Jackson County Floridan

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Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna, Fla
Chipola Pub. Co.
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Daily (except Saturday and Monday)[<1979-1995>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Preceded by:
Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Closure on 231

Traffic will be a little
slower on U.S. Highway
231 in Cottondale today,
with road closures on both
the north and southbound
inside lanes, from 8 a.m. to
4 p.m.
The Florida Department
of -Transportation mainte-
nance office in Marianna is
installing a "quick curb," or
traffic separator, in front of
the Dollar General.
"This has been a real
problem area for a long
time," FDOT information
officer Tommie Speights
said. "Dollar General cus-'
tomers have been making
illegal left turns" on to 231
from the 'store parking lot'
and entering the path' of
oncoming traffic."
Speights 'said that since
this is an obvious safety
concern, FDOT officials
have decided to install a
raised curb approximately-
230 feet in length to pre-
vent the illegal left turns.
""We requested a traffic
signal to be put in there, but
that request was denied,"
Cottondale Police Chief
William Watford said. "So
I believe this is what FDOT
is doing to' fix the prob-
Speights said the city's
request for a traffic signal
See 231, Page 7A >

A permanent barrier will be taking the place of these traffic dividers in
front of the Dollar General store on Highway 231. in Cottondale; -
Mark Skinner./ Floridan

Man charged with

defrauding woman

A Marianna man was arrested
late last week on several charges
after allegedly victimizing the
elderly neighbor he had
Hayes Eddie Booth, 38, is,
charged with grand theft by
fraud, grand theft upon a person
65 years of age or older,
exploitation of an elderly per-
son, and 10 counts of writing,
worthless checks.
According to. Major Donnie
Branch of the Jackson County
Sheriff's Office, Booth alleged-

ly used the victim's ATM card
to withdraw' $1,500.
Branch said Booth ran
errands for the 81-year-old vic-
tim from time to time. On at
least one occasion, she gave him
her ATM card and pin number
so that he could pick up some-
thing for her from a store.
Booth allegedly kept the card
and, according to the law
enforcement complaint, with-
drew $500 on Jan. 14, another
$500 the next day, and made a
third $500 withdrawal on Jan.

SMarianna police officers
arrested Marianna resident
Dewayne S. Lawrence, 28, on a
charge of aggravated assault
with a deadly weapon Tuesday.
.Lawrence allegedly threatened
his brother and sister with a
A press release, from the
MNananna police states that offi-
'.cers responded to a reported
armed disturbance at 2922
Milton Ave.
-Callers told dispatchers a per-
.son on the scene was threaten-

ing someone else with a knife.
When officers arrived, they
made contact with 'Lawrence
and his sister, Jenny Lawrence,
and brother, Michael Lawrence.
The investigation revealed
that during a verbal altercation,
Dewayne allegedly produced a
pocket knife and threatened his
No one was injured during'the.
Dewayne Lawrence was then
arrested and transported to the
Jackson County Correctional
Facility to await his first appear-





The Jackson County
Commission is looking for a
financial advisor ,to lead it
through the process of seeking
funds for road-paving projects.
The commission is considering
a $10 million bond issue or other
financial vehicle. The debt
incurred will be secured by future
gas tax revenues.
The county may also ask the
advisor for "other financial stud-
ies as may deemed desirable by
the county," according to the
request for proposals the com-
mission authorized last week.
The county commission has
not selected a list of roads it

Habitat wants volunteers for No. 45


Plans for Jackson County Habitat for
Humanity's 45th home are now under way,
with; the commencement of the annual
"Spring Break Build" project from March 8
through the 12.
Habitat officials announced Tuesday that
the team is still in need of local skilled and
semi-skilled construction volunteers, to assist
a group of, college students working on the
spring build.
For the past 16 years, a dedicated group of
college students have replaced the typical
rowdy week on the beach, with a trip to
Marianna to help construct a new home for a
Tamnily in.need.
The annual "Spring Break Build" invites
Habitat-affiliated organizations to come dur-
ing their spring break.
This year, 15 students from Blackburn
University in Carlinville, Ill., will be staying
with volunteer host families in Marianna and
working for five days on various house-build-
According to Jackson County's Habitat
Executive Director Leslie Fuqua, these stu-
dents raise money each year to fund their
travel costs to Florida, as well as to make a

financial contribution towards the construc-
tion of the Habitat homes.
"The ,whole project is just so amazing,"
Fuqua said. "These students raise all this
money to come to Jackson County and be a
part of this project. Not to mention the open"
arms with which Jackson County welcomes
Fuqua explained that it is never difficult to
-find local volunteers willing to house these
students for .the duration of their stay.
"In addition to their accommodation, com-
munity organizations also coordinate three
complimentary meals, plus snacks, each day,"
Fuqua said. "One day, St. Ltke's will feed
them lunch, and then First Presbyterian will,
provide another meal, and so on. But it isn't
just faith organizations, it's civic organiza-
tions as well."
.Fuqua said this is the first year out of the
program's 16 years running that Syracuse
University was unable to participate. The uni-
versity's spring break falls on a different
week this year, causing them to miss out this
Blackburn students have also been partici-
pating for years, and this year have four
returning participants. ,
"These students leave Marianna having
experienced Southern hospitality at its finest,

as well as basic construction experience,"
Fuqua said. "It's a great experience for every-
The Smith family will be receiving the
home to be built, located at 4258 Oaks St. in
Marianna. Lynn Smith works as a teachers
aid and bus monitor for the Jackson County
school district.
Fuqua said Smith has been working hard
this past week to get the lot cleared for the
building of the new home's foundation.
The "Spring Break Build" team will com-
plete everything after the foundation is ready,
Fuqua said.
The project's expected work plan schedule,
from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day, is:
Monday, build walls
Tuesday, prepare frame for trusses, hang-
ing outside, wallboard, wrapping
Wednesday, trusses
Thursday, covering roof; decking, felt
Friday, dry in, doors, windows
Habitat officials say lunch will be provided
for all local construction volunteers. Some
may choose to work only morning or after-
noon shifts.
To sign up for this project as a skilled or
semi-skilled construction volunteer, contact
Janet Hams at 850-209-4410, or Leslie Fuqua
at 850-482-2187 and specify availability.

See ADVISOR, Page 7A >

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Farmall Cub tractor fans will
have an opportunity to see 25 to
30 of the vintage machines this
weekend at a farm just below
Roy Edenfield is hosting a
Deep South Cub Fest on Friday
and Saturday at his place, located
at 1620 State Farm Road.
To get ,there, take U.S.
Highway 90 to Sneads, then get
on County Road 286 the road
leading to Interstate 10 from
Sneads. Go about 1.5 miles until
State Farm Road. Turn left and
the tractors will be about a half-
mile down the way. If traveling
from Interstate 10 to CR 286,
take a right onto State Farm
The event begins at 8 a.m. each
day and will run until near dark
both days, Edenfield said.
All who wish are welcome to
come out and look, and there's no
admission fee.
See CUB, Page 7A >

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Publisher Valeria Roberts
Managing Editor Michael Becker
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski

Contact Us
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
FAX: (850) 482-4478
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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Community Calendar

February 17 Wednesday
Habitat Warehouse hours have changed
from the first weekend of the month to every
Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
AARP Tax-Aide, Marianna, offers free tax
return preparation and e-filing services for
low- and middle-income persons, with.
emphasis on persons over 60, in the confer-,
ence room of the Jackson County
Agricultural office, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave.
in Marianna, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Services con-
tinue Wednesday mornings through April
14. For an appointment, call 693-0873.
Chipola College business instructor Lee
Shook and student volunteers provide free
tax preparation and electronic filing sim-
ple, individual returns only from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Wednesday through early April.
Other times available by appointment. For
faster refunds, bring a personal check (with
routing information). Call 718-2368.
The City of Jacob will have a called meet-
ing at noon in City Hall. Call 263-6636.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Wednesdays, 12-1 p.m. at the First United
Methodist. Church, '2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room. .
The Jackson WIC Agency offers a
Breastfeeding Class, 3 p.m. at the Jackson
County Health Department. Call 526-2412.

February 18 Thursday
The deadline for. the Optimist Club of
Jackson County Essay Contest has been
extended from Feb. 12 to today. Call 526-
AARP Tax-Aide, Marianna, offers free tax,
return preparation and e-filing services for
low-' and middle-income persons,. with
emphasis on persons over 60, in the confer-
ence room of the Jackson County
Agricultural office, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave.
in Marianna, 4:30-7:30 p.m. Services con-
tinue Thursday evenings through April 15.
For an appointment, call 693-0873.
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.
Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
hosts two orientation meetings for families
interested in partnering with Habifat to build
a house: Thursday, Feb. 18, 6 p.m. or
Saturday, Feb. 20, 10 a.m. Both meetings

will be in the First United Methodist Church
Youth Center, 2901 Caledonia St. in
Marianna. You must attend an orientation
meeting in order to receive an application.
Emerald Coast Hospice Chaplain Gino
Mayo will conduct an in-service,. "Grief:
Exploring Mourning and Bereavement," at
noon at Jackson Hospital. Public welcome.
RSVP by calling 526-3577.
The Graceville Garden Club Table Games
Fundraiser is 6-9 p.m. at the Graceville Civic
Center. Games will include Mexican
Dominoes, Hand & Foot Canasta, Bunco,
Bridge, etc. Light refreshments served; door
prizes awarded. A donation of $10 per per-
son and reservations required. Call 263-
3951 by Feb. 16. Funds go to beautification
projects in downtown Graceville.
The East Jackson County Relay-for-Life
will meet at the West Florida Electric Office
in Sneads at 6 p.m.
Alcoholics Anonymous closed discus-
sion --Thursdays, 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

February 19 Friday
Tri-County Community Council Inc. will
hold a Jackson County Community Meeting
at 8:30 a.m: at the Cottondale Elementary
School, 2766 Leby Street, Cottondale, inthe
teachers' lounge. A representative of the
low-income will be elect to serve on the Tri-
County Community Council Inc. Board. of
Directors. In order to participate in the elec-
tion, verification of current income must be
provided at the meeting or be on file with
Tri-County Community Council Inc. Call 1-
800-395-2696 or 547-3688.
Marianna High School's 15th annual
Campus Beauty Pageant is at 7 p.m. in the
MHS Auditorium. Cost: $5 for adults; $3 for
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
Marianna, in the AA room.

Caledonia St.,

February 20 Saturday
The Jackson County Public Library hosts
Glenda Lightsey Norvell, M.S. in Reading,
who will present a free, one-day English
Language Learner workshop, 8:30 a.m. to
2:30 p.m. in the library conference room,-
2929 Green St., Marianna. Open to anyone
interested in becoming a volunteer tutor of
adults whose first language is not English.
No foreign language skills/prior teaching
experience required. After training, you will
be prepared to volunteer at the Calhoun
County Public Library Learning Center, the
Jackson County Public Library Learning
Center or other local programs. Lunch pro-
vided by Friends of the Library. Pre-registra-
tion required. Call 482-9124 or e-mail litera-
*.Haircuts for Hope, a fundraiser for Brandi
Purvis, who has been diagnosed with cancer,
is 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Allure inside ShoreTan
It. They will also be doing "mini-mani's." No
appointments necessary. Children's cuts:.
$10. Adult cuts: $15. Call 482-5833 for infor-
mation. All proceeds benefit the Brandi
Purvis Cancer Fund. To make a cash dona-
tion, call Donna Chandler at 718-2276.
Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
hosts two orientation meetings for families
interested in partnering with Habitat to build
*a house: Thursday, Feb..18, 6 p.m.. or
Saturday, Feb. 20, 10 a.m. Both meetings
will be in the First United Methodist Church
Youth Center, 2901 Caledonia St. in
Marianna. You must attend an orientation
meeting in order to receive an application.
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.

February 21 Sunday
Antioch A.M.E. Church celebrates Black
'History Month at 11 a.m. with the Rev. Joe
Tripp of Pleasant Grove A.M.E. Church; and
at 2:30 p.m. with the Rev. George Williams
of Bethel Star M.B.C.
Gospel Sunday celebrates Black History
Month, 11 a.m. at the New Hope Missionary
Baptist Church, 3996 Wintergreen Road,
Two Egg. Call 592-8802.


The Marianna Police
listed the fol-
lowing inci- P_ j-
dents for Uc--
Feb. 15, the -,"-MA
latest avail- .CRME
able report:
One drunk pedestrian, one
accident without injuries,
one abandoned vehicle,
one reckless driver, one
suspicious incident, one
verbal disturbance, one
panic alarm, six traffic
stops, one larceny com-

plaint, one civil dispute,
one noise disturbance, two
retail thefts, one assist of
another agency and four
public service calls.

The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and county
Fire Rescue listed the fol-
lowing incidents Feb.15,
the latest available report:'
Two accidents with
injuries, one abandoned
vehicle, one reckless driv-
er, four suspicious vehi-

cles,. two -suspicious inci-
dents, one escort, one bur-
glary, three verbal distur-
bances, two burglar alarms,
one report of shooting in
the area, five traffic stops,
one larceny complaint, four
civil disputes, three tres-
pass complaints, two sui-
cide attempts, one animal
complaint, three assists of'
other agencies, one child
abuse complaint, one pub-
lic service call, one trans-
port and three
threat/harassment com-

The following people
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting periods:
Norris Wynn, 32, P.O.
Box 197, Cottondale, hold
for court-hold for DOC.
Sean Griffith, 30, 4820
Highway 90, Marianna,
sentenced to 120 days.
Charles Faison, 30,
4597 Highway 162,
Marianna, hold for court-
hold for DOC.

George Hayes, 49, P.O.
Box 102, Greenwood,
retail theft, principle in the
first degree.
Billy Harrison, 53,
2672 Wynn Road,
Marianna, possession of
drug paraphernalia.


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

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Jackson County Floridan Wednesday, February 17, 2010 3A


Sneads FFA hosts district competition

Oh Friday, Jan. 22, the
Sneads FFA Chapter host-
ed the District FFA
Competition at the Sneads
First Assembly of God,
where area FFA chapters
gathered for the competi-
tion. All teams did well and
showed dedication to the
The Sneads.FFA Chapter
competed in the Creed
Competition and the
Parliamentary Procedure
Competition. In the Creed
Competition, Lindsey
Locke received first place.
In the Parliamentary
Procedure Competition the
Sneads FFA Chapter
received first place as well.
Both teams will go on to
compete at the State FFA From left, Stan Scurlock, Brandy Strickland, Lindsey Locke, Zach Wester, Shelby
Convention. Lawrence, Valaree Douglas and Sydney Stone. Contributed photo Lindsey Locke and Stan Seurlock. -.Contributed photo

SHS shines at horse judging competition
Sneads FFA and 4-H Blake White,
chapters participated in the Travis
North Florida Horse Hamilton and
Judging Clinic and Scott Cook.
Competition on Saturday,
Jan. 23, at the Jackson Contributed
County Ag Center. photo
Numerous teams from
around the area participat-
ed in this event. Both
Sneads chapters report big
The FFA Team, consist- > .
ing of Christen Howell,
Alan Toole, Ariel White .
and 'Jessica Hatcher, '
received first place in the Alan Toole,
FFA division. The FFA Christen .
team went on to compete in Howell, W
State preliminaries, Feb. 6 Jessica I-
in Tampa. Hatcher and
The 4H Team Tyler Hatcher and '
White, Blake White, Scott Ariel White.
Cook and Travis Hamilton
- received third place in Contributed
the 4H division, photo

.Houston Reading

Room opened

at Chipola

Chipola College officials officially opened the
Merle Z. Houston Reading Room in the col-
lege Library during a reception in her honor
on Feb. 6. Pictured from left, are' Chipola
president Dr. Gene Prough; Merle Houston;
er daughter Anna Houston; and her son
Joey Houston. Houston worked at the college
from the 1960s to the 2000s serving as
director of the library and as director of com-
munity affairs. -,Contributed photo


Chipola s
Two fundraisers have
been scheduled for Chipola
College. student, Brandi
Purvis, who has been diag-
nosed with cancer.
"Haircuts for Hope" is
Saturday, Feb. 20, 9 a.m. to
3 p.m. at Allure inside
ShoreTan It.
They will also be doing
No appointments are
necessary.. Children's hair-
cuts are $10. Adult cuts are
$15. Call 482-5833 for
"Smiles for Brandi" is
sh- Saturday, March 13, 8 a.m.
S to 11:30 a.m. at Payne and
ntin Payne Dentistry.
mna They will be offering
ney general cleaning and exams
un- for children 5 years old to
adults for $40.
Appointments are pre-
ferred, but walk-ins are

welcome. Call 526-2511
ffo information.

Read our top stories.
and obits online!

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All .proceeds from both
fundraisers are to benefit
the Brandi Purvis Cancer
Anyone who would like
to make a cash donation
may call Donna Chandler
at 718-2276.



See the original
that started it all
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missing you!

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club results
The Marianna Duplicate
Bridge Club plays bridge on
Monday. afternoons in the
St. Luke's Episcopal
Church Parish Hall. For the
week of Feb. 8, the winners
were as follows:
First place Douglas
Parker of Marianna, and
Kurt Opferman of
Second place Dorothy
Baxter and Jane Sangaree,
both of Marianna.
Third place Betty
Brendemuehl of Marianna,
and Katrina LaBlanc of
Fourth place Bobby
Fenster and Linda Hodges,
both of Dothan, Ala.
Fifth place Lottie
Williams and Libby Hutto,
both of Marianna.

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Wednesday 02/10 16-19-25-39-48-52 xtra 2
For lottery information, call (850) 487-7777 or (900) 737-7777

Chipola Royalty

Members of the Chipola College Homecoming court are, from left, freshman Kaitlin Porter of Chipley, fre
man Taylor Reiff of Marianna, freshman Ashleigh Lollie of Grand Ridge, 2010 Mr. Chipola, Quin
Beechum of Campbellton; sophomore Tommy Melvin of Marianna; 2010 Homecoming Queen, Sylvian
Garrett of Greenwood; sophomore Tucker Nebel of Marianna; 2009 Homecoming Queen, Courtr
Corbin of Graceville; 2009 Mr. Chipola, Kris Sampson of Marianna; freshman Tory Brown of Orlando, j
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There is an election schedule for the Town of Sneads, Florida on
Tuesday, April 13, 2010.

The purpose of the election is to elect two members of the City
Council. The seats to be filled are Groups I and II and are for two-
year terms each.

Anyone wishing to run in the Election must be a qualified voter
and live in the City limits of Sneads.

Those wishing to qualify must pay a qualifying fee equal to 5% of the
annual expense account of the office and must file the necessary
qualifying papers.

Qualifying will begin Monday, February 22, 2010, at 7:00 a.m. and end
on Friday, February 26, 2010, at 12:00 noon. Those wishing to qualify
may do so at the Sneads City Hall from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

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Sen. Nelson must
stand up for students

Dear editor,
Florida Sen. Bill Nelson
appears to be putting many
Florida college students in
deeper debt by supporting an
effort of the banking industry
to block student loan reform.
For years, lending companies
have earned a pretty penny
from the federal student loan
program. Currently a student
applies to a designated gov-
ernment lender for a student
The government provides
the lenders with a subsidy for
offering low interest loans to
students. Then, it guarantees
the loan to the lender via
companies such as Sallie
Mae. The lender services the
loan and earns the interest and
collection fees. If the student
pays the loan, the lender prof-
its and if the student defaults,
the lender still profits.
According to a 2009 report
by the Project on Student
Debt, published in the
Chronicle of Higher
Education, 48 percent of
Florida college and university
students graduate with a stu-
dent loan debt that averages
Education Secretary Arne
Duncan recently called on the

US Senate to overhaul student
lending, saying that the bank-
ing industry has had "a free-
ride from taxpayers for too
long" and adding that Sallie
Mae, the largest lending firm,
leaders have enriched them-
selves as college students pile
on college debt.
"Working Americans pay
while bankers get rich,"
Duncan said in a prepared
statement. "Sallie Mae execu-
tives have paid themselves
hundreds of millions of dol-
lars in the last decade while
teachers, nurses, and scientists
- the backbone of the new
economy face crushing
debt because of runaway col-
lege tuition costs." Duncan's
remarks on the student loan
debate came as the adminis-
tration attempts to end the
program that utilizes private
lenders as middlemen for fed-
erally backed loans. Federally
guaranteed loans are up a
record 6 percent according to
the US Department of
Education, to $53.1 billion.
The lending industry is
working against a bill in
Congress that would end their
guaranteed win-win. The US
House of Representatives
made a positive statement last
year by passing a student loan
reform bill as part of HR
3221, the Student Aid and
Financial Responsibility Act.

Critic of the current situation
saw this act as Congress
standing up to the banking
lobby. In this time of crushing
student loan indebtedness, the
Senate however is still strug-
gling to present its options in
this regard. And Florida
Senator Bill Nelson appears ,
to be struggling with his posi-
tion,/as well.
The House version elimi-
nates the part of the program
that has made a lot of profit
for banks: the subsidy to help
them make risk-free, govern-
ment backed loans. The
House bill also expands direct
lending to students by making
money available through their
colleges, eliminating a signifi-
cant expense incurred by the
middle-man banks. According
to a recent New York Times
article, the Congressional
Budget Office has estimated
that the country could save
about $80 billion over the
next decade by ending the pri-
vate lending system.
Needless to say, the com-
mercial lenders would lose
one type of business if this
bill were to pass and become
law, but would pick up the
work involved in servicing the
direct lending loans. Our cur-
rent and future cash-strapped
students would, on the other
hand, win. Opponents of stu-
dent loan reform are pulling

out doomsday scenarios, from
predicting higher default rates
and losses of employment.
However, all these claims lack
any significant data to support
The real bottom line to this
story is the bottom line a
huge chunk of profit for the
commercial lenders will be
gone. The savings will allow
the government to redirect
dollars to a number of need
based aid programs to get
more students into higher
education and help fuel our
economy and workforce a
workforce with much less stu-
dent debt.
Today, college students who
attend even moderately priced
state colleges and universities,
as well as a growing number
of Florida College System
students, graduate with stu-
dent loan debts that will take
them years to repay. And, this
is at a time when graduates
already face a depleted job
Let Senator Nelson know
how you feel and put an end
to free, taxpayer guaranteed
financial aid and profits made
on the backs of our nation's

Michael Brawer
Executive Director and CEO
Florida Association of
Community Colleges

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Sneads Elementary School recently
announced the honor roll for the sec-
ond nine-weeks.
First Grade
A Honor Roll Samantha Jane
Adkins, Meg Alexander, Russell
Allen, Keyriya Baker, Janki Bhakta,
Cameron Brown, Dianna Lexi
Brown, Kyia Brown, Alden
Campbell, Bellah Coker, Jase Collis,
Najah'Nay Dudley, Katelynn
Dunaway, Macy Nicole Emmons,
Kiara Garrett, Joseph Graddy,
Bradley Clayton Gregg, Hunter
Grooms, Evan Hamilton, Landon
Hatcher-Gilley, Tosha -Hayes-Jones,
Brendan Hays, Bowden Howell,
Jantzen Jackson, Tabitha Jackson,
Hayden J6hnson, Vallari Joyner,
Jada' Kingry, Taylor Lanphere,
Parker Bowen McCord, Bella
McDaniel, Autumn Mercer, Kiera
Miller, Alexis Moneyham, Anthony
Moran, Alexis Myers, John Douglas
O'Neal, Hunter Rhames,, Sarah
Richards, Brianna Rinck, Georgia
Scott, Elise Smith, Julius Stanley,
Britanny Leann Stephens, Ethan
Stephens, Emily Stone, Emma
Thompson, Makaila Wade,
Annemarie Wells, Daeshaun
A/B Honor Roll Yukehily
Ahilon, Collin Alford, Dakota
Askiew, Dillon Bennett, Justin Blake
Benton, Kilee Bowen, Rebecca
Bruner, Keith Burns, Robert Earl
Cruse, Gretchen Deese, Tucker
Dowling, Seth Ellis, Dawson Farmer,
Lora Hanks, Samuel Heidelberger,
Ann Marie Helton, Amy Hernandez,
Jaykeria Jackson, :Matthew Kelley,
Karlie Leigh, Connor McDaniel,
Daymon Merritt, Conner Lee Mikell,
Brandon Moctezuma, Shelby
Montroy, Lane Ozburn, Joanna
Parramore, Katianne Raffield,
Tamiyah Simmons, Brooke Smith,
Kaytlynn Taylor, Taylor Grace
Tolbert, Aiden Wagner; Faith
Whitney, Kaleb Williams, Zailey
Second Grade,
A Honor Roll Dillon Arnold,
Madeline Barfoot, Jason Branch,
Destini Brown, Victoria Clair, Austin
Dennison, Laurel Dudley, Kearston


Glisson, Faith Hardin, Dylan
Jackson, Josiah Joyner, Savanna
Lewis, Maegan Lewis, Colton
Mercer, Amber Mullinax, Jace
Porter, Maggie Rabon, Emily
Sprouse, Marissa Starace, Lauren
Stone, Hunter Wagner, Leandra
A/B Honor Roll Uribe Ahilon,
Latahzha Baldwin, Alex Shawn
Baxter, Kyle Benton, Phoenix
Bruner, Trevor Carpenter, Mandalyn
Chance, Dawson Duncan, Elijah
Edge, Kevin Eldridge, Maison
Fulton, Kazia Gainer, Kassidy
Green, Makenna Grice, Spencer
Hart, Oceana Manbeck, Austin
Martin, -Mary Mausert, Syneria
Melnyk, Michaela Moore, Lynkin
Morris, Imanauel Perry, Michael
Pollock, .Ja'Kevia Reed, Nathan
Renfro, Jordyn Riano, Brianna
Roberts, Lauren Rucki, Seth Scott,
Kane Searcy, Jasmine Sheard,
Liliana Virgen, Hunter Wainwright,
Will Walker, Wesley Wyatt Wiggins,
Asher Young.
3rd Grade
A Honor Roll Marissa Baxter,
Kaitlynn Bowling, Leisha. Craven,
Dylan Driggers, Jennifer English,
Christian Frascona,. Madelyn.
Goodson, Jermiah Hall, Timothy Jay
Henley, .Jay Nathan Hayes, Lucas
Holguin, Christian Isherwood, Kayla
MacBride, D'Angelo Manbeck,
Anthony May, Denea Neel, Madison
O'Pry, Brandon Ortega, Payge
Roberts, Jose Rodriguez, Shayla
Singer, Mikayla Suber, Madeline
Wright, Shane Yon .
A/B Honor Roll Jasmine Allen,
Jadah Amisial, Dante Bennett,
Kameron Butler, Tyler Cain, Alec
Campbell, Alyssa. Chumrley, Georgia
Cloud, Nicholas Ryan Cloud, Loren
Davis, Lacee Glover, Dalton
Godwirt, Allen Goodwin, Kaytlyn
Gordon, Hunter Hagin, Christian
Harrell, Trenton Johnston, Ariana
Lee, Addyson Lewis, Tyrell
Manning, Jane Marchand, Lisbeth.
Montoya, John Parramore, Cameron
Parrish, Latoria Denise Patterson,
Will Perkins, Kelton Duane Raffield,
Jakeb Renfroe, Julian Scott, Landon
Sellers, Kaitlin Sexton, Makayla
Thomas, Wyntyr Thompson, Hunter.
Ward, Taylor Young.

Novelist and journalist Masha Hamilton recently led a writing workshop and cul-
tural diversity lecture at Chipola College. Hamilton is the author of acclaimed
novels, "31 Hours," "Staircase of a Thousand Steps," and "The Camel
Bookmobile." Here, Chipola Phi Theta. Kappa students Jessica Bradley, left, and
Casey Speers, right, present books to Hamilton for the Camel Book Drive, a
camel-borne library in northeastern Kenya. Contributed photo

Grave marker dedication

set for Civil War soldiers

A ceremony' at Rogers
Cemetery in Greenwood on
Saturday, Feb. 27, at 10
a.m. will mark the dedica-
tion of veteran grave mark-
ers placed at the graves of
Confederate Civil War sol-
diers brothers, Francis
M., Peter L. and Thomas L.
Rogers; and brother-in-law
Benjamin H. Stephens.
Theophilus West, M.D.
Camp 1346 of Marianna,
will present the ceremony
with the assistance of 8th
Florida Quincy Young
Guards, Camp 703, CSS
Tallahassee Co. B Marine
Guards, Sons of
Confederate Veterans and

Subscribe to the

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or visit

Order of Confederate Rose
(Marianna, Quincy and
Tallahassee chapters). All
interested are invited to
From the traffic light in
Greenwood, go north on
RR 71 approximately 0.6

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miles to RR 165 North.
Drive 2.5 miles to 4634
Basswood Road (N165),
turn and follow the flags to
the cemetery, which is in
stand of large oaks. The
cemetery is visible from the
pasture field.

2193 S. Hwy. 71


Fourth Grade

A Honor Roll Lana Barfield,
Joshua Baxley, Hannah Benton,
Dylan Catalfamo, Mackenzie Davis,
Haley Dime, Kayla Edwards, Turner
Gainer, Bryce Hamilton, Ashlyn
Harris, Ethan Johnson, Jason
Johnson, Jalen. Kenner, Allie Ann
McCord, Abigail McIntosh, Sierra
McNeil, Caleb Peel, Caleb Reed,
Taylor Roberts, Tucker Sigrest,
Alyssa Stagner, William Waldroff,
Michael Weeks, Brianna Wiggins.
A/B Honor Roll Brandon Allen,
Brianna Ball, Tristan Bennett, Dustin
Bohannon, Myia Brown, Jerica
Bryan, Jonathan Campbell,. Savana
Carter, R.J. Cloud, Andrew Collier,
Aeris Davis, Faith Douthit, Michael
Eldridge, Landon Gilley, Jonathan
Godwin, Qua'Jon Graham, Alexis
Hall,' Mason Hathcock, Levi
Herndon, Dakota, Hosey, Nicholas
Hunt, Anna Jackson,. Clay Jeffery,
Konnor Johnson, Colby Lipford,
Aaliyah Lockhart, Garrett McDaniel,
Tanner McDaniel, Jade Mullinax,
Keary Nichols, Frederick O'Brian,
Jade Patterson, Autumn Pittman,
Destinee Pollock, Brendon Rabon,
John Tyler Rhames, Clay Robbirds,
Brody Roberts, Shane Scott,
Ma'Kaelin Sneads, Brianna Stagner,
Emmett Stanley,. Ta'Laiya Terry,
Kiara Utley, Jonathan Valasquez, Ke-
Moni Williams.
Fifth Grade
A Honor Roll Baylee Childs,
Precia Driggers, Ashlyn Goodson,
Crystal Hernandez, Sierra Kelley,
Bridgit Owens, Lyndsey Poole,
Darius Raines, Allison Shelfer,
Madison Vogel, Michaela Vogel.
A/B Honor Roll Anna Branch,
Malaina Burch, Tray Cheesmon,
Joshua Corbin, Don Young Dowling,
Mitchel Fontenot, Bill Gentry, Alicia
Gibson, Shelby, Glawson, Uriah
Godfrey, Joseph Godwin, Bryan
Hamilton, Chloe'. Henry, Jacore
Irving, Shayla Johnston, Shane
Jones, Tanner Ldwis, Makayla Mayo,
Hailey McDaniel, Hunter Owens,
Thalia Pantoja, Gage Parker,
Samantha Rabon, Javier Rivera-
Brown, Dante Scott, Brandon
Sheffield, Eddie Sims, Sierra
Watkins, Austin Wright.

Black History Month

Program set for

Feb. 26 at Chipola
Chipola College will host a Black History Month
Program, Friday, Feb. 26, from 6 to 8 p.m., in the
Continuing Education building. Dinner will be
served. The theme for the program is "Accentuating
*the accomplishments, navigating the streams of
change and poised for the future."
The guest speaker is Rev. Bernard Hudson of
Havana. He is a 2003 graduate of Florida A&M
University with a B.Sc. in computer information sys-
tems. He is a health services and facilities consultant
supervisor with .the Agency for Health Care
Administration. Hudson was appointed pastor of St.
John African Methodist Episcopal Church in
December of 2007. He was ordained as an itinerant
deacon in 2005 in the 11th District of the African
Methodist Episcopal church. He is currently pursu-
ing a Master's of Divinity from Payne Theological
Seminary. For information about the event, contact
Dr. Willie Spires at 718-2232.


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the use of a traffic signal.
FDOT officials stated in a news
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Home school group enjoys Valentine's Day party


The Chipola Home
Educators home school
group enjoyed its
Valentine's Day party on
Feb. 11, in the Caverns
Road Church of Christ
Fellowship Building in
Under the guidance of
parent Dofi Hayes, each
child designed and created
a beautiful fruit arrange-
Fresh strawberries,
grapes, cantaloupe slices.
and pieces .of bananas,
apples and oranges were
placed on wooden skewers,
which were held in decora-
tive cups.
Cookies, brownies, cup-
cakes, and a variety of
chocolates were erijoyed
before the' children
exchanged Valentine's Day
cards with each another.
To learn more about
about Chipola Home
Educators, visit them,
online at


Chipola Home Educators students with their fruit creations. Front row, from left, Jackson Middlebrooks, Jared
Robinson, Flanna Middlebrooks, Zarren Bagy, Quinn Bagy, Noah McArthur, Ceridwen Bagy, and Bailey
Middlebrooks; and back row, Morgan Brien, Alexis Bagy, Jacob Hayes, Raven Bagy, Kendall Brien and Wade
Robinson. Contributed photo


divorces for

Feb. 8-12


None reported.


,* Dawna McAlpin vs.
David Livingston.

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wants to pave, but is
mulling its options.
In addition to serving as
consultant on debt financ-
ing projects, the advisor
would provide other finan-
cial advice on the project,
manage the financing
process, and negotiate key
business points in the
Sealed proposals from
potential advisors are due
into county offices by 2
p.m. on Friday, Feb. 26.

Expand your plant palette with help from UF Defrauding

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Some of the best plants people in
Florida will reveal their top performing
plants via videoconference at a
University of Florida Extension Program
on March 16, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
EDT. The videoconference, sponsored by
Gardening Friends of the Big Bend Inc.,
can be viewed at UF/IFAS North Florida
REC-Quincy. Featured. speakers include
David Price, president, Bok Tower
Sanctuary, Lakeland; Robert Bowden,
director, Harry P. Leu Gardens, Orlando;

Stephen Pategas, Hortus Oasis, Winter
Park; Alan Shapiro, owner, Grandiflora,
Gainesville; and Larry Schokman, retired
director, The Kampong, Miami-Dade
County. Each speaker will share his
favorite 15 plants and bring his own talent
and perspective to the event.
For the Quincy audience, Dr. Gary
Knox will discuss and review plants the
experts suggest favorable to this part of
the state. Additionally, he will suggest a
few favorites of his own, specifically for
this region. Morning refreshments and
harid-outs will be furnished. Three

FNGLA CEUs will be offered. Area
Master Gardeners .may also earn educa-
tional hours from the event.
Registration deadline is Friday, March
12. Early registration is $5. Registration
after March 12 will be $10. Make checks
payable to GFBB, and mail to NFREC,
155 Research Road, Quincy, FL 32351.,
To register online, visit www.thegf- and click on "Event
Reservations" on the left menu. Or call
the North Florida Research and
Education Center at 850-875-7100 for
further information.

According to Branch,'
Booth then allegedly wrote
three $500 checks ,and
deposited them into the vic-,
tim's account, but the
account he wrote them on
was closed.
Branch said the victim's
son discovered the discrep-*
ancy in her account and
reported the matter to law
Booth allegedly admitted

the illegal use .of victim's
ATM card and depositing
the bogus checks into her
account, according to the
The victim's account
"was overdrafted to the
point that her entire Social
Security check was applied,
leaving her $543 over-
drawn. The victim is left
with no food or money," the
complaint stated.

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As a special treat exclusively for
the participating Cub Club mem-
bers, light meals will be served to
them as they show off their trac-
tors. They'll also have a cornbread
cook-off and peanut boil.
Edenfield said the two-day inau-
gural festival is mostly for fun. But
teams of Farmall Cub mechanical
experts will be on hand to help
other Cub owners with repairs.
The work is done for free, in the
spirit of fellowship as fans of the
T unique tractors.
Farmall Cubs were made from

1947 through the mid-1960s.
Besides their compact size, the
tractors are unique in that the seat
for the driver is slightly off-center
so that farmers and gardeners can
more'easily see the rows they're
plowing as they go.
Edenfield has four Farmall Cub
models from 1953, 1954, 1961 and
"Cubs were pretty much built
for gardeners or truck farmers, and
before the earliest models came
out, most people were plowing
with mules," he said. "The off-set

design, which is called
'Cultavision,' gave the owners the
ability to see what they were doing
like they'd been able to when they
were plowing with mules. It was
one of the first to replace the mule
for one-row operations."
Edenfield said many Farmall
collectors have warm memories of
the tractors being used by their
families. He expects those stories,
and some tall tales, to make the
rounds as they gather Friday and
"We're just getting together to

eat, tell lies and have a big old
time," Edenfield said with a chuck-
le. "This isn't a money-making
thing, it's just about fellowship."
My family never did have a
Farmall, but a lot of these fellows
do have great memories of them.
A lot of them who loved them but
lost track of the ones their families
had have been able to track them
down and buy them back. I know
that must be a good feeling for
Edenfield expects a good-sized
crowd for the event.

"People are coming from all
over," he said.
"I've got commitments from
people in Colorado, Indiana,
Illinois, Ohio, both the Carolinas,
Virginia, Louisiana and Texas.
We're going to have some master
restoration mechanics out here
working for the love of it. I'm hop-
ing this will be the first of many to

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8A Wednesday, February 17, 2010 Jackson County Floridan

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Hundreds Flock to Traveling Buy Show to Cash In

Many Surprised How Much Their Antiques, Gold, Silver, Collectibles, are Really Worth

By Anne-Marie Thompson

By Anne-Marie Thompson
The Great Treasure Hunt STAFF WRITER
With the economy in a
tailspin, what are your items
worth? People have, been
stopping by the Fairfield
Inn and Suites located in
Marianna since Monday to
find out. The Great Treasure
Hunt Antique and Collectible
Buy Show experts will be
there until Friday giving
appraisals, making offers,
and paying in cash. The
event is free to the public.
': The great Treasure Hunt
Antique -and: Collectible-
Buy Show has traveled the
S countryside for over 20 years
-in search of collectibles.,.
Owners Rick.Kohl Sr., Nick*'
S Gervaisi, and Rick Kohl Jr.
moved the business two
years ago froin Florida to
; Kernersville, NC due to
the great local market for
precious metals and sports
memorabilia. 'Just last week
they purchased a baseball
jersey belonging to St. Louis
Cardinals first baseman Stan
Musial, the estate of late
baseball Hall of Famer Ty
Cobb, and a certified 3-carat
diamond engagement ring.
Sharon Egan of Canton,
OH brought in her father's
old baseball -cards, hoping
to make some fast cash..
"My daughter is turning 5,"
she said, smiling. "I want
to throw her- a 'big birthday

party." The cards had been quick and happy. She made
sitting in her attic since $1310. She exclaimed, "I can
her father passed away, throw my daughter's sweet
and she said she had never sixteen off what the Treasure
considered that they mightbe Hunters gave me!"
worth money. The sale was The Treasure Hunters'

The Treasure Hunters will be set up at the Fairfield Inn and Suites
Monday Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

buy more than just
precious metals and sports
memorabilia, however. They
have branched out into the
comic book and tin toy arena,
as well as antiques and
musical instruments. They
are looking for toy. robots,
mechanical banks, wind ups,
early super hero comics,
guitars, amps, cornets, and
anything else worth money.
Just recently, 82-year-
old Ben Williams' of Green
Bay, WI. came to visit the
Treasure Hunters. He
had antiques passed down
from, his ,mother; including
a 150-year-old oak coffee
table with painted detail and
a lamp dating back to the
ii9os.' When asked about the
condition the coffee table was
kept, Ben replied, "I've never
let a sole on it." All humor
aside, the Treasure Hunters
met his asking price, paying
higher than any other buyer.
"The Treasure Hunters were
veryfair, and II:now thetable
is going in the right hands,"
Ben said.
"We will buy anything
of value," Treasuie Hunter*
Kevin Batchelor says. "Times
are tough." The Treasure
Hunters have paid thousands'
in cash for scrap gold and
silver coins. .
"The unemployment rate
has hit 11.2% in Florida, the

$100,oooo000 Mandolin found in Pennsylvania
On the Treasure Hunters' last trip
to Pottsville, PA, they discovered an
unexpected gem. Treasure Hunter Will
Whitaker reports; "I couldn't believe we
had come across a Gibson F-5 because
they are so rare!" With a speedy call
to Kenny Davis, the Treasure Hunters
quickly learned of the mandolin's
authenticity. It was genuine.
The Treasure Hunters met the
seller's asking price enthusiastically,
and the Gibson F-5 became a found
treasure. Finished with an ultra-thin, hand-brushed
He made a very large profit on the varnish and hand-applied French polish, the
mandQlin and left the Buy Show with a Gibson F-5 Master Model is the ultimate in
great deal of cash in hand. ,sound and beauty.

We represent some of the world's top
memorabilia antique: collectors

B, Ann t-M._rii T c',,mpi:.n "
The Graji Trj.aii- Humi SrAFF WkRIIKR
The Great Treasure Hunt Antique
and Collectible Buy Show represents

top buyers of antiques and collectibles.
These resources allow the Treasure
Hunters to pay the highest amount
possible to their sellers. The company
ba ses their offers on today's going rates,
so you can be sure you are getting the
most for your valuables.
Given the circumstances in today's
economy, the Treasure Hunters are
willing to meet sellers privately to
ensure the safety of their goods. Their
purchases are always professional, fair,
and discreet.

Single Mom Sells Her Old Gold and
Starts Business new catering business.

Jane. Mitchell from Northampton,
Massachusetts came in to the Great.
Treasure Hunt Antique and Collectible
Buy Sho in need of extra cash. She
brought her out-of-style gold jewelry
and some broken chains. "I didn't
think they would be worth much, but
I'm starting my own business from home,

"It only took a few minutes
& I left CASH In Hand!"

so every little bit counts."
The little bit she hoped for
ballooned to' an even $2000, which
was more than enough cushion for her

With gold at an all-time high, it is no
wonder she received such a large sum.

"What's great," Jane exclaimed, "is that
this was all just sitting in an old jewelry
box in the back of my closet!" The
Treasure Hunters turned her unwanted
jewelry into much needed cash in less
than 15 minutes.,

The Treasure Hunters will be set up at the Fairfield Inn and Suites Monday
- Friday from 9 a.m. to 6p.m.

February 15, i6,17, 8 & 19
Show Times: Monday Friday ] Mon-Fri 9a-6p
Fairfield Inn and Suites

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Friends Carpool To
The Buy Show
By Anne-Marie Thompson
The Great Treasure Hunt STAFF WRITER
Friends and families often travel
together to make the Great Treasure
Hunt 'Antique and Collectible Buy
Show a fun event. Treasure Hunter
Matt Block recalls, "Two women came
.in with their old gold jewelry. They had
made it a contest to see which one had

brought the most stuff to cash in."
The Buy Show is busiest around
noon, when coworkers hop in their cars
and come in groups to make extra cash
on their lunch hour. The appraisals do
not take long, so make a trip to the Buy
Show today!

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How It Works
After just a few'moments you will
be asked to come and have a 'seat
at a table, with one of our Treasure
Hunters. In order to expedite the
process. we ask that you place all your
items on the table in' front of you so
that we may easily see them. If you
have coins, please separate them into
denominations. By doing this, you will ,
assist in making the process smoother.
Our Treasure Hunters will divide your
items into two categories:
1. Items we would like to
2. Items we are not interested in
This does not mean that these items
do not have value, but they'simply
are not in demand in our network
of collectors. Once the items are'
separated, we will make an offer on the
items we are interested in purchasing.
This offer is' based on the current
market value. We use a number of
resources to obtain this price, including
results of recently completed auctions.
If you have a certain price in mind for
your items, please do not hesitate to
tell our associates. This information
could -help to make a deal rather than
lose one. Should you choose to accept
our offer, we will give you a prompt
cash payment.

Paying Top $$$ For..Over
$3 million Paid Out Last Year
Gold, Sterling & Silver
Vintage Sports
Memoribilia (pre -1970)
Vintage Toys (pre-1965)
Watches & Coins
Comic Books (pre -1970)
Vintage Baseball
Cards (pre -1970)
Complete Coin Sets-
Autographs (pre -1970)
Mechanical Banks t-
Tobacco Cards
Movie Posters

highest it has been since the
1980s. With gold valued
at an all-time high, locals
can't afford not to stop by
the Great Treasure Hunt
Antique and Collectible Buy

"We believe our
collectors pay the top
prices and we invite
the people of Marianna
to come and find out
for themselves"
Team member Chris Wagner

Show. Appraisals are free
of charge, and the Treasure
Hunters pay in cash.
"I lost- my job back in
January," Rebecca Miller
claimed as she watched
Batchelor weigh her gold
jewelry. "I'm running out of
savings." Rebecca left with
$300 cash in hand.
The Treasure Hunters will
be set up at the Fairfield Inn
and Suites Monday Friday
from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. They
are looking to pump money
into the declining economy in
exchange for your valuables.
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'Dawgs take district title

They didn't dominate the same way
they did during the regular season, but the
result for the Marianna Bulldogs .was the
After going through the District 1-3A
regular season undefeated, Marianna com-
pleted its perfect trek through league play
Monday night with a 55-42 win over the
Bay High Tornadoes, in the district title
game in Marianna.
Kruize Pinkins led the way with 16
points and 14 rebounds. RJ Bowers and
Tre Jackson added 11 each.
The Bulldogs led by just three going
into the fourth period, but a strong finish
secured Marianna its fourth consecutive
district championship.
Marianna advanced to the title game
with a 50-42 win over Arnold on Saturday-
night. The games were sluggish affairs,
perhaps the result of familiarity between
the teams.
"When you play somebody four times, it
just gets old," Marianna coach Travis
Blanton said after the game. "It gets repet-
itive. It's hard to get them up for that kind
of stuff when you know them so well, and
you've beaten them before."
Nothing came easy for the.Bulldogs in
the district tourney, but Blanton said the
only thing that mattered was the final out-
"We just kind of took care of business,"
he said. "The guys have been resilient all
season long. Hopefully, they can 'dig, in
and do what we did last year.
"I know it's a good group of kids as far
as them playing together, and we'll find
out on Thursday if we've got what it takes
to make a run at it."
MHS plays host to 'a talented East
Gadsden Jaguars team Thursday at 7,
in the opening round of the 3A playoffs.
The Bulldogs will be in for a stiffer

Marianna Bulldogs players hold up the District 1-3A fournament.championship trophy after defeating the Bay High Tornadoes
55-42 on Monday night in Marianna. The Bulldogs play host to East Gadsden on Thursday at 7 p.m. in the first round of the
3A state playoffs. -Mark Skinner/Floridai '

challenge than they faced in district play
against the big and talented Jaguars.
Blanton said his team will need to raise its
"Hopefully, we realize that we have to
play playoff-caliber basketball to win,"

the coach said. "I think we got complacent
(in the districttourney). I hope that com-
placencyJis gone because if it's not,
Thursday could be a very long night for
East Gadsden comes into the game with

a record of 19-7, after losing in the district
championship game 66-50 to undefeated
Rickards, the second-ranked 3A team in
the state.
See TITLE, Page 2B >'

Sneads volleyball player Bridgett Dawson signs a volleyball
scholarship to play for Pensacola Junior College on Tuesday
at Sneads High School, while her mother, Belinda Johnson,
left, and SHS coach Sheild Roberts look on. -Mark

Lady Pirates edge past

Chipley in season-opener


The Sneads Lady Pirates soft-
ball team edged by Chipley 5-4
on Monday night in Sneads to
win their season opener.
Chipley tied the game at 4-4
in the top of the sixth inning.
Sneads ended it in the bottom of
the seventh when a Kayla Kelly
grounder was mis-played by the
Chipley defense, allowing
DeAnne Beiry to score the win-
ning run.
The Lady Tigers had walked
the bases loaded with free pass-
es to Berry, Ashlen Wilson and
Jonie Bonine to set up the final
Aleisha Edenfield was the
star of the night for Sneads,
picking up four of the Lady
Pirates' eight hits and driving in
three of their five runs.
Edenfield hit a two-run homer
to score Karissa Childs in the
third inning, then knocked in
Bonine with a double in the
fourth to put Sneads up 3-1.
Edenfield also pitched a com-
plete game in the circle, striking
out seven Chipley batters and

allowing one walk and 10 hits.
"Aleisha pitched OK, but that
wasn't the best Aleisha
Edenfield can pitch," Sneads
coach Kelvin Johnson said after
the game. "But if not for her
offense, we'd have been in trou-
ble. She's getting comfortable at
the plate, and she had some nice
whacks at the ball."
Edenfield's homer put Sneads
up 2-0, and Chipley cut the
deficit in half with a run in the
top of the fourth.
After Edenfield's RBI hit in
the bottom of the frame, Childs
walked and scored on a sacrifice
fly by Kayla Rabon to make it
4-1. The Lady Tigers responded
with two runs in the fifth, then
another in the sixth to tie it up.
"Chipley is pretty good.
They're one of the stronger
teams on our schedule,"
Johnson said. "Meagan Sanders
pitched real well for them. We
just didn't hit the ball very well.
We could get them on, but we
couldn't get them in.
"But being the first game of
the season, I think we played
OK. We've definitely got more
room for improvement hitting."

Chipola men win, women fall

The. Chipola Indians defeated Pensacola 77-73
on Monday night in Pensacola.
With the win, the Indians improved to 4-6 in
Panhandle Conference play and 19-7 overall.
' John Taylor scored 20 points on 8-of-9 field
goals to lead Chipola, with Keith DeWitt adding
15, Delwan Graham 11 points and 10 rebounds,
and Sam Grooms 10 points.
-Aaron Davis led the Indians with 12 rebounds.
Justin Wright led PJC with 25 points.
Chipola trailed 40-33 at halftime, but the
Indians rallied to take the lead with a jumper by
Lashay Page and two free throws from DeWitt
with two minutes to play.
"In the second half, our intensity picked up,"
Indians coach Jake Headrick said after the game.
"(PJC) made shots, but we kept the game close,
and our guys ultimately found a way to win."
The Lady Indians weren't as lucky Monday
night, falling to Pensacola 75-65 to drop to 1-9 in
league play.
PJC overcame a 39-point performance from
Chipola's Bianca Jarrett, who scored 35 points in
Saturday night's loss to Gulf Coast.
Izzy Chilcott led the Lady Pirates with 19
points, while Meghan Perkins added 17.
Pensacola dominated on the boards as has
been the case for most Chipola .opponents this
season out-rebounding, the Lady Indians 43-24.
The rebounding differential helped to negate a
good shooting performance by the Lady Indians,
who made 48 percent of their shots on the night.
Chipola next plays host to Northwest Florida
State today at 5:30 p.m., and 7:30 p.m., in the final
home game for the Chipola sophomores.

Chipola's Steadman Short goes up for a shot in a
game against Pensacola earlier this season. The
Indians defeated PJC 77-73 on Monday night in
Pensacola. Floridan File Photo

Wilson's slam propels CC past Shelton State

Chipola's Cody Martin (13) slides into home plate safely during a
game against Shelton State on Tuesday at Chipola Field. Mark.

Tyler Wilson hit his second
grand slam of the year to help
propel the Chipola Indians to a
12-11 victory over Shelton State
on Tuesday afternoon at Chipola
Wilson's slam came in the sec-
ond inning off of Shelton State

starter Justin Anglin, to. give
Chipola a 5-1 lead.
The Indians got two more runs
in the bottom of the fourth
inning on a pair of RBI singles
by Josh Allen and Andy Fermin.
Shelton State answered back
with five runs in the fifth, and
three more in the sixth, to briefly
take a 9-8 lead.
Matt Kirkwood hit a two-run

home run in the fifth for Shelton
State. Cayleb Coker added a
three-run shot later in the inning.
Shelton State scored all three
runs in the sixth inning off of
Chipola errors, of which the
Indians had five on the day.
'But Chipola responded with
four runs in the bottom of the
sixth to take the lead for good.
A single by Allen and a dou-
ble by Fermin set the stage for a
three-run homer by Eric Sauls,
to put the Indians up 11-9.
'An RBI single by Jonathan
Gilbert scored Aaron Etchison to
complete the rally.
Shelton State took advantage
of two more Chipola errors to
plate a run in the seventh, and
another in the eighth, to,get to
within a run.
Duncan Midkiff, who came on
in relief for the Indians in the
eighth and struck out Johnny
Shuttlesworth with' a .man on
third to end the inning, came
back to close it out in the ninth.
After giving up a two-out dou-
ble to Dustin Dunn, Midkiff got
Kirkwood to ground out to third
base to end the game.
Chipola will next hit the road
Thursday and Friday for a pair
of games against College of
Southern Nevada.

Dawson to PJC

2B Wednesday, February 17, 2010 Jackson County Floridan


High School Boys
The Graceville Tigers
and Malone Tigers will
both begin playoff action
on Thursday at 7 p.m.
Graceville will take on
Pensacola Christian at
home, while Malone will
travel to Paxton.
Marianna will also
begin playoff action on
Thursday, playing host to
East Gadsden at 7 p.m.

High School Baseball
Thursday- Graceyille
at Marianna, 6 p.m.
Friday- Walton at
Marianna, 4 p.m., and 6
p.m.; Malone at Ponce de.
Leon, 4 p.m., arid 6 p.m..

High School Softball
Thursday- Cottondale
at Holmes County, 4
p.m., and 6 p.m.
Friday- Cottondale at
Sneads, 4 p.m., and' 6
p.m.; Vernon at
Graceville, 4 p.m., and 6
p.m.; Blountstown at
Malone, 4 p.m., and 5:30
p.m.; Marianna at
Holmes County, 4:30
p.m., and 6:30 p.m.
Saturday- Vernon at
Cottondale, 12 p.m., and
2 p.m.

Chipola Basketball
The Chipola men's and
women's basketball
teams return home
tonight to take on
Northwest Florida State,
with the women's game
tipping off at 5:30 p.m.,
followed by the men at
7:30 p.m.
The week concludes
on Saturday night with a
road trip to Tallahassee..

Youth Wrestling
Team Dynamic Youth
Wrestling Club will be
starting practice on Feb.
23, at 6 p.m. at the old
Marianna High School
Wrestling room on
Tuesday and Thursdays.
Wrestlers can sign up
for the club at the first
practice. All kids ages 5-
:18 are welcome to join.
For' more informatioQ,
please call coach Ron
Thoreson at 272-0280.

5K Fun Run
On Feb. 27, the Sneads
.Relay for Life Team and
Marianna Area Runners
Club will' host a 5K
race/walk and' 1-mile fun'
run in Sneads Park to
raise money and aware-
ness. for the American
Cancer Society.
Registration' is from 7
a.m. to 7:45 a.m., with
the race beginning at 8
a.m. The Fun Run will be
after the 5K. Entry fee
for the 5K is-$15 per per-
son, and $10 for the Fun
Run. All ages may partic-,
ipate. For a $50 dona-
tion sponsor's name can
appear on back of 5K t-
shirt. E-mail starry-.

5K Fun Run
Marianna Probation
and Parole, and the
Chipola chapter of' Phi
Theata Kappa will spon-
sor a 5K Fun Run bene-
fitting the Special
Olympics on March 6 at
Citizen's Lodge.
Registration begins at
7 a.m., and the 1-mile
walk/run starts at 8 a.m.
The 5K race starts at
8:45 a.m, Cost for the 5K
race is $20 prior to
March 3, and $25 the day
of the race, while it is
$10 for the 1-mile
All net proceeds bene-
fit the Special Olympics.

Benefit Bog-In
The Altha Dixie Youth
Baseball Program is hav-
ing a benefit bog-in at 2
p.m. on Feb. 27 at the
Altha Area Recreational
Complex to support
Dixie Youth Baseball.

Gates open at 10 a.m.,
with food and drinks
available for all. There's
a $10 entry fee. Children
12 and under get in free.
For more info, call
Richard Hall at 850-272-

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Bulldogs beat Tigers in Classic

MHS rolls

Continued From Page 1B

Blanton said he has seen
East Gadsden twice this
season, and knows his team
will have its hands full.
"They're big, long,
strong, and athletic," the
coach said. "They attack
the glass, they press you.
and trap you, and they try
to keep you off balance
every possession.
. "(East Gadsden) coach
(Dimitric) Salters does a
great job over there. They

pride themselves in keep-
ing you on edge the whole
The Jaguars' size and
defensive pressure are the
biggest concerns for
Blanton, the coach said.
"They look like there's
about seven or eight of
them out there at the same
time they're so big," he
said. "We've got to find a
way to get around all those
traps and get the ball out

before they get to us. We
have to rebound the ball on
defense. They're at their
best when they shoot it and
go get it.
"We need Kruize, Fidel
(Montgomery), and
Kendall (Leeks) to have big
games for us on the interi-
r, and we need Nene
,Gilbert to have a big game
handling the ball and mak-
ing good decisions if we
have a chance to win."


The Marianna High
School Bulldogs ended
their preseason classic with
a win over the Graceville
Tigers on Saturday at
Chipola College Field.
The Bulldogs defeated
the Tigers 10-3 in the
seven-inning game.
Jaren Bannerman got the
nod on the 'mound for the
Bulldogs, going two
innings, giving up one run
on one hit, two walks, and
'striking out three.
Michael Macer, came on
for the third and fourth
innings, giving up "two
unearned runs on 'no hits
and 'no walks..
Alex Bigale went the
fifth and sixth innings, giv-,
ing up no runs on.two hits,
one error and a walk, while
striking out four batters.
Zack Smith closed, out
the final inning, giving up
no runs and issued one
w walk. Graceville drew first
blood with a lead-off dou-
ble by Clay Jenkins, .who.
later scored on a dropped
third strike.
The. Bulldogs scored
three runs in the bottom of
the second ininning.
Bannerman. led off with a
hit, and moved to second
when Bigale took one for.
the team. Dustin O'Hearn
hit into a fielder's choice
but all runners were safe. A
bases-loaded sacrifice by
Jae Elliott plated the first
Bulldog run.

JT Meadows took advan-
tage of a dropped ball in
right field to plate two runs
before a strikeout and a fly
out ended the inning.
After retiring the side in
order in the top of the third
inning, Mader came to the
plate in the bottom of the
frame and beat a grounder
to third. After advanced, to
third on an errant throw and
a sacrifice by Rooks,
Mader scored on an RBI
single by Brandon Burch.
In the top of the fourth
innings Keon Ward reached
on ar error, followed by
Devin Cassidy taking
advantage of a bobbled ball
to reach'first. With one out,
a dropped ball at. first
allowed two runs to score.
In the top of the fifth
inning, Bigale took only 11
pitches to strike out the
side. In the sixth, an error
allowed Graceville's Chris'
Williams to reach .base, but
a major-league pick off
move by Bigale got the
.rufiier out at first. .
Bigale -worked out of a
jam, as singles by Tyler
Crutchfield and Cassidy,
and a -walk to Dylan
Watkins loaded the bases
when he fanned the next



Wednesday, Feb. 17
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two to escape with no runs
crossing the plate.
The Bulldogs scored six
runs in the bottom of the
sixth. Rooks got things
going when he took one for
the team, and moved to
second when Burch drew a
walk. With one out, a sin-
gle by Banterman scored
two. With two outs,
O'Heam reached on a
dropped ball in right field,
scoring Bannerman.
Elliott beat out a ball
down the third base line to
score O'Hearn before
Meadows hit a shot to right
field to score him.
Massengill took one for
the team, putting runners.
one first and third. A passed
ball allowed Meadows to
steal hotne.
Zack Smith issued a one-
out walk in the seventh
inning but a fly out to cen-
ter and a grounder back to
the mound ended the
inning and the game.
Marianna was scheduled
to open their regular season,
Tuesday night with double-
header action against
Liberty County.
Graceville was sched-
uled to host cross-county
rival Malone.

Marianna pitcher Hali Stout gets ready to deliver
a pitch during a game against Graceville on
Monday night in Marianna. Stout pitched a com-
plete game and struck out eight batters to lead
MHS to the 15-2 win. Mallory Dean added a
three-run homerun for MHS, which moved to 2-0
with the win. Allison Hutton and Whitney Lipford
were 3-for-4, and Cayce Griffin and Maya
Boykin each drove in two runs. Mark
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2/2 SW $375, both in
Malone, CH/A, no
pets 850-569-2031
3/2 in C'dale, no pets,
CH/A $425 850-258-
1594 Iv message
3/2 MH on Sac off
Rocky Creek Rd. W/D
incl. $500/mo + dep.
Rent to Own: 2 & 3BR
MH's. Lot rent incl.
For details 850-557-

w/all accessories $20
with All Accesories
$40 (850)592-2507
1915 Ithaca dbl steel
barrel 12 gauge shot-
gun $485 850-263-
2 Antique Brass floor
lamps w/ivory
fringed shades
$30/ea 850-592-3261
2 Brown book-
shelves, 70" high
$20/ea 850-592-3261
4 outside plastic
playhouse, good
cond. $100/ea or
$300/all 850-415-1434
Air Hockey Table $30

residential for sale

UHomes with Acreage)
FSBO: 2560 sq ft. 3/2
w/barn on 2 acres
Possible owner fi-
nancing 850-209-8759


Doublewides 3/2
New Paint, Carpet
Appliances, FP. Sev-
eral as-is double-
wides. Come bid-on
3&4 Bdrms Call Brad

APPROX. 2210
SQ.FT. $139,000,

Singlewides As Low
as 6K you move up to
$19,900. 2&3 bed-
room w/New carpet
& paint. Call Brad


Amyrilla for sale:
$15/doz. Discount for
bulk sales. Call Paul
Audiovox Craise
Control- still in box.
fits most cars $75
Beautiful Sofa table
w/glass inserts,
greatcond. $50
Contemporary table
w/drawers $25 850-
Corner cabinet w/3
shelves, glass doors
$35 850-482-5215
joiner,46"cast iron
table, 3/4HP $175

4 Wheeler 06 Yamaha
Raptor 700- w/Xtras
Low hours. Very
good cond. (334) 791-
8191 4000 OBO
4x4 Polaris'Mossy
Oak camo edition.
Very powerful ATV.
Automatic. w thumb
select 2wd or 4wd.
Great cond. $2900.00
Dirt bike Kawasaki
KX80, tuned, really
fast $1300. 334-389-
Manufactured .
Homes for Sale

54,9 PMontgomery Hwy
Diithan, AT, L
(334) 983-7990
(877) 692-8812
5.Bedroom, t Bath
Only $66,900
3 Bedroom, 2 Bath,
Only,- $19,90)0
4 Bedrooni. 2 Bath
Dd., S t'p & AC -- $33,90)
3 Bedroom, 2 Bath
Dd.. s Up & .AC -$34,900
As is where is.
4 units to choose from

Dining Room Table
w/starburst pattern
& 4 chairs $100 850-
Duncan Phyfe tapes-
try sofa w/mahogany
trim $375 850-592-
Center- -Bookcase
6'x6'x16" LT. Oak Fin-
ish $50 (850)592-2507
Exide premium car
battery (top post),
like new $40 850-569-
2194 .
Rusty color, NEW
Womens 8. $50
Ginny Lind Crib
w/mattress $45 850-

- .

Honda '07 CRF80)
Dirtbite. 100 hr,.
1[00'. 6\12 encIlosed
trail-er $15u0 ew'
condo. 650 447.2859
Honda TRX 300 EX
Bike is complete cus-
tom with tons of ac-
cessories incl. Red
L.E.D.'s $2000. O.B.O.
POLARIS Ranger '06
500, 4 x 4, w/glass
windshield, fiber-
glass roof, winch, a/t
589 mud & snow tires
250 hours, used on
farm only, runs per-
fect. $6,500., 334-775-

( Boats

1999 17 foot Alumi
craft, 50 HP Mercury,

2008 Fisher 1754,
40hp mercury, 4-
stroke, mtrhguide,'
trolling mtr, Hum- '
mingbird 565, TAC,
bilge pump, live well,
$300 OBO. No Motor!
BassTracker 01' Pro-
175 40 hp. mercury,
tilt & trim, trolling
motor, depth finder,
very clean, $5500.
OBO 229-758-3146
Caravelle '07 21'5"
Bowrider. 45 hours.
Mercruiser 350 MPI
@ 260 hp. Bimini top.
Snap in carpet and
covers. A ton of ac-
cessories included.
Call for all of the ex-
tras. Excellent condi-
tion. $27,000.00 OBO.
COBRA 14' boat. 45
Mariner trolling mtr.
$3500., 334-726-1434

HP Photosmart 8200-
Printer Almost new
includes cartridges
$50 (850)592-2507
Ladies Golf Clubs
w/bag, cart, umbrel-
la, the works $95
Large Job Site Con-
tractor Tool Box $150
OBO 850-272-8967
Like new elect. hospi-
tal bed $250 850-272-
8967 1
Mahogany coffee ta-
ble & end tables
w/marble tops
$75/ea 850-592-3261
Mauve velour wing-
back chair, perfect
cond. $40 850-592-

Bowvrider vw vwale
board tower. 350mag
300hp. like new.
$28.000 334-4i0 8454
KEYWEST 17 6" like
new, suzuki mtr 115
hp 4 stroke, gps trol-
ling mtr, cd/fm/am.
or 334-449-0162

Sailboat '7b6Catalial
30', 2 cyl Yarmrar die-
sei erg.. Very low hrs
ess than 250. Roller
luring, bimin, head,
micro, fridge. Good
cond. Docked @ Snug
Harbor slin B-6. 334-

Seacraft, '89 20ft
Center Console, boat,
motor & trailer, 95
225HP Johnson Mtr,
Dual Axle Tr. w/
brakes,wh., runs
well, very clean,
Great cond. $6,850.

Sea Fox '04 21ft, 140
Suzuki O.I. Galv.
Tandem trailer, GPS,
radio, toilet, exc.
cond.,$8,500 726-4835
Stratos '99 273
Intimidator, 17ft bass
Johnson 150HP, need
a 3 1/4 ton truck or
$6500. 334-596-1694

New MH pre hung
door, 76" x 34" $50

Pocket 22 revolver
$140 850-569-2194

Quilting Fabric &
Knits $1 each 850-

Rattan Swivel Rocker
w/tan cushins $45

Tanning Bed Bulbs,
(over 800 hrs left)
$8/ea or $250 for all
34 850-209-5294

XBOX 360 w/3 games
& wireless remote
$150 850-209-6723

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Wellcraft 88' 23 ft. *
Center counsel, 225
Johnson outboard.
$4500. in electronics.
Sale $8,500. 334-235-

14' New Enclosed
Cargo Trailer will sell
for 12200 or trade
for an RV Travel
Trailer.' 5th vneel,'
'99-'04 with ;lide arnd
pay difference. 650.
482-5631 55 7.33?
2005 GulftIrearn 5 th
Wheel, 4 sl;,IecutL.
850-42 82%56
Cherokee Trailer '06
28' L, sleeps 8, Like
new. $16,000. 334-
347-1887 or 334-449-

29 ft. Fleetwood 1997,
fully self contained,
new bed, slide out &
canopy, great condi-
tion. $8,700. 334-797-
5th Wheel, '06 36ft.
Montego Bay, 4
slides & Dodge Ram
'07 3500 Diesel
dually. Tow package
& Reese Hitch
Asking $74.300.

Carriage Cameo '05
32ft 3-Alides, 2-A. C,
5.5 K Generator,
loaded, no smoke, no
pets, Exc. Cond.
$36,500 334-714-4001

Trailers I
COUGAR '05 Camper
Trailer w/1 slide,
loaded REDUCED!
$12,500 772- 631-5065
Dutchman 'O2Classic
35 foot fifth wheel,
extra clean, no pets.
or smoking, 2 slides,
sleeps 8, 1.5 bath.
334-796-8136 br 334-
899-2025 ,
DUTCHMAN '06,25'
Goo' .:r.ndition.
Sleep 6. Asking
Oav,,ut. 334-794-8897
.,r 334-790.7918
Jaco '08 Eaqle
291RLTS. 5th wheel
rear living, 'lual
recliner., free stand-
ing table wv, 4 chairs,
queen bed, 3slides,
no smoking or pets,
Like new! only $28K

.. ... Hospital


Jackson Hospital, a 100-bed acute care hospital
located in Marianna, Florida, has an immediate
need for the following positions:

Nurse Manager is responsible for directing and
mentoring staff. Unit has 20 beds that include
a variety of patients. Clinical Nurse Manager
is a mentor and has responsibility over staff,
work schedules, monitoring and evaluating work
performance. This role seeks a nurse with.a
passion for patient care in the critical care setting
and a desire to lead. Qualified candidates must
have.a current Florida RN license and previous
experience in the critical care setting. Previous
management/supervisory experience and a BSN are

Full-time 0.R. Scrub Tech/Nurse needed to work
day shift Monday Friday obligations.
Qualified candidates must live within 20 minutes of
the hospital. 0,OR. experience preferred.

Full-time 0.R. Circulator needed to work day shift
Monday Friday with call obligations. Qualified
candidates must live within 20 minutes of the
hospital and possess a current Florida RN license.
Previous O.R. experience preferred.

Full-time recovery .room nurse needed to work
day shift Monday Friday with call obligations.
Qualified candidates must live within 20 minutes
of the hospital and possess a current Florida RN
license. Previous O.R. experience is preferred.

Full-time RNs needed to work 12 hour shifts from
7A 7P and 7P 7A. Qualified candidates must
possess a current Florida R.N. license and BCLS,
card. Previous experience and ACLS are preferred.

Local medical practice is seeking an experienced
Medical Office Manager to supervise, manage, and
maintain the daily workings of our busy practice.
Qualified candidate must have previous experience
in a medical office setting with management/
supervisory duties.

Interested applicants should contact
or fax resume to:
Human Resources
Jackson Hospital
4250 Hospital Drive
Marianna, Florida 32446
(850) 718-2626 phone
(850) 718-2679 fax


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6 B Wednesday, February, 17, 2010 Jackson County Floridan C LASSIFIEDS
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Trailers forSale | forSale j
1946 Sport Pilot ---- TOYOTA 'OF, Four Chevrolet '06 1500 Mariana, Florida at
Ercoupe. Surf Honda '03 Accord EX. -- -- Punner SR5. 2,d. Silverado WT, ex- 1: time, on March 4a
http://www.dfn:cm black., leather, sun- -i- .,700 rnie,, wsr,,te, tended cab. Good ExceptionS. A right- time, on March 4,
/eaachapter1193/E41 roof. very nice. excellent condition cond., $9,500. OBO Navistar '98 Eagle, of-way deed lying 2010.
resq.htm or e-mail .00 334-726-1215 -- $19,500. 334-796-3130 334-798-3352 with 525E Cummings over and across the
pwood2128h@yahoo. engine, new tires, all West Half of North- Dale R. Guthrie
com for more Honda '06 Civic. Gray CHEVROLET -'08 equipment included, west Quarter, and Clerk of the Circuit
information. 4dr. &a6c.0 sp. powder. gtiWgonsC
Dutchmen 40 ft. 69.500 m... Good as Loaded Z71 36K condition. $10,500. ter of the Northwest
Travel Trailer '06 Flight Club Share '83 mileage condon. Toyota 07Cary miles. 4 d:or, 334-803-5072 or 334- Quarter more partic- By : / s / Be ver ly
Cessna 172 & 182 $11,500. 334-243-4166 CE 4cyl auto, pw, Honda 05 automTanual trans- 899-6594 ularly described in Hatcher
38B-DSL, Sleeps 8, hangard in Mar. exc. dl, tilt, cruise. exc. VTX1300R/S Beauti- mT l fission. L.i.e New Sonoma '03 GMC that right-of-way. Deputy Clerk
2 Slideouts, Loaded, cnd. $2000 850-569- cond. New tires & ful Candy Black Cher- condition, black exte- Extended Cab 4.3V6 deed given by
Like new. $20,500. 2969 just serviced, ry, over $2000 in ac- rior, black interior, Engine Automatic Margarette Willis to
334-406-4555 62,300 miles. Can cessories. 8k miles, 4WD, $37,000 Power brakes & The Board of County LF14840
-- Automobiles Msc. .J be seen at the Lem asking $5700 (334)726-1209 windows. Clean Commissioners of
Honda '09 Fit (sp on Lot in Dothan Olds '96 Ciera SL,
1995 Buck Lasabre loaded, low miles, $13,900.00 Honda '06 CTX 1300 wagon, V-6, loaded, id$7,800. Call 792-0603. J ackson County, COURT OF Flor- IN THE CIRCUTHE
Custom V6 low mile- silver w/gray & black 334-355-2400 Cruiser Like New 30,000 miles, like new TOYOTA '93 P/UP, 1988 and recorded FOURTEENTH
Vage, 23,560 miles, inter., runs ke new. 334-796-8216 4200 Mi. $6600 OBO $3225. 334-790-7959 Auto A/C AS IS" July 24, 1989 in Offi- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
age 23560 i ls $15900334-687-3171 796-82 334-806-1322 B $3,500 334-695-6567 cial Records Book OF THE STATE OF
3343470619 Hyunda '96 Elantra tie, auto, diese, 42K onda 06' ebelS I solid Traiers-Tractors Ads th s o NT
Fran n '05HeritageFair Cond. Needs miles. 40MPG. load wi s 2600 mi Chevy 4 Ads.lverado Jackson County, Flor- CIVIL DIVISION
40' w/2 slide-outs. Trans work wth ed. $16.000. 334 89;' -d g 42HP Case 2600 mi._Chey__04_Sieridad
awnings, 2BR, garden DVD Ster. yst.850 2497 or 334 62 1655 3 0 031411886 /International Trac- 3500, Ton, Sharpe Case No.:2009-CA-
tub with shower. OBO 334-475-6267 or 3326tor w/8 implements Duramax, 6.6L, Dually right of described 000521
W&D, CHA. Lots of 334-475-0084 VW '06 Passat. load- tor w/ 8 implements Duramaxn6.6LD log better described 000521
extra's. $20K. 334-475-334- e. blue. VW lac. PS. HONDA '06 Shadow, $8,500.850-263-7406 Tow Pkg/power trail- as follows:
extras. $20K.334- 0 0- radio. n- Ca.v Apple Red, 2.8 9, ing mirrors, crew That part of the fol- BRANCH BANKING
347626/333ires. i309 n inside. m1e;. LIKE NEW, e adshh l, field cab, ext. bed. Loaded LF14836 lowing described AND TRUST COMPA-
KEYSTONE '07 FORD '05 500 5LE. & out. 119K. moving 5. u 229-334-8520, ready, se lter kept. land: NY,
Copper Canyon 5th Red. great cond 47K oveseas. $12.000. 334.15-1202 $10,500 334- $200 IN THE CIRCUIT West ofNW and
wi12000.347-4283 or 334-447- 2007 Copper Cannon COURT OF THE the SE /4 of the NW 1A Plaintiff,
wheel, 2 slides, sur- miles. 6-CD sound 334-347 0414 HONDA '98 Valkyrie 2572 Keystone 5th wheel FOURTEENTH less 13.86 acres, less
ing area$27,500. 334-6953550 Infiniti '01 130 120K VW '07 Rabbit. Tourer all original, Gandy 4 row insect w/2 slides, sharp. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT acres in Section vs.
334-618-6572. Infinity '97 JMO Silver Loaded 15,395 manual, 34K.alloy liv miles, runs great 4 row insect W/ 2 slides, sharp. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 95 acres in Section vs.
334-618-6572. IrL manualK.ahloy l5 miles, runs gr cide applicator Call for details. IN AND FOR JACKSON 16, T5S, R9W
330Infinity097 J30 WesMamiCarSMaie wheelsIlike asking$6,500 OBO w/double boxes, for $30,000.ffers! COUNTY, FLORIDA Lying 30 feet either CHELSEA PERKINS ;
Sabre by Palamino 142,000 miles. LLC 1919 WeMain new,$11,800. 334-693-5454 two chemical s $340,C side of a centerline, UNKNOWN SPOUSE
'08, 28 ft 5thwheel $3,500. 334-687-7956 St.334 699-5880 334-983-8399 Kawasaki '97 Elimi- mounted on tool bar. 334 4906CASE NO: 2009-CA- which centerline is OF CHELSEA PER-
camper, 3 slides, KIA '03 RIO, Blue, 57K nator 60 34K Miles Good condition. $400. Chevy 04' Silverado 717 described as: KINS; WENDY PER-
sa iT new tes, LOADir ED t y $200 080 726-0963 229-758-3146 or 229- white 4-dr. loaded, PEARL LONG br Chioh Mt. Ta USE OUNKWENWN
593-5675 $4,800 OBO 229-334- Moo Motor Scooter BOSE radio system JAMES MATHEWS, Phase I PERKINS; IF LIVING,
8520, 3,34-355-1202 1 '05. 200m.Blue. $16,500. 334-618-0017 JOYCE MATHEWS, Commence at the INCLUDING ANY UN-
Motor Homes/RVs $1650 850- 258-1638 INCOME and RITA L LONG, Northwest Corner of KNOWN SPOUSE OF
MERCEDES '97 E320, N CHEVY '66, custom Section 17, Township SAID DEFENDANT(S),
117K actual miles, VW 65' Beetle 2nd Red Ka asaki 09' OPPORTUNITY V8, ps/pb, swb, auto, Plaintiffs 5 North, Range 9 IF REMARRIED, AND
Concord Coachman Silver/Beige excel- JAGUAR '95 XJS owner runs & drives Ninla Like New 250R STAINLESS. runs & looks good. West, Jackson Coun- IF DECEASED, THE
'05 Motor Home. 23' lent condition $7,000 110K $12.495 GREAT well for a 45 yr. old w,' acket 3.500. mi. STEAL, DINER Needs some work. vs ty, Florida; Thence RESPECTIVE UN-
long 2700mi, Take 334-687-3189 CLASSIS. WEST MAIN car. needs paint $3.995. 334 692 3211 STYLE $2,500. 334-735-5404 South 89 degrees 29 KNOWN HEIRS,
over payments.850- M- 593-5103 Duro M Ctrsubs Cradew 334-699-5880. 334-355 2400 TRAILER Chevy 71 El Camino, MENTS, LLC, and UN- West for a distance G R A N T E E S
Duroise Master LE,, Cross, e K JEEP06INCLUDES 35 Engine, $ 7500 KNOWN TENANTS, of 1273.80 feet to a ASSIGNEES, CRED-
Cruise MasterkLE,05, Cab, V8,3Loaded,32K JEEP4'06sWrangKler, 2 I GRIDDLE, HOT& 850-594-3282 pointonthe Easterly ITORS, LENORS, AND
36ft workhorsechas- 14,00.334-791-0646 softtop, 49K miles, 2 Clascs AntiCques E 81COLD TRAYS,
sis 8.1 gas engine, door, auto, 4 wheel BOILING6TRAYS, CHEVY '87 delux 10 Defendant(s). right-of-way of a TRUSTEES, AND ALL
22k mi., no smk 7kw Automobiles drive. $13,500. 334- 1974 CIhevrolet 'TRIPLE SINK Red w/blk stripes. State Road 71 thence OTHER PERSONSY
gen.3s, SAT, 2 TV, 2 forSale 685-0846 Camaro LT 3S 8 350 9,000. 080 $2000. 334-714-9558 South 5 degrees 35 CLAIMING U BY,
gnC, auto leveling, R 2 f 4sp. factor,' ac. re- .... 334-389-2816 'hevy919 NOTICE OF SALE minutes 25 seconds THROUGH, UNDER OR
cam. Roadmaster lg sloraton ac.proect. Triumph Davtona 334-389-281 hevy91Cherokee West along said AGAINST THE NAMED
t .w/brakesystem, 2003 Toyota Cam ry t n 809ocompl ct. NADA pe 55FSTSport ickup, lift gate NOTICE IS HEREBY right-of-way for a DEFENDANT(S);
05 Jeep Wrangler XLE V-6, miles. All$12,000, needs home Bike. carbon exh.. nw Lilliston 6000, field $1500 850-352-4724 GIVEN pursuant to a distance of 39.11 feet COMPASS LAKE IN
Unlimited,41k ml, power, sunroof,75Kmiles. Asking $12,00 .334- needs res brake. 334 ready. shelter kept Final Judgment of to the POINT OF BE- THE HILLS PROPERTY
Auto air6tcyl,$7k AM/FM cass.6 CD 693-5454 693 9330 or 701-5588 $1000. 334-347-4263 | Foreclosure entered GINNING of a 60 foot OWNERS ASSOCIA-
'tou, t Disc Chan$ger, Red. A M eD693ot454Sc oteror 334.447 2572 | l in the above-styled road right-of-way ly- TION, INC; WHETHER
w/eep,$60kwithout DiscChanger, Red. 69 Chevelle Malibu United Motor Scooter- a cause, in the Circuit ing 30.00 feet each DISSOLVED OR PRES-
jeep, both in great Asking $10,000. Call K'04 Optima LX, Convertible SBC au- '0. 0rrpg. 1000 mi.'s __ Court of Jaackson side of the following ENTLY EXISTING, TO-
cond. selling dueto 334-796-1513 or334 door, 4 cylinder to PB, PS, Red/Black 13000. m f 445.6302 Counry, Florida, I will described centerline: GETHER WITH ANY
health. 850-352-2810 693-2099 ask for 44,000miles, Runs & Drives Great Rsell the property sit- Thence North 88 de- G R A N T E E S
Fleetwd. Bdr 07'3- ase excellent, $5995. $14,900 obo. Yamaha-01 RoadSt0ar uate in Jackson grees 14 minutes 50 ASSIGNEES, CRED-
sid, loaded CH/A -- 334-790-7959 (334)618.0585 ovrin mgit Ed 160. Coun-y. Florida. de- seconds East for A ITORS, LIENORS, OR
fbp, wk. horse, 8.1 Black 5900.00, OBO "-'I scribed as: distance of 1089.27 TRUSTEES OF SAID
gas. 45,900mi.a$10k Bl590e 0 feet to the P.C. of a DEFENDANT(S) AND
gas, 5,900 m80 $l k (334)655-91I 1 New 0 16h Trailer. 7000 Northwest Quarter of curve; thence North- ALL OTHER PERSONS
B f.g uGsRed once, 7000 , Section 16, Township easterly along said CLAIMING BY,
SGVWR. 2 a ls. pd hood,22"hood 5 North, Range 9 curve being concave THROUGH, UNDER,
sta$1935 asking 1600 West, Jackson Coun- towards the left hav- OR AGAINST
Acura '05 TSX 96K ,B850.569-2262 gty, Florida, less and Ing a delta angle of DEFENDANT(S);
0i11 Black 5 SPD Loaded Beautiful project or Tractor 1940 FORD 9 Saote except the following 00 degrees 36 mi-
$11,200 West Main Lexus '00 ES300 parts car 1958 Me -. ;: runs. needs over haul .t lb. tracts: nutes 27 seconds, a Defendant (s).
Car Sales LLC Platium Model 98K cury Turnpike Cruis- $800 OBO. 726 1434 radius, of 22919 feet;
1919 West Main St. Loaded $7,200 West er 4 door, black, Yamaha '05 Vmax Exception 1. Begin- an arc distance of AMENDED NOTICE
Four Winds '99 334-699-5880 Man Car Sales LLC Power back annv. editionin ning at the North- 243.01 feet to the P.T. OF SALE
Motor-home.34ft 1919 West Main St. windshield.Gigantic flame red. excel. I Vans J west corner of North- of said curve; thence
Excellent condition ,' 334-699-5880 430cid engine. Push comd.. 6K ml'.. 1198 ccs omw or n 6 T p west Quarter of Sec- North 87 degrees 38 Notice is hereby giv-
buttorn trans. Will & incl siss bar 1978 Chevy Step Var. Cn 55 t0 ion 16, Township 5 minutes 23 seconds en that, pursuant to
20K, New tires, DVD need a few parts. guard. cover E0trickle does not run, $500 REDUCED $5500.b North, Range 9 West, East for a distance of a Final summary
Player-Ref- /Frez $2000 cash or need a chger, $6,200. 334- NEG. 334-347-0619 thence run East 117.09 feet to the P.C. Judgment of Foreclo-
w/Ice maker, Water pckup so will trade 333-5854 or e-mail - along the North of a curve; thence sure entered in the
heater, hydraulic f or a good work Chevy 03' Astro van DODGE RAM '04, 1500 boundary of said Easterly along said above-styled cause,
jacks, convection- BMW '01 330ci 89k truck.Call'tevt 796- Lt pack. 61K actual 5.7 Hemi, silver,2wd, Northwest Quarter curve being concave in the Circuit Court of
/microwave oven Blue Extra Nice I 0755 Nights and BUY, MIE! mi. rear air, very nice 76K mi., many xtras 568 feet for Point of towards the right Jackson County, Flor-
/microwave oven 11,00 West Main LEXUS'02 RX 300 92K weekends only pis. cond. $7,800. OBO 20" chr. wh., $13K Beginning; thence having a delta angle ida, I will sell the
slide out. $25,500 $Car1Sales LLC $12,900 LIKE NEW. eekensn p. 347-5560 after 6pm obo., 334-435-6320' run South 1040 feet; of 02 degrees 11 mi- property situate in
334-718-0460,718- 1919 West Main St. WEST MAIN CAR Motorcycles YAMAHA '06 ,h thence East 180 feet; nutes 32 seconds, a Jackson County, Flor-
0793 334-699-5880 SALES LLC Roadstar 1700cc, Chrysler '95 Voyager, ,. thence North 480 radius of 11459 feet, ida, described as:
- 334-69-5880 1919 WEST MAIN ST Black 6 auto seats 8, feet; thence East 587 an arc distance of
Monoco Knight '06, BMW'04 3301, black 334-699-5880 5000 miles. Vance sse thenceNorth 438.44 feet to the P.T. LOT 82, BLOCK 135,
Save $25K or more. w/tan leather, auto- 5000 miles. Vance new tires, NOW 118.5 feet; thence of said curve; thence COMPASS LAKE
Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 matic, sunroof, good Lexus '08 RX-350 Hines Exhaust Sys- $1975 OBO 850-592- East 1320 feet to the North 89 degrees 49 HILLS UNIT FIVE, AC-
mi, many upgrades gas mileage. 80k mi. white w/tan leather, tem. 4 helmets andl 2832 East boundary of minutes 55 seconds CORDING TO THE
$159,700.850-866- $13,900 334-685-6233 sunroof, dual power gel cushion. One Dodge '97 Grand Car- Ford 01 Rangsaer E dge t Northwest Quar- East for a distance of PLAT THEREOF, AS
2774 BMW '95 5301, fully seats 45,600 mi, owner, garage kept. avan 6 cylinder, A/C, 76000 miles, 4 ter; thence run North 1217.44 feet; thence RECORDED IN PAT
2774 BMW" 9 501,fuly $26,900 334-685-6233 70mlcyl along the East boun- North 89 degrees 28 BOOKA PAGES 130
Phaeton, 07' 40ft. 4 loaded, 96K miles, $06 HD Dyna Wide Like new. $8000. cruise, pwr windows 5 speed, new tires dary of said North- minutes 27 seconds THROUGH 140, OF
slide-outs, 15K mi. white, excellent con- Lincoln 01' Excutive Glide-FXDWG. Black. 334- 618-5833.- clean. $2,000 334-648- Excellent $5895. west Quarter 441.5 East a distance of THE PUBLIC RE-
350 CAT diesel, edition $6,000 080 Series 103K mi. Like new. customs. 581 334-790-7959 feet to the Northeast 1031.80 feet to the CORDS OF JACKSON
Allison 6sp. 7.5 diesel 334-703-3784 w/reg. serve power 6600 mi. $14,750. 404- Ford '84 Econoline Ford '02 F150 XLT, corner thereof; P.C.. of a curve; COUNTY, FLORIDA.
icemaker, W/ Cadillac'94 windows & seats 578-1482 jeff@ Van Good cond. Jed, 4WD, Triton thence run West thence Easterly along
motionrsatellite dish, Fleetwood Broug- w. lumbar leather $1400. 334-791-9099 V8/5.4L eng, 104,168 along the North said curve being con- at public sale, to the
rear &side cameras hamTop cond., fully int. new tires adult 2003 YZ125, bought mi., Super Cr-sw Cab. boundary of said cave towards the left highest and best bid-
Home theater sys. restored$5,200. OBO driven exc. cond. new in 2005, $2000; '. a, r. toOl be.. Northwest Quarter having a delta angle der, for cash, at the
Leathereurotrerner, 334- 693-3980 $6,900. cash firm 2007YZF250, great Yamaha' 07VStar fi r $.3.). O4.894-1212 2087 feet to the Point of 01 degrees 22 mi- North door of the
desk, King bed, CHEVROLET '08 334-790-4892 shape end wal main- 1300 Tour, fuel inject *- ,r 3344942823 of Beginning, lying in nutes 03 seconds, a Jackson County
Br ble, Lcoln Town Car91 ed$4000. Buy North Half of North- radius of 11459 feet, Courthouse at 11:00
Brake-Buddy for tow Corvette convertible, Lincoln Town Car'91 both for $5000. ed, cover & helmet, FORD '02 F-250, Quad west Quarter of said an arc distance of a.m., on February 25,
car. Garage stored. Black, loaded, exc.. V8 motor, mint cond., 334-726-3842 cruise control, load- cab. Lariat. leather section, township 273.50 feet to the P.T. 2010.
Many other options cond., garage kept burgundy, 39,390. ed, 5K., Like new! seats. power. 7.3 and range. of said curve; thence
33$160,000.17 $55,000. 334-692-5624 New tires, nice int., '92 Goldwing, 60k $6,990334-714-4001 Ford 95 Winstar Desil. new tires.
334-797-3617. $6990 334-714-4001 North 88 degrees 06 DATED this 27TH day
Chevrolet '93 Cap- needs back shocks. miles, red, exc. paint Van ceiling for parts 128K.$13.800 Exception 2. Begin- minutes 24 seconds of January, 2010
REDUCED* rice, white, 70K $2000. 334-897-5482. & running cond. only 1500. 334-691- 334-899-0099 ning at Northeast East for a distance of Any person claiming
03Class A Monoco iles, extra clean, $7000 850-445-2915 Scooters/Mopeds 2987 334.-701-5516 Ford 03' V-8 corner of Southeast 13.55 feet to the P.C. an interest in the sur-
La Palma. 2 slides, new tires, $4300. leave message Honda ---- Suercrew 30200 mi Quarter of Northwest of a curve; thence plus from the sale, if
1 bath. Loaded! 334-792-8018 FZ Suzuki 50 79' col- '05 Scooter, 90mpg, EXL 87k ml. Silver like new, Must See! Quarter of Section Easter along said any, other thn the
furnishings (dishes Chevy '04 Cavalier lectors m. I cyl. 2 49ccHeavy Duty, w/gray leather int. $16,000 334-494-0460 6eTownshi tSthence rds t hore right thePrpertye owner halisf
towels, etc.) $65K.v 4DR, AC, Low miles, stroke scooter, or- Like new, low miles, 1 owner, non-smoker or 334-393-6479 ran S tth enc the hight the den of the i
334-790-3480 GREATGAS MILEAGE, : ange cond. Mustse, $1200 pwrslide doors, South along the having e penens, must file
N33470.CCAGR LOWL. street legal. $1295. 850-482-7739 moon roof, rear A/C -s East boundary of of 01 degrees 44 mi- claim within 60 days
Soralis'99Sunliner PAYMENTS! $300 Mazda 03'Protege 5 334-77 4-2521 334-774- 2ndroW capt.chairs -' said Southeast Quar- nutes 10 seconds, a after the sale.
ds r 9, 3 ter of Northwest radius Of 11459 feet,
33'with one 14' down $199 per mo. speed 80K miles. 273 afterP.M. SportUtility Vehicles Good cond.$13,000 Quarter 936 feet; an arc distance of n accordance with
slide in very good Call 334-791-8243Steve Hatcher Good condition HARLEY Davidson '01 334-393-8824 thence West along 347.20 feet to the P.T. the American with
condition. $8,500. for S$5,493. 334-701-3453 Road King Police, Chevy '04 Tahoe, the North line of of said curve; thence Disabilities Act of
334-699-1319 Chevy '05 Monte Car- m16500 miles. White, LS Beige, 83000 Cemetery Plot 410 North 89 degrees 50 1990, persons need-
Tioga Arrow 27ft to Cust. paint Char. clean & shop kept miles,PW, PL, Ford '06 F 350.D.esel, feet to the Northwest minutes 34 seconds ing a special accom-
Motorhome '86 Gray Many Cust. opt. 4 -Wx --"'-" -' .- $11,000. 334-774-3663 Radio/CD, tinted E 4WD. clean. 50k mi, corner of said Ceme- East for a distance of modation to partici-
white,Auto.8cyl. Fr End Damage $4800 ., t- _. HARLEY DAVIDSON wdws, running bds, T goerck hitch. tery; thence run 1314.58 feet to the pate in this proceed-
Pow. brakes & steer- OBO 334-475-6267 .'02 Fatboy with lots $14,000.850-718- PLYMOUTH '96 Gran 25k 850-569-2262 North 2 degrees P.C. of a curve; ing should contact
ng, A/C, AM/FM, or 475-0084 of Chrome, Black, 7040, 569-5774. Voyager, 4 new tires, West along fence line thence Easterly along the ASA Coordinator
runs wellA/, low miles, Chevy 1969 Camaro $10rome,250 352-303-2713, GREAT CONDITION towing package, new Ford'07 F150 XLT 938 feet to the North said curve being con- no later than seven
runs weHas low miles, chevy 1969 Camaro $10,250352-303-2713 M dCa NI power steering. supercrew, 4X4 5.4L, boundary of said cave toward the right (7) days prior to the
Fair cond. Has leak Z28 coupe orange Mazda 5, 07'Grand Harley Davidson'02 pumnp. very clean. flf fuel, dark blue Southeast Quarter of having a delta angle proceedings. If hear-
damage.$5000. ext. black int. manual touring, exc cond re Heritage Classic, lots ow mileage, $3.250 ed cover, 144K Northwest Quarter; of 00 degrees 39 mi- ing impaired, please
850 526 2840. 4-speed $9000. mainng warr. 48K of chrome, 16K miles, OB00 33468;7 9S45 or mi. pwr, CC, $14,500 thence run East nutes 08 seconds, a call (800) 955-9771
256-278-4276 mi. black $11,500 $13,000.OBO. 334- 334-355-1118 3 34 714-6999 along the North radius of 22919 feet, (TDD) or (800) 955-
RVs/Campers 334-445-3652 or 256- 588-2409/798-9478 FORD '07 F250 Super boundary of said an arc distance of 8770 (voice), via
Wanted CHRYSLER '08 300 452-8026 Harley Davidson 02' Wanted Duy V-8 Crew Cab outheast Quarter of 260.90 feet to theP.T. Florida Relay Service.

White 850-579-4694 334-678-6990 V8, long wheel base, Northwest Quarter of of a curve; thence
u S y Mercedes '06 R-350, HARLEY Davidson'03 mobiles auto, ps/pb, runs & said section, town- Easterl along said Dale Rabon
l white w/tan leather, RoadKing, 95" stage iClhe T ri ai aer looks good. $2,500. ship and range, curve seing concave Guthrie
new, asking pay-off sunroof, 3rd row 2, security, gps, oi bla 1K /C uc Heavyuty ,334-735-5404 toward the left hav- DALE RABON
Conquest 05'470842954 seat, 99,300 mi. cooler, many extra's. n& Rear aires, power, Cornd. Exception 3. Four ing a delta angle of GUTRIE
sleep -23verynice.$1899ots5196of ex-5-69 wil $17900334-685-6233 $10,500.334-803-5008 $15,000.334-791-9115 haul off. FORD '77 F100 Southacres in extreme 01 degrees 30 mi- CLERK. OF THE CIRJanuary, 2010.
,Whie 850-579-4694 334-678-6990 V8, long wheel base, Northwest Quarter of of a curve; thence

nts 3 Corvette 81 Mercedes 98' SLK230, Harley Davidson 05' Ford 06 Expedition p/pbruns & said section, town- Easterly along said Dale Raon
798-4462 Warranty Automatic 350 leather Hd. top Con- FLHTCI Electra glide 36KRear Tr cks-HeavyDut look good$2 500 ship and range. curve being concave Guthrie
Conquest(Silver) sell as is vertoof, 3rd row 2, 4 security,9 m. r i L C 334-735544 ec ion 16, Township 303.22 feet to the P.T Hatcher

sleeps 8, lot Datsun'78 280 2+2, Marquis GS, S,ilver Ultra Classic 12,000 m.: r:,. 410 eet East and East for a distance of GUTRIE
Original owner, 5 99,000 Miles, Good mi. Pearl white, load- i; ner .t, 3 .Itle F Dodge Rami O 'l500 Westi occupied by 1859.51 feet; thence O
speed, fuel injected, Condition, $4975 ed, greatprice rad.o. blue e. terer iHorntEditon the Mr. Tabor Baptist North 89 degrees 19
t K t-- 180k miles, some 850-638-1947 $15,000.firm 612-396- 12.495 080.798 9695 Bi FDWD' 5.Eemit o Church and Ceme- minutes 50 seconds Adver tsng..

wo 5rk 0OBO 850- Nissan '05 Altima. 2.5 9898 or 334-673-3837 Jeep 04 W r m ng ler, Au o, Only 8xxx Miles Ford 8 F 100, NEW tery. East for a stance of
e .r e 3- Corvett Mercedes 98' L H D 05' Forad 0lesx ehad n &) bedlaseru&n 94 &xooption 4s The Terminad Point o1f Yo4r SOfet

7r98-4 Wtoat f l ather, Hd. n trp, C Fe Ai 0 r a 50 (oad 4. ,00. OBO 983-4941 h e Qarter at arc sae Befr
4-Wheel Drive Less than hrs. Warr. 2.5SL. Black. 34.200 13,176 Mi. $36,000 Ford 99' Ranger 6 cyl. North 441.5 feet highest bidder, for y
Until 2013. $9,875 m. bse stereo. l E Truck is fully loaded auto/overdrive low thereof in Section 16,' cash, at the Front nd h
SOBO 334-714-1543 moon roof, spoiler, A AIN 850-569-2840 miles, exc. cond. Township 5 North, Door of the Jackson
Ford wV- leather int. very '08 1200 334-894-2134 Range 9 est County Courthouse,3
Ford L0 lCrownd VctI- clean, Like new. 08 108 milest
SW tfmiles, drives dike a 334-372-0702 or warranty, Like new. c n 5Depty

213.eam'S86 00321- 334-432-0302. $8,700,334-702-4778. Jeep 04 Wrangle G et ne w s and ale ts on you
Nissan '08 Altima Harley Davidson '08 4.0L 6cyl 4sp d 4WD N d t u s
Ford at Mustang V' 6 UNDER WARRANTY, Electra Glide Classic, Khaki cilr. Soft -Tp, AC
as pe fuel .900. iKE NEW! $200 down 4000miles, loyear am/fm/cd/mp3, alloy dg i le the M tar
98 4 mC269 per mo. Call Ron warrenty left. whrs, Mopai. I r b g H& o E o
80Ford 05 Muslang V-6 EIIs 334-714-0028 $17,000.334-618-4430 gril grd. Exc. Cond. l. Cuc an..d. C ei nue o r i

Sa u t o 5 9 K m i $9 9 0 0 BIrl a v d o '96 1 L o w n L E 3 0 0d c r .
Condition. Finished in Nissan '08 Altima, shape, $8,500. 334-803-6882
SRealtree Hardwoods. 1 w ite/ ra interior, 334-899th1212 r. rd tan $2- 7
Full windshield, 2 gun _EsunrooN, arloy whls,terEPf987idangnrerlne
Maker cuyh4t f t f Atele $ti6,000. , p' .Eac.a aEtn th
(3d4)5a8t5-988r. Ford '65 T-Birdb auto. Unt8 mla G6eGsT

390 4bb, slide steer down $249 per month .Nissan r,I'tur-
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Ing, 69K miles, $8,995 Call Ron Ellis jML.'
obo. 334 6715051 or 334 714-0028 Harley Sportster 061"' tmr Fi .. J-r
3314797 051 int, 72,55K mli.- ..
Su baruKForester 03' Orange 1200R, Vance $13,900. 0BO 334-
& Hines Short Shots, 673-0823
Ford .93 Taurus. rus 154K ml, S-sp. braided lines, 8,900 G7t-A8r3s" ,
good. eeds A. wnte. AWD, ABS, G tAet
S2200. 334- 475-17 23 C snrf. $5,5AS, 00. mi $7,995. 794-8037 NISSAN '06 Pathfind-G Alerts
~20 I34 2 unf SO.en LE, 270hp, bose
334-671-5723 HD '97, Fatboy, Pew- eraudio w/6 disc CDe
L O O K Toy '05 Matrix ter & Black, lowered, remote keyless entry,
IRD- N TGAS MILEAG arage kept .12k mi 34,263 miles. $19,000.:
FR DA mMGREAT A ust see. $11k OBO 334-793-1544
SliuR ngGT 2d FuL Y LOADED, L C'dale 850-352-4342
PA' ,MENT! $500
.I,.5-spO t r, .,,,-. $250 per month .. ,, Nissan '09 R-omu,- 2 11
ext.Di, Ir, t2VVD.850 Call 3:34-791-8243 Ask ir,le ,. Ioadr-.-,h'the.
NISSAN 07Titan miles $28400 frStvSHthe170ui0ii'0i4.l~ 7,00i,;:i
OFF ROAD PACKAGE, (334)479-8028 forRa Steve- HatcheEr
BEEN OFF ROAD OR A A 4.r. fully ladsd. I ISv
SEEN MUD. SUPER Mii' n,. $5.5,10. Call, 134i
ROCKFORD FOSGATE1 Honda 01' Reflexon
STEREO, REAR LOCK- Scooter maroon
ING DIFF.TOWING 4-stroke, 249cc, 70 .. .
PACKAGE. ALSO ON mpg/mph $2100. Tahoe LT Top Of Line
GM '72 CevelLeatheridSunroof,.
AUTOTRADER.COM GM 72 Chevle 205-310-5662 Leather, Sunroof,
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miles, WHITE exteri- top Needs work Commuter car. miles, windshield, Brakes, Rear I III
or, $GREY interior, o wo 21,000 miles. Still un- saddlebags, red. Re- Heat/Air, All Mainte-
4WD, $22,985 Great proj car $3,200 der warranty $16,900. duced to $5700. 334- nance Kept $11,600
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