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Jackson County Floridan

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Title:
Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Floridan
Creator:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna, Fla
Publisher:
Chipola Pub. Co.
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Daily (except Saturday and Monday)[<1979-1995>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
daily
normalized irregular
Language:
English

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
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Spatial Coverage:
United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna

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

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

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Juvenile charged with hitting cop


Escapes

custody twice
STAFF REPORT

A juvenile was taken to detention after
alleged striking a Marianna police officer
and running from officers three times,
before being apprehended and charged
Monday with multiple offenses.
The trouble began just before 4:30 a.m.


Monday, when offices were dispatched to
the dead end of Graham Street in reference
to a report of three white males standing in'
the street.
The juveniles ran into the woods nearby
as the officers approached.
Later, officers encountered two juve-
niles in the area of 4285 Lafayette St., in
front of the Bank of Jackson County.
One of them was detained, but police
say the other lied about who he was, struck
an officer and ran away.
Later in the day, officers went to North
Street Trailer Park on reports that the juve-
nile was reportedly headed there.


Officers made contact with him in the
parking lot across from Trinity Baptist
Church.
But the juvenile pulled away from them,
running north on Bump Nose Road. He
was soon found in a wooded area behind
a residence.
He was then taken into custody and
transported to the Marianna Police
Department for processing.
Afterward, he escaped from officers
who were leading him outside to a waiting
vehicle. This time, he ran north toward
Madison Street.
Officers blanked the area and soon


caught him again.
He was then transported to the office of
the Department of Juvenile Justice at the
Jackson County Sheriff's Office. He will
be taken to secure detention in Panama
City.
Both juveniles were charged with loiter-
ing and prowling.
Multiple charges have been filed against
the one who ran from officers and struck
one of them.
He is charged with battery on a law
enforcement officer, resisting an officer
with violence, obstruction by disguise, and
escape from police custody.


Passerby rescues woman from fire

BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
An early morning fire
destroyed the home of an 'elderly
Graceville-area woman Sunday,
after a friend rescued her from
the burning house.
Graceville resident Pat
Yoemans was driving home from
Dothan, Ala. that morning and
could barely see the road because
of the smoke as she crossed the
Alabama-Florida lirin on'State
Road 77 around 1:40 a.m.
By the time she got through the
smoke, she was 'almost at the
home of Betty Nolin, at 5889 SR
77. As it cleared, she saw Nolin's
house was ablaze.
She knew who lived there;
Yoemans grew up in Graceville
with Nolin's children.
She pulled over, hit her flash-
ers, got out of her vehicle and
dialed 911 as she ran across
Nolin's front yard.
Yoemans banged on the front
door as hard as she could, but got .
no response. She tried the door


See FIRE, Page 4A >


This home in Graceville was destroyed in afire Sunday morning. - Contributed photo


Record number take coupons.

BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER.
Qualifying, Jackson County senior citizens
have one more opportunity to pick up free
coupons they can trade for fresh produce at
farmers' markets. �
The coupon distribution is being overseen
by Jackson County Senior Citizens Director
Abbie Burdeshaw and staff.
" ' On the first day of distribution, Monday,
170 people picked up two books of coupons,
worth $20 each.
There are enough books 'left to give 80
more people two coupon books each,
Burdeshaw said.
Z", They will be distributed Wednesdayfrom 9
a.m. until noon at the Jackson County
Commission meeting room in the county
annex, located on south Madison Street in
Marianna.
'" The coupons will be given out on a first
come, first serve basis to those who meet age
and income requirements.
Recipients must be at least 60 years old,
and income eligibility depends on the number
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fresh produce at farmers' markets. - Mark Skinn'er/ Floridan


See COUPONS, Page 4A >


Cash

register

thief sought
STAFF REPORT
Marianna police are on the
lookout for a man who broke
into a cash register and stole
money from a motel Monday.
The theft was reported by a
family member of a staff per-
son at America's Best Value
Inn, located at 4168 Lafayette
St. The witness reported seeing
a tall, slender black man mov-
ing from behind the check-in
counter and hurriedly leaving
the motel shortly after 1:30
p.m. The suspect got into a
beige SUV with Florida plates,
the witness said. He was last
seen traveling east on Lafayette
Street, wearing a bright yellow
shirt and blue jeans at the time.
Police say the cash register had
been forced open and an un4is-
closed amount of cash was
taken. Anyone with informa-
tion in the case is asked to call
the Marianna ' Police
Department at 526-3125 or
CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.


Bascom

resident

dies in crash
STAFF REPORT
A Bascom man died Sunday
after the car he was driving
struck several trees off
Basswood Road.
According to Florida -
Highway Patrol reports, John
Wallace Grant, 50, died at
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital
as a result of his injuries.
Grant was northbound in a
2009 Ford SUV on Basswood
Road around 1 p.m. when, for
unknown reasons, he steered
sharply to the left. The vehicle
started spinning counterclock-
wise and crossed the south-
bound lane before entering the
west ditch.
The SUV then collided with
an oak tree, continued spinning
after impact, and hit two more
trees. The vehicle came to rest
west of the road, according to
the highway patrol.


Man who lost job hikes for cancer


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Salvatore Pascarelli is
hiking thousands of miles
to raise cancer awareness.
He walked through
Marianna on his trek
Monday.
He started in
Brooksville, about 40 miles
north of Tampa, on April
10.
) He has about 4,000 miles
to go before he concludes
his journey. He's going first
to San Diego, then on to
Seattle.
Pascarelli, who works in
construction, has been
without work for some
time as the result of the
S recession.
Rather than sitting home
and moping about his


predicament, Pascarelli
decided to take this time to
cross the country in a quest
to raise money in the fight
against cancer.
He has lost several fami-
ly members to various
forms of cancer, and both
his mother and father are in
remission.
He said his mother has
breast cancer and his father
has brain cancer. One of 10
siblings, his father is one of
only four who survive. The
other six died of various
cancers, Pascarelli said.
He's asking supporters to
give to the Moffitt Cancer
Center in Tampa, or any
other respected cancer
foundation of their choice.
A link to the Moffitt Center
and other information
about his journey can be


found at
hikingforacause.com.
Pascarelli carries his
food, clothing and other
supplies in a backpack,
which weighs about 42
pounds when fully loaded.
He is re-supplied on the
road by his friends and
family, who send items to
various post offices along
the way.
He usually sleeps in his
tent on public rights-of-
way, or on private property
with permission.
He tries to walk about 30
miles a day, 15 miles in the
early morning and 15 more
later in the day.
Initially, his backpack
had about 52 pounds of
supplies. But Pascarelli,
who only weighs about 165
pounds, had to off-load


some of it for comfort. He
gave up his water purifica-
tion system, for instance, in
favor of purification
tablets.
He traded his traditional
sleeping bag for a high-
tech model that weighs
about eight ounces and
folds up very small when
not in use. He has a sleep-
ing pad that he blows up
each night and places under
the bag for a more com-
fortable rest.
He has three changes of
clothes, a few light-weight
aluminum cooking uten-
sils, and four to six days-
worth of dehydrated food.
Peanuts and chocolate are
also among his staples, for
protein and energy, along
See HIKES, Page 4A >


Salvatore Pascarelli hikes down Highway 71 as part of
his cross country walk to raise money for cancer treat-
ment. - Mark Skinner / Floridan


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submissions.

Getting it Rightl
Edna Alford of Grand
Ridge, and several other
members of Running
Moms, a non-profit service
organization, are helping
organize the 5K Barefoot
Run which will be part of
the Compass Lake in the
Hills Barefoot Music
Festival next month.
The organization's Web
site address, where infor-
mation about the run can
be found, is www.running-
moms.org. The address
was incorrectly stated in a
Sunday story about the
upcoming festival.
Jackson County Floridan pol-
icy is to correct mistakes
promptly. To report an error,
call 526-3614 Monday-Friday.


April 27 - Tuesday
* Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes Tuesdays, 1
p.m. at the Jackson County Senior Citizens
center, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call
482-5028.
* Chipola College Gator Gathering, 6 p.m.
in the Continuing Education Conference
Center. Chipola and the University of Florida
College of Agricultural and Life Sciences.
invite alumni, friends, prospective students
and their families. To be discussed: The pro-
posed Agricultural Education and
Communication program on the Chipola
campus. Dinner will be served. R.S.V.P to
Bud Riviere at 718-2268 or riviereb@chipo-
la.edu.
* Jackson County Quilters Guild Sit-n-Sew
is every Tuesday evening, 6-8 p.m. in the
First United Methodist Church Youth Hall,
Clinton Street, behind the Marianna Post
Office. Call 272-7068.
* The Cottondale High School Advisory
Council meets at 6 p.m. in the CHS confer-
ence room.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Tuesdays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
.Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

April 28 - Wednesday
* Eldercare Services will give out USDA
and Brown Bag food, 8 a.m. at 4296 Liddon
St., Marianna. USDA food will also be given
out at Malone City Hall, 8 a.m.
* Jackson. County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open Wednesdays, 9 a.m. to 3
p.m.
* Free cholesterol, glucose and lipids
screenings will be offered, when Jackson
Hospital brings Medwheels to the
Bascom/Greenwood, stopping at the
Bascom United Methodist Church, 10 a.m.
to noon; and at the Greenwood United
Methodist Church, 1:30-3:30 p.m. The test
involves a finger stick with instant results. A
health coach will be available to explain
results, answer questions.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Wednesdays, 12-1 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.
* The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees'
regular monthly board meeting is at 5:30
p.m. in the Hudnall Building.

April 29 - Thursday
* Open House, 3:30-6:30 p.m. at The


Jackson County Extension Office, 2741
Pennsylvania Ave., Suite 3 in Marianna.
Tours, refreshments, kids' activities, dis-
plays/demonstrations, Master Gardeners,
and more. Call 482-9620. Call 482-9620.
* Alcoholics Anonymous closed discus-
sion - Thursdays, 8-9 p.m. at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance
limited to persons with a desire to stop
drinking.

April 30 - Friday
* The 2010 Panhandle Seminole Club.Golf
Tournament is at Indian Springs Golf Club in
Marianna. Registration: noon; shotgun
start: 1 p.m. Four-man scramble. Cash
prizes awarded.. Greens fee ($65) includes
golf and barbecue lunch. SunSports
Network announcer and former SeminOle,
Keith Jones will speak. Proceeds raise
scholarship funds for local FSU students.
Call 526-4005, 209-1326, 482-5526 or 482-
8787.
* Sneads High School is sponsoring a
community cell phone collection drive in
honor of Earth Day. Cell phones do not have
to be in working condition and can be
dropped off at the SHS main office.
Collection continues through Friday, April
30.
* Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment," Fridays at
Evangel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill
Road. Dinner at 6 p.m. (free for first-time
guests); meeting at 7 p.m. Child care avail-
able. Call 209-7856, 573-1131.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Fridays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

May 1 - Saturday
* SunTrust teammates host a Relay for
Life Yard Sale, 7 a.m. to noon at 4167
Lafayette St. (Stoney's station) in Marianna.
Call 526-3516.
* As part of Join Hands Day 2010,
Woodmen of the World Lodge 65 and
Chipola Ministries volunteers Will collect
non-perishable food items, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
at the Grocery Outlet on Lafayette Street in
Marianna. Items will be donated to the
Chipola Ministries Food Pantry.- Call 272-
0815:
* The Third Annual Northeast Jackson
County Optimist Club Bicycle Rodeo is 9-11


a.m. in Johnny Williams Park, 5474 11th
St., Malone. Wear closed-toe shoes/appro-
priate clothing. Participants receive free hel-
met, goodie bag and certificate of comple-
tion. Call 573-4351 or e-mail Liz@jackson-
county.com.
* Author Jacqueline McGriff will be sign-
ing copies of her newest book, "Dare to Live
Healed," 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Jackson
County Public Library on Green Street in
Marianna.
* Jackson County.Community Emergency
Response .Team (CERT) training beg-ins
today. The three-part course is May 1, 8 and
15 at the Jackson County Emergency
Operations Center, 2819 Panhandle Road in
Marianna. Training is to prepare residents to
help themselves and their neighbors in the
event of a disaster or emergency. No
charge. Call 272-1372 or e-mail
training.jacksoncitizencorps@gmail.com.
* The Miss Sneads Pageants are at 6 p.m.
CDT in the Sneads High School Auditorium.
Call Mindy Howell at 482-9004, ext. 245.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, is 4:30-5:30 p.m.
'in the AA room.

May 3 - Monday
* Relay for Life of Central Jackson's Bank
Night starts at 6 p.m. in the Covenant
Hospice Center.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, 8-9 p.m. in the AA
room.

May 4. - Tuesday
* Optimist Club'of Jackson County meets
at noon in Jim's Buffet and Grill in
Marianna.
* Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting 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.Iin the First United Methodist
Church Youth Hall, Clinton Street, behind
the Marianna-Post Office. Call 272-7068.
* Washington-Holmes Technical Center's
graduation ceremony begins at 7 p.m. in the
Washington County Agriculture' Center. Call
638-1180, ext. 343.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, is 8-9 p.m. in the
AA room..


POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for April
25, the latest available
report: one suspicious
incident, one burglary, one
physical disturbance, four
verbal dis-
turbances, f"
two burglar L
alarms, 18 _.
traffic stops, 'CLIVME
one civil dis- 4r
pute, one trespass com-
plaint, one suicide
attempt, one building
check, one retail theft and
two public service calls.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and coun-
ty Fire/Rescue reported


the following incidents for
April 25, the latest avail-
able report: three acci-
dents (one with entrap-
ment, one with injury),
two hospice deaths, one
missing juvenile, two
abandoned vehicles, two
reckless drivers, one sus-
picious vehicle, one suspi-
cious incident, two high-
way obstructions, one bur-
glary, three verbal distur-
bances, one commercial
fire, 11 medical calls, one
burglar alarm, 12 traffic
stops, three larceny com-
plaints, four civil disputes,
one trespass complaint,
two follow-up investiga-
tions, two juvenile com-
plaints, one fight in
progress call, two animal
complaints, two retail
thefts, two public service


calls and one transport.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following persons
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting period:
- Tanya Green, 36, 2036
Carrie Ave., Sneads,
domestic battery.
- Carlos Harris, 52,
2528 Cypress Grove
Road, Grand Ridge, fail-
ure to appear.
- Jessica Barfield, 26,
(city and street address
not listed), violation of
county probation.
- Billy Smith, 40, 1540
County Road 173,
Graceville, driving while
license suspended.
- Benjamin Austin, 25,


4216 Wooberog Lane,
.Marianna, violation of
state probation.
- Bette Skalnik, 59,
1026 Nursery Road,
Chipley, retail theft.
- Gina Dutrai, 36, 1026
Nursery Road, Chipley,
retail theft.
- Sandra Alderman, 36,
3064 Watson Drive,
Marianna, domestic vio-
lence.
- Jeffrey Benoit, 56,
3064 Watson Drive,
Marianna, domestic vio-
lence.
- Brandon Mott, 25,
1026 Nursery Road,
Chipley, retail theft.
- Taquila Harrell, 25,
1026 Patterson Circle
Graceville, domestic vio-
lence.
- Velma Wright, 45,


1026 Patterson Circle,
Graceville, 1026 Patterson
Circle, domestic violence.
- Abilio Diaz, 40, 120
Northwest 25th St., Cape
Coral, retail theft.
- Martha Hicks, 63,
3108 Danhood, Marianna,
one count of worthless
check.
- Clifford Johnson, 39.
4472 Jackson, St.,
Marianna, violation of
injunction, trespass after
warning, resisting an offi-
cer without violence.

JAIL POPULATION: 227

To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000.
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FWCC (3922).


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Marianna

students

shine

at state

conference
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Marianna High School Family
Career and Community Leaders of
America recently attended State
Leadership Conference in Orlando,
where they strengthened their leader-
ship skills by serving as state and dis-
trict officers, voting delegates, mem-
bers of courtesy corp, and by partici-


Marianna High School FCCLA members attended the State Leadership
Conference in Orlando. From left, Stephanie Charles, Alexa Sanchez,
Gavin Hall, Kendra Bennett, Kathryn Lefloor and Jody Roy. Club advisors
are Tami Hall and Susie Barber. - Contributed photo


pating in competitive events.
Kathryn LeFloor was awarded a
silver medal in Fashion Construction,
Coordinated Outfit.


BCF to offer Women's


Adjunct Professor Judy Patrick teaches the Women's
Studies courses at BCF. - Contributed photo


Alexa Sanchez, Gavin Hall and
Kendra Bennett received a silver
medal in the Community Service
competition.


Study courses


SPECIAL TO THEIR FLORIDAN
The Baptist College of
Florida in Graceville will
soon be offering four class-
es in women's studies.
Taught by Adjunct
Professor Judy Patrick, the
courses are designed to
"equip leaders and
strengthen women's min-
istries," according to a BCF
press release.
The courses can be taken
individually or as part of
the Ministry or Missions
degree programs.
Patrick, who will teach
"Perspectives on Women's
Studies and Ministry" in
the fall, utilizes the tools
found in BCF's online
courses, thereby making


the classes available to any-
one in the world with inter-
net capabilities.
"The role of women, the
rationale for having a
women's ministry in the
church, and how to design
a women's ministry are
just a few topics consid-
ered in the course," Patrick
said.
She also said that men in
ministry could benefit from
the course, too.
For more information
about BCF's women's
studies courses and all
upcoming courses for the
fall, call 800-328-2660,
ext. 460.
On the net:
www.baptistcollege.edu


Public speaking contest winners


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Tropicana Public
Speaking Contest for
Homeschoolers was


k -
Landmark Dulcimer Club
meets for a jam and prac-
tice session on the first
Saturday of every month
at Landmark Park. -
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Woodturners,
Dulcimer
Club to meet
Saturday at
Landmark
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIQAN
The Wiregrass
Woodturners will hold their
monthly meeting on
Saturday, May 1 at 9:30
a.m. at Landmark. Park in
the Alabama Agricultural
Museum.
The club meets at
Landmark Park on the first
Saturday of each month.
These meetings are open to
the public and a woodturm-
ing demonstration will be
held at each meeting.
Admission is $4 for adults,
$3 for kids and free for park
members and members of
the Wiregrass Woodturners.
Also on Saturday, area
dulcimer players are invited
to the Landmark Dulcimer
Club's monthly jam and
practice session at 2 p.m.
The sessions are held on
the first Saturday of each
month. No'experience or
music reading ability is nec-
essary. Participants must
have a mountain dulcimer.
The program is free with
paid gate admission.
Landmark Park is on U.S.
Highway 431 North in
Dothan, Ala. For more
information, call 334-794-
3452 or visit www.land-
markpark.com.
For more information on
the Landmark Dulcimer
Club, contact John Farmer.
at 334-394-2045 or 334-
406-2534, or Floyd Cook at
850-638-0550 or 850-326-
0043.

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Monday, April 12, at the
Jackson County Extension
Office in Marianna.
Topics for the winning
speeches included


Winners in the Tropicana Public Speaking Contest for
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OBITUARIES


Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
526-5059

MaryAnne
Jones Burke

Mary Anne Jones Burke,
a longtime resident of Ma-
rianna, passed away Sun-
day evening, April 25, 2010,
at a local nursing home.
She was preceded in
death by her husband of 59
years, Henry B. Burke Jr.
She is survived by her
two sons, Henry B. "Bo"
Burke III and wife Jody,
and Robert T. "Bob" Burke
and wife Lori, both of Ma-
rianna; two daughters,
Beverly Burke McCaskill
and husband Austin, of Ti-
rana, Albania, and Eliza-
beth "Bess" Burke Hooks
and husband Henry, of
Panama City; 13 grandchil-
dren; and three great-
grandchildren.
The funeral service for
Mrs. Burke will be at the
First , United Methodist
Church of Marianna, 2901
Caledonia St., 10 a.m. Sat-
urday, May 1. Family will
receive friends immediate-
ly following the service in
The Wesley Center.
Funeral arrangements
are being handled by Ma-
rianna Chapel Funeral
Home.
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at
www.mariannachapelfh.co
m.
Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
526-5059

Gerald "Jerry"
Ray Folsom

Mr. Gerald "Jerry" Ray
Folsom, 68, of Grand Ridge
passed away at his home
on Thursday, April 22,
2010, after an extended ill-
ness.
Mr. Folsom was lifelong
resident of Jackson County
and a member of the Bap-
tist church. He enjoyed
reading about history, fish-
ing and hunting, and re-
storing old vehicles, and he
was a country musician.
Mr. Folsom was a profes-
sional contractor for J&D
Construction and retired
from the Department of
Corrections as a vocational
instructor.
He was preceded in
death by his mother Annie
M. Folsom, and his infant
sister Sandra Nan Folsom.
Mr. Folsom is survived
by his father Ray M.
Folsom, of Grand Ridge;
son Gary A. Folsom and his
wife LeAnn, of Marianna;
daughter Tanya S. Ander-
son and husband Jeff, of
Port Orange; brother Jim-
my D. Folsom and his wife
Linda, of Grand Ridge; sis-
ter Jan Cook and husband
Bobby, of. Grand Ridge;
grandchildren Cessna
Folsom, Aerial Folsom and
BradyAnderson; and a host
of nieces and nephews.
Services for Mr. Folsom
were held 4 p.m. Sunday,
April 25, in the Dellwood
Baptist Church with the
Revs. Jack Howell and Mike
Daniels officiating. Inter-
ment followed in the
Dellwood Baptist Church
Cemetery.
Flowers will be accepted,
or donations may be made
to the Dellwood Baptist
Church Building Fund,
6512 Blue Springs High-


way, Greenwood, FL 32443.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements.
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at
www.mariannachapelfh.co
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John Wallace
Grant

John Wallace Grant, 50,
died Sunday, April 25,
2010, from injuries sus-
tained in an automobile
accident near Bascom.
Funeral service details
will be announced later by
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel.







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Emma N.
Massey

The funeral service for
Emma N. Massey will be 10
a.m. Tuesday, April 27, at
James & Sikes Maddox
Chapel. Burial will follow
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Oil leak from rig could foul coast


BY CAIN BUREAU
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER

NEW ORLEANS -
Crews raced to protect the
Gulf of Mexico coastline
Monday as a remote sub
tried to shut off an underwa-
ter oil well that's gushing
42,000 gallons'a day from
the site of a wrecked drilling
platform.
If crews cannot stop the
leak quickly, they might
need to drill another well to
redirect the oil, a laborious
process that could take
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knob, not really expecting it to be
unlocked, but it was.
She went in and started calling out
Nolin's name.
Finally awakened by the noise,
Nolin walked down the hallway and
asked what was going on. To reassure
Nolin in that critical moment,
Yoemans identified herself as, the
daughter of Billy Shults, one of
Nolin's contemporaries, and told her
they had to get out of the house.
Yoemans grabbed Nolin by the
wrist and guided the stunned woman
out to safety as fire continued to
break windows and bum the contents
of the structure.
Still on the phone with 911,
Yoemans got the street address from
Nolin and passed it on to the dis-
patcher. Firefighters from the
Graceville Volunteer Fire Department
arrived less than 10 minutes after
Yoemans first placed the call; they
were soon joined by other units.
Yoemans said she doesn't consider
herself a hero, but said she was glad
to have been able to help the mother
of some childhood friends. Yoemans
knew the Nolin family to be "loving,
giving people," she said.
In fact, Yoemans said she believes
a higher power was at work that night


washes up along a broad
stretch of shore, from the
white-sand beaches of
Florida's Panhandle to the
swamps of Louisiana.
The oil, which could
reach shore in as little as
three days, is escaping from
two leaks in a drilling pipe
about 5,000 feet below the
surface. The spill has grown
to more than 1,800 square
miles, or an area larger than
Rhode Island.
Winds and currents can
change rapidly and drasti-
cally, so officials were hesi-
tant to give any longer fore-


casts for where the spill will
head. Hundreds of miles of
coastline in four states are
threatened, with waters that
are home to dolphins and
sea birds. The areas also
hold prime fishing grounds
and are popular with
tourists.
The oil began spewing out
of the sea floor after the rig
Deepwater Horizon explod-
ed April 20 and sank two
days later about 40 miles off
the Mississippi River delta.
Eleven of the 126 workers
aboard at the time are miss-
ing and presumed dead; the


as she approached the Nolin home.
She came to that conclusion after
speaking with Nolin in the aftermath
of the fire.
"Mrs. Nolin told me she'd locked
the door before she went to bed,"
Yoemans said. "I have a very strong
faith in God, and I just believe he
unlocked it for me."
Yoemans said she also appreciated
all the firefighters who responded.
"They worked so hard, so diligent-
ly," she said. "It's so appreciated. It
didn't want to go out, but they kept
working, they were determined."
In addition to Graceville volun-
teers, Jackson County Fire Rescue
and volunteer firefighters from
Campbellton, Chipley and Southern
Junction in Alabama responded.
The house, built in 1955, is consid-
ered a total loss, according to Cap.
Rick Kerr of the Graceville volun-
teers.
It presented a challenge to fire-
fighters. There were no fire hydrants
nearby and the crew had to depend on
a tanker shuttle to keep a water sup-
ply coming. Kerr estimates that it
took between 36,000 and 40,000 gal-
lons to get the fire out.
Although the main body of the
house is block, the ceiling was made


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Those wishing to receive the
coupons must bring proof of income
and a picture ID to the distribution
center. There are no exceptions to this
rule.
Burdeshaw said more people came
Sto the first day of distribution this
year than ever before. The Elder
Farmers Market Nutrition Program
began three years ago, through the
Florida Department of Elder Affairs.
Last year, Burdeshaw said, an esti-
mated 115 came in on the first day.
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Harry Lewis Wikle Jr., 71,
of Panama City Beach,
passed- away on. Sunday,
April 25, 2010.
He was born on March 7,
1939, in Dothan, Ala., and
raised in Marianna. He
served for 23 years in the
Air Force, retiring at the
rank of master sergeant.
He is survived by his
wife, Donna Barclay Wikle;
three children, Terrie Ger-
man (Ronnie), Danny
Wikle (Carla) and Debora
Cooper (Gene); sister Mary
Bailey (Bill); former wife
Gerrie Pilcher Wikle; 10
grandchildren; nine great-
grandchildren; two nieces;
and a nephew.
The funeral service will
be Wednesday at 2 p.m. in
the Jenks Avenue Church
of Christ. A graveside serv-
ice will be Wednesday at
4:30 p.m. in the Riverside
Cemetery, Marianna.
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hydropacks of water that
he drinks from tubes as he
walks.
He wears a GPS track-
ing system on his arm so
that those following his
journey can track where
he is every 15 minutes.
It's a concession his
daughter was relieved
about, he said, as she had
tried to talk him out of
taking the trip alone.
Originally of Quincy,
Mass., Pascarelli changed
his original, more souther-
ly route slightly so that he
could walk into Quincy.
It was there, a few days
ago, that he met one of the
many friendly people he
said he's come to know on
his trip.


day of distribution.
And Jackson County residents did-
n't let them go to waste. According to
Burdeshaw, 96 percent of the
coupons given out last year were used
at farmers markets. That rate of
return is the highest in the state,
Burdeshaw said. N
The coupons must be used by July
31 this year, she added.
They've arrived in plenty of time
to be used at the Jackson County
Farmers Market. The market opens
May 15, on Saturdays only, until June


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Although Pascarelli
normally turns down rides
so that he will be authenti-
cally hoofing it as much as
possible, he did accept a
lift to the post office in
Quincy because the day
was getting short and he
was expecting some sup-
plies in the mail that after-
noon.
He said the man also
gave him a place to pitch
his tent that night, and
performed other acts of
kindness.
Pascarelli said he tries
to spend a little time
exploring in each commu-
nity he visits, and planned
to visit the Florida
Caverns State Park before
he departs Jackson
County.


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rest escaped. The cause of
the explosion has not been
determined.
As of Monday afternoon,
an area 48 miles long and 39
miles wide was covered by
oil that leaked from the site
of the rig, which was owned
by Transocean Ltd. and
operated by BP PLC.
Crews used robot sub-
marines to activate valves in
hopes of stopping the leaks,
but they may not know until
Tuesday if that strategy will
work. BP also mobilized
two rigs to drill a relief well
if needed.


Continued Fkom Page 1A


of heavy, fat lighter tongue-and-
groove timbers.
The effort to douse the fire started
just before'2 a.m. and was finished
just before 6 a.m.
Kerr said preliminary reports indi-
cate the fire was accidental and start-
ed near a plug-in golf cart located in
the carport. Family members told fire
officials that Nolin had recently had
double hip replacement surgery, and
used the vehicle following her sur-
gery, Kerr said.
The fire destroyed both the golf
cart and Nolin's car.
The state fire marshal's office is
conducting a routine investigation
and is expected to review lightening
records, to see. whether weekend
storms may have played a role in the
fire.
County Fire Marshal Chuck
Sawyer said the house had at least
one smoke detector, but it wasn't
working properly. He said that, if
anything good can come out of the
the destruction, it will be that people
take the.incident as a lesson to check
their own detectors every month, and
replace the batteries every six
months.
Nolin is staying with relatives in
the aftermath of the fire.


Continued From Page 1A


8, when it will be open Tuesdays,
Thursday and Saturdays. Market
days begin at 6:30 a.m. and end when
the sellers run out of produce for the
day.
Jackson County Growers
Association President Rick Toole
said Monday the market is opening a
little later in the year than usual, and
on Saturday only at first, partly
because cold weather slowed the
growing season in some instances, or
reduced the harvest for some types of
produce.


NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING FORTHE
ADOPTION OFTHE EVALUATION AND
APPRAISAL REPORT ON THE CITY OF
MARIANNA COMPREHENSIVE PLAN

The City Commissibn of the City of Marianna
will conduct a public hearing in the Commission
Room, Marianna City Hall, 2898 Green Street,
Marianna, Florida, on Tuesday, May 4, 2010 at
6:00 p.m. or as soon thereafter as the issue may
be heard, to consider transmittal of the Evaluation
and Appraisal Report on the City of Marianna
Comprehensive Plan to the Florida Department of
Community Affairs..
The purpose of the public hearing is to receive
comments and make decisions regarding the
above matter. The City Commission may continue
the public hearings to other dates and times as
it deems necessary. Any interested party shall be
advised that the dates, times, and places of any
continuation of this or continued public hearings
shall be announced during the hearing and that
no further notices regarding these matters will be
published.
All interested parties are invited to attend the
public hearings and comment upon the Evaluation
and Appraisal Report or submit their comments in
writing to the City Commission. Further information
concerning the report can be obtained from the
City Clerk at City Hall, at 2898 Green Street,
Marianna, Florida, 32446, or by calling (850) 482-
4353, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00
p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.
Please be advised that if a person decided to
appeal any decision made by the City Commission
with respect to any matter considered at this
hearing, such person will need a record of the
proceedings, and for this purpose such person
may need to ensure that a verbatim record of
the proceedings is made, which record includes
testimony and evidence upon which the appeal
is based. The City of Marianna does not provide
or prepare such record pursuant to FS. Section
286.0105.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities
Act, persons with disabilities needing a special
accommodation to participate in these proceedings
should contact the City Clerk at 2898 Green
Street, Marianna, Florida, 32446, or by calling
(850) 482-4353, no later than three days prior to
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Coghlan dismisses sophomore jinx

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MIAMI - Chris Coghlan stares at the
pitcher as he steps to the plate, ignoring
his season statistics posted in big bright
lights on the right-field scoreboard.
He doesn't know his batting average,
which is probably just as well.
"I just know it's low," Coghlan said
before the start of a nine-game homestand
for the Florida Marlins.
The 2009 NL Rookie of the Year
entered Monday's game against San Diego
batting .154, third-worst in the league
among regulars. And that's an improve-
ment - he was at .109 a week ago.
When told he was 5 for 19 (.263) over
the past six games, Coghlan was grateful
for a morsel of positive news.
"Thank you," he said.
Coghlan began the week with 10 singles
in 65 at-bats this season. With no extra-
base hits, his slugging percentage (also
.154) was the lowest in the majors. He has
shown admirable patience fielding ques-
tions about his slump but less patience at
the plate, with 17 strikeouts and only four
walks for an on-base percentage of .203.
Yet he refuses to believe in a sophomore
jinx.
"We play so many games and have so
many at-bats," Coghlan said. "It's a long
season. I don't think I'm in a sophomore
jinx. I've just had a rough start. And it's
probably going to make me a better player
down the road. Any time you have a trial,
it makes you stronger."
A slow start is nothing new for the left-
handed hitter and left fielder. Coghlan
made his major league debut last May 8

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Tickets still Superman? Howard now 'Foul on You'
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for Chipola

Gator Club
SPECIAL THE THE FLORIDAN
The Chipola Area Gator Club
will hold its annual gathering on
May 4 at the Jackson County
Agriculture Center on U.S.
Highway 90.
The guest speaker will be
Justin Fray, an assistant coach for
the Florida Gators football team,
who worked with the offensive
line and tight ends.
Social time begins at 6:30 p.m.,
which will include refreshments
and boiled peanuts.
Dinner will be served at 7 p.m.
The cost is $15 per person.
For reservations, call Charlie
Brown at 482-8930 or Phillip
Clikas at 482-7209 by May 2.

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BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
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terback Jevan Snead is among 12
undrafted college free agents who
have signed with the Tampa Bay
Buccaneers.
Snead threw for 2,632 yards,
20 touchdowns and 20 intercep-
tions last season.
Also signing Monday-were
defensive end Brandon Gilbeaux,
offensive tackle Derek Hardman,
kicker Hunter Lawrence, tight
end Jeron Mastrud, linebacker
Rico McCoy, receiver Preston
Parker, guards Sergio Render and
Vladimir Richard, defensive back
Dennis Rogan, defensive end
James Ruffin and offensive tackle
James Williams.


BY MIKE CRANSTON
AP SPORTS WRITER
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Move over
Superman, a new nickname is catching on for
Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard.
You can call him "Foul on You."
"That's my new nickname. They've been
killing me all day calling me 'Foul on You,"'
Howard said of his teammates after
shootaround Monday before their playoff
game against Charlotte. "So I've accepted by
new role."
The teasing stems from the four-time All-
Star being called for 16 fouls in the first three
games against the Bobcats, who have used
three centers to frustrate him.
Howard fouled out with 3:32 left in Game
3 on Saturday, but the Magic still rallied to
win to take a 3-0 series lead despite Howard
playing just over 82 of a possible 144 min-
utes.
"My teammates say when we wrestle I
shouldn't use 100 percent of my strength.
They said I should use 50 or 40 percent," said
Howard, smiling. "So that's been the main
focus today, using 40 percent of my strength
to hold guys off."
Coach Stan Van Gundy was a little more
serious, knowing the Magic can't afford
Howard sitting on the bench later in the play-
offs. He showed Howard video on Sunday of
his frustration elbows and shoves that have
put him in chronic foul trouble.
"We watched I think nine clips, maybe 10
clips, just trying to get an understanding of
what's going and what their strategy is in the
whole thing," Van Gundy said. "He's a very
smart guy,.but you're in very difficult, very
physical situations out there. He's got to take
a lot of hits and a lot of grabbing and holding.
Obviously, he has to handle that in the right
way."
SMaybe levity will help. As teammates and
others shouted "Foul on You" at the end of
Monday morning's workout, Howard raised
his arm and clenched his fist to mimic a ref-
eree's foul signal.
Forward Mickael Pietrus then walked by
with some advice.
"Maybe you need your own whistle," he
said.
Earlier, Howard indicated he was going to
walk back to their nearby hotel because he
might be whistled for a foul on the team bus.
"It's been frustrating, but everything hap-
pens for a reason. That's the only way I look
at it," said Howard, who has 18 blocks in the
series. "Maybe this situation has to happen
for me and my teammates. We're just looking
at all the positive things that can come out of
this situation."


Orlando Magic's Dwight Howard (12) reacts after getting a technical foul in the first half
of the Magic's 90-86 win over the Charlotte Bobcats in Game 3 of a first round NBA play-
off game in Charlotte, N.C., Saturday. -AP Photo/Rick Havner


Jaguars release two-time Pro Bowl tackle Henderson


BY MARK LONG
AP SPORTS WRITER
JACKSONVILLE - The
Jacksonville Jaguars released two-
time Pro Bowl defensive tackle
John Henderson on Monday,
opening up a starting spot for first-
round draft pick Tyson Alualu.
The team also released defen-
sive tackle Montavious Stanley
and linebackers Brian Iwuw and
Tank Daniels, and withdrew its
qualifying offer to linebacker Clint
Ingram.
The moves continue an overhaul
of a defensive front that finished


with a franchise-low 14 sacks in
2009. Jacksonville drafted four
defensive linemen, traded under-
achieving end Quentin Groves,
released defensive tackle Rob
Meier and traded for veteran line-
backer Kirk Morrison.
The Jaguars tried to dump
Henderson during the draft, got no
takers and decided to part with the
eight-year veteran whose produc-
tion dipped in recent years.
A first-round pick in 2002, the
6-foot-7, 335-pound Henderson
averaged 84 tackles and 41/2 sacks
during his first four seasons. He
averaged 56/2 tackles and 2V2


sacks the last four years.
The Jaguars selected
California's Alualu with the 10th
overall selection, then added fel-
low defensive tackle D'Anthony
Smith from Louisiana Tech in the
third round. Throw in Terrance
Knighton, who started every game
as a rookie, and Jacksonville had
little use for a 31 -year-old lineman
due to make $5 million in 2010.
"Obviously we look at numbers
at positions going into rookie
minicamp and I feel very good
where we're at," general manager
Gene Smith said.
Henderson is free to sign with


any team. Many believed
Henderson would be released last
June after coach Jack Del Rio
ripped him for pulling out of off-
season drills, suggesting he wasn't
committed and was faking a ghoul-
der injury to avoid work.
Henderson and Del Rio eventu-
ally worked out their differences in
a private meeting, and Henderson
vowed he had "bought in."
Still, that was yet another prob-
lem for Henderson. His clothing
company - For Big Men, By Big
Hen - folded after opening in
2007. One of his closest friends,
Marcus Stroud, was traded in


March 2008. He also had other
undisclosed personal issues that
admittedly affected his play.
Stanley, Iwuw and Daniels were
role players. Ingram, a starter the
last four years, became expendable:
when Jacksonville acquired
Morrison from Oakland.
Ingram, a third-round pick from
Oklahoma in 2006, had 117 tack-
les as a rookie. But he hasn't been
nearly as productive since.
Jacksonville might have tried to
trade Ingrain during the draft, but
he hasn't been medically cleared
following a shoulder injury and
arthroscopic knee surgery.
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be "devastating" to miss
games, "I will not appeal the
suspension and will comply
with what is asked of me -
and more," he said.
"I am sorry to let down
my teammates and the
entire Steelers fan base. I
am disappointed that I have
reached this point and will
not put myself in this situa-
tion again," Roethlisberger
said. "I appreciate the
opportunities that I have


been given in my life and
will make the necessary
improvements."
Roethlisberger is the first
player suspended by
Goodell under the conduct
policy who hasn't been
arrested or charged with a
crime. Goodell said the
league's conduct policy
gave him the right to
impose discipline regardless
of whether Roethlisberger
broke the law.


one of his biggest stars
because "you are held to a
higher standard as an NFL
player, and there is nothing
about your conduct in
Milledgeville (Ga.) that
can remotely be described
as admirable, responsible,
or consistent with either the
values of the league of the
expectations of our fans."
The two-time Super Bowl
winner said that while it will


expected of me. I am
accountable for the conse-
quences of my actions.
Though I have committed
no crime, I regret that I
have fallen short of the val-
ues instilled in me by my
family," Roethlisberger
said in the statement.
Roethlisberger was
cleared of charges, but
commissioner Roger
Goodell cracked down on


BY ALAN ROBINSON
AP SPORTS WRITER

PITTSBURGH - A
chastened Pittsburgh
Steelers quarterback Ben
Roethlisberger accepted his
six-game suspension for
violating the NFL's person-
al conduct policy Monday
and promised to "comply
with what is asked of me
- and more."


In his first comments
since the NFL handed
down the penalty last week,
Roethlisberger apologized
to his teammates and fans
for his behavior last month
in a Georgia bar, where a
20-year-old college student
accused him of sexual
assault.
"The commissioner's
decision to suspend me
speaks clearly that more is


depending on finish in MVP voting
from 2010-14.
Zobrist would get a $750,000
assignment bonus if traded before the
end of the 2011 season and a
$500,000 assignment bonus if traded
,after the 2011 season but before the
end of the 2013 season. For the
remainder of the contract, the assign-
ment bonus would be $250,000.


announced Friday adds salaries of
$4.5 million in both 2011 and 2012
-and $5.5 million in 2013.
Tampa Bay has a $7 million club
option for 2014 with a $2.5 million
buyout. If that is exercised, the Rays
can ,exercise a $7.5 million club
option for 2015 with a $500,000 buy-
out.
The 2015 option can escalate


BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

ST. PETERSBURG --Tampa
Bay's Ben Zobrist gets a $561,900
signing bonus as part of a three-year
contract extension that guarantees
him $18 million for 2010-13.
The utilityman is making $438,100
this season under a one-year contract
agreed to in March. The extension


were guard Shawn Murphy,
punter Sam Paulescu and
cornerback - Stoney
Woodson.


the first two rounds of the
NFL draft. Tampa Bay fin-
ished last in the league in
run defense in 2009.
Sears was a second-
round draft pick in 2007.
He started 31 games in his
first two seasons with the
team, but sat out all of last
season on the non-football
illness list. The Bucs have
not publicly discussed the
reason.
Askew spent much of


last season on the non-foot-
ball injury list after being
involved in a car accident.
Also released Monday


BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

TAMPA - Defensive
tackle Chris Hovan, offen-
sive lineman Arron Sears
and reserve fullback B.J..
Askew are among six vet-
erans released by the
Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Hovan's future with the
team was already in doubt
before the Bucs selected
defensive tackles Gerald
McCoy and Brian Price in


KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -
Tennessee is the first
,Southeastern Conference
tennis team to shut out each
of its three opponents en
route to a conference tour-
nament championship.
The Volunteers captured
the SEC men's title on
Sunday by beating Florida
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and was hitting only .143 (6
for 42) after two weeks.
His average climbed to
.245 by the All-Star break,
and he batted .372 the rest
of the way. He had 113 hits
after the break, which tied
for the most in the NL in the
past 45 years.
Coghlan finished at .321,
and only seven major league
rookies in the past 50 years
had a higher average. He led
all rookies in average, runs,
hits, total bases, on-base
percentage and on-base-
plus-slugging percentage.
So the Marlins have good
reason to believe he'll get it'
going.
"There's nobody in this
clubhouse that's worried
about Chris," second base-
man Dan Uggla said. "He'll
probably take off and leave
everybody once he clicks."'
To help Coghlan shake
the slump, manager Fredi
Gonzalez twice held him
out of the lineup on
Florida's most recent' trip.
Gonzalez also dropped him
from first to second in the
order, behind Cameron
Maybin.
"When you've only had
60 plate appearances, it
doesn't take long to get that
. average back up there,"
Gonzalez said.
. Coghlan said he's more
comfortable at the plate than
two weeks ago.
"That was pretty bad," he
said. "I was missing pitches,
I was striking out more, I
was swinging at pitches out
of the zone. I don't feel like
that now. I feel great. I feel
'normal.
"If they don't fall, every-
one wants to say you're still
in a slump because you did-
n't get any hits. But that's
not the way I feel."


Ky. They also defeated
LSU 4-0 in the quarterfi-
nals and Mississippi 4-0 in
the semifinals.
Tennessee .(26-1).
receives an automatic bid to
the NCAA championship
tournament with the con-
ference title, whjch begins
May 15. The tournament
field and paying sites will
be announced May 4.


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relationship with "Justin" since I was 15. I friends. The problem is.that serving on com-
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and friends, too. Let's just say I feel married, beyond her ability to handle. I make sure these ,
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force and asked partner to describe his hand further. With a
spade stopper, South continued with two no-trump, which
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Now $135k,
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before April 30 for
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I Mobile Homes/
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Spacious RV lot avail.
h20/elec/trash incl.
$265. mo, wkly rates
avail. 5 mi's S. of RCC
off 231. 334-718-7576


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4 Wheeler 06 Yamaha
Raptor 700- w/Xtras
Low hours. Very
good cond.(334) 791-
8191 4000 OBO
Honda '07 CRF80
Dirtbike, 100 hrs,
$1000 6X12 enclosed
trailer $1500 new
cond. 850-447-2859
Kawasaki KX80 Dirt
Bike, tuned, really
fast, Good Cond.,
$1300. 334-389-2816


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weekend and some holidays. Good clerical
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1979 Randall Craft
Fiberglass 16' Bass
Boat W/70 hp force
Engine w/trim,
trolling motor, new
carpet, 2 swivel/
telescoping fishing
seats & 2 cruising
seats, new Marine
battery. Exc. Cond.
$2,300. Call 464-8514
2000 Bayliner Trophy
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foot, Class 2, with
115 Mercury out-
board motor with
trailer, 2 fish finders,
trolling motor, ac-
cess ladder, Bemini,
AM/FM radio, on
board charge, cover,
very well kept inder
shelter. $14,000.334-
685-7319


2008 Boston Whaler
190 Montauk w/ .
Mercury Verado 135
HP Four Stroke,
%v/ fishing, cushion &
Mercury electronics
packages, lighted
live well, stereo w/
CD player, "bimini"
sun top w/ boot,
swim platform w/
ladder, full boat cov -
er, galvanized trailer
with breaks. Below
Market price of only
$28,900 Firm.
(334) 618-6331
2008 Fisher 1754,
40hp mercury, 4-
stroke, mtr guide,
trolling mtr, Hum-
mingbird 565, TAC,
bilge pump, live well,
334-798-0010
Airboat w/ trolling
motor & trailer
$2,800. OBO 334-691-
2335
CHAPARRAL 2003 180
SF, 4.3 mercury in -
board 210 hp, 156 hrs
alum. trailer/garage
kept never on salt
water. $9,500.,
303-919-9240
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apartments with subsidy available.
3070 Carters Mill Road
Marianna, FL32446
850-482-5358, TDD/TTY 7.11
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4052 Old Cottondale Rd. Marianna, FL
32448 850-526-4062, TDD/TTY 711
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Apartments. Rental assistance. We pay
water, sewer, & trash service.
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Retirement Center, Marianna, FL
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Trailers for Sale for Sale forSate
S Viking Airrjb':. 4 . TOW DOLLY Mercedes 82' 380SL Harley Davidson 02' Harley Davidson'96
od.vd l 300)HP Mallard '6 .rt.l l, Heavy duty one, 93K mi. H/S tops CHRYSLER '08 300 Jeep Cherokee Coun- Heritage Softail Fatboy, red & white,
L.c 'ITm . rgire 'w self conr, ..r,. uor steerable chalk brown Signature Series, va- try 97'4x4 white, exc. * , . Springer like new, to 13K miles, great
S irk-r $1"''I 310 4 id.5 . uu1 J3.:1 $800 OBO PWRS/B, windows, nilla, navigation, like cond. sun roof runs , many ext. to list shape, $8,500.
0 E^ 1*________ _ t *'334-701-4243 ant auto ACup- new, asking pay-off great CD player 4,600 mi. $10,500. 334-899-1212
Watkins'79 27 ft. graded sound system, $16,700. 334-470-8454 4,995. OBO 850-272- 334-235-2995
10' beam ft. W' R car cover & top stor-
1Boats 00' balae, 3'8"drf Wanted a rackclean,well Corvette 02' Conver- 0808 Harley Davidson '03
S83500 balance 8D 0 e I Wanted maintained w/ re- tible auto, 405 HP LEXUS '96 LS400 Electra Glide, pearl
Yanmor. 8500. can Star E D 03 thme cords. $14,200. 334- 12-CD changer w/ Loaded, runs good, white, 100th anniver-
S 897-2167/733-0020 W can esl /2 ar t 792-9789 Bose sound sytsem. 176K miles, white sary edition, 16K
Welicraft 88' 23 ft Bdrms large water58K m Black w/ ext, tan interior. Toyota '09 Camry miles, garageome
Wellraft 88counse 23 t25 Bdrms, large water, MERCEDES '97 E320, black leather. 4495. 334-435-0786 Commuter car. & extrasarag
enter coubnelo 25 swr &Oas tanks 117K actual miles, $18,000. 334-299-3739 colon 07 MKZestill n- kept.11000.334- Harley Sport
14E 7 Silver/Beige excel- L 09Orange 1200R, Vance
$4500. in electronics. 5e0*579-5183 lent condition e7000 Light tan w/beige in- derwarranty $16,900. 792-1344 Orange 1200R, Vance
Sale $7,000. 334-235- Sabre by Palamino 334-o68731 89 terior, leather heated 334-726-2972 _ Harley Davidson 03' rHid es , 8H
2995 '08, 28 ft 5th wheel n sseats, ABS, side Volkswagen '06 Bee- VROD, low mil,exc. raided lines 8,900
Bayliner' 06 185 8, t wheel Conquest 05' 29ft. aira 37k mi $7,200. 794-8037
ayPurch. nerw in '07 camper, 3 slides, sleeps 8, lots of ex- Automobiles DA $21,175 sell foraibg,3k mi, NA- au, diel 42 cn. $,50. 334- --
Purch. new in '07 Campers/Travel clean, DAk$21miles, 40dPG - 794-2665 or 334-805- HD '97, Fatboy, Pew-
v6, 190HP inbo I Trilers k 850-I over pay --7
v6, 190HP inboard gn tforSale $17,900 850-814-0155 ed. $16,000. 334.897: 0810 ter & Black, lowered,
engine.sports seating Trilers sacrifice @ 29k 850- payments 334
593-5675 798-4462 Warranty Corvette '81 Lincoln 2001 Town 2497 or 334-672-1655 garage pt1k mi,
less than 60 hrs. on Sportsman '08 RV REDUCED Montana Automatic 350 car, executive silver, VW 05'Salsa redCale 850-352-4342
engine $14,800 OBO Travel Trailer 2' '05 5th Wheel, 4 (Silver) sell as is 87K, exc. cond. 6 Beetle Bug
3 7$0pack cd player, xm convertable auto,
334-699-7070 " , Ga. �lec. apple. slides, king bed, '05 Bi-color VW Bee- $6000. OBO radio. Pontiac Sur n Leather 55,K mi
CROWNLINE '07, 210 'slide our.un 1 exc cond., $28,000 tie. Like new, low 334-774-1915 bird 1991 Converti- $13,700. 334-671-151
Bowrider w/wak 2 Ec Cri. B $19.30 850-547-2808 miles, new tires, XM, ble, White, 109,300K.
Bowrider w/wake OO 3$10500. Call 334-685- Datsun 78 280 2+2, Both for $8,900. Motorcycles Harley Davidson 05
080p, 3l ike 3e ur 718'8863 3057 original owner, 5 B334-618-1t94 1200 Roadster exc.
300hp, like new, "'007 34t. 5cin transportation speed, fuel injected, 334-618-1594 .
$28000.334-47-8454 condo. 9000 mi. 334
$28000.334-470-8454 COPPER CANYON BY Motor Homes/RVs I BU M E! 180k miles, some Mercury '01 Villager, 673-1953 $6,000. Honda 0' Reflex
Crownline 07' 240LS KEYSTONE 2 sl. rust, runsbutneeds great family van, Sc\iH er marooex
350 mag, 300HP, mint bright & space. Ig. lvg. Concord Coachman work. $2500 OBO 850- $300 down, $199/mo. 4 sr oke, 29c 70
cond. 20 hrs. warr. till area, built in cabi- Coor om 579- 2136 Iv msg Low miles, Leather, mpg mpn $2000
2013, see at H20 nets, TV & built in '05 Motor Home. 23' loaded Cal Steve2
Sports 334-699-7433. radio & DVD, long 2700mi, Take Ford '04 Crown Victo-Hatcher334791Steve 2053105662
w/surround sound over payments.850- ria LX, loaded, 55K 8243. Honda '06 CRF100
Fisher 07' 1600 Alu Ig.Bd/rm, king bed 593-5103 CarSeeker miles, drives like a 8243. jf d
minum Bass Boat 40 w. storage, dbl clos- ruise Master LE, '05 dream. $8700 321- Mercury '91 Grand 06 D D e Firm.Hedland
Mercury 4 stroke, ets, built in chest 36ft workhorse chas- 231-6363. Marquis, very clean, GIIde-FXDW. Black. Harley Davidson 334-441-5580
low hours, loaded, drawers, priv. bath, sis 8.1 gas engine, WheelDriFord 000 Expedition miles, MUST SEE! Lke n. ustom Fatboy, Exc condition
w/ stool, shower & 22k mi., no smk, 7kw Black, $2650 OBO 850-527- 6600 mi. $12,900. 404-14K miles 1 owner,
like new, $7,900. 334- w/stool, shower & 22k mi., no smk, 7kw Black, Third Row 310614K miles, 1 owner
714-5860 sink dinettes, super gen. 3 sl, SAT, 2 TV, 2 Td 8 t o w y Seat, CD Changere@ like new. $12,800. or Honda'06 CTX 1300
Gator Weld 06' 14 ft. ice29,500. 334-805- A/C, auto leveling, R Rs 4500334-393-9613 Nssan 05' Z truthnson.com 334-692-5363 C ser 6ke New
Weld_06utorannew parts.2Runs S4200 Mi. $6600 080
alum. boat 40hp 4906 or 334-792-0010 cam. Roadmaster greatly only $4500 call Roadster auto trans, 007Suzuki
Sgrea75K only $4500 . Boulevard C50- Red Harley Davidson 05' 334-806-1322
tohatsu motor, trol- 5th Wheel,'06 36 ft tow/brake system, 03 American Star 36' 334-790-1559 before 8 N I white, 18,755K mi. 1 Boulevard C -Re oadKing classic - -22
ling motor, fish find- MontegoBay '05 Jeep Wrangler 5th Wheel; 2 slides/2 owner $22,500. 334- and black, 9k mile show room cond. low Honda 06' Rebel Solid
er,like new gar. kept. slind- Montego Bay 4 Unlimited, 41k mi, Bdrms, large water, pm 793-4022 great for cruising, mil. $13,500.334-794. white windshield &
$7,995 334-699-2503 l07 3500 Diese Auto air, cyl, $75k sewer & gas tanks, 1974 Chevrolet Nissan '05 Altima, 2.5 500. 334-791-2277.2665 334-805-0810 sade bags 2600 mi.
Javelin'98 17' Bass dully. Tow package w/jeep, $60k without quad batteries. Camaro LT 350 V8 S, 5 speed, 32k mi. 2009 Yamaha R6- $2500. OBO 334-886-
BJavet Dual Cn s & Reese Hitch jeep, both in great $20,000 OBO. 4sp. factory ac.re- like new,REDUCED only 1,150 miles. 3326 334-714-1110
as He l hnon.u Asn j ing e to (850 -183 sor ,A A pei. $10,900850-482-2994 Boughtnew; barely HONDA'06 Shadow,
G1ra.e KHpr 5-. - 3355-00. neahb. 85 3522810 1 O0 complete. NADA Ford '65 TBird auto,in. Burnt or-2.8
334.,i591694 Fleetwd. Bdr 07 3 $12.000.. needs rome 390 4bb, slide steer- Nissan'06Altima, range and black with . mi le NEW
Ssld. loaded CH 'A asking $9.500. 334 ing, 69K miles, $6,995 sunroof, power doors ghost flames, $9,000. ,300s, 229334,
Javen 9. fbo, wi. horse. 8.1 -693-5454 obo. 334-671-5051 or & window AM/FM, Also have small Joe 229 34-8
Javelin F bI',r, fbp. . hor. .334-797-5051 CD 59K miles. Rocket jacketand 229-296-8171 '
letc F . r --.na. . rl. -. s .01 203 T a C y 12000. 334-791-3081 womansmedium HARLEY DAVIDSON Honda Dirt Bike
gar e .pt 1;5hp XLE V 6, 7SKmiles. All Ford '93 Taurus, runs Suomy helmet for '08 1200 Sportster CRF 250R 04', FMF
$qt9)i0 3" ;4 1;" 1 9( power. sunroof. good, needs AC, Nissan '07 Altima,
. ..0 .AM. F- p751r1 CD w r220. 1-334-475-1723 Convience Pkg, Sue extra. 334-790-6146 Custom, 108 miles, exhaust. Lots of
ProCra 5' 2 h. Carriage Cme'05Disc Changer, Red. roof, Alloy Wheels, or 334-791-2277 warranty, Like new. extras $2000. OBO
Turrn 3 lAsking $10.000. Call I Puh Start. 40 ni. 650 amaha02' Clas- $8,400,334-702-4778. 334-897-0582
BoAr 5 .i:.n�,.:. 3 15 .I K ea o . 2008 Sn wheel. Ky 334-796 1513 or 334. " l-5, 334 85 6233 ic blue & white w/
Bn r . ,r,5.5 K GenErator. tonrWLareN nRL29� access. gar. kept, Harley Davidson '08
T&T .rie ,:, trader I,:z-r ded.r:,,:,rero .4..L29. 1 693-2099ask f Ior Nissan T5 SSentra. aElectraGlideClassic,
o ded . 0 334 pet.sE, r. E callMiken334791- Chase. 4DR.. 1.i nec $2010 runs great $3000. 4000 mile
loe $5..1ji31 pet. E-c. Coni. 0315. ,24.500 ubo 1.)-746 4000 miles, 1 year
79. 8232 $34.900 3341 14 400l Monaco '03 Dynasty, like n-w, I .lboe 2004 Blue R8. Forddown. $998 Ecort E '92 G wing 60k warranty left.
42FT. 3 shoes evce I doors, noon roof Frd '98 Escort Ron EII74.-0025 '92 Godwing, 60k $17,000.334-618-4430
See. no pets no smoke Green, 5 speed, 6cyl, tires, 55k miles, great , tires, $2995. e t AC CD c nnn con Harley Davidson 1986
ing, a must to see. 234K miles, 70K on Cond., wonderfulcar, 334n7907959 control, new motor. $7000 850-445-2915 FLTC w/ side car. Kawasaki '03 Vulcan
334n80 3335 trans, gine runs asking$11000. Call $1700 3344053130 leave message exc.cond. $10,500. Drifter, garage kept,
_ _runs Kgtr$11,00. Caans.eaemesge 334-794-2665 or 334- 13K, runs great, extra
K, body damage, Rachel or Jay Honda '04 Accord EX, Big Dog 06' md# 805-0810 seat & saddle bas,
'Save $5K ior more. $695 OBO Iv msg 334-393-9959 V6, loaded, $200 PONTIAC 1965 Mastif 14,500K mi. very lean, new pipes
Sailboat 76: C3ar ]na COACHMEN '00 Diesel. 4 slides. 4300 (334)677-7501 down, $249/mo. Call Tempest 4 door black, 117 cubic inch & many extra's $4000
30', 2 cyl. Yarmar ie- Prospera 5th WH, mi, many upgrades Honda '91 Accord CADILLAC '06 DTS Ron Ellis 714-0028. with 326 engine, engine, 6-sp. Baker OBO. 334-750-6237
sel eng., Very low hrs 36.5', washer/dryer $159,700.850-866- Runs but needs work Exc. cond leather Honda CiRuns great! Good trans. V&H, D&G
less than 250. Roller 6500 Onon Gen. 22774 Asking $600 seats, 4dr, beige int. Honda '5Civic, condition. $3000., chrome spear air in- Kawasaki'04 650
furling,bimin, head $17,500: Husky 25 K Phaeton, 07' 40ft. 334-790-2669 fully loaded.$12,900. Greatags saver, $300 334-797-5285 take X gaurd warr. KLR, 6500 miles
icr idge. Good Hitch $750 334-855- si-s, 5K 99 334-701-1836 don, $99mo. C Lots of extras bike lo- $2900. Call 334-790-
microafrd. Gok d H@cSn- 5slide-outs, 15Kmi. JEEP 19492A Steve Hatcher 334- Toyota 05' Prius 43K coated in Troy A. 664 after 5 p.m.
Harbor slip B-6. 334- A 0 CA diesel, WILLYS JEEP. OFF -91-8243. ml,, light blue in $16,800 334-850-7077 Haley Davidson 1989
-Harbor ikp Bw $63llison 6sp.� 37.6 diesel A US ,N 3 52334-8-77
673-0330. $15,000. aen . 7.5 diel ROAD USE ONLY. 35" Honda 'OE Civic. Gra y c 17 r good co d. Softail Springer High-
i c emakeri'no n w d if- SWAMPER BOGGER mr.a c. . : power. 14.500. 334-596-4902 Dirt Bike 07' Honda ly customized Asking
icmaker, W/D in ON ALUM RIMS. CR Excellent $13K 334-677-930
motion satellite dish, 901,m., as ToyotaU'07RYaris,Mless Condition $970.
rear & side cameras, BOG. LikeNewcondi- ilag co on harn 40 k miles, un- 334-798-2337 Harley Davidson 1992
Home theater sys. tion, GREEN exteriorarranty 10,500 Sporster 1200 custom
Leather euro recliner, BLACK interior, Cadillac 99 DeVlle Honda 09' Civic OBO 334-806-8898 or mid 50' KH ex.
Dutchmen 40 ft. desk, King bed,. $5,000 Headland White, A must See! Coupe EX, all power, 806-9706 FZ Suzuki 50 79' col- ocnd.'$5,500.794- Kawasaki 09' ZX14
Balectors item, 1 cyl, 202666 334805.0810 Monster energy edi-
Seacraft, '89 20t Travel Trailer '06 Brake-Buddy for tow (334) 441-5580 New tires, 78K miles moon roof, alloy Toyota '08 Camary LE stroke scooter, or-er
crGage stored.-3 6 h , ite tion. pipe . power
Center Console, boat, 38-DSL, Sleeps 8, May o reoptions. 334-793-7663 wheels, black/gray White w/light grey ange, exc cond, commander. high
CtCnlba 388-DS~L, Sleeps 8, .Many other options. Ai a ' warr. 20K mi, leather inter., loaded, street legal. $1295.
motor & trailer, 95 2 Slideouts, Loaded, $160,000. Aviation Chevy '03Cavilier $ 00 3- ele eats , 4K mles legl$1295. l er
225HP Johnson Mtr, Like new. $20,500. 334-797-3617. wrecked $350. Good 449-1864 -owner. 15, 3300. 2773 after 5 P.M.21 334-774- iles..700.
brakes,wh., runs 334-406-4555 Point Five Damon drive train 6 NOT - 00. 2773 atr 5 334790152
well, very clean, Daybreak'05 32' DRVABLE 3 67 Hyunai '03 Tiburon - 334-6512097 FZ Suzuki 5079'col-
Great cond. 5900. Fifthwheel '90 King Motorhome 15,507Mi. 7748 GT V6. 6 spd manual. leitors l .c u cyl, 2
334-791-4891. Of The Road. Very Has 12' slide-outtow 17" llr Iryk mies,. Stroke scooter, or Harley Davidson 2000
ColumbiaClean. Good Cond. 1 pckg, 5.5 KW Gen. fnl Ind h,"bs.
334 1 A Clean.GoodCndnange. E'i ccnd. 12-0 6orcster. 5.40
l Slide. 31' Long.$6K In Fullyloaded xtra vinyl and body .t street legal. $1295. 12il Sorserg 5.400
Seado RXP'05, Jet Ashford 812-599-3017 clean asking $45K $5.500. 334.790i4614. 334-774-2521 334774. ww;nlsheld, sdnle
Ski, 60 hrs, very ____________ ___________________
clean, life jacket & Fourwinds '94 camp 334-687-3171 Mooney 1962 M20C HYUNDAI 'Oi Accenrt 2773 after 5 P.M. bags. crash bar.
coverincl. $5500 850- er, 24 foot, perfect Scenic Cruiser.37 ft. At Time:Engine & Excellent cordit;on . HARLEY Din L du prae 500. Kawasaki '93 Vulcan
527-4455 condition, kept under by Gulf Stream 99 CERT Ecellent 5-spd transmit. 10K M. under war- RoadKin Police, 334-390-0220 750 15K Miles Runs
shelter. $5995 CASH. Immaculate cond. CHEVY'04 M 5310 iI.if 16,500 miles. h ttla, Great New Seat Cov-
Stratos 99 273 334-794-4954 loaded w/ options trouble CORV E $9500 (334)522-3803 ranty great as mile- 16,500 miles. White, HARLEY DAVIDSON er $1800 718-6833
lotrdeatos'9/273 334 4-free flying. loTEad age, loaded $10,500 clean & shop kept. er$1800718-6833
Intimidator, 7ft bass must see!! comes 334-347-5480 Silver, 32K miles, au- Infinity '97 J30 OBO 334-775-3028 $11,000. 334-774-3663 2003, 1200 Sportster
Johnson 1HP, Gulf Stream2006 mus e 100th anniv. edition. Mojo Motor Scooter
$6500. 334-596-1694 Cavalier 32 ft "Park with '07 Jeep. Dothan to, Bose Stereo, re- 142,000 miles. HARLEY DAVIDSON Lots of chrome. '05, 200mi, Blue,
$6500. 334-96-1694 Model" travel trailer. $58500 334-803-3397 Auto Engines/ movable top, garage $3500., 334-687-7956 VW '06 Passat, load- '02 Fatboy with lots $7,500. 334-701-3974 $1650 850- 258-1638
Supra '90 TS6M Queen bed in front, TIOGA'04 Motor Parts/Misc. J kept, $24,500 OBO ed, blue/black, GPS, of Chrome, Black,
comp, ski/wake brd, 334-695-3801 JEEP '06 Wrangler, sattalite radio, newHalyDvdo'8 ReKwski0
retsap.50 softt top, 49K miles, 2 tires, like new inside $10,250352-303-2713 HarleyDavidson'87 Red Kawasaki 09'
compski/wakebr, bunkedsinrear, Home24ft ideout334-695-380JEEP'06Wranl, FXRSuperglide, Cus- Ninja Like New250R
reat shape. 520 hrs, a/c, heat. Very clean. 7293 miles4KW Onan Original 1965 Mus Chevy '71 El Camino, door,auto, 4 wheel & out. 119K, moving Honda 88' Magna tom paint, ots of w/jacket 3,500. mi.
6700 OBO 334-796- $4,500. OBO Gen., very clean tang car parts for 350 Engine, $7500 drive. $13,000. 334- overseas. $12,000. Runs Good, $2,500. chrome, $9500 850- $3,995 334-692-3211
3424. REDUCED! 334-300-1122 $31,000 334-687-9663 sale. 334-393-9669 850- 594-3282 685-0846 334-347-0414 OBO 334-790 102;5 26-16n615 i Lav.. .


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Motorcycles Trailers-Tractors ITrucks-HeavyDuty LegalNotices LegllNotces Lega Notices LegalNotices LegaJNotices galNotices LegaJNotJces
Suzuki '8 GZ250 r. Custom Motorcy B U M E! TAL ONE SERVICES, Authority (PHA) indf- LF14920 project, see Section bid, and to reject any combination of alter- 2010, at 11:00 a.m., at
wSuzuki th GZ250, Custom Motrr le B Y M E LLC, a/k/a CAPITAL cated below. At this B, "Instructions to or all bids, or to ac- nates or separate bid the north side steps
with extended Trailer 4x8 led hs ONE BANK; HAN- time and place all INVITATION TO BID Bidders", Paragraph cept any bid and any prices that, in their of the Jackson Coun-
334-791-070 neath, never used, FORD'08 F250 COCK BANK, f/k/a bids received will be B-16. combination of alter- udgement, will be to ty Courthouse, 4445
-.,334-7 1 neath ner u. DIESEL,DVD 95,000 PEOPLES FIRST COM- publicly opened and Bids will be received nates or separate bid the best interest ofLafayettetreet,Ma-
S - miles 4 door auto- MUNITY BANK; an d aloud. ackso - e eres s rice that, in their Chiola College. rianna, Florida 32446,
Umatictransmission, STATE OF FLORIDA, d.bthJcsnCu
Ferguson T0 o- ii ,t t ns rco n STATE OF FLORIDA ita ty Schooll board Ma- the right to waive judgment, will be to the undersigned
SFerguson T0. 0 kNew condition, DEPARTMENT OF Without force and ef- rianna, Florida, until informalities in any the best interest of CHIPOLA COLLEGE Clerk will offer for
lennreirii ud. BLUE exteriorTAN REVENUE, fect on the Bidding 2:00 p.m. Central bid, and toreject any Jackson County BY: /s/ Dr. Gene sale the real estate
tb..:rpcr,_,A.. interior, 4WD, ABS, Documents and the Time, May 4, 2010 in or all bids, or to School Board. Prough, President described as follows:
.e:l.dre. & ,r.rh - e a/c, alloys, am/fm, Defendants. proposed Conttrct the Administration accept any bid and Chpola College
ur, ,.:.T , CD, cruise, driver Documents, thework Building Conference any combination of JACKSON COUNTY Board of Trustees, Lot 52, Block 137,
n.-%, pa.rr t.:.i -: airbag, leather nt., NOTICE OF ACTION required is briefly de- Room at which time alternates or sepa- SCHOOL BOARD - Compass Lake Hills
manuals included passenger airbag, PL scribed as: Partial and place all bids re- rate bid prices that, BY: Lee W. Miller, Su- LF14935 Unit 5, according to
Similar to 8 End Ford PS, PW, sun roof, STATE OF FLORIDA site modernization, ceived will be public-in their judgement, perintendent the map or plat
Suzu - 08 M50Z Sil- $3000. OBO tow pk. $28000 COUNTY OF ACK- the Work known asy enedan read will be to theest in- Jackson county LETTERSOF thereof as recorded
ver& Black, 2.5K 334-621-0059 (229 942-067 S . Concrete Parking & aloud for furnishing terest of Jackson School Board INTEREST in Plat Book A-4, Pa-
miles. Excellent con- i d e w a k al ad t County School Board. Marianna, Florida AND STATEME ges 130 thru 140,
ditionwindshield, FORDTW15Tractor FORD 1956 F-100 TO: KEITH MYRICK, Renovations as als forth construcOF QUALIFICATI public records of
detachable saddle- w/cab140hp, ex S. Window, 351w, Au- heir and lineal de- shown on the draw- ton of JACKSON COUNTY LF4940 For Jackson County, Flor-
bags. $4,000 FIRM. cond. $12,100. obo to, nice driver or hot- scendant of BERTHA ings and as directed TOILET ROOM SCHOOL BOARD Annual Survey ida.
(334)585-6566 2 cultivatorsold sep. rod, 4sp set-up avail MAE MYRICK, De- by the PHA @ five RENOVATIONS AT BY:/s/Lee W Miller, INVITATION TO BID Services
334-701-1836 $7 500. 334-701-4243 ceased, Post Office sites known as FL15- FOUR JACKSON Superintendent RFQ#- 0910-25 together with all
SGandy J r, r. :r FORD 2005 Lariat Box 95, Cottondale, 1A, FL15-1B & FL15-11 COUNTY SCHOOLS Jackson County Bids will be received structures,improve-
c ad. aFop.:.lF.:r F 50 Dually, 4X4, Florida 32431; Any Graceville, Florida, FOR THE JACKSON School Board by the Chpola Col- Dear Venand
a dout.I:b eB:,Pi.for I,-.ad. ,trailerbrks and all unknown FL15-2 Cottondale, COUNTYSCHOOL Marianna lege Board of Trust- appurtenances on
th' em. -r._rIf. 139Kmiles heirs, devisees, Florida & FL15-9B BOARDMARIANNA, .ees, Marianna, Flori- Thank you for your said land or used in
tw,:, r, I.:. .i ,.,.19 miles s Florida da, until 2:00p.m. interest in doing conjunction there-
S334-791-614 grantees, assignees, Blounown, Florida FLORIDA LF14923 Central Time, Tues- business with the with. Any pthersoe-
Gd:,,Fn $4 l trustees, or other New Concrete & As- All work shall be day, Ma 18, 2010 at Jackson County claiming an interest
TriumphDa, claimants claiming halt Parking & Pa- done according to INVITATIONTO BID h lic Service Board of County in the surplus from
Toe) 955 F STp.,n -.,uw154 SuS -250 6.4 LV8 by, through, under or Ing as well as Land- and specifica- fo
ulKe, carFon exn., n-wI Di turbo 5 sp against the Estate of scaping and all asso- pns pe Building "Y", Confer- Commissioners. Cur- the sale, if any, other
Dfke, carbo x db. nw3suto trans Forest BERTHA MAE coated work ons prepared by Bids will be received ence Room 173, rently, we are re- than the property
r bra . 334Green et. Came MYRICK Deceased; PaulA.Donofroand by the Jackson Coun- Chipola College, at questing :Letters of owner as ofthe date
69 r9390 or ;0�C Leeint. L.S. d and Any and all un- The w tSchool Board, Ma- which time and lace Interest and State- of the ls pendens,
.pton. Fam known heirsan d all un- The woscribed n tects 2910 Caledonia rianna, Florida, until all bids received will ments of Qualifica- must .file a claim
.'pt;onh , deves heirs, fully described in the Street, Marianna 200 p.m. Central be publicly opened tions from regis- within sixty (60) days
t r 5K. devisees, grantees, Bidding Documents Florida 32446. Plans ime, May 11, 2010 in an rea aoud for tered, qualified con- afterthe sale.
assignees, lienors consisting of the are on file an open the Board Room at furnishing all labor sultan firms in the
New'09 n Trer. 3 3 creditors, trustees Project Manual and to inspection in the the school Board Of- and materials for: State of Florida with The aforesaid sale
usd .,ncr-..0 F FORD ,7. F Si Bu-k- or other claimants the Drawings. office of the Archi- fice, 2903 Jefferson experience in Sur- will be made pur-
9GVW5.-2'aePd 'et Truc_,e .n3 . claiming by, throughroposed tect 2910 Caledonia Street, Marianna, RE-ROOFING veying Services re- suant to a Final Judg-
$95 1 ,i r AC. rah under or against the Proposed ContractStreet, Marianna, Florida 32446, at PROJECT LIBRARY quired in support of ment entered in this
850-569-2262 (334) 790-8891 3900 Estate of EARTHAforms, Drawings and Florida. Plans are al- which time anyplace BUILDING "B" the County's Engi- cause on April 7,
Ford '95 LTL 9000L, De- Project Manual are so on file in the fol all bids received will CHIPOLA COLLEGE neering Department. 2010.
Yamaha - 04 V-Star Vans Septic Truck, 5000 ceased, on file in the office of lowing plan room: be publicly opened MARIANNA, FLORIDA It is the intent of the
Yamaha- 04V-Star Vans Setic Truck, 5000 NOTIFIED the consultant Mr. FW. Dodge Pla t e e
miles.1100 Fully oadedgaon capacity with that an action to Randall O'Barr, Post Rooms Tallahassee furnishing all labor All work shall be negotiate Annual April, 2010.
1100 Custom 6k gallon capacity with that an action to Randall O'Barr, Post Roos Ta lahassee and r al for Count to select and Dated this 7th day of
miles. Fully loaded & 1978 Chevy Step Van newmoro pump. 334- foreclose a mortgage Office Box 357, Bald- and Pensacola, Flori- and aeria for he oe acodn o A ments wh p
Hines exhaust. $5800 does not run, $500. 693-5718 regarding the follow- win, Georgia 30511, da.
334-790-9108 NEG. 334-347-0619 Ford 96' F250 XLT ing property in Jack- telephone (706) 206- construction of: plans and specfica- to three (3) firms to DALE R. UTHRIE
334-790-9108tions prepared by perform these serv- CLERK OFTHE
k9sd403ao.com hrysler '95 Voyager, 2wd 8 ft. bed 460 C sonCountyFlorida: 1725 o (706) 4- Drawings and spe- CASSROOM PauA. Donofroand ces required by the CIRCUITCOURT
V6, auto, seats 8, owner $5,500. firm 0105, Fax (706) 754- ficatins may be ob PROJECTORS Associates, Archi- Engineering Depart-
BUY M EI power, m ss. EXTRACLEAN!! - (O.R.B. 687, PG 375) 4121. Bidding Docu- taed from the of- PROJECT PHASE tects,2910Caledonia ment for the various BY: /s/Beverly
S newtires, NOW 793-3280 Lot 4, Block E, ac- ments may be ob- ice of the Architect FOR THEJACKSON Street, Marianna, county projects. The Hatcher
0 -cording to herein- tained by providing a at Post office Box COUNTY SCHOOL Florida 3246. Plans selected firms shall AS DEPUTY CLERK
YAMAHA'06 $1975 OBO850-592- Frieght Liner 06'exc. after described plat NONREFUNDABLE861 2910 Caedonia BOARDMARANNA, are o n file and open serve as the Jackson DEPUTY CLERK
28 cond. -ing for p' of Sunset Heights payment of $35.00 Street Marianna, FLORIDA to inspection in the County Survey con-
Motorycle. , [ii _3 334. S iin in J ao- pe t of Doc Consumeants Florida 32446. Gener- office of the Archi- sultants for the vasn- --
Roadster 1700cc, off, 334 618 1,833 334. Subdivision in Jaok- per set of Documents a 3244 FLORDA to inspection in the County .Survey con-
Black, Motorcycle. 6923115 Cort son County, Florida. to the Consultantl Contractors mayAll w ork shall be tect, 2910 Caledonia ous projects. Listed
5000 miles. Vance Great ;e ,f qu.ly Being more particu- No partial sets will obtain one (1) set done according to Street, Marianna, below is some perti- Ahead Of
Hines Exhaust Sys- Mitsubishi '06Ra,d., lary described as be issued. Informa- of documents upon plans and specifica- Florida. nent information r- The- Re
tern. 4 helmets andl Dur,, Crr..;.. Cr'- follows: Commence tion regarding this $125.00 deposit, tons prepared by adding this Reuest Rest
gel cushion. One PLMUH', Gr. a the NW Corner of Project, inclu ing a �ad� thi Request
gel cushion. One Voyager, 4 newtires Cab, , Loaded, 32 at the NW Corner of Project including a which will be refund- PREMIERENGINEER- Drawings and speci- for Qualifications:
owner, garage kept. towing package, new $14,500.334-791-0646 SE of the NW 14 of list of the Plan Hold- ed only to those sub- NG GROUP, LLC. fications may be ob-
nSection 5, T4N, R10W, ers will be provided mining a bona fide Drawings and speci- gained from the of- RFQ NUMBER:0910-25 Put oursef ahead of
Like new. $8000. power steering -, .I i. ackson County; upon request. bid and returning fications may be o- fice of the Architect
334- 618-5833. pump, very cle:r,. w .. ,J t hence run S02� said documents pre- taed from the of- at Post Office Box Duet Date: June 3 the competition when you
3 - 6low mileage, W 31028.25feet Each bid shall in- aidrommtheOf-to ffco Due Date: June 3e
YAMAHA'08 V-star OBO334-687-e 8 - . 0 W 3078 ee c id ha n paid, in ood condi- fice of the Engineer 861, 2910 Caledonia 2010 - 2:00 p.m., at e theclified in your
250, Burgund 334- 87hnee 875348"W clude Bid Guarantee ton within ten (10) for a non-refundable Street, Marianna, the Jackson County search for the perfect job
Low miles! , 334-355-1118 23.3 feet to the in an amount equal ds after receipt of charge of $30.00 per Florida 32446. Gener- Purchasing. Depart- position.
YLow miles!a '09 new " ePoint of Beginning; to five percent of the bds3.1
Asking $2,695., tucks-Havi c o r r t X for third busi- docume a C nts upon 32448. Stick out room the crowd
334-693 -5454 Trucks Heav L Toyota Tcoma 3 feet; thence certified check eon ra cntor c un entss wihese bet rendec o (1) se t of te Marit ana, Fl Stik f th r
Yamaha '091300V TRD pkg, crew cab, S89�00'59"W 70.00 bank draft payable to oner su FEDX for third bus- documents upon 32448- ck tl t
Star touring bike, 2006 Jeepwrangler LWB, 67K, toolbox, feet; thence N04 the PHA; U.S. Govern- gt, su pi- ess delivery, $50.00 deposit, which with the claifiadl
2500 miles. $6,900 white, less than 20 silver$16,800., 17'29"E, 107.58 feet ment Bonds, or as a .e.h.- othuested bathe dorwsise re- w be refunded ony Please direct any
334-796-8174 miles, like new, must 334-803-3001 to a point on the properly executed rch a fulset of u d the Bid- to those sbiin a ut regard JACKSON C YFLORIDAN
see ,00 Southerly R/W line of Bid Bond with surety cment o r and bona fide bid and re- these documents t
334-796/-84 s e $Call 334-393-2259 Southell Drive (60) acceptable to th surety ocuments or charges are paid by turning said docu- Larry Alvarez at the L,2-.- ..S
ersMo s Hillcrest Drive (60) acceptable to te 100.00 er set non Bidder. All bid- ments prepaid, in Jackson County Engi-
Chevy 04' Silverado R/W, thence N87' PHA. A Surety Com- refundable.n County Eni-
ext. cab LTleather, 53'48"E along said pany executing the ders must be quail- good condition, with- nearing Department. LF14926
'05 Scootert9be au-0fied as described in in ten (10) days after Questions must be
'05 Scooter, 90mpg, heatedseats, loaded LegalNotices Southerly R/W line BidBondmust au- partial setswill not he pr e specific re t f bds. Gen ubme i iti INTHECIRCUIT
49cc Heavy Duty, 105K mi. $11,300. 334- 59.96 feet to POINT theorized to transact be oldtomajor tionsin orderto sub- eraCeipontractorsre- toLarry Alvarezin writingby COURT OF THE
Like new, iow miles, 237-1039 OF BEGINNING, business in the Proj- subcontractors, (me- mit a bid. quiring more than e-mail to FOURTEENTH
Must see, $1200 OBO LF14917 ect State, and must chanical, plumbing o sub- aa a oo U RUT
850-482-7739 adCHEVYR04 Silverd, NTHECen d ear n te most and electrical). S A MANDATORY pre- contractors, suppli- ntyfl.com or faxed to IN AND FORJACKSON
port Utilifully loaded, Red, 44K IN THE CIRCUR T OF THE against ou and you current U.S. Treasury pliers and other bid conference will ers, or others may (850) 482-9063 with a COUNTY, FLORIDA
SportUt687-6390ityVehicles m $11000334- OURT THE are required to serve Department's Circu- subcontractors ay be conducted for this purchase a full set of copy to Stan Hascher
687-6390 FOURTEENTH a copy of your writ- lar No. 570. The suc- purchase drawings e-mail to CASENO.:2010-99-CA
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ten defenses, if any, cessfl bidderisre- purchase drawings project at 2:00 p.m. documents for $35.00 b e-mail to CASE NO.:2010-99-CA
-71, crew OF FLORIDA IN AND t eene i n eu e and specifications at Central Time April per set, N 0 N - sfascher@jacksonco
escae 92005 g old/tan ford Chevyer size tirew OF FORIDA IN AND to it on: FREDERICK J. quired safacto provide the rate of 29, 2010 in the Media REFUNDABLE. untyfl.com or faxed JUDGE: McCLELLAN
escape 90,000 miles cab, oversize tires. FOR JACKSON MURPHY, JR., Es- satsfactory Perform- $2.00/sheet of draw- Conference Room at to (850) 482-9682.
good condition Camo trim. Exhaust. COUNTY quire, for ance and
7,500 334-726-1655 lo tras77K mi. CIVIL ACTION Plaintiff, swell bonds prior toexecu- ings and 20/page of the School Board Of- Bidding documents We look forward to IN RE: Forfeiture of:
Call Bray 334-40 Dunla LLP 245 tion o the Aree- specifications. fice, 2903 Jefferson will be sent UPS,col- working with you. A One (1) 1988 Chevro-
97 CASE NO:2010-285CA South Central Ave meant Street, Marianna, lect, unless other- copy of the RFQ is al- let S-10
Chevy '67 C10 $1200nue Post Office Bidding documents Florida32446. wise specified so on our web page V I N
2007 Yukon SLT Black OBO Or consider UNITED STATES OF nue, will be sent UPS,col- WWW.acksoncounty 1GCBS14E22285398
Fully Loaded trade 334-5AMERICA, a Drawer 30, Bartow, Refer to provisions lect, unless other- Each bid must be ac- Each bid must be " ac- fl.com click on Pu-
Fully Loaded trade334-522-4380 AMERICA, acting FL 33831, within thir- for equal employ- wise secified Each bid mut be ac- Eac bid ust be ac- f rn ck on
One Owner 80k miles through he "te ty (30)days after the ment opportunities ' compared bya b anied by a bidasing then on NO E
Priced at $24,000 Chevy 72' Fleet side States Departmentof first publication of and payment of not Each bid must be ac bond,a certified or bond or a casher's bids/RFQ's NOTICE OF
Call 334-685-0612 factory 307, 3-sd, 67K Agriculture, Rural De- cashier's check, check, made payable FORFEITURE
Ca334-685-02 original miles. Body development, k/a and notice Of Action, largess than minimum co anied by a bid made payable to the to the Chipola Col- Sincerely, PROCEEDINGS
original miles. Body velopment, f/k/a and file the original salaries and wages bond or a cashier's Jackson. County lege Board of Trust-
Chevrolet'05 rough. $2500. BO. Farmers Home Ad- with the Clerk of this indicated in the Proj- che, made payable School Board, Ma- es, Maianna, Flori- Stan Hascher, Pu ALL ERSONS who
Avalanche LT, Super 334-792-5578 ministration, Court either before ectManual. to the Jackson Coun- anna, Florida in the da in the um of 5% chasing Director claim an interest in
nice, fully loaded. service on Plaintiffs ty School Boa rianna, Florida in the da in the sum ofin
$18,500 Plaintiff, attorney or immedi- Each bid shall n- S B M- sum of 5% of the of the basebid asa Jackson County the following proper-
-701- ately thereafter oth- ch bd sll annaFlordan e base bid as a guaran- guarantee and with Board of County ty, 1988 Chevrolet S-
334-701-4243T ately thereafter oth- clude THE SIGNED sum of 5% of the tee and with an an agreement that Commissioners 10, VIN:
Chevy'04Tahoe, vs. erwise a default will ORIGINAL AND TWO base bid as a uaran- agreement that the the bidder will not 1GCB14E22285398
LS, Beige, 83000 be entered against CONFORMED COPIES tee and wh an dr wll. nt te- revke or cacel s LF14925 whGBSh Js 3d e-
miles,PW,PL, VIRGINIA STALEY, In- you for the relief de- of the following: areeent that the r rok e or cancel his bid o withdraw LF14925 which was seized property
Radio/CD, tinted dividualld, and as an ded in the Co- 1. A properly execut- r ot re voke or cance hs bid or withdraw from cause said property
Radio/CD, tinted an manded in the Com- 1. A properly execut- bidder will not re- bid or withdraw from the competition for a IN THE CIRCUIT is alleged to be con-
wdws, runningbds, CHEVY'91 Ton2ft heir an lineal de plaint or Petition. edBidFormoke or cancel his ition fora period of thirty (30) CORT OF THE4TH traband as defined
$14,000. 850-718- . Flat Bed DumpTruck scendant of BERTHA 2. A properly execut- bid or withdraw from period of forty-five days after the open- JUDICIALCIRCUIT by Sections 932.701
7040, 569-5774. $5500 or reasonable MAE MYRICK, De- DATED on this 6th ed Bid Guarantee. the cmpetitionfor (45) days after the ing of bids, and that IN AND FOR (2)(a)(1-6), Florida
GREAT CONDITION ff,5r 229-334-8520,bl ceased; CA N day of April, 2010. 3. A properly execut- aperiodf Hs S CTY, oSy a
.. 22-296-8eal descendant fIN ACCORDANCEfida dys after the hat n the event the tract is awarded to FLORIDA the Department of
iChevy 91 Cherc.. BERTHA MAE IT THE AMERI-4N fv p of bids, and tht contract is awarded the bidder, he will Highway Safety and
S pickup, IWh gale MYRICK, Deceased; CANS WITH DISABILI- Form HUD369-A, tract ievent thco to the bidder, he will within ten (10) con- CASE NO: 2009-712- Motor Vehicles, Divi-
. 500 850 352-4724 CHARLES MYRICK, TIES ACT PERSONS "Representations the d he w within ten (10) con- secutive days afterit CA sion of Florida High-
50g503524724 heir and lineal Yde- WITHIS SABILITIES Certifications andthe i r i secutive days after it is submitted, enter way, Patrol, on or
scendant of BERTHA NEEDING A SPECALOther Statements(10) con- is submitted, enter into written contract SUNTRUSTMORT- about December 30,
MAE MYRICK,, De- ACCOMMODATION Bidders".se day into written contract with the Chipola Col- GAGE,INC. 2009, in Jackson
Chevy0ahoe. ceased; ESTHER TO PARTICIPATEis submitted, enter with the Jackson lege Board of Trust- 350 N. Lake Destiny County, Florida: Any
C9.J00vmi.y Tahe..cMYRICK, heir a T PARTICITEING S into written contract County School Board ees inraccordance Road Maitland, Flori- owner, entity, bona
.new tire. awer. MYRIeal descendant of SHOULD CONTACT section three busi-, with the Jackson in accordance with with the accepted da32751 fide lienholder, or
sery nice. 1 5 BERTHA TH O C O TH ness n inorit the accepted bid and bid. Upon aware of person in possession
Whr nite. 1.105 BERTHA *MAE THE OFFICE OF THE ness and minority in accordance with provide Perform- contract a Perform- Plaintiff, . of the property when
Chevy '93100 L72 MYRICK, Deceaed; COURT ADMINISTRA- firms are urged to the accepted bid. The dance Labor and Ma- ance and Material seized has then
Chevy8'99-Tahao, m. newAC 'loaded,. GAIL MYRICK, heir TOR, TELEPHONE submit proposals. cost of the bond will iha right
and lineal ,escend- teia BnsWok ad amet on s iti ffte (15)
limited edition, all runs great $3,400. and lineal descend- (850)482-9552, WITH- Certification as a be included as part Mals Compensation will be required of days of initial receipt
eran o BRTA MORKNG Minority-b ines e bidders base- Insurance, and other the successful bid- FREDERICKJ of notice, to contact
$5300 Kis334-618- B 334-798-176 1 MYRICK, Deceased; DAYS OF YOUR. RE- Enterprise (or num- bid proposal.
300 334-618- 334-798-1768 KEITH MYRICK, heir CEIPT OF THIS SUM- er of partners bid proposalInsurance as detailed der. The cost of the LIVINGSTONE, JR. Sandra R. Coulter,
S7381/334-7024394 Do '02 Dakota an lia M F H I areoers e in the specifications, bond will be included 110 Lovejoy Road Assistant General
4 Dodge '02 Dakota and lineal descend- MONS. IF HEARING shareholders, em- NOTE: There will be a The cost of all bonds as part of the bidde- Andover, MA 01810; . Counsel, Department
Ford '06.Expedition Leather Int. Quad cab ant of BERTHA MAE IMPAIRED, (TDD)1- ployees who are Pre-Bid Conf e andcos all b s part of te b - ndov, MA 0 Department
Black 36K Rear Air Clean cond. Fully MYRICK, Deceased; 800-955-8771, ORmembers of minority Wednesday, April 28, b insurance small rs prpsal and of Highway Safety
3rd Row Seat, Leath- auto. 334-693-3980 LUTRICIA MYRICK, VOICE (V) 1-800-955-I classification or are 2010 @10:00 m. CT e bidde as r r r ZUZANA 2andMotor A Vehicles,
er $22K Neg. Like heir and lineal de- 8770 VIA FLORIDA women) shouldbein at the Jackson of the bidders base- The Owner reserves LIVINGSTONE 2900 Apalachee Park-
New 334-718-0087 scenant of BERTHA RELY SERVICE clouded in the Bid pro- bid proposal. Certi-the right to waive 110 Lovejoy Road way , Room A-432,
'00 7y MAE MYRICK, De- RVIC. - Board, 2903 fied checks offered informalities in any Andover,MA01810 Talahassee, Florida,
posal. Refer to Arti- Jefferson Street, Ma- as bid guarantees bid, and to reject any 32399, by certified
at cd., $400 ceased; MAURICE DALE RABON GU- cles 38, 39 and 40 Of Flcertified
, MYRI ceased; MAURICE DALE ABON GU- es 38, 39 and 40 of rianna, Florida and must have Florida or all bids, or to ac- Defendants. mail return receipt
great -2491 ndn- THRIE The General Condi- attendance will be Documentary Stamps cept any bid andany request t obt
OBO 850-526-2491 eal descendant of Clerk of Circuit Court tions. mandatory for all attached. NOTICE OF SALE o obtain
ask for Tom BERTHA MAE Post Office Box 510 General Contractors plaint and Orderm-
GMC'00 Jimmy, PW/ MYRICK, Decease; Marianna, Florida The PHA reserves the Con Owner reserves YounameOTICE IS HEREBY ng ro
PL, Ao , V d Ext-cab360Ma and lineal de iend- an to plan to the right to waive Classified has i!! GIVEN that on te Cause filed in the
condition, 370 num 4 barrel ho y ant ofd lineal descend- and all bids, and to submit a bid for this informalities in any 13th day of May, above styled court.
850-272-5259 hubarielhoy an t of BERTHA MAE BY: /s/ Beverly waive irregularities
Jeepr green, Mr X, aDeceased; Hatcher and formalities inthe
S rat les Customfiberglass SHARON POLLaOCK DeputyClerk bidding. No bids may t .
sp M03 For XgCustom fibDputayssl
6 cylinder, 5 speed, 4 hood, 22" hood heir and lineal de- id e i *
wheel drive, blac, scoop, stainless scendant of BERTHA-periodtofsixty days
soft top, Runs grea grill&bumpers MAE MYRICK, De- LF14943 period of sity da
AC, AM, FM, CD, 32" Snap on tread ceased; JOE LEWIS opening of bids with-
tires, Iowner. 1I K Alum.too, box, 6" WADDELL, heir of DOCUMENT 00100 out PHA consent.
miles, very good lift kit, 6" glass. EARTHA ILENE INVITATION FOR BID
condition. $8,900 acks, alum. racing WADDELL Deceased; Northwest Fri
han 913-660-4500 rims Lots of extras! Any and all unknown Bids for furnishing all Regional Housing F.dAu-
Jee '04 Wrangler,' EDUCED $4500 OBO heirs, devisees, labor, materials, thority
eep4 Wrangler, REDUCED45OBO grantees, assignees, equipment, and serv- Post Office Box 218
.trail rated, less than E ,v B trustees, or other ices required for the (5302 Brown Street)
27K miles, hard & claimants claiming Work known as Con- Graceville Florida
soft tops, AM/FM CDr by, through under or crete Parking & Side- 32440 . . .. , - . --. .
AC tilt, and cruise. Ford' O Ranger, 101K against the Estate of walk Renovations as
334-693-9009 miles, manual, new BERusteesA MAE shown on the draw- 10' us Te in Pot Bamboo couch $60, Emerson Lazy Bcenter $10 850-482- Steer & hide-a-bed
tires. Rims.$620$44000BO MYRICK, Deceased; ings and as directed T � ' LICK �,8,) 15" Pl 2ure 5ad.e Blooming a ar I CRi 3al. $15 8 ik aye 28 va 8520593 new mattress,
EEP 1987 Wrangler 334-693-0685 Any COUNTY, scapg and all asso- v u $2 -48-39 0 in I gal. p.:i. m an , FIG ATrees, ie gal.$10, c -2 $300 850-482-3390 2-
4x4, ac, ps, ac, at, F O D A; cited work will be *a 50- gal.$15850-592-8769 MaggieSottero SOLIDOAKDRESSER-
newengine/trans/ Ford'02 F150sXLT, heirs, devisees sites known as FLi5- -'i.. 12", C.,inp,:urO m,t'.r e5,).272-6967 $55 (850)592-2507 4193 call Joe 3390
tires, hard top. 792- red, 4WD, Triton rantees, assignees 150kA, FLm5-1B& FL5- 869LARGE $30 (850)592- W/MIRROR$3









erLE270hpbose s eck itc11,,enr Bunsk bed w/futton 2507cr s (850)592-2507
8018/792-8827. $5800 V8/5.4L eng, 104,168 S Gracevlle, Florda, Baskebll gol. Ergnomic Desk Lg entertainment Radio Flyer- Deluxe










4 m h1 net0$4rChiXr54L- BlackUphol- 9029c eCedrar logs, alrdy 7Nee, $60 850-482- L Efra$5007
mi.,Super C rew Cab , trustees, or other FL15-2 Cottondale, c ,o.. 12" impoundnd inter , 2 5ne $0 C B- ce $(0 8550-2- Ste(850)er 2-5& StrllTike
Jeep '88 Wrangler good ties, oo 144 Kox claimants claiming Florida & FL15-9B t4 -ou.-----nv saw do. Tsele rde' ,- od 2507-
New Body Work. Hulk $13,500. 3348941212 by, through, under or Blountstown Florida 50 Bassinet 50 O. Lighted Corner Curi Solid Oak coffee ta
Green. Auto. 6 cyl. or 334-494-2823 against the-Estate of New Concrete & As- 52 w0EHj a COA. 9j850J 258,9029 850.209.830s FIG Trees,1 gal. $10.3 Cabinet, oak finish ble w/drawers &
2.5" lift. New Tires & EARTHA ILENE halt Ing &Pav- J -i c,. w . gal. $15 850-592-8769 $75 850-593- mag. rack $100 OBO
Rims. 6200 OBO "~ - I .'; WADDELL, Deceased; ing as well as Land- 15" Pl,-asre Srde Blooming Amar,. gal.$58-980 93 $
334-726-2186 ,_.' 1" - i I JACKSON COUNTY, scaping and all asso- v,...o 9. a= $250 $55i.5-83- ,) ,n I g.l. p.:,t. mn.. FIG Trees,I gal.$10,3 5702/272-7129 850-482-3390
Le '08GF L 0 R I D A ; iated work will be M , .*i"'i-..r. r ,'rret,,-Si$ -a S-0- gal.$15850-592-8769 Maggie Sottero SOLID OAK DRESSER-
Lexus'0GX470 50K CITIFINANCIAL SERV- received until 1:00 , esi'..~sI-~'m' 5928109 Fridge 4 years old. Gown, size 12, 5 DRAWERS highboy
Mi. Good Cond. Load- ICES, INC.; AMERI- PM local time on ,. BlomngAmarglly $150.000r850-693- bronze/pacific blue $300(850








^ ^ FORD '07 F.350.5.9 L^Bloo\in 2 Rocker/recliners, $1sb 850 (850)272-5259 OBO 850-693- $30007)35677r i2 -42-50
d 3rd RowSeat, Na CAN GENERAL F- 27 May 2010 at the 2 maroon $50 , plush or m 0$200 850-209-5786 -
System $38000 --m 1 g'l. poL , ny 7 SOLID OAK DRESSER-
229-254-0077 Ford '06 F350,Diesel, NANCE, INC.; CAPI- office of the Housing the feet $35, 1 for varieties $8/ea 850-GARAGE DESK- Magniflonerform- 8 DRAWERS
arms $45 850-557 592-8769 dance muffer$50 W/MIRROR$305
NISSAN '06 Pathfind- 4WD, clean, 50k mi 4978 LARGE $30 (850)592- OBO 850-209-0096
erLE,270hp, bose gooseneck hitch, G uV E B o r ew n 5__G
audio w/6 disc CD' $25k, 850-569-2262 2 Bedroom furniture Bunk bed w/futton 2507_____MICROSUEDE (850)52 -
34,263miles. $0 Ford'07 F150 XLT 445L| 850-663-9850/258- 850-209-0096 120V. duct Mount, CISE- wn Mirrored Headboard
334-7931544 flex fuel, dark blue , . ' 9029 Cedar logs, already New, $60 850-482- (59-0(0)2507
SEntertainment300 850- 7933 (8_50_59-507_ (850)59_-2507
w/bed coven, 144K tarstoday/to$250ce820nteutatoe9605-6239 Money saver dryer, Solid wood oval din
ml, pwr, CC, $14,500 tr$5/ 605629GE stove- Good lage cap., gaSPo- id wood oal din
FORD '07 F-350, 5.9 L t2 Rocker/reliners, house $100 OBO (850)272-5259 OBO 850-693-0736 chairs $85 850-482-
DSL Crew Cab 50K maroon $50, plush - Headboard- queen jn-,-nD vei 7


S miles, $29,500 334- i green $100 OBO 850- ----- size. Oak. $95. RADIO- x $125 Square Dance
S. 695-7769, 695-7770 482-3390 Childs Toy Plastic (850)272-5259 (850)592-2507 Peticoat, 1 sz fits all,
Nissan '07 Pathfinder - Yo L Ite hI Ieds 5 station Weider Vanity, $10 850-573- Headboard- Queen dining table 20 850-526-3426
8-3850-593-5702/272- Stroller for850-526-3426
SE, Black, Auto. 56K B' mini-gym, everything 6296/482-3853 size oak headboard 85059357n 272- Stroller for 2, Navy,
mi. leather int.. 3rd works, needs paint. Conair Foot Spa- Like from Badcock Furn. 7129 new condo. $55 850-
row seat, Li-. new. $50 850-573-2471 New $10 (850)592- $100 (850)272-5259 .1 --w c . 526-3426$5
$16,000.334-897-0582 ClaI 6 ' ft Slimline Christ- 2507 Hoosier Cabinet Overstuffed Sofa ,
TOYOTA06 Four imas tree $25 850- couch- with 2 built-in w/metal flour sifter good cond.$50 OBO Swivel rocker/reclin-
TOYOTA '06 Four Ford '07 Ranger 593-5702/272-7129 clners $100 & sugar drawer $275 850-482-3390 er, tan, large size,
593-5702/272-7129 recliners $100 & sugar drawer $275 8 new cond. $75 850-
Runner SRS, 2wd, automatic, V-6 new cond. $75 850850-272-8967 Pine ton-ue gr
59,700 miles,,white, 30,000 miles, 7-piece Antique wick- (850)272-5259 850-272-8967 Pine tongue & groove 526-3426
excellent cond. Excellent, $9800. er furniture set $400 Craftsman- commer- Infant swing, new 55 ieces. 50693- Toddler Car Seats
$18,700. 334-796-3130 334-790-7959 850-663-9850/258- cial grade 10" table cond. $25 850-526- 0736 tan & navy plaid,
Toyota '07 FJ Cruiser, FORD '07 Sports Trac, 2Jdv ovruela29029 saw with stand $0 3426orcelain lit clean $20/ea 850-
excellent condition, V-6 fully loaded, Audiovox Cruise (850)663-8811 Jnny Lind Crib, in trmedlin o 526-3426
61K miles. $19,900 $20,500 OBO 229-861 Control- fits most DK BROWN KITCHEN- box, w/new mattress 850-605-639 Twin headboard, lite
334-803-3577 2714,229-309-1890any car, new in box, TABLE Folding sides $75 850-526-3426 ineSwood,$2850-
Trailers-Tractors Baby changing table (850)592-2507 13Dx16Wx4T free- Player w/case $70
H ro7 8 6 4850-4kr-2994 iwhrlpoolh- -
].999 2.~A'BA T $35 OBO 850-209- double bed- with standing; $70 850-482-2994whirpool fridge-
1999 254 AG-MASTER 8309 frame. Excellent con- (850)592-2507 Primitive kitchen with ice maker $150
Tractor, 4 wd with Baby crib w/dition $150 (850)272- KYMCO scooters (2), hutch, white, $125 (850)272-5259
two implements. / mattresswhite met- 5259 1 runs grt, other 850-526-3426 Whirlpool- super ca.
$2000.334-522-6709 1-1i'j ' K-'] al, great condition Dressing Bench-Like good for parts. $500 Prom Dresses (5) size pacitywasher/dryer
Cummings/Onan a - '' J - . $75 850-573-6296 New, Padded Cush- for both. 850-573- 8 & 9, $50/ea OBO $300 (850)663-8811
KWgenerator 703 hrs. 4 uon9 0r 2-2 B pl aby crib w/ ion $70 (850)592-2507 2471 850-482-2994 Woodburing 4burn
switch runs4poultr reasonable offer 229- '" . mattress,white met- Eddie Bauer Car Seat Large portable dog Prom Dresses- Two er cast iron cook
house $n15,000. OO 334-8520, 229-296- . ' f al, grt cond.$75 850- $30 OBO, Car seat carrier $40 850-482- blue prom dresses stove $125 850-526-
40u400 p r 8171 . 573-6296/482-3853 base $15 OBO 850- 7888 size 18. $50 each. 3426
4-40X400 poultry . 8 ,�171ihc rw 209-8309 (850)663-8811
house of Lubing nip- Clossifled have what. ' I Baby high chair w/ 2 9 Large wrought iron (80)663-Wooden Rocking
ple drinkers 334-726- y ure ng f. adj. height $40 Electronic Keyboard bird cage $50 850-. White BabyDresser Horse Toy Box $60
0978 or 334-795-6101 Y e loIng fr. 850-272-8967 $40 850-526-3474 663-9850/258-9029 $50 850-482-2994 850-272-8967




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