Jackson County Floridan

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Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna, Fla
Chipola Pub. Co.
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Daily (except Saturday and Monday)[<1979-1995>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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assault in

Marianna res-
ident Antwoin
Davies, 19, was
arrested Sunday
for battery and
aggravated Antwoin
assault with a
firearm after an Davies
argument with his girlfriend.
According to a police report
from the Sneads Police
Department, officers were dis-
patched to Willow Bend
Apartments in Sneads around
10 p.m. Sunday on a complaint
See ASSAULT, Page 5A >


Rains damage county roads

Officials estimate that as much
as five inches of rain fell in parts
of Jackson County Monday
evening and early Tuesday morn-
The following roads have been
closed for repairs as of late
Tuesday afternoon.
Aycock Road north of
� .rk 1.0;; .Palmview Road.
Cliff Road from Highway 273
to Kevin Road.
. - . Gum Creek Road off Highway
7.. 7Hudson Road from Grisset
0 .. Road to Mill Road.
.A .,. .. , Lovewood Road between
S, � ~ . Peanut Road and Highway 273.
SMutual Road off Gardenview
S. Orchard Rd off Highway 77.
. , . -. Boneyard Road from Stone
Road to Burns Road.
Gill Hamm waits on traffic barricades to arrive to close off a section of Cliff Road near Graceville that Hasty Pond Road between
was washed out during Monday night's severe weather. - Mark Skinner / Floridan Maddox and Pittman Hill roads.

Jackson County gauges oil spill impact


As the Deepwater Horizon 6il spill spreads
toward Florida's Gulf coast, Jackson County
residents.who have interests on, or related to
the coast are getting worried.
For some businesses, the spill is already
cause for concern. Even if it never reaches
Florida, it could have an impact.
Fresh Catch of the Day opened in Marianna
last August. Co-owner Mayce Rogers said
most of the fresh seafood it offers comes from
the Apalachicola Bay.
It hasn't been closed yet, as no oil contami-
nation has been seen this far west of the spill.
But Rogers said she's already hearing from
her suppliers in Apalachicola that other buyers
are starting to put in emergency orders ahead
of the possible spread to Florida's coast.
With most of the Louisiana bays closed cur-
rently, more pressure from buyers there is also
She said that while she's been able to order
what she needs so far, and at normal prices,
she worries demand could push prices up and
also put a serious dent in the supply.
And if the Apalachicola Bay is closed, she
fears she would have to shut her doors, at least
"It would totally wipe us out," she said.
"We'll have to shut down if we can't get what
we need."
Her store specializes in fresh-from-the-dock
oysters, shrimp, scallops, fish and other types
of seafood. Her brother, a partner in the busi-
ness with Rogers and her husband, delivers
what they need in his seafood truck on a regu-
lar basis.
She rarely buys frozen; the occasional lob-
ster when those arb out of season is about all
she will take frozen.
' Rogers said she's afraid she may have to
reconsider that policy, at least temporarily, if
she wants to avoid a total shut-down. With
Louisiana essentially not an option for pur-
chases, it is unclear if she has any options.
Rogers said she is.monitoring the situation
closely. Walton County did have a scare
Tuesday that officials there acted quickly to
The Walton County Sheriff's Office issued a
release Tuesday morning, stating a report on that oil is washing ashore

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Skinner / Floridan

on Miramar Beach was inaccurate.
"Walton County Sheriff's Office personnel
have been monitoring Walton County's 26
miles of beach and officials have confirmed
there is no oil along the shoreline," the news
release stated. "The photos that were posted
onsCNNiReport are the result of heavy rains
and tidal action creating a brown film, which
is a normal occurrence in the Gulf of Mexico."
The U.S: Coast Guard reported that the clos-
est oil sighting is 55 miles south of Pensacola
in the Gulf of Mexico.
State officials in Tallahassee have also been
sending out press releases meant to reassure
the public that Florida waters have not yet
been impacted by the spill, and that no con-
taminated seafood is going to market from
Several Jackson County residents have
property on Florida's Gulf coast. Some are
doing what they can to protect themselves

Itch of the Day in Mariannb Tuesday. - Mark

ahead of the oil's possible spread into this
Chad Taylor, a Jackson County resident who
owns property on Mexico Beach, said fellow
coastal property owners should be document-
ing things now so that they're ready when if it
becomes necessary to file a claim related to
the spill.
Taylor plans to go to his Mexico Beach
property in the next few days to take a picture
of his house and make a list of his belongings.
Even though the spill might not get this
close for another week or more, Taylor said its
important to have a record of how things were
before the oil arrived.
Taylor said local businesses like Fresh
Catch of the Day and others who depend on
the Gulf for some of their products, should
also be gathering records.
See OIL, Page 5A >


expand oil

spill threat

to Florida

Northerly winds that
slowed a massive oil
spill's approach Tuesday
to the Panhandle and
northern Gulf Coast could
mean disaster for the rest
of Florida.
Those winds, prompted
by .the passage of a cold
front, helped to keep oil at
bay along the immediate
shoreline in the Gulf of
Mexico. But those winds
might push the oil closer
to the conveyor belt of
ocean currents that could
eventually send the oil all
the way to the Florida
Keys and up the state's
east coast.
The oil moved precari-
ously closer to the so-
called Loop Current, the
river of water in the Gulf
that surges to the north
before dipping southward
through the Florida Keys.
That current then turns
into the Gulf Stream,
which moves along the
U.S. east coast.
But being. able to pre-
dict just when and where
See SPLL, Page 5A >

Florida State Hospital

seeks fire contract

Florida State Hospital
Administrator Diane James con-
firmed Tuesday the hospital may
be doing away with its internal
fire department, and entering an
agreement with the city of,
Chattahoochee to provide fire
The Chattahoochee City
Council agreed by consensus at
its regular meeting Tuesday to
consider just such a fire service
agreement with the hospital.
James said the hospital has
been looking for some months at
ways to make its fire service
more cost effective. She said all
firefighters now employed by the
hospital will be offered other jobs
if the city does take over fire

service, or if the hospital makes
some other arrangements that
would dismantle the department.
There are about 18 firefighters
now working for the hospital, and
all are dual certified as EMTs.
James said the hospital is only
considering a deal with
Chattahoochee about providing
fire service. Emergency medical
services would continue to be
provided by hospital employees
at this point. But James said the
possible fire service arrangement
with Chattahoochee is far from a
done deal.
The Department of Children
and Families, the hospital's
supervising agency, has given
James the go -ahead to talk fur-
ther with the city about a possible
agreement. James said there's

with city
been no proposal put on paper to
date, and described this as the
"talking stage."
City Manager Lee Garner told
the Tuesday council meeting he
made an initial offer to provide
the service to the hospital for
$258,159 for the first year, with
increases each year expected.
Garner said the hospital asked
him to keep the discussions "con-
fidential," including from the city
council, a request he kept.
Chattahoochee currently has a
volunteer fire service. It is possi-
ble that the city may consider
establishing a paid fire crew,
should it begin providing service
to the hospital, and the hospital
would pay a fee to the city for
services provided to the institu-

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Weather Outlook


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Managing Editor - Michael Becker
Circulation Manager - Dena Oberski

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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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May 5 - Wednesday
* Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open 9 a.m. to 3 p.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
winning 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 raffle boast three large prize pack-
ages each including many goods, services
and gift certificates from area businesses.
Tickets are $5 each or five for $20. Call 573-
* St. Mary Missionary Baptist Church,
1935 Jacob Road, Jacob City, is raising
money for its youth and advisors to attend
state convention -by selling fresh, pre-cut,
pre-washed collard greens for $4 per 2
pound bag, or two bags for $7; and straw-
berries for $14 per flat. Place orders with
any church member through May 5, or call
482-5335, 573-6732. Pick-up is Friday, 7
a.m. to 7 p.m. at 4319 Lafayette St. (AKA the
old Sears/dialysis building).

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.
* Jackson County Senior Celebration Day
is 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Jackson
County Agricultural Conference Center, 2741
Pennsylvania Avenue, Suite 3, Marianna,
with food, entertainment, door,prizes and
more. Call 334-701-8808.
* The Jackson County commemoration of
the National Day of Prayer will be at 5:30
p.m. in front of the Jackson County
Courthouse. All are welcome.
*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-
* The William Dunaway Chapter, Florida
Society, Sons of the American Revolution,
meets at Jim's Buffet and Grill in Marianna.
The Dutch treat meal starts at 6:30 p.m.
Guest speaker: Compatriot Mike Dunaway of
Tallahassee, presenting "The War Comes to
Georgia.". Anyone interested in the SAR is
welcome. Call 594-6664.
* Alcoholics Anonymous closed discus-
sion, 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.
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May 7 - Friday
* Marianna Elks Lodge Fish Fry is 11 a.m.
to 1 p.m. at the lodge, 4607 Highway 90,
Marianna. Cost is $6 per plate and includes
cheese grits, hush puppies, coleslaw and
tea. Eat in or take out.
* Friends of the Jackson County Health
Department's American Cancer Society
Relay for Life team host a yard sale, 12-5
p.m. at 3045 Fourth St. in Marianna. Item
donations accepted for the sale, drop them
off at JCHD. All proceeds go to Relay for
* The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce will conduct a ribbon cutting cer-
emony for Marianna Metal Roofing Inc. at
3638 Highway 71 North, at noon. An open
house with refreshments follows until 2 p.m.
Owner Garry Gochenaur or manager Joey
Woodruff can be reached at 594-7990 or call
the Chamber at 482-8060.
* 'Kindergarten registration in Jackson
County is 1-3 p.m. May 3-7. Bring child's
physical exam, immunization record (or
exemption), certified birth certificate and
Social Security card. For details, call your
respective school or 482-1200, ext. 222.
* 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

the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, is 8-9 p.m. in the
AA room.

May 8 - Saturday
* The 9th Annual Jackson County
Association for Retarded Citizens Inc. May
Day Festival and Plant Sale is 8 a.m. to 2
p.m. at 2973 Pennsylvania Ave in Marianna
(just across the railroad tracks), featuring
arts and crafts, silent auction, plants, wood-
working, food/drink and live entertainment
throughout the day. Call 526-7333.
* Old Timer's Day at Blue Spring is 11 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Bring a covered dish, drink, lawn
chair, old photos and your memories of Blue
Spring. R.S.V.P. to 718-2761, ext. 3248 or
* The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees'
strategic planning session, is at 8 a.m. in La
Maison de Lucy in Alford.
* There will be a cemetery working at the
Kent Cemetery, three miles southwest of
Alford. Arrive early; bring tools, mowers.
* Mt. Calvary C.O.C.W.I.H. and the Jackson
County Health Department Closing the Gap
and SWAT program present, "A Living
Sacrifice," a health fair and cookout, 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. at the Graceville Civic Center on US
Highway 77 South, with free health screen-
ings, food and games. Call 263-2810.
* Nelson Singer Memorial AmVets Post
231, by the Sons of AmVets Post 231, host a
series of Turkey Shoot fundraisers at 1 p.m.
on the second and fourth Saturdays of the
month, through May 22. Cost: $2 a shot.
Proceeds benefit the building fund. Call 722-
* The Richmond Milton Family Reunion
meeting is at 3 p.m. All family members are
asked to be present and on time.
* 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 9 - Sunday
* The Romanenko-Yoshikawa Duo (Cellist
Alexei Romanenko and pianist Christine
Yoshikawa) wilJ be in concert at 3 p.m. in the
Chipola Arts Center, performing works by
Valentini, Schnittke, Faur6, Liszt, Romanenko
and Strauss. Admission: Donation only.

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The Marianna Police
Department listed the
following incidents for
May 3, the latest avail-
able report:
one hit and .-- -_
run vehicle, .- ..' --
one accident ,'?-
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injury, two
suspicious persons, one
verbal disturbance, two
burglar alarms, one
shooting in the area, one
larceny complaint, one
animal complaint, one
assist of another agency
and one public service

The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and
Jackson Fire Rescue list-
ed the following incidents
for May 3, the latest avail-
able report: Two accidents
with injury, one missing
adult, two stolen vehicles,
one suspicious vehicle,
two suspicious persons,
one funeral escort, two
highway obstructions, one
burglary, one prowler, one
drug offense, 15 medical
calls, one traffic accident,
one traffic accident with
entrapment, one burglar
alarm, 10 traffic stops,

two larceny complaints,
three criminal mischief
complaints, two civil dis-
putes, one trespassing
complaint, one garbage
complaint, one noise dis-
turbance, one animal
complaint, one assist of
another agency, 10 public
service calls, one trans-
port, one threat and one

The following persons
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting period:

- Antwain Davies, 19,
3347 Valley Oaks Road,
Marianna, battery, aggra-
vated assault with firearm.
- Daryl Miller, 30,
2120 Archie Sapp Road,
Altha, hold for Bay
- William Simmons,
39, 4994 Land Drive,
Marianna, violation of
corrections, battery.
- Tracey Dcesc, 35.
1858 Tobe Lane,
Marianna, sentenced to
180 days.
- Darla Layton. 48,
5164 Abel Lane,
Marianna, grand theft
auto, theft, driving while

license suspended or
- Frank Abbott, 29,
5362 10th St., Malone,
violation of state proba-
tion, driving while license
suspended or revoked.
- Nathaniel Washington,
49. 2876 Borden St..
Marianna, non-child sup-

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

Panama City Low - 12:46 AM High - 1:48 PM
Apalachicola Low - 4:18 PM High - 11:14 AM
Port St. Joe Low - 12:51 AM High - 2:21 PM
Destin Low - 2:02 AM High - 2:54 PM
Pensacola Low - 2:36 AM High - 3:27 PM

RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage
Woodruff 53.63 ft. 66.0 ft.
Blountstown 11.42 ft. 15.0 ft.
Marianna 11.17 ft. 19.0 ft.
Caryville 8.10 ft. 12.0 ft.


Community Calendar



Jackson Couinty iFloridain Wednesday, May 5, 2010 - 3

Chipola hosts Vernon students at Blue Springs

The Chipola College Ground
Water Outreach Project recently
hosted Vernon Middle School
students, principal Chris Beard,
and teachers Stacy Abbott and
Lindsey Watson on an Earth Day
field trip to the Jackson Blue
Springs Park.
Parks Director Chuck Hatcher
welcomed the group, and was
presented an award for his out-
standing service over the five-
year Ground Water project,
which is funded by the Florida
Department of Environmental
"As students ran from their
school bus, parked on one of the
highest points in the park, they
saw for the first time panoramic
views of the Blue Spring from
elevations of 40 feet and sniffed
the pine laden spring air," noted
Dr. Santine Cuccio, Ground
Water project director. "They
dipped their feet in the 67 degree
water; and hiked the new nature
trail with Russell Williams,
springs ambassador."
The students also visited karst
features such as limestone bluffs,
solution and collapse, or chimney
sinkholes. The natural bridge and
animal niches in the sinkholes
were a source of interest, as were
the sinkholes which held
sparkling spring water. Dotting
the areas in between were trilli-
um, blood root and rain lilies.
Blue Springs Park surrounds
the largest spring in the
Flint river basin, and has been a
magnet for people and wildlife
for 12,000 years. With a flow of
122 million gallons of water per
day, it ranks 17 out of 33 first
magnitude springs in Florida, and
33 of 78 in the US.
The 100 square-mile basin sur-
rounding the park, which
recharges the Florida aquifer that

The Chipola College Ground Water Outreach Project recently host-
ed Vernon Middle School students, principal Chris Beard and
teachers Stacy Abbott and Lindsey Watson on an Earth Day field
trip to the Jackson Blue Springs Park. - Contributed photo

feeds the spring, is vulnerable to
Dr. Cuccio said. "The purpose *
of the field trips can be sulima-
rized in the words of Baba Dioum
given during a 1968 speech in
New Delhi, India, at the
International Union for conserva-
tion of Nature: 'In the end, we
will conserve only what we love.
We will love only what we under-
stand. We will understand only
what we are taught."'

Marriages, divorces for

the week of April 26-30

Marriages * Jean Landers Howell
and William Joseph
* Philip Garren Smith Osland.
and Lea Ann Watford. * Arthur Lee Edmon Jr.
S Jonathan Walter and Kinisha Shantey
Chesnutt and Kimrberly Sutton.
Ann Sorrell. Oscar Alexander
* Carmen Melinda Glaze Galloway and Amanda
and Reginald Paul Loving. Meredith Morris King.
* David Stanley Bieda * Larry Ray Johnson and
and Andrea Chantal Heon. Lisa Renec Hobbs White.
* Andrew Stephen Bevis
and Tammy Marie O'Pry. Divorces
* Pennie Lea Brooks and
Jimmy Gilley. None.


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Jackson County Parks Director
Chuck Hatcher was presented
an award for his outstanding
service over the five-year
Ground Water project by proj-
ect director Dr. Santine Cuccio.
The project is funded by the
Florida Department of
Environmental Protection. -
Contributed photo

Fine art in all forms will
Sbe woven in and around
picturesque downtown
Apalachicola, where artists
S will be showing, selling
' . and demonstrating their tal-
" ents from 12 to 5 p.m. EDT
. Saturday. May 8.

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Publisher: Valeria Roberts

Managing Editor: Michael Becker

Our Opinion




At this point, all we can do is watch
and wait as winds and tides push a
huge oil spill towards the Gulf shore.
It's not possible to predict how far
:east the spill will travel. Pensacola
looks likely to be affected, Fort
Walton Beach and Panama City less
so, and Port St. Joe and Apalachicola
even less. The latest forecast is the oil
is not expected to even reach the
coastline until Thursday.
But that could change. At any rate,
if the oil were to come this far east,
it's not entirely clear how badly
Jackson County's economy would be
The spill would have an impact, if
only a peripheral one. Many residents
own boats and go fishing in the Gulf.
Some own condos there, or take
daytrips to the coast.
County seafood vendors and oyster
bars would most certainly be hard hit.
Restaurants that sell Gulf seafood
would also be impacted.
And there's the spillover effect. If
Bay County's tourism and charter boat
industries take a heavy hit from this,
-those economic ripples will have some
effect here, as well.
Unfortunately, much of this is out of
anyone's hands at this point. There
will be a federal investigation, no
doubt; lawsuits are already being pre-'
pared by state governments, compa-
nies and individuals. British
.Petroleum will clearly be facing legal
claims for years.
The primary focus right now, how-
ever, needs to be on containing the
oil's spread and on cleaning up any
affected coastline. BP says it is pre-
pared to pay those costs, and they
should be held to it.


Rep. Marti Coley, R-District 7
Capitol office
319 The Capitol
402 South Monroe St.
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1300
(850) 488-2873
Rep. Brad Drake, R-District 5
Capitol office
313 House Office Building
402 South Monroe St.
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1300
(850) 488-4726
Sen. Al Lawson Jr. D-District 6
Tallahassee office
228 Senate Office Building
404 South Monroe St.
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1100
(850) 487-5004

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Dear editor,

y says it is
ed to

Having worked diligently
in the past week to ensure
prompt communication with
the Graceville Correctional
Facility employees, my fel-
low CCA colleagues and I
read with disappointment the'
editorial criticizing the com-
pany'for the selected location
of our information session
for these employees.
As the upcoming new
management operator of the
prison, CCA has as its pri-
mary priority to provide
open and ongoing communi-
cation to the current staff
regarding their ability to
interview with CCA to
remain employed at
Graceville. Since CCA has
not yet been provided access
by the current operator to
talk with employees within
the facility itself, we swiftly
made arrangement to host an
information session on May
6 and 7. We printed post-
cards to be distributed to all
employees by a Florida
Department of Corrections
representative, and we pub-
lished newspaper ads and a
press release so employees
would be aware of the oppor-
Additionally; beginning
May 3, applications for
employment at Graceville
Correctional Facility will be
accepted through www.cca-, with priority given
to current Graceville facility
employees. Plus, employees
may learn more about the
facility management transi-
tion on September 26 by
going to
As a national company
with 65 correctional facili-
ties, CCA is proud to have,
been recognized as a "Top
100 Best Corporate Citizen",
one of "America's Best
Managed Companies" by
Forbes Magazine, and a G.I.
Jobs "Top 25 Military-
Friendly Employer". We care
about the communities in
which we operate, and, most
importantly, we care about
our employees. We believe
the Graceville community
will come to respect and feel
proud that CCA is a local
As a community partner,
CCA has a high level of ded-

ication and commitment to
being active in the local
communities in which we
operate. We will develop a
Community Relations
Committee in Graceville and
the greater Jackson County
area comprised of neighbors
near the Graceville
Correctional Facility, busi-
ness and civic leaders, media
and elected officials as a way
to ensure we are engaged in
open communication and
sharing positive news about
our security practices, reha-
bilitation services, communi-
ty engagement and employ-
ment opportunities. Please
visit to
learn more about the value of
having CCA in a community.
To the Graceville
Correctional Facility
employees, we look forward
to answering your questions
and hope to have the opporr
tunity very soon to speak
with you at the prison.

Louise Grant
CCA Vice President of

Chief tips his hat to
law enforcement

Dear editor,

The month of May marks a
very special time for law
enforcement officers across
the nation. The week of May
15, 2010 is Law
Enforcement Appreciation
I would like to take this
opportunity to publically
express my immense grati-
tude to all those who serve in
the field of law enforcement.
Those who work in law
enforcement are a close-knit
band of "brothers and sis-
ters." They do not just work
the job - they live it.
The sworn officers, com-
munications officers, correc-
tional officers, animal con-
trol officers and administra-
tive staff all dedicate them-
selves to serve and protect
- not for fame or recogni-
tion, but for love of the job
and love of the community.
As I mark my second year
as chief of police of
Marianna, I am reminded of
some sage advice I received
upon entering this position.
A wise person told me, "You
will always be successful, if
you surround yourself with

capable people." No truer
words have ever been spo-
I am so thankful for these
dedicated professionals who
serve the City of Marianna,
its citizens and merchants
with their whole hearts and
minds. With each day comes
new challenges - some
good, many not so good -
but each member of the
Marianna Police Department
faces these challenges head
on, with the determination to
rise and meet the challenge
at hand.
The words "thank you"
just seem inadequate to
express my true appreciation,
respect and admiration for
the members of the Marianna
Police Department team. I
hope this letter will serve to
give public praise to a spe-
cial group of individuals who
are always first on the scene,
serving and protecting all'-
even when it means putting
themselves in harm's way.
In conclusion, I ask the
citizens and merchants of
Marianna, when you see an
MPD team member, take a
moment and tell them how
much you appreciate the job
they do, because while you
go about your day and night,
these brave individuals stand
guard for our great city.
Thanks, guys. Serving
with you all makes it a pleas-'
ure to come to work each

Hayes Baggett
Chief of Police
Marianna Police Department

Family grateful for

Dear editor,

On March 31, 2010, our
mother, Susie M. Peacock,
died at Jackson Hospital. I
am writing on behalf of our
family members to express
our sincere thanks to doctors
Christopher, Spence and Gay
for their exemplary attention
to our mother's medical
needs during her illness. We
also want to express our
heartfelt thanks and appreci-
ation to all members of the
staff on the second and third
floors of the hospital, where
Mom was a patient. The
nurses and their assistants
were simply outstanding as
they faithfully provided care
to a "special" lady.
I was greatly impressed

with the caring, concerned
attitude of the staff as they
cared for our mother and the
family. Also, the volunteers
and housekeeping staff that I
encountered at the hospital.
were helpful and expressed
care and concern during our
days of anxious waiting. The
entire staff is a tribute'to the
fine people of Jackson
I also want to express our
thanks to. the wonderful peo-
ple of the Dellwood, Grand
Ridge and Sneads communi-
ties for their support during
our time of grief.
I always knew that I grew
up in a community made up
of some of America's most
wonderful people. Again,
they demonstrated their con-
cern for their neighbor ful-
filling the commandment,
"love your neighbor as your-
self." We are blessed and for-
tunate to know such out-
standing people.
May God richly bless the
people of Jackson County is
my prayer.

Col. Willie P. Peacock (ret.)
Army Chaplain
San Antonio, Texas

Time to quit?

Dear editor,

This is an encouraging let-
ter regarding smoking.
Please, I would love to get
some feedback from other
readers, and would like to
know if this letter inspires
anyone to quit.
Smokers have an increased
risk for all of the following:
emphysema, lung cancer,
chronic obstructive pul-
monary disease (COPD),
heart disease and high blood
Does any of the following
sound good to you:
Chemotherapy and/or radia-
tion; heart attack; stroke; not
being able to breath without
the help of a machine; being
placed in a casket and low-
ered six feet into the ground?
If you answered no to any
of these, then smoking is not
for you. You are a person
who loves life and wants to
live to tell about it.
Quit today and save the
casket for later.
Happy breathing and enjoy
the fresh air.

Carla Raines


Rep. Allen Boyd, D-2nd District
Washington, D.C. office
1227 Longworth HOB
Washington, DC 20515
(202) 225-5235
Tallahassee office
1650 Summit Lake Drive, Suite 103
Tallahassee, FL 32317

(850) 561-3979
Panama City office
30 W. Government St., Suite 203
Panama City, FL 32401
(850) 785-0812

Sen. Bill Nelson (D)
Washington office

United States Senate
716 Senate Hart Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
(202) 224-5274
Tallahassee office
US Court House Annex
111 North Adams St.
Tallahassee, FL 32301


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no oil anywhere near Water
Street Seafood here in the oyster
capital of the South.
But there might as well be.
The typically busy bayside
business has slowed to a stop.
Inside, two workers spray down
an empty room that should be full
of people processing oysters.
Outside, a lone fisherman waits
for a ride.
There are still plenty of oys-
ters, shrimp and fish in
Apalachicola Bay, but few con-
sumers seem to want anything
harvested remotely close to the
Deepwater Horizon oil slick.
"Not much going on here," said

Steven Rash, owner of the busi-
ness. "It's like watching a freight
train coming at you at al snail's
pace, but you can't moove out of
the way."
The seafood orders are drying
up even though no one knows if
the oil slick will find its way this
far east. Tuesday afternoon, a
prospective customer called to
inquire about crab meat.
"Don't have any here. Got
some coming in from Alabama,"
the worker said.
"Got any coming. in from
Venezuela?" the customer asked.
"Alabama's too close to the oil.",
For Rash, the oil doesn't have
to come an inch farther east to
damage his business.
"It's not like we're going to
look at the end of the week and

say '\\'hew. we dodged a bullet,"
said Rash, who has been in the
seafood business for 27 years.
Just up Water Street at 13-mile
Sealood, fishing guide Kelly
Butler is fielding trip cancella-
"This is all I've ever done,"
Butler said. "It's all my daddy
ever did, all his daddy ever did."
Restaurant owners and food
critics throughout the South con-
sider Apalachicola Bay oysters
the best in the world. Historically,
Franklin County has harvested
more than 90 percent of Florida's
oysters and 10 percent of the
nationwide supply, according to
the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission.
Within Franklin County, oysters
make up almost one-third the

value of commercial marine land-
Many say the mixture of fresh
water flowing in from the
Chattahoochee-Flint river system
combined with the salt water of
the gulf give the oysters their
unique taste.
Shrimp is equally important.
Apalachicola Bay shrimpers
average more than a- million
pounds per year, nearly 20 per-
cent of the state's shrimp supply.
Without seafood - and tourism
- most residents agree
Apalachicola would not exist in
any real way.
"Everybody here is in a tizzy
right now. We don't know what to
think," said Tanya McClendon,
who peddles T-shirts, honey, trin-
kets and barbecue at the Sugar'

Shack in Apalachicola. "We
make our living from June to
September, enough to stay open
until next June. If people get
scared away this summer, people
like me and a lot of other smaller
places are going under."
British Petroleum and other .
businesses and agencies continue
to try to find a solution to cap the
spill, but most experts believe an
auspicious effort to cap the spill
with a giant dome may not work
until early next week.
"If they could cap it now ...
maybe," said Allen Richards, part
of five generations of
Apalachicola commercial fisher-
men. "But another week of this

Richards shakes his head and
stares out at the empty bay.

Covenant Hospice

honors volunteers


As part of National
Volunteer Week,
Covenant Hospice recent-
ly honored their volun-
teers, by hosting a
Volunteer Banquet,
themed "Volunteers Build
a Better World" at the'
First Baptist Church in
Marianna. More than 70
volunteers attended.
Awards were given out
to volunteers involved in

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various departments,
such, as development,
bereavement, administra-
tion and family support.
"Covenant Hospice
volunteers are the heart
of the Covenant team:"
said Sandi Huster, direc-
tor of volunteer services
for Covenant Hospice'.
For more information
about becoming a
Covenant Hospice
Volunteer, contact Donna
Meldon at 482-8520.


If, for instance, part of
their income depends on
buying and selling seafood
from Gulf communities
that are closed to harvest
because of the spill, they
need to be able to show the
financial impact.
Gulf communities in this
region are already taking
action as they anticipate
what might be coming.
State Rep. Marti Coley,
R-Marianna, said Tuesday
the' biggest concern cur-
rently is making sure all
costal counties are making
a "coordinated collabora-
tive effort."
"This is an issue we are
all worried about," Rep.
Coley said. "But we need
to make sure that we're all
on the same page and not
duplicating efforts, costing
more time and money as
well as getting in each
other's way."
According to Coley, the
Florida- Department of
Environmental Protection
has held numerous public
meetings with costal
municipalities and emer-
gency response teams, to
assist in updating residents
on the situation and the
efforts being made.
A public meeting was
held in Panama City
Monday, along with one in
Fort Walton Tuesday, to
inform residents of DEP's
The State Emergency
Response Team is acting as
the lead response agency
for the state of Florida.

Rep. Coley says that
according to DEP officials,
there has been no impact to
Florida's coast yet, and
there are no impacts pro-
jected through Thursday.
However, Florida officials
are still continuing to make
preparations to safeguard
the state's shoreline.
A boom guard is now
currently covering approxi-
mately 87,800 feet along
the Florida Panhandle
coast. This guard is basical-
ly a barrier which absorbs
some of the oil and keeps it
from coming ashore. In the
coming days, DEP officials
say an additional 19,000
feet is expected to be put in
place, along with an addi-
tional 60,000 feet that is
currently on order.
The placement of the
boom barriers is being tar-
geted at identified environ-
mentally sensitive areas.
with estuaries and inlets at
the top of the list.
However, the boom
guards are not effective
everywhere. According to
DEP officials, they can
become ineffective in high
seas, strong winds or cur-
rents over 1 knot.
Bay County Emergency
Management and the
American Red Cross are
teaming up to register vol-
unteers for possible oil
clean-up, if it becomes nec-
essary in this region.
There are several ways to
register for the contact
Go to the Volunteer

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the oil will get sucked into from the northernmost
the current is difficult, if reach of the current. Just
not impossible, said George Monday, it looked like
Maul, professor of some of the oil was trying
oceanography at " the to get sucked into it, Maul
Florida Institute of said.
Technology in Melbourne: If that does happen, it
"There are a lot of vain- won't take long for the oil
ables involved," Maul said. to have far-reaching effects
"It's really difficult to fore- elsewhere.
cast the ocean because you Waters of the Loop
don't have in place an Current run quickly, Maul
observation system." said, and can travel as much
Sometimes, the Loop as 50 miles in a day. When
Current pushes as far north it moves into the Gulf
as the Mississippi Delta Stream, it gets even faster,
region, the professor said. covering as much as 100
Water from the Mississippi miles in a day, he said.
River has been traced as far Officials on the east coast
away as the coast of the of Florida are worried
Carolinas, he added. about possible effects in the
"I think the risk might be next week to 10 days. Maul
higher for the east coast will be huddling with emer-
than the west coast (of agency management offi-
Florida)," Maul said. The cials Thursday to discuss
closest the. Loop Current the spill and potential risks
gets to the west coast of in his backyard.
Florida is about 100 miles. "I think we are pretty
A few days ago, the oil nervous about it along the
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75370.jsp; send an e-mail
with your name and phone
number to oilspill@red-; or call the
Red Cross at 763-6587.
The American Red Cross
says those interested
should know that special-
ized training may be
required before volunteers
are deployed into the field.
If training is necessary,
the Red Cross will facili-
tate it in coordination with
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state and federal agencies.
Walton County activated
its Emergency Operations
Center to Level 2 status at
8 a.m. Tuesday morning,
with activities centered at
the Santa Rosa Beach
Sheriff's Office substation.
Level 2 activation means
all essential emergency
personnel will be available
to staff the substation as
At the same time,
Walton County activated a
24-hour citizens' hotline at
the Walton County
Sheriff's Office. That
number is (850) 267-2000.

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from Davies' girlfriend. Two witnesses confirmed
She alleged Davies assault- the victim's claim of
ed her. assault, according to the
The report states that report. One witness knew
when officers arrived, there where Davies' firearm was
was a crowd in the parking hidden and shared the
lot surrounding the girl- information with police.
friend's apartment. Davies The investigating officers
was attempting to leave the were able to locate the gun
scene. - a Ruger 9 mm - and
The victim told officers took it as evidence.
that Davies slapped her and Davies was then arrested
then pulled a gun on her and transported to Jackson
while making threats to her, County Correctional
according to the report. Facility.

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E.J. Quigley, 85, of Ma-
rianna died Sunday, May 2,
2010, at his residence in
Born in Mississippi, E.J.
moved to Panama City at.
an early age, where he
graduated from Bay High
School in 1943. Upon
graduation he joined the
Army Air Force and be-
came a pilot. In 1946 he
obtained his commercial
pilot license.
He then attended the
Panama City branch of the
University of Florida and.
played on the first football
team that was created' by
the legislature combining'
the branch campus and the
Florida State College for
Women, which was later to
become Florida State Uni-
versity. He transferred to
the University of Florida in
Gainesville, where he was a
member of the Kappa Al-

pha fraternity, and gradu-
ated with a degree in physi-
cal education.
Upon returning home,
he married Barbara Jean
Dunn, and in 1957, they
had a son, Scott.
From the early 1950s, E.J.
worked at Cook-Whitehead
Ford in Panama City,
where he won awards as a
salesman, until 1971, when
he joined McCaskill Motor
Co. in Marianna and
formed McCaskill-Quigley
Ford. He was joined by Will
Rogers in 1980, and the
name was changed to
Chipola Ford. In 2000, he
retired to become a gentle-
man farmer.'
E.J. was always an active
outdoorsman, and he loved
fishing and bird hunting, in
which his marksmanship
was well known, and en-
joyed training his bird
Survivors' include his
son, Scott and his wife Ja-
net, of Marianna; grandson
Steven D. Quigley of Ma-
rianna; two brothers, Wil-
liam Bill Quigley, of Pana-
ma City, and Joseph
Quigley, of West Palm
Beach; sister Joann; and
stepsister Boots Spivey of
Panama City.
The funeral service will
be 2 p.m. Friday, May 7, at
James & Sikes Maddox
Chapel. Interment will fol-
low in Pinecrest Memorial
Gardens, James & Sikes Fu-
neral Home Maddox Chap-
el directing.
The family will receive
friends 6 to 8 p.m. Thurs-
day, May 6, at James &
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Sunland employees honored for service

The Administration of

Sunland hosted the Center's
quarterly service awards
luncheon on April 28, at

Angic's Kountry Kitchen in
Marianna. Employees hav-
ing attained 20. 25, 30 or 35

years of continuous service
with the state were honored.
Hlonorecs were presented
From left are, irst row,
Lue Roulhac, 20 years;
Alice Jennings, 20 years;
Gloria Roulhac 20 years;
and Bobbie Barnes, 20
years; second row, Vickie
Maloney, 20 years;
Aggie Schack, 20 years;
Brendra Doctrie, 20
years; and Rita York, 20
years; and third row,
Robert Davis, 25 years;
Peggy Miller, 20 years;
Hal Hopkins, 30 years,
SRick Glover, 35 years;
Barry Vickson, 20 years;
and Charolette Byrd, 20
years. Not pictured: Edith
Phillips, Patricia Collins,
Scott Charles and Mary
Gibson, 20 years each;
and Roy Bellamy and
Elizabeth Jones, 30 years
- Contributed photo

with an engraved placuec,
lapel pin, certificate andl a
letter of appreciation from

Hearty, Homestyle Cooking

Sun land

Pictured, left to right, are program chair Brigitta Nuccio, Ann Marie Sapp and
Patrick Forunato. - Contributed photo

Optimists name oratorical winners

Each year, the
Optimist Club of Jackson
County has an oratorical
This year the title was
"Cyber Communication,
Progress or Problem?"

President Azur Barber and
teen of the month Daniel
Jackson. - Contributed,
photo '

Malone High
student named
Optimist Teen
of the Month'
Each-month, the Optimist
Club of Jackson County
selects a teen from the
county for outstanding lead-
ership. The teen for this
month was Daniel Jackson,
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Back at it

Tigers start spring practice

with renewed energy, focus

Spring football practice began
in earnest on Monday, with
Jackson County teams beginning
the long process of building a
winner for the fall.
While the spring is important
for every program,' perhaps very
few teams are as ready to get
started on the 2010 season as the
Graceville Tigers.
The Tigers suffered through a
disappointing 2009 season, fin-
ishing 3-7 and missing out on the
postseason for the first time in
four years.
But Graceville coach Todd
Wertenberger said he likes the
energy his team has brought to
the start of spring practice.
"I think we have a good atti-
tude right now," the coach said.
"Nobody here was satisfied with
last year's season. I don't think
anybody in Graceville was satis-
fied with it, including the return-
ing players.
"I think that's the reason why
so many (players) have come out.
There are some that should've
played last year and didn't, and
they've come out this year.
There's a change in attitude and
commitment, and I hope that
means we'll be back to where we
need to be."

"We're just trying to
put together a football
team. We've got a
bunch of kids out there
who are enthusiastic
about getting
something done."
-Todd Wertenberger,
Graceville coach

The task will be tall for the
Tigers, who lost several key
starters from last season's team,
including fullback/linebacker
Leron Hoover, and tailback/line-
backer Treyshaun White.
Graceville also lost key offen-
sive linemen in Tyler Crutchfield,
Eli Russaw and Heath Plybon.
With so many starting roles
available, the spring can provide
opportunities for young players
to step into the void.
"We're just trying to put
together a football team,"
Wertenberger said. "We've got a
bunch of kids out there who are
enthusiastic about getting some-
thing done. But we're real young
and inexperienced. I just hope we
carry that enthusiasm throughout

A pair of Graceville Tigers football players battle during a drill in a.practice on Tuesday in Graceville.
The Tigers began spring practice on Monday. - Mark Skinner/Floridan

the spring."
The coach said a big part of the
spring was weeding out the play-
ers who can play on the varsity
team versus the players who
would benefit from a year on the

junior varsity.
Wertenberger said there were
as many as seven such players.
"We've got several kids who
could go either way," he said.
"Hopefully we can get a bunch of

kids on film so we can see who's
ready to play in the fall. We're
evaluating them to see where
they need to be."
See PRACTICE, Page 2B >

Lady Indians cap off perfect regular season

The Grand Ridge Lady Indians volleyball
team completed-their regular season with a
perfect record, playing almost flawless ball
with only three matches going to three
Grand Ridge completed their season
Monday night with a pair of wins against
In 'A' team action, it was Grand Ridge
winning in two sets, 25-15 and 25-17.
The Lady Indians were led by Kelsey
Jenkins with 11 points and one ace, fol-
lowed by Logan Neel with eight points and
one kill.
On the board with seven points, one ace,
and one kill was Alaynah Weiss, with Shelbi
Byler putting up five points and two kills.
Bianca Hernandez recorded five points
and one ace, while Daphne Humphries had
five points.
Taylor Reed was on the board with three
points, with Mallory McDaniel having one
point and one kill.
In 'B' team action, it went to three games
before the Lady Indians recorded a win.
Game one was all Grand Ridge at 25-8
before falling 23-25.
The Lady Indians bounced back in game
three but not before they took it to overtime
for a 16-14 win.
Grand Ridge coach Ken' Granger has
nothing but praise for both teams.
"I'm really at a.loss for words for both

Pictured is the Grand Ridge Lady Indians 'A' volleyball team, with all 10 players and
head coach Ken Granger (far left), and assistant coach Nancy Edwards (far right).
Grand Ridge finished the 2009 regular season undeafeted. - Contributed Photo

teams this year," he said. "They continue to
work harder and harder each day. We have a
tough game ahead of us and we just want to
remain focused.
"Their hard work has definitely paid off.
They practiced as a team, played as a team,
and they won as a team. The chemistry from
the players was remarkable."

Playoffs begin on Thursday in Vernon.
At 3 p.m., Cottondale and Vernon will
face off, with Marianna Middle taking on
Chipley Rouhlac at 4 p.m.
At 5 p.m., Grand Ridge will take on the
winner of the Cottondale-Vernon game.
The championship game will take place at
6 p.m.

Brewers move

into first place

The Bay County Brewers
defeated the Calhoun County
Horsemen 16-2 on Sunday in Big
Bend Baseball League action.
With the victory, the Brewers
moved into first place in the
Western Division, improving to
5-2, a half of a game ahead of the
Washington County Bruins (4-2).
The Destin Dawgs (3-2) are
also tied with the Brewers in the
loss column, and sit in third
In the Eastern Division, the
Liberty County Diamond Dawgs
(6-1) still have a commanding
lead over the Calhoun County
Horsemen and the Gulf County
Drive, both of which are tied for
second place at 3-3.
Games between Washington
County and Chattahoochee,
Jackson County and Liberty, and
Destin and Gulf County were all
Postponed due to rain.
The games will be made up on
May 30.
In honor of Mother's Day, all
games scheduled for Sunday will
be rescheduled for June 6 as the
second game of a doubleheader.

Marianna Middle hosts baseball banquet


The Marianna Middle School
baseball team brought closure to
their season with a banquet honor-
ing their players, coaches, and
others involved in their program
on Thursday night.
The banquet was held at
Evangel Worship Center.
The Bullpups ended with a per-
fect 15-0 season, with a confer-
ence championship win over the
Grand Ridge Indians.
The Bullpups outscored their
opponents 171-35, while record-
ing four shut out.victories.
Marianna Middle School head
coach and athletic director Hunter
Nol9n began the evening with
special thanks to those who made
the program a success.
"I'd like to thank everyone who
played a part in this year's suc-
cess, and I hope I don't forget any-
one," he said. "Dr. Westbrook has
been awesome. She has backed
our program and supported us
from the get go. Ricky Miller,
enough said. He's supported our
program from its beginning.
"My two assistant coaches this
year, Troy Clemmons and Dustin
Miller, they came out every day
and worked with these guys, and
were a tremendous help to me. I
couldn't have done it without
"And the parents and players
were all great, worked hard, and

Marianna Middle School baseball coach Hunter Nolen, left,
announces co-Most Valuable Player awards for, from right, Reid
Long and Jonathan Sikes, during the MMS baseball banquet on
Thursday night. - Contributed Photo

supported everything we had to do
and played great team ball. A great
big thank you to Evangel for
allowing us the use of their facili-
ty for this fine banquet."
Topping off the evening was the
presentation of individual awards.
Dequarius Baker was named as
the Most Improved Player of the
Year. Taking home the Offensive
Player of the Year award was Reid
Long, who batted .652 on the sea-
The Defensive Player of the
Year award went to Jonathan

Sikes, who was a versatile player,
stepping up to play shortstop, first
base, pitcher and, center field.
He also boasted a .634 batting
The Pitcher of the Year award
went to Tyler Colson, who started
the first game and also pitched a
winning game against a junior
varsity squad.
Kody Bryan was the recipient
of the John Hudson Hustle Award.
The Most Valuable Player hon-
ors were shared this year by
Jonathan Sikes and Reid Long.

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Twin turkeys

Pictured left is Kody Bryan after shooting his first turkey
with his dad, Patrick Bryan, pictured right. After Kody
bagged his first turkey, Patrick soon followed suit by bag-
ging his own turkey on the very same hunt. -
Contributed Photo

2B " Wednesday, May 5, 2010 * Jackson County Floridan


Chipola Baseball
The Chipola Indians
will begin play in the
FCCAA Gulf District
Baseball Tournament on
Thursday in Lakeland.
Chipola, the
Panhandle Conference
runner-up, will take on
Palm Beach State at 9
a.m. CST.
If the Indians win,
they'll play again on
Friday at 4 p.m. against
the winner of State
College of Florida and
St. Johns River.
A loss, and the Indians
will play the loser of that
game at 9 a.m. on Friday.
The tournament will
run through Monday
when the championship
game will take place.

Chipola Softball
The state champions
Chipola Lady Indians
will begin play in the
NJCAA Division-I
Softball Championship
on May 20 in St. George,
Utah. The tournament
will conclude with the
championship game on
May 22.'

Optimist Park
After two days of rain-
outs, recreation baseball
and softball will get back
in action on Thursday at
Optimist Park.
At 5 p.m., Malone and
Rotary will play in
O'Zone league action,
with Marianna
Orthepedic Clinic facing
Alday & Howell
Engineering in AAA,
and Dodgers playing the
Cubs in Machine Pitch.
At 5:30 p.m., Rahal
Miller will face Zaxby's
in Dixie Boys, with
Grand Ridge/Mets, and
Angels/Yankees also
meeting in Machine
Pitch. Red Sox/Rangers
and Braves/Indians are
the 5:30 p.m. matchups
in Tee Ball.
At 6:30 p.m., Kiwanis
takes on Regions in
Dixie Boys, Grand Ridge
plays Zaxby's in
In softball, there will
be three 5:30 p.m.
games, with Peoples
Funeral Home playing
Fast Lane Computers in
Angels action, Zaxby's
facing Alford in
Ponytails, and Diamond
Divas taking on the
Panthers in Darlings.
At 6 p.m., Chipley will
face Marianna in Belles.

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The Tigers didn't have a
junior varsity team last year
due to small numbers, but
Wertenberger said he
believed that would not be
the case in 2010.
The coach said he regret-
ted not being able to have a
junior varsity down the
road, saying a JV squad was
beneficial to individual
players as well as the pro-
gram as a whole.
"If a young man can't
start on varsity, he definite-
ly needs to be able to play
on JV," Wertenberger said.
"It's more important to get
the game experience.
"(Not having a JV pro-
gram) affects you down the
road since kids don't get
that game experience. They
can practice with the varsity
and get better that way, but
you get something by play-
ing in the games that you
don't get anywhere else."
The Tigers will conclude
the spring with an exhibi-
tion game against Freeport
on May 25 in Graceville at
7 p.m.
Wertenberger said it is his
custom to treat the spring
game as he would any other.
"As far as the outcome,
coaches always say that we
want to win any game,
regardless of when it is," he
said. "That's the most
important part, but we also
want everyone to do their
best and do well in the
game. But we've still got so
much to learn on offense
and defense."

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residential for rent for Rent I Trailers Trailers
Border Collie pups,
Reg. 334-886-2524. 3/2 MH on Ham Pond . . 14' Nrew Enclosed v
$300 and up. Rd in Sneads CH/A, Carg Trailer will sell lawn care incl. $450 i f or $2200 or trade , --
Chihuahua Pupp+dep. 850-592-4625 . or an RV ' Travel. .
Chihuahua Puppies Trailer, 5th wheel/. '
First Shots & wormed 3/2 Very clean, nice '9.'04 with slide and
$300 Call Anytime locaion, $600/mo + 1979 Randall Craft Bayliner '06 185 Sailboat '76 C tairl n pay d rerence. 850-
[ Found 334-803-4144 Apartments- dep, lease req. 850- Mobile Homes/ Fiberglass 16' Bass Purch. new in'07 30', 2 cyl. Yatmar die- 482-5631/557-7332 Conquest 05' 29f.L
Free Pitbu Furnished 638-7822 Lots for Rent Boat W/70 hp force v6, 190HP inboard sel eng., Very low hrsles 8 lots ofev
Free Pitbull mix pup- Engine w/ trim, engine.sports seating less than 250. Roller rr .. l [K rri oef e-
FOUND: Well main- pies. Call Mike 850- c $4 gets you int a trolling motor, new ext' swim platform furling bimin head Vrae 33498arr-4nr62
tained Dachsund on 573-1804 1/1 Furn. Effiency 3/2. New re-m od. Ig Spacious RV lot avail, carpet, 2 sw ivel/ oe s w tfors . o fi ng, bi m he ad . .- r, e 334 i98-4462
50wod &Two Egg carport. NO PETS 0 2/2 C'dale 850-249- $265. mo, wkly rates seat &2 cruising 334-699-7070 Harbor slip 8-6. 334- -
SMOKING $475 850- 4888 avail. 5 mi's S. of RCC seats, new Marine 673-0330. REDUCED
S.544-0440, Iv msg C off 231. 334-718-7576 battery. Exc. Cond. CROWNLINE '07, 210 $13,900. 213 ." .
Gen.ra t ces .. Edew.:,od ApIs 1 BR 2BR 1BA MH in $2,300. Call 464-8514 Bowrider w/wake 2007 34 ft. 5th r.
S dupile, . pts. Fr.~ C'dale, $425 MobileHomes board tower. 350mag COPPER CANYON BY
ar ge 2352F25'class 2, $28,000.334-470-8454 bright & spac. g. vg.
3280 4+2 is $38,500 FV, 25' ashmn 40 ft.
59>4193Homes, MH'S, You Move. Home is a 5L Mercruiser, Escort -. . - " area, built in cab- Dutchmen 40 ft.
Duplexes, Apts, must see. Was $1K trailer, depth finder CROWN LINE '07, 210 - nets, TV & built in ravel Trailer'06
lDuplex Section s,8& new. 2006 Model Call and GPS. All mainte- Bowrider w/wake radio & DVD,
Frut ..Ve ble.. Llr| urnihed Lots Available Brad 850-763-7780 nance up to date, in board tower. 350mag w/surround sound, 38B-DSL, Sleeps 8,
Sru ble greater and 300hp, like new, Seacraft, 89 20 g. Bd/rm, king bed 2 Slideouts, Loaded,
850-482-4446 3 Singlewides star ready to take out $28,000. 334-470-8454 Center Console, boat, w. storage, dbl. close - Like new. $20,500.
S'p for re r, ing at $13,900; 16X80 now. $19,950. motor & trailer, 95 ets, built in chest 334-406-4555
Sawyer's Produce ra r Call -,r Sm 2/1 Located btwn with Fireplace 337-794-0609 Fisher'01 Hawk 18 225HP Johnson Mtr, drawers, priv. bath,
Has Fresh Pro-luc? ,iI F.lj i I.2 .87-59 GR & Sneads water/ $17,900 Call Brad foot, Class 2, with - Dual Axle Tr. w/ w/ stool. shower & ,
No c..:.rra garb incl $350/mo 850-763-7780 2008 Boston Whaler 115 Mercury out- brakes,wh., runs Iink a.inerte-. iu r 4 .
SDrri h $350/mo 850-763-7780 Bo505730308 ston Whaler board motor with well, very clean, r,,ce 29.5ic i,00 1
a rythngs 3u19 Sqell': P ftV-- 557 Ch30 3/ 5 - 1M Ho recatin Mercury Verado 135 trolling motor, ac- 334-791-4891.
Going!Out'..fBu5r P7-8 We .rkP 1 i Chi:.- 190 M c trailer, 2 fish finders, Great cond. $5,900. 4906 or 334 '7-2 M0v0 1P r - -
Bldg. Restaurant Of inParks w/fishing, cushion & AM/FM radio, on B
fice Equipment, . Hay&Grain WELCOME HOME Mercury electronics board charge, cover, Seado RXP '05, Jet A.lg $38,'500 Fifthwheel '90 King
Shed, FurnishingsWILLOWBEND packages, lighted very wll keptinder Ski. 60hrs, very hhel
Shed, Furnishngs, APARTMENTS Rent to Own: 2 & 3BR live well, stereo w/ shelter. $14,000. 33446551100 Of The Road Vry
t". May t th & Bahia seed for sale 8505935137 MH's. Lot rent incl. CD player, "bimini" 685-7319 cover inc. $5500 850- Se 31 Long In
tion". May 7th, 8th &eo e Have&2BRApts For details 850-557- sun top w/boot, -- Slide. 31' Long. $6K In
9th- 10:00 A.M @ exc. germination Have 1&2BR Apts. Fo dataIs 850557 sun top w/ boot,5
2849S. Madison St., KenallCooper Rent starting at $481 3432/8508146515 swim platform w/ Fisher 07' 527-4455 017
Mariann, FL 32448- 334703 4- This Institution is an ladder, full boat cov- minum Bass Boat 40 ra 99 273
Cash Only! (850)899- 775-3749 ext. 102, Equal Opportunity realestate ATVs galvanizedtrailer Mercury 4 stroke, Intimidator, 17ft bass FEETWOOD'05
Cash Only (85)89 775-349 ePxto.0ider and with breaks. Below low hours, loaded, Prh ,ler AXo. 5t wh, Employer TDD#711 ridetal forsale Mark2et price of only like new, $7,900.334- Jonson 1694 large Honda '07 CRF80 $28,900 Firm. 714-5860 $6500. 334-596-1694 3r eCam"05ldeU. lArgeP
varies Dirtbike, 100 hrs, (334) 618-6331 1-2-t. 3-lide- 2 A, C, $14,0 1 '00u O6 34 695-
Semployment $1000 6X12 enclosed -Gator Weld 06'S/S Supra '90 TS6M 5r5 tK G3e _, Cn5, 3340 - 687 95-
. Lost . trailer $1500 new 2008 Fisher 1754, alum. boat 40hp comp, ski/wake brd, generator, 499 334-687-7862
I -79 6- pets, Exc. Cond. Mallard '06 3oft, fully
L ' * r Beach Rentals cond. 850-447-2859 40hp mercury, 4- Tohatsu motor, trol- great shape. 520 hrs; pets, E.Cod. e Mallard 06 30ft, fully
LOST RING in Honda '91300 stroke, mtr guide, ling motor, fish find- 6700 OBO 334$34,900.334-714-4001 self contained,super
Paramores or Waco 3/2 Beach House in 4-Wheeler 4X4 trolligmtr, Hum- r,like new gar. kept. 3424. REDUCED! $34,900. 334-714-4001 l.. ined super
3/2 Beach House in L mingbird 565, TA $7,995 334-699-2503 - 'J
parking lot. REWARD' Mexico Beach, 1 blk Good cond. $2000 migb 565, TAC, $7,995 334-992503 '1 t .

On Gulf w/2 car gar ke tuned reallyouston HP Mercury Optimax. Garage Kept $5900 685-3208 EDUCED r mer
Ace Bach, tolktor ilge u p,- wll, 334-596-1694
her 30'S) married PCB. 334-790-2115 34+ ac. planted $1300. 334-389-2816 trailer. GPS, etc. Javelin - '99 19' Rene- Watkins '79 27 ft. COACHMEN '00 Wheel, 2 slides/2
couple seeks to Live-in Caregiver pines, deerturkey $8500 OBO (Day)850- gade F/S bimini 10' beam, 3'8"draft, Prospera 5th WH, Bdrms, large water,
adot aWin bedfull needed. Druacohol NHosnfuih w/rd. frontage.N. Manufactured 638-4403 (Night)850- coverexc cond 3500 ballace, 8HP '36.5', washer/dryer, sewer & gas tanks,
adopt. Will be full needed. Drug/alcohol muses Unfurnishedr of Webb. 792-0171 Homes forSale 6638-1338p Yanmor. $8,500. 334- 6500 Onon Gen. $17,000 OBO.
ed dad. Financial & Board + Salary. $9500 334-726-5909 897-2167/733-0020 $17,500: Husky 25 K (850)579-5183
Security/-Exps1BR 1BA Apt. $300 + a an e Bass Tracker 17' boat Hith $750 334 855
paid. Jessica & Pat- or 850-57-7332 dep. Sneads. 850593 homes wth Acreage Timberline & trailer, 70hp john- ProCraft 95' 20 ft. Wellcraft 88' 23 ft. Sabre by Palamino
rick 1-888-321-2381 6885 Homes son motor, tilt-n- Tournament Bass Center counsel, 225 Fourwinds '94 camp- '08, 28 ft 5th wheel
SA n w 2/2 on 4.3 acres, trim, Johnson trolling Boat 95 Johnson 115 Johnson outboard. er, 24 foot, perfect camper, 3 slides,
insurance Lg9Bcaport & y 2993 Old U.S. Rd. 549 Miotigomery Hvwy motor 12R24 volt, 2 T&T drive on trailer $4500. in electronics condition, kept under many extras, clean,
merchandise om 0 o 85- Mar.garage, 2 walk- Dothan, AL depth finders. $3000. loaded $5,500. 334- Sale $7,000. 334-235- shelter. $5995 CASH. sacrifice @ $29k 850-
oer Serv 6600 /in-closets, porches, (334) 790-1096 334-691-2335 797-8232 2995 334-794-4954 593-5675
Customer Service 482-6600 _ 4" well, $119,500 p,8, f,, 2 1 ."
SuriRep for Insurance Nicest in Marianna 850 482-5334- T"5007bat14
RidJe ic P- 8Agency FT, 1-2 area, nearly new8 2 BR with Acrea Timb rlt
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Marianna, FLi 32447 orn waterfront property 4 Bedroom. 2 Bath
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Machinery& e info call 850-258-8684- Del.,i up & AC
Heavy Equipment aes 1 2/1 in Alfordelec. 850-482-8425 Skirtinand Sieps
heat, window A/C, --$66,900
96 Bulldozier SSSSSSSSSSS $375 850- 579 - S
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P370 6way 4622/209-1664 24X60- -
Unbde age NEWSPAPER 2 &3 BR MH C'dale .3 Bedroom,2 Bath 12" Compound miter Audiovox Cruise Electric dryer- Excel Large portable dog queen hide-a-bed,
$20,000. Ooe Subscription $500&up H20/garb/ n, , Moved to Your Lot saw $200. 850-663- Control- fits most lent condition $100 carrier $40 850-482- like new mattress,
334-790-9408 Ssewer incl. http:// "RD- L 9850/5289029 any car, new in box, (850)272-5259 7888 $300 OBO 850-482-
0-98 Sales www.charloscountry . - 3,8 cmpnd mir $75 850-569-2194 - 3390
Sivmg. co. 850-258- 2002 mPALMHARR 12"t compound miter ERGONOMIC DESK- Large wrought iron
ne 4868/209-8847 72 P M HRBOR saw $200, Table saw Baby high chair w/ CHAIR BLACK $12 bird cage $50 850- Queen sz bed, cherry
Miscellaneous * Flexible Schedule c-88 . 3 Bedroom,2 Bath $50 850-663- adj. height $40 (850)592-2507 663-9850/258-9029 Head/food boards,
forSale * Big Commissions 2 & 3 BR MH's in Ma- As i- Whes 9850/258-9029 850-272-8967 aenrtim t rails. $75 850-693-
S*Training Provided 8anna ads - o $29900- 14" METAL CHOP Basketball Goal- With Frigidaire Ref. white, center $10 850-482-
(850)209,8595. -..i $29 14" METAL CHOP
SAW- 2HP W/STAND pole. Sand or water uprightw/icemaker 3390 SAND BLASTER- 40
BF Goodrich Tires Contact Jo Tate 2 or 3BR MH in LIKE NEW $50 base. $35. $275 850-693-4189 LB Capacity, pressur-
LIKE NEW 850 2 15 Grnwd ,$400-$435 Cottondale Village Apartments (850)592-2507 (850)272-5259 Fr are Magnflo perform- ized. LIKE NEW $75
LIKE NEW! 80-723-00 water/sewer/garb 4052 Old Cottondale Rd. Marianna, FL Frigidaire smooth ancemuffer $50 (850)592-2807
Size 305/65 R17 wae850r7 5 sewer/garb 4054 Cottondaa FL 1500LB HYORAULIC- Cassett deck w/auto surfacestove,white OBO 850-209-00960592-2
on nicealuminum lawncare incl. 850- 32448 850-526-4062, TDD/TTY 711 CYCLE/ATV LIFT 4"- reverse & remote $125 850-693-4189 Solid Oak coffee ta-
wheelsu Lug. $$$SS$$S SS n$$$$569-1015 Accepting applications for 1,2 & 3 BR 125 850-693-4189 Matching crib, mat- ble w/dr s
Apartments. Rental assistance. We pay 16" $75 LIKE control. $25 850-569- ble w/drawers
off 3/4 ton Chevy Apartments. Rental assistance. We pay GARAGE STORAGE tress, changing table, mag. rack $100 OBO
off 3/4on Chevy 3/2 in C'dale, no water, sewer, & trash service. NEW(850)592-2507 2194 GARAGE STORAGE 00 OBO
$950.00 3/2 in C'dale, no water, sewer, & trash service. DESK- HEAVY DUTY &'cradle. Gently used 850-482-3390
(334) 798-0674 EC I i pets, CH/A $425 850- Equal Housing Opportunity 15" Pleasure Sadie Complete infant $30 (850)592-2507 $200 850-482-7507 DRA ER
y/-_- - B258-1594 Iv message $250 850-482-3390 bedrm set, converts SOLID OAK DRESSER-
to day bed. toddler Headboard- queen MICROSUEDE 5 DRAWERS HIGH-
3/2 in Malone, $425 The New-Marianna Gardens Apartments 16" Roper Sadie $350 $200. 850-557-8341 si. Oak $ CHAIR LIKE O SE 00
Musical Instruments security neg., Section Immediate occupancy on 3 BR 850-482-3390 . NEW, BROWN $135 (850)592-2507
8 ok.850-569-9884 or apartments with subsidy available. Foot Bedroom furniture SPA- (850)272(850)592-2507SOLID OAK DRESSER-
2 Bedroom furniture SOLID OAK DRESSER
Hammond Console 850-557-3343 3070 Carters Mill Road sets$75 / $250 L 00 Infant swing, new Overstuffed Sofa, 8 DRAWERS
organ, upper nd 3/2 MH, CH/A, Mariann, FL32446 850-663-9850/258- (850)592-2507 cond.$25 850-526- good cond.$50 OBO W/MIRROR SET $300
lower manuals, 25 Water/garbage/lawn 850-482-5358, TDD/TTY 711 9029 DK BROWN KITCHEN 3426 850-482-3390 (850)592-2507
note pedal keyboard, care incl. No pets. Equal Housing Opportunity TABLE Folding sides
$1000. Call with the Cassifieds 592-829 - Entertainmentcn. 2 CHAIRS $100 Jinny Lind Crib, in Paperback books by SOLID OAK KING-
229-723-6612 850- 9 ters $50 /$250 850- 334-592-2507 box, w/new mattress Nora Roberts, like MIRRORED HEAD-
BILLY BARNES ENTERPRISES, INC 663-9850/528-9029 $75 850-526-3426 new, $1/ea 850-573- BOARD W/FRAME
IS HIRING EXPERIENCED Rocker/recliners double bed- like new - 5 2471 / $600 (850)592-2507
UtilityflailersD ir o f ic FLATBED DRIVERS2$100 (850)272-5259 Johnson 4 string Base 2
UtlityTr FLATBED Dn0 0 (8850-)27roon $, plush Guitar w/amp. Used Pine tongue & groove Square 5' x 5' w/leaf
green $100 OBO 850- Double Bed- with boards 4XI0. $150 for solid wood counter
R e ords**EXCELLENT PAY/BENEFITS 482-3390 frame. Excellent con- very little. $235 850- boards4X0.150 for solidwood counter
HALLMARK **HOME MOST WEEKENDS edition $100 (850)272- 415-1442 55 pieces. 850-693- height dining table,850-557-1394
EleTie30" PEDESTAL- AIR 5259 KITCHEN CUPBOARD- rom/evening Toddler Car Seats,
ftEncsed Traileran REQUIREMENTS: CLASS A CDL CIRCULATOR 3 SPEED Prom/evening Toddler Car Seats,
race car, inside T 1 YEAR TRACTOR/TRAILER EXPERIENCE 120V $75 (850)592- DRESSING BENCH- LT 13Dx16Wx48T free gowns, several sizes tan & navy plaid,
winch, good tires, CLEAN MVR 23 YEARS OLD 2507 OAK Padded Cushion standinghand paint- tochoosefrom clean $20/ea 850-
air condition. 7-iece Antiue wick $70 (850)592-2507 ed. $70 (850)592-2507 $40/ea 850-482-7330 526-3426
$6,000 OBO d Re rd requirements: CALL800erfurniture set $400 electric dryer- excel- Laptop- Sony Vaio, Stroller for 2, Navy, Tricycle- Radio Flyer
334-790-9408 ne (1) to three 3) ears OR COMPLETE QUESTIONNAIRE 850-663-9850/258- lent condition $110 call for details $450 new cond. $55 850- Deluxe Steer & Stroll
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TGas, El ap 35 MPG, 1 0 miles, sry edition , 16K a ... .' L' ' ... - tops, AM/FM CD, rough. $2500. OBO sunroof. 139K miles d Tax Collector
Gas, Elecoapp 1luto1 Eng6s 3 , 18600 co lt. ue r y, ndedition,016r.rason 3 -671791OTheJacksonD County
slide outqueen d, 5spd transmission, " miles, lots of chrome '.. , .F . tilt, and cruise. 3 7? 5--3- FOR 3 The Jackson County
Exc. Cond. $19,500 $9500 (334)522-3803 & extras, garage - - r od .r , P i ,. s -i.missioners exer-
OBO 334 718 48 kept. $11,000. 334 - p' Wranler - - varying de-
or718-8863 Mooney 1962 M20C HYUNDAI 08' Sonata 792-1344 Harleys -ri . T iumph' Jeew Body Work. Hulk erF . of buL, ,: dgetary
tt loadeo, Or Ty T2Sport N ii r.
TotalTime:Engine& Limited, loaded rley Ornge1200R, Vance Type) 955 Fi/ST Sport Green. Auto. 6cyl. ),ro but not ad-
awngcre' low miles, Cham- "ley Davidson 03 Hn ShortShots, Bike,carboelxh., nw 2.5"lft.wTire & I.r .c"rr, *
Motor Homes/RVs Airframe 1949 FR low miles, Chain VROD low mil, exc. & Hines Short Shots Bike carbon exh w 2.5" lif t. New Tires & --,, r , .,,,', ol trative control
S CERT. Excellent pagne, 334- 655 -0010 low il, ex braided lines, 8.900 tires, brakes, 334- i . .... r the activities of
troublefree flying. 714-8162, Great buy cond.$8,500.334- mi $7,200. 794-8037 693-9390 or 701-5588 Rims.$6200 ,,
Allegro Bay '94 34ft 334-347-5480 Hyundai 09' Sonata 0810-x *L': i I m .., . .-. Lesus ,,., ,-,.:,. CHEVY B TI rn In it .1-I i.r.:. , si: . :
Motor home. One i 4drSadan, silver, au- ,. 1,i1, i i- * '' u l '- Flat Bed Dump Truck 3,100 mi. Asking $45K
owner, excel. cond. Auto Engines/ to, Exc. cond. u under .";"; ,,: i , L - . U. ' nl L':'- I $5,500 or reasonable 334-687-3171 OUTSTANDING DEBT
garage stored, 55k Parts/M sc warr.48Km. . . ..l offer- 229-334 520 FORD - '87 F350 Buck- The County of Jack-
mi, gas engine, A/C & $11,950. 334-389- 3071 " .. -. . . - 229-296-8171 son has the following
Sga C s hc5. 48 0 ' f i 2 l' ,. 81711 et Truck, oneman, has the following
heat 6r caas/mc Orin 195 Mu Innity '973. . , 4 i R 1 t- Chevy '91 Cherokee new A/C, 30 ft reach outstanding debt as
plete bath w/tub/ tang car parts for 142,000 miles. A , TOYOTA y ,- pickup, lift gate (334) 790-8891 $3900 of September 30,
shower, TV's, sale. 334-393-9669 E 3 '-. '' co i - Rnuri- -,R . c . ?503 3- 474009:

tenna, generator, 2 airbags e el NA- HAll, DADO Toyota dor. .:roi.: wi l :
awning,cruise co- Mercedes82380SL drive. $13,'00.i 334- Honda II I:I , : . ,,,,r,-,
awM/Fbcak, system Linconngle, T1 4200 0 R O B whxc. w .il &haut ,, . '.",0ra$1K , '''iles. 48$19h,9 Ext-ab 0M" - 62-115 Contr ct w re
trol, electric step, 93K mi. H/S tops 685-0846 " i.:..:r ,,r,:,.:,n, Hines exhaust. $5800 61K miles. $19,900 - I .
luggage rack/ladder, chalk brown Jeep Cherokee Coun- . / I .r, - '-. :-. 70 334-790-9108 334-803-3577 '" FORD 'ij , L 1-,, , [.i
trailerhitch, no pets PWRS/B,windows, try 97' 4x4 white, exc. . F , , ,' 0. j Chevy ' 5 1.i .4J u Ir :u-,TrBank
or smokers previous- ant. auto, AC, up- cond. sun roof runs Trailers-Tractors I AC, loaded, reasonableoffer 229- RuralCom. Dev.
ly, $14,000.850-482- gradedsoundsytem, great CD player Hn rt BY M E! runs great $3,400. 334-8520, 229-296- USDA
4513/573-0232/573- car cover & top stor- 4,995. OBO 850-272- -- . Honda'06 CRF100 1999254AG-MA TER OBO 334-691-7111 or 8171 SunTrust Bank
0233 for more info, age rack, clean, well 0808 a '. 'J3. I1:11: 1 1999 254 AG-MASTER B334-691-71 1
or i. maintain w/rell 080Harley Davi.,dson "' , 1m. Headland YAMAHA '06 Tractor, 4 wd with 334 1768Ford '95 LTL 9000 TYPE
Concord Coachman cr Fatboy, Ex condition 334-441-5580 Roadstar 1700cc, two implements. Dodge'02 Dakota Septic Truck, 5000 p
'05 Motor Home. 23' 792-9789 Loaded, runs good, 14K miles, 1 owner,. AGua Complex
long 2700mi, Take 176K miles, wite like new. $12,800. or Black, Motorcycle. 2000. 334-22-6709 LeaterInt. Quad cab gaon capacity with
w $Cleancond. Fully new more pump. 334- W Oat Hr/atiO
over payments.850- MERCEDES '97 E320, ext, tan interior. OBO 334-692-5363 Honda '06 CTX 1300 5000 miles. Vance Cummings/Onan auto. 334-693-3980 693-5718new Water/Wastewater
593-5103 117K actual miles, $4495.334-435-0786 Harley Davidon5' Cruiser Like New HinesExhaust Sys- generator 703hrs. te
Silver/Beige excel- 4200 Mi. $6600 OBO tan. 4 helmets anduIe ,'% 310:in. , F
Cruise Master LE, $700 Lincoln '07 MKZ 334-806-1322. ged cushion. O r ,, , d-..-ie n . , 'l .I. i, .st a em
sis 8.1 gas engine, terior, leather heated mil. $13,500.334-794- Honda '06 CTX 1300 owner, garage kept. ,, ,,,, ,. E.'.T :LE .R ' L i ,J '',
22k mi., no smk,7kw Automobiles seats, ABS, side 2665 334-805-0810 Cruiser Like New Like new. $8000. :,:4 Lu,-,,, -. .ricultural Auditori-
gen. 3 s, SAT, 2 TV, 2 t airbags, 37k m, NA- HARLEY DAVIDSON 4200 Mi. $600 334-618-5833. i i , . F r ,-. ,i cultural A i-
A/C, auto leveling, R forSale DA $21,175 sell for 07' FLSTSC Springer 334 8061322 , .. . . .. . Fe i culturaL - I . Audito
E9 -1y Do$17.$11850081-0155 75Km2lesAl334886-tYamahaa'09.1300V, i6,tIN neveradt r E. -, . i r . 41airiCuitural ori-C
cam. Roadmaster $17,900 850-814-0155 classic3000K mi. Honda 06' Rebel Solid -Startouringbike, .rCustomIllu .h 3 . .O ' Ca ti
tow/brake system, Improvement Bonds
05 Jeep Wrangler Lincoln 2001 Town Black $14,000 OBO whitewinshield& 2500 miles.6,500. Trailer4x8ld -cab360Ma- 692-311 Contractw/ R v o I v n g
Unlimited, 41k mi, car, executivesilver. 254-61-4802 sade bags 2600 mi. 334-796-8174 rampcarrier uner- num4 barrel hoy Great Wide if qualify Loan/Family Dollar
slidess 5Klrmi. 4u- d s2 500. OBO 334-886 hunter enreen,
Auto air, 6 cyl, $75k '05 8 im sor vW -- i"F3326 334-714-1110 Yamaha '99 XVS1100 used, Mitsubishi '06 Raider Emergency Opera-
w/jeep,$60k without ti_ L- r_,.-. i,:,. % L ' ,I - 3 142K mi. Asking $3200 -I , , 4;ur-':, n , 'Cr.:. Cr. , Center Bond
jeep, both in great m,.- . rr. . J P ,, HONDA 06 Shadow, BO334-726-1215 or , v. L, A , , ,: i p a t o n
motio. selling d ih aeue to Clo3Candy Apple Red, 2.8 334 477-3152 FergusonNT.:,'Lik 5 t.C-."". T e11 S.,1' '13l r 1:1- r,: WsWTP .
health. 850-352-2810 30cI -r . " $,3- Cct M d LIKE NEW0,0:2. 347 5 i '-I . Il _ t .u'_ . ...
Dutchman'07,828' BUY M E! l $5,300 29334-8520. Scooters/Mopeds . 1rd t:,I .' ' "I- 'II
travel trailer. King sz ' Mercury ',I ii ,l, aLr . aRL -ii, i -,-17-2- rr-,, -,. ' 0,
in :,iumr,''.. .08 1200 Sportst,.444 Bike.
ersli deout/BR heat& . , _ nr nfilo .n. $ 08.1200 Sportster HondaDirt LBike '05 Scooter, 90mpg, r[,, V. I, mlr- Ir.: :. rn, Lt.. I .- r i a . *. pr
aHm ter.,3a, s-,. BMW: r 3 0:l0 , da.-7 i9,T,75:2 . Custom, 108 miles, CRF 250R04', FMF 49cc Heavy Duty, n,rfi -n. :lun, ,ionf db t
$10000r,,-''n 'n "o'- Fe.. CDI L LAC ,a H LikeY nD exauet. f Like new, row miles, o ,,i.mlr l , l. End e , rmi. REDUCED S45.0 OBO BA:DN p"-'""r'!'22. ei
,.91.lC'7 Ya l I . $8 400,334- 702-4778 tr334-7 -00 O Must see, $1200 OBO Je, ,0). Halonyoa ut- s arr
irr i' a r H ,) $8,400, 334-704 334-897-0582 850-482-7739 1a �.l 421393 5 To R il . dr si . .
299; SpngCrF-.I.F ird. " . ---Electra GlideTClassicto LsB, 65a,,r. ,o,-b.', $n15,000
,,'i.,:r. A Nissan 5 3: . Electra Glide Classic,' , Ford 00 Ranger, 101K silver $15,900,000
6r- 81. GNissan ' 4000 miles, 1 year ri. 140hp, exc. miles, manual, new silver $15900 $2,014,000
i8132t5' 129 Roadl~o.r ,'rwr,:, Lrn. arrenty left. . ,: ..,.hv $12,100. obo tires. $4400 OBO. 334-803-3001
Whlil 1 , , 1:$17 000.334-618-4430 . 2005 :ld , t , .�i i ,ul,,'ator sold sep. ?34 693 . 5 SCOPE OF THE PRO-
Fleetwd.a r'? . ' $17,00007. 334-618-4430 -,h.,v- 7.', Ilveyad m34.r s Legal Ads f m POSED FINANCING
fbp, wk. horse, 8.1 new parts. Runs 79 Harley David son 1986I :,.:.C so Coun
FTic Crus 37 ft Harey Davwidson 1986 7Y.j. . oGand r,.dy , , -.nb d Cr The Ja tksonF C ty,
gas, 5,900 mi. $100k great! only $4500 call Nissan '05 Altima, 2.5 _FLTC w/ side car. S :.- _ .Florida Gas Tax Reve-
OBO 334-898-1201 334-790-1559 before 8 S, 5 speed, 32k mi. exc. cond.$10500. K Drifter, garage kept, Chevrolet , - .,:,r LegalNotices nue Bonds, Series
by'ulfSrem.a,,lI'1''...,LI.ED 334 794 5 or3805-0810 13K, runs great, extra Avalanche LT, Super T.-_ , r,,-,,: 0 will have
SI.i w3 -seat & saddle bags, nice,fully loaded. 1 nur, r,:,,. .1ar tLF14950. p con d revenues
'7 . ra ' .L "S 3IrE Nissan -.. AIni. . . r..l-in, new pipes $18,5000 ., ri. ,s cou t
4-p. l ac:r, .:. r -inroi. o r - . i .. ni, xtra's $4000 334-701-4243 229-758-3146 or 229- Ford '06 F50.D l. REQUEST FOR (i) Constitutional
r -1 'Lr^ 411,-Fod0 l POOA Fuel Tax pursuant to
SFies graa-F~~t- (34 3 . ..6 A .. ") of x 7 4-750-6237 4 la- :l-6. it. l-cT mi. Article XII, Section
T OGA , ..' , r' -- ,,HOiiaT s w .i.' 10 \ Ya . H '04650 E *3 -'.. : n r,. For Banks and 9(c), (ii) Ninth-Cent
Mle s. 693-5O4 hom 5e3. 1"-:4 .'.-',65,L LR 5:,miles A. Under writers Fuel Tax pursuant to
Georgieboy*95 ai .'' '. J..10 Hoi. all 334-790- F.:r..j i:i FIi' sLT April.30, 20n0I Section 206.4(l)(d),
pursuit 42K Miles. 6934Convience Pkg, Sun- Ha ev Davdson 1989 .J :, - r 5 p.m.,:r.-v.. ' selfcontained, clean 2003 Toyota Camry roof, Alloy Wheels, Softa Springer High- r i'. fuel., r- tlu- PROJECT 0910-28 pursuant to Section
ready to go. $11,500 XLE V-6, 75Kmiles. All Push Start, 40k mi. ICutr-,i-d AT' - . ..r. [4.h 206.41(b), Florida
478-731-0194 power, sunroof, $15,800 334-685-6233 'I 1 I h ._0 .~7".-..- Chevy ui T.aho , m, pr-.r. C. "I-J.iS 0 INTRODUCTION Statues.
Monoco Knight '06, AM/FM cass.6 CD Hawley.i.l, ,T,,. "-Fc , rNew ,, 6f Trhr 3347;146999 The Jackson County
Save $25K or more. Disc Changer, Red. Nissan '08 Sentra, Harley ',..,,,n -: r , 1-: - used once, 7000 Board of County Appendix A to this
RIs/C rrs rwre_ ed $.50 FORDo 07.-35059L Board f Cont
Diesel, 4 slides,4300 Asking $10,000. Call 4DR., like new! $200 Si-r ' GVWR,2axels pd FORD 07F350,5.9L Commissioners (the RFP is
mi, many upgrades 334-796-1513 or 334 down, $229/mo.Caill n 11 H wre S. 5 4694 $1935 asking $1600 DSLCrewCab K o is s eekin oere tae re
159 te700. 850-8- 693-2099 ask for Ron Ellis 714-0028. .cl850-59-22 miles, $29,00 di coverage table re
$159,700.850-866- 693-2099eas fo Rono Ellis714-00- proposals from fecting these
2774 Chase. Plymouth '95 Voyag Kawaak Vulan Che695-7769, 695-7770 sad under pledged revenues
C5,, AC, D rie i M t I rh ls u nder writ-0le dgedo sn uee s
Phaeton, 07' 40ft.4 2004 Blue RX8, en, AC, CD, cruise wmowto'r-- , se - , ..3,S.-t,. power, 141KTmiles. r1,3c s D ens tpurohase a sin- and expected debt
slide-outs, 15K mi. 4 doors, moonroof, control, newmotor. , -, underwrite a service 334-618- -.the Gas
350 CAT diesel, custom rims, new 1700 334-405-3130 1 " 7381/334-702-4394 Chrysler 0 OBO i Vsg e sr. C ta rev- Tax Revenue Bonds,.
35 58KA dmilsnetl,.. BM.rc w/)%r 3er. er/3 7 t043 Ch(s) flr Series 2010. These
Allison 6spt. 7.5 diesel tires, 55k miles, t great r.u. .rr) ap-
gen. 4dr, frig w/ Cond., wonderful car, PONTIAC 1965 t5 "' , i. Ford '06 Expedition m a t e en o
icemaker, W/D in asking $11,000. Call Tempest 4 donor $I.:.... ..:. ' 0. . Black 36K Rear Air 07$Ra.n 0'rerhe -,Im r: 7F ._ 1,f .i nl with a 10in pledged o any
motion satellite dish, Rachel or Jay with 326 engine 3rd Row Seat, Leath- $19 OFord '07 Ranger :r I,.:r final m- of the County's out-
rear& side cameras, 334-393-9959 Runs real Good HarleyDavidson2000 Red �,I r..iia6.i ,7' er $22K Neg. Like 2832 automatcV-6 turit.The proceeds standing debt. The
condition.3000., 1200 Sporser, 5,400 Nija Like New 250R New334-718-0087 30,000 miles, of this financing.will Board prefers not to
Home theaters. BMW'05,325Sedan, 334-797-285 miles, buundy w/jacket 3,500 mi. Excellent, $9800. fund the construction fund a debt service
Leather eurorecline Blue w/tan leather, w/wind , e 3,995. 334-6923211 GMC ' immy, Trucks-Heavy Duty 334-790-7959 and improvement ofreserve fund. The
desk, King bed, 36k mi, one owner, Toyota 05' Prius 43K bags, crash bar, Leave Mess great cond., $4200 certain roadways in bond resolution will
Brake-Buddyin adl OBO 850-526-2491 FORD '07 Sports Trac, Jackson County, Flor- allow for additional
$58. ftow no paint work, miles, light bli e in adult operated $6500. Suzuki '08 GZ250, ask for Tom 2006 Jeep Wrangler V-6 fully loaded, id(the " County "). parity bonds that
car. Garage stored. $18,700 334-685-6233 color good cond. 334-390-0220 withe s e Wrangler lIda (the County"). pay bened ta
Many other options,. ' with extended n i , white, lessthan 20 $20,500 OBO 229-861- may be issued if
$160,000. CADILLAC '06 DTS $14,500. 334-596-4902 HARLEY DAVIDSON warranty $2800. GMC '00 Jimmy, PW/ miles, like new, must 2714, 229-309-1890 BACKGROUND pledged revenues
334-797-3617. Ex. cond., leather Toyota'07Yaris, less 2003, 1200Sportster 334-791-0701 PL, AC, $37ry00 OBO Ca 334-393-2215,000. in mo -
792-5333_/68-72 beige int. conditioni, $3700 OBO Call 334-393-2289 Henry Cobb Jack pol otitica l--rn temsr
Pointseats,4dr, beigeint. than 40k miles, un- 00thanniv. edition. ,. BUY M E! political subdivision cent 12 months ex-
Point e Dmon fully loaded. $12,900. der warranty. 10,500 L i - . .,, - .. .. .' Chevy04Silverado of the State of Flori- ceed 1.25 times the
Daybreak '05 32' 334-701-1836 OBO. 334-806-8898 or ,:.Sil -0 7.:,.37.l""" Isuzu 7'7 P:,d -i, ,r cb LT leather, de, pursuant to the existing and addi-
sMotorhoie 15,50 i Harley7i tan -'.- p_- r -i r r,iaredi seats, loaded FORD'08 F250 provisions of Section tional debt service.
pckg, 5.,5KW Gen. ' --nri. r i,5k mi.$11,300. 334- DIESEL,DVD 95,000 11.45, "Florida Stat- The County has no
Fullypckg 5.5 KW Gen.o t. t,,rU r.Iai. ,-: 6.r'LC.52 i"M OB1iI. 2. ',1,39 miles, 4 door, auto- utes. It is governed current plans to s
334-687-3171 0 -'th Wh. - r Jeep ',WEt'r .L" LS -IKmi. ext. warr. Like New condition, Board of County
6 c vlinid,,t:, .P I . 1,color, exc. cond. BLUE exterior, TAN Commissioners Copies of the Coun-
Scenic Cruiser 37 ft. Harley Davidson '95 v.h,.I I,;.,. rl'- Ir-,--.-r windows & interior, 4WD, ABS, elected by district- ty's FY 2004 to FY
by Gulf Stream 99' Cadillac' rE Lir Suzuki'- 08 MSOZ Si n rp,:punr g i dors, bedliner a/c, alloys, am/fm, wide vote for over- 2008 audits ad FY
ImmaculfateLam 9 OWhi.a T - 3 l ver& Black, 2.5K AC, AM, FM, CD, 32" $16,500. 334-701-3790 CD, cruise, driver lapping four-year 2009 to FY 2010 budg-
loaded w/ options New tires, imspar., , r t miles. Excellent con- tires, 1 owner. 111K airbag, leather int., terms. ets are available by
must see!! comes $6,100.00 ranty, great gas mile- 653344-2044 edition windshield, miles, very good Chevy '07 Z-71, crew passenger airbag, PL, In addition to the contacting the Coun-
with '07 Jeep. Dothan 334.793.76F3 ran. l.oadied $1n.500 H-irley Davidson '96 detachable saddle- condition. $8,900 cab, oversize tires. PS, PW, sun roof, Board of County ty's financial advisor.
$58.5i'0 8,I, 9 3.', , , , -BO 776..5 .,2F5 r a2, oiroy, red&white, bags.$4,000OFIRM. OBO. 913-660-4500 Camotrim. Exhaust. tow pkg.$28,000 Commissioners, The FY 2009 audit is
;i i-_ , miles, great (334)585-6566 (Dothan) lots of xtras 77K mi. (229)942-0667 there are five elected not expected to be
TIOGA 04 M ,r , - Volkswagen ',S a - r ape, $8500 Call Brady 334-405- constitutional offi- available until mid to
Home 20l ) , id.,,, '-- r- '' - "i o ". l e42. YAMAHA '08 V-star JEEP 1987 Wrangler 9027 FORD 1956 F-100 cers performing spe- lateJune, 2010.
e7293ml-4- ie. .,IIPC. Io- - 250, Burgundy, 4x4, ac, ps, ac, at, S. Window, 351w, Au- cifically designated
Gen$31 00r . .i 8..clea, n~- a " -- 16.i0 i Qa4a . 7.a Honda 88'Magna Low miles! Like new! new engine/trans/ Chevy '67 C10$1200 to, nice driverorhot- governmental func- Gollahon Financial
$31.0O0 1 6879663 249:.,r 3--14.-. if5 Runs Good, $2,500. Asking $2,695., tires, hard top. 792- OBO Or consider rod, 4sp set-up avail tions: Clerk of the Services, Inc. is.sery-
_On- 334-790-5025 334-693-5454 8018/792-8827. $5800. trade 334-522-4380 $7,500. 334-701-4243 ing as Financial Advi-
LT, Maroon with gray 8-e.Ele Bui
,:..nv.rua3ie ,'ui.
TOW DOLLY interior, 4 cylinder, La ahrr .' - r-,
Heavy duty one, XM radio, CD, onstar, S1 3. 7ui 7'!3-.;I. -i 51- 1
steerable sunroof, 15,000 miles. . -'s Ri. ls-, i-
$800080 $16,500. 334-797-0987 -1. lu- l. Fi .
3347014243 Chew '03 Caviller .jtli;Ie rel,,,. nvew
RVs/Campers wrecked $350. Good . lr.. ,.-,e. ri, e
drive train, NOT & out. I I9h. og ; '--"
Wanted div DRIVABLE 334-677- o-e-a. $W2.7)1 .
7748 3..l347-. l "
5th 06 Fletood 2 Chevy '71 El Camino,
slides, With 07' 350 Engine, $75Q00Q
Silverado 250 work 850- 594-3282
truck as package 7s. '.
lpayoff$37,000 Corvette 02' Conver- - *
tible auto, 405 HP
COACHMAN 98' Class 12-CD changer w/ - -
C Motorhome, 30' Bose sound sytsem. - .
low mileage, excel- 58K mi. Black w/
lent condition. 334- black leather.
792-5333/618-1726 $18,000. 334-299-3739 '06 HO Dyna Wide _ ig Seeftto agcesOffered _ __________________
REDUCED Montana Glide-FXDWG. Black. Bulldozing SelfStorage ServicesOffeNred Recycling Self storage
'05 5th Wheel, 4 Like new. customs.
slides, king bed, 6600 mi. $12,900. 404- _ _ _ _ 1 ' NIriann
exc. cond., $28,000 578-1482 jeff@ IgHEWETT' - MARIANNA I'' - th.rann
850-547-2808 .;,,.�')..,. lt,, . .,I I" n - n,

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transportation Corvette '81 Bouleard C50- Red Alum, nuni RoMETA
Automatic 350 and black, 9k miles, Fa ILGUNs I", R
original er, ea for cruising, o Grader, Pan .AleMovemPoatun',SiraL:. NG, .
i $6000. OBO - ocket c d P rilis e

(Silvr sl isB 4,500. 334-791-2277 * Exaiator p' IhlE DD Mi HAPPY HOME/ 1',, ' I, ll.,l
irs Is 2 8334-774-1915 2009 Yamaha R6- . Dump T uck Li B ,' iR* ceramic Tile IEE
only 1,150 miles. iBulldozer 30 Yeas in Business
Datsun '78280Z2+2, Boughtnew, barely mA INT ,,T N. lItt

rust, runs butneeds Also have small Joe Retention Ponds a d ( s 01 e
e i P Drve work. $2500 OBO 850- Rocket jacket and _
0Suomly helmet fB or ndi A e Prep Hom e i Hm & d Bulldozing Handymae n Services improvement Lawn ServiceI

t Lreo PL2 579- 2136 Iv msg wom., ans. Quality cabitry Appointments Available
extra. 334-790-6146 'Leveling
call Ma LX, loaded, 55K or 334-791-2277 ,Leveling HOME

0318. $24,500 obo. new tires, $2995. remodeling M/C* VISA * DISCOVER ,Ig ' 1AC19 Z4/7SepPlY g BY H OMEm
03 American Star36' miles, drives like a Top Soil. � Fill Dirt KI TCHEN Inc. HA PY
5th Wheel; 2 slides/2 dream. $8700321- '92 Goldwing, 60keGra, "Beautific
Bdrms large water, 231-6363. miles, red,exc. paint Gravel REMODELING Ceramic5 Tile REPAL
sewer & gas tanks, Ford 2s000Expeition r lg . 5 Land Clearing FEATURING Vanities/Sinks 25 Years Experiencent ntn
quad batteries. Black, Third Row $7000 850-44s-291s Ahays Sale... Counter Tops Floor To Roofn
2,00 OBO. Seat, CD Civhanger Sine 1 0 I E WE OFBig Or Small JobsWARAN A

Honda'91Accord Steve Hatcher 334- RoadKin Police, Sice 196 0 L E850-526-8367 Tile *DNeaw FFiR EEEsTIMArESFORpROJECTs H. lfdlie, Ji:
(850)579-5183 $4500334-393-9613 Big Dob 06' md# Tile New FIxtures WELCOME
Mastiff 14 50nnK mi CABINETS Natural Stone (850) 593-658
WILLYS JEEP. OFF mile ii h (Aage & oodAllcondition. 2 Fe) Adesives Call Rand ame Day
SFordc' TrurJ. i roun i r Handy Emiergency Service (850) 693-1360

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F. F, i ,' ., .5.[. Ir-' ..H. ,.'., Old-To-New Sales & Installation M/, vis, Dl..oveArccrptedI ,: :FE Don't waste
Putplr ,, 'r'''- 'r'RR28281''7 oO your time.
C Ite Put over 30yr. nv. T#081026ir - In urwed : 5 se Mine!
Kihn owner, 102k miles, circuit pipe V/force e Design EpeBordene to 850-693 0i

CT YOUR AD 17" alloy wheels, reeds super fast ab- Soior AellI or
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6B - Wednesday, May 5, 2010 * Jackson County Floridan


Chase ends in accident and arrest

S ili: Ri:i'ORI

A pursuit that began in
Graceville ended with the
arrest of the fleeing
motorist in neighboring
Holmes County, and the
discovery that the suspect
was wanted in another
state on robbery charges.
According to a press
release from the Holmes
County Sheriff's Office,

the Graceville Police
Department is expected to
file charges against.
Mississippi resident
'Kenneth Earl Macon, 29,
later this week. The Florida
Highway Patrol may also
be preparing charges
against Macon, according
to the release.
Meantime, Macon is fac-
ing multiple charges in
Holmes County as a result

of the vehicle pursuit. They
include aggravated fleeing,
and attempting to elude and
giving false information to
a law enforcement officer.
According to the press
release, a Graccville officer
tried to pull over the blue
Ford SUV Macon was driv-
ing, as he was westbound
on State Road 2.
The SUV continued into
Holmes County, however,

where deputies there joined
the chase near the Noma
Officers were also
unable to stop the SUV ini-
tially, and the pursuit con-
tinued another four miles
before it struck an oncom-
ing vehicle.
With the SUV disabled,
deputies were able to arrest
Macon.. He allegedly gave
officers a false name,

according to the press
release. Investigators
learned his real name, and
that warrants existed for his
arrest on an armed robbery
Authorities say the
Holmes County
Emergency Medical
Services team attended to
and medically cleared the
people in the vehicle struck
by'the SUV.

A lesson in saving for students


Two employees of the
Bank of Bonifay traded in
their balance sheets for
blackboards last week, to
participate in the Teach
Children to Save program
initiated by the American
Bankers Association
Education Foundation.
For 14 years, the Teach
Children to Save program
has partnered banks with stu-
dents for lessons on the
importance of saving.
Shanin Price and Ardanda
Parrish, of the Bank of
Bonifay, gave presentations
to second grade classrooms
at both Golson and
Cottondale Elementary last
Price says the two focused
their lesson around a "money
tree," in order to allow for
students to actually visualize
the growth associated with
saving money.
"The basic concept was to
show the students how well
their 'money tree' grew with
the more 'money leaves'
they put on it," Price said.
"We also shared with the
kids that it is OK to spend



A rainy late April week-
end forced the Sneads
Carlisle Rose Garden Club
tc-re-schedule its annual dog
It's now set for May 15,
with registration at 4 p.m. for
owners and their competing
animals. It will be held at the
Sneads High School football
There are three categories
of competition: prettiest,
best-dressed, and the look-
alike division, where both
animals and owners are
judged to determine which
owner-pet pair looks most
like each other.
Club Vice President Bill
Peavy talked about the kind
of show participants and
spectators can expect. Mutts,
he said, are more than wel-
come, as well as their pedi-
greed brethren.
"This is not the
Westminster Kennel Club,

Cottondale Elementary
School second graders
Kasey Lathan and Java
Henderson raise their hands
to ask some questions about
banks during a program
about money put on by the
Bank of Bonifay Friday. -
Mark Skinner / Floridan

your money, as long as you
always keep a little saved
Children participated in
the presentation by adding
money leaves to the tree, and
explaining different ways
they could have earned the
money - chores, good
grades or birthday gifts.
After all the leaves had
been added to the tree, Price

and Parrish discussed with
students how saving makes
the tree grow.
"Another important lesson
we focused on was the dif-'
ference between wants and
needs," Price-said. "Children
have a hard time distinguish-
ing between the two, as we
all do sometimes, so that was
another main focus of the
Students initially had trou-
ble deciphering between the
two, but by the end of the
lesson the children were able
to tell the difference, Price
said Tuesday.
Following the day's les-
son, the students were able
to put their new knowledge
to the test, by purchasing
items with their money
leaves at a pretend store,
Bob's Country Store.
According to Price, most-
students purchased more
"need" items than "want"
items, which made the les-
son a success.
"It was a truly a pleasure
to work with the children at
both schools. The interaction
was well favored and we feel
the children completely
understood what we there to
show them," Price said.

dog show rescheduled

this is the Sneads Dog Show, out and get to know the club
where mutts are welcome, a little better.
where kids and adults can Peavy said there's some-
come out with the pets they thing of a crisis afoot - the
-love and have a little fun," he membership is "aging out" a
said. bit, with most now getting a
First prizes will be award- little too old to do the hard
ed in each of the three divi- labor in the gardens that
sions, in three size categories means so much to them.
- small; medium and large. He's hoping for some
The entry fee for partici- "new blood and fresh legs"
pants is $10. in the immediate future.
Spectators get in to see the The annual membership
show for $5 each. dues are $15 per member; a
A refreshment stand will paltry sum, he said, when
be open throughout the after- one considers the benefits of
noon. fellowship and the satisfac-
This is the club's 'only tion of knowing one has been
annual fundraiser, and the of service to the community.
money raised goes to help The club meets once a
the club beautify the city. month in the town's log
It has planted roses on the cabin meeting center at
campus of . Sneads noon, January through May,
Elementary School, roses on with a summer break in June,
the grounds around the post July and August, and picks
office, and at various points back up to finish the year
throughout the community. with meetings September
Peavy said the club is through December. For more
looking for more members, information on the club or
and the dog show might be a the dog show, call Peavy at
good opportunity to come 592-2012.

I Legal Notices |
sor and Bryant Miller
Olive P.A. as Bond
Counsel. Bond Coun-
sel will draft the nec-
essary legal docu-
ments and render a
tax opinion on the
Proposals must ad-
dress the following:
1. Company Over-
views Provide a brief
history of your com-
pany, its resources,
current financial sta-
tus and recent or
pending lawsuits or
regulatory actions (3
page limit).
2. Personnel: Include
names, titles, ad-
dresses (including e-
mail), phone and fax
numbers and brief
resumes of those
available to serve the
Board (3 page limit).
3.Fees and Expenses:
Provide a detailed
description (each
component) of your
not-to-exceed fees
and expenses to pur-
chase or underwrite
the proposed reve-
nue bondss. The
Board will pay the
fees of the Financial
Advisor, Bond Coun-
sel and the Board At-
torney. Banks' and
Underwriters' Coun-
sel (include the
names of your top
two choices) will be
paid by the proposer
and their' fee should
be included in the
proposer's expenses
(2 page limit).
4.Interest Rates: The
financing shall be at
a fixed rate of inter-
est for the 10 or 12
year life of the fi-
nancing. Principal
and interest shall be
paid semi-annually
beginning on Decem-.
ber 1, 2010. (5 page
limit including ap-
pendices B and C).
On appendix B (10
year) and Appendix C
(12 year) provide in-
terest rate quotes as
of 4:00 pm (eastern
time), May 11, 2010
as follows:
- Quote a fixed rate
$10,080,000 tax-
exempt bond(s) as
described above. In-
dicate if this rate is
locked at the submis-
sion of the proposal
for a period of time
or tied to an index
and fixed prior to the
closing. If the rate is
tied to an index,
identify the index
and the formula or
spread to determine
the final rate. Bond
Counsel will give a

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I legal Noti.e I Legal Notices jI LegalNote , Legal NoL tices 11 LegalNotices I LegalNotices jI LegalNotices i

tax opinion that the
loan is "bank quali-
fied". Include the op-
tional call provisions,
if any.
-The Board is also
considering structur-
ing the bond(s) as a
taxable Build Ameri-
ca Bond(s) as author-
ized by the American
Recovery and Rein-
vestment Act of 2009.
Quote a fixed rate for
$10,080,000 of taxa-
ble bond(s) and indi-
cate if this rate is
locked at the submis-
sion of the proposal
or tied to an index
and fixed prior to the
closing. If the rate is
tied to an index,
identify the index
and the formula or
spread to determine
the final rate. Include
the optional call pro-
visions, if any.
If your' company is
interested in just the
tax-exempt or taxa-
ble option, one set of
quotes for either op-
tion will be accepted.
5.Credit Enhance-
ment and Ratings:
Indicate if your com-
pany recommends' or
requires any credit
enhancement and/or
credit ratings. If so,
what is the expected
cost of the credit
enhancement? Also,'
what is your best es-
timation of the un-
derlying ratings of
this credit (limit 3 pa-
6. References: In-
clude the name, title,
address, and tele-
phone number of
three to five local
governments for
whom your company
provided financings
similar to those de-
scribed in this Re-
quest For Proposals
(limit 2 pages).
7.Additional Informa-
tion. Include addi-
tional information or
analyses that you
deem appropriate
(limit 4 pages).
8. Conditions: Pro-
vide a listing of all
conditions, terms of
restrictions, other
than those specified
in the RFP, which are
necessary for the fi-
Proposers are hereby
advised that contact

is not permitted with
any County person-
nel (except 'the Fi-
nance Officer) or
Board members re-
garding this RFP. All
inquiries must be di-
rected to the Finan-
cial Advisor or Fi-
nance Officer.
Proposals will be ac-
cepted until 3:00 pm
(central time) on
May 13, 2010. Late
proposals will be re-
turned unopened.
Eight copies should
be sent to the
Board's Finance Offi-
cer and one copy
should be sent to the
Board's Financial Ad-
visor at the following
Mrs. Lucretia Farris
Finance Officer
Jackson County Clerk
of Courts
2864 Madison Street
Marianna, Florida
32448 850-482-9634
Mr. Jim Gollahon Fi-
nancial Advisor
Gollahon Financial
Services, Inc 4125
Bayshore Blvd St Pe-
tersburg, Florida
33703 727-525-5383
The Board approved
proceeding with the
proposed financing
at their April 27, 2010
meeting. The suc-
cessful firm is ex-
pected to be award-
ed the financing on
or about May 25,
2010. The closing
would take place on
or about June 15th if
a bank loan is select-
ed or by late July if a
bond underwriting is
selected. The issue is
expected to be
closed in Marianna
or Tallahassee, FL.
The Board reserves
the right to reject
any and all proposals
or waive any varia-
tions which are con-
sidered to be in its
best interests. The
Board's finance team
will screen and eval-
uate all proposals
submitted. The fi-
nance team may, in
its sole discretion,
recommend contract
award on the basis of
the initial proposals
received without fur-
ther clarification, dit-
cussions, or negotia-
tions. Therefore, ini-
tial proposals should
contain the

proposer's best
terms from a rate,
price and technical
standpoint. The fi-
nance team may
seek additional clari-
fication from any and
all proposers as nec-
essary to completely
evaluate proposals.
In the event the
Board elects to ter-
minate the financing
prior to sale of the
bond(s), the Board
will be under no obli-
gation to any bank or
Bids for furnishing all
labor, materials,
equipment, and serv-
ices required for the
Work known as Con-
crete Parking & Side-
walk Renovations as
shown on the draw-
ings and as directed
by the PHA @ five.
sites known as FL15-
1A, FL15-1B & FL15-11
Graceville, Florida,
FL15-2 Cottondale,
Florida & FL15-9B
Blountstown, Florida
New Concrete & As-
phalt Parking & Pav-
ing as well as Land-
scaping and all asso-
ciated work will be
received until 1:00
PM local time on
27 May 2010 at the
office of the Housing
Authority (PHA) indi-
cated below. At this
time and place all
bids received will be
publicly opened and
read aloud.
Without force and ef-
fect on the Bidding
Documents and the
proposed Contract
Documents, the work
required is briefly de-
scribed as: Partial
site modernization,
the Work known as
Concrete Parking &
S id e w a k
Renovations as
shown on the draw-
ings and as directed
by the PHA @ five
sites known as FL15-
1A, FLI5-1B & FL15-11
Graceville, Florida,
FL15-2 Cottondale,
Florida & FL15-9B
Blountstown, Florida
New Concrete & As-
phalt Parking & Pav-
ing as well as Land-
scaping and all asso-
ciated work.
The work required is
fully described in the
Bidding Documents
consisting of the
Project Manual and

the Drawings.
Proposed Contract
forms, Drawings and
Project Manual are
on file in the office of
the consultant Mr.
Randall O'Barr, Post
Office Box 357, Bald-
win, Georgia 30511,
telephone (706) 206-
1725 or (706) 244-
0105, Fax '(706) 754-
4121. Bidding Docu-
ments may be ob-
tained by providing a
payment of $35.00
per set of Documents
to the Consultant.
No partial sets will
be issued. Informa-
tion regarding this
Project, including a
list of the Plan Hold-
ers will be provided
upon request.
Each bid shall in-
clude Bid Guarantee
in an amount equal
to five percent of the
Bid. Provide as a
certified check or
bank draft payable to
the PHA; U.S. Govern-
ment Bonds, or as a
properly executed
Bid Bond with surety
acceptable to the
PHA. A Surety Com-
pany executing the
Bid Bond must be au-
thorized to transact
business in the Proj-
ect State, and must
appear on the most
current U.S. Treasury
Department's Circu-
lar No. 570. The suc-
cessful bidder is re-
quired to provide
satisfactory Perform-
ance and Payment
Bonds prior to execu-
tion of the Agree-
Refer to provisions
for equal employ-
ment opportunities
and payment of not
less than minimum
salaries and wages
indicated in the Proj-
ect Manual. I
Each bid shall in-
of the following:
1. A properly execut-
ed Bid Form.
2. A properly execut-
ed Bid Guarantee.
3. A properly execut-
ed Non-Collusive Af-
4. A fully completed
Form HUD-5369-A,
Certifications and
Other Statements of
Small businesses,
section three busi-

ness and minority
firms are urged to
submit proposals.
Certification as a
Enterprise (or num-
ber of partners,
shareholders, em-
ployees who are
members of minority
classification or are
women) should be in-
cluded in the Bid pro-
posal. Refer to Arti-
cles 38, 39 and 40 of
The General Condi-
The PHA reserves the
right' to reject any
and all bids, and to
waive irregularities
and formalities in the
bidding. No bids may
be withdrawn for a
period of sixty days
subsequent to the
opening of bids with-
out PHA consent.
Northwest Florida
Regional Housing Au-
Post Office Box 218
(5302 Brown Street)
Graceville, Florida
Bids will be received
by the Chipola Col-
lege Board of Trust'
ees, Marianna, Flori-
da, until 2:00p.m.
Central Time, Tues-
day, May 18, 2010 at
the Public Service
Building "Y", Confer-
ence Room 173,
Chipola College, at
which time and place
all bids received will
be publiclyopened
and read aloud for
furnishing all labor
and materials for:
All work shall be
done according to
plans and specifica-
tions prepared by
Paul A. Donofro and
Associates, Archi-
tects, 2910 Caledonia
Street, Marianna,
Florida 32446. Plans
are on file and open
to inspection in 'the
office of the Archi-
tect, 2910 Caledonia
Street, Marianna,
Drawings and speci-
fications may be ob-
tained from the of-
fice of the Architect
at Post Office Box
861, 2910 Caledonia

Street, Marianna,
Florida 32446. Gener-
al Contractors may
obtain one (1) set of
documents upon
$50.00 deposit, which
will be refunded only
to those submitting a
bona fide bid and re-
turning said docu-
ments prepaid, in
good condition, with-
in ten (10) days after
receipt of bids. Gen-
eral Contractors re-
quiring more than
one set, sub-
contractors, suppli-
ers, or others may
purchase a full set of
documents for $35.00
per set, NO N -
Bidding documents
will be sent UPS, col-
lect, unless other-
wise specified.
Each bid must be ac-
companied by a bid
bond or a cashier's
check, made payable
to the Chipola Col-
lege Board of Trust-
ees, Marianna, Flori-
da in the sum of 5%
of the base bid as a
guarantee and with
an agreement that
the bidder will not
revoke or cancel his
bid or withdraw from
the competition for a
period of thirty (30)
days after the open-
ing of bids, and that
in the event the con-
tract is awarded to
the bidder, he will
within ten (10) con-
secutive days after it
is submitted, enter
into written contract
with the Chipola Col-
lege Board of Trust-
ees in accordance
with the accepted
bid. Upon award of
contract a Perform-
ance and Material
and Payment Bond
will be required of
the successful bid-
der. The cost of the
bond will be included
as part of the bidde-
r's proposal.
The Owner reserves
the right to waive
informalities in any
bid, and to reject any
or all bids, or to ac-
cept any bid and any
combination of alter-
nates or separate bid
prices that, in their
judgement, will be to
the best interest of
Chipola College.
BY: /s/ Dr. Gene
Prough, President
Chipola College
Board of Trustees,

CASE NO. 2009-813CA
AMERICA, acting
through Rural Devel-
opment, formerly
Farmers Home Ad-
ministration (FmHA),
United States Depart-
ment of Agriculture
JOHN DOE, repre-
senting the unknown
spouse, if any, of
TO: Susan J. Walters
and John Doe, repre-
senting the unknown
spouse, if any, of
Susan J. Walters,
whose last known
address is 4481 But-
ler Avenue, Marianna
FL and whose mailing
address is PO box
154, Sneads FL 32460.
that an action to
foreclose a mortgage
on the following de-
scribed property in
Jackson County, Flor-
Lot 10, Block 2. RIV-
SION of Marianna
has been filed
against you and you
are required to serve
a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any,
Plaintiff's attorney.
whose address is 300
Third Street, N.W.,
Winter Haven. Flori-
da 33881. on or be-
fore thirty (30) clays
from the date of first
publication and file
the original with this
Court either before
service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immedi-
ately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will
be entered against
you for the relief de-
manded in the Com-

I Legal Notices

If you are a person
with a disability who
needs any accommo-
dation in order to
participate in this
proceeding, you are
entitled, at no cost to
you, to the provision
of certain assistance.
Please contact the
ADA Coordinator,
within 2 working
days of your receipt
of this document; if
you are hearing im-
paired, call 1-800-
WITNESS my hand
and the seal of this
Court on this 22nd
day of April, 2010
Dale R. Guthrie
Clerk of the Court
By: Jessica
Deputy Clerk
NOTICE is hereby
given to all interest-
ed persons or firms
that sealed bids will
be accepted at the
Jackson County Pur-
chasing Department,
2864 Madison Street
Marianna, Fl. 32448
until 2:00 PM CST on
05/17/2010 for the
following project:
BID NUMBER: 0910-05
BID NAME: Asbestos
removal from Old
Road Gang Facility
TION: Remove all As-
bestos material from
the old Road Gang
be held at 2864 Madi-
son St. Marianna Fl.
In the Jackson Coun-
ty BOCC Board Room
by the Purchasing
Department on
05/17/2010 at 2:00PM
Information may be
obtained from the
County Engineer Lar-
ry Alvarez Monday
through Friday.
Phone 850-482-9677.
A complete copy of
the bi packet may
be acquired through
the Jackson County
Purchasing Web site
(www.jacksoncounty click on.the Pur-
chasing site then
click on current bids
and RFP's to obtain a
Bids SHALL be sub-

I Legal Notices I
mitted in a sealed
envelope marked:
SEALED BID and iden-
tified by the NAME
NUMBER 0910-05,
OPENING 05/17/2010
2:00PM CT
By: Jeremy Branch
Board of County
Dale Rabon Guthrie
for Bid
First Baptist Church
of Marianna is re-
ceiving bids for the
removal of the brick
structure on the cor-
ner of Green St. and
Clinton St.
Bids shall be re-
ceived until 1:00PM
on May the 20th

SMeetings-Events ,

Notice of Election
The Town of Green-
wood will hold an
election June 7, 2010
for the positions of
(2) two Council
seats. These posi-
tions are a (4) four
year term.
Qualifying for the
above positions shall
begin May 10, 2010
and end May 14,
2010 at 1:00PM CDST.
Applicants must be
18 years of age and a
legal resident of the
Town of Greenwood
and State of Florida
for (1) one year.
Further information
concerning qualify-
ing fees, term of of-
fice, etc., is available
by calling the Town
Hall. Phone Number
(850) 594-1216




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