by his wife, Willa
Dean.
He is survived by his son,
Michael and wife Shauna;
two daughters, Jacque
Stokes-Taylor and husband
Joe, and Patti Stokes-
Schuttlesworth and hus-
band Bob; grandchildren,
Rhea and Jeptha Stokes,
Blaire and JoJo Taylor, and
Carly and Will
Schuttlesworth; and one
"great-grandchild Isaac
Stokes. He is also survived
by his sister Mae Nell
Smith; brother Charles
Stokes; a special friend,
Ann- Harrison; brothers-in-
law Edsel Smith, Lamond
Hughes, and James
Hughes; sisters-in-law Sue
Stokes, Sue Hughes, Ann
Hughes and Sylvia Hughes;
as well as numerous nieces
and nephews.
The funeral service will
be at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan.
23, at the First United
Methodist Church of Ma-
rianna, with Dr. Bob
McKibben officiating. Buri-
al will follow in Pinecrest
Memorial Gardens, with
full military honors given
by Sneads American Le-
gion Post 241, James and
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel directing.
The family will receive
friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Fri-
day, Jan. 22, at James &
Sikes Maddox Chapel.
Flowers will be accepted,
or memorial contributions
may be made the First
United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Ma-
rianna, FL, 32446.


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BY DUSTIN KENT
FLIORIDAN SPORis EDDIIOR
If the Chipola Indians are to
repeat as state champions this
season, they'll have a lot of
work to do after a disappoint-
ing loss in Tallahassee on
Tuesday night.
The TCC Eagles dealt the
Indians a devastating blow
with a 69-49 defeat, to leave
the defending Panhandle
Conference champs with a 1-
3 record in league play.
The win improved No. 21
TCC to 3-1 in conference play
and 17-3 overall.
Juevol Myles led TCC with
22 points, and Michael
Spease added 15.
John Taylor scored 15
points to lead Chipola. The
Indians shot just 31 percent
from the field, including 4-of-
20 from the 3-point line and
11-of-20 from the free throw
line.
TCC led 38-30 at halftime,
and held the Indians to just 19
second-half points on 6-of-26
shooting from the field.
"If you only score 19 points
in any half against a good
team, you're not going to
win," Chipola coach Jake
Headrick said. "When you're
playing good. teams on the
road, you can't do that."
The Indians were without
leading scorer Lashay Page,
who was out with a knee
injury.
"That's no excuse,"
Headrick said. "I felt like we
were in the game. In the first
half, both teams matched each


other's plays the whole way
through. In the second half,
we got a ton of stops and had
a ton of chances to make
something happen.
"The shots just didn't fall. I
thought our effort was good,
and the guys competed and
played real hard. But we did-
n't execute offensively. We
can't shoot 20 percent from
the three and expect to win."
The Indians held TCC stars
Marvell Waithe and Bernard
James in check with just 12'
points combined, on 4-of-15
shooting.
"We did a great job of
guarding them," Headrick
said. "I thought defensively
we executed our gameplan
and got where we wanted
defensively. This was just
about not being able to exe-
cute on the offensive end."
Chipola will now have
eight days to prepare for its
next game, another road con-
test on Jan. 27 against Gulf
Coast in Panama City.
Headrick said he wouldn't
know Page's status until after
an MRI on his injured knee.
One thing is for sure: a week
to rest and regroup is wel-
comed by this Chipola team.
"We need the rest,"
Headrick said. "Those first
four (conference) games
seemed like they just kept
coming. It will be good for
the guys to get away for a lit-
tle bit, to get their bodies
recovered and just' get back
healthy."
See CHIPOLA, Page 6A >


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hole


Chipola's Steadman Short puts up a shot in a game earlier this season.
The Indians fell to the TCC Eagles 69-49 Tyesday night in Tallahassee
to fall to 1-3 in the Panhandle Conference. - Floridan File Photo


Tigers roll


past Vernon
BY DUSTIN KENT
Fl o eID \\ SI'ORiS El IOR

The Graceville Tigers dominat-
ed early, then pulled away late for
a 73-54 win over the Vernon
Yellowjackets on Tuesday in
Graceville.
The Tigers improved to 10-5
with the win. They remain in first
place in the district standings at
8-2. Graceville jumped out to a
40-20 halftime lead before the
Yellowjackets launched a furious
21-7 rally in the third period to
trim the margin to six.
After Graceville coach Thomas
Register re-inserted his starting
lineup for the start of the fourth
period, the Tigers took control
and dominated the final quarter
26-13. Register had pulled his
regulars after being upset with
how they started the second half.
"We came out in the third and
had no intensity," the coach said.
"I pulled the starters, but I could-
n't find five others on the bench
to play hard, either.
"In the fourth quarter, we came
back out and played. We made
them turn it over some, knocked
down some shots, and pushed the
ball up the floor."
Cameron Dozier and Kevin
Potts each scored 20 points to
lead the Tigers, with Leander
Ford adding nine.
The Tigers will look to take
down another district foe tonight,
as they head to Blountstown for a
rematch of Graceville's 71-62
home loss on Jan. 5.
"We played horrible the first
time, but I feel like they had to
show a lot of stuff to.beat us,"
Register said of Blountstown. "I
feel like if we come out with
intensity and we're able to neu-
tralize Leon (Broxton) somewhat,
then we can find a way to maybe
beat them."
See TIGERS, Page 6A >


Short-handed Hornets edge by BHS


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Cottondale Hornets pulled
out a key district victory without
one of their mainstays Tuesday
night in Blountstown, beating the
Tigers 46-44.
The Hornets, who improved to
11-9 on the season and 9'3 in dis-
trict play, were without starting
center and second-leading scorer
Drew Bellamy due to injury.
However, a 14-point perform-
ance from power forward Darien
Pollock, and some clutch free
throw shooting by Juwon Johnson
helped pave the way for the
Cottondale victory.
"That was one of the toughest
games I've ever been a part of,"
Cottondale coach Chris Obert said
after the game. "The kids were real
focused, and they played extremely
hard. It's just a big win."
BHS led 32-28 after three quar-
ters, and was up 38-33 with just
under three minutes remaining.
But a 3-pointer by Marcus
Humose, who led Cottondale with
19 points, cut the lead to two.
The Hornets took the lead for
good on a 3-point play by Pollock
that made it 40-39.
Trailing 42-40, Blountstown sent
Johnson to the foul line for the


"The kids were real
focused, and they played
extremely hard. It's just
a big win."
-Chris Obert,
Cottondale coach

Hornets with under a minute to
play in the game.
Johnson made both, and the jun-
ior guard was again sent to the foul
line after a Tigers basket with just
four seconds remaining. He again
made both to put the Hornets up
four and effectively seal the win.
Leon Broxton, who led
Blountstown with 26 points, scored
on a lay-up at the buzzer for the
final margin.
Obert said he was especially
proud of his players for how they
battled in Bellamy's absence.
"Drew is the vocal leader of the
team," the coach said. "'He was
very supportive on the bench keep-
ing guys positive. They were just
more focused than I've seen them
all year. Humose) made some big
shots down the stretch for us, and
(Johnson) came through for us in
the clutch at the foul line."


Cottondale's Marcus Humose puts up
jump shot while being defended by
Graceville player during a game on Jan.
in Cottondale. - Floridan File Photo


Lady Indians still winless in Panhandle play after 69-64 loss to TCC


DY DUST111N KEN 1
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The No. 13 Tallahassee Lady
Eagles overcame a 16-point first-
half deficit to beat Chipola 69-64
on Tuesday night in Tallahassee.
Porshe Bentley led four TCC
players in double figures with 21
points and 11 rebounds.
Ashley White also scored 14
points, with Tyesha Robinson
adding 11, and Mansa El 10.
Bianca Jarrett led the Lady
Indians with 25 points.
Chipola led 32-16 with 6:30 left
in the first half, but TCC finished
the half strong to trim the CC
advantage to 40-34 at the break.
The Lady Indians made 13-of-
22 from the field in the first half.
But Tallahassee stayed close by
pounding the offensive glass to
get 19 more shot attempts than
Chipola.
"We played our best offensive
half of the year," Lady Indians
coach David Lane said. "The
problem was that we started giv-
ing them two or three shots per
possession, and they ended up tak-
ing nearly twice as many shots as


"We've got time. It's
just that our margin for
error is not very big
when it comes to the
other teams in the
league."
-David Lane,
Chipola coach


we did. When you're in that posi-
tion, you want to increase the lead
obviously, or you at least want to
maintain that all the way through
the half so you go in there with a
more comfortable lead. We
weren't able to do that."
The Lady Eagles outscored
C.hipola 35-24 in the second half
to claim the victory.
Robinson put TCC up 52-50
with a basket, with just over eight
minutes to play. The Lady Eagles
never trailed again.
Unfortunately for the Lady
Indians, the hot shooting did not
continue into the second half,


where they shot 9-of-32 from the
field.
"The shots weren't falling,"
Lane said of the second half.
"(TCC) got aggressive defensive-
ly and we didn't respond well to
it."
With the win, the Lady Eagles
moved to 2-2 in Panhandle
Conference play, and took sole
possession of third place in the
league standings. That position is
valuable, with only the top three
teams in the conference qualifying
for the state tournament.
Chipola, now 0-4 in the
Panhandle, faces an uphill climb
to get back in the league race. *
"Each game we're getting better
and better," Lane said of his team.
"The gap is getting narrower, but
as far as time left, we've got time.
It's just that our margin for error is
not very big when it comes to the
other teams in the league.
"We feel we can play with any-
body. We've just got to put a
whole game together."
The Lady Indians have eight
days off until their next game, .a
road contest on Jan. 27 against
No. I Gulf Coast in Panama City.


Chipola's Ty O'Neill (10) tries to drive around a Northwest
Florida State defender during a game on Jan. 16 in the Milton
H. Johnson Health Center. The Lady Indians were defeated by
Tallahassee 69-64 on Tuesday night in Tallahassee. - Floridan
File Photo


Uz


Malone wins


Malone's Vanessa Olds puts up a shot during a
game against Chipley on Tuesday night in
Malone. The Lady Tigers won 60-51. Olds and
Autumn Speigner had 17 points for Malone,
and Tessa Shack had 10. - Mark
Skinner/Floridan


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Pirates rally past Blue Devils


Sneads' Jeff Davis shoots a running jumper in the lane
in a game against the Cottondale Hornets on Jan. 15 in
Sneads. The Pirates beat Holmes County 77-67 on
Tuesday night in Bonifay. - Floridan File Photo



Tigers
Continued From Page 5A


Broxton delivered the
knockout blow in the first
meeting between the teams,
scoring eight of his 25
points in the final four min-
utes of the game.
Graceville will travel to
South Walton on Friday for
another district road test.
"We've got to stay
focused because we've got
two big district games com-
ing up," Register said. "If
we can pull those two out,
we'll be in good shape.
"But we know we have
to play hard because
Blountstown is going to
play hard. That's one thing
they always do. If we can
match their intensity, I
think we have a good shot."

The Graceville girls were


Chipola
Continued From Page 5A

With only two teams
from the Panhandle to qual-
ify for the state tournament,
and the Indians now two
full games out of second
with eight to play, how
Chipola comes, back from
the break will be vital.
"We dug ourselves a hole,
now we've got to fight our
way out of it," Headrick
said. "Now that our guys
understand what the
Panhandle is all about,
these next eight games
we've got to come out
ready to execute and play.
We have to give it our best
effort because we have a
small margin for error the
rest of the way."










High School Boys
Basketball
Thursday- Malone at
FAMU, 4 p.m., and 7
p.m.; Marianna at
Arnold, 5:30 p.m., and 7
p.m.; Graceville at.
Blountstown, 5:30 p.m.,
and 7 p.m.
Friday- Blountstown
at Sneads, 6 p.m., and
7:30 p.m.; Cottondale at
Holmes County, 6 p.m.,
and 7:30 p.m.; Enterprise
at Marianna, 6 p.m., and
7:30 p.m.; Graceville at
South Walton, 7 p.m.

High School Girls
Basketball
Thursday- Malone at
FAMU, 5:30 p.m.;
Blountstown at
Cottondale, 7:30 p.m.;
Marianna at Walton, 5:30
p.m., and 7 p.m.
Friday- Blountstown
at Sneads, 4:30 p.m.;
Enterprise at Marianna, 6
p.m.; Graceville at South
Walton, 5:30 p.m.

Marianna Basketball
Kiddie Clinic
The Annual Marianna
High Basketball Kiddie
Clinic will be held Jan.
23 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
in the MHS gym.
For more info, contact
Christi Shelfer at MHS at
482-9605 ext. 306.


BY DUSTIN KENT
Fl R RILDAN Si'Il', EDI O

The Sneads Pirates
bounced back from a
tough loss with a 77-67
win Tuesday night over the
Holmes County Blue
Devils in Bonifay.
Terrance Green led four
Sneads players in double
figures with 23 points.
Josh Rogers added 13, Jeff
Bell 12, and Jamar White
10. The Pirates, now 12-7
overall and 8-4 in district
play, were coming off of a
close home loss to
Cottondale on Jan. 15.
It appeared they might
be headed for a second
straight district defeat, as
the Blue Devils scored the
first nine points of the
game and led 20-9 late in
the first period.
But the Pirates rallied
back to take a 35-34 half-
time lead, and seized con-
trol with a 19-11 third peri-
od.
Sneads closed the game
out with a strong fourth
quarter, in what Pirates
coach Kelvin Johnson
called his team's "best per-
formance of the season."


"At the very end of
the game, we
executed about as
well as we could."

-Kelvin Johnson,
Sneads coach

"I was real impressed
with the way we played,"
the coach said. "At the very
end of the game, we exe-
cuted about as well as we
could."
Sneads gave up a fourth-
quarter lead in its 57-51
loss to Cottondale, but
Johnson said his team was
not discouraged by the loss.
"We didn't think we
played that bad (against
CHS), we just came up on
the short end of the stick at
the end," the coach said.
"We're getting better. We
played a lot better against
Cottondale (Jan. 15) than
we did the first time we
played them, and that car-
ried over into Holmes
County. We shot the ball
well, and we shot free
throws exceptionally well."
The Pirates made 30-of-


44 free throws on the night,
including a remarkable 22-
of-25 in the second half.
Sneads finished the game
making 13 in a row from
the charity stripe.
"If we would've shot
them like that against
Cottondale, we probably
could've won," Johnson
said, noting his team's 6-
of-15 performance against
the Hornets. "But you win
by free throws, and you can
lose by free throws. We
made them against Bonifay
and they couldn't catch
back up late."
Jeremy McGowan led
Holmes County with 24
points on the night, with 6-
foot, 8-inch freshman Chris


Walker adding 18.
However, Walker scored
10 of those 18 in the first
period, with foul trouble
and tougher Pirates defense
keeping him in check the
rest of the way.
"We just couldn't keep
him off the boards early,"
Johnson said of Walker.
"But I thought my boys
were more physical with
him later on, and they
pushed him around some.
He didn't like that too
much."
The Pirates next play
host to the Blountstown
Tigers on Friday night in a
key district matchup.
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"It was a good all-around
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Media General Mid-South Group, sz. 5/6 $15 850-594- 850-569-2194 nice $40 850-272-8967 (850)482-5434&VantyMiStyle Dressr850-
FLO R ID227 North Oates Street 7802Glass Dining Table - ORNATE Mahogany Playstation 2 w/4 592-3261
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transportation Automobiles Motorcycles J Sport Utility Vehicles Vans Trucks-HeavyDuty Trucks-HeavyDuty LegalNotices Legal Notices LegalNotices
for Sl 1 Chrysler '95 Voyager, Chevy 91' 1500 Short FORD 77, F100,.350, ALONG THE NORTH ONDS WEST 464.37 210 FEET FOR PINT
Mercedes 98' SLK230, - V6, auto, seats 8, bed V-8 auto new V8, long wheel base LINE OF SAID SOUTH- FEET. OF BEGINNING,
leather, Hd. top98SLK230, Con- r, am/fcass. paint good cond. auto, ps/pb runs&' EAST 1/4 OF SOUTH- THENCE CONTINUE
reatherdam/fm cans., pt gd cd ito ph EAST F D1/4 355.25 A/K/A 4765 COUN- EAST 210 FEET;
vert. Supercharged , wi . .. ,res, NOW $2,500. OBO 334-798- looks good. $2,500. EAST 1/4 355.25 A/K/A 4765 COUN- EAST 210 FEET;
vert. Supercharged, 4 , ,:, OBO 850-592- 1768 334-735-5404 FEET, THENCE SOUTH TRY LAKE DRIVE, MA- THENCE SOUTH 470
cyl. Cd, 89K mi. 2832 - 00 DEGREES 40 MI- RIANNA, FL 32446 FEET TO THE NORTH
CarSeeker $10,500.334-898-1201 2' FORD '77 F100 NUTES 36 SECONDS RIGHT OF WAY OF
Nissan 01' Altima HARLEY DAVIDSON Jeep .J i ,.l:r , Dodge '05 Caravan, Dod 97' Ram 6cy., short wheel WEST, 314.44 FEET; Any person claiming SAID HIGHWAY NO.
GXE 101K mi. good '08 1200 Sportster 4.L 6cyl 5sd4WD dual air, DVD, pwr base, runs & looks THENCE SOUTH 52 an interest in the sur- 2; THENCE RUNWEST
Automobiles cond. automatic, 081200 Sports Khaki cr. Soft Tp, AC windows & locks, good. $2,500.00. DEGREES 29 MI- plus from the sale, if ALONG NORTH RIGHT
forSale $3950. 334-701-3453 Custom, 108 miles, am/fm/cd/mp3, alloy ood condition. 334-735-5404 NUTES EAST, 170.40 any, other than the OF WAY OF SAID
for Sale warranty, Like new. whls, Mopar bmpr & 5,500 334-792-5333 FEET THENCE SOUTH property owner as of HIGHWAY 210 FEET;
Nissan '05 Altima, 2.5 $8,700, 334-702-4778 grllgrd. Exc. Cond. Ford '84 Econoline e"- t 1.20 FEET, THENCE the date of the Lis THENCE NORTH 470
-5.5 2".:o:d 3 F 8 Ec le d NORTH 85 DEGREES Pendens must file a FEET TO THE POINT
h. n r-... I- u,_-ELt Harley Davidson '08 1 owner - 3 rd car. Van Good cond. 07 MINUTES WEST, claim within sixty OF BEGINNING. BE-
t' I I '''' -91) :"J 1 Electra Glide Classic, LOW MILES 0-37,300 $1800. 334-791-9099 .. . ;, 70.41 FEET; THENCE S (60) days after the ING IN THE NORTH-
Nissan -: - , 4000 miles, 1 year 34-803-6882 Ford 98 Windstar 14 DEGREES 27 MI- sale. WEST /4 OF SOUTH-
L . warrety left. 3 -8 $475 down, 0% Inter jP NUTES 21 SECONDS EAST /4 OF SECTION
'-L tj.,:,.. $17,000. 334-618-4430 JEEP 1987 Wrangler est. Daylight Auto Fi- Ford 83' F100, NEW WEST, 321.10 FEET WITNESS MY HAND 27, TOWNSHIP 7
,..., -, r.:.-.....I Harley Davidson '96 4x4, ac, ps, ac, at, nancing 1-800-470- AC , P.S., paint, TO THE NORTH and the seal of this NORTH, RANGE 8
Iltr, ,- L. .t,r, Fatboy, red & white new engine/trans/ 06509am/9pm bedliner & carb.94 BOUNDARY OF Court on January 6, WEST, JACKSON
ean, Like new. 13K miles, reat tires, hard top.792- COUNTRY CLUB 2010. COUNTY, FLORIDA.
$15,000. obo, shape, $8,500. 8018/792-8827. $6500. GMC '98 Savannah Hi 334-57-0755Eng. 6cy. ec. cond HILLS LAKES ES- (LOT NO. 2)
FORD08 Focus SES $15,000. obo, shape, $8,00top van.leather, $4,000. OBO 9834941 TATES, A RECORDED Dale R. Guthrie
FORD'08 Focus SES 334-372- 0702 or 334-899-1212 Nissan 04' Murano power, Q-bed, 2 TV's Dodge '98 Ram 1500 Ford '90 F150 Truck, S U B D I V I S I 0 N ; Clerk of the Circuit TOGETHER WITH
soft Sync with Voicro 334-432-0302. .Id- , n. fir. - , . -1.- ballgame Xcab. $575 down, 0% 5.0 motor, rebuilt, THENCE NORTH 76 Court THAT CERTAIN MO-
Command. Sirus Sat- NISSAN '07 Altima ... ei..:, ' :' '4 95. 334- Interest Daylight Au- runs great, speed DEGREES 48 MI- BILE HOME LOCATED
ellite, 6 CD Stereo. 2.5S, white, 34K miles - - ' 333-1291 to Financing. 1-800- trans. swb, tool box, NUTES 17 SECONDS By:/s/ Beverly THEREON AS A FIX-
21,000 miles, $13,000 Like new, sacrifice r' Honda ..I ssey'05 470-0650 9am/9pm tinted windows, WEST, 138.28 FEET Hatcher TURE AND APPURTE-
(334)792-0946 for pay off. $13,750. j L , ' Silver $2100 OBO 850-482- ALONG SAID NORTH Deputy Clerk NANCE THERETO.
http://home.rr.com/ 334-794-4731 . � Nissan ,,4, .:,,- ..r ,. i.-ther int DODGE RAM '04, 1500 6066/272-2499 BOUNDARY, THENCE
nukfish n__ . rinsmoker 5.7 Hemi, silver,2wd, NISSAN '99 Frontier NORTH 14 DEGREES LF14813 TOGETHER WITH A
Nissan '08Altima Harley I ,"'.r ,i $,uu .,u mnu 76K mi., many xtras MI 4 cyN acEat E E
20 4cy, rAaT. v,1LI. w lieoo 2 ONDS EAST, 396.73 IN THE CIRCUIT, CATED THEREON AS
Lih Eif.W' i `C,,i .'.r., , . l. r,,r, n r1-,,, Range '99 Rover HSE moon roof, rearA/C chr. wh., $13K cab, bed liner, new FEET, THENCE COURTOFTHE A FIXTURE AND AP-
. _".- I:, ,' ,- )11,,-, L.r.5,,J , s,-,'_. J ..r , 4.6, fIly loaded, 115K 2nd row capt. chairs obo., 334-435-6320 tires. 136K, exc. cond SOUTH 87 DEGREES FOURTEENTH PURTENANCE THERE-
. Ellic 3. 14 70 .7.,5. n $7."':. ,,'=...(,37tmi., $5,500, Call (334) Good cond. $13,900 J$49.MINUTES_4DCSEC-U TO
SllS m. 50797-0768 334-393-8824 Ford '00 Ranger, 101K $3,995. 334-691-2987 43 MINUTES48SEC- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT TO
BUY M E!H 7 F ,. 797b..0768Pp miles, manual, new Sonoma '03 GMC ONDS EAST, 10.10 IN AND FOR JACKSON
3B U HD. M . F...,. . Wanted tires. $4400 0BO. Extended Cab 4.3V6 FEET TO THE POINT COUNTY, FLORIDA has been filed
d..i. :21- I ,- -l:,t I.l- .. J , . Wanted: 334-693-0685 Engine Automatic OF BEGINNING, RE- CIVIL ACTION against you and you
Ford9 I, si d :' Nissan *O Altima, Muistsee $tk B Toe L Automobiles Power brakes & SERVING HOWEVER, are required to serve
390 4bbl, slide steer- white/ssan0A interioma, Must see. $11kOBO Tahoe LT Top Of Line .,,,,Jo Clean AN EASEMENT FOR CASE NO.: 32-2010- a copy of your writ-
ing, 69K $8,995 r interior, ale 850-352-4342 Leather, Sunroof, l 7920603 INGRSS AND A000002ten defenses within
ing,69Kmils,$8,9 ,5 i 'da'. .e 85 .11 92-0603. INGRES ANs wiAtO0000
obo. 334-671-5051 or sunroofalloywhst Il. .t-PteranW nted orvair for # EGRESS DIVISION: 30 days after the first
33K-miles,0$16," 000aul off. 334-678-6990 .d OVER AND ACROSS publication, if any,
Ford '93 Taurus, runs 334-693-0830 Brj.. Tires, aoff.3346-6 990 LegalAds THE EAST 40 FEET JAMES B. NUTTER on Florida Default
ood, needs AC, Oldmobile '93 Silhou .. Het .,r .,ll Mainte- f THEREOF, SAID PAR- AND COMPANY, Law Group, P.L.,
$2200. 1-334-475-1723 ette, tan, wr - n ,,.: .:,r 11,600 Trucks-Heavy Duty Legal Notices CEL LYING AND Plaintiff's attorney,
windows locks, CC, ', 4 e-, 7. 7-2459 Ford '01 Ranger Edge BEING IN THE Plaintiff, whose address is
Ford '93 Taurus, runs sunroof, 161K 1 own- ., 76,000 miles, 4 cyl, NORTHWEST 1/4 OF 9119 Corporate Lake
good, needs AC. er, $1800. MUST SEE! Honda 01' Reflex Station Wagons ( 5 speed, new tires LF14803 THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 vs. Drive, Suite 300,
$2200. 334-475-1723 334-648-5817 Scooter maroon, O INf Excellent $5895. OF THESE 1/4 OF Tampa, Florida
Ford 95' Mustang,Co- Pontiac '08 G6 GT 4-stroke, 249cc, 70 334-790-7959 IN THE CIRCUIT SECTION 26, THE UNKNOWN 33634, and file the
Foertd9ble5'$ 2 0-MUSTSELL!'$200 mpg/mph $2500. . -- -- oCOURTOFTHE TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH, HEIRS,DEVISEES, original with this
nvertable $2500850- MUSTSELL $20 205-310-5662 1 - Ford '02 FIS0 XLT, FOURTEENTH " RANGES 10 WEST TO- G R A N T E E S , Court either before
726-0256 down $249 per month - . red W Trton JUDICIAL CIRCUIT GETHER WITH THE ASSIGNEES, UENORS, service on Plaintiff's
Ford '99 Taurus, 4 Call Ron Ellis Honda 03' VTX 1800TWH A,-c a
door,'99 Taurus, 110k 334-714-0028 Exc. Cond. Red in cl- . 5 L eng, 104,168 IN AND FOR JACKSON FOLLOWING EASE- CREDITORS, TRUST- attorney or immedi-
door, all power, 110k 334-714-0028 Exc. CondRedw chr incol- . - . .uer Crew Cab, COUNTY, FLORIDA MENT FOR INGRESS EES, OR OTHER ately thereafter; oth-
miles Great shape ontiac '90 Bonne- new chrome .:.... ires, tool box, CIVIL ACTION AND EGRESS; TWEN- CLAIMANTS CLAIM- erwise a default will
$3,200 334-685-0560 ville$6200. 334-308-1395 08 Dodge Raml500 $1 ,-ir. 334-894-1212 TY FEET ON SOUTH ING BY, be entered against
2 34 6 - ye ; .w/124Km ' ,1 - m Br Olds '9 Ciera SL, Big Horn Edition or 334-494-2823 CASE NO. 32 2008 CA SIDE OF FOLLOWING THROUGH,UNDER, OR you for the relief de-
. .T 7. .. . . *.'.' V-6, loaded, Black,2WD, 5.7 Hemi, 000868 DESCRIBED LINE; AGAINST CLARA DA- handed in the Com-,
Pontiac 4, 6.r,r,nn -. "- "' miles, like new Auto, Only 8xxx Miles FORD '02 F-250, quad DIVISION COMMENCING AT AN VISON A/K/A CLARA plaint or petition.
S d * 124 u . ., .' 334-790-7959 $23,500.00 cab, Lariat, leather EXISTING CONCRETE L DAVISON
O1D- MusangNew ,..., 10 S_1 . _,, O.. - 2-_ (334) 379-8733 seats, power, 7.3 WELLS FARGO BANK, MONUMENT AT THE DECEASED, et al,
dr52010 Mus trans gik Po2ni.. d 9. .a .3 ' I Trlers-Tractors 2 Diesil, new tires, NA, NE CORNER OF THE WITNESS my hand
exdr,5-spd transkt2WD850 .r ,. 9 ,r m 2008 F-250 Ford 128K, $13,800 SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF Defendant(s). and the seal of this
extblk int,2WD,850 o i - i;o ,',. n. Ir .1. i te.r Lariat Exc. Cond. 334-899-0099 Plaintiff, TH T / r n ti 1
miles $28,500 r D, 42 ase 13176 Mi. $36,000 334 THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 Court on this 14th
(334)479-8028 1in00.. I. -176r.r':rrational Trac- Tru I Iful llrdrd .OF SECTION 26, NOTICEOFACTION . day of January, 2010.
- 2 0650 9am/gpm toriw/8 implements T -'V. TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH,
-* 0- Rucp Honda- 05 $10,500. 850-263-7406 CidHAEL pRANGE 10 WEST, TO:THE UNKNOWN Dale R. Guthrie
"-t . **Reduced: LEXUS VTX1300R/S Beauti- MICHAEL S. JACKSON COUNTY HEl IRS, DEV IS EES, Clerk of the Court
.' '92 Runs great! ful Candy Black Cher- Bushhog 9044, field Chevrolel t W ..,:,: HARGETT, et al, FLORIDA., THENCE GRANTEES ,
.S Looks good! $3,500, ry, over $2000 in ac- ready, shelter kept. .,i.-r ad..:. tT.. - - SOUTH 89 DEGREES ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, By: BEVERLY
Jack 239-464-0985 cessories. 8k miles, $10,500 OBO. 334- r.- a. , .,: t. ',-.:,, Defendant(s). 25 MINUTES 15 SEC- CREDITORS, TRUST- HATCHER
atr asking $5700 347-4283 or 334-447- .:ra . ii 00 ONDS EAST, 23.00 ,EES, OR OTHER As Deputy Clerk
Saturn '98 SL2 5-sp. ask325728 o3 47- 9, , t ." .O'NOTICE OF FEET TO THE WEST CLAIMANTS CLAIM-
runs good. $1900. Honda 06' Rebel Solid . FORDocaFie'),LSrl- FORECLOSURE SALE SIDE OF OLD U.S. I NG I Meengs-Event
GM '72 Chevelle OBO 334-389-0791 white windshield & FORD TW 15 Tractor CHEVROLET - '08 at, Loaded, 4, 5 O4C E S ROD, THEN S. HROUGH,UNDER, BO
perToyota '05rfrn A sade bags 2600 mi. w/cab 14, c. 2500 Duramax LTZ Tsun roof, every GIVEN pursuant to EBa DENUTGREES 23 17CON MIS- AGAINSTA CLARA LFA- 4814
Lth GAS DEGREES SECONDS VISvN A/K/A CLARA % Leiln
top Needs work. FULLY LOADED, LOW 3326 334-714-1110 2 cultivator sold sep. miles, 4 door, $2on keNew Final Judgment of WEST, 66.80 FEET L. DAVISON DE-
Great proj car $3,200 PAYMENT! $500 HONDA '06 Shadow, 334-701-1836 automanual trans- $22k, 253Mortgage Foreclo- ALONG SAID ROAD, CEASED Notice of Meeting
334-774-2825. down $250 per month Candy Apple Red, 2.8 Lilliston 6000, field mission, Like New .ure dated January THENCE SOUTH 01
Call 334-791-8243 Ask miles, LIKE NEW, ready, shelter kept. condition, black exte- O. .-, entered DEGREES 57 MI- LAST KNOWN AD- On Tuesday, January
Honda '03 Accord EX, for Steve Hatcher $5,300 229-334-8520, $1000. 334-347-4283 rior, black interior, M i n .,- .:r 32 2008 NUTES 37 SECONDS DRESS: UNKNOWN 26, at 5 PM, the Jack-
black, leather, sun- 334-355-1202 or 334-447-2572 4WD, $37,000 Ci.A 'n.''-. .-I the Cir- WEST, 98.31 FEET son County Board of
roof, very nice. Volkswagen '06 Bee- O (334)726-1209 .:u;r .:,urt of the ALONG SAID ROAD, CURRENT ADDRESS: County Commission-
$9,500. 334-726-1215 tIe, auto, diesel, 42K Honda '07 Shadow f)ouiTEENTH Judicial THENCE SOUTH 09 UNKNOWN ers will hold a Work-
Honda '06 Civi Gra miles, 40MPG, load- red/blk flames $4000. '- . , Cr.:u.i ., and for DEGREES 29 Ml- shop to discuss pro-
4Honda '06 Civic, oweray ed. $16,000. 334-897- 726-1434/677-5489 C FORD 05 FB0 Lrie JA, ..,iE : County, NUTES 04 SECONDS ANY AND ALL UN- posed Capital Im-
69,500 mi., Good ga 2497 or 334-672-1655 HONDA 8 Valkyrie 4x4, 5.4LT, Fully load- Florila wherein WEST, 05.64 FEET KNOWN PARTIES provement Proects
mileage & corolit-. 29 o --r 3 - T47r1r all H O rA.8lnie . " " aed, leather seats, WELLS FARGO BANK, ALONG SAID ROAD. CLAIMING BY, at 2864 Madison
s$11$00.-."ge &:3,,l . New '9 .h Tri r-r, , 47915282fand MICHAEL S. DEGREES 05 MI- AND AGAINST THE Florida. Other mat-
Honda '07 Civ .:E ' ' t 3: 8-69 New l Tr,.ir, chevy '04 Si-verado $18500HARGETT; KARLA NUTES 50 SECONDS HEREIN NAMED INDI- ters may be ad-
33,200 mi, navE.'[,,,-.-u.-,14-.. 6' ', u.r,:e, 7000 3500 1 Ton Sharo - HAPGETT A/K/A WEST, 464.87 FEET V I D U A L dressed as present-
sunroof, 35mpi u. Kawasaki 08 Vul.:an vWP 2axels, pd 3500,1Ton, Sharpe,' PLA J. HARGETT; ALONG SAID ROAD DEFENDANT(S) WHO ed. The Board's reg-
tomatic, $13,9,nJ3 j:. 9(100 custom, 2400 3 l~. king $1600 Duramax, 6.6L, Dually . . - TENANT #1 N/K/A TO THE POINT OF BE- ARE NOT KNOWN TO ular meeting will be-
685-6233 VOLVO_04 40 110Ks m.lei. A;,-,d h;Eld. 85.0-S.6:-2262 Tow Pkg/power trail- -. OTT BERGMAN, GINNING OF SAID BE DEAD OR ALIVE, gin at 6PM.
VOVO'$6,500 WEST MAIN saddlebag, red. Re- Tractor 1940 FORD 9n ing mirrors, crew ar nd TENANT #2 LINE; THENCE NORTH WHETHER SAID UN-
CAR SALES LLC duced to $5700. 334- runs, needs over haul cab, ext. bed. Loaded -f . N A SYLVIA BERG- 27 DEGREES 37 MI- KNOWN PARTIES In accordance with
-- 1919 WEST LLC 692-3337MAor796-5421 $800OBO. 726-1434 $23,000. .1AN .are the Defend- NUTES WEST 175.07 MAY CLAIM AN IN- the Americans with
334-699-5880 2007Copper Cannon Ford '06 F350,Diesel, ants, I will sell to the FEET TO A POINT OF TEREST AS SPOUSE, Disabilities Act, per-
Honda 2,VERY NICE CAR. nrn Kestone 5th wheel 4WD, clean, 50k mi, highest and best bid- CURVE- THENCE- HEIRS, DEVISEES, sons needing a spe-
Honda F .p CAR Keystone 5th wheel ooseneck hitch der for cash NORTHWESTERLY GRANTEES, OR OTH- cial accommodation
loaded, low miles, VW '00 New Beetle- _' w/ 2 slides, sharp. $25k, 850-569-2262 atNORTH DOOR AND 63.53 FEET ER CLAIMANTS to participate in this
silver w/gray & black Turbo, AT, sun-roof, Chevy 'O3 As~r.: . n Call for details. -JACKSON COUNTY ALONG THE ARC OF A ' meeting should con-
inter., runs like new. leather, 5 CD/Cas- LI 3ach 6l a,:ualj. $30,000. Offers! Ford '07 F150 XLT COURTHOUSE, MA- CURVE OF THE LEFT LAST KNOWN AD- tact the Administra-
$15,900.334-687-3171 sette, runs great, ex- lmi rear air. ver, nice 334-805-4906. supercrew, 4X4 5.4L, RIANNA, FLORIDA at HAVING A RADIUS OF DRESS: tor's assistant no lat-
Hundai Elan cellent gas mileage. Kawasaki 09'J \ .1.,nd. 7.8ii0. 0l0 ' flex fuel, dark blue 11:00AM, on the 9th 130.0 FEET AND A UNKNOWN er than 5 days prior
FairHyuno96 ntra $5,500.334-790-2144 Monster energy edi- 347-5560 after 6pm Chevy 04' Silverado w/bed cover, 144K day of February, CENTRAL ANGLE OF to the meeting. The
Transir Co. nwork with '06 Passat, load- tion. pipes, power . ,ir.;e 4 dr i,,.ed. mi, pwr, CC, $14,500 2010, the following 28 DEGREES CURRENT ADDRESS: Administrator's as-
DVDSter. syst.$850 ed, blue/black GPS, commander, high 7h M. E,. .E 1 334-714-6999 described property 00 MINUTES TO A UNKNOWN sistant may be con-
OBO 334-475-6267 or sattalite radio,' new flow air filter, low BOSE ra ., " ---rn -as set forth in said Fi- POINT OF COM- acted at 2864 Madi-
B334-475- 62670084 tires, lie new inside miles. $10,500. I ' . I. 1. . Judg- POUND CURVE; YOU ARE NOTIFIED sonStreet, Marianna,
334-475-0084 tires, like . moving 334-790-1852 . . C- " THENCE NORTH- that an action to FL, 32448, (850) 482-
'-,.: .out 119K.movina tCHEVYe6r ut.C...r.. WESTERLY AND foreclose a mortgage 9633, or (800) 955-
SN :.T 8.7 M,.:. Motor Scooter VS, p:. pt,, -j, auto, COMMENCING AT 133.87 on the following 8771 (TDD).
-.33 : 1., IJ1 i-0. 200mi, Blue, runr,. :,,:,. . THE NORTHWEST FEET ALONG THE property in JACKSON
$ 160 850- 258-1638 CHRYSLER 0:' T,.': Need1 som rrc rk. .CORNER OF THE ARC OF A CURVE TO County, Florida:
qu awaaki 09' Country LX, 55,000 $2,500. 334-735-5404 - SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF THE LEFT HAVING A COMMEN
Nirila Like New 250R cond.$8500. Chevy'71 El Camino, Ford '68 F100 step SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF RADIUS OF 260.0 CE AT THE NORTH-
INFI~ 1974 1 r,,1r01 acket 3,500. i. 334-677-3613. 350 Engine, $7500 ' s ide, SACERFICE SECTION 26, TOWN- FEET AND A CENTRAL WEST CORNER OFCH K
INFINITIO .01 . C 12',. Cararir LT 350 v $3,995.334-692-3211 -850- 594-3282 MUST SELL DUE TO SHIP 5 NORTH, ANGLE OF 29 DE- THE SOUTHEASTC E/4
$5,395 West Main Car 4sp, factory ac, re- Leave Mess Ford 95' Windstar HEALTH PROB., runs RANGE 10 WEST AND GREES 30 MINUTES; OF SECTION 27, OUT THE
Sales LLC 1919 storation project, . Van selling for parts CHEVY '87 delux 10 great 18K mi. black, RUN SOUTH 89 DE- THENCE NORTH 85 TOWNSHIP 7 NORTH,
West Main Street 80% complete. NADA .' nly 500. 334-691- Ped w/blk stripes MSTA $3.300 nbo GREES 25 MINUTES DEGREES 07 SEC- RANGE 8 WEST. CLASSIFIEDS!
(334)699-5880 $12,000., needs home 1 ' 2,'6; . 34.7.1.-f.]6 i. 21"1 3.4.714.t58 4 67,. '772 15 SECONDS EAST THENCE RUN EAST
Sn,:Ij.s.1,4l.;,-,g $9.11`0.13.4 T h ,134,g i

'69 Chevelle Malibu
C',-,svrt'ble SBC iU. -.
r ot. PB. PS. Red lcl Triumph Daytona "
Run: & Drave Gr'sai Typei 955 Fi ST Sport -
JAGUAR '95 XJS (34)618-0585 rt. rt",bra a h.. ni 34.
110K $12,495 GREAT 693 9390 or 76 1 . 3: -
CLASSIS. WEST MAIN
CAR SALES LLC United Motor Scooter
334-699-5880. S108. 60rr pg. 1000 rm.'
JEEP '06 Wrangler, $300i . m .5IS-63u2
soft top, 49K miles, 2 i Yamaha-01 Rac.,.iStr
door, auto, 4 wheel 1- r.Iirnght Ed 1600.
drive. $14,000334- Beautiful project or cOver.3000o mlE-:.
685-0846 parts car 1958 Met Bicck 5900,.00. OBO
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Abuotrictar prts. .. SOelia Ixe m e Crf eSeesmOffered
$2000 csh ,',r need a InI
door, 4 cylinder for a good work 1300 Tour, fuel inject- ,.
44,000 miles, truck.Call/text 796- ed, cover & helmet, -Id I in a on SiM pl
excellent, $5995. 0755- Nights and cruise control, load- S t

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LEXUS '0 ? P" 3 92Kih
$12,900 LIKE NEW.
WEST MAIN CAR
SALES LLC
1919 WEST MAIN ST
334-699-5880
Lincoln 01' Excutive
Series 103K mi.
w/reg. serve , power
windows & seats
w. lumbar leather
int. new tires adult
driven exc. cond.
$6,900. cash firm
334-790-4892
Lincoln Town Car '91
V8 motor, mint cond.,
burgundy, 39,390.
New tires, nice int.,
needs back shocks.
$2000. 334-897-5482.
Mazda 03' Protege 5
5 speed 78K mi.
$5,993. Good cond.
334-701-3453
Mazda '06 RX8.
Silver, exc. cond.,
30,216 miles, $16,500
334-308-1395





Mazda 5, 07' Grand
touring, exc cond re -
mamining warr. 48K
mi. black $13,000.
334-445-3652 or 256-
452-8026
Mercedes '04 Benz
E320, sports pack-
age, charcoal/black
interior. 59K miles.
$17,000. 334-806-7190


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many ext. to list
4,600 mi. $12,000
334-235-2995
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est. Daylight Auto Fi-
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OBO 850-526-2491
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SE, Black, Auto. 43K
mi. leather int., 3rd
row seat, Like new.
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