Jackson County Floridan

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Jackson County Floridan
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Jackson County Floridan
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Marianna, Fla
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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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County to move on eminent domain

In a split vote Tuesday, the Jackson County
Commission decided to begin eminent domain proceed-
ings against four to six property owners who will not cede
to the county a few feet of land along Sylvania Plantation
The county wants to pave and widen the road.
The commission voted unanimously in February to
begin the process, but agreed to delay any final action, in
order to give Commissioner Kenny Stevens time to try
again with the hold-outs. The motion to proceed in
February came on a motion by Stephens, seconded by

Commissioner Chuck Lockey.
Stevens serves the district where the road is located.
He was somewhat successful in his talks with property
owners over the past six weeks; there were nine hold-outs
when he started.
Two of the six remaining may be poised to sign off on
the right-of-way deeds, he said.
On Tuesday, Stephens said he'd done all he could and
that it was time to begin the process.
In Tuesday's vote on a motion by Stephens and sec-
onded by Commissioner Willie Spires, the commission
was 3-2 in favor, with commissioners Jeremy Branch and
Chuck Lockey opposed.
Some of the property owners wanted to be paid for their

strip of property, worth about $300 in each case. The
county didn't want to pay the owners that, but it will have
to if it invokes eminent domain.
The eminent domain process requires public notice and
the adoption of a resolution..
When the matter was discussed in February, the county
was advised it could embark on a "quick take" procedure
within the eminent domain process, in which the county
could immediately seize the land and deposit money for
its value in an account, as the legal issues are worked out
in the event of a protest by the owners.
The commissioners did not discuss at Tuesday's meet-
ing by what specific means they would proceed with emi-
nent domain.


still being

Authorities are reporting a bur-
glary at 3005 New Hope Road
that occurred Monday, and are
asking anyone who may have
seen suspicious activity in the
area to call.
Major Donnie Branch of the
Jackson County Sheriff's Office
said the resident discovered the
theft late Monday afternoon. It is
believe to have occurred between
the hours of 7a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
A camcorder, a diamond wedding
ring and another ring were taken.
Branch appears someone
pried the back door open to get
"If you saw anyone or any
vehicle in the area during that
time that didn't seem to belong
there, if you saw anything going
on that looked out of place, call
us," Branch said.


Crossing to

remain closed

until 'judicial

Despite plans to the contrary,
Country Crossing will remain
closed for the foreseeable future.
Country Crossing attorney Will
Matthews announced the deci-
sion to remain closed late
Tuesday night after the heads of
the Alabama Department of
Public Safety and the Alabama
Alcoholic Beverage Control
Board announced their allegiance
to Gov. Bob Riley and Task Force
on Illegal Gambling Commander
John Tyson Jr. rather than
Attorney General Troy King.
"Based on what the governor
said, what the Department of
Public Safety head said and what
the head of the ABC Board said,
that their allegiance is to John.
Tyson and the governor, I feel it's
See COUNTRY, Page 5A >

Grand Ridge

to vote on new

Grand Ridge may be getting a
Dollar General store.
The town's Planning and
Zoning committee met Tuesday
and recommended that the Grand
Ridge Town Council approve the
proposed development order.
The council has set a special
meeting for 5:30 p.m. tonight to
consider the matter.
The store would be located at
the corner of Ashleigh Avenue
and U.S. Highway 90. The street
is just west of the caution light at
the U.S. 90 and State Road 69

Bunny business starts Saturday

Gloria Peacock works on stuffing candy into eggs in preparation for First Baptist Church
of Marianna's Community Easter Egg Hunt this Saturday. Mark Skinner / Floridan

Egg hunts to

be held across

the county

The Easter bunny will'be hopping through
town a little early this year and will be hiding
eggs. all over Jackson County for the little
ones to find.
This Saturday, March 27, from 9 a.m. to 11
a.m., the First Baptist Church of Marianna
will be sponsoring a Community Easter Egg
Hunt at Citizen's Park, on Caverns Road in
Children ages two to 12 are invited to join
in the hunting of 17,000 eggs. The hunt will
also have a designated section for special
needs children, event coordinator Sarah
Blighton said.
"We are so grateful to all our donors,"
Blighton said. "Wal-Mart donated all 17,000
plastic eggs, as well as a ,$100 gift card,
which we will use to purchase donuts to serve
to attendees. Local restaurants also donated
coupons and gift cards for some of our prizes,
which was great."
The day is sure to entertain all, with seven
inflatable fun houses, snacks, music and even
a visit from the Easter bunny himself.
Blighton explained that all eggs.- unless
one happens to slip through the cracks will
have a prize inside.
Among some of the prizes will be coupons
and gift cards to McDonalds, Burger King
and Sonic, along with candy, stickers and
other knick-knacks.
"All of our Easter bunny helpers have been
working diligently all week trying to get these
eggs stuffed,"'Blighton said. "Out of 17,000
eggs, we have about 8,000 done. So we still
have work cut out for us."
Blighton said although there was plenty of
work ahead, it will all be worth it when the
children get out there Saturday .

See BUNNY, Page 5A >

Graceville, county to share road work

Jackson County and the city of
Graceville are teaming up to re-
pave Prim Avenue, which runs
between the Dollar General store
and the VF Outlet mall in
The joint project was discussed
at Tuesday's county commission
meeting. -
The ,partnership, in part, was
forged because the county main-
tains the road, even though its
centerline is actually right at the
Graceville city limits. That oddi-
ty means that the south side of
the road is in unincorporated
Jackson County, and the north
side in Graceville."
County Commissioner Ed
Crutchfield, whose district
includes the road, has agreed to
take as much as $25,000 from his
discretionary, funds to pay the
county's portion of the job.
County attorney Frank Baker will
draw up a cost-sharing agree-
ment, and county staff will draw
up a bid package on the job.
The road comes off State Road
77, or Brown Street, and runs a
distance of only 1,450 feet. It has
grass growing through multiple
cracks in the surface, said City
Manager Eugene Adams, and is

riddled with potholes.
Although it's shorter than most
roads, it's also twice as wide as
most, at 48 feet across, compared
to the more common width of 24
feet. Drivers tend to stay to the 24
feet near centerline, 'said
Graceville City Manager Eugene
Adams. The rest of the road is
generally not used, except for
parking on occasion.
Adams said he thinks the re-
paving job may cost in excess of
$50,000, but the city has some
money ready to pay its share, if it
needs to contribute more than
To save money, Adams said the
city plans to put a thin sheet of
asphalt overlay across the entire
road width, but give the actual
24-foot driving surface extra
attention. The city wants to level
the road and add a thicker layer
of road material, about 1.5 inch-
es, on 12 feet on each side of the
See ROAD, Page 5A >

The Jackson county commission
and the City of Graceville are
teaming up to repave Prim
Avenue, which leads to a
major business complex in
Graceville. Mark
Skinner / Floridan

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Contact Us
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
FAX: (850) 482-4478
Mailing Address:
P,0. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
.Marianna, FL 32446
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March 25 Thursday
The, 2010 North Florida Research and.
Education Center (NFREC) Beef Cattle/Forage
Field Day is at the University of Florida's
NFREC Beef Unit. Registration begins at 8
a.m.; the program runs 9 a.m. to 3 pm. Lunch,
refreshments provided. Presentations, demon-
strations and field tours of ongoing research
will be included. The NFREC Beef Unitis 1.4
miles west of Greenwood, on US Highway 162.
Registration fee: $10. Call 850-394-9124, or
AARP Tax-Aide, Marianna, offers free tax
return preparation and e-filing services for
low- and middle-income persons, with empha-
sis on persons 'over 60, in the conference
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 693-0873.
Alcoholics Anonymous closed discussion -
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 drinking.

March 26 Friday
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.
Car Seat Safety Check, 1-3 p.m. in the
McDaniel Grocery parking lot, 8166 Highway
90 in Sneads. Lessons on car seat installation,
discounted car seats for those who qualify,
and notification of car seat recalls available.
Call 526-2412, ext. 203.
Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to overcomee 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 available.
Call 209-7856, 573-1131.
AA open meeting, 8-9 p.m. at First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

March 27 Saturday
The East Jackson County.Relay for Life
Flea Market starts 7 a.m. at McDaniel's
Grocery in Sneads. Cancer survivor registra-
tion, as wella4s luminarias and bows (both $5

each) available. Call 592-2307 or 593-6960.
First Baptist Church of Marianna sponsors
a Community Easter Egg Hunt at Citizens Park
on Caverns Road, 9-11 a.m. for ages 2-4, 5-7
and 8-12. There will be free fun, games and
entertainment for the whole family.
Hickory Grove Free Will Baptist Church on
Grove Road in Bascom hosts an .Easter Egg,
Hunt, 10 a.m. to noon, with hot dogs and
Cottonidale First Assembly of God Church
sponsors an Easter Egg Hunt, 10 a.m. to. 2
p.m. in Cottondale Park. The' hunt will have
three age groups (pre-sdhool, grades K-2,
grades 3-5), prizes will be awarded and a hot-
dog lunch provided. Bring your Easter basket
and bring your glove' for the family baseball
game to follow.
Marianna First United Methodist's Easter
Egg-stravaganza is 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Wynn
Street Park. Egg hunts start at 10 a.m. (ages 1-
4), 10:15 a.m. (kindergarten-second grade)
and 10:30 a.m. (third-fifth grade). Free hot dog
lunch, face painting, putting green, inflatables,.
cupcake walk, crafts, games and more.
Nelson Singer Memorial AmVets Post 231,
by the Sons of AmVets Post 231, host a series
of Turkey Shoot fundraisers, 1 p.m. on second
and fourth Saturdays of tl month, through
May. Cost: $2 a shot. Proceeds benefit the
building fund. Call 722-0291.
AA open meeting, 4:30-5:30 p.m. at First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.
Th.e HELPS Inc. gala fundraiser and silent
auction benefitting HIS Care Clinic is at La
Maison de Lucy in Alford., Champagne recep-
tion at 6 p.m.; dinner/awards, 7 p.m. Keynote
speaker: U.S. Senate candidate Dr. Marion D.
Thorpe Jr. (R-Fla.). Proceeds go toward con-
struction of the upcoming HIS Care Clinic in
Marianna. Tickets, $60, are available online at, or call 693-1553.

March 29 Monday
Jackson County Schools observe spring
break March 29-April 2. No classes during this
time. Schools re-open Monday, April 5.
The One-Stop Center Employability
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.
Today is the entry deadline for the Annual
Lady Elks Springtime Beauty Pageant, which is

set for Saturday, April 10, at 6 p.m. in the
Malone High School Auditorium, featuring
entertainment by Neysa Wilkins, .emcee.
Pageant proceeds go to Florida Elks children's
programs and local humanitarian causes. Call
,569-2227 or 209-1714.
AA open meeting, 8-9 p.m. at First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

March 30 Tuesday
Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting, cro-
cheting or knitting classes', 1 p.m. at the
Jackson County Senior Citizens center, 2931
Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482-5028.
Jackson County Quilters Guild Sit-n-Sew is
6-8 p.m. in the First United Methodist Church
Youth Hall, Clinton Street, behind the Marianna
Post Office. Call,272-7068.
AA open meeting, 8-9 p.m. at First United
Methodist Church, 2901. Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

March 31 Wednesday
Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open 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 (emphasis
on persons over 60), in the conference room
of the Jackson County Agricultural office, 2741
Pennsylvania Ave. in Marianna, 9 a.m. to 1.
p.m. Services continue Wednesday mornings
through April 14. Call 693-0873.
Chipola College business instructor Lee
Shook and student volunteers provide free tax
preparation and electronic filing 'simple,
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. One-Stop Center Employability
Workshop, "Budgeting," is 10-11 a.m. each
Wednesday In. March. No cost. Contact the
One-Stop Center, 718-0326, to enroll.
AA open meeting, 12-1 p.m. at First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.
Today is the application deadline for Big
Bend Area Health Education Center's Health
Careers Summer Camp. Current 10th graders
in Jackson County interested in health care
professions are encouraged to apply. The
week-long Day Camp will be at Chipola College
-July .19-24. No charge. Space limited. Call


The Marianna Police
Department listed the
following incidents for'
March 23, the latest avail-
able report: two accidents,
without injury, one aban-
doned vehicle, one' men-
tal illness, one prowler,
two shootings in the area,
four traffic stops, one lar-
ceny complaint, two
criminal mischief com-
plaints, one found proper-
ty, one juvenile com-
plaint, two noise distur-
bances, one animal com-

plaint, two public service
calls, two threats and one
counterfeit money scan-

The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the
following incidents for
March 23 the latest avail-
able report: two accidents
with unknown injuries,
four abandoned vehicles,
one suspicious vehicle,
two suspicious incidents,
three suspicious persons,

three verbal disturbances,
'14 medical calls, two
traffic accidents, one bur-
glar alarm, three traffic
stops, two
_'-- 1 arc e n y
.-_ .. ,' complaints,
--I-- C -one crimi-
,CRIME nal mischief
4 complaint,
one ex parte
order, one juvenile com-
plaint, one animal com-
plaint, one noise distur-
bance, two fraud, one
retail theft, one assist of
another agency, four pub-

lic service calls, six trans-
ports and one threat.

The following people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting periods:
Roy Porter, 52, 5434
Mount Tabor Road,
Marianna, felon in pos-
session of ammunition.
Pierre Delus, 65, 802
Fitz William Way,
Orlando, D.U.I.

Tanya Beivenour, 36,
1803 Sterrett Road,
Alford, possession of list-"
ed chemicals.
James Bellamy, 52,
7373 U.S. Highway 231,
Cottondale, failure to
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).

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Community Calendar


Jackson County Floridan Thursday, March 25, 2010 3A

Wiregrass Hospice receives Wachovia Foundation Grant

art show SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN hospice services is provided by Wachovia
Covenant at no charge, or at vastly I Finncril

call for

The Dothan Wiregrass
Art League's annual Local
Color exhibit will be May
7-8 at the Cultural Arts.
Center in Dothan, Ala.
Deadline for entry of
works of art is April 27.
Entry fee is $35 plus a
membership fee of $25, if
you have not become a
member since Aug. 1, 2009.
Entry forms may be
picked up at Room 211 in
the Cultural Arts Center,
909 S. St. Andrews Street,
Dothau, AL 36301,
between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
For more information,
call the Art League office,
334-792-9655, Monday-
Wednesday, 12-4 p.m.;
Catherine Smith, 334-792-
8706;-or Jane Pots, 334-
794-4209. All artists young
and old are encouraged to
participate. The public is
invited to attend for free.

Troy U.

to host


The Continuing
Education Center at Troy
University's Dothan cam-
pus offers a seminar .on
fundraising for small busi-
nesses and non-profits on
Wednesday, March 31.
Participants will learn
how to improve fundraising
efforts through the use of
marketing strategies, com-
munity events and direct
mail. The class will also
cover how to boost an orga-
nization's income and com-
/munity awareness by rais-
ing money from individu-
als, foundations and corpo-
rations. The seminar, con-
ducted by Cynthia Green,
development officer for the
Wiregrass Rehabilitation
Center Inc., is 1 to 5 p.m.
Contact the Continuing
Education Center at 334-
983-0005 to register.

'Blankets of

Love' in need

of supplies

and helping

Blankets of Love, a com-
munity organization founded
by Suzan Law, seeks to com-
fort those in need with the
warmth of a cozy blanket
and the' knowledge that
someone cares. '
Law says she was inspired
by a news story describing
the horrors suffered by chil-
dren removed from "meth
houses" and transferred to
foster care. As she consid-
ered the fear and pain such a
child would feel as they were
hosed down to remove the
residue of drug-making
chemicals, Law came up
with a plan to help.
Ideally, every police cruis-
er would be prepared with a
blanket and stuffed toy to
comfort a child who has to
be' removed from a
deplorable situation. This
was Blankets of Love's first
goal. The endeavor has con-
tinued to grow, and has
branched out to include the
elderly and needy in hospice
care, victims of domestic
abuse, children's homes, the
needy in Haiti, and most
recently a Mexican school
for the mentally handi-'
capped. As the organization
has grown, so has the need
for blankets. Organizers say
Bay County alone needs in
excess of 30 blankets per
Blankets of Love, while
not soliciting funds, is asking

Wachovia Bank recently presented
the Marianna branch of Covenant
Hospice a $3,500 grant to help fund
the not-for-profit's Indigent Care
Program in Calhoun, Holmes,
Jackson and Washington counties.
Covenant's Indigent Care Program
addresses elevated poverty rates and
inadequate healthcare coverage
throughout 18 counties in the Florida
Panhandle, by absorbing the cost of
hospice care for those who cannot
afford to pay, who lack health insur-
ance, or whose insurance does not
fully cover the care they need.
With the program, a full range of

reduced charges.
Hospice services provided by
Covenant Hospice include physi-
cians, nurses, nursing assistants,
social workers, chaplains and other
members of the Covenant team. The
program also covers medications and
durable medical equipment related to
life-limiting illness, last-resort finan-
cial assistance with emergency living
expenses, bereavement services and
volunteer services.
For more information about
Covenant Hospice, call 482-8520 or
888-817-2191, or visit

Manager Vicky
left, presents a
$3,500 grant
check to
Griffin.- :


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The Kevin Wright
Memorial Scholarship is'
designed to assist graduat-
ing seniors who attend
Sneads High School or
Jackson Alternative School,
and who are planning to
further their academic
The goal of Kevin
Wright's family, the schol-
arship providers, is to keep
his love for children,
Sneads High School and
Jackson Alternative School
alive, honoring his memory
through continued acts of
kindness, while providing
others with an opportunity
to gain higher education.
Kevin Wright Memorial
Scholarship applicants are
required to provide:
High school transcript,
signed and sealed, demon-
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unweighted GPA of 2.0/C
Essay, 300 to 500 words
on "How this scholarship
will assist with my educa-
tional and career plans,"
with information about the
applicant, their
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any extenuating circum-
stances the scholarship
committee should consider
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cial need, through a person-
al letter, tax documents,
free/reduced lunch status,
Letters of recommenda-
tion, a minimum of two
from school personnel/com-
munity leaders.
Scholarship award
amounts will be determined
each year by the scholarship
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used at an accredited col-
lege, state university or jun-
ior college, for student fees
including, but not limited
to, tuition, fees and books.
Upon request, recipients
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dating proper use of funds.
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a Kevin Wright Memorial
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from their high school guid-
ance department.
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all supporting documents
must be returned to the high
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by April 9, 2010.
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contact Mindy Howell at
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'Fun Day' to
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The Experimental
Aircraft Association
Chapter 1464 Inc. of
Bonifay will host its Spring
Fun Day Fly-in April 10-11
at Tri-County Airport.
Gates open at 8 a.m. and the
public is invited free of
Aircraft of all types and
sizes will be flying in from
around the area. Food ven-
dors, a "ground school" and
different booths will be
available for the public's
Children ages eight
through 17 are invited to
participate in the Young
Eagles program sponsored
by EAA Chapter 1464 Inc.
They will receive a free air-
plane ride, pilot's log book
and a certificate valued at
$200 for a private pilot
course from Sporty's Pilot
Shop. A parent or guardian
must be present for the chil-
dren to ride.
Guests will be treated to
live music Saturday night,
and a free breakfast Sunday
Camping under-wing of
your aircraft, or in a tent or
RV is welcome, although
there will be no hook-ups.
Bathrooms are available in

the FBO.
For more information,
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260-5141, or Molissa Snell
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County eyes buying building

A building next door to the county
administration complex is for sale far
below the original asking price, and the
Jackson County Commission may buy it.
The old Florida Land Title and Trust
Company building adjacent to the
administration building on Madison
Street was offered to the county
for$225,000. The owner had originally
asked $375,000 for the 5,000 square foot
building when County Administrator
Ted Lakey first inquired about it some
time ago. The building was erected in the
1940s or 1950s, Lakey said.
Before it decides, the commission
wants a professional inspector to look
over the building thoroughly and tell the
commission how much it'will cost to
make it suitable.
The county already knows it will need
a new roof and some retro-fitting inside,
and have been given an informal estimate
of about $40,000 for the roof and basic
interior work. But the county is not com-
fortable the estimate includes all the
costs that could be involved.
Those costs also may depend on what
the county wants to do with the building.
Commissioners talked about two pos-
sibilities; using it for storage, or moving
the Supervisor of Elections and the
Veteran Services office out of their
shared rented space and into the building
next door.
The 3,500 square foot elections/veter-
ans' office, at 2851 Jefferson St., costs
the county. $35,000 to rent. Lakey said
the cost of the land title building could
basically be paid off in a few years, by

doing away with the cost of renting the
current offices. Supervisor of Elections
Sylvia Stephens said she's not very
happy about that possibility.
"We have our equipment and security
in place, with fire protection, too, and
I'm talking about probably" $500,000
worth of equipment," Stephens said. "We
really, really like this building and really
don't want to move at this time. We're
satisfied where we are. I haven't even
looked at the building they're talking
about, but I have some questions. "
Stephens said the comparative size of
the buildings isn't the most important
factor. "Maybe it's as big or bigger, but a
lot depends on how it's laid out as to
whether it would even work for us," she
"We have to have public areas, equip-
ment space, and a lot of parking, espe-
cially during the early voting periods.
We've got that here, and parking is
already an issue around the courthouse
(where the land title building is located).
Mr. Lakey called me last Thursday or
Friday about this, but I said we'd rather
just stay here."
Using the structure for storage may be
the other likely option for the county.
Commissioners are trying to find
space for all the records now kept in the
old, leaky jail off Jackson Street, across
from the courthouse to the south.
The commission took action Tuesday
to get the last employees out of the old
jail building, making plans to move E-
911 coordinator Christine Daniels and
her office in late April or soon thereafter.
The county may then raze the old jail
to create more parking, a prime com-
modity around the courthouse.

Commissioners are considering mov-
ing Daniels into the State Attorney's
complex, which is located in the convert-
ed Citizens Bank building between
Lafayette and Jackson streets.
Lakey said he thinks buying the land
title building would probably be a good
decision for the county, no matter what
it's used for, because of its location on
courthouse square and its proximity to
the county offices next door.
All these ideas were discussed
Tuesday as non-agenda items brought
unannounced to or by commissioners,
during the round table portion of the
county's meeting.

New fee cruises
toward community:
college students
college students soon could face
another fee. The state House has
approved a bill authorizing communi-
ty colleges t6 add a maximum $6-per-
credit-hour transportation fee to the
already long list of fees shouldered by
students. Proceeds could be used only
to offset the cost of bus and other
transportation services at each col-
lege, The bill passed the House on a
93-17 vote Wednesday. An identical
bill is expected to win easy approval
in the Senate.. State universities
already are allowed to assess the fee.


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The road, currently
unlined, will be' painted
with edge and center lines,
Adams said.
The remaining 24 feet
will likely be marked for
parking. At large events in
the shopping area, he said,
people usually park in that
area anyway.
Three years ago, Adams
said the city started setting
aside money for road proj-
ects, and has amassed about
$24,500 each year since the
program went into effect.

This will be the city's
major paving project for
"The road goes to multi-
ple businesses, but it's one
of the worst roads in
Graceville in terms of con-
dition," Adams said. "It's in
dire need of repair. We
want a nice setting going
into one of the major busi-
ness centers in Graceville."
The Prim Avenue re-pave
is just one of several
improvement projects.
under way or planned in the

But not even. 17,000 eggs is too
much for the Easter bunny. He plans
to make more trips around Jackson
County this weekend.
Wynn Street Park will be another
stop for him.
From 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., the
Marianna First United Methodist
Church will be hosting an Easter
The event will be complete with
face painting, games, inflatable fun
houses, crafts, a putting green and a
cupcake walk.
There will also be a free hot dog
lunch for all who attend.
The egg hunt for the little ones,
ages one to four, will start at 10 a.m.;
for kindergarten to second grade chil-
dren, at 10:15 a.m. The hunt for third

to fifth grade children the hunt will
start at 10:30 a.m.
The Easter bunny also plans to
make another stop Saturday at
Cottondale Park.
The hunt, sponsored by Cottondale
First Assembly of God, will be from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
There will be three age groups par-
ticipating pre-school children;
kindergarten through second grade;
and third to fifth grade.
Prizes for the best hunters and a hot
dog lunch will be provided.
Following the hunt, will be a family
baseball game for everyone to enjoy.
Event coordinators remind atten-
dees to bring their own Easter basket
and a baseball glove, since neither
will be provided.

Other hunts around Jackson
County for this weekend and Easter
weekend include:
Hickory Grove Freewill Baptist
Church on Grove Road in Bascom
will host an Easter egg hunt Saturday
/from 10 a.m. to noon at the church,
with hot dogs and refreshments.
New Mount Olive Missionary
Baptist Church in Marianna is host-
ing a hunt Saturday, April 3, starting
at 11 a.m. also at the church. The
church is located at 2870 Barnes St.
Friendship Assembly of God in
Cottondale will host a hunt and-lunch
on Easter Sunday, April 4, starting at
11 a.m. Following the morning pres-
entation at 11 a.m. will be the hunt
and lunch. The church is located at
3258 Sapp Road.


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in our best interest to stay
closed until we get a judi-
cial determination of
who's running law
enforcement in the state of
Alabama," Matthews said.
Throughout the day
Tuesday, workers were
making preparations for
the development's planned
.8 a.m. Wednesday open-
Monday, King'
announced he was replac-
ing Tyson as head of the
task force, a decision that
led Country Crossing offi-
cials to make the decision
to reopen.
"My advice to our
clients was I thought we
could open with Troy King

superintending the task
force and firing John
Tyson," Matthews said. "I
felt comfortable Troy King
'wouldn't use the tactics
John Tyson has, and that's
why I thought we could
Earlier in the day,,
Ronnie Gilley Properties
Communications Director
Doug Rainer said man-
agers were making calls to
employees to prepare
But at a Tuesday press
conference, Gov. Riley
said the task force will
continue operating with
Tyson at the helm, chang-
ing the decision to open
the development.

Early Tuesday night,
Country Crossing officials
began making calls back to
the employees, informing
them of the changes.
"This morning, (it was)
the highest of highs. Tears
of joy, with people excited
to come back. We're like a
huge family here, so there
were a lot of hugs and
handshakes. Then, tonight,
we had to break every one
of those hearts," said
Country Crossing Gaming
Director Billy Robertson.
"We actually called them
this morning and had some
of them come out today to
help us get things in order.
It was like a family
reunion reunion, but with-

in 12 hours, we had to call
them back and tell them
the exact opposite of what
we told them this mornm-
Matthews said the issue
is a power struggle
between Riley and King,
and he remains hopeful
King walks away victori-
"The attorney general is
filing to the Supreme
Court 'to have John Tyson
removed as head of the
task force and replace
him," he said. "If he does
that and gets him removed,
we're back in business. If
he doesn't get him
removed, then we're out of
business until Tyson is

gone. It's as simple as
Robertson said the
workers were "devastated"
when they heard the news.
"We live in a state that I
don't understand any-
more," Robertson said.
"We talk about jobs and
we talk about people, but
you can't really-feel that
until you see grown men
with tears in their eyes and
women that can't afford
diapers for their children.
We have to tell them we're
afraid for their safety, our
patrons' safety and our

assets, because we know
that if we open our doors,
the governor and John
Tyson are not going to
come into our facility like
civilized adults, they're
going to come in with
guns. Most of these people
actually voted for this gov-
ernor, and he spits in their
face with every action." :
According to Matthews,
no timetable has been set
for the Supreme Court to
respond to King's request,
but he expects the issue to
be high on the court's pri-
ority list.

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Edward Berry "E.B."
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Ocala on Friday, March 19,
He was born April 21,
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'Edward and Sallie Lanier
McDaniel. He graduated
from Sneads High School,
and attended the Universi-
ty of Florida for a year and
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E.B. served in the Navy
during World War II, from
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sinking of two naval ves-
sels. On March 7, 1946, he
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The No. 5 Chipola Lady Indians bounced"
back from their first loss in Panhandle
Conference play with a road sweep of
Tallahassee Tuesday.
Chipola -won 7-4 and 4-0 over the Lady
Eagles, to improve to 5-1 in Panhandle play.
The two victories put the Lady Indians in
sole possession of first in the league stand-
Emma Stevenson and Brittany Black each
picked up wins, with Black delivering a four-
hit shutout in the first game.
Chipola scored a run in the first, then got
three more in the fifth, with a two-run single
by Ariell van Hook sparking the Lady
Indians to a 4-0 lead. That was more than
enough for Black, who walked no one on the
day .,nd struck out three.
"Britany thiL well.' Chipola assistant
coach Jimm. Hendri\ said of Black. "She
mixed in her changeup and threw strikes.
That's what got her in trouble against PJC.
She was falling behind every batter, and she
ended up with seven walks. (On Tuesday),
she was getting ahead of almost every bat-:
Black also helped herself out with an RBI
single, while Michelle Hewett added a hit, an
RBI, and two runs scored.
In the second game, Chipola got runs in
the second and the third, then broke it open
with a three-run fourth.
It was -a disastrous frame for the Lady
Eagles, Tio comirled three of their eight
errors in the'innin .
Three more Tallahassee errors .in the fifth
allowed three more Chipola runs to score,
for a 7-2 lead.
Jenifer Elmore hit a solo home run for
TCC in the sixth inning, and the Lady Eagles
loaded the bases with two outs in the sev-
enth. Stevenson then issued a walk to
Chelsea Good to bring in the fourth TCC run
of the game.
But a ground out by Rochelle Mills
allowed Stevenson to get out of the jam and
end the game.
Stevenson allowed four earned runs on
four hits, three walks, and four strikeouts.
Nikki'Roddy led the Lady Indians with

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Chipola second baseman Selentia Pittman makes a throw to first base during a game
earlier this season. Floridan File Photo

two hits, while van Hook was 1-for-4 with a
run and two RBI.
S.elentia Pittman and Hannah Lovestrand
scored two runs each, while Dana Cauthen
had a hit and an RBI.

Chipola will get a week off before return-
ing to action on Tuesday to face Northwest
Florida State in Niceville.
The Lady Raiders are tied with Chipola in
the loss column at 3-1 in league play.

Graceville girls blank Cottondale 13-0

Graceville's Shaquel Johnson (5) rounds s ond base and heads
for third while Cottondale's Presley Go cher looks for the ball
from an outfielder during a game Tuesday night in Graceville. The
Lady Tigers won 13-0 in 5 innings. / Mark Skinner/Floridan

The Graceville Lady Tigers
snapped a three-game losing
streak Tuesday night with a 13-0
win over Cottondale in five
Liza Johnson starred in the cir-
cle and at the plate for the Lady
Tigers, pitching a complete
game shutout, and picking- up
two hits and two RBI.
Johnson gave up only one hit
and struck out four batters.
Kelsie Obert started for
Cottondale, but she made it only
one inning, after seven walks led
to six Graceville runs. She was
replaced by Mary Auger, who
pitched the final three innings.
Graceville got seven more
runs in the third inning to round
out the scoring.
Lady Tigers coach Joshua
Graham said it was an impres-
sive performance by his team,
particularly given its recent
"We needed a game like this
after losing three district games
in a row," the coach said. "There
were some games where we just
didn't play to our potential. But
it went well (Tuesday night). We
hit the ball, we had a solid defen-
sive night, and Liza pitched

"We needed a game
like this...we hit the
ball, we had a solid
defensive night, and
Liza pitched well."
-Joshua Graham,
Graceville coach
After Auger retired Graceville
in order in the second inning, the
Lady Tigers got it going in the
A two-RBI triple by Shaquel
Johnson made it 8-0 Graceville,
and Kelly Leuenberger later
added a two-run double in the
"Auger's speed was much
slower than Obert's, so we had to
adjust," Graham said. "By the
third, we had adjusted to her
speed, and then got the bats
going again."
Graceville, which was coming
off losses to Sneads, South
Walton and Vernon, moved to 8-
11 with the win, including 5-7 in
district competition.
The Lady Tigers next play
today in Malone at 4 p.m.
Cottondale next plays host to
the Holmes County Lady Blue
Devils today at 6 p.m.


Lady Pirates

stunned by

BHS 10-1
The Sneads Lady Pirates soft-
ball team was stunned by
Blountstown 10-1 Tuesday night
in Blountstown, falling for just
the second time in district play
this season.
Sneads won the first matchup
between the teams 7-3 on March
5 in Sneads. But the Lady Tigers
had other ideas Tuesday night.
They scored three runs in the
third inning, four in.the fifth, and
three more in the sixth to take the
lopsided win.
"They were just hitting it,"
Sneads coach Kelvin Johnson
said of the Lady Tigers. "We
made an error or two that didn't
help us, but they really hit the ball
well. When they had some flares,
they all just fell right in place.
"It was one of those nights
where it just went well for them
and it didn't for us. Sometimes
that happens in the game of soft-
Aleisha Edenfield started in the
circle for the Lady Pirates and
took the loss, allowing 12 hits for
the game.
Sneads fell to 11-4 overall and
9-2 in district play.
The Lady Pirates next travel to
Maclay today, before returning
home on Friday to play host to
the first-place South Walton Lady
Seahawks at 6 p.m.
South Walton is still undefeat-
ed in league play.

MMS girls

split in finale
The Marianna Middle School
Lady Bullpups softball team con-
cluded their season with double-
header action last Friday night at
home against Seaside.
After handing Seaside a pair of
losses three days earlier on the
road, the Lady Bullpups split
Friday's games, with the 'A' team
winning 3-1, while the 'B' team
fell 15-4.
In the 'A' game, Marianna sent
ace Breanna Willis to the circle,
with -Alli Ann Bigale behind the
plate. Madison Gullett took care
of first, with Reagan Oliver at
second, Faith Moore at shortstop,
and Ashley Griffin at third.
In left field was Caitlyn
Carpenter, with Shaniah
"Strawberry" Spellman taking
care of center field, and Taniyah
Robinson covering right.
Willis sat the first batter down
swinging in the first inning
before an error and a single plat-
ed one run.
Bigale threw out the runner try-
ing to steal second for the second
out of the inning, and the last bat-
ter went down looking.
Marianna answered with a run
of its own in the bottom of the
frame. Bigale singled and stole
around the bases with help from a
pair of- sacrifices by Gullett and
MMS scored a run in the sec-
ond inning to go up 2-1.
- Griffin led off with a single and
scored with two outs when Willis
See MMS, Page 2B >

Bullpups win big over Indians to take Panhandle championship


The Marianna Middle School Bullpups
are the 2010 Panhandle Middle School
Conference Champions after a 13-5 win
over the Grand Ridge Indians in the cham-
pionship game Tuesday evening at
Optimist Park.
The Bullpups sent Reid Long to the
mound while Grand Ridge countered with
Hunter Johnson.
In the top of the first inning, Grand
Ridge blew a bases loaded opportunity
and failed to plate a run.
With one out, Trent Moats,. Trint Clark
and Andy Faria all drew walks, but a pair
of strike outs ended the inning.
In the bottom of the inning, Trenton
Nobles drew a walk and scored on a dou-
ble by Tyler Colson. Long helped himself
out when he took advantage of an error at
shortstop. Jonathan Sikes tripled Long
home and scored on a passed ball to put
the Bullpups up 4-0 after one inning.
Grand Ridge picked up one run in the
top of the second inning when Jack Glover
reached on an error and scored with two
outs when Hunter Johnson took advantage
of another error.

Marianna pulled ahead 9-1 with five
runs crossing the plate in the bottom of the
third inning. Long and Sikes picked up a "
pair of singles, with Kody Bryan taking
one for the team to load the bases.
Andrew Shouse picked up an RBI when
he worked the count full and drew a walk.'
Kyle Tanner sent one to left field to pick
up a pair of RBI. With two outs, Nobles
drew a walk, and Tanner took advantage of
a passed ball to steal home.
Sikes took over on the mound for the
Bullpups in the fourth inning.
Following a strikeout, Trent Childs and
Ryan Danford were both hit by a pitch.
Johnson singled home Childs, with
Moats singling home Danford.
A ground out plated Johnson before
Sikes struck out the next batter to end the
inning. With two outs, Bryan reached on
an error but a ground out left him strand-
ed. After four innings, MMS led 9-4.
Sikes struck out the side in the top of the
fifth inning. With one out in the bottom of
the frame,, Sikes doubled and moved to
third on a passed ball.
Walker Roberts started the four-run
inning with an RBI single up the middle
and moved to third when Nic Helms
reached on an error. A walk to Trenton

Members of the Marianna Middle School Bullpups baseball team celebrate with
their trophy Tuesday night after winning the Panhandle Conference title by beating
Grand Ridge 13-5 on Tuesday night at Optimist Park. Contributed Photo

Nobles was followed by a two-RBI double
by Tyler Colson. With two outs, Sikes
picked up another RBI with a double.
The side was retired in order in the sixth
inning on two strikeouts and a grounder
back to the mound.

Grand Ridge fell short of a rally in the
top of the seventh inning.
Moats started with a double and moved
to third on a ground out to short. A
grounder to first by Faria plated Moats,
but a ground out to short ended the game.




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was proud of them. I
thought we played them
Smith led the Lady
Tigers offensively, going 4-
for-4 with four RBI, while
Cara McCormick added
three hits and two runs.

In Monday's win over
John Paul, the Lady Tigers
got a monster day from
Venisha Hearns, who went

4-for-5 with two inside-
the-park home runs and
eight RBI.
Smith also picked up
four hits, and drove in
three, while Jakivia Hearns
was 4-for-5 with four runs.
McCormick was 3-for-4
with four RBI, and
Newsom was 3-for-4 at the
plate, while striking out
nine and allowing just five
hits to get the win.

couple of pitchers who
don't pitch all the time, it's
tough. But we played hard,
and Sara pitched well."
Newsom surrendered
eight hits and two walks,
and struck out three.
The game was tied 1-1
after one inning, but
Munroe scored four runs in
the fourth to make it a 5-2
After scoring a pair in
the top of the sixth, the
Lady Bobcats blew it open
in the seventh, taking
advantage of eight walks
and one error.
Malone came back in the
bottom of the, frame with
back-to-back home runs,
the first a two-run shot by
Shakira Smith, followed by
a solo homer by Jakivia
The Lady Tigers had
three home runs on the
night, the first coming from
Venisha Hearns in the fifth.
"The girls were disap-
pointed," Ford. said of his
players after the game.
"But the girls didn't quit
when we came up in the
bottom of the seventh. I


The Malone Lady Tigers
dropped a key district game
to Munroe 17-7 on Tuesday
night in Malone.
The Lady Tigers trailed
just 7-4 after six innings,
but the Lady Bobcats blew
the game open in the top of
the seventh, with 10 runs
off of Malone relievers
Venisha Heamrns and Jakivia
With the loss, Malone
fell to 5-6 overall and 4-2
in district.
Sara Newsom started in
the circle for the Lady
Tigers and went six
innings, before tiring and
having to leave the game.
Newsom pitched five
full innings the previous
night in a 19-9 win over
John Paul.
The freshman pitcher
was solid through muhh of
Tuesday's game.
Exhaustion finally got the
best of her, and Munroe
took advantage.
"Sara just got tired,"

Malone coach Greg Ford
said. "She pitched 11
innings in two days, so she
was done. When you have
one main pitcher, and a

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High School Baseball
Thursday- Cottondale
at Graceville, 6 p.m.;
Malone at John Paul, 5
Friday- Arnold at
Marianna, 6 p.m.;
Cottondale at
Bethlehem, 6 p.m.;
Sneads at Vernon, 6 p.m.
Saturday- Marianna at
Sneads, 2 p.m.

High School Softball
Thursday- Graceville
at Malone, 4 p.m.;
Holmes County at
Cottondale, 6 p.m.;
Arnold at Marianna, 4
p.m.; Sneads at Maclay,
3 p.m.
Friday- South Walton
at Sneads, 6 p.m.
AAU Basketball
The Harambee
Dragons will host tryouts
for boys and girls basket-
ball teams to play AAU
basketball this summer.
Tryouts Will be March
27 and April 10 at
Marianna Middle School
from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
for the girls, with regis-
tration at 9 a.m., and
from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. for
the boys, with registra-
tion at 1 a.m.
Age groups for the
teams will be 17U and
15U. Tryouts are free,
but players must have
physical form.
For more information,
contact Darold Pope at

Chipola Baseball
The Chipola Indians'
scheduled game against
LB Wallace on Thursday
has been cancelled.
Chipola will next play
March 29 against the
Northwest Florida State
Raiders at Chipola Field
at 5 p.m.

Chipola Softball
The Chipola Lady
Indians were scheduled
to play a doubleheader
on Tuesday against the
Tallahassee Lady Eagles.
Chipola will next play
on March 30 against
Northwest Florida State
in Niceville.

Old-Timer's Game
The Grand Ridge FFA
Will sponsor the annual
Grand Ridge School Old
Timers Basketball '
Game on April 9 at 6
p.m. in the Grand Ridge
School old gym. Former
Grand Ridge graduates,
basketball players and
cheerleaders are invited
to attend and participate.
Players and cheerleaders
who participate will
receive a complimentary
t-shirt while supplies
last. Call edrly to regis-
ter. Admission will be
All proceeds will be
used to assist FFA mem-
bers as they participate in
chapter activities includ-
ing attending state con-
vention. For more infor-
mation, contact Glenn
Alexander at 482-9835
x263 or glenn.alexan-

Sports Items
Send all sports items to
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.

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took advantage of an error
at shortstop.
Willis allowed only one
walk in the next three
Marianna's final run
came in the bottom of the
fourth inning with two outs.

Robinson singled and
scored on a double by
The 'A' team boasted a 9-
3 record on the season.
In the 'B' game, Faith
Moore was in the circle for
the Lady Bullpups.
Marianna recorded only
three hits in the game, and
drew two walks.
Oliver, Hannah Spooner,
and Griffin picked up the
hits, with walks going to
Moore and Willis.
The 'B' team finished the
season with a 10-2 record.


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3/2 MH, CH/A, all Subdv. Lg lot, bor-
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spaces in Mosuleum, We have Fresh dep 850-592-5571 ParksHigh & Dry, 2 Patio Decks, 8x10, BED FRAME- ADJUST- Furniture- Solid Lighted Corner Curio Russian 7.62 x 54
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Memorial Garden. Frozen Peas. We Ridge, very nice, $600 st month free Ready to Thin, both 850-879-4365 (850)592-2507 Loveseat $500 $75850-593-5702 rounds ammo.$130
850-482-8196 crack Pecans. dep. $625/o. or rent 2/2 $390, 3/2 $490 Near Hwy 231 (850)209-2207850-263-2701
334-793-6690 o o Cottondale, Lg lots Call owner 3 DR HAND PAINTED BIRD-PARROT HOW ( MALIBU Factory Rims 502
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Hay & Grain E of Malone, $575/mo Rent to Own: 2 & 3BR Nicely wooded 1.25 chairs $500 (850)482-2636 $275, 850-579-4815
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334-703-0978, 334- incl.$550 850-482- real estate A s 850-82-8700 Cedar logs, already ToM MOTORCYCLE $0 ca 505
merchandise 775-3749 ext. 102, 8684/305-495-6059 residendalfor sale creation 8x11 re F.rai Per- cut to 9', $300 850-y GE Washing Machine, MOTORCYCLE Small book case
or 334-775-3423 AustinTylerAss., P .fo r e 526-2414 2 years old, $115 OBO COVER- CYCLE SAC 24"W 31"H 9"D $15
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Farm 334-300-3688 14X60 1 w/new Raptor 700- w/tras x72"H with jambs 4365 CUPBOARD- FREE
Auction. Sat.March Apartments Nearly New BR capet, $15,900$7ea (850)482-2636 Dining ol STANDING $75(850) 2-50
27, 2010, 8am. 1 ml. E. SUnfurnished H 14X70 3/2 $18,900 good cod. (334) 791- (850)592-2507

iof Greenwood, FLmo, $0 850-763-7780 8191 4000 Antique fringed sat- Wod dinin g table Odld oak ironing Tanning Bed Bulbs,
Hwy 6945, Fort Rd.n 850-526-8367 ,19 3 in scarf valance, tea with six chairs. $350 Hard cover needle board,chair, ladder (over 800 hrs left)
S. DW Mi $450 4x4 Poaris Mossy rose $30850-592- (850)482-4937 point & doll making combo $4550)209-2207 im $0 (850)482-
Consignments wel-/ ./1in town, quiet -w/Fireplace $27,900 Oak camo edition. 3261 books $3/ea 850- (85$8/ea or $250 for all

ne.2Bh1 BAa nle anrq iet 2Micr A BedIChest- PHONCA50)579-414634 850-209-5294
c ome. John Stanley area $600/mo. $650 Mbile mes New 16X80 3/2 Very powerful ATV. f DIN 272-8967
Cluster AB491 dep vailabe April 1,2/1 Rent $35900 850AL 334-796-9566780 Automatic. w thumb AQUA(850)20ECH AQUAR- COLLECTI BLE- $5 (850)592-2507 FIRM(850)482-2636
850-693-0570 select 2wd or 4wd. IUM FILTER 30-60 DUMBO IN BOX; $30 Hay o ne load PATIO TABLE W/4 Truck Tire- 235 70R16
850-594-50 8 -2/1 -@1 Milpond $4 3/2 Brick Home Great cond. $2900.00 GAL $10 (850)592-2507 available, $300 CHAIRS (MAUVE) mounted on steel 5
SJewelry&Watches 450 (850)592-2507
FREE month rent dep. water/sewer 1892 SF New Roof 334-798-2857 850)592-3380 Fig Trees,1 gal. $10 BO 850)526-879-4365 mouse $75 850-272-
on 2BR Y BA in nice incl. 850-482- Single Carport Dirt bike Kawasaki A shley Bed & Chest- gal. $15 850-592-8769 HOOVER STICK PHONE5CABINET- B
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appraisal Opporui 2 rianna/&2Sneads 90 RESED- 4 LG ROLLS footboard & dresser, #8200-PRINTER $45 CREAM W/WOOD 65 gal, almost new,
ser in TDD#711 850)209-8595. Red, AL334-796-9566 2816 $20(850)209-7780 7 $75 850-593-5702 (850)592-2507 $250BLUE $5 (850)592-2507 $FIRM(850)4850-272-3943
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set or dinner ring. WELCOME HOM 2 & 3 BR MH C'dale. Several Upgrades you come pick up. mouse $75 850-272-
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stroke, mtr guide, d 30 t leather, Hd. top Con- hite100th anniver- OPPORTUNITY loadd, triler pbr her of th io (30)
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Bayliner 95' Capri Corvette 81 great family van, Hines Exhaust Sys- TRAILER Diesel. turbo5sp. the bidder, he will
20ft.290 HP Runs & r hWH4-WheelDrive Automatic 350 300 down,$199/mo tem.4 helmets ahdl INCLUDES autotrans Fores t within ten (10) con-
ooksgoosder (Silver) sell as s Low ilesLeather,gel cushion. One GRIDDLE, HOT Greenext Camel secutie days after it
36.5' washer/dryer, ver) sell as s loaded Call Steve gel cushion. One COLDTRAYS, Leather nt. Loaded is submitted, enter
r u.34-5-2222. 6500 Onon Gen $6000. OBO Hatcher 334 791- owner, garage kept. BOILING TRAYS, w/options. Family into written contract
$5,500334$17,500: Husky 25K 334774-1915 8243. Like new.$8000. TRIPLE SINK death forces sale. with the Chipola Col-
Bayliner Trophy 97' Hitch $750 334-855- --i618-5833. $9,000. OBO 3,100 mi. Asking $45K lege in accordance
20 ft. cuddy cabin 1241 03 American Star 36' Datsun '78280Z 2+2, Nissan'05 Altima, 2.5 -334-389-2816 334-687r3171 with the accepted
175hp Evenrude 5th Wheel; 2 slides/2 original owner, 5 S 5 speed, 32k mi. HARLEY DAVIDSON Yamaha '09 1300V bid. The cost of the
Ocean Pro very good Bdrms large water, speed, fuel injected, like new,REDUCED '08 1200 Sportster Star touring bike, bond wIl be includedd
cond. w/ trailer sewer & gas tanks, 180k miles, some $10,900 850-482-2994 Custom 2500 miles. $7,800. { ar as part Ul the bdders
$5,900. 334-596-1694 quad batteries, rust, runs but needss sa '06 A 334-796-87,4 bea-e bid proposal.
..$20,000 OBO. work. $2500 OBO 850- Nissan '06 Altima, warranty, ike new. "
Caravelle '07 21'5" (850)579-5183 579- 2136 Iv msg sunroofpower^ dor $8,400,334-702-4778. Sf e./MpHd 1978 Cr. y Step Van. NOTE There will be a
Bowl ider. 45 hours. Scosters/Mopeds
B idere50rI D -Ford '04 Crown Victo- CD S9K miles. Harley Davidson '08 does no rur $500. mandatory Pre Bid
260 hp. Bimini top. Dutchmen 40 ft. LX, loaded,55K $12000. 334-791-3081 Low Rider; less than ,05 Scooter, 90mpg, FORD 9 F 0, 4n 31r 2 at 1000
Snap in carpet and Travel Trailer 06 miles, drives like a 3K mi. black, warrqn- 49cc Heav Duty hevy 03'Astro van 4x4 Auto, $5300229- C at te Chila
covers A f a 38B-DSL Seeps 8 dream $8700321 ty, perfect cond. Likenew, ow iles, Ltpack. 61K actual 334-8520,229-296- College Phsical
cessories included. 2 Slideouts, Loaded, 2 63Many xtras. $13,500 .: Must see, $1200 OBO mi. rearair, very nice 8171 Plant Buildin or
Call for all of the ex- Like new. $20,500. 850-526-2790 850-482-7739 condo. $7,800. OBO Ford '95 LTL 9000 General Contractors
tras. Excellent condi- 334-406-4555 HARLEY DAVIDSON Y347-5560 after 6pm Setic Truck, 5000 who plan tosubmit a
tion. $27,000.00 OBO '2. ___ II _____ __ 2Q03, 1200Sportster Y alla'05Zumati Tu 50 d n b
S(334)300-1122. KEYSTONE '07 100h anniv. edit. 50cc.5000 miles, ev- Chrysler '95 Voyager, ga lon capacity with bid or this project,
(334)300-122. 0 KEYSTONE07 L100thanniv. edition, erocc, t000 on i s, V6, auto, seats, new moro pump. 334-see Section B, "In-
COCNLNopper Canyon 5h Nissan '07.Pathfinder Lots of chrome, power, am/fmcass. 693:5718 structions to Bidder-
der" "w" wheel, 2 slidessur- 'Black, to. n3 nicese u .$900
Bowrd w e sun iSE,' Black, K Auto. 5K $7,500.334-701.3974 newtires, NOW FrieghtLiner06ec. s", Paragraph B-16.
Bowrider.w/wake round sound, 1g. liv- 0 3Ln e
board tower. 350mag ing area $27,500, 2006 Bad Boy Bugg '5 Tir, aut m. leatherint., 3rd Harley Daidson '87 $1975 OBO 850-592- condo. asking for pay The Owner reserves
300hp, like new, 334-618-6572. all electric, inGreat 390 4bbl, slide steer- row seat, Like new. FXR Superlide, Cus- Sport Utility Vehicles 2832 "- off, 334-618-9383334- the right to wave
$2 0Layton Travel Trailer Condition. Finished in ing, 69K miles, $6,995 $16.000. 334 897-0582 [om paint. ots of 6 923115 Cuntrr. informalities in any
Fisher '01 Hawk 18 '083 ft w/2 slides Realtree Hardwoods. obo. 334-671-5051 or Nissn 08era rome. 9500 850- Chevy 04 Tahoe reat Wide qal i reject any
foot, Class 2, with King bed..LIKE NEW Full windshield, 2 gun 334-797-5051 'JDR.. Ilke Blewe! 5200 4 Tahoe. Mitsubishi '06 PRader or allabids, or to ac-
115 Mercury out- garage kept, $21,000. racks, winch, front -ord '93 Taus, rs C wn 229 c. Call larley Davidson'96 mile.PW Dur.Cr Cr eptany bid and any
board motor with Also available tow basket, roof basket, Fod'93Taurus,runsW, PL.
trailer, fis ih Also avaable, GMC03 and battery, rf bae d, nds AC Ron Ellis 14-'028 FatboV. red whe. Radio, CD. tinted C-. C .Dab. V. VLoaded. 32K combination of alter-
trailer, 2 fsh fnaers vehie GMC'03 an aery charger. -2200 -334-475-1723 13K miles, great wdw. running bds $14,500. 33 91-066 notes or separate bid
trolling motor, ac- 3/4ton. Call (334)585-9488 1-334-47 3 Plymouth oyager. h-ape. 8.500u. 514. 00. 850.7 I prices that, in their
cess ladder, Bemini, 85.569-2215. Ceilla Ford 95 Taurus Runs AC. CD, cruise con- 334-899-1212 74.) 5695774 Ford 95 Windar i I cement, will be to
AM/FM radio, on 8Sj.; 1la-5461. Good. Wrckd Can be trol new motor. G-- RAT CONDITION Van -.eling for parts lll l J hebest interest of
board charge, cover, [ F ld $10 798.431 12000 334-40 3130 CONDITION i. 33691 Nav s p a I
very well kept inder Sabre by Paarrmi,,r.. -F' 2987 34-701-5516 avista'98 Eagle,"Z Ch
shelter. $14,000.334- 08. 28 h 5th waheel .PONTIAC 1965 r E --- with 525E Cummin CHIPOLA COLLEGE
685-7319 camper. 3 slides. &I -i TempesL 4 door R U engine, ne tre. al /s/ Dr Gene
6 many extras, clean. with 326 engine. equipment included. Rough President
Fisher 07' 1600 Alu- ~acrifce $291 850 i Runs greatly Good l excellent running Cpola Col
minum Bass Boat 40 5935675 condition. S3000., conditionn ,.0.50 i Board ofTrustees,
Mercury 4 stroke, -- cnnII 334-797-5285 Harly Bportotor Of T
low hours, loaded, Soralis *99 Sunriner Ford 98 Escort 334-797-5285 Harley S12p e h PLYMOUTH 6 Gra4- 99-659402 or 334 o aro H Tri
loaded, Orange 1200R. Vanre PLYMOUTH '96 Grand
like new, $7,900. 334- 33' with ne 14' 2008 5th whel, iKe 4 d'lr. aujtmaticc. r 1R V ar Chevy 05 Ta r. Voy-er .49 rw tires. -6594
714-5860 slide in very good stone Laredo RL29. 111,000 mies, I n 0 TC 00M 1a eH d ins 6 0 1r n eathn- toow'ng package, new Sonoma '3 GMC3 CuIIISl
Je -9condition. $8,500. cal Mike(334)791- new tires, $2995. S ,9 i n5 90 newtires, ower, power steering Extended Cab 4.3V6
Javelin '99 19'Rene- 334-699-1319 0318. 2400 obo. 33-90-7959 0 2 m 7vrynice. 18,99 pump, very clean, Engine Automatic
gade F/S bimini like new, 1 slide Fod C HD'97, Fatboy. Pew- White 850-579-4694 low mileage. $3.250 Power brakes & NoticetCr
top,cover,exc cond, Sportsman '08 RV ord. Cro r" t r & Black, lowered OBO 334-687-9845 or windows. Clean ce re s
garage kept 175hp Travel Trailer 30' FORD -'96 F150 na. l..I oaded I mle garage .eDt .12k mi. 33435 la $7800 Call 792-0603.
9500334-726-5909 Gas, Elec. appl. 1 Green, 5speed,6cyl, run likenew e .u.. 201T1. Must see. $1l k80 L F4891
slide out,queen bed, 234K miles, 70K on FIRPM. 334-. 74-90lit, C'dale 85,0-352--342
KEYWEST 17'6"like Exc. Cond. $19,500 trans, engine runs WantedI I3 LegalAds IN THE CIRCUIT
new, suzuki mtr 115 OBO 334-718-8848 OK, body damage, Automobiles COURT FOR JACKON
hp4 stroke, gps trol- or 718-8863 $695 OBO Iv msg COUNTY, FLORIDA
lingmtr, cd/m/am. (34)677-7501 FTOd/Rf-mrm.nd I s .PROBATE DIVISIONR
$16,000.334-347-1887 Terry Camper 16' (334)677-7501 FORD- BrandN N 0 Tu ar Chevy '09 HHR L1 Corvair for part LegalNoes OBATE DIVISION
or 334-449-0162 sleeps 6. A/C. GMC'99Yukon SLE, 2010 Mustang GT2 rany. great gas mile- silver leather heated ll haul File No. 09-286PR
$500. 334-678-0151 all power, 81K miles. r. age. ad 50 seats all pwr. at. d 33-6 60 LF80 Divisio: Probate
Ranger 1998, 16' s r$5500 334-899-3703 ` t L.bii n l.22WD5 OBO 34-775 s3028s a mp3. 17". Hpolsh LF14890 Division
Cherokeestick steer Sylvan 1988 24 Honda 01'Relle edalum.wi.. .9K. Ti. nINVITATIONRTOBID IN RE:.ESTATE.OF
lotsaetra,. Mutt r tee -nt---r t.i. I0 hp Scooter maruIn. $ .i0-i~s-
-3'mecr M.rur too tocc S o m n C 5. 7 WILLIAM KENNETH
5.500.. 334-75-6945 Concord Coachma r, mercury. n trole. 249. 70 4189-334-790-4857 2008 F-250Ford Bids will be received LINTON,
SMotng r H0 m 2 Take t34; .3 205 310 5662 Chevy 99Taha. Lariat Exc. Cond. b the Cpoa
l_ Iongv2e0rnp.T.yke .*i3u4-,,od4..4 odv4o9 lllI-! . edition, all 13,176MI.$36,000 lege Board of Trust- Deceased.
over paymentS0. Honda 04' Goldwng power, 141K miles. Truck is fully'loaded ees, Marianne, Flori-
593-5103 A n GLI60l Tril.e rh.3rr $5300 080 334-618- 850-569-2840 ,
"-" -- pion sider car. red. 8K 7381 33-4. Thmusay, April 8, CREDITORS
Cruise Master LE. 'O. 02010 in the Public
36ft workhorse has- Flight rlur, Share '83 Ford luijtancg 1965 Mi. e.,c. cond3. 010, in the Public
i 1 ga36ftworkhorse a-' Flight Club 1 nare 83 Ford 1965 m1. 1 000 3 347 0-1467 Ford '06 Expedition Chevrolet '061500 Service Building Con- The administration of
t-Ct Isa s 8. g.m 7 erng;'in Ce-:ina n12 iM 152 269 aut. ac i. Toyota 09 Camry u .,c,i,,,. I,.- .:,,, Black 36K Rear Ar Silverado WT, ex- ference Room, at the estate of WIL-
Sailboat ' 22K mi. no mk.w rangard in Mar ec. c ule.:ar. c i CoTmuer.:ar. 3rd Ro Seat Leath- tended cab. Good which time and place LIAM KENNETH
30', 2 cyl. armar d;- gen. 3 sl SAT. 2 TV. 2 crd. $2000 85 569 with sorr new part. 2.00 milestillurr er22KNeg L cond$9,500. all bids received will LINTON, deceased,
sel eng., Very low hrs A/C, auto leveling, R 2969 Thi is ~ great der warrant.y$16.90u. -- New 3"4-718-o 334 798-3352 be publicly opened whose date of death
less than 250. Roller cam. Roadmaster i rolect .:ar. ha: 331-726-2972 Che '67 210 does and read aloud for was September 23,
furlingbimin, head, tow/brakesystem, I Auto Engines/ I o;,ra motor O GMC im Chevy 67 210 doesn't furnishing all labor 2009 is pending in
micro fridge. Good '05 Jeep Wrangler n TOYOTA 'ir great co.. $420 1200 or and materials for the the Circuit Court for
cond. Dro fckedge.Snug Unlimited, 41k mi, p Wranglr Parts/Misc. I Prt. rand ri w O 8,0-526-2491 part out 334-522-4380 nrc Cou or
Hrcond.-Docked.Snug Unlimed, 41k ml,4 C;., e tended warranty: ask for Tom construction of: Jackson County, Flor-
Harborslip B-6.334- Autoair, 6cyl,$75k gps. solar moon ro ikr o CHEVY '87 delux10 New Centralized ida, Case No. 09-
673-0330. $15,000. w/jeep, $60kwithout ri tang cnapartl 1965fo t. 34894545 Hummer '06 H 3. 41k Red w/blk stripes. Chilled WaterPlant 286PR, the address of
jeep, both in great tang car parts for miles, moon roofi $2000. 334-714-9558 Ch for which is 4445 Lafay-
cond. selling due to sale.334-393-9669 Volkswagen '06 Bee. ChipolaCollege ette Street, Maian-
S health. 850-352-2810 B l tie, uto, d isl., 2K Honda 05 leher seats. satr te Marianna, Florida na, Florida 32446. The
S Automobiles Misc riles,40MP. load- VTXI300R..S Beaut;- radio. blue e "o All work shall be names and address-
.... 07'3.... Automobe .,., $22.495 OBO 798-9695
i sid, loaded CH/A Ford 1 lu..tang 196 2497 or 334 62-1655 ry. over 2000 in ac Jeep 03 Wrangler 6 plans and specifica- representative and
.-iiiiog fbp, wk. horse 8.1 Limosine, '96, Linc. cessones. 6k miles, cylinder, 5 speed, 4 tions prepared by the personal repre-
gas, 5,900 mi. $100k Super-stretch 30 V witautomat- VW'06 Passat, load- asking $5700 wheel drive, black Paul A. Donofro and sentative's attorney
aBO 334-898 1201 $55000 334 790 82833 ic trans. looks, runs & ed, blue/black, GPS, .wheel drive, Dlack, PaulA. Donofro and tentative's attorney
Seacraft, '89 20ft 348drives good asking sattalite radio, new Honda '06 CTX 1300 soft top, hard doors, Associates, Archi- are set forth below.
Center Console, boat, Gulfstream '07 MERCEDES '97 E320, $8500. 334-355-2400 tires, like new inside Cruiser Like New AC, AM, FM, CD, 1 CHEVY '91, 1Ton 12ft tects, ?910 Caledonia
motor&tra er, 95 Kingsport 30X8, like 117K ar/Bctual miles Honda '04 Accord EX, & out. 119K, moving 4200Mi.$6600 OBO owner. 111Kmiles, Flat Bed Dump Truck Street, Marianna, All creditors of the
225HPJohnsonMtr, new, 0gmiles, kept Silver/Beg1 e a excel_ me 'Honded a 00 o E &out.$119K,34-vi132good condition. $5,500OBO229-334- Florida 32446. Plans decedent and other
Dual Axle Tr. w/ under shelter, 2 lent condition $7,000 V6 loaded, $200 oveea $12,000 334-8414 06-1322 12,999 OBO.913- 8520, 229-296-8171 are on file and open persons having
well very clean, sleeps 4, CH&A, di- Ron Ellis 714-0028. VW '07 Rabbit Candy Appe Red 28 Chevy91Cherokee office of the Archi- against decedent's
Great cond. $5,900. nette 18 ft awing, full Automobiles Honda'05 Civic, manual,34K,aloy miles LIKENEW, 04Wrangle pickup lift gatect, 2910 Caledonia estate on whom a
334-791-4891. Co- bath, 2 301b LP tanks forSale Great ags saver, $300 wheels,like $5,300 229-334-8520, trail rated, less than, $1500 850-352-4724 Street, Marianne, copy of this notice is
lumbia, AL 515,500. 850-209-8944 doWn, $299/mo.'Call new,$11,800. 229-296-8171 27K miles, had & 1 Dodge '02 Dakota Florida. Plans are al- required to be served
St cher 334-t3-8s otHonda'07 Shado t ops, AM/FM CD,' Leat er nt. Quad cab so on file in the fol- must file their claims
Seiao ,fX ,Jet 2003 To ta oCTr St ce791-8243.3- 3 /blk flames $000 AC, tilt, and cruise. Clean cond. Fully lowing plan rooms: with this court WITH-
Ski, 60 hns, very XLE -A, ll (j 1.14, ,., -'t'3:4-6-398' F.W Dodge Plan IN THE LATER OF 3
clean, life jacket & N -. p.w..,er -unrio-i. Honda '06 Civic, Gray '0 ad C- Pom-. Tallahassee, MONTHS AFTER THE
cover incl. $5500 850- -- AM fM c iJ.c CO 4dr, a/c, 5sp, power HONDA 95 VaIlyre Dodge 08Quadcan. and Penc,:,la. Floni- TIME OF THE FIRST
527-4455 Di. Chan ir.Red 73,500 mi., Good gas .u ralor al. 5. He. lade d. a. PUBLICATION OF
-Ac_,rS116.000. C 73,50mileage&,condit1on. 97C4-'"Tiri-L .. .r0 aii ungwri r.t 5t $15.900. 334-796-8174 THIS NOTICE OR 30
Stratos'99 273 "A J4-796-1513 r 14- $9,900.334-243-4166 04.p. r tory ac. re a.n t6.500 OBO Drawings and speci- DAYS AFTER THE
Intimidator, 17ft bass Monaco 330 Dy9nas 9 as. r --ost-ration prciect. 334 63 5454 .T hicatiors may be ob- DATE OF SERVICE OF
Johnson 150HP, 42FT, 3 slides, exce ChaseHYUNDAI '08 Accent 80-.:. complete NADA tainted frorr, the of- A COPY OF THIS NO-
$6500334-596-1694 lent condition, gara- asExcellent condition-, $12.000 'ne .1 mei Jeep04 Wrn,' lice of the Architect TICE ON THEM.
.Terryo ed, no pets, no smok- 3rc ,- I t. 3. w, ISO-X, rriiie-:. at-wrIg.9.iiu.E-334. 7 -Jeep 04 rarl.. p' Dat Post Office Boc
/ e r o u oar ', a -'-s- 't s e e .="r ,d t r a n m n 1fo 6 9 3 1 1 -I 4'y 'm 1 5 ,: . L y p 4
$4500. in electronics. a m ustrat es Acura *5 TS\ K OBO 334" A-i': r |" -" h' prfter, garage ke h $r T 861, 29150.00 Caledonia All other creditors of
r 3 3 am'fm,ca mp. ailo Street, Marianna, the decedent and

Sale $7,000. 334-235 159,7000. 850-866- Black 5 SPD Loaded 13K, runs great, extra ,980 Custom fiberglass which will be refund- WITHIN 3 MONTHS
2995 2774- $11,200 West Main J- Beautiful proco or odseat & saddle bags, a hood,22"hood ed only to those sub- AFTER THE DATE OF
Phaeton 07'40ft'064 Car Sales LC -Hyundai'9 parts car 1958 Me vey clean, newipes JEEP 197 Wrangler scoop, stainless emitting a bonafide' THE FIRST PUBLICA-
SCam pers/Travel \slde-oruts,15K ml. 191.WestMain St. ur Turnpik Cruis- &manyextra 4x4,ac,pacart, grill &'bumpers bid and returning lION OF THIS NO-
mraieTrs2 350 CAT diesel, 3F.4-9.-5aa r- er 4 dcr C-I'k OBO. 334-750-6237 new engine/trans/ Snap on tread said documents preT -n TICE.
$4500. in elect roncs ns l gani KR,6500rmiles 8018/792-8827.6500. liftkit,6"glass tion, within ten (10) ALL CLAIMS NOT
2Sale$7005 Gulfstream 5th cemakerW/Din0.850-866- Black PDLoaded 13K, runsgreat, extra ll C ustom fiberglass which will be refund- WITHIN 3 MONTHSE
Wheel, 4 slideouts, motion satellite dish, Mai n iti Beautiu project or 6654 aft er5 pm hood, 22" hood ed only to those sub- AFTIME PERIODS SE DATE OF
850-482-8256 Home theater ss I. Wet [i: -a i al cat ,r ned a Kawasaki'07 Vulcan ecoo entr leather REDUCED $4800 0BO moreethan o eti 7302 T ClORN
Leathereuronre, 07 er' 40ft. 4 CaLL r Slesn up c .1 trade 600 Mean Streak Sp. int. 7255K mi. s subcontractors, sup- IDA PROBATE CODE
i des K beesMain'St1 33 89k St. 334-699-5880 ti Cp 796 11 500 grillbumpers bi080 334 plieand returning ma WILLON BE FOREVER
Cape 1sTrve Brake-Buddy for tow Blue Extra Nice tr. uc. ke Call/-o t 796-ts' OO 334-441-7909- 673-0823 purchase a full set of BARRED.
F"ar rav ca.3 aagutoned. $11-, 50 I0 WsMn Init9J3 05-i ghts7andiDumpotruck $ 0 said00 documents fpre:TICE.

..Many othr 0on ption. Can eSal C 142 0 m la 95 w.eekens on i Kawasakip'08u0can NISS h frt i.nd- 0 '79 d F-00 125 er set, non NOTWITESTANDNR G
$160 CAT diesel,000. 1 -' S 3 33 7 6C s L 1 nbo3
mileswD Alum.tool box,.6" paid in good ;condi-

334-797-3617. 334-699-5880 JEEP '06 Wrangler, lcycs weather saddlebags, remote keyless entry Ford '00 Ranger, 101K P a t wl SET FORTH ABOVE,
20 34 5th h. Point Five Damo BMW'04 3301 black soft top, 49K miles 2 fr birds & more. 34,263 miles. $19,000. miles, manual, new6" glass tion, within ten (10) ALL CLAIMS NOT
COPPER CANYON BY Daybreak '0532' /D w/tn leather auto- door auto 4 wheel $572800. Ca334-692- 334-793-1544 tires.$440 raing ubcontracaf toer receipt of FILED WI THE DE-
KEYSTONE 2 sl. Motorhom 15,50atell 7Mi. matic, sunroof, good ive.iti '013000 334- TOYOTA 06 Four rims Lots of extras! bids. Generical, plumbing CEDENT S DATIM E PERIODS SET
bright & spac.g. revg. Has 12'slide-outtow as mileage 80k mi ve5-0846 Runner SR, 2wd Ford 02 F150oa newres XLT, and electrical). DEATH IS BARRED.
area, buit in.cabi- pckg, 5.5 KW Gen. $13,900 334-685-6233 --... -. 70 mle. white, red. 4WD, Triton Suppliers and other
nets, TV & built in Fully loaded extra BMW'95 5301 -fullhy W M elent cond. v 5.4L eng, 104,168 subcontractors may The date of first pub-
radio &DVD, clea ln asking $45K Id K S 1 .70. 334d.11313M $6500 $13i900.. Super CrewCab, purchase drawings location of this notice
w/surround sound, 334-687-3171cean ai Engelen54K lae 96K '06 HP tna iWde qo.qd tires, tool box, and specifications at is March 18,2010.
lg.Bd/rm, king b ed scenic Cruiser 37bft ',ttr $ 16)0 0ci 89 k U St BiN 33 -9 Toyot1 0 SiCruir. $ i .00.334-894-1212 the rate of
w. ora,, d G9 r I- truck.Call/text 796- OBO 334-441- r 3 44-7909823 $2.67-082ur00/sheet of draw- AttorneyforPersonal
dbk By uldftdyfore 99'N 30 a..--30755--DumpLit Ninew s and, 0doumnt .fo

ets, built in chest immaculate cond. $11,500.WestMain 4s 4 Kawasaki 09 Z0X14 ,IK TNie-S $2A,40n wings and 20c/page of Representative:
drawers, priv.bath, ladother options CADILLAC $ ,5 00 ,334-687-7956 T 900 C i Monster energy edi- 334-803-3577 Ford 03' V-8 specifications. Danielle M. Pollock
w/$160,000stool, shower & must see1919 Dothan E. cod., leather Platim Model 98K truthinsoncom ton. pipes, power windshield, audio Supecrew 30,200 i. Florida Bar No.
sink dinettes super $58500334-803-3397 seats, 4dr, beige t. Loaded P 7,20 0 Wranglerst commander, high You namr e it F like new, Must See! Bidding documents 0070309
nice 29,500.334-805- fully loaded. $12,900. Main Car Sales LLC 2003 YZ125, bought flow air filter, low *** $14,000 334-494-0460 will be sent UPS, col- Fisher, Butts,
4906 or 334-792-0010 TIOGA '04 Motor 334-701-1836 1919 Wes t Main St new in 2005, 2000; miles. $9,700. CLASSIFIED or 334-393-6479 manualct, unless other- Sechrest Warner &
29ft FleetwoN DaybHome 24ft w/ideou t Cadillac'94 334-6995880 2007 YZF2, reat $5700. 334-790-1852. FORD 334-793-154407 F250 Super wise specified. tomer .A.
KEYSTONE 2 s 1.7 7Mtorhome 15,507Mi. matic, sunroof, good ie4KPu.t. 33"- 3337 '5T A0 u 334-693-0685

fully self contained, G yclewan Fleetwood Broug- -ap mn Kawasaki '911000 as it Duty V-8 Crew Cab 5 p s T
new bedghtsp, slide out & 12' slide 9663 hmileage.Tocond fully Lincoln 01' nExcutu ja er OB5 4 'and 2and electrical) u bi DEATHESI S BARRED.E
canopyrea, bugreat condi- 'pckg, 5.5 KW Gen. 13,900334-685-6233 Series 103K mli. a l,00- 0i ht red. 4WD, Triton Suppliers and other

thWheel, 06 36 ft eAxt8 hvrt 93 ap r leather Masti 14500K 05200mi, Blue, 1999 4 Ar MASTER ORD'07 F-356 59 L to the chipola Col- 5922
netsi & bD' RemA n g wll lod esdxtra M 301full '. e i'd. engine, -sBaker Red Ke ki 09 o imple m 6 70 s subcontractor may The ateof first pub-

334-655-1100 334Vs/C pers -687-3171 newat r.s 3il0e r5 cs h i tieat $6 ,8 4 8 00. 3. 34-. 2670.

SWated N350 Good arbags 37kminAt Zboubmds0 a $3000. mfw 445n6302 nt 5.33 Fr 7g l l Get n w S 0aLents on
I / .ur $ 900 R8 *0e84-015,neou06 HDD Mind h i de 16 n.ew e ';i Cruil 0r mires, toolbox, specifications at mobi e device
e s U nnst ...... .....' ... Mazda 03' Tribute street legal.. $1295. cover,3000+ miles block repaired & Excellent, $9800. y [ I a 0e o f

0750 P...... icondi Haslee 334 C y Monte Car- exc cond 106K m 'i 334-774-2521334-774- Black $ 5,100. ml. cleaned & crank 334-790-79598 sp cti., d it hM.7 o

dually owpack Cagusedaaget$00r. $7Cherolet-4'2cmaro 2773 after 5 P.M. (334)655-9-11 T-turn 8 ted too ht RD an apoesmnt Stay c arrnected!
& Reaes Cmih 85 526s 28ser0 Dr t tops neeud a restoGr-..... Linol'*07MoTts of eta o- Lv Miess p e rprampr ew30F arr.tsoier un r F D07 oth erTte no

sk32ft. din- ess 2A C Fr 3nd Damage $4800 ij. HARLEY Davidson'01 manual included V- w Muli t Soaded, .

5.5 K Genera100or. niB ul loB 334-475-6267 tn ir hate $ad King Police, uhnteldo tor oter3500 OBO t.u00 OBO 229-861- wis ,
6or1dedIO no smoke no Conquest 352 r 475-0084 1 s '0,8 I i00 miles. White, 8s0mpg,00. i' 34 621 5iF 2ia14. r249 309-1890 ess r c

neLts Exci Condu sleeps 8, lots of ex- h ,- u i cleaned & shop kept. MinghtE1 Onei n rHELnr, 30 i, K e E b ime u i1
Cheyon.M ntC00.-334-714-40 Txc Acon 334- 69 8 3 51 "0 334-774-363F B clae .,n I 6 0334-7-959a i

heoke Trler'06 798 4462 Warranty 850- 594-3282 -- L-n, A rm s a w c cc.nd us o r obC l
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w28' Lsleeps8 Chevy 94',Suberban Mazda 5,07'Grand ofChrome, Black, Yamaha- 0. Vr. 2... ;lt 1i36 FORD 08 F250 f r
347-.1887 or3 3444 9- runs good, good ties tourin, excacond re $10,250 352-303-2713 In-i Ire i Gandy 4 row ..s.PD 95
0162 ..'mi. black $11,500 Harley Davidson 02' cond., 6K ml., 1198cc cide applicator miles, 4 doorauto-rt
dv Si Chevy '97 Corvette, 334-445-3652 or 256- Heritage Softail & incl. sissy bar, w/double boxes, for matic transmission,
T red, with removable 452-8026 Springer like new, to guard. cover & trickle two chemicals Like New condition
REUSIT 0 I Yoursoure glass top, extra clean many ext. to list chger, $6,200. 334- mounted on tool bar. LUE exterior, TAN
REDUCED 03 Amer; -Or SOWCC 110K mi es. $12,000. Mercedes '00 E320 4,600 mi. $10,500. 333-5854 or email Good condition. $400. BS
can star 36' 5th 334-798-1828 Wagon $6500 334-235-2995 229-758-3146 or 229- a/c,crui alloys am/fm, -.
Wheel; 2 slides/2 S/ CHRYSLER '08 300 334-220-2654 Harley Davidson 05' YAMAHA '08 V-star 400-5184 airbag, leather int.,
Bdrms, large water, 6 Signature Series, va- Mercedes 97' SL500 FLHTCI Electra glide 250, Burgundy, Massey Ferguson 240 passenger airbag, PL,
sewer & gas tanks, i nilla, navigation, like conv. 54K mi. classic 9,000 mi. Low miles! Like new! 400 hrs. like new PS, PW, sun roof, j f
$17,000 OBO. 8nd ,i new, asking pay-off leather int. Wine col- black, loaded, Asking $2,695., $9,800. OBO 334-794- tow pkg. $28,000
(850)579-5183 $16,700. 334-470-8454 or 334-693-3980 $13,800. 334-714-9377 334-693-5454 3226 (229)942-0667

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