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.
Publication Date:
Copyright Date:
Daily (except Saturday and Monday)[<1979-1995>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
normalized irregular


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


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

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University of Florida
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Copyright Jackson County Floridan. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
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Preceded by:
Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by:
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3 held in tri-state burglary ring

Three people have been named as suspects in a rash of
burglaries occurring over the past several weeks in
Jackson County. Several stolen items have been recovered
in the case.
Robert Keith Allen, 45, and Jeffery Lamon Turner, 28,
both of Dothan. Ala., and Kristy Michelle Dawson, 32, of
Elba, Ala. are suspects in thefts the occurred in northwest
Jackson County, according to a press release from the
Jackson County Sheriff's Office.
Formal charges are pending, but Allen and Turner are
expected to be charged with burglary, and Dawson with a
charge related to stolen property. Alabama and Georgia
authorities have charges pending as well.
Jewelry,. hunting bows, watches, cameras, knives and a

floor safe were among the items stolen from Jackson
County that were recovered in the ongoing investigation,
.said Major Donnie Branch of sheriff's office.
The arrests came as the result of work down with
authorities in other jurisdictions who had also been deal-
ing with similar burglaries, the sheriff's office said.
Holmes County in Florida, Houston County in
Alabama and Seminole County in Georgia had all report-
ed similar kinds of burglaries, and the four agencies
shared information. They had been working together for
several weeks when Jackson County got a call from
authorities in Alabama March 11.I
Authorities there said they had pulled over an older
model white Ford Explorer driven by Allen, and discov-
ered items inside that had been reported stolen in Jackson
Jackson County investigators went to Houston County

after that phone call, where they "discovered evidence
that connected these individuals to the burglaries that
occurred in Jackson County," according to the press
Branch said the vehicle, owned by Allen, was "packed
full" of other people's belongings. Allen's home was also
subsequently searched and other items were found.
Branch said a Jadkson County resident had given
authorities a description of a suspicious vehicle seen
where a theft were taking place. That the information
helped Alabama authorities be on the lookout for it.
Allen and Dawson are believed to have a romantic rela-
tionship Arid Turner is a friend of the couple, Branch said.
The three will be brought to Jackson County to face the
charges after Houston County has completed its case.
Seminole County, Ga., is also preparing charges, Branch
said, based on some items found in the searches.

Meeting debates proposed fee

A handful of people turned out
for Tuesday night's workshop to
discuss several issues related to
Spring Creek Park.
A'proposed $1 user fee for the
park met with mixed reaction.
Some embraced the idea, while
others said they didn't feel it was
Some of those who supported
it said the fee would distribute the
cost of maintaining the park, hnd
the Chipola River below it, across
a larger group, rather than
Jackson County taxpayers alone.
There was some talk of letting
Jackson County residents contin-
ue to get into the park free of
charge. But the logistics of man-
aging. that option might prove
difficult, Parks Director Chuck
Hatcher said. The idea of an
annual pass which could reduce
the cost for frequent users was
also discussed..
Little was discussed about
whether to charge the fee to peo-
ple who only go into the park to
look or fish, rather than just
charging those who boat or tube
down the river.
Ben Odom, one of those who
voiced opposition to the fee, said
he thought it was an unfair bur-
den on community members and
that it would.hurt the local econ-
omy by discouraging use of the
park. He said there would be
problems with enforcement as
'He suggested other ways the
county might address the prob-
lems that the fee is meant to
Hatcher had suggested the
charge largely because of litter in
the river. By charging the fee, the

Jackson County Parks Director Chuck Hatcher' talks about; plans for
fees to use Spring Creek and related matters following a meeting
Tuesday. Mark Skinner / Floridarf

county could better afford to
clean up the mess made by those
who. disregard litter laws and
county rules, like the one pro-
hibiting disposable containers in
Spring Creek Park.
That brought up another sub-
ject of the meeting, possible
relaxation of the containers rule.
On Tuesday, Hatcher proposed
lifting the ban on most dispos-
ables because he said it hasn't

significantly helped address the
litter problem and has caused
.undue hardship on users, many of
whom are likely not guilty of lit-
It hasn't significantly reduce
the volume of trash, 'perhaps
because' there is no full-time per-
son on duty to enforce it except in
summer. Hatcher said' it has also

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Federal education

grant could mean

tighter standards

All the talk of a potential
$4.35 billion federal reform
grant to come to'
the Sunshine State'
from the national
Race to the Top
competition has
made some rlerv-
ous about' the '
future of Florida's
education system.
While many wel- I siovo
come the idea of a To re
potential $4.35 bil- To r
lion boost, others required
worry that the stip- school
ulations imposed seeking th
on the state and the grant
district alike are jcfloridai
going to be trouble- click o0
some. in th
The Race to the
Top competition -
headed by the U.S.
Department of Education -
challenged all 50 states to pro-
pose bold education reforms.
These reform proposals should
focus on helping struggling
schools, focusing on the effec-
tiveness of teaching profes-
sionals and education leaders,
build internationally recog-
nized education'standards and
assessments, .and improving
state education data systems.
The state or states deemed as


the winner will receive fund-
.ing to implement their compre-
hensive education reform
Florida was recently named
a finalist in phase
,. one ofthe race, and
S was one of only 16
finalists chosen
from a pool of 41
''- applicants to pro-
ceed to the next
stage of the compe-
A1 -.COM Florida DOE
officials are
ad the defending their
ients for proposal in
districts Washington, D.C.,
education this week. The
go to state is now up
.com and against the 16 other
the link finalists.
story: Frank Waller,
.: director of Jackson
County's middle
and secondary schools,
addressed school board mem-
bers in a special workshop
Tuesday and explained that
ultimately this competition is
part of a larger, national move
toward unification of all state'
school systems. 1
"The U.S.- DOE is wanting
Florida to be teaching the same
as New York, which is the
same as Kansas and Texas,"
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School board approves school improvements Cts ws

The Jackson County School Board
approved the third phase of the much-needed
renovations to bathroom facilities at four
county schools.
Graceville Elementary will receive
upgrades to two bathrooms, with three at
Marianna Middle, two at Riverside and one at
Sneads Elementary also slated for improve-
The board also approved a request from
Stuart Wiggins, director of facilities and con-
struction, to bid out for roof renovations for
Riverside. and Malone elementary schools.
Malone's ag building will be re-roofed, and
two buildings at Riverside Elementary will
be re-roofed.
The purchase of land adjacent to
Cottondale Elementary, which was initiated
at February's board meeting, was approved
for purchase at the negotiated price of
$50,000. The property was listed for $74,000.
Superintendent Lee Miller explained at last
month's workshop that if the land were pur-
chased, it would address current student safe-
ty issues.
Miller said the property would be utilized
as a transportation pick-up point, and end the
practice of students getting on the bus on U.S.
Highway 90.
"There is a lot of traffic there, and that pick
up is not very safe," Miller said.
In addition to the county schools' renova-
tions, the board approved a grant application
for Sneads Elementary in participation of the
USDA Fresh Fruit Program.
If awarded the grant, Sneads Elementary
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The school board approved phase three of the bathroom renovations at Sneads
Elementary School Tuesday, along with improvements at three other county schools. -
Mark Skinner / Floridan

for meals during school hours.
The program is an effort to fight childhood
obesity, by helping children learn more
healthy eating habits. It strives to introduce
school children to a variety of produce they
otherwise might not have the opportunity to
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services, explained to the bohrd that the fund-
ing is only enough for one school. Sneads
was chosen because it had the highest number
.of students receiving free and reduced-price
"The program has a very selective process,"
Noonan said. "So we should keep our fingers


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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
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March 18 Thursday
Sneads Elementary School Strawberry
Sale is today. Strawberries, fresh from Plant
City, are $1.4 a flat. Orders must be pre-paid.
Cash only, no checks. Call 482-9003.
Jackson County School District .Pre-K
Registration is March 15-19 (8:30-11 a.m.
Monday-Friday; and 12-2 p.m. Wednesday
afternoon) at the Early Childhood Programs
Office, 2950 Cherokee St. in Marianna, in
front of Riverside Elementary School. For
documentation requirements, call 482-1266,
ext. 224.
St. Anne Thrift Shop, 3009 Fifth St. in
Marianna, is having a $2 Bag Sale (clothing
only), March 9, 11, 16 and 18, Tuesday and
Thursday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call 482-3734.
The' Chipola Regional Workforce
Development Board convenes an Executive
Committee meeting, at which all persons are
invited to participate,,11 a.m. in the CRWDB
Community Room, 4636 Highway 90,
Marianna. Call 718-0456, ext. 101.
Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees has a
Building and Grounds Committee meeting at
noon in the hospital boardroom.
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 continue Thursday
evenings through April 15. For an appoint-
ment, call 693-01873.
Jackson County SWAT meets at 3:30 p.m.
in the Marianna High School Media Center,
3546 Caverns Road. Members and local
youth interested in membership are asked to
attend.. A Tobacco Free Partnership of
Jackson County meeting follows at 4:30 p.m.
All local partnership members or those inter-
ested in. becoming a partner are asked to
attend. For more, call Adrian Abner at the
Jackson County Health Department, 526-
2412, ext. 188.
The Breast Cancer Support Group meets
at 5 p.m. in the ground floor classroom of
Jackson Hospital, 4250 Hospital Drive,
Marianna. Open to anyone who has or had
breast cancer or breast health issues. No
.cost. Call 718-2661.
Jackson County NAACP meets at 5:30
p.m. the third Thursday of the month, at 2880
Orange St. (behind Bryant Enterprises). Call
482-3766 or 569-1294.
An American Cancer Society Relay for Life
Committee Sign-up Meeting starts at 6 p.m.
in the Circle Grill, Graceville. Call-814-441-
5095 or 209-3359.
East Jackson County Relay-for-Life meets
at the West Florida Electric office in Sneads at
6 p.m.
Chipola Artist Series presents violinist
Sarah Geller, 7:30 p.m. in the college theater.

Call 718-2301, or e-mail stadsklevj@chipo-
The BCF College Singers and combination
band present "Guys and Glams," a concert
featuring popular music from guy groups and
girl groups from the '50s and '60s, March 18-
19 at 7 p.m. in The Baptist College of Florida
Assembly Center. A limited number of tickets,
$10 each, are available in the BCF Business
office. Call 800-328-2660, ext. 427.
Alcoholics Anonymous closed' discussion
Thursday, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance limited
to persons with a desire to stop drinking.

March 19 Friday
Habilitative Services of North Florida's
yard sale begins 7 a.m. at 2902 Madison St.,
Marianna, featuring office/home furnishings,
clothes, books, children's items and
sewing/craft items. Call 482-5391.
Project Graduation strawberries will be
delivered today. Extra flats, $15 each, avail-
able at St. Luke's 'Episcopal Church in
Marianna. Call 482-2431.
Jackson County School District Pre-K
Registration is March 15-19 (8:30-11 a.m.
Monday-Friday; and 12-2 p.m. Wednesday
afternoon) at the Early Childhood Programs
Office, 2950 Cherokee St. in Marianna, In
-front of Riverside Elementary School. For
documentation requirements, call 482-1266,
ext. 224.
The One-Stop Center Employability
Workshops, "Employ Florida" (10-11 a.m.)
and "Resume Skills," (3:15-4:15 p.m.) are
offered each Friday in March. No cost for indi-
viduals interested in updating or acquiring
additional skills. Contact the One-Stop Center,.
718-0326, to enroll.
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.
** The BCF College Singers and combination
band present "Guys and Glams," a concert
featuring popular music from guy groups and
girl groups from the '50s and '60s, March 18-
19 at 7 p.m. in The Baptist College of Florida
Assembly Center. A limited number of tickets,
$10 each, are available in the BCF Business
office. Call 800-328-2660, ext. 427.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Fridays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the
AA room.

March 20 Saturday
2nd Annual Sneads Pirates Project
Graduation 5k Run/Walk and 1 Mile Fun Run,.
8 a.m. (sign-up, 7:30-7:55 a.m.) in Lake

Seminole Park, Sneads. 5K entry fee: $18 per
person; $15 for 2010 seniors-with student ID.
First 100 entrants get a free t-shirt. Fun run
entry fee: $10, all ages. All donations go to
Sneads Project Graduation. Call 209-2157, or
e-mail mariannaarearunnersclub@yahob:com.
The St. Anne's Catholic Church Ladies
Guild Bake Sale is March 20-21,, Saturday, 8
a.m. to noon; and Sunday, after 9 a.m. mass.
AA open meeting Saturdays, 4:30-5:30
p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.

March 21 Sunday
The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile unit will be at the Chipola
College Safety Expo, 8:30 a.m.-1 p,.m:, or
donate blood at the center, 2503 Commercial
Park Drive in Marianna, Monday-Friday, 9
a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 526-4403.
The St. Anne's Catholic Church Ladies
Guild Bake Sale is March 20-21, Saturday, 8
a.m. to noon; and Sunday, after 9 a.m. mass.
A Coke Party for Grand Ridge Pageant
registration (Miss, Junior Miss and Little
Miss)' is 2-4 p.m. in the Grand Ridge
Community Center.
The Jackson County Youth (NAACP)
Council.meets at NAACP Headquarters, 2880-
B Orange St. in Marianna, at 3:30 p.m. New
officers for the 2010-2011 year will be elect-
ed. E-mail or qall
Classical guitarist Andrew Stroud, accom-
panied by Dr. Josh Martin on piano, will pres-
ent Concierto del Sur by Manuel Ponce, with
selections by Handel, Tarrega, Rodrigo and
others, as part of the St. Luke's Episcopal
Church Fine Arts Series, 4' p.m. at 4362
Lafayette St. in Marianna. Concert guests are
invited to meet the artists at a reception in
McKinnon. Hall, following the concert.
Donations accepted for the fine arts series.

March 22 Monday
The Parkinson's Support Group meets at
noon in the ground floor classroom of
Jackson Hospital, 4250 Hospital Drive,
Marianna. Those diagnosed with Parkinson's
and their caregivers are invited to attend.
Lunch provided. No cost.
The One-Stop Center Employabil.ity
Workshop, "Knowing & Evaluating Your,
Employability Skills," is 3:15-4:15 p.m. each
Monday in March. No cost for individuals
interested in updating or acquiring additional
skills. Contact the One-Stop Center, 718-
0326, to enroll.
The Jackson .Hospital Board of Trustees
will hold its monthly finance committee meet-
ing at 5:30 p.m. in the Community Room of
the Hudnall Building.
AA open meeting Mondays, 8-9 p.m. at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.


The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for March
16, the latest available
report: one
hit and run, -- ,'"-
two acci- .; _----- -
dents with- -; .,
out injury,'CRJIlME.
one dead
person, one stolen vehicle,
one funeral escort, two
highway obstructions, one
subject down, four verbal
disturbances, one prowler,
12 traffic stops, one larce-
ny complaint, one tres-
passing complaint, one

obscene phone call, two
noise disturbances, one
animal complaint, one sex
offense, two assists of
another agency, three pub-
lic service calls and four
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the
following incidents for
March 16, the latest avail-
able report: one accident
with unknown injury, one
missing juvenile, three sus-
picious vehicles, one suspi-
cious person, one funeral

escort, one drug offense,
four burglary alarms, one
panic alarm, seven traffic
stops, two larceny com-
plaints, one criminal mis-
chief, four papers served,
one noise disturbance,' one
animal complaint, two
fraud reports, one assist of
another agency, three pub-
lic service calls and three
The following people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-

est reporting periods:
Cornelius Garner, 20,
1966 Willow Bend Road,
Sneads, worthless checks.
Christian Clayton, 38,
2633 2nd Street,
Cottondale, violation of
state probation.
Isaac Grissett, 40, 165
NW 15th Street, Pompano
Beach, violation of state
David Allen, 57, 4848
Highway 77, Graceville,
violation of state proba-
Michael Armstrong,
19, 6909 Bushy Pond
Road, Grand Ridge, hold

for Florida State Hospital.
Esvin Oswaldo, 24,
2714 Highway 431, South
Abbeville, Ala., no driver's
Joshua Kellum, 27,
4191 Alabama Highway 9,
Anniston, Ala., possession
of less than 20 grams of
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).

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MHS Campus Beauty

Jackson County Floridan Thursday, March 18, 2010" 3A

Marriages, divorces

for March 8-12

Morgan Brook Derr
and Maloy Timothy
Joshua Lamar.

None reported.

Bridge 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 March 15, the win-
ners were as follows:
First place Douglas
"Parker of Marianna,, and

Kurt Opferman of
Second place Lottie
Williams and Libby Hutto,
both of Marianna.
Third place Sara
Lewis of Dothan, Ala., and
Ida Deal of Headland, Ala.
Fourth place Drucila
Brown and John Lewis,
both of Marianna.

Marianna High School held its annual Campus Beauty pageant on Feb. 19. Young ladies from each grade compet-
ed for the distinguished title. This year's winners were Shelby Mathis, Campus Beauty; Kimberly Hagan, Miss Senior;
Lauren Smith, Miss Junior; Becca Cass, Miss Sophomore; and Megan Holloway, Miss Freshman. Contributed photo

Allen, Utley to

vie for Florida

Watermelon Queen

2009 reigning queens, front row Lauren Martin, Little Miss
Jackson County; Lauren Ramin, Tiny Miss Jackson County;
Kinsey Smith, Petite Miss Jackson County; and back row,
Morgan Bryan, Young Miss Jackson County; Kyndall
Covington, Miss Jackson C6unty; Madison Zimmerman,
Junior Miss Jackson County. Contributed photo

2010 Jackson County

pageants call for entries

The 2010 Jackson County
Pageants are just around the
comer. The entry deadline is
Wed., March 24. Age divisions
are Baby Miss, ages birth to 2;
Little. Miss, first grade; Tiny
Miss, ages 3 to 5; Junior Miss,
sixth', seventh or eighth grade;
Petite Miss, ages 6 to 8; Miss,
ages 17 to 21 by Oct. 1, 2010;
Young Miss, ages 9 to 11; and
Teen Miss, ninth or 10thgrade.
The pageants will be in the
MHS Auditorium on Sat.,
April 17, at 1.and 7 p.m.
Information may be picked

up from the following loca-
Jackson County Chamber
of Commerce.
The Dance Factory.
Lemon Squeeze Salon and
Boutique, Marianna
Rhianna Dowling, Sneads
High School
Heather Lewis, Grand
Ridge School
Debbie Dryden, Marianna
High School
Denese Toole, Graceville
High School.'
For more information, call
Stacy Larkin at 482-5275 or
Debbie Dryden at 718-7095.

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The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) invites you to attend a Public Information Meeting'
concerning proposed improvements to SR 10 (US 90). The meeting will be held April 1, 2010 from 5:30
pm until 6:30 pm (CDT) at the Sneads Town Hall. This meeting will provide you an opportunity to
preview the proposed design, ask questions and/or submit comments concerning the upcoming project.
Maps, drawings and other information will be on display. There will be no formal presentation.
However, representatives from the FDOT and Gortemoller Engineering, Inc. (consultant designer) will be
available to answer questions and explain the proposed improvements.
Currently, the FDOT proposes to mill and
1 .resurface the portion of SR 10 from just
S.P .'_- I East of Desoto Avenue to just East of Third
-. i | Avenue. The project is approximately one
.. (1) mile in length and construction is
Expected to begin in the Fall of 2012.
.. ,- .,
S' The FDOT is providing notice to property
S ,. ,..,_ owners within 300 feet of the centerline of
S..... he proposed roadway improvements even
r .. though they may not be directly affected.
S*" .., Similar notice has been sent to all other
'" potentially affected owners in your
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or family status. Persons who require special accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act
or persons who require translation services (free of charge) should contact Clay Hunter, PE at (850) 415-
9479 at least seven days prior to the meeting.
If you have any questions about this project or this workshop, please call Clay Hunter,
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Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, Fl 32446

Henry B.
Burke Jr.

Henry Bernard Burke Jr.,
a lifelong resident of Ma-
rianna, passed away Tues-
day, March 16, 2010, at 9:30
p.m. at Jackson Hospital.
Born Nov. 17, 1927, in
Pensacola, Henry moved to
Marianna two years after
his birth with his parents,
Mildred Crane Burke and
Henry B. Burke Sr. of
DeFuniak Springs.
A football quarterback
and basketball player at
Marianna High School;
Henry graduated in 1945,
and the following fall en-
rolled at University of Ala-
bama. In 1946 he enlisted
in the Navy and served a;
year before returning to U
of A. It was then that he
met Mary Anne Jones of
Booneville, Miss., and "The
Stars Fell on Alabama."
Henry graduated from
the U of A School of Busi-
ness in 1949, married Mary
Anne in July 1950, and re-
turned to Marianna, where
he worked as a salesman
for McCaskill Ford Motor
Co. for several years.
In 1961, H'nry began his
career as an agent with
New York Life Insurance
Co., which continued for
over 48 years, earning his
CLU; ChFC designations
and many other honors.

Henry was a longtime
member of Rotary Club,
serving as president and
was honored as a Paul Har-
ris Fellow of the club.
He was a life-time and ac-
tive member of First Unit-
ed Methodist Church in
Marianna, serving at vari-
ous times on the Offidial
Board, the Stewardship
and Building Committees.
Henry was well respected
in the community as a man
of integrity and of good hu-
mor. His many friends re-
member his love for fish-
ing, golf, the beach and a
good story.
Henry is survived by his
wife of 59 years, Mary
Anne; two sons, Henry B.
Burke III."Bo", who is mar-
ried to Jody, and Robert T.
Burke "Bob", who is mar-
ried to Lori, both of Ma-
rianna. Two daughters also
survive: Beverly, married to
Austin McCaskill living in
Tirana, Albania, and Eliza-
beth "Bess", married to
Henry Hooks of Panama
City. MaryAnne and Henry
are grandparents to 13
grandchildren: Henry
Burke RV "Ben" and wife
Kara, Daniel Burke. Robert
Burke, Philip Burke, Annie
Burke, Crystal Green Mil-.
ton and. Jonathan .Green,
Mary Grace McCaskill Otis
and husband Andrew, Kate
McCaskill Dewey and hus-
band Derek. Ellen
McCaskil., Elizabeth
Hooks, .- Ailsoia Hooks
Bostwick and husband
Scott, and Michael Hooks;
and 'two great-
Visitation will be held at
Marianna Chapel Funeral
Home; 3960 Lafayette St.
on Friday, March 19, from
5 to 7 p.m. Services will be-
gin at 10:30 a.m. Saturday,
March 20, at the First Unit-
ed Methodist Church of.
Marianna, 2901 Caledonia,
with Dr. Bob C. McKibbon
and the Rev. David
Barkalow officiating.
In lieu of flowers, the fam-
ily requests that you please
send memorials to First
Methodist Church Marian-
na or the Alzheimer's

Foundation, 3455 South
St., Marianna, FL 32446.
Serving as pallbearers
will be Henry's grandsons.
Honorary pallbearers will
be members of the Dean
Skaggs Sunday school class
and the "Coffee Club."
Marianna Chapel Funer-'
al Home is charge of ar-
rangements.- .
Expressions 9of sympathy-
may be expressed online at

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Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446


Lloyd Cambron Buder;"
62,'of Marianna died Satur-.
day, March 13, 2010, in Ma-
A native of Elmhurst, 111.,
Lloyd had resided in Jack-
son County since 1981.
where he owned and oper-
ated of Rainbow Carpet
Cleaning until retirement,
when be moved to Town-
send, Tenn, He was a Ma-
rine Corps veteran.
He was preceded in
death by his parents, Jack
S. and Florence Klare But-
Survivors 'include his
wife, Vicky Butler of Ma-
rianna; two !sons, Jacob
Butler of Marianna, and
Jerry West of Gulf Breeze;
one brother, Jacks S. Butler
Jr. and wife Karen, of
Blairsville, Ga.; and four
A service of remem-
brance will be 3 p.m. Satur-
day, March 20, at Maddox
Chapel, with Jack $. Butler
Jr. officiating, James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel directing.
The family will receive

friends from 2 p.m. until
funeral service time at
Maddox Chapel.
In lieu of flowers, contri-
butions may be made to
Covenant Hospice. of Ma- .
rianna, 4440 Lafayette St.,
Marianna, FL 32447.
James & Sikes Funeral
...HQme MadlO Chapel
4278"a-ayette St.
MariaiAa, FL.32446

James L. Hall

James L. Hall, 87, of Ma-
rianna died' Wednesday,
March 17; 2010,ji Marian-
na. -" .....
Arrangniiits'WiilJ be an-
nounced Itla'by-lames &
Sikes Funeral'Home Mad-
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Marianna, FL.32446


lames E. Hamilton, 65, of
lM'arianna died 'peacefully
Tuesday morning, March
16, at his home following a
brief illness. *
James was born Sept. 3,
1944, in Bascom to the late
Leon and Estelle Dickens
Hamilton. He was a 1963
graduate of, Malone High
School and served in the
Marine Corps. James
worked for 30-plus years at
Florida State Hospital in
James was a quite and.
mild-mannered man who
enjoyed fishing and spend-
ing time. with his family
and friends.
He was preceded by his
parents; brother Tom
Hamilton; and sister Mary

- He is survived by broth-
ers Robert : +Iamilton of
Lakeland, and 1 haries L.
Hamilton of"Go6don, Ala.;
nieces, DeeDee Martin
(Carlan), Marsha Lynn
Hannum (Shannon), and
Kelly N. Haniilton; neph-
ews, Tommy Hamilton
(MaryBruce), Robin Hamil-
ton, Clint Corb.ett and
Mickey Hamilton; several
grand-nieces and' -
nephews; andTimSminith of
Greenwood, Who provided
friendship and care for
James in his final weeks.
The family of James
would like to express their
thanks to Tim Smith and
Mary Bruce Hamilton for
the love and care ihey gave
James,over the past several
,months. ,
No services are planned.
Funeral Home
Sneads, FL

Neita Belle
Brock Johns

Neita Belle Brock Johns;

Brock, Myrtle A. Mayhe of
Tallahassee, T. Eugene
Brock of Monticello, Ben L.
Briock, William L. Brock,
Melissa M. Hobbs of
Viewing will be 6 to 8
p.m. EDT Thursday, March
18, at Lanier-Andler Funer-
al Home, 8261 Highway 90
East, Sneads.
The funeral service will
be at the same location at
11 a.m. EDT on .Friday,
March 19, with interment
following at New Shiloh
Cemetery in the Chason
community, Calhoun
Lanier-Andler Funeral
Home is in charge of ar-
rangements, 593-9900..

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Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446

Brenda J.

.83, was born in Brenda J. Shirah, 55, of
Blountstown and passed Greenwood went to be
away- in Tallahassee on with the Lord on March 11,
'March 15, 2010. She was 2010. She was born Feb. 16,
the daughter of James M. 1955, in Klenn, Texas.
Brock Sr. and Beulah M. She was preceded in
Flanders Brock.. She was death by her parents, Al-
the wife of the late Ben W. bert and Lois Shirah; and a
Johns,. .- niece, Christina Shirah.
Mrs. Johns resided in Survivors include'her lov-
Chattahoocheeforthe past ing son, Anthony Shirah
15 years, having previously (Jessica); grandchildren
lived in Polk, Jackson 'and Megan and Logan Shirah;
Calhoun counties. She was one brother, Rodney
a homemaker and amoth- Shirah (Renee); nephew
er and was a member of Thomas Robinson; special
the Pentecostal church. friends Betty Lazell Sellers
In addition to her hus- and Barbara Page; special
band, she was preceded in nurses at Jackson Hospital
death by her 'father and SCU; her loving church,
mother; son Robert E. family at the Hickory Grove
Johns; and brothers James Freewill Baptist Church of
E. Brock, Roy M. Brock and Bascom; and numerous
Hubert W. Broqk,.,She is, other family members and
survived' by. her children, friends.
James B., Jearl B., Mae Bell The memorial service
Hurt of Chattahoochee, will be at .2 p.m. Sunday,
John R. of Quincy, William March 21, at the Hickory
B. of Bartow, J. Franklin Grove Freewill Baptist
and Carl L. of Lakeland; Church, with Pastor James
siblings J. M. Brock Jr., C. J. Bradley officiating.

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Waller said,, "Some states have
already moved to national stan-
dards, but not all of us."
The move to a more unified
national education system is
referred to as the Common Core
State Standards initiative. These
standards will define for every
school system the knowledge and
skills students should have within
their kindergarten through 12th
Waller explained to board
members some of the intricacies
of this competition and what
would be expected of the district
should Florida win.
Meanwhile, district education
leaders and teacher union offi-
cials statewide are frantic trying
to prepare for the potential win.
"So what does this mean to uis,"
Waller asked. "It means a great
deal to us as a district and to the
state at large."
If the state were to win Raceito
the Top, 'the money will be divid-

ed in half:,w;ith 50 percent going, participatingg LEAs,. should
,to the state education department, Florida be a winner, is the cre-
and the other half would be divid- action of a document DOE is call-
ed amongst all participating local ing a "final scope of work."
education agencies, or LEAs. This document outlines the dis-
. Jackson County is a participat- trict's input, on the new state
ing LEA, along with all but four reform plan that Florida is cur-
school districts in Florida. rently defending in Washington.
Waller explained that being an School officials will have about
LEA means Jackson County 90 da\ s from the announcement
would see a portion of award of the competition winner to
money, but it also means the local ."complete this document.
school district has some work to Waller pointed 'out to school
do. However, school officials dis- board members a few' potential
cussed at the workshop that problem areas for the district.
although the district is a willing Each district must modify
participant, at some point the school schedules' to accommo-
requirements imposed upon the date planning periods for teach-
state and district may become ers by grade level (elementary), or
mandatory anyway. subject area (secondary), without
"The way this looks to me, reducing time devoted to student
'these changes are headed our instruction.
way regardless, might as well see For example, in elementary
the money for it if we can," -schools, all first grade. teachers
school board member Terry would have to have planning
Nichols said. periods together once a week, so
The biggest commitment Of lesson plans -were in sync. This

alsoirequires secondary' schools
to have all teachers in. core sub-
ject areas plan together, as well.
"This is going to be a schedul-
ing nightmare for administra-
tion," Waller said.
In addition, each district must
conduct annual "multi-metric"
evaluations of teachers and prin-
cipals, to determine if each
teacher or administrator is "effec-
tive" or not. The definition of an,
"effective" teacher will be decid-.
ed by the state. '
Each, district will be required to
implement differentiated pay
schedules for teachers and
The DOE report cites that this
new pay schedule "ties the most
significant gains in salary ,to
effectiveness demonstrated by
annual evaluations, rather than to
degree level or years of experi-
SCategories for determining dif-
ferentiated pay are additional.

academic responsibilities, school
demographics, critical shortage
areas, and,,level of job perform-
ance difficulties which would
include working idi high-poverty,
high-minority, or persistently
lowest-achieving schools.
With these three topics before
the board and .attendees at
Tuesday's meeting, the room was
slightly tense.
Katherine Stone of the Jackson
County Education Association
was in attendance at Tuesday's
meeting, and presented JCEA's
There has been opposition
from union members on some of
the proposed reforms. But as
many stated, ultimately it is out
of the district's hands.
"We have no choice but to
make this work," Nichols said.
".'This needs to be a collaborative
effort between us, because as you
can see this is much bigger than

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served to make life difficult
for users like church groups,
who bring large numbers of
young people who need
beverages on their trek down
Hatcher has proposed a
change in the rules which
would not prohibit dispos-
ables, but would encourage
recycling them.
Under this change,
Hatcher envisions giving
each user a mesh bag as they
head to the river, which they
could use to store their plas-
tic bottles or cans until they
reach the landing at'
Magnolia Road, where recy-
cling containers would
The fee would help pay
for personnel to distribute
those bags, and to educate
the public about the rules
as they head to the water-
The rule as he proposes it
would still prohibit glass

containers and styrofoam
When the original rule
was enacted, those support-
ing it said most of the con-
tainers and other trash -were
probably being tossed into
the water by people con-
suming alcohol.
The rule as it stands does
address alcohol, but only
prohibits open containers in
the park. It does not prohibit
consumption on the river, or
bringing it in non-dispos-
able containers.
There has been some talk
of banning alcohol altogeth-
er, but little was said about
that possibility Tuesday.
State law does not prohib-
it alcohol consumption on a
vessel, but does prohibit
consumption by the operator
of a vessel.
- Whether alcohol is
banned or not, Hatcher
hopes to craft a rule change
that will encourage users of

all containers to drop them
off in the recycling bins as
they depart the river.
Some, he speculated, may
have thought they would be
in violation of consumption
rules if they'd brought their
beer cans ashore.
Another issue discussed
Tuesday night was the likeli-
hood of closing the park
when water levels get too
Referencing a situation
last year in which a group of
about 20 spring breakers
* drifted into swampy parts of
the river because of high
water, officials note the river
at or above flood stage can
be treacherous for the
novice user.


The spring breakers' trip
down river moved slower
than they anticipated as the
high water changed the pace
of the current's flow and
sent them into unfamiliar'
territory. They were 'fished
out of the river after dark,
causing officials to consider
a high-water closure rule.
Alcohol may have also been
a factor in the dilemma for
None of the issues were
fully resolved during the one
hour meeting.
Hatcher is expected to
bring a proposal' to the
Jackson County
Commission soon, before
the spring break/sunmmer
season gets in full swing.

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Lady Tigers bounce back from big

loss with win over Holmes County


Just three days after suffering,
their most lopsided defeat of the.
season, the Graceville Lady
Tigers .bounced back with a 7-5
districtvictory over the Holmes
County 'Lady Blue Devils in
Graceville lost to Arnold 16-0
on Saturday at home, but the
Lady Tigers rebounded with a
strong pitching performance
from Liza Johnson and a clutch
hit by Jenna Martin.
Johnson struggled in the loss to
Arnold, but she kept the Lady
Blue Devils off .the scoreboard
through five innings Tuesday.
"Liza did a good job,"
Graceville coach Joshua Graham
said. "She pitched real well. She
didn't get a bunch of strikeouts,
but she got a lot of pop outs and
fly outs, and sherecovered well-
from the Arnold game."
The GraceVille offense finally
gave her some support in' the
fourth inning, with an RBI triple
by Brittany Floumoy to score
Taylor McDaniel for a 1-0 lead.
In the top of the, fifth, a two-out

single by Kelly Leuenberger set
the stage for Johnson to help her-
self out with an RBI single.,
. Another RBI single from
McDaniel brought pinch-runner
Kaylee Vaughn to the plate for a,
3-0 Graceville lead.
The Lady Tigers got another
run on a Holmes County error in
the top of the sixth,' but the Lady
Blue Devils finally broke through
in the bottom of the frame.
Three RBI hits led to five runs,
in the ,i\cth. to give Holmes..
County a 5-4 edge. "
.. In, thetop of the seventh,.
Johnson and McDaniel singled.
with Shaquel Johnson's RBI sin-
gle tying the game.
After a strikeout by Floumrnoy,
Martin came through with a twIo-
RBI single to give the Lady
Tigers the 7-5 lead.
Liza Johnson walked the lead-
off hitter in the bottom of the sev-
enth, 'but she induced three.
straight pop outs to end the game.
Graham said he was proud of
his team's overall effort, particu-
larly after 'Holmes County's
sixth-inning rally.'
"I'm very happy about our per-
formance," the coach said.

Graceville's Liza Johnson goes into her wind-up during a game
earlier this season in Graceville. The Lady Tigers defeated Holmes
County 7-5 Tuesday night in Graceville. Floridan File Photo

"When-they took the lead, we
didn't give up. We just kept play-
ing hard.
"There were times in the past
where .we've gotten that lead,

then surrendered it, and we've
just kind of given up on it. But
we came back strong this time."
Graceville improved to 7-7
overall and 4-4 in district play.

Grand Ridge girls top Chipley for tourney title

The Grand Ridge Lady Indians soft-
ball finished off a 16-2 season Tuesday
afternoon with a 13-7 victory over
Chipley Rouhlac in the championship
game of the Panhandle Middle School
Conference Tournament.
Five area teams competed in the
tournament, and Grand Ridge entered
as the top seed with Rouhlac the sec-
ond seed. Rouhlac defeated Bonifay
14-2, with Graceville being ousted by
Vernon. Grand Ridge defeated Vernon
to set up the championship match.
Alayna Weiss was in the circle for
the championship game, going four
innings before giving way in the. fifth
to' Brooke Williams.
In the bottom of the first, Williams
got things going with a single, stole
second, and moved to third on a single
by Jenna Poole.
Weiss then helped herself out with a
sacrifice fly to left field for the first run
of the game.
Shelby Byler got in on the hitting
frenzy with a single but was out at sec-
ond on the next 'play. 'Mallory
McDaniel singled home a run before a
ground oute ended the inning with the
Lady Indians leading 2-0.
In the top of the third, a lead-off dou-
ble and a sacrifice scored the Lady
Tigers' first run of the game and nar-
rowed the deficit to 2-1.
The Lady Indians exploded, in the
bottom of the third inning, plating 10

runs to take a 12-1 lead.
r' With,,one out, Poole and .Weiss put
-together singles, with Byler doubling'
'home two runs.
McDaniel and Morgan Gainer both
singled to pick up an RBI each. Brandi
Walden and Christen Suber added two
singles, with Williams sending a triple
down the left field line to clear the
bases. With two outs, Weiss singled to
score Williams, then Byler doubled
home a run, and McDaniel singled
home another before astrikeout ended
.. the inning.
The Lady Indians held a 12-2 lead
after four complete innings.
The Lady Tigers added three runs- in
the fifth to make it a 12-5 game. Grand
Ridge answered with one run in their
half of the frame. Weiss and McDaniel
drew walks with Gainer picking up an
RBI on a single to the right side. ,
Rouhlac added their final two runs in
the bottom of the sixth inning.
Going into the final inning of play, it
was the Lady Indians in control 13-5
Weiss put together a one-two-three
top of the seventh to end the game and
preserve the victory.
Grand Ridge coach Tony Gurganus
,said he was pleased with his team's
effort both in tournament play as well
as throughout the season.
"In all of our games, we played well.
We just played well all year," the coach
said. "I'm very proud of them. These
girls' w ill be seen and heard from at the,
high school level. They have a lot of
talent they'll be taking withthem."'

A Grand Ridge Lady Indians player brings in a catch
during the Panhandle Middle School Conference
Tournament title game on Tuesday in Grand Ridge. -
Mark Skinner/Floridan



rained out
The Chipola/Tallahassee
Panhandle' Conference base-
ball game scheduled for
'Wednesday night in Marianna
was postponed due to rain.
The teams are scheduled to
play today at 2:30 p.m. at
Chipola Field.
The game will be the finale
of a three-game series, with
each team having won a game.
Chipola won the first game
of the series 5-3 on Saturday in
Marianna, with the Eagles ral-
lying to win the next game ,7-1
on Monday in Tallahassee.
The Indians will finish the
week with the first two of
another three-game series with
the Gulf Coast Commodores.
Gulf Coast will host the first
game Friday at 2 p.m., with the
Indians returning home
Saturday for a 1 p.m. start.

Lady Hornets

win rematch

with Bozeman
Just over a month after being
embarrassed 24-4 by Bozeman
in the season opener, the
Cottondale Lady Hornets got
some redemption Tuesday
night at home.
Cottondale jumped out to a
12-3 lead and held on 12-8, in
what is easily the Lady
Hornets' biggest win of the
season. CHS scored five runs
in the first inning, then broke it
open with seven in the sixth.
The Lady Bucks rallied with
five runs in the top of the sev-
enth, 'but the margin was too
great for a comeback.
"It was awesome,"
Cottondale coach Chris
Stephenson said of' the win.
"No one expected us to 'win
any games this year, so to beat
a team the quality of Bozeman,
that keeps the morale awfully
See REMATCH, Pag6 6A >

Lady Bulldogs

rout Bay 12-0
The Marianna Lady
Bulldogs took a 12-0 win over
Bay on Tuesday night at home.
Mallory' Dean started in the
circle and pitched a one-hit
shutout, striking out five and
walking none.
Cayce Griffin led the way
for Marianna offensively,
going 2-for-2 with a three-run
home run in the third inning,
and four RBI.
Brandi Middleton was also
2-for-2 with two runs scored.
Marianna got a run in the
first, then got five in the sec-
ond, and six in the third.
With the win, MHS
improved to 12-1 on the year.

Lady Pirates shut out Franklin County 8-0-

The Sneads Lady Pirates.started slow but finished
strong Tuesday night at home, taking an 8-0 win
over Franklin County.
The Lady Pirates improved to 9-3 on the season
with the wbin. The game was scoreless through four
innings, but the Lady Pirates broke through with a'
pair of runs in the bottom of the fifth.
Sneads loaded the bases with one out in the fifth,
and got an RBI single from Kayla Kelly and an RBI
sacrifice fly by Aleisha Edenfield to take the 2-0
lead. Sneads added six more runs in the sixth
inning, with all of them coming with two outs.
After the first two'Sneads batters of the inning
were retired, Franklin County issued a pair of walks
to give the Lady Pirates a chance to bust it open.
That they did, as Ashlen Wilson stroked a two-
RBI double. Karissa Childs later added an RBI sin-
gle as well. Sneads got three more runs courtesy of
a series of Franklin County defensive miscues to
push the lead to 8-0.
Childs started the game in the circle for Sneads
and went the distance to pick up the victory, allow-
ing just four hits, no walks, and striking out nine.
Sneads next plays Graceville tonight on the road
in a key district game. The Lady Pirates are 7-1 in
district, with Graceville hungry to move up in the
standings at 4-4.
Sneads' Ashlen Wilson makes a catch a "It should be a good game," Sneads coach Kelvin
Sneads' Ashlen Wilson makes a catch during a Johnson said. "We always have a tough time with
game against Franklin County on Tuesday night in them. It's a game we need to win. Maybe if we hit
Sneads. SHS won 8-0. Mark Skinner/Floridan it well, we'll be OK."

takes 13-7
win over


Bucks beat Pirates

Sneads Pirates pitcher John Locke delivers a pitch during a
game against the Bozeman Bucks on Tuesday evening in
Sneads. The Bucks won the game 18-2. Mark

6A Thursday, March 18, 2010 Jackson County Floridan



High School Baseball
Thursday- Sneads at
Cottondale, 4 p.m., and 6
p.m.; Malone at FAMU,
5 p.m.; Graceville at
Bozeman, 4 p.m.,' and 6
Friday- South Walton
at Sneads, 4 p.m., and 6
p.m.; Aucilla Christian at
Malone, 5 p.m.;
Marianna at Arnold, 4
p.m., and 6 p.m.;
Cottondale at Altha, 4
p.m., and 6 p.m.;
Graceville at
Blountstown, 4 p.m., and
6 p.m.

High School Softball
Thursday- Sneads at
Graceville, 4 p.m., and 6
p.m.; Cottondale at
South Walton, 4 p.m.,
and 6 p.m.; Marianna at
Liberty County, 4:30
p.m., and 6:30 p.m.;
Malone at FAMU, 4,p.m.
Friday- BoZeman, at'
Sneads, 4 p.m., and 6
p.m.; Pensacola.Caiholic
at Marianna, 4 p.m., and
6 p.m.; Aucilla Christian
at Malone, 5 p.m.
Saturday- Graceville at

Chipola Baseball
The Chipola, Indians
conclude their series
with TCC today,:at 2:.3,0 ,
p.m. at Chipola Field. -- -
Wednesday's game,
was postponed until
today due to rain.
The Indians finish the
week with a. pair of
games against Gulf
Coast, the first on Friday
at 2 p.m. in Panama City,
then Saturday at home, at
1 p.m. '-

Chipola Softball
The Lady Indians fin-,
ish the week with a
Saturday road double-
header against

Sneads Project
The Sneads Project
Graduation .Committee
will hold a'5K run/walk
and a 1-mile Fun Run on-
Saturdayt at Sneads:Park:
from 7:25 a.m. 'to 10:25'
a.m: All proceeds .go 'to
Sneads Project

Sneads Cheerleading
Tryouts for the Sneads
High School cheerlead-
ing squad for the 2010-
2011 school year will be
run through Fiiday at
Sneads High S'hool in
the old gym beginning at
3 p.m. each day.
All SHS students for,
the 2010-2011 school
year are encouraged to
try out. For more infor-
mation, please contact
Rhianna Dowling at 482-
9004 ext. 249.

Old-Timer's Game
The Grarld Ridge FFA
will sponsor the annual
Grand Ridge School Old
Timers Bas-ketball Gaffie
on April 9 at 6 p.m. in the
Grand Ridge School old
Former Grand Ridge
graduates, basketball
players and cheerleaders
are invited to attend and
participate.. Players and
cheerleaders who partici-
pate will receive a coms
plimentary t-shirt while
supplies last. Call early
to register.
Admission will be $2.
All proceeds will be used
to assist FFA members as
they participate in chap-
ter activities including
attending state conven-
tion. For more informa-
tion, contact Glenn
Alexander at 482-9835
x263 or glenn.alexan-

Youth Wrestling
Team Dynamic Youth

Wrestling Club (ages 5-
18) practice is 6 p.m..
Tuesday and Thursday
nights in the old
Marianna High School
wrestling room. ,
Come to practice'-and
sign up. For more infor-
mation, call coach' Ron
Thoreson at 272-0280.

Sports Items
Send all sports items ito
editorial@jcfloridan. co
m, or fax them to 850-
482-4478. The mailing
address for the paper is
Jackson County Floridan
P.O. Box 520 Marianna,
FL 32447.

Malone bests

Blountstown 13-7

t ,

The Malone Tigers base-
ball team took a 13-7 win
over .Bloiknitoown on-
Tuesday. night in Malone,
with a lot start and timely
hitting keying the victory.
Malone scored six in the
first inning, then answered
a BHS rally with a three-
run fifth to secure the win.
"It was a good win,"
Malone" 'coach Max
Harkrider said. "It was sort
of a sloppy game, but we
swung the bats better, and
we. played real hard. We
finally got' the big hits
when we got guys. in scor-
ing position, which was
good to' see. We need to
start doing that."
Malone got things going
in the first inning with a
lead-off double by Pittman,
who scored his teams first
run on an RBI ground out
by. WiiiIDunnawa..

Blake Henson walked
and scored on a passed ball,
and Robert Orshall's RBI
single put the Tigers tip 3-1.
An RBI single by Nick
Breeden scored another
run, and Breeden and Sean
Henry each scored on
passed balls to give Malone
a 6-1 edge.
Blountstown scored three
runs in the third and three
more in the fifth to cut
Malone's lead to 8-7. But
the home Tigers answered
with three runs of their own
in the bottom of the frame.
Hunter Dillard led off the
inning with a double, and
came around to score on an
error. Another BHS error
allowed Henry to score,
and an RBI 'double by
Dunnaway scored Pittman
for an 11-7'lead.
Dunnaway pitched all
seven innings for Malone,
allowing three earned runs
on eight hits, three walks,
and eight strikeouts.

Continued From Page 5A

'"I' told the girls before
the game, "This is a game
you're going to win.' and
that's just what happened.
You could just see it in their
eyes I hen they came out
ere. Thqy had -all the con-,
fidence in the world to win h
the ballgame and tLey did."
NMlry Auger pitched all
sever~ innings for the win,
while also going 2-for-3
with an RBI at the plate.'
"I can't say enough about
Mary and how well she
pitched," Stephenson said.
"She just blew them away.
She 'played a great ball-
Becca Skipper started in
the circle for Bozeman and
lasted only one inning, giv-
ing way to Brittany
Benefield in the second.
Daphne Obert entered jn
the sixth for Bozeman, and
that's when the Lady
Hornets offense went to

work. Three straight walks
loaded the bases with no
outs for Valerie
D'Ambrosio, who hit an
RBI single to make it 6-.1
Chelsqa Caudill's: two-
RBI double gave the' Lady
Hornets ,a five-run advan-
tage.An 'RBI triple "by
Haley Boggs made it 10-3,
and an RBI single by Auger
to score Brianna, Curl
capped the scoring for the
Lady Hornets. .
SDAmbrosio finished 2-
for-3 with two RBI andtwo
stolen bases, with
Samantha Brainerd going
2-for-4 with a double and
two RBI. Boggs was 2-for-
3 with a double, a triple,
and two RBI.
'Cottondale, now 3-11 on
the year, is. next scheduled
to travel to South Walton
today to take on the first
place Lady Seahawks at 6




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merchandise for a PatrolDocked@Snug nets, TV & built in Hitch $750250-,951 i brakeay damage. $5000. all electric, in Great
kea Pne Crins Baptis Bowrider. 45 hours. Harbor sip B-6. 334- radio & DVD, 3923hower05 Jeep Wrangler 8505262840. Condition. Finished in
Memorial Garde conference Center 14X60 2 Mercruiser 350 MPI 673-0330. $15 000. '05te sWure 8i
850-482-8196 0326 for details 4w/surroundsound,Realtree Hardwoods.
@ 260 hpMaranna F carpet, $15,900 tion.$27,000.00 OBO. g. Bd/rm, king bed Auto air, 6 cyl, $75k
copi ves.A7f '8 w. storage, dbl. cls- w/jeep, $60k without RVs/Campers racks, winch, front
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Director for Blue cesso9 D 3/2 Bowrider i/wakncluded motor trailer fully self contained, 38B-DSL, Sleeps 8 BO 334-898-1201ng de to and battery charger.
Springs Baptist w/Fireplace $27,900 board all of the ex- 350mag 225HP Johnson Mtr new stool, shower & 2 Slideouts, health. 850-352-2810
conference Center 14X60 2/1 w/new trash. Excellent condi ual sink dinettes, supereat condi- Like new. $20,500. Conquest -
Marianna carpet, $15,900. io850-763-7780 $27,000.334-470-8454 brO. eswh u nice 29,500. 334-805- Fleetwd. Bdr 07' 3- -- .
Benefits. 35 ys 14X70 3/2 $18,900 (34)300-1122. 4906 or 334-792-0010 Dutchmen 40 ft sd, loaded CH/A p. .
Managerial/ 1892 SF New Roof foot Class 2, with0-763-7780Seacraft, '896-5505. 5ft fbp, wk. horse, 8.106 36 ft. KEYSTONE'07 2008 r,
Mangere 7CROWN LINE '07, 210 Center Console, boat, 29 ft. Fleetwood 1997, Travel Trailer'06 gas, 5,900 mi. $100k .,,
Cooking exp. rCompact Tractoreq. 1999 DW 3/2 Bowrider/wake motor & trailecuryr, 95 fully self contained, 38B-DSL, Sleeps 8, OBO 334-898-1201 stone Laredo RL29.
Pick up appiLoader, backhoea- w/Fireplace $27,900 board tower. 35mag 225HP Johnson Mtr, new b slid e Ramout & 2 Sdeoutsel, 2 slide, call Mike (34)791-
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nditioners 0 Lakeshore Dr. $35,900 850-763-7780 $28,000. 334-470-8454 brakes,wh., runs tion: $8,700. 334-797- 334-406-4555 i-I 6. Cit .,

contact icess ladder, Bemini, cover incl.$5500 850- &Reese Hitch 334-618-6572. 5 5 entcnditin, gar-
sncowell, very clean, 1272 Chipley with AM/FM radio, on 527-4455 00no Auto Engines/
3/2 Brick Home Fisher '01 Hawk 18 Great cond. $6,850. 4 C t. r I rp,3 I rn r1.
2008KubotaBX24-441-8908892 SF New Roof foot, Class 2, with, 334-696-5505. 5thWheel'0636ft. KEYSTONE'07334655Layton Travel Trailer ing, a mustto see. Parts/Misc.
Compact Tractor, reestSingle Carport 115 Mercury out- Montego Bay, 4 Copper Canyon 5th stone Laredo RL29.
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Diesel, 4 Asking XLgty 850-265-4426 Dotha trailer,2 fish finders, Ski, 60 hrs, very 073500 Diesel round sound, g. liv- Monaco '03Dynstyntn0 n 03na 1965 Muobo
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contact cess ladder, Bemini, cover incl. $5500 Bot0- & Reese Hitch 334-618-6572.. s, areeker sale3343939669; 32/1 in town, quiet Chipley with AM/FM radio, on 527-4455 Asking $74,300. 3 1 n seon o 6 so n
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Kay's asking $800. dep available April 1 ders900 Gulf Coast very well kept inder tCampers/Travel 32ft. 3-slides, 2-A/C, motion satellite dish, MERCEDES'97 E320,
Jewelry &Watches _____ Realty 850-265-4426 shelter.7$14,000.9334- lohnton 150HP. '08 32,ft.wLIKes, 3 Original 1965 Mus-
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3 1.5 KT Diamond neighborhood. & swim in the pool toM~coerexcokend, M S r f6 &I manr extras' clean, Brake-Buddy for tow 5th Wheel; 2 slides/2 Ao i Misc
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side. Pd. $2,600. starting at $481 Enclosed Gas, Elec. appl. 1 Has 12' side-outcameras,,Ktow 234K miles, 70K on performance
new at Kays asking Equal Hous sites, boats, cabins, Royal0816ftstick Caro Trailer sell slide out,queenerator, Sabre by Palamino Home theater sys. engine runs package,82k,
FREE Y2 month rent play tennis, ride Javelin '99.19' Rene loaded, no smoke, no '08, 28 ft 5th wheel Leather euro recliner, S er/Beige excel
on 2BR BAin nice horses, fish, or relax grade F/S biministeering boat w/60 for or trad pets Exc. Cond.$19,500 Terry Camper 16 Fullyslides, desk, Kinxtra OK, 03 American ge, very condition $79,5000

1.5 KT Diamond neighborhood.TDD#711 Nicel wooded 125 HP Mercury 4-stroke for an RV/ Travel OBO,500 334-718-8848 sleeps 6. A/C. clean asking $45K $695BOIvmsg 334-347-6023

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new at Kays asking Equal Housin for all owner 14' New Enclosed Gas, Elec. appl. 1 FILTER 30-60 w/toolas 12'slide-out,tow 234K miles, 70K on performance
$1,500. firm. no Opportunity 850-509-8817 Royal '0816 ft. stick Cargo Trailer will sell slide out,queen bed, pckg, 5.5 KW Gen. trans, engine runs package, 82k,
appraisalTDD#711 c. .steering boat w/60 for $2200 or trade Exc. Cond. $19,500 Terry Camper 16' Fully loaded xtra OK, body damage, very nice, $9,500.
serious inq. onl Nicely wooded 1.25 HP Mercury 4-stroke for an RV/ Travel OBO 334-718-8848 sleeps 6. A/C. clean asking $45K $695 OBO Iv msg 334-347-6023
serious90 yacre ots in Malone, engine. PT/T; loaded. Trailer/,5th wheel/ or 718-8863 $500. 334-435-9801 334-687-3171 (334)677-7501
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47Sisters Yard Sale: Si 6i. 50e DEPENDABLE NEWSPAPER $40/ea 850-594-9923 (850)209-7780 (850)592-2507 Mens baseball cleats 850-209-2036
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liincareincl. 850- 2008 Fisher 1754, 321cut to 9', $300 850- GOLWING-Heel-Toe 4053/579-4829 593-6305/272-7744
bakeware, tools, Mobile Ho, Srane & es 'alid drier08 Arctic Cat Antique marble top 6-2414 UTV5 MOTORCYCLE nique Coffee & end
hhod items, furn for Rent Prowler 700 EFI, 4X4, 4 DUNCAN PHYFE- BASKET MAKING FOLDING LAWN COVER- CYCLE SAC $250'(850)592-2507
moree Pets Policwarnwinch, other Straight back chairs REED- 4 LG ROLLS CHAIR-BLUE $5 $25 (850)592-2507 Rocker Recliner,
To Visit Visited 2/1 near Sunland extras, only 70 moi. A L F n R $50; (850)592-2507 $20 (850)592-2507 (850)592-2507 MOTORCYCLE emerald green $75
$450/mo $500 dep. 1 $9500 3285 gallon ShopVac $15 BED FRAME- ADJUST- FREE appliances if RADIO- WORKS 850-272-4053/579-
S 0 yr lease 850-693-0570 4 Wheeler 06 Yamaha Earn an average of 850-593-6305/272- ABLE $25 you come pick up. GREAT, $125 4829
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FR.young adults. Five years related trades aVe (850) 526-3614 bottles Mona Vie BIRD-PARROT HOW Fridgidaire40"PElec. New lightood ceiling sling, bayonette, 2
St. Office/home furn, $500 & up H20 goerience as ell as excellent (334) 791 health drink. $75 for T- BOOKS &UP Range, good cond. fan w/wooden pan runs ammo. $45
childs items, sewing/ http://www all 7 850-209-2036 (850)592-2507 $100. 850-579-4909 els $25 850-482- 850-263-2701
com. 850-258- Oak camo edition. w/ 60 rounds of am- sion X3, fully loaded arms $100850-593- ew Singer Sewing Gown
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1851 2816 850-482-4285 Brown Turkey Fig Gold Microfiber Sofa $500 (850)573-0599 $8/ea or $250 for all
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nfeatures forincl. 850- 2008 Fisher 1754, 3261 cut to 9', $300850- GOLDWNG- Heel-Toe 4053/579-4829 593-6305/272-7744
1015 40hp mercury, 4- insurance & valid driver's license Antique marble top 526-2414 Shifter $75 starter
stroke, Available from Com mercial Nemtrgue$50;(850)592-2507ws PrOversized Recliner, Unique Coffee & end
32 in C'dale, no pets, trollin mtr, Hum- and mahogany end CHRISTMAS TREE emerald green $125 table, palm/elephan
CH/A $425 850-258- mingbird 565, TAC, table $75 850-209- STAND- LARGE $5 GOLDWING SEAT- 850-272-4053/579- motif. $300 850-272-
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.HONDA '06 Shadow, Yamaha '05 Zuma 1999 254 AG-MASTER FORD '77 F100 subcontractors, sup- L1491
2003 Toyota Camry Honda '05 Civic, TOYOTA '10 silver Candy Apple Red, 2.8 50cc, 5000 miles, ev- Tractor, 4 wd with 6cy., short wheel purchase a full set of IN THE CIRCUIT
XLE V-G, 75Kmiles. All Great ags saver, $300 Prius, brand new, w/ miles, LIKE NEW, everything on it works, $2000.334-522-6709 od. 50000 m set COU IN THE CIRCUITON
power, sunroof, down, $299/mo. Call extended warranty: $5,300 229-334-8520, nice scooter. $900 $2000. 334-522-6709 good. $2,00. pcuments for COURT FORIJACKSON
AM/FM cass.6 CD Steve Hatcher 334- gps, solar/moon roof 229-296-8171 OBO 334-621-0059 Bushhog 9044, field 334-735-40 125.00refundable. PROBATE DIVISION
Disc Changer, Red. 791-8243. etc. 334-899-4545 HONDA '98 Valkyrie _____ _90 ready, shelter kept. .. .l. P
Asking $10,000. Call r 334- HYUNDAI '08 Accent Volkswagen '06 Bee Tourer all original, SportUtilityVehile $10,500 B334- CHEVY '91, 1 Ton 12ft Ft ill not File No.: 09-286PR
334-796-1513 or Excellent condition, tie, auto, diesel, 42K low miles, runs great 347-4283 or 334-447- Flat Bed Dump Truck e .:i-rd to major Division: Probate
Ch693-2099 as k for 35 MPG, 18600 miles, miles, 40MPG, load- asking $6,500 OBO Chevy '03 Tahoe 2572 $5,500 OBO 229-334- u.:. ',ra.:-:.r ,(me-
Chase 5sp, trar'm; ".. ed. $16,000. 334-897- 334-693-5454 3rd Seat, good cond., FORD TW 15 Trctr 8520, 229-296-8171 l g IN RE:ESTA ETH
'""'' $95400 1 3 34 ,22.38,03 2497 or 334-672-1655 HONDA '99 750 Ace, $11,000. OBO 334 685 w T 14p T c hevy *91 Cherokee pl other
w/cab, 140hp, exe. Chevy '91 Cherokee -pir-ari other LINTON,
Hyundai '96 Elarr a VW '06 Passat, load- Loaded, Black, 9K mi, 3921 or 3347958411 cond. $12,100. obo pickup, lift gate FORD '5* F 15,. ,r, ubcr ra,:t,r may
Fair C.ornd Needs ed, blue/black, GPS, $3,000 334-703-7724 Chevy '04 Tahoe, 2 cultivator sold sep. $1500 850-352-4724 4x4 Auto, $5,300 229- purchase drawings Deceased.
Tranr,-. a.-,r ,"itn sattalite radio, new Kawasaki '07 Vulcan LS, Beige, 83000 334-701-1836 334-8520, 229-296- and specifications at
DVD Ster. v st $i850 tires, like new inside 1600 Mean Streak Sp. miles,PW, PL, CHEVY '96 S10 f 8171 the rate of NOTICE TO
OBO 334-475.6267 or & out. 119K, moving Ed. 1100 Mi $6500 Radio/CD, tinted Gandy 4row insec- l Ford 95 LTL 9000 $2.00/sheet of draw- CREDITORS
Acura '05 TSX 96K 334-475-0084 overseas. $12,000. OBO 334-441-7909 wdws, running bds, de applicator $750 334-687-0411 Ford '95 LTL 9000 ings and 20f/page of
S334-347-0414$14,000. 850-718- w/double boxes, for Septic Truck, 5000
ack S TD L ^oaded 334-347-0414 Kawasaki '08 Vulcan 14000.8 185 hemios e o Dodge '02 Dakota T c th specifications. The adm strationIof
$112k West Main_ 7040, 569-6774. two chemicals Dodge '02 Dakota galIon capacity with
$11,200 West Main VW i07 Rab 900 .:ustom, 2400 GREAT CONDITION mounted on tool bar. Leather Int. Quad cab new moro pump. 334- Bidding documents LIAM KENNETH
Car Sales LLC,., mile,. w windshield, ION ood condition. $400. Clean cond. Fully 693-5718 will be sent UPS, colLINTON deceased,
31 4.9 -. ,,t new.1 !0.0 ,u ,:edtl 0 .3-1 0 Friegill oer 06' exc: lect, unless other- whose date f death
3.-.3 4 C 43ul- F } ,' -"' - 6233cr954. wise specified, was September 23,
In.f4.i3.i399 ,2 33i7,.r 96.5.421 ". ,: r. I:J. ,. 334. 0. 2009, is pending in
Svet Loaded $5.395 a, Antiques INCOME Gr-a, W'e ,.quah.f, .,:,T-panied by a bid Jackson County, Flor-
rLac1r9 9W-sMtubiOPPORTUNITY '.ish1 Ra ,,-r., or a cashier's ida, Case No. 09-
LLC 1MiWestCr Main 974 ChOvroRlet STAINLESS Mitsubishi P, r checK, made payable 286PR, the address of
EtC 334.99-i 0 0VChv1974 Cr, evr,:,Set TAINESSDur Cr ew
JE E 699-58a0 Camaro LT 350 V8 Chevy 05 Tah. SEAL, DINERDr Crew to the chipola Col- which is 4445 Lafay-
fact 49,00 m, leat, er. STYLE, Cb.V Loaded, 32K lege Board of Trust- ette Street, Marian-
BMW'01330ci 89k JEEP '06 Wrangler, s r ac t r. CON ION 1500 ,. 34-791-0646 ees, Marianna, Flori- na, Florida 32446. The
dsoft top, 49K miles, 2 80% compete e NADA Kawasaki 09 Z4 er,.nce $18.995 TRAILER ,-urr, 3barrlr,.:. I da in the sum of 5% names and address-
$11,500 West Main door, auto,4wheel $12,000.%compl needs home Kawaonster e(ner ed,. Wre 50-594694 INCLUDES ur.,rer -Ire .:,r the base bid as a es of the personal
Car Sales LLC drive. $13,000. 334- asking $ 9,500.334 h on ppes, p. r GRIDDLE, HOT & ru .', h berh-r I guarantee and with representative and
askg1919 West Main St. 685-0846$6 9 0. 334 om r7h G COLD TRAYS. ru:-, 2rc:. Navistar .98 Eagle, .ar. agreement that the personal repre-
334M699-5880 it693-5454fornar ier. h I. BOILING TRAYS. r. ntr,,- t. ht 525E Cummings the bidder will not tentative's attorney
BMW'04 3301 la8 k miless. $9,700i. TRIPLE SINK Gr bump : .. ngn-. new tires, all revoke or cancel his are set forth below.
w/tan leath, er. auto-. 334.;'90.1852. S9,0. OBO -ap .:.,', tre$d equipment included, bid or withdraw from
mu334 901652.S34- -28.6 t. 0.t:eliet running the competition for a All creditors of the
mahc. sunrooff .good Kawaski '0i Vu ,.ra.n -Au li .. 6' ,:.r.dt,'r,. $10,500. period of thirty (30) decedent and other
B13.900334-685 6233 iK urunroatf Eiras Chevy '09 HHR LTI Lilliston 6000. il pa.:-.lurr, r5072cor334- 96594 ing of bids, and that claims or demands
loaded, 96K mae, Lexus '00 ES300 Beuerrc -at ler,, n pp es eata alpr, e aterei3 r.d$1 an LO A- in the eventthe con- against decedent's
white, excellentcon- PlatimumModel98K partscar 1958 Me e RiCtr.,apwa $Iu"ii.Sonoma '03 GMC tract is awarded to estate on whom a
ditn $6,008 Loaded $7,20e West curyTurnpkeCr8,is- & many extra's $4000 w/mp3, 17" H polish- or 334-447-2572 4 Extended Cab 4.3V6 the bidder, he will copy of this notice is
esk OBO. 334-750-6237 ed alum. whls. 19KEngine Automatic within ten (10) con- required to be served
334-70338MiCrale s LLCd er 4 door, black, $14,500. 334-793- Massey Ferguson 240 Power brakes & secutive days after it must field their claims
1919 West Main St. Power back Mojo Motor Scooter 4189/334-790-4857 400 hrs. like new windows. Clean secuive days after itust file their claims
CADILLAC '06 DTS 334-699-5880 windshield.Gigantic '05, 200mi, Blue, $9,800. OBO 334-794- Ford '00 Rahger, 101K $7,800. Call 792-0603. is submit, entract with this court WITH-
Exc. cond., leather 430cid engine, Push $1650 850- 258-1638 Chevy '99 Tahao, 3226 miles, manual, new ith thinnerC iTH TER THE
seats, 4dr, beige int. Lincoln 01' Excutive button trans. Will eed afew parts. Motorcycle trailer, 3 limited edition, all l BLegalAds lee in accordance TIME OF THE FIRST
fully loaded.$12,900. Series 103K mi. n ca e a bikerX8 $450. Neg. power, 141K miles. E Vans 3346930685e acc e
334701-1836 $2000 cash or need a $5300 0BO 334-618- '02 FISO XLT with the accepted PUBLICATION OF
334-701-1836 w/reg. serve power ickup so will trade 334-984-2044 7381/334-702-4394 Ford '02 F150 XLT, NoC s id.The cost a the THIS NOTICE OR 30
Cadillac'94 windows & seats' or a good work Rd Kawasaki 09' 1978 ChevyStepVan, red, 4WD, Tritonbondwill be included DAYS AFTER THE
FleetwoodBroug- w. lumbar leather truck.Call/text 796- Nina Like New 250R Ford '06 Expedition does not run, $500. V/5.4L eng, 104,168 as part of the bidders DATE OF SERVICE OF
FaeeTood rug6V int. new tiresaadultsdoereotpna fe-bid deropos Da T
ham. Top cond., fully t. new tires 0755 Nights and w/ jacket 3,500. mi. Black 36K Rear Air NEG. 334-347-0619 mi.Super Crew Cab, LF14890 base-bid proposal A COPY OF THIS NO-
restore $4,795. OBO $ driven exc$00. condash firm weekends only pis. $3,995. 334-692-3211 3rd Row Seat, Leath- good tires, tool box, TICEONTHEM.
334- 693-3980 $6-900. c-489shfirm Lave Mess er $22K Neg. Like Chevy 03' Astro van $13,500. 334-894-1212 INVITATION TO BID NOTE: There will be a
Caprice '87 Classic 334-790-4892 I Motc I -- New 334-7180087 Lt pact. 61K ac:tal or 334-494-2823 mandatory Pre-Bid All other creditors of
71CapKrice87 Classic 7 Z I Morrycl mi rear air. v,.er, nice Bids will be received Conference March the decedent and
g. mi., A/C & Lincoln '07 MKZ, GMC'00 J;mmv. cFor,d3. 03'V-8$Bdyiluerci0
heatks.Goodcond.Lighttanw/beige in-/ creat ord.. $4 O d. 7.800 m Superre 30,200 m by the Chipola Col- 31, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. other persons having
h eat wk s G o od 5 on d .c 5. d2 0 0 3 .1 5,,6 0 a fte r, p m p e rc re 3 ,20 0 m i. b e
OBO 850-557-4946 seats, ABS, side ask for Tom Chrysler 95 oager, $14,000 334-494-0460 ees, Marianna, Flori- Colle inge oPhysicall against decedent'sheir
Chevrolet '93 Cap- airbags, 37k mi, NA- v6. auto.. eat 6. or 334-393-6479 Thursda, until 2:00p.m., Generant BuldiContractors claims with musthise courtheir
rice, white, 70K DA $21,175 sell for GMC 99 Yulkor, SLE. prr. am rt n css.Thursday, AprilE 8 who lan to submit a WITHIN 3 MONTHS
milesextraclean, $17,900 850-14-0155 Triumph Da'tr, p r.IK e. ne tr. OW FORD '07 F250 Super 2010 in the Public whoplantosubmita WITHIN 3 MONTHS
miles, extra clean, $17,900 850-814-0155 $ Triumph 5Da., :ll3 S0 s92- Duty V-8 Crew Cab Service Building Con- bid or this project, AFTER THE DATE OF
new tires, $4300. Mazda 03' Tribute Typ.e Fi ST spr OBO 92- LT, 2WD, 18K miles, ference Room, at see Section B, 'n- THE FIRST PUBLICA-
334-792-8018 exc. cond.106K mi '06 HD Dyrn Wide B.le. carbor, e.h ,r, Hummer '06 H3, 41k 2532 Tan, $32,000 334-688- which time and place structions to Bidder- TION OF THIS NO-
Chevrolet 94' Camaro $7000. 334-692-9915 GGlde-FXDWG. Black. tires, brakes, 334- miles, moon roof,. Ford '01 Windstar 8606, 334-695-0688 all bids received Will s", Paragraph B-16. TICE.
Chevrolet 94amaro$7,000. 334-692-9915 Like new. customs. 693-9390 or 701-5588 leather seats satilite Runs/Looks good be publicly opened /
T-tops, needs restor- 6600 rni. $14.7S0.404- FORD '07 F-350,5.9 L ad peadcly opene
ing. $995. 791-78 0.404- Uited Motor Scooter radio, blue exterior. .OBO334-797- w and ad alou for The Ownerreseres ALL CLAIMS NOT
Chevy '03 Cavil5er .B .- 2 NB '08. 80mpg, 1000 mi.'s $22,495 OBO.798-9695 3446 /334-886-2739 milesL rew$29,5Cab50K furnishing all labor the right to waive FILED WITHIN THE
wrecked $350. Good 2003 tZ2s, boug $3000m 445-6302 miles $ 295 00 3347n and materials for the informalities in any TIME PERIODS SET
wrecked $350. Goc..] b Jhee'! M 04 'A W n er, 69- 7770 c..r,;.ru.:i.nof: bid, and to reject any FORTH IN SECTION
drive train, NOT new in 200, $200 Yamaha-01 RoadStar train rated, less than l New Centralized or all bids, or to ac- 733.702 OF THE FLOR-
DRIVABLE 334-767 7 .'ZF2 re Midnight Ed 1600,. 27K miles, hard & Chilled Water Plant cept any bid and any IDA PROBATE CODE
7748 46 .0 ZMaidei over,3000+ miles, softtops, AM/FM CD. for combination of alter- WILL BE' FOREVER
er748 C aMazda 5, 07' Grand hape and maiu Black $ 5,100. OBO AC, tilt, and cruise. f- Chipola College nates or separate bid BARRED.
Chevy '04 Cavalier touring, exc cond re- thfer Buy. (334) 655-9111 334-693-9009 Marianna. Florida prices that, in their
4DR, AC, Low miles mainng warr.48K 334 76-3842 ..i '7 r All ,.,rr shall be Judgement, will be to NOTWITHSTANDING
GREAT GAS MILEAGE mi. black $11,500 3rd 95 Wr i i ar .:ne according to the best interest of THE TIME PERIODS
NICE CAR, LOW 334-445-3652 or 256- Big Dog 06' md n lln r Fod 7 Ranger an and specifica- Chipola College SET FORTH ABOVE,
PAYMENTS! $300 452-8026 Maitiff 14.500K m,. o '-nly i$5.i'0. -34 .'..1 [. .. v t;cr,s prepared by ANY CLAIM FILED
down $199 per mo. black. 117 cubic inch.. 00p ANY CLAIM FILED
Call 334-791-8243 Ask Mercedes '00 E320 eng; e.sp. Baker 2987 314 ;0 i516 E $, Paul A. Donofro and CHIPOLA COLLEGE TWO (2) YEARS OR
frCall 334-791-8243 Ask Mercedes'gon $650E320 engrane.6-VpH. BDGker a-r a_ ____ Associates, Archi- BY: /s/ Dr. Gene MORE AFTER THE DE-
for Steve Hatcher C Wagon $6500 trans. V&H. D&G e334 790 99 tects, 2910 Caledonia Prough, President CEDENT'S DATE OF
Chevy '05 Monte Car- 334.220-2654 chrome spear a.r n Yamaha '05 Vna', Jeep 04' Wranler \ X BU V M E Street. Marianna, Chipola College DEATH IS BARRED.
loCust, paint Char. Mercedes 97' SL50o take X gaur warr ba0nniv etor,,r J4.UL 6cyl 5s d-- Florida 32446. Plans Board of Trustees,
Gray Many Cust. opt. Hd top cony. 54K m. Lotsl e abke o- fla r ec. Kr- . Lt.k Cdl BTTp. AC tire orn file and open The date of first pub-
Fr End Damage $4800 leather int. Winecol- cated n Troy A. nd., 6K mi., 196,:c m alloy PLYMOUTH Grand FORD '08 F250 to inspection in the location of this notice
OBO 334-475-6267 or3346933980 $16,800 334-50-07 incl. sissy bar, whls, Mopar bmpr & oyager, 4 new tires DIESEL,DVD 95,000 office of the Archi- nisMarch 18,2010.
Chevy 1969 Camaro leather, Hd. top, Con- lectors item, cyl, 2 chger, $6,200.334- 1 owner -3 rd car power steering matic transmission, Street, Marianna Attorney for Personal
ext. black int. manual cyl. Cd, 89K mi. ange, exc cond, $17,999. OBO low mileage, $3,250 BLUE exterior, TAN so on file in the fol- Danielle M. Polock
4-speed$9000. $9,500.334-898-1201 street legal. $1295. 334-803-6882 OBO 334-687-9845 or interior, 4WD, ABS lowing plan rooms: Notice of Meeting Florida Bar No.
256-278-4276 334-774-2521 334-774- Bs UY r nME!-- 5334-355-1118 a/c, alloys, am/fm, F.W. Dodge Plan 0070309 Mercury '01 Villager, 2773 after 5 P.M. JEEP 1987 Wrangler CD, cruise, driver Rooms, Tallahassee, On Tuesday, March Fisher, Butts,
eyreatNfamil vlan, ,Da4 14x4, ac, ps, ac, at, 0 airbag, leather int., and Pensacola, Flori- 23, at 6 PM, the Jack- Sechrest Warner &
Chevy '71 El Camino, a 'ila HARLEY DAVDSON YAMAHA '06 new engine/trans/ Wanted passenger airbag, PL, da. son County Board of Palmer, P.A.
350 Engine, es$7500, 02 Fatboy with lots Roadstar 1700cc, tires, hard top. 792- I Automobiles PS PW, sun roof, county Commission- 5200 S.W. 91st Ter-
850- 594-3282 loaded CallSteve of Chrome, Black, Black, Motorcycle. 8018/792-8827. $6500. tow pkg. $28,000 Drawings and speci- ers will hold its regu- race, Suite 101
CHEV i8 lkebr 5 0Stere w$10 25035201 -(229f942-0667 fications may be ob- lar meeting at 2864 Gainesvilte,Florida
CHEVY 86 Celebrity Hatcher 334-791- $10,250352-303-2 5000 miles. Vance Nissan 04' Murano Corvair for parts taied from the of- Madison Street, Ma- 32608
86k, clean, good cond 8243. Harley Davidson '02 Hines Exhaust Sys- loaded new tires 1965-69 will haul off. Ford 2001 F150, ice of theArchitectlorida. Telephone: (352) 373-
Nisan'0 ALim e. 2 heritage Classic, lo s xtam 4hauameta TOYOandi6 Four 3 7 5tr L ed sfter rechitec tr eet, Mariaa. nadpone:
$1500.334-793-2142 Heritage Classic, ots tern. 4 helmets andl color pewter leather 334-678-6990 Harley Davidson at Post Office Box 5922
Chevy 64'Suberban S, 5 speed, 32k mi. $13,000.OBO. 3 '- gel cushion. One int. 72,55K mi. ed black, qua 861, 2910 Caledonia In accordance with
runs good goodtires like new,REDUCED $1,588-2409/798-9478 owner, garage keptt $13,900. OBO 334- Trucks-HeavyDuty cab, fully loaded Street Marianna the Americans with Personal Reprsenta-
$2800. 334-718-9617 $10,900 850-482-2994 Mike ner, $8000. 673-0823 c$10,500. 34-797-7190 Florida 32446. Gener Ds a tr ive:,
Chevy '97 Corvette, Nissan '06 Altima, Heritage Softail02' 334- 618-5833. NISSAN '06 Pathfind- 2008 F-250 Ford FORD 2005 Lariat al Contractors may sons needingg special Kenneth Jacob Linton
d ringe lik er LE, 270hp, bose Lariat Exc. Cond. F350 Dually, 4X4 obtain one (1) set Of accommodation to 5227 Oak Drive
red, with removable sunroof, power doors Springer like new, to YAMAHA '08 V-star audio w/6 disc CD 13,176 Mi. $36,000 loaded, trailer brks documents upon participate in this Marianna, Florida
glass to extra clean & window AM/FM, many ext. to list 250, BurgUndy,ew remote keyless entry Truck is fully loaded sunroof. 139K mijes $150.00 deposit, meeting, should con- 32446
$12,0 00 0 39K0 is0,50 8 s!Likenew! 34,263 miles. $$9,000. 850-569-2840 $18,995. 334-791-6514 which will be refund- tact the 'Administra-

new, asking pay-off moon roof, spoiler, sary edition, 16K $17,000334-790-6700 tended cab. Good auto trans. Forest paid, in good condi- sistant may be con-5 CHEK
$16,700.334-470-8454 leatherint. very miles, lots of chrome cond., $9,500. OBO Green ext. Camel tion, within ten (10) acted at 2864 Madi-
clean, Like new. & extras, garage '05 Scooter, 90mpg, TOYOTA '06 Four 334-798-3352 Leather int. Loaded days after receipt of son Street, Marianna, OT THE
u$15,000. obo, kept. $11,000.334- 49cc Heavy Duty, Runner SR5, 2wd, w/options. Family bids. General Con- FL, 32448, (850)482-
S 334-372-0702 or 792-1344 Like new, low miles, 59,700 miles, white, CHEVY '87 delux 10 death forces sale. tractors requiring 9633, or (800) 955- C SIIEDS!
334-432-0302. Must see, $1200 OBO excellent cond. Red w/blk stripes. 3,100 mi. Asking $45K more than one set, 8771(TDD).
S334--0 Harley Davidson 05' 850-482-7739 $18,700. 334-796-3130 $2000. 334-714-9558 334-687-3171
FLHTCI Electra glide
cla.- sic 9.000 rri.
Corvette '81 Oblack. l ided.
Automatic 350 .- $13,800. 334 14' 377
(Silver) sell asisa
334-774-1915 Nissan '07 Pathfinder .e
Datsun '78 280Z 2+2, SE, Black, Auto. 56K '.
original owner, 5 mi. leather int., 3rd1P
speed, fuel injected, row seat, Like new. -''
180k miles, some $16,000. 334-897-0582 HARLE~ DAVIDSON
rust, runs but needs T'O8 1200,) SIorister
work. $2500 OBO 850- Nissan '08Atima CuZtr.m. 11,)8 Mile. |..
79- 2136 IV mg UNDER WARRANTY,0 wr rart. Lk.e new.
rd04 Crwn Victo- $269per monti Call08 GT n $ 3034702 4 O 8I Pi Self Storage
miles, drives like a Ellis 334-714-0028 Harley Davidson '(6 I...pes. i Controlled
dream. $8700 321- Nissan '08 Sentra, L,',w Rider. leys than
231-6363. 4DR., like new! $200 K mi. blac. warran-
Ford 05' Mustang V-6 down, $229/mo. Call r. perfect cond. s
auto; 59K mi. $9,9009. Ron Ellis 714-0028.- many'tras.$1 3,5001

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334-798-2747 Plymouth 'wVo, Harley 8 p5r0-2-0 _lllin P InSrdince e e gmCalel.comlt otroe

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d a MUST SELL! $200 LW Hnare d (i.nIiiii.Dir n l Hom e SoaForGeneral (iiii iiS
down $2 per month F.R-,'i' 'InTplstiu e Cplast Rntdoe Housedh
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Ford '6599 Crown Vicauto, 334-714-0028 t2,: 0 3rI3t 490-1467 pincr, 1P60 cAm nu rp 2 EL | | eABLes
ian, 69 K miles,' $,9 beefmaPNtI15 1,hyah oRcom nFr.l'r pr G llR s Cle.R,.ing Repairs & Additions Key Pad Ent
obo. 334-671-505 or Temp est 4 door [ iTile tr *1 0.'"I (f850) 693-1360 rom m, *Inergy Efficiencyf Mn-Ge
33FORD-Brand5051 with 326 engine, ,Bul3,GrotR8,,,, 7 e e30 Years in Business in Marlanna0 2 n Ud Month FREE

15Ford '93 Taurus, runs Runs great! Good d, -s .les &.,,, :,_k Ihaa ton-. tm'at.eSld 1R d85 9 3
good, needsAC, condition.age, ded $12,5000 Put over 30 yrs. ..... f I teres
$220 00334-4059 -3*028 H Oie S O o,,

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Ford f.1uta--I lt.,, 4L2:10 l. $6600 OBO Mon-Fri 9-4:30 Fl oeooI g S of Your Home"
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ome nr. oyota '09 Camry Honda 06' Rebel Solid o teocwk :Software Installations
This is a great Commuter car. white winshield & I 'I .)IrC Tn e asom Trim teiws Installation General
This a 21,000 miles. Still un- sadle bags 2600 mi.C Rot & Bath Aditions o alatGeneralRepairs
project car, has 21 0 miles )StillCer1- sa entcaF2600r m ,, ,l ,, m los .:- Affordable Rates ia H. Long, J:
original tor der warranty $16,900. $3000. OBO 334-886- Porchtes & Decks Home & Office William H. Long, Jr.
ing $3950. 334-726-2972 3326334-714-1110 T D VisWalk-in Showers i its. nsured
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10 OA -.Thursday, March 18, 2010 Jackson County Floridan


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Tax deadline approaches

An important deadline is approaching
for Jackson County property -owners.
Property owners who don't pay their
2009 ad valorem taxes by end of day on
March 31will be penalized to the tune of
3 percent of the full amount owed, in
addition to a $10 advertising charge.
The advertising charge was set by the
Florida Department of Revenue, and is
assessed because the tax collector will
have to publish a delinquent tax roll after
the deadline has passed.
J For those who mail their tax payment
to the office, no penalty will be assessed
as long as the envelope is postmarked by
March 31.
Ad valorem taxes are charged on real
estate and certain other personal proper-
On March 22, Tax Collector Sherry
Brown will be mailing reminder notices
of the upcoming deadline. She said the
reminder will go out to all who had not
paid by March 11.

Those who paid after that date will still
get the reminder, but can disregard it.
,March 11 is simply the cutoff date for
preparing the mailing list, Brown said.
Taxes can be paid in person, via tradi-
tional mail, or online at jacksoncounty-
After-hours drop boxes are located at
the Tax Collector's Office in the Jackson
County Courthouse in Marianna; at the
Graceville branch office at 5385 Cliff St.;
and at the branch office in Sneads, locat-
ed at 8087 U.S. Highway 90.
For more information, call the
Marianna office at 482-9653, Graceville
at 263-3218, or Sneads at 593-6737.
Brown's office will issue further
updates on the tax season as it progress-
es. According to Brown, her office has so
far collected and distributed to the appro-
priate taxing authorities roughly $17.2
million in ad valorem taxes, about 78
percent of the total her office expects to
That total' reflects the amount paid.
from Nov. 1 through Feb. 28. *.


Ribbon cut at Kokopelli Cleaning The Jackson County Chamber of Commerce
held a special ribbon cutting for Kokopelli Cleaning Services during the Feb. 23
Chamrber Ambassadors luncheon at The Court House Coffee Shoppe, 2849 S.
Madison St., Marianna. Kate Blair of Alford, owner of Kokopelli Cleaning
Services, provides primarily commercial cleaning services and some residential
services and can be reached at 573-351!0. Contributed photo

New Vision at Jackson Hospital The Jackson County Chamber of Commerce
joined with Jackson Hospital for a ribbon cutting at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March
2, for New Vision. Special Care Hospital Management Corporation began offer-
ing New Vision in-patient medical stabilization services at Jackson Hospital for
adults with drug, alcohol and related health issues on March 3. For more informa-
tion on their services, contact David Morales, Service Coordinator, or Leslie' Hall,
Intake Coordinator, at 718-2845 or 1-800-939-2273. Contributed photo

Outside the Lines The Jackson County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon
cutting at 4 p.m. on Thursday, March 4, for Outside the Lines Art .Studio and
Gallery, 2863 S. Caledonia St., Marianna. Owner Debra Pelc Menacof pro-
vided information .on the art classes and special. art events available.
Participants enjoyed viewing the artwork and sampling refreshments. Marianna
Mayor Paul Donofro Jr., Main Street Director Charlotte Brunner, Chamber
Ambassador Co-Chairman Kisha Basford and Chamber President Art
Kimbrough each welcomed Debra to downtown Marianna and wished her
great success with her studio. For more information on the classes and services
available, call 557-2399. Contributed photo

Absolute Business Solutions The Jackson County Chamber of Commerce
held a ribbon cutting for Absolute Bbsiness Solutions, 4189 Lafayette St.,
Marianna, at 4 p.m. on Friday, March 5. Chamber past chairman Jamie
Streetman welcomed new owner Scott Gary to the Marianna business commu-
nity. Scott provided information on the new services and products available at
ABS. Participants enjoyed refreshments and door prizes during the open house.
For more information on Absolute Business Solutions, call manager Terry
Andress at 482-8222. Contributed photo