Jackson County Floridan

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


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Spatial Coverage:
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Preceded by:
Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Marianna Floridan

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Marianna Police officers conducted a rou-
tine traffic stop Tuesday, which led to the dis-
covery of nearly a pound of marijuana and
three arrests.
Three Marianna residents - John Joseph
Basting, 19, Michael Edward Browning, 20,
Brandon James Hughes, 18 - were the occu-
pants of the vehicle which was allegedly
transporting drugs for distribution.
According to a press release from the
Marianna Police Department, officers initial-
ly stopped the vehicle for a faulty equipment
violation near the intersection of Dogwood
and Putnam streets.
According to the news release, the officer
noted the 2008 Dodge Magnum had a strong
odor of marijuana. The officer made contact
with the driver and other occupants and con-


John Joseph Michael Edward Brandon James
Basting Browning Hughes

ducted an investigation.
According to the release, the officers found
354 grams of marijuana hidden in multiple
locations in the vehicle, as well as drug para-
All three occupants were charged with pos-
session of a controlled substance with the

intent to distribute, possession of more than
20 grams of marijuana and possession of drug
Basting, Browning and Hughes werb taken
into custody and transported to'the Jackson
County Correctional Facility to await first

Marianna resi-
dent Davida
Chea Brannon,
20, faces a
felony charge
after being
arrested Tuesday Davida C.
on charges of Brannon
possession of
methamphetamine, possession of
drug paraphernalia, retail theft
and criminal use of personal
According to a report from the
Jackson County Sheriff's Office,
officers' initially were responding
to an attempted retail theft at the
See DRUG, Page 10A -

Officials debate use of bed tax

Jackson County officials are
being asked to decide whether
they want to abandon the idea of
building a convention center -
and if they do, to decide what to
do with almost $1 million that
has been set aside for the conven-
tion center.
Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce President and CEO
Art Kimbrough, as head of that
organization, helps the Tourist
Development Council manage
the bed tax, under a contract with
the county.
He and members of the TDC
board appeared before the com-
mission at a special joint meeting
of the county commission and
TDC board Tuesday, to explore
the convention center issue and
other matters. It was one in a con-
tinuing series of joint sessions.
The money set aside for the
convention center has been grow-
ing since 2004, when the Jackson
County Commission doubled the
bed tax, which was enacted in
The tax was approved by voter
referendum and started that year
at 2 cents on the dollar. Once the
tax was enacted, the commission
had the option to raise it without
going back to voters for permis-
sion, and did so once.
The local option tax is collect-
ed from, guests who stay at
motels in the county, and is now
4 cents on the dollar. It generates
about $240,00 a year.
The commission dedicated the
second 2 cents to the convention
center, with the money to be used
in the design phase and for other

Members of the Tourist Development Council confer after a joint meeting with County Commissioners
Tuesday. - Mark Skinner / Floridan

early-stage expenses associated
with the center. Officials had
hoped to find grant money or
some other resource for the con-
struction phase. Currently, there's
$927,140 in the fund.
But grants and other funding
opportunities are drying up in the
recession. In addition, bed tax
revenues are on a slight decline
and there's growing doubt about
the feasibility of the center as a
money-making, bed-filling enter-
Because of those uncertainties,
and because of another need, the

Tourist Development Council
wants to possibly "re-purpose"
the use of the second 2 cents, as
well as the funds which have
accumulated in that pot so far.
.There is some difference of
opinion as to how some of the
money can be used, however. The
Jackson County Commission is
seeking clarification on the
guidelines as discussions contin-
ue about the future of the bed .tax.
The TDC also wants the coun-
ty to consider a different use for.
the first 2 cents.
To date, it has been spent main-

ly to fund community events
which can potentially "put heads
in beds." But doubt is also grow-
ing about whether that is the best
use of the money.
TDC members acknowledge
that, in some cases, it is not clear
whether the funded events actual-
ly generate a significant number
of overnight stays, as no mean-
ingful tracking systeni is in place
to make that determination.
They also question the wisdom
of funding some of the same
See TAX, Page 4A >

Sign ordinance debated again

Church request

sparks more


The Marianna Municipal
Development Department held a
planning meeting Monday to dis-
cuss variance requests from city
codes, and major development
orders from organizations within
Marianna city limits.
These discussions lead to a rec-
ommendation to be presented to
the Marianna City Commission
next week for a vote.
Church of God by Faith sub-
mitted an application for a vari-
ance to the signage ordinance.
The sign ordinance has been an
issue in the past, and has been a
regular topic of discussion in city
commission meetings.
The code currently allows
churches in residential land use

The Marianna Municipal Development Department recommended
that the city commission deny this church's request for a larger sign
due to past denials from other inquirers. - Mark Skinner /

and zoning districts to have one
24 square-foot free standing sign,
and one 24 square-foot wall sign,
Church of God by Faith is

requesting a 32 square-foot free
standing sign.
See SIGN, Page 4A >

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The Jackson County
Tourist Development
Council wants to use a sig-"
nificant amount of bed tax
money to hire a full-time
tourism director, and pay
someone to keep the Russ
House open on weekends.
In connection with that,
TDC recommends that the
Russ House-be designated
the county's official visitors
center, and that the tourism
director be housed there.
The suggestions came
Tuesday afternoon in a joint
meeting of TDC and the
Jackson County
Commission. Jackson
County Chamber of
Commerce President and
CEO Art Kimbrough, who
See COUNTY, Page 4A >

Tiny turtle model

Members of Girl Scout Troop 88 from Fort Walton Beach get
acquainted with Vern the turtle at Florida Caverns State Park
during its Earth Day program Saturday.- Mark Skinner /

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Managing Editor - Michael Becker
Circulation Manager - Dena Oberski

Contact Us
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
FAX: (850) 482-4478
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32446
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Getting It

The Jackson County
Floridan's policy is to cor-
rect mistakes promptly. To
report an error, please call
526-3614 Monday-Friday.

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 discussion
- Thursday, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, .2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance limited
to persons with a desire to stop drinking.

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 com-
munity 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-
* As part of Join Hands Day 2010,
Woodmen of the World Lodge 65 and Chipola
Ministries volunteers will collect non-perish-
able 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-
* 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/appropriate
clothing. Participants receive free helmet,
goodie bag and certificate of completion. Call

573-4351 or e-mail
* Alford Community Health Clinic, 1770
Carolina St., Alford (two blocks east of US
Highway 231), is open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The
free clinic is for financially eligible patients
without medical insurance. Appointments
available; walk-ins welcome. Call 263-7106 or
* Author Jacqueline McGriff will be signing
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
* Jackson County Community Emergency
Response Team (CERT) training begins 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 them-
selves and their neighbors in the event of a
disaster or emergency. No charge. Call. 272-
1372 or e-mail training.jacksoncitizen-
* 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
* Author Leigh Duncan will sign copies of
her book, "The Officer's Girl,".and chat with
readers, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Chipola River
Book & Tea, 4402 Lafayette St. in downtown
* The board of AARP Chapter 3486 meets at
1:30 p.m. in the Jackson County Public
Library on Green Street in Marianna.
* Relay for Life of Central Jackson's Bank
Night starts at 6 p.m. in the Covenant Hospice
* The City of Jacob's monthly meeting
begins at 7 p.m. in City Hall.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, 8-9 p.m. in the AA

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. in 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

May 5 - Wednesday
* Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open 9 a.m. to 3 pn.m.
* The Early Learning Coalition of Northwest
Florida Inc. Board of Directors meets at 11
a.m. at the Workforce Center in Panama City.
Conference call access: 1-888-808-6959,
guest code 7475102.
* Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, is 12-1 p.m. in the
AA room.
* The Pilot Club of Marianna draws the win-
ning tickets today in its "Swing into Spring"
fundraiser, proceeds from which will help
purchase a handicapped-accessible swing set
for Citizens Park in Marianna. The charity raf-
fle boast three large prize packages each
including many goods, services and gift cer-
tificates from area businesses. Tickets are $5
each or five for $20. Call 573-6563.

May 6 - Thursday
* The Chipola Regional Workforce
Development Board's Youth Development
Council meets at 10 a.m. and an Executive
Committee meeting follows at 11 a.m., both
in the community room at 4356 Highway 90
East, Suite K, Marianna. Call 718-0456, ext.
* The Jackson County Quilters' Guild Sit-n-
Sew is 6-8 p.m. at the American Legion Hall,
Alford. Anyone interested, in quilting or
sewing is welcome. Call 579-4146 or 394-
* Alcoholics Anonymous closed discussion,
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.

May 7 - Friday
* Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment" at Evangel
Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill Road.
Dinner, 6 p.m. (free for first-time guests);
meeting, 7 p.m. Child care available. Call 209-
7856, 573-1131.
* Alcoholics .Anonymous open meeting at
First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna, 8-9 p.m. in the AA room.


The Marianna Police
Department listed the
following incidents for
April 27, the latest avail-
able report:
one accident ~ r ...
with injury, ..--2"
two suspi-
cious per-' .I_.ME
sons, one "
information report, one
funeral escort, one high-
way obstruction, three
physical disturbances,
two verbal disturbances,
one burglar alarm, six
traffic stops, one tres-
passing complaint, one
abandoned property, two
juvenile complaints, one
animal complaint, one
fraud, two assists of
another agency, one

property damage, one
public service call and
one threat.

The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and
Jackson Fire Rescue list-
ed the following incidents
for April 27, the latest
available report: one acci-
dent with injury, one
missing adult, one reck-
less driver complaint,
three suspicious vehicles,
one suspicious incident,
one suspicious person,
one funeral escort, two
burglaries, two physical
disturbances, two verbal
disturbances, one
prowler, one residential
fire, one woodland fire,

17 medical calls, two
traffic accidents, one bur-
glar alarms, one robbery
alarm, one shooting in the
area, six traffic stops, one,
larceny complaint, one
criminal mischief reports,
three civil disputes, three
trespassing complaints,
one garbage complaint,
one fight in progress, four
assists of another agency
and two public service

The following persons
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting period:
- Bradford Reagan, 41,
2589 Heavenly Drive,

murder, arson.
- Miller Pe
6938 Single
Grand Ridge,
Bay County.
- Dennis And
101 Cinema D
7, Marianna,
with violence,
of controlled
battery on law
ment officer, no
very's license.
- Jay Meyer
Pensacola, D.U
- Paul Lamb
Indigo Pond
Gordon, Ala., v
state probation.
- Davida Bra
5385 Sonic
Marianna, posse

attempted controlled substance,
possession of drug para-
;aden, 36, phernalia, criminal use of
fort St., personal identification.
hold for - Bridgette Elder, 21,
4052 Cottondale Road,
person, 21, Apt. 1601, Marianna,
)rive, Apt. trespass after warning.
resisting - Yolanda Brown, 19,
possession 28395 Stewart Ave.,
substance, Marianna, trespass after
v enforce- warning.
o valid dri- - Timothy Brunner, 32,
640 Wolf Pond Road,
s, 45, 511 Marianna, violation of
Drive, state probation.

ert, 23, 37
J Road,
violation of

cannon, 20,
session of a

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

Panama City Low - 8:20 PM High - 9:31 AM
Apalachicola Low - 10:5.0 AM High - 6:47 AM
Port St. Joe Low - 8:25 PM High - 10:04 AM
Destin Low - 9:36 PM High - 10:37 AM
Pensacola Low - 10:10 PM High - 11:10 AM

RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage
Woodruff 46.67 ft. 66.0 ft.
Blountstown 9.09 ft. 15.0 ft.
Marianna 7.03ft. 19.0 ft.
Caryville 6.58 ft. 12.0 ft.

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Community Calendar



Jackson County Floridan * Thursday, April 29, 2010 - 3A

Sneads to crown

new queens Saturday
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN for adults and teens, and Lauren Stewart

The Little Miss Sneads,
Junior Miss Sneads, Teen
Miss Sneads and Miss
Sneads pageants will be
held Saturday, May 1 at 6
p.m. in the Sneads High
School auditorium. Doors
open at 5:30 p.m.
Jackson County
Commissioner Jeremy
Branch and reigning Miss
Sneads Rachel Pelt will
serve as master and mis-
tress of ceremonies.
Cost of admission is $5

$3 for ages 12 and under.
Little Miss
Katelynn Dunaway
Tabitha Jackson
Clara May
Emily Stone
,Macy Emmons
Meg Alexander
Alexis Moneyham
Gretchen Deese

Junior Miss
Sierra Kinsinger

Mallory McDanlel
Olivia Dickens

Teen Miss
Taylor Conrad
Brittany Hamm
Alex Maphis
Courtney Neel
Savanna Owens

Miss Sneads
Annie Braxton
Logan Davis
Sierra Hewett

Behind the counter

Katelynn Dunaway Tabitha Jackson

Clara May

Emily Stone

Kindergarten students from Sneads Elementary School visit the Marianna Zaxby's
restaurant in April. They took in an early lunch and got a behind-the-counter tour of
the facility. - Contributed photo

'Gardening Friends' to meet

Meg Alexander Alexis Moneyham Gretchen Deese

Gardening Friends of
the Big Bend will meet at
the North Florida Research
and Education Center near
Quincy at 6:30 p.m. EDT
on Tuesday, May 11.
the May 11 meeting will
discuss plans for the
group's educational and

fundraising events for
Sue Watkins, local
"plantswoman" and GFBB
member, will present
"Gardens of Good Taste,"
focusing on edibles in the
landscape. The :public is
GFBB promotes garden-
ing and gardening

research by supporting
and assisting faculty and
staff of NFREC-Quincy,
an arm of the University
of Florida's Institute for
Food and Agricultural
For more information,
contact Clara Skipper at
850-671-2565 or Dr. Gary
Knox at 850-875-7162.


I erra Kinsi I
Sierra Kinsinger

Lauten Stewart

Mallory McDaniel Olivia Dickens

Taylor Conrad Brittany.Hamm

Alex Maphis Courtney Neel

Savanna Owens

Annie Braxton

Logan Davis

Sierra Hewett

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2009 Queens Brandy Strickland, Rachel Pelt, Maison Dickson, Christen Howell.
- Contributed photo

Taing a break from shadowing their parents at work are the children of Sneads
High School faculty and staff members, who took part in the school's "Take Your
Child To Work Day" on April 22. - Contributed photo


Bridge Club

The Marianna Duplicate
Bridge Club plays bridge on
Monday afternoons in the
St. Luke's Episcopal
Church Parish Hall.
For the week of April 26,
the winners were as fol-
First place - Kurt
Opferman of Dellwood, and
Douglas Parker of
Second place - Sara
Lewis of Dothan, Ala., and
Armin Kunkler of
Third place - Ida Deal
Knowles of Headland, Ala.,
and Verona Gustafson of
Section C Rank -
Dorothy Baxter and Jane
Sangaree, both of
Marianna, tied with Lib
McRae and Irene Minchew,
both of Marianna.

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County Continued From Page 1A

in that capacity manages the TDC
program under contract with the
county, presented a summary of the
ideas as the county reviews its
tourism plan in relation to the bed
tax fund.
The total cost of hiring and outfit-
ting a full-time tourism manager and
weekend staff comes to an estimated
$108,000 a year, almost half the pro-
jected annual income from the bed
The price tag includes associated
expenses such as benefits, travel
costs, phones, postage and fixed
overhead. It would also include the
$12,000 annual fee now paid to the
Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce for managing the TDC
program funded by the bed tax. The
fee already comes out of bed tax
The TDC suggests hiring some-
one, at a base salary of around
$40,000 and adding benefits for a
total of about $44,000.
Weekend staff for one year, at 16
hours a week, would come to about
$7,000. Costs associated with par-
ticipating in and/or attending trade
shows, along with equipment and
associated travel, would come to
about $8,000. Variable overhead.
like mileage, cell phone and postage
costs would come to about $7,600,
and fixed overhead might cost in the
neighborhood of $29,000.
If the Russ House becomes the
visitors center, part of the $29,000
might go toward rent, since the
chamber owns the building.

County Commissioner Chuck Lockey asks a question during a joint
meeting with the Tourist Development Council Tuesday. - Mark
Skinner / Floridan

However, the particulars are not
set in stone, Kimbrough said. The
suggestions were made as a starting
point for discussions, he said, and
have grown out of many joint ses-
sions like the one held Tuesday.
The bed tax is set at 4 cents on the
dollar and is collected from guests
who stay at local hotels and motels.
It generates an estimated $240,000 a
year, with half set aside for the plan-
ning phase of a possible convention
But that could soon change, based
on other recommendations put forth

by TDC at the same meeting.
With doubts growing as to
whether the convention center is a
practical idea for Jackson County,
the TDC may want to "re-purpose"
the 2. cents being set aside for it.
There is a suggestion to perhaps put
all bed tax revenue into one pool
that would be used to fund a new
strategic plan for the bed tax money.
This is the 10th full year of its
implementation, and by law the
county must review and possibly
adjust course for the next decade.
TDC members acknowledge that

hiring a tourism director will take a
big chunk of the bed tax money, but
they also say that having someone
on the job fdll time would lead to
more tourism here and, in turn,
more bed tax. revenue.
As for making the Russ House the
county's official visitors' center,
Kimbrough acknowledged that
doing so could free bed tax money
to help rent tourism space or, possi-
bly, purchase the building from the
chamber for the TDC. The chamber
might then rent from the TDC.
This, he said, would help solve
the ongoing struggle to maintain the
building and pay insurance, which
now costs $25,000 a year.
The ideas, he stressed, are only
talking points at this stage, and more
discussion is needed before changes
are made.
Some commissioners still aren't
sure they want to abandon the idea
of a convention center just yet. They
may want to look at a scaled-down
version, instead, and keep putting
some money aside in the event that
the economy recovers enough that
grant funds are available for such
SThere is also lingering questions
over whether the county can, as
TDC suggests, re-purpose the
money already accumulated for the
convention center.
It might take a change of county
ordinance or other action. County
Attorney Frank Baker is expected to
report his opinion on the matter at a
future meeting.

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events, year after year, at the
same level. Some TDC
members say the original
idea was to give new events
seed money to help them get
established, and then wean
them off the assistance.
Since 1999, the TDC has
given $866,828 to support
events, about $78,802 a
year. That represents 66.7
percent of what's been col-
lected with the first 2 cents
of the bed tax. Advertising
the county and its attrac-
tions has taken up $216,376,
or 16.7 percent, with an
average of $19,580 a year
spent on that line item.
Capital expenses have
consumed $215,376, or 16.6
percent of the total, since
The TDC wants the coun-
ty to consider a more com-
prehensive set of guidelines
for doling out grants for
events, or perhaps to merge
all the bed tax revenue col-
lected into one fund, for a
common spending plan
geared to increase tourism.
According to Kimbrough,
the TDC wants- to spend
more on advertising the
county, and less on events.
TDC also has a big-ticket
item in its sights - hiring a
full-time tourism manager.

Sign Continued From Page 1A

Staff is requesting the city com-
mission deny the organization's
A staff memo regarding the mat-
ter cites "there does not appear to
be extreme practical or economic
difficulties in carrying out the city
sign ordinance, except for the fact
that the applicants have now paid
for a sign they cannot return."
The memo went on to state that
in the past, all businesses have been
held to the same standard, and pre-
vious such requests have been
During a discussion in last
month's city commission meeting,
Mayor Paul Donofro Jr. and
Commissioner Howard Milton Jr.

agreed that these kinds of requests
should be denied, unless there are
unique circumstances.
"I think the ordinance as a whole
is not overly restrictive, but at the
same time doesn't allow just any-
one to do anything," Donofro said.
However, commissioners James
Wise and John Roberts stated last
month they thought the ordinance
needed to be revisited.
Roberts brought it to the atten-
tion of the commission that there
have been multiple issues with the
current language of the sign ordi-
"I think the current ordinance
needs to be revisited," Roberts said.
"When people can't put up tempo-

rary signs for fundraising events
for cancer victims, or churches
can't advertise their community
events, there is something wrong.
"Not to mention the issue with
downtown's sign restrictions."
Commissioner Wise agreed that
a majority of the ordinance needed
The Marianna Development
Department recommended deny-
ing the church's sign request; the
commission will consider the
departrmnt's recommendation and
then vote next Tuesday.
Two other topics for discussion
at Monday's meeting were regard-
ing major' development orders for
the Jackson County Chamber of

Commerce and Madison Street
Park: City staff recommended
both be approved by the commis-
sion next week.
The chamber of commerce is
requesting permission to construct
a parking lot, to serve a future busi-
ness incubator as well as overflow
parking for chamber events at the
Russ House.
The chamber is proposing to use
grass pavers in the overflow lot, to
reduce the heat island effect. City
staff have agreed to recommend
approval, under the condition that
the applicant keeps up with mainte-
nance of the grass. The memo
regarding the matter states "any
dead or dying grass must be

replaced within 90 days."
The chamber is also looking to
widen the driveway connection
with the street, to allow for better
traffic flow.
The City of Marianna also sub-
mitted an application to construct
the long-discussed local farmer's
market and downtown park, to be
located on the east side of Madison
Street between Lafayette and
Clinton streets.
The farmer's market structure is
approximately 8,496 square feet in
size and will include a stage for
multiple uses. The park will feature
a multi-use trail; shuffleboard
court, horseshoe pit, restrooms and
a large green area.


Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446

Mary Anne
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.
Mary Anne was born
Dec. 20, 1927, in New York,
to Fredrick Lamar Jones
and Bess Miller Jones. She
moved to Booneville, Miss.,
with her mother and
younger brother, at the age
of 2, shortly after her fa-
ther's death.
After graduating from
high school in 1945, she at-
tended Ward Belmont Col-
lege for two years, then
transferred to the Universi-
ty of Alabama, where she
majored in speech therapy.
She was a member of the
Delta Delta Delta sorority
and an avid Alabama foot-
ball fan. It was at the uni-
versity that she met her
husband and love of her
life, Henry B. Burke Jr.
Mary Anne and Henry mar-
ried in July of 1950 and
moved to Henry's
hometown of Marianna,
where Mary Anne quickly
became very active in the
community, sharing her
many gifts and talents in
the Junior Women's Club,
Garden Club, Girl Scouts
and United Methodist
She began her career in
speech therapy in the early
'60s, working in the public
school system as one of the
first speech therapists in
Jackson County. She trav-
eled from school to school,
often setting up her class-
room in a closet or parti-
tioned part of a hallway.
She was later given a "s-
peech mobile," which she
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service many children in
need of speech therapy.
Mary Anne was a very
faithful and active member
of the First United Method-
ist Church in Marianna,
where she served as a
member of the Altar Guild,
UMW and various commit-
tees. She loved working
with the children df the
church, and always found
ways to volunteer to teach
and encourage their spiri-
tual growth.
Mary Anne was very well
respected in the communi-
ty and is remembered by
her many friends as one
who enjoyed traveling,
spending time at the beach
and entertaining in her
home. She dearly loved her
family and her Lord. She
was one who was always
thoughtful and giving and
served others before her-
Mary Anne was
predeceased by her hus-
band of 59 years, Henry B.
Burke Jr.
She is survived by two
sons, Henry B. "Bo" Burke
III, who is married to Jody,
and Robert T. "Bob" Burke,
who is married to Lori,
both of Marianna. She is al-
so survived by two daugh-
ters, Beverly Burke
McCaskill, married to Aus-
tin McCaskill living in Tira-
na, Albania, and Elizabeth
"Bess" Burke Hooks, mar-
ried to Henry Hooks of
Panama City.
Mary Anne and Henry
are grandparents to 13
grandchildren, Henry "Be-
n" Burke IV and wife Kara,
Daniel Burke, Robert
Burke, Philip Burke, Annie
Burke, Crystal Green Mil-
ton, Jonathan Green, Mary
Grace McCaskill Otis and
husband Andrew, Kate
McCaskill Dewey and hus-
band Derek, Ellen
McCaskill, Elizabeth
Hooks, Alison Hooks
Bostwick and husband
Scott, and Michael Hooks;
and three great-
A celebration of life serv-
ice will be held at First
United Methodist Church
in Marianna, 2901 Caledo-
nia St., on Saturday, May 1,
at 10 a.m with Dr. Robert C.
McKibb.on and the Rev.
David Barkalow officiating.
In lieu of flowers, the fam-
ily requests memorials to
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Anne to Covenant Hospice,
4440 Lafayette St., Marian-
na, FL 32446.
The Burke family will re-
ceive friends immediately
following the service in the
Wesley. Center of First
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at

James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446

Carol Y.
Enfinger Day

Carol Y. Enfinger Day
(Flowers), 69, died Tues-
day, April 27, 2010, at her
residence in Cottondale.
Born in Santa Rosa Coun-
ty, she had resided in the
Jackson County area for the
past 20 years. Carol attend-
ed the First Assembly of
God Church of Cottondale.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Warren C. Flowers; and
three sons, Lowell Day,
Ricky Day and Glenn Day.
Survivors include one
daughter, Sherri McBride'
and husband Randy, of
Cottondale; five sons, Ger-
ald McDaniel of
Cottondale, Danny Day
and Donald Day of Pensa-
cola, Bruce Day of Atmore,
Ala., and Richard Day; 16
grandchildren; and 10
The funeral service will
be at noon on Saturday,
May 1, at Maddox Chapel,
Pastor James Lamb officiat-
ing. Interment will be at
First Assembly of God
Cemetery in Cottondale,
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel di-
The family will receive
friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Fri-
day, April 30, at Maddox


James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446

John Wallace

The funeral service for
John Wallace Grant is
Thursday, April 29, at 11
a.m. in the Bascom United
Methodist Church, James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel directing.
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446


The graveside funeral
service for Margie Turnage
is 2 p.m. Thursday, April
29, at Pinecrest Memorial
Gardens, James & Sikes Fu-
neral Home Maddox Chap-
el directing.
The family will receive
friends prior to the service,
noon to 1:30 p.m. Thursday
at James & Sikes Maddox
Peavy Funeral Home
20367 NW Evans Ave.
Blountstown, FL 32424

McCroan Jr

Mr. - Leonard "J.L."
McCroan Jr., 79, of Altha
passed away Tuesday, April
27, 2010, in Dothan, Ala.
Born in Jackson County
on Sept. 26, 1930, J.L. lived
in Calhoun County for
most of his life. He was a
veteran of the Korean Con-
flict, serving in the Air
Mr. McCroan was the di-
rector of the ASCS office in
Blountstown, which served
Calhoun, Liberty and
Franklin counties.
J.L. receive his bachelor's
degree in forestry at the
University of Florida in
Survivors include his
wife of 59 years, Clara

McCroan of Altha; two
sons, Dan McCroan and his
wife Melanie, of Marianna,
and Randy McCroan and
his wife. Treva, of
Blountstown; two daugh-
ters, Gwen Wells and her
husband. Richard, of
Dothan, Ala., and Terry
Soltis and her husband Ed,
of Mt. Pleasant, S.C.; one
brother, Kenneth Roger
McCroan and his wife Ka-
therine, of Montgomery,
Ala.; one sister, Patricia
Ayers and her husband
Gene, of Altha; eight grand-
children; and two great-
The funeral service will
be Friday, April 30, at 10
a.m. in the Altha First Bap-
tist Church in Altha with
the Rev. Jim McIntosh offi-
ciating. Interment will fol-
low in the Mt. Olive Ceme-
tery in Altha.
The family will receive
friends Thursday, April 29,
from 6 to 8 p.m. at Peavy
Funeral Home.
All arrangements are un-
der the direction of Marlon
Peavy at Peavy Funeral
Home in Blountstown.
"It is foolish and wrong
to mourn the men who
died. Rather we should
thank God that such men
lived." - George S. Patton

James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446


Millie Warrington, 94,
mother of Gail Wesson,
went to be with her Lord
on April 28, 2010. She was
being cared for by the won-
derful staff of Covenant
Hospice and Chipola Nurs-
ing Pavilion.
Millie' was preceded in
death by her husband
Louis Bernasconi; son
Louis Bernascon Jr.;
daughter Linda McClain;
and second husband Virgil
Millie is from Eustis in
Lake County, where she re-
sided for more than 50
years. She was born in
Saxton on April 16, 1916,
graduated from Bunnell
High School in 1935, also
lived in Pittsfield, Mass.,
and returned to Eustis in
1947 to make this her

Millie had been a mem-
ber of the First United
Methodist Church in Eusritl
for more than 50 years.'Shl
'was in the senior adult
choir for 22 years, singing
ard bringing much joy to
her Lord and the congrega-
tion. She attended the
Friendship Sunday school
class and was a member of
the United Methodist
She is well known in her
community. She was presi-
dent of the Gardenia Gar-
den Club for nine years,
and also served as presi-
dent of the Lake County
Council of Federation Gar-
den Clubs. She served as
general chairman of 'the
Holly Ball Debutantes for
13 years. She was elected
Orange Queen of Eustis in
1967. She also served as co-
chairman and general
chairman of the Lake
County Flower Show. She
loved her community and
will be missed. She had
such a beautiful smile and
loved everyone.
She is survived by her
daughter, Gail Wesson and
husband Carl Wesson, of
Greenwood; grandsons
Thomas Michael Hobbs
and wife Lesley Hobbs, of
Redmond, Wash., Dr. Jon
Louis Hobbs and wife
DeAnne Hobbs, of Con-
cord, N.C., and Brian
McClain and wife Michelle,
of Florahome; step-
grandson Steve Wesson
and wife Rachel Wesson, of
Arcadia; sister Aileen
Chaffee and husband Duke
Chaffee, of Daytona Beach;
brother William Bray and
wife Kathryn, of Ormond
Beach; great-grandchildren
Conor Hobbs, Ashley
Hobbs, Dani Hobbs and
Brendan Hobbs of Red-
mond, Wash., Madison
Hobbs, William Hobbs and
Julia Hobbs of Concord,
N.C.,' and Steve Wesson Jr.
and Randy Wesson of Arca-
dia. She is also survived by
many grandnieces and
Millie will be taken to
Eustis, where her family
lies, and a memorial serv-
ice will be held for her
In lieu of flowers, the fam-
ily is asking that you make
a memorial contribution in
her name to Covenant
Hospice or to your favorite





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Sneads survives first round to earn

playoff rematch with South Walton


And then there was one.
With Jackson County baseball and soft-
ball teams dropping like flies this postsea-
son, the Sneads Lady Pirates remain the
only county team still playing.
Sneads survived a tough opening round
game of the 2A playoffs Tuesday night,
taking a 3-2 road win over Northview.
The Lady Pirates overcame an early 2-0
deficit by scoring two runs in the fifth, and'
another in the sixth, to go ahead for good.
Northview got both of its runs in the bot-
tom of the first inning.
Ashley Digmon scored the first run, with
an RBI double by Kolbi Cobb scoring
Misty Doran for the second run.
The Lady Pirates finally broke through in
the fifth -inning, as a single by Cambridge
Chason and an error on a ground ball by
Jonie Bonine put two on with no outs.
After a passed ball moved the runners
over, Kayla Kelly hit a ground ball to third,
but Chason was thrown out at the plate for
the first out.
Karissa Childs cleaned up the mess with
a two-run triple down the left field line to
tie the game at 2-2:
Childs tried to put her team in front later
in the inning, tagging up on a fly ball by

"That was a pretty good
team...That was one of the
best games we've played all
-Kelvin Johnson,
Sneads coach

Aleisha Edenfield, but she was thrown out
at the plate to end the inning.
In the sixth inning, it was a two-out rally
that put the Lady Pirates in front.
Ashlen Wilson walked, moved to second
on a passed ball, then scored on an RBI sin-
gle through the middle by Jolie Johnson.
Childs started in the circle for Sneads
and picked up the win, going the distance
and surrendering just six hits, no walks and
striking out three.
"She pitched well," Sneads coach Kelvin
Johnson said of his ace. "They got the two
runs on some errors in the first, but after
that, Karissa just pretty much mowed them
down for the rest of the game."
Doran started and took the loss for
The win sets up a rematch with district
See SNEADS, Page 6A >

Sneads' Cambridge Chason catches a ball at first base during a district champi-
onship game against South Walton on Friday in Blountstown. Sneads defeated
Northview 3-2 in thd first round of the playoff Tuesday. - Mark Skinner/Floridan

Rossman, Florida High oust Lady Bulldogs 1-0 Grand Ridge

Marianna's Lindsey Basford hits a pitch during a
game earlier this season at Marianna High
School. The Lady Bulldogs were knocked out of the
3A state playoffs on Tuesday night with a 1-0 loss
at the hands of Florida High. Marianna finished the
season 22-5. -Floridan File Photo

Florida High ace Taylor Rossman
pitched a two-hit shutout Tuesday night
in Tallahassee to lead the Lady
Seminoles to a 1-0 win over Marianna
in the first round of the 3A playoffs.
Summer Lewis' RBI double to score
Addie Dozier in the second inning pro-
vided all the offense Florida High need-
ed for its junior pitcher.
Rossman struck out 14 and walked
one, allowing just a double by Cayce
Griffin and a single by Jennifer Cramer.
Lady Bulldogs ace Hali Stout was
nearly as good as her pitching counter-
part, giving up just five hits and no
walks in six innings.
But Rossman was untouchable, for
most of the night, retiring Marianna in
order in the first three innings.
The Lady Bulldogs finally got a
baserunner on Griffin's one-out double
in the fourth.
However, Rossman struck out
Mallory Dean, and got Stout to ground
out to first to end the inning.
Cramer had a one-out single in the
sixth inning, then Allison Hutton sacri-
ficed her into scoring position.
But after an intentional walk to
Griffin, Rossman struck out Dean again
to end the threat.
Rossman retired the side in order in
the seventh, striking out Lindsey
Basford and Whitney Lipford to end the
Marianna coach Tasha Braddy said her
players gave a great effort, but they were
simply unable to generate enough

"It's a tough loss, but we
ended with a good season.
I'm proud of the girls."
-Tasha Braddy,
Marianna coach

"We played very good defense, we
were just not aggressive enough at the
plate," the coach said. "It's a tough loss,
but we ended with a good season. I'm
proud of the girls. We weren't ready to
give up and quit."
Braddy credited the Lady Seminoles
and their star pitcher for their perform-
"I've got to give it to Florida High.
They're a very well-rounded team," she
said. "They had an ace of a pitcher, and
she threw the ball very well. I can't say
enough for Florida High.
"I'm proud of how the girls played.
We gave them a good game, but we were
just unable to get the runs in."
That's been an issue this season for the
Lady Bulldogs, who were also shut out
in the district championship loss to
Chipley. /
"What we need to continue to work on
is hitting. I've said from day one that's
been our weakest area," Braddy said.
"We've just got to work on it and con-
tinue to get better at it. Hopefully, it will
be our turn next year."
The Lady Bulldogs return every
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Bulldogs downed by Tornadoes 19-2 in district tourney

The Marianna Bulldogs base-
ball team ended their season
Tuesday night in Pensacola
when they were shellacked by
the Bay High Tornados 19-2 in
the district tournament semifi-
Errors and a sluggish offense
led to their demise.
Marianna's ace Alex Bigale
took the mound for the Bulldogs
and was saddled with the loss.
The Bulldogs had the first at-
bat and a lead-off Austin Branch
got things started, but he was
doubled up on a popup to third.
In. the bottom of the first
inning, Bigale worked around a
pair of singles to get out of the
inning with no runs scoring.
A one-out walk to Bigale in
the second inning was the only
offense Marianna could produce.
Five runs were plated in the
bottom of the second inning,
with only three being earned.
A walk was followed by a
ground out to first. A second
walk followed to put runners at
first and second with one scoring
on a single by the No. 7 hitter.
A sacrifice moved the runner
to third, with a double scoring
the second run of the inning.
Following a dropped ball in
foul territory, a rocket was
launched over the left field fence

to clear the bases.
A double was erased with no
damage when the final batter
was out on a ball to right field.
Marianna was retired in order
in the top of the third inning.
Bigale recorded two quick
outs in the bottom of the frame
before a dropped fly ball kept the'
inning alive.
A hit and another error gave
new life to the Tornados.
With six unearned runs scor-
ing in the inning, Zack Smith
was brought on in relief.
A pair of walks was followed
by a three-rdn double to give teh
Tornadoes an 11-0 lead.
Marianna's only scores came
in the top of the fourth inning.
Colby Johnson led off with a
solo home run to left field.
Smith followed with a walk,
O'Hearn singled, and Chris
Godwin followed with another
walk to set up an RBI single by
Jaren Bannerman.
Bay capped off their night
with a six-run fourth, once again
with two outs on the board.
A walk to the lead-off batter
was followed by a pair of singles
with one run scoring.
A walk loaded the bases for an
RBI single, then freshman Brad
Middleton was brought on to
close out the inning.
A. grand slam on'a 2-0 count
cleared the bases.
With one out in the fifth,

Marianna's Austin Branch gets ready to make a throw during a
game earlier this season. The Bulldogs were eliminated from post-
season play by the Bay High Tornadoes, who topped Marianna
19-2 in the district tournament semifinals in Pensacola. -
Floridan File Photo
Rooks reached on an error at with a 17-10 record , including
third, and Johnson followed with 5-5 in district.
a walk. Both runners were left After a 13-0 defeat of Chipley,
stranded when the next two bat- Pensacola and Bay will play for
ters were out. the district championship
Marianna finished its season tonight.

takes 13-1 win

over Fast Lane
The Grand Ridge Pink
Punishers took a 13-1 victory
over Fast Lane Computers on
Monday night in Grand Ridge.
Ashlyn Goodson started in the
circle for Grand Ridge and got
the victory, striking out nine bat-
ters and walking just three in four
Fast Lane Computers got on
the board first, with a run in the
top of the first inning.
But Goodson made sure there
was no further damage, by strik-
ing out the side.
After Grand Ridge was unable
to take advantage of a pair of
baserunners in the bottom of the
first, Goodson went back out in
the second and struck out two
more batters.
The, Punishers finally got the
offense going in the bottom of the
second, taking advantage of a
bevy of walks to push six runs
across the plate.
Grand Ridge continued to add
more runs in the third inning,
thanks to hits by Madison O'Pry,
MacKenzie Durden, and
After Goodson retired the side
in order in the top of the fourth,
the Grand Ridge offense went
back to work.
Lisa Johnson walked, and
scored on a hit by Marley
Jackson. Following a hit by
Kirsten Varn, Goodson's RBI sin-
gle provided the final run, with
the game ending due to the time

Grand Ridge tops

Jackson Grain
Grand Ridge 1 defeated
Jackson Grain 7-2 on Friday
night in Dixie Boys action at
Optimist Park.
Hunter Jordan started on the
mound for Grand Ridge and went
three innings to pick up the win,
allowing two runs on four hits,
three walks, and eight strikeouts.
Dillon Bennett finished up for
Grand Ridge by striking out three-
of the four batters he faced,
allowing no hits or runs.
.Madison Harrell started and
took the loss for Jackson Grain,
allowing seven runs on two hits,
six walks, and seven strikeouts in
four innings.
Grand Ridge got on the board
first with an RBI groundout by
Kade Hall to score Josh Taylor in
the top of the first inning.
Jackson Grain answered in the
bottom of the third with a two-
RBI single by Tyler Colson.
See GRAND RIDGE, Page 6A >

Tigers lose late
lead in loss to


6A Thursday, April 29, 2010 * Jackson County Floridan


Tigers lose late lead in loss to Munroe

Chipola Softball
The Chipola Lady
Indians will begin play in
the FCCAA Gulf District
Tournament on Friday in
Auburndale against
South Florida at 2 p.m.
Win or lose, they'll
play again Friday at 7
p.m. The tournament will
run through Sunday.

High School Softball
The Sneads Lady
Pirates will head to Santa
Rosa Beach on Friday
night to take on the
South Walton Lady
Seahawks in the regional
semifinals of the 2A state
softball playoffs.
South Walton defeated
Sneads 1-0 in 10 innings
in the district champi-
onship game, and leads
the season series 2-1.
The game starts at 7 p.m.

Golf Tournament
The 2010 Panhandle
Seminole Club's Annual
Scholarship Golf
Tournament will be held
Friday at the Indian
Springs Golf Club in
This tournament,
along with another fund-
raiser, has helped pro-
vide $20,000 over the
past five years to deserv-
ing local students and
help further their educa-
tion. Registration and
warm-up will begin at 12
p.m. with the shotgun
start at 1 p.m. for'this
four-man scramble
event. Cash prizes will
be awarded to the first,
second, and third place
teams. Additional prizes
will be given fof longest
drive, straightest drive,
closest to the pin, and so
on. The greens fee is
For more information,
contact: Roy Baker at
850-526-4005 or 209-
1326, George Sweeney
at 850-482-5526, or
Indian Springs Golf
Club/Charlene Beebe at

Chipola Gator Club
The Chipola Area
Gator Club will hold its
annual gathering on May
4 at the Jacksbn County
Agriculture Center on
Hwy 90.
The guest speaker will
be Justin Fray, an assis-
tant coach for the Florida
Gators football team who
worked with the offen-
sive 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. and will consist
of smoked steaks, baked
potato, tossed salad, tea,
and cake. The cost is $15
per person.
For reservations, call
Charlie Brown at 482-
8930 or Phillip Clikas at
482-7209 by May 2..

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

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starter frorI this year's team
except for Hutton, the start-
ing right fielder."
A big season could be in
store for Marianna in 2011,
but it won't dull the disap-
pointment of Tuesday's
"I hate that it ended this
way. We had high hopes,
but it does give us some-
thing to look forward to
next year," Braddy said.
"Allison will be a big loss
for us offensively and
defensively. She will be

greatly missed.
"'But next year could be
Really good for us if we
stick together and play to
our abilities. We've just got
to continue to get better. We
can't stay at the level we're
at. We have to get better."
Marianna lost its final
two games to finish the sea-
son 22-5. Braddy said her
team ended up going as far
as it should've gone.
"It's hard to take a loss 1-
0, but you can take a loss if
the other team deserved to
win," she said. "We got beat
by a team that was really
good and deserved to win."


A 5-0 lead in the fifth inning
with junior ace Derek Orshall on
the mound usually means a com-
fortable Malone victory.
However, the Munroe Bobcats
defied such logic Tuesday night in
Tallahassee, rallying to defeat the
Tigers 8-6 in the district tourna-
ment semifinals.
Munroe scored five runs in the
bottom of the fifth to tie the game,
then added two more in the sixth
to go ahead for good.
The win advanced the Bobcats
to Thursday night's district cham-
pionship game against John Paul.
Malone's season came to an end
with a final record of 14-10.
Astonishingly, Munroe did not
get a single hit in its five-run fifth-
inning rally.
Three walks by Orshall loaded,
the bases with one out; another
walk brought in the first Bobcats
run. A costly Malone error then
cleared the bases for Munroe to'
cut the lead to just one, at 5-4.
A safety squeeze brought anoth-
er run to the plate to tie the game.
Nick Breeden was finally
brought on in relief to record the
third out, but the damage had
already been done.
Two more Malone errors in the
sixth inning allowed the Bobcats

But the lead would be short-
lived, as Grand Ridge responded
with a six-run fourth.
Jonathan Sikes led off the
inning with a single 'and stole
third base. Jordan walked, then
Hall reached on an error that
allowed two runs to score for a 3-
2 Gtan dRidge lead.
Two batters later, another two-
run error puslid the Grand Ridge
advantage to 5-2. A two-RBI sin-
gle by Gage Bachelier rounded
out the scoring for Grand RiTige.
After a walk to Walker Roberts
in the bottom of the fourth,
Jordan was pulled in favor of
Bennett, who then hit Jonathan
Mayes, who went to second on a
double steal.
But Bennett struck out Matt
Pervis, Austin Nelson, and Devin
Combs to end the game.

"You've got to give a lot
of credit to Munroe.
They battled and came
back and won it."

-Max Harkrider,
Malone coach

to take an 8-5 lead.
The Tigers scored a run in the
top of the seventh, when Jeffrey
Pittman singled and scored on a
passed ball.
"Losses like this are tough,"
Malone coach Max Harkrider said.
"But I'm proud of my guys. They
fought them, we knocked their No.
1 guy out, we battled him. We
played hard. They did everything I
could ask them to do, we just
couldn't hold it. You've got to give
a'lot of credit to Munroe. They're
a good team. They battled and
came back and won it."
Harkrider praised his departing
seniors for their contributions to
the program.
"I'm very proud of these sen-
iors," the coach said. "Pittman,
Blake (Henson), and Will
(Dunaway) have given a lot to this
program. We're going to miss
them all a lot."

Malone's Derek Orshall gets ready to make a throw, from first base
during a game earlier this season. The Tigers were defeated by
Munroe 8-6 on Tuesday night in the district tournament semifinals in
Tallahassee. - Floridan File Photo

Continued From Page 5A

rival South Walton, which defeated Sneads 1-0 in
10 innings on Friday night in Blountstown.
While the Lady Seahawks proved to be his team's
biggest nemesis during the season, the Sneads
coach said Tuesday's test was as stiff as his team
has faced.
"That was a pretty good team," Johnson said.
"They were 24-3 and they hadn't lost a district
game all year. That was one of best games we've
played all year."
Johnson said the pitching and defense of
Northview were among the best his team has faced
this year.
. "(Doran) threw it pretty hard. She was up there
about 60 (miles per hour)," the coach said. "But she
didn't mix up pitches as well as (South Walton ace
Shelby Watson). We had some nice shots, but that's
the best defensive team we played all year. They
made a couple catches that would've been doubles
and triples against someone else. I thought they
were very sharp."
Friday's game against South Walton will be in
Santa Rosa Beach at 7 p.m.

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TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -
Profit from your past mistakes
and do something about them by
making a new start with a rela-
tionship that hasn't been going
too well for you. Things can be
patched up with a new beginning.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -
Your creative juices are running
strong, so if there is anything that
needs sprucing up, now is the
time to put your flourishing ideas
to work.
CANCER (June 21-July 22)-
If there is a specific objective
you'd like to achieve, now is the
perfect time to determine the
course of action you need to take.
Design a plan that would accom-
plish the job for you.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22)- Take
advantage of an opportunity
being presented to you today that
could mean financial gain when
implemented properly. If success-
ful, it'll put you on a much firmer,
more solvent foundation.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)-
Today's events could help you
disengage from an unproductive
arrangement you've wanted to get
out of without regrets. The old fin-
ish line will be your new starting
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23)-
Let your nobler instincts prevail,
and you will be able to find a more
compassionate approach for
resolving a touchy financial situa-
tion that has been plaguing you
and your family.
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It should no longer be necessary
for you to delay working on an
endeavor you've been anxious to
launch. Conditions might still not
be optimum, but they'll be good
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need a little pressure placed on
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objectives as-high as you dare.
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to you.
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Encourage her to get involved

Dear Annie: My wife's 84-year-old mother is, h
lives with us. My wife's cousin, "Erma," lives er-ir
two hours away and occasionally sends letters shoi
and newspaper clippings to Mom to keep her D
updated on happenings in the old hometown. my
Erma is also very punctual with cards on spe-, nev
cial occasions. Mom reciprocates by calling bect
her often and sending cards of her own. T
Recently, Mom lost her only sibling. Two our
weeks after the funeral, Erma celebrated her inch
birthday. Mom sent a birthday card, but it was kno1
a week late. My wife, admittedly time
not a card person, called Erma to
wish her a happy birthday and
left a message inviting her to our
home for dinner. There was no
A few days.later, a letter
arrived from Erma, saying she
was very hurt not to. receive a
birthday card on time. My wife s
tried to explain that no one for-
got her birthday, but circum-
stances were difficult and an effort was
made to celebrate it later. Erma responded
that she "doesn't believe in late birthday
cards," and that even though she is busy,
she always finds time to write to Mom. cl
Isn't this a petty and childish way to treat
an 84-year-old who just lost a family member? ever
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someone else's shoes. She thinks her prompt you
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result, expects others to put her first, regardless
of their circumstances. She can't help who she C

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going. Why leave? It is time to knuckle down and make the best
of the situation. In this deal, you sail into four spades. West
leads the diamond ace: six, jack, two. West cashes the diamond
king: seven, five, eight. Then, after West gives his partner a dia-
mond ruff, East shifts to a club. You try your queen, but West
covers with the king. You capture the trick with dummy's ace
and take a spade finesse. It wins, which is good, but West dis-
cards a club, which is bad. What would you do now?
North redoubled to show 10-plus points with fewer than four
spades. Then, when West ran to two clubs, North rebid two
spades, promising exactly three-card support and 10-12 sup-
port points. Your jump to game was aggressive, but you hoped
that knowing the location of most of the missing high cards -
in the West hand - would help your declarer play.
You need to take two more spade finesses, then to get back
to the dummy to cash the diamond 10, on which you will dis-
card your club loser. What must those three dummy entries be?
Right - all three heart honors. This means that at trick six, you
must bravely lead a low heart and finesse dummy's 10.
When.that works, play a spade to your jack, lead a heart to
dummy's queen, take the third spade finesse, cash your spade
ace to squash East's king, cross to the heart ace, and pitch your
club four on the diamond 10. You take five spades, three hearts,
one diamond and one club.
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however, so please let your wife and moth-
n-law handle her as they choose. You
uld stay out of it.
lear Annie: I'm a 14-year-old girl, and in
group of friends, there is one girl who
er talks. "Nicole" sits at our lunch table
cause she has nowhere else to go.
he problem is, when we don't invite her to
outings, she starts to cry. We don't like
uding her because she's no fun. I don't
w what to do. We've confronted her many
:s and suggested many solutions, but she
always uses the excuse that she's shy,
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school counselor or a favorite
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SNicqle. She obviously has
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clue how to behave in a more
acceptable manner. She may also
have some problems of which
Syou are unaware. Then encour-
age her to get involved in
school activities in which she
S might have an interest or tal-
ent, including athletics, band,
hess club or the school paper.
You do not have to include Nicole in
thing, but please try to teach her how to
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announcements employment real estate BoatsBoats Campers/Travel Motor Homes/RVs RVAccessories - -WheelDrive Automobiles
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Concord Coachman TOW DOLLY FORD -'96 F150
'05 Motor Home. 23' Heavy duty one, Green, 5 speed, 6cyl, r
SH long 2700mi, Take steerable 234K miles, 70K on
over payments.850- $800. OBO trans, engine runs
S593-5103 334-701-4243 OK, body damage, '05 Bi-color VW Bee-
$695 OBO Iv msg tie. Like new, low
cCareerSeeler *seacraft. ' 20ft Cruise Master LE, '05, RVs/Campers 33405)00. Call 334685
Ba or 8 Center Console, boat, 36ft workhorse chas- Wantedr Honda '91 Accord 3057
General Notices Purch. new in '07 motor & trailer, 95 COACHMEN '00 sis 8.1 gas engine, Runs but needs work | 3057
HealthCare v6, 190HarP inbos/Land/Timberrd 225HP Johnson Mtr, Prospera 5th WH, 22k mi., no smk, 7kw Asking $600 BUY M E!
Real Estatefor Sale engine.ports seating Dual Axle Tr. w/ 36.5', washer/dryer, gen. 3 sl, SAT, 2 TV, 2 COACHMAN 98' Class 334-790-2669
Liein are ext. swim platform.- brakes,wh., runs 6500 Onon Gen. A/C, auto leveling, R C Motorhome, 30'
I Live-in Caregivcol less than 60 hrs. on well, very clean, $17,500: Husky 25 K' cam. Roadmaster low mileage; excel- JEEP 1949 CJ2A
free e. NoPe Room ouston Co. enge $1800 Great cond.$5,900. Hitch $750 334-855- tow/brake system, lent condition. 334- WILLYS JEEP. OFF
& Board+ Salary. 4+ac. planted 3346997070 334-791-4891. 1241 '05 Jeep Wrangler 792-5333/618-1726 ROAD USE ONLY. 35"
Call 850-482-5631 lines, deer,turkey CROWNLINE'07, 210 Columbia, AL Unlimited, 41k mi,SAMPER GGER
or 850-557-7332 w/rd. frontage.N. Bowrider w/wake SeadoRXP '05, Jet r, 6 . 5k O ALUM RIMS.
Webb. 792-0171 board tower.350mag Ski. 60 hrs. very - w/'jeep. 60k wathou HUNT'N OR MUD
$28 00 k |cover5ma5 cr50-. o tion. GREEN exterio r,
r Insuote 300hp, ikesne w, 18 eSra. hiT6 iacVet &B con .. selling due to- tion.GREENvexterior,
eor Goo B 5,1 $28,000. 334-470-8454 cover iacl. $550 850 .. health. 850.352-2810 M p BLACK in terror,
Crownline 07' 240LS 2-44A $5.000 Headland
CuGoing Out of Bui Repstfomer Serviance /2 on acre 350 mag, 300HP, milt Strats '99 273 Fleetwd. Bar 07' 3 (334) 441-5580 1.8 turbo w/many
ness. Must Sell Ev- Agency. FT, 1-2' 2993 Old U. S Rd cond. 20 hrs. warr. till Intimidator. 17ft bass Fifthwhee '90 King sid, loaded CH. A Conquest 05' 29ftg new parts. Runs
erything! 3192 sq. ft years exp. good Mar.garage, 2 walk- 2013, see at H20 Johnson 150HP, Of The Road. Very fbp wk. horse, 8.1 sleeps 8, lots ofex- Aviation 34-790-1559 before 8
Bldg. Restaurant, Of- computer skills in-closets, porches, Sports 334-699-7433. $6500. 334-596-1694 Clean.Good Cond. 1 gas, 5,900 m. $100k tras, 11K mi. take 334-790-1559 before 8
fice Equipment, ReplyOto Blind Box 4f' well, $119,500 Fisher'01 Hawk 18 Supra '90 TS6M Slide. 31d Long. $6K In 080 334-898-1201 over payments 334- pm
Shed, Furnishings, 967 c/ JC Floridan 850-482-5334 foot, Class 2, with comp, ski/wake brd, Ashford 812-599-3017 798-4462 Warranty 1974 Chevrolet
'-Decor, "Goofy Collec- PO Box 520, 115 Mercury outs great shape. 520 hrs, Monoco Knight '06, Camaro LT350 V8
tion". May 7th, 8th & Marianna, FL. 32447 Waterfront board motor with 6700 OBO 334-796- FLEETWOOD'05 Save $25K or more REDUCED Montana 4sp, factory ac, re-
9th- 10:00 A.M @ Property for Sale trailer, 2 fish finders, 3424. REDUCED! Prowler AX6, 5th wh, Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 '05 5th Wheel, 4 station project.
2849 S. Madison St Propertyor trolling motor, ac- e . iking Airboat 14 ft. r eooo redshome
trollingMa disonS. , 36mt, 4 slides, large mi, manyupgrades slides, king bed, 80% complete. NADA
Marianna, FL 32448- I cess adder, Bemini, n m Ailw/ar H shower, 30/50AMP. $159,700. 850-866-s c con 28,000 $12000., needs home
861fi. $34,00000 334-695- 2774 850-547-2808 asking $9,500. 334-
Cash Only! (850)899- residential nt Waterfront property AM/FM radio, on ycomb engine w. $34,000 334-695- 2774 Moon47 1962 M20C 6 93-5454
8601 on Crystal Lake. For board charge, cover, trailer. $15,000.334- 4 , 33oo4-67-neta T1962 M C nin 93-5454 info call 850-258-8684 very well keptJnder 685-3208 Phaeton, 07' 40ft. 4 t piTfta n Airframe 1949 IR 2003 Toyota Camry
vaie 850-482-8425 shelter. $14,000. 334- 'Fo5dn9 camp se s, ta Airframe1949FR XLE3V amr
vares 850-482-8425 shelter. $14,000. 334- 6 -30Fourwinds '94 camp slide-outs, 15K mi. CERT. Excellent XLE V-6, 75Kmiles. All
685-7319 Watkins '79 27 ft. er, 24 foot perfect 350 CAT diesel, ptrouble-free flying. AM/FM css.u CD,
S10' beam "draft, action, kept under Allison 6sp. 7.5 diesel 334-347-5480 M ca.
Lost malll amlif B homes F'sher 07' 1600 Alu- 3500 ballace, 8HP shelter. $5995 CASH. gen. 4 r. frig w/ Disc Changer, Red.
minum Bass Boat 40 Yanmor. $8,500.4- 3 334-794-4954 icemaker, W/D in Asking $10,000. Call
LOST: Aircraft log Apa l Mercury 4 stroke, 897-2167/733-0020 - 4 motion satellite dish, Auto Engines/ 334-796-1513 or 334-
books: forAikorsk Apanments - Glow hours, loaded, rear & side cameras, Parts/Misc. 693-2099 ask for
-39 N- 50V. Furnne hd like new, $7,900.334- ampers/Travel Gulf Stream 2006 Home theater sys. Caeer has ue
Cavalier 32 ft "Park Leather euro recliner, a 2004 Blue RX8
REWA603-781 2 or Edg ,dAp BR RGaDt Weld Trailers Model" travel trailer desk, King bed, Original 1965 Mu4 RX,
603-7815432 or Edge dtQueen bed in front, Brake-Buddy for tow tang car parts for 4 doors, moon roof,
Airport Manager duple apt. Free alum. boat 40h bunk beds in rear. ar. Garage stred. 4 Wheel Drive sle.334-393-9669 custom rims, new
@ Marianna cable/laundry/H20/ Tohatsu molor. trol- . tires, 55k miles, great
M 0i4I- r8-l 5g. /'c .wage 850i lpt. a, heat. Very clean. Many otner options. Cond.,wonderful car,
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850-482-2281 592-4793. MobileHomes/ igr .ii 3 -0new gar. kept. $4.500. OBO 10.-n0-ord.,won9e-fua60.000.r,
Lotsfor Reht 3334.300. 122 334 00.7973617A kI ST �881 obilesMisc. asking $11,000. Call
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Personals parent Spacious RV ot avai. velin 8 7' Ba Mallard 0630, fully Point ive Damon 03 Amrican Sr 36' Mercedes82'380SL
S Unfurnishedc ash incl. Boat Dual Con.ole self contained. super Daybreak '05 32' 5th Wheel: 2 slides/2 93K mi. H/S tops CADILLAC '06 DTS
A happy young (inh20/elec/tratsh il. 5 HP Johnson. 2007 34 f. t slide. $9,000. 334- Motorhome 15,50Mi. Bdrms. large water, chalk brown Exc. cond., leather
S30 apt for rent in av. 5 m's. of RCC rage Kept $5900 COPPERCANYON BY 687-4503 Has 12' slide-out,tow sewer&gastanks, PWRS/B, windows, seats, 4dr, beige int.
couple seeks to Marianna. Call for off 231.334-718-7576 334-596-1694 KEYSTONE 2St. pckg 5.5 KW Gen. quad batteries. ant. auto, AC, up-" fully loaded. $12,900.
adopt. Will be full details 850-209-8759 bright & space , lg. lvg. Fully loaded xtra $20,000 OBO. graded sound system, 334-701-1836
ot. W be o deals 8aveli 99 19'Rene- area, b uit in cab - clean asking $45K (850)579-5183 car cover & topstor-
teiomes MU a88I __ 3age rack, clean, well
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Secur ty/Expenses neighborhood.topcover,exc cond, radio & DVD, RU 0Ac d1 re-
Security/Expenses neighborhood garage.kept 175hp w/surround sound REDUCED 03 Amer& cords. $14.200. 334-
- 850-4825134 3280 4+i$38500 9500 334-726-5909 Ig. Bd/rm, king bed can tWarh ' th s cenicu user 3 .
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WELCOME HOME must see. Was $100K ProCraft 95'20 ft. ets built in chest Bdrms, large water, immaculate cond. MERCEDES '97 E320,
merchandise WILLOWBEND new. 2006 Model Call Tournament Bass dres, priv bath sewer & gas tanks, loaded w, options s117K actual miles,
APARTMENTS Brad 850-763-7780 Boat 95 Johnson 115 wstol shower& $17,000 OBO. must see!! comes Silver/Beige excel- Cadiac'99 DeVille
850-593-5137 3 Sin ides st T&T drive on trailer sink dnetes, super (850)579-5183 with '07 Jeep. Dothan lent condition $7,000 White, A must See!
Have 1&2BR Apts. 3Singlewdes start loaded $5,500. 334- nice 29,500.334-85- $58,500 33803-3397 334-687-3189 New tires, 78K miles
Rent starting at $481. ing at $13,900; 16X80 797-8232 46 r 334-792-0010 Sabre by Palamino -$6,100.00
This Institution is an with Fireplace 4906 or 334-792-0010 Sabre by Palamino
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Provider and 850-763-7780 Montego Bay, 4 many extras, clean, 7293 miles 4KW Onan call Mike (334)791- V6, loaded, $200
Employer TDD#711 slides & DodeRam sacrifice @ $29k 850- Gen.very clean 0318. $24,500 obo. has itllI down, $249/mo. Call
SreCeation 7dual 3500wDeelc 593-5675 $31,000 334-687-9663 like new, 1 slide Ron Ellis 714-0028.
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forSaleh Rentboat 6Catalina 334-655-1100.
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BF Goodrich Tires 3 2 Ba. :h Hc use ir r - less than 250. Roller -
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onSie alum5 R17 details 850-209-8759 cond Docked a . Snug
wheels. 8 Lug. 3/3 Fully Furnished ATVs Haror lip B-6. 334-
off 3/4 ton Chevy On Gulf w/2 car gar. Carriage Cameo '05
$950.00 Enjoy the Sand in 4 Wheeler 06 Yamaha Wellcraft 88' 23 ft. 32ft. 3-slides, 2-A/C,
(334) 798-0674 PCB! 334-790-2115 Raptor 700- w/Xtras Center counsel,225 5.5 K Generator,
Low hours. Very Johnson outboard. loaded, no smoke, no Av-- L pU "o r n E vin D ra n e o dtaK Rs
IHouses Unfurnished good cond. (334) 791- $4500. in electronics. pets, Exc. Cond.
pets & animals 8191 4000 OBO Sale $7,000. 334-235- $34,900. 334-714-4001 10' Ficus Tree- in Pot Baby high chair w/ Emerson Lg entertainment Solid Oak coffee ta-

rm 450/mo 850- Honda '91 300 08 334-718-8848 12" compound ter 592-8769 - stored $12 (850)592- 5702/272-7129 $300 (850)592-2507
Free Pets Policy 482-6600 4-Wheeler 4X4 $50 850-663- Cassett deck w/auto 2507 W -Maggie Sottero SOLID OAK DRESSER-
ing, ing hom An ad area, nearly new 2 BR or trade for botor Cottondae Village Apartments control. $2 569- $ 0-5 $200850-209-5786e 300
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response from individuals 850-526-8367 Kawasaki KX80 Dirt Accepting applications for 1,2 & 3 BR 16" Roper Sadie $350 cea logs, aled Frigidaie st h anie peform- SOUD OAK KING-
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spendents carefully when sets $75 / $250 house $100 080 LARGE $30 (850)592- CHAISE- Chair Brown Square Dance
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$375850- 579- 7hp motor trolling 3070 Carters Mill Road 663-nd. 2000 9850/528-9029 reverse & remote 6296/482-3853 (850)592-2507 WERS
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and weaned. $300 to $500&up H20/garb/ Graceille office. Monday thru Friday, works, needs paint. 850)272-5259850-272-8967 850-482-3390 tan & navy plaid,
$350 sewer icl. http:// 5:00 pm to 11:00 pm, will work every 3rd 50 850-573-/271 Craftsman- commer5- Porcelain light clean $20/ea 850-
(334)774-2700 www.charloscountr * weekend and some holidays. Good clerical cial grade 10" table Infant swing, new trimed in gold $100 526-3426
Free Kitns to g 0-8- end computer skills'necessary. 6 ft Slmline Christ- saw with stand $500 cond. $25850-526- 850-605-6239 Tricycle- Radio Flyer
Free Kittens to good 4868/209-8847 anaCrft Send Resume to West Florida Electric mas tree $25 850- (850)663-8811 3426 Primitive kitchen Deluxe Steer & Stroll
home. 850-526-5949 i& 3 BR MH's in M- F r 6 ass Cooerati, ATTN: Pronnel 593-5702/272-7129i c DK BROWN KITCHEN- inny Lind Crib, in huch, white 15 $o ( r0)82-434

liter trained kittens. (850)209-8595. W r 32440, 850-263-3231. DRUG FREE WOK - nt A BLE Fdg sides box, w/new mattress 850-526-3426n headboard, lite
850-482- 880/80- 579- 70h motor, trol PLACE & EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER 850-663-9850/258- (850 2-2507 $75 850-526-3426 Prom Dresses- Two pine wood, $20 850-
303-9727 2 3BR MH carpet, 2 swivel/ 9029, chen cu board blue prom dresses 573-6296/482-3853
ee Grnwd ,$400t$o 435in me, telescoping fishing BILLY BARNES ENTERPRISES, INC Audiovox Cruise frame. Excellent con- standing; $70 850)663-8811 whirlpool fridge-
liter traind&3tEn BRancar e8 anchors, trailer & 850-482-5358, TDD/TTY 711 2 Rocker/recliners, Conair Foot Spa- Like O ak. $95.i cker

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303-9727 3/2 MH, CH/A, $2,300. Call 464-8514 **EXCELLENT PAY/BENEFITS $75 850-569-2194 Dressing Bench- Like arere d to chnoosevrsom Whirlpool- super ca-
| Dogs 1 Water/garbage/lawn 2000 Bayliner Trophy *HOME MOST WEEKENDS Baby changing table New, Padded Cush- career $40 850-482-
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an850-592-8129 2352FV, 25' class 2, EUIREMT 482-33909 . Queen hide-a-bed, 526-3426
Border Collie pups On5L Mercruiser, EEIscor T AREME RT saC her 5 station WEddie Bauer Car Seat Larg wrought iron t ke new mtres, Woodburning 4 burt
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Automobiles Automobiles Automobies Motorcycles e Motorcycles sportUtility Vehicles TrcksHeavyDuty LegalNotices I [ Legal e
forSale j forSale for Sale c J y cles
HONDA '06 Shadow, BUY M E! TOYOTA '06 Four NOTICE OF LF14939
Chevy'03 Cavilier HYUNDAI '08 Accent Volkswagen '06 Bee Candy Apple Red, 2.8 RunnermS , 2wte IN THE CIRCUIT
wrecked $350.Good Excellent condition tie auto, diesel, 42K miles, LIKE NEW, 59,700 miles, white, IN THE CIRCUIT
drive train NOT 35 MPG 18600 miles, miles, 40MPG, load- $5,300 229-334-8520 YAMAHA '06 excellent cond. Notice is hereby giv- COURT OF THE
drive train, NOT 35 MPG, 18600 miles, miles, 40MPG, load- 96-8171 $18,000.334-7q6-3130 en that pursuant to a FOURTEENTH
DRIVABLE 334-677- 5-spd transmission, ed. $16,000. 334-897- 229-296-8171 Roadstar 1700cc, $18000. 334-796-3130 Final Judgmersuant en-to a FOURTEENTHDICIACIRCUIT
7748 $9500 (334)522-3803 2497 or 334-672-1655 Honda 88' Mana Black, Motorcycle. Toyota '07 FJ Cruiser, tered in the above IN AND FOR JACKSON
- V 0 Salsa red Harley Davidson Runs Good, $250. 5000 miles. Vance excellent condition, CHEVY'91Ton 12ft entitled cause in the COUNTY, FLORIDA
S"I L,,T,-l.,-ad1. I Beetle Bug Fatboy, Exc condition OBO 334-790-5025 Hines Exhaust Sys- 61Kmiles.$19,900 Flat Bed Dump Truck Circuit Court of Jack- CIVIL DIVISION:
- I -. l,:,'i. m .Cham- convertible auto, 14K miles, 1 owner, tem. 4 helmets andl 334-8033577 $5,500 or reasonable son County, Florida, I
pagne 334 655ci00lu Leather 55,K mi. like new. $12,800. or HondaDirt Bike gel cushion. One T T I offer 229-334-8520, ill sell te property CASE NO 2009-
71 j.rt2. Greay it.u' $13,700. 334-671-1519 OBO 334-692-5363 CRF250R 04', FMF owner, garage kept. I Trailers-Tractors 229-296-8171 located Jackson 1017CA
Infinity'97 J0 VW'6 Passat, load- exhaust. Lots of Like new. $8000. AMA Chevy '91 Cherokee ing specifically de- UNITED STATES OF
CHEVY04 42,0 miles ed, blue/black, GPS,extras $2000. OBO 334-618-1999 254AG-MASTER pickup, lift gate scribed as AMERICA, acting
CHEVY'04 142000 miles ed blue/black, GPS, 334-897-0582 334- 618-5833. Tractor, 4 wd with 1500 850-352-4724 throu
CORVETTE, $3,500., 334-687-7956 sattalite radio, new- T $1500 850-352-4724
tires, like new inside Yamaha'09 1300V twoimplaments. Commence at the opment, formerly
Silver, 32K miles, au- JEEP'06 Wrangler, & out. 119K, moving Startouringbike, $2000. 334-522-6709 Northwest corner of Farmers Home Ad-
to, Bose Stereo, re- sft to49Kmiles2 overseas. $12,000. 2500 miles. $6,500. CARGO TRAILER Section 4, Township 4 ministration (FmHA),
movable top, gaage door, auto, 4 wheel 334-347-0414 334-796-8174 Haulmark, 7 x 14 North, Range 10 United States Depart-
3 4-695-3801 drive. $13,000. 334- HARLEY DAVIDSON Tandem, excellent West, Jackson Coun- ment of Agricuture
Chevy 34-6951 El C no 685-0846 Motorcycles '08 1200 Sportster cooters/Mopeds condition. $3000. ty, Florida, thence(USDA),
Chevy '71 El Camino, South 00e20'46' West
350 Engine, $7500 Jeep Cherokee Coun- Custom, 108 miles, 334 792Scooter,90mpg,8051 Chevy '93 1500 172K o th West line Plaintiff,
850- 594-3282 try 97' 4x4 white, exc. warranty, Like new. Kawasaki 03 Vulcan '05 Scooter 90mpg, Cummings/Onan new AC loaded, of said Section 4,
S cond. sun roof runs $8,400, 334-702-4778. Drifter, garage kept, 49cc Heavy Duty, generator 703 hrs. runsgreat 3,400. 2326.32 feet, thence vs.
CHRYSLER '08 300 great CD player 13K, runs great, extra Like new, low miles, 85KW 400amp, auto OB 334-691-7111 or North 74�44'14" East
Signature Series, va- 4,995.080 850-272- Harley Davidson'08 seat &saddle bags, Must see, $1200 OBO switch runs 4 poultry 334-798-1768 706.30 feet; thence MARYLAND BAKER
ni a, navigation, like 0808 Electra Glide Classic, very clean, newpipes 850-482-7739 house $15,000. OBO North 86�45'41" East N/K/A MARYLAND
new, asking pay-off 4000 miles, 1 year & many extra's $4000 4-40X400 poultry Dodge '02 Dakota 726.41 feet thence CLOPTON; TAVONIS
$16,700.334-470-8454 LEXUS '96 LS400 warranty left. OBO. 334-750-6237 rtUtilityeh house of Lubing nip Leather Int. Quad cab South 045644" West CLOPTON EQUITY
Corvette 0'Conver- '06 HD Dyna Wide 17000.334-618-4430 pie drinkers 334-726- Clean cond. Fully 215.89 feet; thence ONE,' INC., D/B/A
oee over- 176K miles, white Glide-FXDWG. Black. Harley Davidson 1986 2005 gold/tan ford 0978 or 334-795-6101 auto. 334-693-3980 South 132.00 feet; EQUITY ONE FINAN-
tible auto, 405 HP ext, tan interior. Like new. customs. FLTC w/ side car. 00e l 90000 miles Custom Motorcycle
12-CD changer w/ $4495. 334-435-0786 6600 mi. us,900. - cond.10,500. $2900. Call 334-790- esca e 90,000 miles Custom Motorcycle eeWes 8800 CIAL SERVICES COM-
Bose sound sytsem. 40 5gHP ed 6654 after 5 p.m. goodcondition Trailer 4x8 led hts, feet; thence North PANY.
58K mi. Black w/ Lincoln '07MKZ, 57482jeff@ 334-794-2665 or 334- $7,500334-726-1655 ramp carrier under- Poin o Benning Defenant(s).
black leather. Light tan w/beige in- truthinsong.comr 805-0810 347261655 neath, never er Point of Beginning. Defendantss.
$18,000. 334-299-3739 terior, leather heated 2007 Suzuki stored in garage on- Said parcel being a
seats, ABS,.side Boulevard C50 - Red ly. $750. 334-699-6711 part o tat tac de NOTICE OF SALE
airbags 37k miNA- anblc,9eisbd E b Mattscribed in Deed Book
DA $21,175 sell fNA- and black, 9k miles, 2007 Yukon SLT Black Ferguson T020 52' 175, Page 530, Public Notice is hereby giv-
DA$21,15sellfor reat for cruising, Fully Loadedl new rebuid 1500 175, Page 50Pul Notice is hereby giv-
D$17,9005 sell for a0-814- 500. 334-u791-277. Fully Loaded new engine rebuild, Records of Jackson en that pursuant to a
17,900850-81-0155 One Owner 80k miles block prepare ed & Ext-cab 360 Ma - County, Florida. The Final Judgment en-
Lincoln 2001 Town 2009 Yamaha R6- Priced at $24,000 cleaned & crank num 4 barrel holy North 12.0 feet of this tered in the above
car, executive silver, only 1,150 miles. Kaw 09' ZX14 Call 334-685-0612 turned, too many hunter reen, parcel lies in Hannah entitled cause in the
87K, exc. cond. 6 Bought new, barely ey D son 1989 Monster energyedi- new parts to list. 3 Customfierglass Street Circuit Court of Jack-
Corvette 81 pack cd player, xm broken in. Burnt or- Softal Springer Hih- tion. pipes, power Chevrolet '05 manuals included hood, 22" hood son County Florida
Automatic 350 radio Pontiac Sun- angeand black with ly Customized Asking commander, high Avalanche LT,,Super Similar to 8 End Ford scoop, stainless at public sale to the will sell roert
(Silver) sell as is bird 1991 Converti- ghost flames, $9,000. $13K 334-677-5930 flow air filter,low nice, fully loaded. $3000. OBO grill& bumper highest and best bid- located in ackson
$6000. OBO ble, White, 109,300K. Also have small Joe miles. $9,700. $18,500 334-621-0059 Snap on tread der, for cash at the County, Florida, be-
334747-1915 Both for $8,900. Rocket jacket and Harley Davidson 1992 334-790-1852. 334-701-4243 Alum.tool box. 6" Front Door of the ing specifically de-
3D78280Z 34-618-1594 omorer 1200 cusomFORD TW Tr r ft. 6 glass north side of the scribed asfollows:
Dasu-7841152+2, oSomy hmet for0ck t nd 0 K. KH e1c.0 ts~m 'cab. Jl40np. ec packs, alum. raclrng Jackson County
original owner, 5 Mercury 01. llager, extra. 334-790 cond.$12.100. obo rims LLS o etrs' Courthouse, 4445 La- Lot 8, CHIPOLA VIL-
Datsun'78280Z2+2, Suomy helmet for oc Md V.5 00. 794t
original owner, 5 Mercury 1 '01 Villager, extra. 334-790-6146 2665334 805-0810 2 cultivuartor od sep. UCEDS45000 re - LAE, a subdivision
speed, fuel injected, greatfamior334-791-2277 e Street, Ma-LAGE, a subdivision
180k miles, some $300 down,$199/mo. 34 1836 REDUCED45000 O ranna, Florida, at of the City of Marian-
rust, runs but needs Lowmiles, Leather, '92 Goldwing, 60k Gapdy i4rowr ntect- I I h:00 a.m. on thena as recorded in
work. 2500 OBO 850- loaded Call Steve miles, red, exc. paint
579- 5 HatcherC334-791- &orunningcond. cde .oplictcolr 20Oh day of May, Plat Book 2, Page 4,
579-2136 Iv msg atc8her 334-791- & gwasak93 Vu can Chevy Tanoe. w duble bo.e. for Ford '00 Ranger. 101K 210. of the Public Records
Ford '04 Crown Victo- leave message 50 S1K MeSa Rurs 49.100 m, leather tw chmcals miles. manual. new of Jackson County,
new "^s ower, mou-nted-- ^ont,,ar. tirej. $4430 g OBO. AN PERSON CLAIM- F kson Coun
ria LX, loaded, 55K Nissan 05' 350Z Great New Seat Coy- n ,ces, 1wr995 ouned iton') 3 31. $ ires.$4400 80U. ANSR PERSON CLAIM- Florida
miles, drives like a Roadster auto trans, Big Do g 06' md#- B 8 Whiy 3.-994694 29-"-3146or22'--- 7ESLUFRO M
dream. 8700 321- white, 18,755K i Mastiff 14,500K mi. Harley Davidson 2000 er $180071866633 Whiver 0-5 4694 29- 3 16 rn. . 334-69330685 G AN INTEREST sale to the
dream. $8700321- w Shite,18,755K m .1i 1200 � . 1 M.t.-tr0O- . HE aTHt public sale to the
231-6363. owner $22,500. 334- black, 117 cubic inch 1200 Sportster, 5,400 Mt hev THE LE, I ANY h e and best bid-
Ford 2000 Expedition 793-4022 engine, 6-sp. Baker miles, burgund Mojo Motor Scoter Chevy '99 Tahao, ! for cash at the
Ford 2000 ExpeditionV&H w/windshiel,sadle '05,200mi, Blue, limited edition, all PROPERTY OWNER Front Door of the
Black, Third Row Nissan '06 Altima, chrome spear air in- bags, crash bar, $1650 850- 258-1638 power, 141K miles. AS OF THE DATE OF north side of the
Seat, CD Changer sunroof, power doors take X gaurd warr. adult operated $6500. , $5300 OO 334-618- -THE LIS PENDENS, Jackson County
t $4500334-393-9613 & window AM/FM, Lots of extras bike lo- 334-390-0220 Rd Kawasaki 09' 7381/334-7024394 MUST FILE A CLAIM courthouse, 4445 La-
_CD 59K miles. Nilia Like New 250R 38 3-2 9 MS EA AIM Courte , 4 a-
CD 59Kmiles cated in TroyAl. HARLEY DAVIDSON w/jacket3,500 mi. Ford '06 Expedition WTHIN 60 DAYS AF-fayette Street, Ma-
$12,000. 334-791-3081 $16,800 334-850-7077 2003, 1200 Sportter $3,995. 334-692-3211 Black 36K RearAirord '06 cla350ieel. TER THE SALE. anna, Florida, at
Nissan '07 Altima, Dirt Bike 07' Honda 100th anniv. edition, Leave Mess 3rd Row Seat, Leath- New'09 16t Trailer, gooseneck hitch, if you are a person 100 dam. on Mthe
Convience Pkg, Sun- CRF70 Excellent Lots of chrome. er $22K Neg. Like used once, 7000 25k, 850-569-2262 with a disability who 2010.
roof, Alloy Wheels, Condition $970. $7,500. 334-701-3974 Suzuki '08 GZ250, New 334-718-0087 GVWR, 2 axels, pd needs any accommo-
Push Start, 40k mi. 334-798-2337. Harley Davidson'87 with extended GMC'OO Jimmy, $1935 asking $1600 Ford '07 F150 XLT da n omo
,80 5-33avidson87 warranty $2800. great cond., $400 850-569-2262 supercrew, 4X45.4L, nation in order to ANY PERSON CLAIM-
$15,800334-685-6233 FXRSuergid Cu- 334-791-0701 great cond. $-5200 flex fuel, dark blue participate in this ING AN INTEREST IN
SFord '65 T-Bird, auto, Nissan '08 Sentra, FZ Suzuki 5079' col- tom paint,ots of wOBO 850-526-2491 w/bed cover, 144K proceeding, you are THE SURPLUS FROM
390 4bbl, slide steer- 4DR., like new! $200 lectors item, 1 cyl, 2 chrome, $9500 850- ask for Tom Vans mi pw, CC, $14,500 entitled, at no cost to THE SALE, IF ANY,
ing, 69K miles, $6,995 down, $229/mo. Call stroke scooter, or- 260-1666 GMC 00 Jimmy, PW/ 334-714-6999 you, to the provision OTHER THAN THE
bo.334-671-5051 or Ron Ellis 714-0028. ange, exc cond, arley Davidson96 1978 Chevy Step Van, FORD '07 F-350 59 L ea contact the O TE O
obo.eetatoy 334-671-5051.e PAFRd&white00 does not run,5 $5005..L Please contact theT O
334-797-5051 Plymouth '95 Voyag- eg $1295. Fatboy, red & white, coniton 7 O run500. Crew Cab 50K ADA Coordinator THE LIS PENDENS,
Ford '93 Taurus, runs er, AC, CD, cruise 2773 after 5 P.M. 13K miles, great 850-272-5259NE. 3343470619 miles, 29,500 334- within 2 working MUST FILE A CLAIM
good, needs AC, control, new motor. shape, $8,500. Jeep '03 Wrangler X, Chrysler '95 Voyager, 695-7769, 695-7770 days of your receipt WITHIN 60 DAS AF-
$2200. 1-334-475-1723 $1700 334-405-3130 HARLEY Davidson '01 334-899-1212 6 cylinder, 5 speed, 4 V6, auto, seats 8. of th;s document; if TER THE SALE.
Road King Police, . wheel drive, black, power, am/fm cas,. you are hearing im-
PONTIAC.1965 16,500 miles. White, soft top, Runs great new tires, NOW paired. call 1-800- If you are a person
Tempest 4 door clean & shop kept. 1 Suzuki- 0 Z . AC, AM, FM, CD, 32" $1975 OBO 850-592 - 55871. With a disability who
With 326 engine, $11,000. 334-774-3663 ver & Black, 2.5K tires, 1 owner. 111K 2832 needs any accommo-
Runs reall Good HARLEY DAVIDSON miles. Excellent con- miles, very good Dated Aprl 21, 2010 nation in order to
Fo condition. $3000 '02 Fatbqy with lots nd condition. $8,900 Trucks-Heavy Duty Ford 07 Ranger Dale R. G riearticipate in this
Ford Escort 334-797-5285 of Chroe, Black, OBO 913-660-4500 automatiroceeding, you are
4 door, aut c o iC$ 2 ayide ablesaddle- 913-660-4 5( dautomatic,V-6 Clerk of the Court tite at no costto
door11,00 miles, $10,250 352-303-2713 Harey Sportster06' bags. $4,000 FIRM. (Dothan) 2006 Jeep Wrangler 30,000 miles, entitled, at no costto
1 sPOrange1200R,yVanceo(334)585-656
Toyt , 0'ot riu 43 Harley Davidson 02e' eho (334)585-6566 Jep '04 Wrangler, white, less than20 Exce lent, $9800. B:Rache Laramore oer ohn ass stacv e
new tires, $2995. miles light blue in Rahevarmoe Hines Short Shots.le. ke new, must ai-stanc-9e
334-7907959 'lo good cond Herbage SoftaI Oraided lines. 8.900 r'n mile.I& new, must Deputy Clerk Please contact the
Honda '05 Civic, $14.500. 334-596.4902 Springer ie rew. 0t m; $7.200 79-1-803 ' 2 le, hard see $15,000. FORD '07 Sports Trac, ADL Coordinator
ma . to li soft tos. A FM CD. Call 334-393-2259 V6 fully loaded, LF14937
Great ags saver, $300 Toyota 07 ars. less 4.600 mi. $10.5010 HD '9. Fatboy. Pew% AC, tilt. and cruise $20,500 OBO 229861 days of our receipt
down, $299/mo. Call ant 40k rrmiles. ur,- 334-235-2995 ter & Black. lowered. 334-693.009 Chevy 04' Silverado $20,500 OBO 229-861-UIT days of our receipt
Steve Hatcher 334-. e . can LT leather, 2714, 229-309-1890 IN THE CIRCUIT of this document; if
791-8243. rn Ha8 . . HarleyDdn'0 garage kept . 12k OB JEEP l98; Wranqler hat seats, loaded HenryCobb COURT OFTHE you are hearing im-
080. 33.0806-8898 or Harley Davidn MumtsEe. $i 0 k OBO 80�; - FOURTEENTH ypaired harn i-8
Honda '06 Civic, Gray 8069706 Eletrra Glide pea- rl 850 35). ac, ps. ac. at. 105Krrm $11,300.334- BUY M E IN NFOLC ARCKTN d, call1-800-
Honda 06 Civic, Gray lite,. 10th ann;ver- C dae 50.32.4342 rimph (Dayona new engine trans 237 1039 INAND ORACKSON 955-8771.
4dr. a/c. 5sp. power. .ary ed.rtin. i 6K Typei 955 Fi, ST Sport tires. hara top. 792- 955-8771.
73.500 m,. Good as. miles, lots of chrome Bi e, carbon e.n., rn 8018792 887. $5800 CHE I d, FORD '08 F250 CIVIL DIVISION: Dated April 21, 2010
q -9 Jeep' fully I-aded, aeDIESELDVD 95,000
I,9li) . 314Y2r1,4t16 d ev!tra. garage tire8.,brake. 33 Jeep '88 Wrangler mile. 1000 334- DIESEL,DVD 95,000 DaleR.Guthrie
, I 3 6 Kept 0. 334- 693-3 o 7 New Body Work. Hulk 68639 miles, door, auto- CASE NO. 2009CA644 f ut
Honda 09 Civic 792-1344 Green. Auo 6cyl. matic transmision,k of the Court
Coupe EX, all power, Harley Dav, son 03'. 2.5 lift. New Tires & Chevy'07 Z-71, crew Like New condition, UNITED STATES OF By Rachel aramore
moon roof, alloy ROD. low il. . Honda 0 R Rims. '6600 OBO ca. oversize tires. BLUE exterior, TAN . AMERICA, action DeputyClerk
wheels,black/gray TOYOTA Yars 3D cond8, 3 c. Hona Re e 33472621..86 Camo trim. Exhaust. interior, 4WD, ABS, through Rural Devel- uty Clerk
Swarr.20K mi, 10K Mi. under war- 794-2665 ori334-805-Scooter maroon, *fI t --- - lots of xtras 77K mi. . a/c, alloys, am/fm, onment fomerl L icjai
. 20 . K M. underewar- 794-2665 or 334-805- 4-stroke, 249cc, 70 Lexus '08 GX470 50K Call Brady 334-405- C cruise, driver forme LF492
$14,900.08 0334- ranty, greatg0as5mile- 0810 Ca lBrd340- CD, cruise, driver Farmers Home Ad-
449-1864age, loaded $10,500 mpg/mph $2000. Mi. Good Cond. Load- 9027 airbag, leather int., ministration (FmHA), IN THE CIRCUIT
Honda 09' Sonata 4dr OO 334-7 205-310-5662 ed 3rd Row Seat, Na Chevy 67 C $1200 passengerairba, PL, UniteStates Deart- COURT OFTHE
Saln ivr uo od 0 Rr System $38000 Chevy '67 C10 $1200 Pnt of Artu
Sadan, silver, auto, Honda '06 CRF100 229-254-0077 OBO Or consider Ptow , o ment of Agricuture FOURTEENTH
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$19warr. 48K ml34 58107. F(229,s942-0667 AND FOR JACKSON
warr.48K mi. - Firm. Healand Yamaa - 04 V-Star Chevy 72' Fleet side FORD 1956 F-100 Plaintiff, COUNTY, FLORIDA
$11,950. 334-389-3071 ' 334-441 5580 1100 Custom k . factory 307, 3-sd 6K S.FORD 1956Window, 351w, A-
Hyundai'03 Tiburon - _ miles. Fully loaded fctry 307, 3 S, S Window, 351w, Au-
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1 owner, 102k miles, 1200 Roadster ec. Cruiser Like ew Hines exhaust. $5800 rouh.334-792-557800. rod4spset-upvail ON T
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vinyls, and body kit. 673-1953 $6.000. 334-806-1322 Ford'F150XLT, FORD 2005 Lariat BROWN, Y.plaintiff,
Toyot.09 y6HarleDavison 50 - 8Hna(6-c Nissan '07 Pathfinder red, 4WD, Triton F350 Dually, 4X4, Plaintiff,
$5,500. 334-790- 6. Toyota '09 Camry Harley Davidson 05' Honda 06' Rebel Solid YAMAHA '08 V-star SE, Black, Auto. 56K V8/5.4L eng, 104,168 loaded, trailer brks, Defenant(s)
Nissan '05 Altima, 2.5 Commuter car. Road King classic white windshield & 250, Burgundy, thrt 3rd mi., Super Crew Cab, sunroof. 139K miles vs.
S, 5 speed, 32k mi. 21,000 miles. Still un- show room cond. low saddle bags 2600 mi. Low miles! Li new! mi. leatherin., ood tires, tool box, $18995. 334-7916514 TIC
like new,REDUCED der warranty $16,900. mil. $13,500. 334-794- $2500. OBO 334-886- Asking $2,695., row seat, Like new. 13,500.334-894-1212 H E L E N A
'$10,900 850-482-2994 334-726-2972 2665 334-805-0810 3326 334-714-1110 334-693-5454 $16,000.334-897-0582 or 334-494-2823 . Ford 2009 King Ranch GIANNAKOPULOS,
SDS F-250 6.4 L V8 Notice is hereby egiv- NADIA RAHBANI,
Diesel. turbo 5sp. en that pursuant to a COMPASS LAKE IN
auto trans. Forest Final Judgment en- THE HILLS PROPERTY
S - .ii . C i r Green e1.-Camel termed in the above OWNERS "ASSOCIA-
Lethrer .nt. Laded entitled cause in the TION, INC., DWAYNE
w-options Famly3 Circuit Court of Jack- W. DARLEY, AMBER
.... -4 deatr, forces sale son County, Florida, I GOETZKE, and UN-
3.100 mi. Asking $45K will sell the property KNOWN TENANT(S),
334-657-3171 located in Jackson
, -FORD - '87 F350 Buck- County. Florida, be- Defendants.
- et Truck. one man. g specifically de-
e t n C. e0ft m c. scribed as follows: NOTICE OF SALE
new A., C. 30 ft reach
S 791891 $3900 at the SW PURSUANT TO
. (334) 790 8891 $3900 Beginning at the SW CHAPTER45
j Corner of Lot 42,
S-p " p - . Block A of West End NOTICE is given pur-
Subdivision in the suant to a Final Judg-
City of Marianna, ment of Foreclosure
Florida according to dated February 3,
: .' the Plat thereof as 2010 and an Order
. recorded in Plat Book Reopening Case and
S - FORD '89 F150, 4wh, A-4 of Ihe Public Re- Rescheduling Fore-
4x4 Auto, $4,900 or cords of Jackson closure Sale entered
reasonable offer 29- County, Florida; in Case No. 09-692-
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Bulldozing Zrd i8171 . along the Easterly Court of the Four-
right-of-way of Ml teenth Judicial Cir-
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PaintIng & pressure O UYIvO Self Storage gaon capacity with 162.39 feet; thence S in which CAPITAL
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DOLD GUNS! Bascos, (Aross fom Jackson Co off, 334-618-9383 334- highest and best bid- Defendants, I will sell
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* Retention Ponds (850) 268-2701 Experience to (850) 569-2215 41 GretWide ifqualify Front Door of the best bidder fort cashnd
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i ---- --��I -�- � Cab. V8. Loat ded, 32K Courthouse, 4445 La- Courthouse in Ma-
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County to add officer for inmate work crew


Weeks before they start delib-
erating the 2010-2011 budget,
the Jackson County Commission
already knows it will need
enough money to hire at least one
more employee.
On Tuesday, the commission
agreed to hire an additional cor-
rectional officer, to supervise
another inmate work crew the
county will assemble to clean up
more county buildings.
One crew is already working
under the direct supervision of a
correctional officer, assigned to
take care of several county struc-
tures like the courthouse, the

county administration building
and the public defender's office.
Commissioners aren't waiting
until budget time to get the extra
correctional officer on *board.
Instead, they decided to use some
contingency money to fund the
hire through Sept. 30, the end of
this fiscal year.
Although the total needed
won't be known until the person
is hired and gets to work, it will
likely cost about $18,000.
The second inmate work crew
will handle the county library and
grounds, community develop-
ment, the old jail, the Supervisor
of Elections/Veterans Affairs
office, the State Attorney's office,
Citizen's Lodge, the Emergency

Operations Center and the agri-
culture building.
- It will take more than $30,000
to fully fund the second work
The inmate work program was
briefly suspended by County
Judge Woody Hatcher on con-
cerns about security problems.
He allowed those already work-
ing in the program to continue,
but did not allow any other
inmates to be added. Hatcher
assembled a committee to come
up with some standards to govern
the program in future, and it has
been back in full swing for sever-
al weeks.
The lack of constant, trained
supervision was one of the main

issues cited by Hatcher, accord-.
ing to County Administrator Ted
In the past, inmates were some-
times dropped off to work at
county buildings and, because
there was no county employee
expressly assigned to oversee
them, they were essentially left
on their own to work among
county employees and the public,
Lakey acknowledged.
Lakey said while he would like
to have one or two more correc-
tional officers so that he could
have a few more inmate crews,
the county is able to use some
inmates without a correctional
officer in one circumstance.
As part of the work program

adjustments, the county has also
trained several employees to
supervise inmates who are work-
ing in outdoor assignments, for
the road and bridge department.
It wasn't felt that a correction-
al officer was absolutely needed
in that setting, Lakey said, since
the inmates are not typically
working in close proximity to the
public, and can be under constant
watch of supervisors.
Lakey said road and bridge has
a couple of inmates working for it
now, and the department is
expected to add more as more
become available.
Qualifying inmate laborers
earn time off their sentences in
exchange for their work.

Commission to buy elections office Bluegrass Festival


The Jackson County Commission
agreed this week to buy the building
occupied for the past six years by the
Supervisor of Elections office, and
the county Veteran Services office.
The county pays $3,600 a month to
rent the building at 2851 Jefferson St.
in Marianna, and plans to now pur-
chase it for $230,000.
The commission has 30 days to
back out of the deal after Chairman
Jeremy Branch signs off on the pur-
The county will use that time to
inspect the building, checking in par-
ticular on the overall structure and its
A preliminary look revealed that
the structure, built in 1975, appears to
be settling at the southwest corner,
and could need evaluation by a struc-
tural engineer or a soils analyst, to
determine the cause of the settling,
the commission was told Tuesday
before they voted to buy.
The. building also has signs of a
water leak in the ceiling above the
space occupied by the veterans office.
Those observations were made by
inspection consultant Bo Creel, who
evaluated the building with county
building official Larry Carnley on
April 16.
Creel noted that the roof, electrical
systems, air conditioning and plumb-
ing appeared to be in good condition.
He added that "the building
appears to be several different types

Early voters cast their ballots at the Supervisor of Elections Office. The
county commission voted to buy the building the elections office is located
in during Tuesday's meeting.- Mark Skinner / Floridan

of construction, but the latest rehab is
a steel structure over the entire build-
ing and appears sound. Overall, it
appears to be a good building with
only attention to such things as ceil-
ing tile and floor covering on an as-
needed basis."

The county is ,also continuing to
negotiate with the owner of the build-
ing at 2862 Madison St., which was
constructed in 1930 and sits next door
to the county administration building.
The owner is offering it for

Two injured in head-on collision

Two Marianna men were
taken to Jackson Hospital
Tuesday night with serious
injures after crashing head-
on near the junction of
Berkshire and Sheffield

roads around 11 p.m.
Located off Caverns Road
above Marianna, Berkshire
becomes Sheffield at a sharp
curve in the road.
According to Sgt. Gerry
Williamson of the Florida
Highway Patrol, 22-year-old

James Hodges crossed the
centerline while southbound
on Sheffield in a 1995 Ford
passenger car.
His vehicle entered the
path of a 2002 Dodge pick-
up truck driven by 53-year-
old John Shouse.

Shouse was eastbound on
Berkshire when Hodges'
vehicle crossed over and
collided with his truck,
Williamson said.
Hodges was cited for
driving in the wrong lane,
according to Williamson.

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From left, Aundrea Johnson, Bailey Johnson and
Kaleigh Benefield help Anna Grace pick the perfect
flower at JCARC's 2009 May Day Festival and Plant
Sale. This year's event is set for Saturday, May 8, 8 a.m.
to 2 p.m. at 2973 Pennsylvania Ave. in Marianna, just
across the railroad tracks. - Floridan file photo

Festival and plant

sale set for May 8

Jackson County
Association for Retarded
Citizens' 9th Annual May
Day Festival and Plant Sale
is Saturday, May 8, from 8
a.m. to 2 p.m. at 2973
Pennsylvania Ave.,
Marianna, just across the
railroad tracks.
There will be arts and

crafts, silent auction,
plants, woodworking, food
and drink and live enter-
tainment throughout the
day. A "fun zone" for the
kids will feature a giant
slide, face painting and
much more.
JCARC is located at
2973 Pennsylvania Ave. in
Marianna. JCARC can be
reached at 526-7333.

Wal-Mart off Highway 71
in Marianna.
The report states that
upon the officer's arrival,
the store's loss prevention
agent, Georgeanne.
Stephens, had Brannorl
detained after allegedly
witnessing her attempt to
take merchandise from
inside the store for the sec-
ond time that day.
According to the report,
earlier that day, Brannon
allegedly stole merchandise
from the store and then
returned it to obtain a
refund. With the refunded
money, Brannon then pur-
chased a gift card, which
she used to purchase items,
as well as allegedly hide
more stolen items that
appeared to be paid for.
I When Stephens eventual-
ly caught Brannon and
detained her, officers ques-
tioned Brannon on the inci-
The report states that
upon her preliminary arrest
on charges of retail theft,
officers asked Brannon' if

her purse contained any-
thing illegal.
She allegedly responded
that she had a knife in her
The officer then searched
her purse and found a
syringe, a cut plastic drink-
ing straw and a razor blade,
all commonly known
instruments for metham-
phetamine use.
A sVbsequent search
revealed two small plastic
containers with white, pow-
dery residue. The field test
indicated the presence of
methamphetamine, accord-
ing to thereport.
The officer then found a
Florida. driver's license
belonging to an unknown
person in her purse.
Stephens told the officer
that Brannon had signed
the name on the license
earlier that day as her own,
to obtain the refund.
Brannon was then arrest-
ed and taken to the Jackson
County Correctional
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The Shaddai Shriners'
Road Runners and
Buccaneers present the
2010 Under the Oaks
Bluegrass Festival on St.
Andrews Bay at Under the
Oaks Park on U.S. Highway
98/Tyndall , Parkway in
Parker on May 6-8.
Bands set to perform
include the St. Andrews'
String Band, Turtlefoot,
TideWater, the Gandy
Brothers, Rollin' -in the
Hay, Jackie Hill and the
Blue Shades of Grass,
SwiftWater and more.
Thursday, May 6 is
"Open Mic Night" (first-
come basis) for bluegrass
bands not in the main event.
The winner will be asked
back to join the Saturday
main event.
Emcees, this year are Dr.
Shane Collins of WPAP-
FM 92.5, Wayne Gentry of
WMBB-TV 13 and Jerry

Physicians' Hearing
Center, a division of
ENTcare, is hosting a two-
day open house event, May
12-13, at both of its
Dothan, Ala. locations:
Flowers Hospital Doctors
Center, 4300 W. Main St.,
Suite 403; and Med Park
East Location, 1450 Ross
Clark Circle, Suite 400.
The open house will fea-
ture a complimentary hear-
ing exam and a free listen-
ing demonstration of the
latest hearing aid technolo-
gy. Physicians' Hearing
Center has gotten together
with hearing instrument
manufacturer Oticon to tell
attendees about advances in
hearing aid technology.
ENTcare and Physicians'
Hearing Center doctors in
audiology and hearing
instrument specialist are all
board certified and licensed
in hearing aid dispensing.

Tabbat, also of WMBB-TV
Festival hours are 5-
10:30 p.m. Thursday; 5-
10:30 p.m. Friday, with a
late-night jam by the fire
afterwards; and .10 a.m. to
10:30 p.m. Saturday.
Adult admission is $25
for all three days or $10 per
Children 10 to 18 are $10
for all three days, or $5 per
day. Children under 10 are
free. No coolers are allowed
at the festival.
Under the Oaks Park has
a children's playground,
and the Shriners will have a
train for kids to ride while
parents enjoy the music.
For more information,
contact Mike Burton at 850-
215-0911 or
mike_b56@,, or
call the Shaddai Shrine
office at 850-769-8303.
On the net:
undertheoaksfestival, corn

Physicians Hearing Center
is certified to fit all types of
hearing aids.
For a complimentary
hearing exam, and a chance
to get to know the staff at
Physicians' Hearing
Center, sign up for the open
house by calling
Physicians' Hearing Center
at 334-673-7399 to reserve
your seat.

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