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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Alternate Title: Sunday Floridan
Floridan
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna Fla
Publication Date: February 1, 2009
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Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Deain ireaded as negligent homicide


STAFF REPORT
Marianna police say that, based on the
early findings of their investigation, the
death on Wednesday of Corine Speights is
being treated as a case of negligent homi-
cide.
A news release from the Marianna
Police Department states that witness
statements and information obtained at the


scene indicate that Speights' death was
caused by "criminal negligence due to the
consumption of alcohol and (the) repeated
reckless display of a firearm."
Police were dispatched to Marianna
Gardens Apartments early Wednesday
morning on a report of shots fired. On their
arrival, Speights, 31, was found dead in
her apartment from .a gunshot wound to
the head.


According to police, Randall Wayne
Barnes, 43, was also found in the apart-
ment on the floor, with a self-inflicted
'gunshot wound to the 'head. Barnes
allegedly shot Speights, according to
police, then shot himself.
Barnes was taken to Jackson Hospital
with severe injuries and was later flown to
Tallahassee Memorial for further treat-
ment.


The Florida Department of Law
Enforcement and the District 14 Medical
Examiner's Office were also called out to
the scene.
The news release states charges in the
case are pending the autopsy report and
the completion of the investigation.
.. "Preliminary information in this case
does not indicate malice on the part of the
suspect," the news release states.


Local realtors still hopeful


Karen Koonce Edwards,


Edwards is

2008 Citizen

of the Year
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Karen Koonce Edw ards was
named the 2008 Citizen of the
Year at the 81st annual Jackson
County Chamber of Commerce
Friday night, at the chamber's
annual banquet at the, National
Guard Armory.
She advocates for children in a
multitude of ways, both on and
off the job.
In accepting the award,
Edwards said she was honored
and grateful.
"Thank you for recognizing the
little bit I do," she said. "I'm
grateful ... and I know I'm in a
roomful of folks who do the same
thing."
Edwards is the director of
See EDWARDS, Page 7A >


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The Chipola Area Board of
realtors kicked off the year in
it's annual banquet with a hope-
ful theme: "Show Me the
Money."
Thursday's banquet was also
a time to reflect on the chal-
lenges of 2008, and the realtors
who met those challenges head
on.
2009 CABR President
Debbie Roney Smith called the
event to order.
"When choosing a theme for
.this year's dinner, the commit-
ree wanted to keep the focus on
the good things happening, and
doing'all we can to help our
business prosper. Let's face it,
we are all at the point that we
stop to pick up that found
penn\ on the ground." Smith
told the crowd.
Guests then watched a pres-
entation of the Open House at
the Florida Association of
Realtors.
Robby Roberts. 2008 CABR
president, was presented a
plaque in recognition of his
service. Roberts. w ho has been
active with the board since
1991. told his fellow realtors
that the discouraging events of
2008 might turn out something .
positive.
. "The prices escalated so high
that it got unaffordable for
those in the Jackson Count)
market." Roberts said.
With prices tumbling back
down. realtors % ill likely see


The biggest honor of Realtor of the Year went to Max Wells,
who recrced n standing ovation. Mark Skinner / Floridan


local farmers able to buy more
land. instead of out-of-town
investors looking to make a
quick million o\er night. he
said.
He encouraged those in the


audience to continue to meet
the challenges of the current
economy and stay positive.
"Just keep your head up. your
See HOPEFUL, Page 7A D


Former

Dozier

inmates

file lawsuit

BY KATE McCARDELL
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
A Marianna man is the only
individual listed in a class-action
suit that alleges he and several.
state entities are responsible for
alleged abuse at the Florida
Industrial School for Boys.
The class action suit, filed by
Bryant Middleton, William
Home, Roger Kiser and Jimmy
Jackson, lists the defendants as
the Florida Department of
Agriculture, the Florida
Department of Children and
Family Services, 'the Florida
Department of Juvenile Justice,
the Florida Department of
Corrections, and Troy Tidwell of
Marianna.
Tidwell is being represented by
. the law office of Frank Bondurant
and Matthew Fuqua of Marianna.
I The suit was filed Jan. 22 in
Pinellas County. The abuse was
alleged io have taken. place in
Jackson County, but the state
entities named in the suit are
based in Leon' County part of
the basis for a- motion, for dis-
urnmssal filed by Bondurant and
Fuqua.
"It's in the earl stage of litiga-
tion and we're not prepared to
comment at this time. We don't
See DOZIER, Page 6A 0


Sneads explores taking over Three Rivers Park


Corps says it can not

afford to keep park open
'BY SARA BLUMENTHAL
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

For more than 50 years, residents and visitors of
Jackson County have enjoyed walking, camping and pic-
nicking at Three Rivers State Park in Sneads. However,
the park may. become another causality of the hard eco-
nomic times.
"It will be a shame if we lose this park. It's unique. This


area was shaped by flood waters from the last ice age. It
was where the water from the melting ice stopped," said
Three Rivers State Park ranger Wesley Jones. ."It has
some of the rarest plants and trees. We even have crabap-
ples. You don't usually'see them this far south."
The Department of Environment Protection Division of
Recreation, which manages the 684 acre park, proposes to
close the state park in July.
"Because of the state budget deficit, all state agencies
were asked to submit proposals to reduce their operating
budgets for the.next fiscal year by ten percent." DEP
Division of Recreation spokesperson Jessica Kemper
said.
As part of its proposal, the DEP would temporarily
close 19 state parks and transfer the management of three


leased properties, including Three Rivers State Park, to
the property owners.
The DEP has leased the Three RiVers State Park prop-
erty from the Army Corps of Engineers since the parks
inception in 1953. The lease ,was renewed in 2005 for 50
years. If the DEP budget proposal is passed, control of the
property and the public facilities located within the park
would revert back to the Corps.
"Our top priority is properties that the state owns. We
had to give them preference," Kemper said.
The state leases Three Rivers from the Corps at no cost.
The state pays for the operation and maintenance of the
park, which last year totaled about $195,000.
See SNEADS, Page 7A >


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Fun with volcanos


Make-believe magma was flowing all over Graceville Elementary
School Friday as students in the third grade set off projects they made
as part of their study of volcanoes. At left, Foster Wertenberger gets his
volcano ready going as Jade Williams watches over his shoulder
Above, Lakresha Wilson watches as Maura Watford sets off her model
volcano. Mark Skinner / Floridan


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residents to

keep HUD

assistance
BY KATE McCARDELL
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Tenants at the New' Marianna
Gardens Apartments are not cur-
rently in danger of losing
Housing and Urban Development
assistance.
Recent owner noncompliance
with HUD regulations brought up
the possibility that the complex's
Section 8 contract could be in
jeopardy of renewal.
This isn't so, at least not in the
near future, according to HUD
representative Matthew Stewart.
Stewart said the Gardens' cur-
rent contract for HUD subsidies
does not expire until Sept. 3,
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Community Calendar


February 1 Sunday
All interested contestants and their mothers are
invited to attend an informational party for the-2009
Marianna pageants at 4 p.m. Sunday afternoon, Feb.
1, at the Russ House (Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce). Call 482-5275 or 352-1006.
February 2 Monday
Southeastern Community Blood Center Mobile
Unit will be taking blood donations from 11 a.m. to
1 p.m. at Hopkins Pontiac in Marianna. Call 526-
4403.
*.The 'board of AARP Chapter No. 3486 meets at
1:30 p.m. in the Marianna branch of the Jackson
County Public Library.
The Jacob City Council convenes for its month-
ly meeting at 7 p.m. Call 263-6636.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meeting
each 'Monday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,. Marianna.
Meet in the AA room.
Woodmen of the World Lodge 65 hosts its
monthly lodge meeting at the Dellwood Community
Center. Grilled hamburgers will be served; bring a
side dish or dessert.
February 3- Tuesday
Southeastern Community Blood Center Mobile
Unit will be taking blood donations from 12 to 4,
p.m. at Mowery Elevator in Marianna. Call 526-
4403.
Members of the Jackson Hospital Board of
Trustees' Building and Grounds Committee meet at
noon in the Hudnall Building. Call 718-2629.
Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting, crochet-
ing or knitting classes Tuesdays at 1 p.m.,.at the
Jackson County Senior Citizens center, 2931
Optimist Dr., Marianna. Call 482-5028.
The Children's Support Services Department of
Covenant Hospice. is offering a children's grief sup-
port group from 3:30 to 5 p.m. the first Tuesday of
every month at the Covenant Hospice office, located
at 4440 Lafayette St., Suite C in Marianna. Children
who attend will have the opportunity to explore their
grief in a' safe and caring environment. Light
refreshments will be served. The group is free, but
registration is required., Call January McKeithan at


482-8520 or 888-817-2191..
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meeting
each Tuesday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.'
Meet in the AA room -
February.4- Wednesday
The Northwest Florida Beef Conference & Trade
Show is jn the Agriculture Conference Center, locat-
ed- at '2741 'bnnsylvania Avenue, Marianna.
Registration and.the Trade Show open at 8 a.m.,
with the program beginning at:8:45 a.m. and con-
cluding with luhch. A registration fee of $5 per per-
son will be collected at the door. Call 482-9620, or
visit http://jackson.ifas.ufl.edu.
Southeastern Community Blood Center Mobile
Unit will be taking blood donations from 9 a:m. to 2
p.m. at Chipola College in Marianna. Call 526-4403.
Alcoholics Anonymous 'has an open meeting
each Wednesday, noon to 1 p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.
Meet in the AA room.
February 5 Thursday
The Jackson County Library Board will hold a
work session at 3 p.m. in the Board of County
Commission Chambers. On the agenda: Advertising
on the book mobile, library standards and more.
The Ted Walt Marianna Veterans of Foreign
Wars meets at 6,p.m. at 2932 Madison, one block
north of the south security office, for a covered dish
supper/business meeting. For information on join-
ing the VFW, call 482-8140.
The William Dunaway Chapter, Florida Society,
Sons of The American Revolution meets,at Jim's
Buffet and Grill with the Dutch treat meal starting at
6:30 p.m. Call 594-6664'.
Grieving Parents Support Group meets the first
Thursday of each month, at 7 p.m., in the Eastside
Baptist Church Fellowship Hall. Anyone experienc-
ing grief due to the loss of a child, regardless of the
age of the child, is welcome. Refreshments provid-
ed. Call 526-5618 or 573-0535.
Alcoholics Anonymous meets each Thursday
for a "closed discussion," 8 to 9 p.m., at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room. Attendance is lim-


ited to persons with a desire to stop drinking.

February 6 Friday
The Chipola Regional Workforce Development
Board, Inc. Youth Committee meets at 10 a.m. in the
Graceville Vocational Youth Facility in Graceville.
Call 800-382-5164.- '-
Southeastern Community Blood Center Mobile
Unit will be taking blood donations from 10 a.m. to
3 p.m. at the Chipley Wal-Mart. Call 526-4403.
The Panhandle Area Drug and Alcohol Abuse
Prevention Coalition meets at 11:30 a.m. in the
Gazebo Restaurant in downtown Marianna. Those
with concerns about the use of drugs, alcohol and
tobacco in the community are welcome. Lunch is
Dutch treat. Call 482-9088.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meeting
each Friday, 8 to 9 p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.
Meet in the AA room.
February 7 Saturday
Marianna's Gathering Place Foundation dance
classes at Jim's Buffet and Grill are Saturdays at
1:30 p.m. for children up to age 15, and at 2:30 p.m.
for adults age 16 and up. Cost is $6 per person.
Proceeds go to charity. Call 526-4561.
The Tri-City Pageant is at 6:30 p.m. in the SHS
Auditorium. Call 592-9563 or 209-0641.
February 8 Sunday
Blue Springs Society Children of the American
Revolution meets at 1:30 p.m. at Caverns Road
Church of Christ, a block north of the intersection of
Jefferson and Kelson in Marianna. The group will
make Valentine's cards for veterans, with prizes
given for the best in each age group. Contact 209-
4066 or snoopyxii60@hotmail.com.
February 9 Monday
Southeastern Community Blood Center Mobile
Unit will be taking blood donations from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. at the Bonifay IGA. Call 526-4403.
Alcoholics'Anonymous has an open meeting
each Monday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at the First United
,Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.
Meet in the AA room.


POLICE, ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police Department
listed the following incidents for
Jan. 29 and 30, the latest available
reports: one drunk driver, four traf-
fic accidents, three
reckless drivers, five j '-
suspicious vehicle '
reports, one burgla- ?
ry of a vehicle, two ~ MF
disturbance calls,
two burglary
alarms, two larceny reports, one
vandalism/criminal mischief
report, one trespassing complaint,
one found/abandoned property
report, three illegally parked vehi-
cles, one cow complaint, two
assists of other agencies, 13 public
service calls, nine traffic stops, one
disabled vehicle.


JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County Sheriff's
Office listed the following inci-
dents for Jan. 29 and 30, the latest
available reports: two abandoned
vehicles, five alarms, one animal
complaint, two assaults, two bat-
teries, four burglaries, two civil
disputes, two CrimeStopper
reports, three disturbance calls,
two domestic violence calls, one
forgery/fraud report, one funeral
escort, two harassment com-
plaints, four information reports,
one investigation, two larceny
reports, one loud noise/music
complaint, three missing person
reports, one prowler/peeping tom
report, three public service calls,
one retail theft/gas skip, one rob-


bery, one sex offense, one shooting
in area call, one stolen con-
veyance, two suicide threats, 13
suspicious incident/person/vehicle
reports, two theft of property/serv-.
ices reports, 19 traffic accidents,
15 traffic stops, two trespassing
complaints, two warrant
arrests/prisoners in custody, one
reckless driver report, one 911
hang-up, six EMS calls, two fires,
one escort for clothing, one wel-
fare check, seven fingerprinting.
JACKSON COUNTY -
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
The following persons were
booked into the county jail during
the latest.reporting periods:
Eric Ferguson, 26, 4464
Highway 71, Greenwood, violation


of court order.
Joshua Parrish, 28, 5168
Oakland Circle, Greenwood, fail-
ure to appear (petit theft).
.- Elenis White, 54, 4484 Davis
St., Marianna, knowifigly driving
while license suspended/revoked.
James Bellamy, 51, 3373
Highway 231 North, Cottondale,
disorderly intoxication, criminal
mischief..
Kyle Merritt, 23, 8854
Faithful Trace, Tallahassee, serving
weekends.
JAIL POPULATION: 217

To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.
To report a wildlife violation, call
1-888-404-FWCC (3922).


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SCRIPPS HOWARD NEWS SERVICE

Rush Limbaugh isn't one of the
most successful broadcasters in histo-
ry because of his mild-mannered per-
sonality. The conservative talk-show
host attracts 20 million listeners a
week because he has a knack for stir-
ring up controversy.
"I want him to fail," Limbaugh told
Fox News. "If his agenda is a far-left
collectivism, some people say social-
ism, as a conservative ... why would I
want socialism to succeed?
Obama had an answer, which he.
directed to congressional Republicans
balking at a proposed $850 billion
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things done." .
SIs the dispute between Obama and
Limbaugh helpful? Does Limbaugh
coarsen the public discourse? Are
Obama's appeals to post-partisanship
an effort to diffuse legitimate criti-
cism?
If liberals didn't have Rush, they.
would need to invent him. .
'Love him or loathe him, Limbaugh
is the arguably leading spokesman for
conservatism in America today,
Whether that's good for conservatism
is an open question. But there can be
no doubt that Rush articulates conser-
Vative ideas of limited government,
economic liberty and a robust national
'defense like no other. That makes him
an.obvious mark,.. ... ; .. ,
Limbaugh is cdrtamnly right ttat the
$850.billin stirhiuiisbiJl is anything
bwt stimulating: 'I .is.in'fact, a pork-
laden monstrosity,. Jf post-partisanship
means acceding to Obama's demand
that Republicans keep politics to a
minimum, then man\ Americans who
'- oted for John McCain might be for-
given for cheering Limbaugh's out-
spoken brand of partisanship.
Limbaugh's job. after all, isn't poli-
tics. It's entertainment. He gets'paid
$50 million a year a sum closer to
the earnings of. say. Barbra Streisand
than any politician or mainstream
commentator to sell advertising for
the radio stations that darry his show.
To do that. he has to deliver a huge
audience. .
That he does deliver that 'audience is
proof that conservatism still has
appeal in this country, even after eight
disastrous years of the 'Bush adminis-
tration. It's also a testament to the
enduring pow er of Limbaugh',s sick:
Outrage. Perpetual. nonstop, bleedJ}rig,
ulcer outrage.
President Obama. though. is wise to
caution those congressmeii about pa) -
ing too much deference to Limbaugh;
their job is to help run the country, 'not
sell advertising. Let's hope they
understand the difference.


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End the tobacco loophole


SPECIAL TO THE FLORDIAN.
"Florida lawmakers can end
the wait for vital prenatal care
and.reduce, what.public health
experts say is its "shamefully
high" infant mortality rate by
closing a, tobacco loophole
that is feeding demand for
cheap cigarettes.
That's the message sent in
a letter to Florida's Governor
and Legislature by the Florida
Association of Healthy Start
I'oallutns. a statewide group
.;of chilU health advocates who
understand both the effect
that smoking has on infant
:healthiand the importance of
the state's Healthy Start pro-
gram in protecting the health
of'mothers and newborns.
The group has aSk.ed law mak-
ers to place a 40-cent per
pack assessment on cigarettes
sold, by companies' who were
left out of the state's tobacco
settlement agreement a
mo'e that %uould raise about
$89 million annually and
allow Florida to fully fund
needed health care services
for Florida's pregnant women.
and babies.
"Maternal smoking is a
leading preventable cause of
low birth \\eight and prema-
ture babies, and we should
hold cigarette companies
accountable for the health
costs they inflict on the state
of Florida," said
Leslie Spurlock, president
of the Florida Association of
Healthy Start Coalitions.
S"The money raised by
closing the loopholes in the
State's tobacco policy would
"ibe enough money to fully
fund needed services for


Florida's pregnant women
and babies in Healthy Start,
help expand Medicaid cover-
age up to 200 percent of the
poverty Jevel, and aide other
programs that protect the
health of Florida's babies and,
mothers."
In 2007, Florida reported
more than 1,680 infant deaths
and 20,767 low birth weight
babies, giving obr state a
grade of "F" in premature
births as assigned by the
March of Dimes. Babies with'
very low birth weight have
.4 25 percent chance of dying
before age 1, and these '
infants are at increased risk of
long-term disability and
impaired development. The
cost to all is great, including
a bill of over $141,000 each,
for an average hospital stay
for a low birth' weight baby..
The Florida Legislature
created the Healthy Start pro-
gram in 1991 with strong
bipartisan support, and the ,
program has proven effective
at improving pregnancy out-,
comes through education and
prenatal care.
Because of inadequate
resources, however, Healthy
Start is able to meet less than
half of Florida's identified
need. Moreover, the program
. is -in line for a 22 percent
funding reduction in the 2009
budget due to Florida's con-
tinuing budget crisis. A sepa-
rate proposal to roll back
Medicaid eligibility for preg-
nant women to pre-1991 lev-
els also threatens prenatal
health for Floridians.'
"The irony is that it would
cost less to provide prenatal
care and. education to every


woman w ho needs it than to
pay the intensive care hospi-
tal bills of the babies who are
born to mothers who' received
no care." said Dr. Alex J.
Brickler. an obstetrician at
North Florida Women's Care
in Tallahassee. "It's time to
put the state's best interests
and our children's best inter-
ests first over the business
interests of tobacco cgonpa-
nies."
Fortunately, Florida has an
opportunity to put children's
health interests first, the letter
explains, by addressing a
loophole in the state's tobac-
co settlement agreement,
which allows non-participat-
ing manufacturers (known as
NPMs) to escape nearly $90
million a year in payments
that their competitors have to
make. This competitive
.advantage by some estimates
has allowed these companies
to increase their market share
by as much as 2000 percent
in the past 10 years.
Currently, the nation's three
largest cigarette companies,
Altria, Reynolds American
and Lorillard, pay an assess-
ment of approximately 45
cents a pack into the Lawton
Chiles Trust Fund as part of
Florida's.historic tobacco .set-
tlement. At the time of the
settlement, those companies
accounted for 98 to 99 per-
cent of the cigarette market
share.
But the market share of the
smaller cigarette companies
who were left out of the set-
tlement has grown to as much
as 20 percent by some esti-
mates, eroding payments to
the Lawton Chiles Trust Fund


from $440 million a year to
less than $390 million.
These companies, known as
non-participating manufactur-
ers i NPMs), sell cigarettes
such as 305s and Sport for as
little as $1.67 a pack, making
them especially appealing to
young and low-income smok-
ers.
By comparison, cigarettes
sold by participating manu-
facturers sell for $3.50 a pack
or more.
' All this is why the Florida
Association of Healthy Start
Coalitions has urged lawmak-
ers to place a 40-cent per
pack assessment on cigarettes
sold by NPMs to raise an
estimated $89 million annual-
ly. This would be enough
money to fully fund needed
services for Florida's preg-
nant women and babies in
Healthy Start, help expand
Medicaid coverage up to 200
percent of the poverty level,
and aide other programs that
protect the health of Florida's
babies and mothers.
"The cigarettes sold by
NPMs have the same health
consequences as the ones that
are paying into the Lawton
Chiles Trust Fund," said Dr.
David Dixon, chief obstetri-
cian at Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital. "These companies
should pay their fair share to
offset the state's costs for the
effects of their products."
Florida's Healthy Start pro-
vides universal risk screening
of all Florida's pregnant
women and newborn infants
to identify those at risk of
poor birth, health and devel-
opmental outcomes.


Will the GOP become post-partisan?


BY MORTON KONDRACKE

President Barack Obama is
doing his bestto change the
tone of politics in
Washington, but he's obvious-
ly gof 'a long way to go to
establish real poet-partisan-
ship.
He has to keep trying,
though, because, even if
Republicans vote en masse
against his short-term stimu-
lus package, he's going to'
need bipartisan solutions to
address the continuing bank-
ing crisis and the nation's
long-term fiscal peril.
Obama has indicated that
he will keep reaching out to
Republicans in substance as
well as form but he's made
clear he also knows how to
apply the whip of public opin-
ion if they resist everything he
tries.
Claiming the moral high
ground as he visited with
Republicans for, three hours
on Capitol Hill on Tuesday,
he called for them to "put pol-
itics aside," implying that sus-
tained opposition couldbe. :
attacked as merely partisan.


And, I think along with
presidential scholar Richard
Norton Smith on PBS that
it was no offhand remark that
'Obama urged Republicans to
not listen to conservative talk-
show extremist Rush
Limbaugh, who has declared
about Obama: "I hope he
fails."
House Minority Leader
John Boehner, R-Ohio, said
on "Meet the Press" last
Sunday, "We want this presi-
dent to succeed," but sus-
S.tained opposition could be
'characterized as slavishness to
Limbaugh and determina-
tion to let the country fail as
well as the Obama presidency.
As Smith said, Obama. ,
"knows the Republican Party
has been reduced to a rump,
ideologically and geographi-
cally, and he's going to give
them a choice of being, in
effect, the Rush Limbaugh
Republican Party or the
Ronald Reagan Republican
.Party."
When House Republicans
objected to the idea of giving
refundable tax credits to peo-
ple who don't pay income
T


taxes (but do pay payroll
taxes), Obama reminded them
that it was Ronald Reagan
who established the modern
* earned income tax credit in
1986.
Besides listening to
Republicans, Obama has
taken some steps to accom-
modate their ideas, eliminat-
ing such "porky," non-stimu-
lative items as funds for fami-
ly planning and refurbishment
of the National Mall.
After Republicans com-
plained that the House stimu-
lus bill contains cuts amount-
ing to only 33 percent of the
$825 billion package down
from 40 percent earlier he
also agreed to a "fix" for the
alternative minimum tax that
will raise the percentage of
tax cuts in the Senate stimulus
bill to 38.5 percent.
White House spokesman
Robert Gibbs hinted that there
could be further concessions
and there ought to be.
The House bill still contains
non-stimulative spending that
could be eliminated, such as
$50 million for the National
Endowment for the Arts and


$335 million to fight sexually
transmitted diseases.
And Obama ought to seri-
ously consider additional
GOP-suggested tax cuts, such
as Senate Minority Leader
Mitch McConnell's proposed
payroll tax "holiday." of one
or two years, which would
help both employees and
employers, and cancellation
of taxes on unemployment
benefits.
He also should consider
GOP proposals to refocus
some of the stimulus on the
nation's housing crisis, possi-
bly by having the government
guarantee 4 percent mort-
gages for one or two years
and/or provide a 15 percent
tax credit for new home pur-
chases.
Obama told House
Republicans, "I would love to
not spend this (stimulus)
money. I agree that our long-
term debt- is unsustainable. I
do not want to increase gov-
ernment for its own sake.
Those days are over."
And, with that attitude,
Limbaugh wants him to fail?
Do Republicans?


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think Troy Tidwell has done
anything wrong and the facts
of the case will ultimately bear
the proof," Bondurant said
Friday. Late last year, a group
of men who call themselves
the White House Boys made
allegations of abuse and
possibly murder which
they allege took place in the
1950s and 1960s at the reform
school now known as Arthur
G. Dozier School for Boys.
Since the group has come
forward, the state Department
of Juvenile Justice placed a
plaque acknowledging the
abuse on the school grounds,
where the bulk of the abuse
allegedly took place, in a
building known as the White
House. Subsequently, Gov.
Charlie Crist ordered a Florida
Department of Law.
Enforcement investigation, into
the allegations, and the con-
tents of unnamed graves near
the school's grounds.
The one-armed man
Hundreds of former resi-
dents of the school have come
forward with similar stories,
many of them alleging that
Tidwell was one of a handful
school employees who com-
mitted the abuses.
' In several interviews with
the Floridan, several former
residents who are not part of
the suit describe being severe-
ly beaten under cover of night
by a one-armed man, allegedly
Troy Tidwell. They claim
Tidwell would turn on a fan to
muffle the sounds made dur-
ing the whippings.
As Tidwell's attorneys
attempt to get the suit thrown
out, their motion for dismissal
"claims issue with the plaintiffs'
approach as a class action suit.
"Claims such as assault and
battery and intentional inflic-
tion of emotional distress are
individual claims not suited to
,a class .action type proceeding
... The central problem with
the plaintiff's complaint is the


To share what you know:
Those who wish to provide information on what might
have occurred at the Florida School for Boys may contact
any of the following people:
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement,(8501
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Robert Straley or Michael O'McCarthy thewhitehouse-
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The news department of the Jackson County Flondan.
526-3614, ext. 4113.


attempt to bring the action as
a class alleging that highly
individualized issues are appli-
cable to the entire group."
A phone number listed for
Tidwell is no longer in service.
In December, Tidwell
.declined to speak with CNN,
but he was recently quoted in
the Miami Herald saying the
boys were "spanked" but not
injured. "Kids that were
chronic cases, getting in trou-
ble all the time, running away
and what have you, they used
that as a last resort:'" Tidwell
told the Herald. "We would
take them to a little building
near the dining room and
spank the boys there when we
felt it was necessary."
'I cry over it'
Bill Davidson. of Sneads
believes punishment went
beyond spanking at the Florida
School for Boys.
"People are saying it was
typical punishment for that
day and time? I was a kid back
then and I can tell you what
happened at that place was
well beyond punishment. It
was abuse. It was abuse. They
pure beat the hell out of them,"
Davidson said.
Davidson recalled visiting
his two now-deceased cousins,
SLuscious and Joe Layton, who
were at the school in the early
1950s. He was 10 or 11 and
his older cousin Luscious was
about 18 years old, he said.
"At the time I lived in
Carrabelle. My aunt brought


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and whether the project is eli-
gible at that time, both. of
which are the conditions con-
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just Marianna Gardens,"
Stewart wrote in an e-mail
Friday. The listed owner for
New Marianna Gardens
Apartments is The New
Marianna Gardens LLP; its
management agent is Housing
Management Associates LC.
Last week, Marianna City
Manager Jim Dean suggested
the apartment. complex's'
HUD funding could be jeop-
ardized due to the manage-
ment's noncompliance status
with HUD regulations.
Management of the
Gardens has still not met the
conditions of agreement made
with HUD and the City of
Marianna to improve safety at
the apartment complex.
Representing the city, Dean
.met with .Gardens manage-
ment and a HUD representa-
tive on Nov. 4, 2(8..
From that meeting, a list of
tasks was presented to man-
agement, which included the
improvement of lighting,


fencing, video surveillance, a
police substation and security,
and the formation of a tenant
association. Dean said last
week that nothing on the list
had been accomplished.
The city, has had a series of
discussions with management
of the Gardens, and sent two
letters to management since
the summer of 2008.
The first letter cited issues
with criminal activity, com-
plex security and complaints
from adjoining property own-
ers and residents. -
Criminal activity was the
biggest focus of the letter.
According' to the letter,
from- January to July 2008
there were 256 instances that
required a response by the
police department.
Of those instances 10 to 20
percent could be classified as
major crimes, the letter said.
An October 2008 manage-
ment review of the Gardens
released by HUD cited secu-
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paint and general manage-
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overall rating of "unsatisfac-
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me to Marianna to visit them.
The first day we tried, we were
denied visitation," Davidson
said. "The next day, we got to.
Luscious couldn't even sit
down, his legs were so raw
from the beatings. They were
acting funny. They said if the
guards knew they talked,
they'd get it worse.
"My aunt got him to lift his
shirt. They'd plum cut the
blood out of him. I still cry
thinking about it. How fearful
they were. It hurt my aunt. She
cried a lot. She tried to talk to
the people at the school, but
they would hear her."
The Layton brothers even-
tually escaped from the


school, Davidson said.
'They was caught trying to
steal a plane to get away in
Apalachicola ... Eventually,
Luscious was sent out to
Raiford. He said they didn't do
none of that beating there,"
Davidson recalled.
Years later and a week
before he would die from can-
cer, Luscious Layton visited
Davidson. Layton recalled
there were beatings, inappro-
priate touching and being
forced to skip meals. He told
Davidson about the sound of a
fan that was meant to cover the
sound of a leather and metal
strap hitting his friends' back-
sides as he stood waiting in
line for his own beating.
"I remember bringing it up.
I asked him to show me his
scars again. He was marked
for life. Scars criss-crossed his
backside and the backs of his
legs. When I asked him ques-.
tions, he'd tell me not to ask no
more," Davidson said. "He'd,
turn his head and cry. Makes
me glad I was a POW 'in
Vietnam and not a boy at the
Mariana school."
"When I read about this in


the paper, I started to cry
again. But I'm glad these men
are brave to come out about it"
Davidson said. "I ain't getting
no money to talk about this. I
just think what happened was
wrong and I want everyone to
know. I cry over it. No human
being should be beat like that
... Lord, I wouldn't even beat
an animal like that. I'd take a
gun and shoot it before I beat it
like that."
Interviews
Meanwhile, the Florida
Department of Law
Enforcement continues to
investigate allegations similar
to Davidson's.
A FDLE representative said.
Friday that investigators are
still in the process of talking to
individuals and reviewing
records. She could not say
how- many interviews had
been conducted. But she said
that the amount of time that
has passed since the alleged
abuse took place, combined
with the fact that the school
has changed hands several
times, means investigators
have a lot of work at hand.


Some have claimed that the
investigation is a waste of tax
dollars, or that it's too far in the
past to be acknowledged.
Former boys school resident
Darby Tillis said he wants
those people to know why he
and so many other men are
coming forward with their sto-
ries.
"Abuse still happens at
these types of places. We all
know this. We all hear about
this. We want guards at these
kinds of places, we want them
to read about this and realize
that what they do today, 25
years later this can come back
and haunt them," Tillis said.
"This will get a lot of them
thinking, 'I shouldn't do this
or that because I don't want to
be sitting up in my home at an
old age, drawing a state pen-
sion and all of a sudden getting
served papers that I'm under
federal investigation.' It'll
remind people to stop and treat
each other equally."
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social services at the
Jackson County Health
Department: In that role,
she supervises all social
service programs. Some of
the programs under her
direction include Healthy
Start for pregnant women,
mothers and their children,
as well as Closing the Gap
and the AIDS. drug assis-
tance program.
But Edwards' commit-
ment doesn't begin at 8
a.m. Monday and end at 5
p.m. Friday. She also vol-
unteers her own time to
help children and others
through a wide range of
organizations of which she
is a part.
She's a member of the
local PAEC At-Risk Youth
Council.
She's a past member of
the State Minority Tobacco
Prevention Task Force and
has been a presenter for five
consecutive years at the
organization's annual pre-
vention conference.
She's an advocate for,
and chairman of the
Jackson County Cancer
Society's Relay for Life
team. ,
She's a member of the
March of Dimes. Walk-
America committee. and
received a Team Recruiter
Award in 2008.
President of 'the


Marianna Graduate
Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta
Sorority, she is also. past
director of the organiza-
tion's DJJ-funded Girls
United Center, which for
three years served more
than 100 girls aged 11to 18
in after-school education
and mentoring programs.
She was also the director of
the sorority's Nest, a pro-
gram that helped pregnant
women and families with
medical support, clothes,
food and baby items., She
wrote grants for the pro-
gram, as well.
A certified community
organizer, she has present-
ed information at many
national gatherings about
how to work with faith-,
based organizations in pro-
viding services to the com-
munity.
She is on the Life
Management board of
directors.
And she is chairperson of
the Jackson County
Alcohol, Tobacco and Drug
Prevention Partnership, and
vice chairperson of the
Panhandle Area Network'
Drug Prevention
SPartnership.
While the majority of her
community service focuses
*on meeting the needs of
young children, it includes
other endeavors.as well.


For example, she is a
member of the local Martin
Luther King Celebration
planning committee, and of
the Jackson County Traffic
Safety Team.
The other nominees for,
the .award were Missy
'Boyette, Jonathan Fuqua,
Dillon Kilpatrick, Bill
Kleinhans, Bob Pforte, and
Dr. Plinio Tuta.

Blakeslee receives
Wayne Mixson
Economic award

The Jackson County
.Chamber of Commerce
selected a long-time gov-
ernment advocate for rural
counties as the 2008
Wayne Mixson Economic
Leadership Award winner.
Mary Helen Blakeslee
was the first individual to
ever receive the $1,000
award established by and
named for the former legis-
lator, governor and lieu-
tenant governor.
In years past, it has gone
to organizations, but cham-
ber CEO Art Kimbrough
said that, as Blakeslee
prepares to retire from her
role, her many years of
effort on Jackson County's
behalf was worthy of sin-
gular recognition.


Blakeslee has worked in
state government since
1986, and has played a key
role in the Office of Trade,
Tourism and Economic
Development since 1996.
In was from that position
that she reached out to help
ease the way for Jackson
County as it endeavored to
bring industry and jobs to
the area.
Kimbrough cited *the
Family Dollar, Green
Circle "BioEnergy and
Alliance Laundries as three
of her major projects.
through the years.
She helped smooth the
permitting process, and was
a key player in building the
network of support in state.
government which made
these economic develop-
ments possible, Kimbrough
said.
Jackson County
Development Council
Executive Director Bill
Stanton also praised
Blakeslee's efforts, and
read a message from
Mixson, who could not
attend because of a death in
his family. .
"No one at the state level
has done more for rural
counties, including Jackson
County,". Mixson said of
Blakeslee.
Stanton, in his own


remarks, borrowed words
from the banquet's keynote
speaker, Gulf Power CEO
Susan Story.
Her speech had centered
on the qualities of good
leaders, and Stanton said
Blakeslee possessed and
exercised all of those -
honesty, competence, for-
ward-looking attitude,
inspiring presence and
credibility among them.
"There's not a single
project that we've landed
(in recent years) that she
wasn't involved in,"
Stanton added. "Family
Dollar wouldn't be here if
not for her."
Blakeslee said she was
"incredibly surprised and
honored to be thought of
and remembered in this
way."
She went on to praise
Jackson County and its
municipalities for working
together and with the state
to accomplish their eco-
nomic goals, saying that the
things they'achieved were
"stellar examples of how
things can work when all
are working toward the
same objective."
The chamber also recog-
nized another award win-
ner, who was given the
Frances Ratzlaff Volunteer,
Award. Jean Meyer, a vol-


unteer and master gardener,
received the award at a pre-
vious chamber function for
the many hours she devotes
to maintain the landscaping
around the Russ House,
which is the chamber's
headquarters.

Chamber leaders
'pass the gavel'

Outgoing chamber of
commerce Chairman
Tommy Lassman and
incoming Chairman Jamie
Streetman performed their
ritual passing of the gavel
before roughly 250 guests
at Friday night's annual
chamber banquet, and
Streetman announced his
theme for the year is "Unite
for Success."
With the evening grow-'
ing long as their ceremony
began, and with another
hour-plus social to follow
the dinner, both men kepf
their comments short.
Lassman thanked all, the
chamber committees and
leaders who had served
during his term, and
Streetman encouraged
chamber members to take
full advantage of the many
platforms available through
the organization for them to
get their message to the
public.


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

Dennis Elton Hatcher

Dennis Elton Hatcher,
64, of Cypress passed away
unexpectedly Friday, Jan.
30, 2009, in Jackson
Hospital. He was a member
of the Baptist church and
had worked as a cable
splicer for Sprint.
Mr. Hatcher loved his
family, enjoyed life and
was kpown as a comedian
to friends and family. He
spent his leisure time fish
ing and raising farm ani-
mals, with a special attach-
ment to miniature horses..
He was preceded in death
by his parents, Rastus Elton
and Freddie Carolyn
Hatcher.
Survivors include his
loving wife, 1 ary Hatcher
of Cypress; two .sons,
Charlie Hatcher and wife,
Tracy, of Tallahassee, and
Todd Hatcher and wife,
Christina, of Crawford;
daughter,. Denise Collins
and husband, Huey, of
Tallahassee; stepdaughters,
Karen Hatcher- of
Tallahassee, and Kelly
Press and husband, Steve,
of Orlando; three sisters,
Brenda Sealey and hus-
band, Sammy, of
Tallahassee, Mickie Wyatt
of Marianna, and Peggy
Richards and husband,
*David,.of Marianna; grand-
children, Tanner Collins,
Ashley Berardi, Aaron
Hatcher and Taylor
Hatcher; and great-grand-
child, Aryanna Berardi.
The service for Mr.
Hatcher will be at 2 p.m.
Monday, Feb. 2, in the
Marianna Chapel Funeral
Home, with the Rev.
Roland Rabon officiating.
Interment will follow in
New Hope Cemetery.
The family will receive
friends one hour prior to
service time.
Marianna Chapel Funeral
Home is in charge of
arrangements.
Expressions of sympathy
Smay be submitted online at
www.mariann'chapelfh.co
m.


Comforter Funeral Home
601 Long Ave.
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
850-227-1818

Shirley Jean
Phillips Parramore

Shirley Jean Phillips
Parramore, 69, of White
City passed away
Thursday, Jan. 29, 2009,
after a long and courageous
battle with lung cancer.
She was born in Estill,
S.C. to Marion and Violet
Phillips on Aug. 21, 1939.
She graduated 1957 from
Elizabeth City, N.C., and in
1960, 'she graduated from
Portsmouth Virginia
General Hospital School of
Nursing with an R.N.
degree. She was a Tnember
of the Order of the Eastern
Star .Towson Chapter 70,
and the VFW Women
Auxiliary.


Hopeful


.AJ11L sleeves rolled up and get
She was resident of after it," Roberts said.
Dothan, Ala:, until. 1983, Roberts also presented
when she moved to Mexico certificates to. board and
Beach, where she worked committee, members of
for the Mexico Beach 2008, noting that they were
Cableoffice for 11 ars. very supportive through out.
She is. survived by her the year.
loving husband and best pSeveral members were
friend of 37 years. James B. presented with the Million
Parramore of haIe City; Dollar Production Award at'
Sone. son, Mark. Parramore .thebanquet.
and daughter-in-law, Sylvia Three categoriesmake up
San augtr--la. y of Webbthe award: The Gold Club
of Webb Ala.; one daugh-
ter, Michele Parramore for those with productions
Cook and son-in-law, Joe totaling between $1 million
of Tallahassee; grandchil- and $2.5 million; .. the
dren, Lauren Sisk of Port Platinum Club for produc-
dren L aure Sisk .of Por tons between $2.5 million
St. Joe, Brandon, Justin and and $4 million; and thellon
Casey of Tallahassee, and and $4 m lion; and the
SKaitlyn of Webb, Ala.; Diamonds aClub for produc-
three great-granddaughters, tons above milliono.
* Danetha, Marcie and Kaye; Five CABR members
and one ?sister, Catherine earned platinum, 11 earned
Michalak of Edenton, N.C. diamond and 27 earned
She is preceded in death gold.
by her parents, Marion and The late Winston Stuart,
Violet Phillips; and one sis- who twice served as presi-
ter, Katherine Joanne dent of the board, was hon-
Phillips. ored with the 2008
Phillips. would ike to President' Choice Award.
The family would like to "Youalwayskewwhere
. give a special thank you to You always knew where
Dr. John Nanfro and his you stood with him,".
caring staff, and a special Roberts said. "He always
I thank you to her hospice ,spoke his piece.. I admire
nurse, Linda Hamilton, that in a man, one who'd
Health aide Latonia come forward and tell it
Thomas, and chaplain, Dr. like it is. I hold the highest
f FloydWright. respect for him,..
In lieu of flowers, the
family requests contribu-
tions be made to Covenant Sneads'
Hospice, 107 West 19th St.,
Panama City, FL 32405. The park, located on River
All services are under the Sneads, had 23,000 visitors
direction of the Comforter and grossed about $77,00(
Funeral Home. visitors utilized- the park's
ground, nestled on the shore
Brown Seminole..
Funeral Home "It was recommended t
1068 Main Street someone at another cam
(850)Chipley, Floda 32428 They said' it was beautiful
(850)638-4010 Henry Burnam from Navar


Donald F. Ham


Donald F. Eam, 62, of
Chipley passed away
Monday, Jan. 26, 2009, at
the Northwest Florida
Community Hospital, with
family and friends at his
side.
Mr. Ham was born
March 13, 1946, in
Charleston, S.C., to Albert
and Frances Dixon Ham.
He moved to Chipley from
Ft. Pierce in 1983.
He was a member of the
Lutheran church, a Mason,
a member of the VFW and
AMVETS, and the business
manager for Plumbers'and
Pipefitters Local Union No.
592 in Tallahassee.
Survivors include two
sons, 'Sean and wife, Cindy
Ham of Marianna, and
Donald A. Ham,
Copenhagen, 'Denmark;
one stepson, Brandon
Skipper of Columbia, Ala.;
two stepdaughters, Brenda
Davis of Houston, and
Donna Dahielson,
Charlotte, N.C.; one broth-
er, Albert Ham, Pittsburgh;
two sisters, Lucretia Clark
of North Charleston, S.C.,
and Frances Starnes of
Cross S.C.; and 12 grand-
children.
The memorial service
will be at 10 a.m. EST
Saturday, Feb. 7, at
Tallahassee Leon County
Civic Center.
-Memorialization will be by
cremation. Brown Funeral
Home of Chipley will
direct.


just got here, and they were right."
By attracting visitors, the park
attracts business for the local commu-
nity, especially the gas stations and
local grocery store, McDaniel's.
"People who, come here have to
buy fuel,, camping supplies, fishing
tackle. Losing them will affect the
local economy," Jones said.
Pearl Edwards, from Ebro, says she
and her husband make frequent trips
to the local stores during their many
stays at the park.
"We live at McDaniel's and Dollar
Store when we are here," jokes
Edwards.
At a time where every dollar
counts, losing the business of. the.
park's campers is not something that
the town of Sneads wants to see hap-
pen.
"The loss would be felt. It would be
noticed," Sneads City Manager Ed
Kilpatrick said. "The park is a viable
part of the community."
Kilpatrick said he, along with other
city and county officials, are lobbying
the state to retain the park and
remove it from the budget reduction
proposal.
Kemper said the DEP has received
numerous comments about concern-
ing Three Rivers State Park and the
other parks that are part of the pro-
posal.
"We know that there is a public
support for the parks. We are trying to
keep the best interest of the Florida in
mind," Kemper said.
If the proposal is passed, the future
of the park would be determined by
the Corps. The Corps manages recre-
ational properties throughout the
region, but does not have the current
budget capability to maintain Three
Rivers as a public park, Corps
spokesperson for the Mobile district
Pat Robbins said.
Robbins said if the property is
f T


His tife, Gina Stuart.
accepted the award on his
behalf. '
'jWinston would be so
proud and I am too. He was
here when the 'board first
organized and he had every
bit of respect for its mem-
bers," she said, adding "yes,
he x as straight up. He said
his piece, but when a deci--
sion was made, he went
along with it and supported
it."
Chuck. Hudson and
Keisha Basford were hon-
ored as 'Affiliates of the
Year.
Rookie of the Year went
to Lauren Milton.
"Not only was she nomi-
nated by her broker for-this
award, she was nominated
by many of her fellow real-
-tors," Smith said.
*. Kathy Milton was named
the 2008 Realtor Citizen of
the Year.
"This year's recipient
was nominated by her fel-
low realtors, not only
because of her support of
her community, but also for
the way she has represented
the Chipola Area Board of
Realtors in the affairs of her
community," Smith said.
Milton, is a director of.
the' CABR board. She also


series on the Chipola
Regional Workforce
Development board of
.directors, the Big Bend
Community Based Care
board, Imagine Jackson and
First Capital Bank. She is a
member of Altrusa
International of Marianna
and contributes her time
and energy to helping raise
money for Coats for Kids,
and providing Christmas to
families through children
and family services.
Through her business, she
has helped to raise money
for MDA.
The biggest honor of the
evening went to Max Wells,
who received a standing
ovation.
A native of Washington
County, having grown up
on a farm south of Bonifay,
Wells spent 29 years as
owner of a local business
prior to. moving into real
estate 14 years ago.
"He opened his business
six days a week, but never
said no when a customer
called after hours or on his
day off and needed some-
thing," Smith said. "He was
always active in the cham-
ber of commerce, church
,and worked with youth and
agriculture groups. He


Continued From Page 1A


e' en had a brief stint as A
Washington County com-
missioner when the gover-
nor appointed him to fill a-
vacant seat.
"In addition to his public'
service, it is less known that
on numerous occasions he,
assisted customers and
friends who had fallen, on
hard times'.The honoree is
very much a caring family
man and is very proud to be
a husband, father, grandfa-
ther of four, uncle, and
brother."
Wells served the real
estate community by being
active in the association,
serving on the Professiohal
Standards and Grievance
realtors' committee, and
volunteering for several
years for the Life
Management Center board
of directors.
"Truthfulness, honesty,
patience, thoroughness, an
ability to show interest and
willingness to assist "in
every aspect of a 'transac-
tion are all attributes of a
successful real estate per-
son," Smith said. "I submit
that.all of the above traits,
plus many others, have
been demonstrated by the
person we have chosen to
honor today."


Continued From Page 1A

r Road in ? !.
last.year
0. Many
s camp-- K
of Lake

o us by .'
ground.
al," said
re. "We -


Johnny Miller, from Chipley, is just onp of the many yearly visitors to Three
Rivers State Park. The state is proposing to close the park, which is owned
by the Army Corps of Engineers. The Corps has said if it can't find anyone
else willing to operate Three Rivers, it wil [have to lock the gates and close
it. Sara Blumenthal / Special to the Floridan


transferred back, the Corps will first
look to see if any other public agency,
such as the town of Sneads or Jackson
County, would want to lease the prop-
erty at no cost and retain the park.
"We will try to determine if any
other public entity would be willing
to take it over. Though, I don't know
if any entity has the budget to do so,"
Robbins said.
Kilpatrick says Sneads may be
willing make Three Rivers a city
park.
"We would be interested in work-
ing out a deal with Corps of
Engineers. It might require a leap of
faith, but I think it could work,"
Kilpatrick said. "It is worth pursuing
to keep the dollars come in locally
and the park part of the community."
The city currently manages Sneads
Park, which it leases from the Corps.
Kilpatrick said the city staff will have
to research the park and its costs, and
work out specific logistics before the


city could enter into an agreement
with the Corps.
"We definitely don't want it t6
close. That for us would be the worst
case scenario," Kilpatrick said.
If the Corps cannot find another
agency to lease the property, the pub-
lic would no longer have access to the
park.
"We will just close the gates,"
Robbins said. "We won't let the prop
erty fall into despair, but we can't
maintain it enough to allow public
access."
The DEP proposal has been sent to
the governor's office, which will
decide what measures, including the
transfer of the park, will be imple-
mented.
"We don't know if we are going to
stay open or if we are closing. We
don't know what the future of this
park will be. That is up to the state
legislature and governor now," Jones
said.


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The Chipola Area Board of Realtors named its honor society members Thursday during its annual dinner They are Stacy Borges, Indian
Spring Real Estate, Ellen Marsh, Century 21 Sunny South Properties, Deborah Mathewuse, ERA Chipola Realty Kathy Milton. ERA
Chipola Realty, Lauren Milton, ERA Chipola Realty, Ora.Mock, Florida Showcase Realty, Ouida Morris. Century 21 Sunny South
Properties, Debbie Roney Smith, Century 21 Sunny South Properties and Gina Stuart, K.B. Connor Real Estate Not Pictured are Cindy
Birge, Elite Realty and Pat Furr, Century 21 Sunny South Properties. Mark Skinner/ Floridan


i7 *The Affiliate of the Year award Gina Stuart accepted the
S as presented to First Capital President's Choice Award in
Outgoing Chipola Area Board of Realtors President Robby Roberts Bank's Chuck Hudson and (not memory of Winston Stuart, KB
is presented with an award by incoming President Debbie Roney pictured) Keisha Basford. Connor Real Estate. Mark
Smith. Mark Skinner/ Floridan Mark Skinner/ Floridan Skinner/ Floridan


Training course grows '


master gardeners


2007 Citizen of the Year Brenda
Hatcher presents Kathy Milton,
ERA Chipola Realty, with the
2008 Realtor Citizen of the Year
award. Mark Skinner/
Floridan


Outgoing Chipola Area Board
of Realtors President Robby
Roberts presents Lauren Milton,
ERA Chipola Realty, with the
Rookie Realtor of the Year
Award. Mark Skinner/
Floridan


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN,
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Jackson and Gadsden County Extension
Offices are teaming-up again to provide a
comprehensive, 54-hour training program
for those interested in becoming a Master
Gardener.
This year the' Gadsden and Jackson
county training program will be held on
Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., starting
Feb. 18 and running until April 15.
The cost of the program is $65 which
includes course mAterial. ,
An optional, three-volume set of the
Florida Master Gardener Manual is avail-
able .for an additional $75.
After graduating, new master gardeners
will be expected to volunteer a minimum
of 75 hours the first year and 50 hours in
the years following.
What is a master gardener and what is


the Master Gardener Program?:
In 1972, an extension service agent in
Washington reasoned that well-trained
volunteers could respond to many of the
every-day homeowner questions freeing
him and his colleagues for more difficult
problems. The agent selected, trained and
certified volunteers as master gardeners.
They not only met his objectives, but they
exceeded them. And, so, the Mater
Gardener Program began. *
The Master Gardener Program is now
active in over 45 states. Florida's began in
1979. The program is now in over 40
Florida counties. The program in Florida
is sponsored by the University of Florida's
IFAS and cooperating, county govern-
ments.
For more information or an application,
call the Jackson County Extension Service
at 482-9620 or stop by 2741 Penri Ave,
Suite 3, in Marianna. Registration deadline
is Friday, February 13, 2009.


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Bear is a 6-to-8-week old male Chow Dixie is a 2-year-old male cat who has Fluffy is a 6-to-8-week old female Chow Scrappy is a 3-to4-month old Bulldoc
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If you are interested in adopting any of these pets from_
Partners for Pets, please come by 4011 Maintenance Dr.,
in Marianna. The shelter hours are Monday through
Friday 10:00 3:00 and Saturday 10:00 1:00. You can
also call the shelter at 482-4570 for more information or
visit www.partnersforpcts.petfinder.com
There are several ways you can be involved in helping
the pets. We are always in need of volunteers. Interaction
with the pets can be everything from sedentary activities,
like sitting and petting cats to walking dogs. We also


have dogs that would love to run and play catch.
Another great way to help support the pets is by
becoming a member of Partners for Pets. Your $25 annu-
al fee provides you with a quarterly newsletter of shelter
news, such as recent adoptions and improvements that are
being made, We'll also be able to contact you about
upcoming shelter events, and you'll be able to attend and
vote at the annual Partners for Pets Members meeting
held each year. Our mailing address is 4415-C
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Lessie M. Willis.,


Willis marks


98th birthday


Kristi Ephriam and Curtis Kincaid

Ephriam, Kincaid


to marry
Thomas and Vinnie
Ephriam of Marianna
announce the upcoming
marriage of their daugh-
ter, Kristi Rebecca
Ephriam, to Curtis
Lamont Kincaid 'of
Grenada, Miss. He is thd
son of Curtis House and
Belinda Kincaid.
The bride-to-be is. a
1994 graduate of
Marianna High School.
She graduated from
Florida A&M University
in 1997 with a B.Sc.
degree in' elementary
education, and in 2003
'she received a master's
degree in educational
leadership from the
University of" North


in April'

Florida. She is currently
employed as an assistant
principal with ,Duval
County. Public Schools.
The prospective
groom is a 1992 gradu-
ate of Granada High
School. He served in the
Air Force and is current-
ly enrolled at Valdosta
State University, pursu-
ing a degree in account-
ing. He is employed
with the Department of
Treasury 'as a revenue
officer.
The wedding will take
place at 5 p.m. Saturday,
April 4, at the Second
West Baptist Association
Building, 4110 Herring
Avenue, Marianna.


Lessie M.- Willis, affec-
tionately known as "Little
Granny," celebrates her 98th
birthday on Feb. 1, 2009.
She was born in 191.L
Ms. Willis' children,
grandchildren, great-grand-
children. and great-great-


grandchildren call her a
real blessing and say that
she has always been there
for them, and they -will be
.here for her always..
They say that they are
looking forward to her
100th birthday.


S Doris Keel, seated right, surrounded by family.


Keel celebrates


90th birthday


On Saturday, Jan. 24,
2009, the children ,of
Doris Keel hosted a
birthday lunch for fami-
ly and friends.
Approximately 50
guests gathered, for, a
potluck lunch.,'
-Attending .were her
son, Dick Keel and wife
Von of Lawrence\% ille,
Ga.; daughters, Virginia -
tarainore anfd husband
Gordan of Marianna;
Patricia Griffin and hus-
band Charles of
Chattahoochee; Libby
Keel and friend, Marty
Hoemme, Becky Bums
and husband Raymond


of Marianna;-and daugh-
ter-in-law, Cynthia Keel
of Lawrenceville.
She enjoyed the com-
pany of grandchildren,
great-grandchildren and,
great-great-grandchil-
dren, as well as nieces,
nephews, and friends,
who joined the celebra-
tion.
They were excited to
have five generations
together: Doris Keel,
Virginia Laramore, Joni
Laramore Mathews,
Lauren Bragg Pratt and
Alexis Pratt, who will
celebrate her first birth-
day in February.
f '


Emma Caraway

Emma Caraway


turns 8 years old


Emma Carroll Caraway
celebrated her eighth birth-
day on Dec. 4, 2008, with
her family at Walt Disney
World.
Her birthday was made
extra special many times
throughout the trip, when
she had meals with Disney
characters who sang
"Happy, Birthday" to her,
gave her a card signed by


them and brought her a
cupcake with a candle to
blow out.
She is the daughter of
Brent and Ouida-Marie
Caraway of Marianna.
Grandparents are Earl and
Jacqueline Carroll of
Marianna; and Vivian
Caraway of Marianna.
Great-grandmother is Lillie
Joe Caraway-of Marianna.


Trista Williams

Trista Williams turns 5


Emma Jane Tolley


Tolley turns 7


Emma Jane Tolley of
Marianna celebrated her
seventh birthday on Feb. 1,
2009.:
She is the daughter of
Chris and Shannon Tolley
of Marianna.
Grandparents are the late
Gerald Tolley Jr. and
Thelma Tolley of
Blountstown; Ken Jones of
North Carolina; and


Melodye Jones of Grand
Ridge.
A pink cowgirl party was
held on the afternoon of
Jan. 31, at the park in
Grand Ridge. Many friends
and family attended for a
day of fun, cake and ice
cream. A party favorite was
the horse pinata and getting
to go horseback riding
afterwards.


Trista Kathryn Williams
of Compass Lake .elebrat-
ed her fifth birthday on
Oct. 12, 2008.
She is the daughter of
Josh and Heather Williams
of Compass Lake. .
Grandparents are Larry
and Cindy Carnley of
Marianna; Darise and Keith


Smith, of Alford; and
Robert and Elaine Williams
of Dellwood.
A party was'held Oct. 11,
Sat : McCormick Lake
Pavilion, with a "Hannah
Montana" theme. Family
and friends joined her in
swimming and playing vol-
leyball on her special day.


Lila Caraway


Lila Caraway


turns 4 years old


Lila Marie Caraway cel-
ebrated her fourth birthday.
on Dec. 2, 2008, with her
family at Walt Disney
World.
Her birthday was made
extra special many times
throughout the trip when
she had meals with Disney
characters who sang
"Happy Birthday" to her,
gave her a card signed by


them and brought her a
cupcake with a candle to
blow out.
She is the daughter of
Brent and Ouida-Marie
Caraway of Marianna.
Grandparents are Earl and
Jacqueline Carroll of
Marianna; and Vivian
Caraway of Marianna.
Great grandmother is Lillie
Joe Caraway of Marianna.


Kenyan Godfrey

Godfrey is 3 years old


Kenyan Godfrey cele-
brated his third birthday
on Jan. 3, 2009.
He is the son of
Tyrone Godfrey and
Jennifer Dehn of
Marianna. Grandparents
are David and Shirley


Godfrey of Marianna.
His great-grandmother
is Betty Foster of
Marianna.
He celebrated his
birthday on Jan. 20, with
a trip to Chuck E.
Cheese.


Pacey Williams

Pacey Williams is 4


Pacey Abbott Williams
of Compass Lake cele-
brated his fourth birthday
on Jan. 8, 2009.
He is the son of Josh
and Heather Williams of
Compass Lake.
Grandparents are
Larry and Cindy Carnley
of Marianna; Darise and
Keith Smith 'of Alford;
and Robert and Elaine
Williams of Dellwood.


A party was held Jan.
8, at his Poppy and
Nanny's house, with a
"Monster Jam Grave
Digger" party.
Pacey also celebrated
his birthday by going to
Birmingham, Ala. to see
"Monster Jam LIVE!"
He also got to spend
time with Grave Digger
driver, Randy Brown,
and take pictures.


Birthdays photographs with'
cop\ are tree 1'i children 12 \ears old
and under and adults 90 \ ears old and
above. There are no excepuons.
Allothe birthdays. including those
signifying special birthdays such as
40th or 50th, must run as paid adver-
tisements.
- Weddings $35 for' the first
250 words. $20 for an additional ,150
words. One photo is allowed per
wedding.
Engagements $35 for the first


Jackson County Life Policy


,250 words. $20 for an additional 150
words. One photo is allowed per
engagement.'
Annihersaries Free for -the
50th, 75th and any anniversaries above
75. Anniversaries in this category may
include up to two photos an early
years of marriage photo and a present-
day picture. Anniversaries that do not
meet the requirements for free place-
ment cost $35 for the first 250 words
and may include one photo. A second
photo will cost an additional $20.


Also. a charge of $20 will be added for
each addinorial 150 words.
Deadline for Sunday is Wednesday
at noon Send submissions to editon-
al@jcfloridan.com. or mail them to
P.O Box 520, Marianna. FL, 32447.
The Jackson County Floridan reserves
the right to edit all advertising and
news content submitted for publica-
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Firearms course set at Chipola


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Chipola College will
hold a 16-hour Firearms
Familiarization course
March 23-26 at the
Reddoch Firing Range on
the Blue Springs Highway.
Successful completion of
the course may be used .in
applying for a Concealed
Weapons Permit.
The 16-hour course will


meet from 5:30 to 9:30
p.m. Monday through
Thursday.
Registration and pay-
ment of the $60 fee can be
paid on .the first night of
class. Please call to reserve
a place. Class size is limit-
ed.
For information, call
Doris Williams at 718-2394
or e-mail her at
williamsd@chipola.edu.


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Sunland employees recognized


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Sunland Center
Marianna recently recog-
nized three of its employ-
ees as employees of the
month.
Voncille Williams of
Marianna received the
Sunland October
Employee of the Month


recognition. She began her
employment in October
2004 as a behavioral pro-
gram specialist. She is
now serving as a human
services senior supervisor
at Lincoln House in Unit
II.


Viviarg
Marianna
Sunland


Holland of
received the
November


. Employee of the Month
recognition. She began her
employment in June 2005
as a food support worker,
and she still serves in this
position within the food
service department.
Pamela Mayo of
Marianna received the
Sunland December
Employee of the Month


recognition. She began her
employment in December
1986' as a' clerk typist.
'Mayo is now working as a
fiscal assistant II in the
accounting department.
"Each employee was pre-
sented with a plaque and
cash award from Dr. Tracy
Clemmons, superintendent
of Sunland.


Beef confab set for Feb. 4


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
The Northwest Florida
Beef Conference and Trade
Show will be Wednesday,
Feb. 4, in the Agriculture
Conference Center, located
at 2741 Pennsylvania Ave.
in Marianna.
Previously, this event had
been on the first Thursday
of February, but to avoid
scheduling conflicts for.
trade show exhibitors, the
conference will be held a
day earlier the first
Wednesday of February.
Registration and the
show will -open at 8 a.m.,
with the program beginning
at 8:45 a.m., and conclud-
ing with lunch. A registra-
tion fee of $5 per person
will be collected at the
door.


"Managing in Dynamic
Times" will be the focus
this year, with three presen-
tations and .a panel discus-
sion.
University of Georgia
livestock economist Curt
Lacey will give producers a
-2009 forecast of the cattle
market and input costs, and
also help producers think
through where they might
trim their budgets to make
the most impact.
The second speaker will
be Todd Thrift, a
University of Florida beef
cattle specialist, who will
address ranch management
in dynamic times for
decreasing costs or increas-
ing income.
Cliff Lamb, NFREC beef
cattle specialist, will follow
with ideas to improve the


long-term efficiency of a.
herd.
The program will con-
clude with a panel discus-
sion of management
changes being considering
by local ranchers for
2009.
The conference also feat
tures a 'rade show with
businesses that offer goods
and services to cattle pro-
ducers in the region.
Time will be provided to
visit with the company rep-
resentatives to learn about
new products and sugges-
tions they have for beef cat-
tle operations.
For more information on
the Northwest Florida Beef
Conference and Trade
Show, contact Doug Mayo
at 482-9620 or http://jack-
son.ifas.ufl.edu.


Set goals and follow your dreams


BY THOMAS VINCENT
MURPHY

As' far back as I can
remember, going to school
was not an option as a
child. The closer it came.to
my.first year of school ,my
parents began preparing me
for the upcoming chal-
lenges school would bring.
With six boys and three
girls in our .family, the
youngest siblings knew
what they would probably
be wearing when school
began, because they would
most likely be hand-me-
downs.
It was tough getting up
on those cold winter (and
often snowy) mornings to
prepare for that: regular
hike to school.
Thanks to the early
preparation my parents
gave me, going to school
was not a hard transition;
and I was familiar with
large groups coming from'a
family of 11.
One of the most impor-
tant things parents can do is
prepare our. children for
what they will face before
exposing them to, life away
from home. Teaching them
how to read as early as pos-
sible can give them an idea
of what will take place as
they move forward.
Giving children an.
opportunity to socialize
with children of their age
group can help them learn
Sto deal.with groups of.peo-
ple. I feel that learning your
child's strengths and wveak-
nesses early in their life is
very important. When you
do so, you can help them to
strengthen their weakness-,
es, and encourage them to
utilize their strengths.
With so many parents
working more than one job
in order to survive, it
requires big sacrifices to
spend time with your child
in the early years of their
life, but it is well worth the
sacrifice.
Beginning school ,with
no pre-school training can
make going to school a
tough. transition, and in
some instances can create
embarrassing situations for
a child.
Once children begin
attending school, it is cru-
cial for the parents to help
them develop' good study
habits. Wouldn't it be great
if our children would be as
obsessed with their school
work as they are with video
games? If good study
habits are developed early
in their school years, it can
help throughout their years
as a student.
Learning the proper way
to communicate with oth-
ers throughout life should
begin when our children
are in their early years at'
home. If every other sen-
tence a parent or guardian
speaks is filled with
obscenities, chances are the

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children raised in 'that
atmosphere will communi-
cate in the same manner, as
they develop and become a
part of the population away
from home!
One of the motivating
factors in my enjoyment of
attending school was
sports. The competition,
opportunity to travel to.
other schools, and the
attention of being an athlete
was exciting. One of the
perks of being an athlete
when I was in school, how-
ever, was that those repre-
senting their schools in
sports were often given
preferential treatment, and
were not held to the same
educational standards as
other students.
There were many ath-
letes who skated through
school because 'of their
importance in sports.
Therefore, those athletes
suffered in the learning


process. Even today, when
I hear an outstanding pro-
fessional athlete who is a
college graduate speaking
badly, it reminds me of ath-
letes being given special
treatment because of their
athletic abilities.
Many of our schools are
so bent on being number.
one in sports that some of
our best athletes suffer edu-
cationally. Could this be
the reason so many athletes
who get hurt in their pro-
fessional sport careers are
unable to find jobs related
to their degrees,.and end up
broke?
If you have a problem
with reading, writing or
with' numbers (no matter
,what your age), check out
possible ways to increase
your knowledge. Some of
our libraries offer classes
that will teach you ways to
increase your knowledge.
In, our highly. technical
world, learning how to use
a computer would be an
exciting goal to shoot for.
In the competitive world
we live in, having as much
education as. possible is a
major way to be successful
!in life. With little or no
education; an" individual
can look forward to a life
filled with struggle and
frustration. Establish goals,
move forward (no matter
what), and follow your
dreams!


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Rotarians, Gates Foundation to fight polio


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Rotary International, the Bill and
Melinda Gates Foundation, and the
British and German governments recent-
ly committed more than $630 million in
new funds to fight polio, a disease that
still paralyzes children in parts of Africa
and Asia.
The Gates Foundation is awarding a'
$255 million challenge grant to Rotary,'
which Rotary will match with $100 mil-
lion raised by its members over the next
' three years.
Rotary clubs worldwide are already at


work raising the matching funds. Rotary
invites the general public to participate by
visiting rotary.org/endpolio to learn about
polio eradication and contribute to the
challenge.
Locally, the Marianna Rotary Club
sells $1 tickets for a 50/50 drawing at
each of its meetings. Over a course of
time, a winner is picked who gets half the
money; the other half goes to the polio
program.
Raffle proceeds, along with other club-
committed money, will allow the
Marianna Rotarians to give approximate-
ly $2,500 to the polio project this year.


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S By MABE LEONARD
M, experience during
the Inauguration will forev-
er lived in my heart and spir-
it.
My son, Randall, and
two of my daughters,
Stephanie and Rita and I
began our journey early
Saturday morning.
Along Interstate 95, we
witnessed and waved to
others in vehicles display-
.ng signs, "Inauguration
ind DC bound."
Fortunately my daugh-
ter, Carolina, lives in the
metro DC area. So, she
hosted and served as our
tour guide, providing
insight on tickets,, metro
passes, events, parking,
dining and sightseeing.
The concert held on
Sunday was touching.
Millions of people from
1l1 backgrounds and ages
sang, danced and clapped
together which was a
cliar affirmation history
was occurring and we all
wanted to be a part of it.
I was completely stuck
by the display of unity on
the National Mall peo-
ple were stretched for
miles.
Although the weather
was tremendously cold,
the city was warm and
welcoming.,
DC manifested an ador-
ing spirit; a spirit of har-


mony, change, diversity,
hope and history.
. After watching the inau-
guration concert on televi-
sion Nadine Pollock Long,
a family friend so emo-
tionally energized she
drove 15 hours arrived
in DC at 5 a.m. on
Tuesday morning.
It was imperative to
"Long, her twin boys, 15
years old, and her 10-year-
old daughter experienced
the inauguration,of the first
African American presi-
dent.
During the inauguration
parade I was blessing to
have a front row seat.
With determination and
an abundance of clothing, I
waited for over seven
hours for the parade to
begin.
Waiting seven hours
gave me the opportunity
to reminisce on the tri-
umphs I have seen during
my life.
When President Obama
and the First Lady Obama
walked past. me, I felt
proud, blessed and over-
whelmed with joy.
People continuously- ask
me "How was the inaugu-
ration?"
I have tried unsuccessful-
ly to articulate the experi-
ence,in words.
It's like the Holy Spirit. It
was an event you had to
experience for yourself.


BBB accepting applications for ethics scholarship


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
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Bureau Foundation of
Northwest,Florida is cur-
rently accepting applica-
tions for the 2009 Student
Ethics ,Scholarship. ,
A total of nine high
school junior and senior
students will be granted
$1,000 Student Ethics
Scholarship this year.
The Student Ethics
Scholarship Award is
given to college-bound
students within the BBB's


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area who demonstrate
overall personal integrity
and ethical behavior.
Three students in each
of your BBB's three dis-
tricts will receive a $1,000
scholarship toward the
accredited college or uni-
versity of their choice.
Local leaders from busi-
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serve as judges and award
scholarships based on cri-
teria including leadership,
community service, aca-
demic achievement and an


essay response on build-
ing character.
The Student Ethics
Scholarship will be award-
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Torch Award. for
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Customer Service
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The Torch Award was
created to recognize busi-
nesses and charities that
insist on exceptionally,
high standards of behavior
in dealing with customers,
vendors and employees.
The Customer Service


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above and beyond in their
customer service activi-
ties.
The application deadline
is March 27.
Scholarship recipients
will be. recognized and
asked to read.their essay at
a series of luncheons to be
held in May.
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guidelines please visit
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SUNDAY


Indians top Darton in opener


A Chipola pitcher releases a pitch during the ninth inning of Friday's seqson-opener against Darton at Chipola Field.
The Indians won the game 6-2. Mark Skinner/Floridan


Malone holds off a


late GHS rally to win


Malone's LaDarius McElroy., right, makes a move against
Graceville's Justin,Miles in a game earlier this season. Malone
defeated Graceville 46-45 Friday night in Malone. Floridan File,
Photo


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MALONE -The Malone density on offense at


Tigers took a 46-45 win Friday
night over district rival
Gr.Ice ile.
In a game that could've been a
prex\ie, of the distinct champi-
onhip, Fnday 's game did not
hac a .championship feel, with
neither team executing at a very
hich level.
Malone led for the entire sec-
ond half, but nearly coughed up a
nine-point fourth period lead
with a slew of turnovers and eight
missed free throws. .
Graceville trailed 39-31 with
5:29 left in the game, but used a
7-2 spuit to draw to within three
points, at 41-3x, with 3:42 to
play...
Freshman' Jean 'Littles made,
two free" throws on the next
Malone possession to make it 43-
38, but Cameron Dozier
answered with a bucketto cut the
lead back to three with two nun-
utes left.
SChase Leeks came up % ith per-,
haps the biggest bucket of the
game dwith 1'36 to plaN when he
tipped in a teammate' iniss to
put Malone up 45-40.


all. We were just
forcing stuff, instead of
letting it happen."',
-Ste-en I \"elch,
Malone coach

A free throw, and a steal and
layup, by CJ Dozier brought
Graceville to within two at 45-43
with 25 seconds on the clock
Leeks then made 1-of-2 free
throws with 13.7 seconds to play
to make it 46-43.
CJ Dozier raced back down
and drew a foul wirh nine sec-
onds to play, making both free
thro%s to cut the lead to just a
point.
Malone's Mike Peak was
fouled with 7.4 seconds on the
clock, but he missed both free
throws.
. Fortunately for Malone,
LaDarius l cE1rol was there to
saxe the da\. stealing the
Gracelille outlet pass after the,
See MALONE, Page 2C >0


Chipola solid in 6-2

season-opening win
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Chipola Indians took a 6-2 win over Darton
Friday at Chipola Field in their season opener.
The Indians got a pair of big hits by Jake Rogers
and Mark Ellis, and an outstanding pitching and
defensive effort to take the victory.
Four Chipola pitchers allowed Darton just four hits
on the game, with David Buchanan starting and pick-
ing up the win.
"For the most part, we played pretty good,"
Chipola coach Jeff Johnson said after the game. "I'm
pleased to win and pleased for our pitchers. We only
walked two guys, located the ball pretty well. and
competed well.'"
The offense was provided early by Rogers, who
came up with a two-out, two-RBI single to score
Marc Bourgeois and Ellis in the first inning.
Daniel Renfro added an RBI single in the third
inning to make it 3-0.
Leading 3-1 in the bottom of the seventh, the
Indians were able to get some breathing room after a
two-run single, again with two outs, by Ellis.
Bourgeois and Blake Newalu scored for a 5-1 edge.
Rogers drove in his third run of the game on the
next at-bat with a solo homer to right field.
Johnson said the Ellis single came at a great time
for his, team.
"Mark's really one of our best hitters," the coach
said. "He was a little too aggressive early. He tried to
do too much, but he settled in and broke the game
open with that hit.
"We had a couple of tWo-out hits, which is some-
thing we thrive on. It's something that's very impor-
tant for us to be successful. We left some runners on,
See CHIPOLA, Page 2C >


MHS girls edge Lady Hornets
BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
COTTONDALE The Marianna Lady
Bulldogs ended the regular season on a winning
note Friday with a 49-47 road 'victory over,. I
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The crowd got their mone 's wolh w ith both
teams knotted at 13 after one quarterof pla.
The Lady Hornets. led b\ Shaunte Forward's 15
points, dominated the second quarter with 20
points while holding the Lady Bulldogs to 10.
At the half, it % as the-Lady Hornets 'who led 33-
23.
Following the break, both teams took the court.
with defense on their mind.
The Lady Bulldogs posted eight points while
holding the Lad) Hornets to just three.
The final quarter was a repeat of the second
period with the tables turned in Marianna's favor.
.MHS posted 18 points while Cottondale was
held to 11.
Forward led the Lady Hornets with 21 points for
the game, followed by Kiki Paul with 16 points.
Christina Wynn and Janae Godwin led
Marianna with II points each, followed by
Derrika Fitzpatrick with 10.
Following the game, an exhausted Marianna
coach Chuck\ Brow n said he was thrilled to get
out of Cottondale with a win. -
"This was definitely a good win," he said. "I
don't know how we pulled it off but we did and Cottondale's Kiki Paul (3) puts up a shot as
the girls deserted to win. Cottondale gave us all Marianna's Sharhae Williams (22) races back
we could handle." to contest during Friday's game in Cottordale.
Marianna opens district play on Friday at home MHS won 49-47. Mark Skinner/Floridan
against Borifla..

_Hornets sweep Chipley


Cottondale's Derrian Pollack dribbles by
a defender in a game earlier this season.
- Floridan File Photo


By DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Cottondale Hornets
bounced back from a cou-
ple of difficult losses with. a
pair of impressive wins
Thursday and Friday at
home.
After throttling Vernon
55-37 Thursday, the
Hornets completed a sea-
son sweep of Chipley with
a 55-45 win Friday night.
Marcus Humose led the
Hornets with 18 points,
with Drew Bellamy adding
14 and Jacob Herring nine.
"We played pretty good.-
We played hard,"
Cottondale coach Chris
Obert said. "We came out
ready to play. We had a
couple tough losses against
Blountstown and Malone,
but we bounced back and
played two good games
against Vernon and
Chipley."


Humose led the Hornets
against Vernon as well with
14 points, with Bellamy
and Terry Benbow adding
10 each.
The Hornets had won
four in a row before drop-
ping close games to
Blountstown and Malone,
both on the road.
The loss to Blountstown
dashed Cottondale's hopes
of getting the top seed in
district. The loss to Malone
was a game the Hornets led
until the final three min-
utes.
"To have a couple losses
like that, we could've easi-
ly let it get us down," Obert
said. "But we fought hard
and pulled down a couple
-of nice wins. .
'The win over Chipley is
a big rivalry win for us, so
to beat them twice in a sea-
son is a good thing."
See CHS, Page 2C >


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MERE
Baseball/Softball
Registration
Marianna Recreation
Department would like
to remind everyone that
registration for youth
ages 5 to 15 will be Feb.
9-27 from 8 a.m. to 4
p.m. at the MERE locat-
ed at 3625 Caverns Rd.
in Marianna.
The registration fee for
T-Ball and machine pitch
will be $30 for residents
and $45 for those outside
city limits. For Dixie
Youth and "0" Zone,
fees will be $35 for resi-
dents and $52.50 for oth--
ers.
For Dixie Boys, the
fees will be $40 and $60.
Softball fees for all
leagues will be $35 for
residents and $52.50 for.
others.
The fee must be paid
with check or money
order. No cash will be'
accepted.
No one will be allowed
to register after Feb. 27.
Registration forms may
also be dropped off at
City Hall. All partici-
pants must bring a copy
of birth certificate.
For more information,
contact 48.2-6228.

Chipola Baseball
Alumni Youth, Camp
The .2009 Chipola
Baseball Alumni Youth
Camp will take place
Feb. 7 at the Chipola
College Softball Field
from'10-11:30 a.m.
Registration is the
morning of camp and
costs $50. Expected
instructors include cur-
rent MLB Players:
Russell Martin, Jeff
Mathis, Adam Loewen,
Jose Bautista, Mat
Gamel. Current -MiLB
Players,' Cole Armstrong,
Tyler Flowers, Steve
Clevenger, ReneTosoni,
.Alan Home, Jaye
Chapman. Also Former
Chipola stars,. Charlie
Dees, Blake Balkcom,
Jake Mathis, Jonathan
Swearingen, and many
others.

Big Benid Adult
Baseball League.
Efforts continue in the
development' of the Big
Bend semi-pro Baseball
League in the Big Bend
area of North Florida.
The proposed league
consists of two divisions
(eastern and western)
covering six counties.
Teams are being devel-
oped along county loca-
tions. The next league-
1 ide meeting is sched-
Vled for Feb. 14 at 10,
a.m. Eastern Standard
Time ,at the Apalachee
Restaurant in Bristol on
Highway 20 West.
For further informa-
tion, contact Harold
Bailey at 229-662-2066
or 850-524-2151.

Ten-Star All-Star
Basketball Camp
Applications are now
being evaluated for the
Ten-Star All-Star
Summer Basketball
Camp. The camp is by
invitation only for boys
and girls aged 10-19.
Past participants
include Michael Jordan,
Tim Duncan, Vince
Carter, Jerry Stackhouse,
Grant Hill and Antawn
Jamison. Players from 50
states and 11 foreign
countries attended the
2008 camp. College bas-
ketball scholarships are
possible for players
selected to the All-
American Team.
There is also a summer
camp available for boys
and girls aged 9-18 of all
skill levels. For a free
brochure on these camps,
please call 704-373-0873
anytime, or visit
www.tenstarcamp.com

Marianna Chess


Club
Marianna Optimist
Chess Club is open to
ages 6-and-up and meets
Friday nights at 6 p.m., at
First Methodist Youth
Center.

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


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN 'SPORTS EDITOR

The Blountstown. Tigers
completed a perfect district
season Thursday night in
Sneads, handing the Pirates
a 56-47 loss.
It was the final district
regular season game for
both teams.
The district tournament
begins Feb. 10 in Sneads.
The second-place Pirates
will play Cottondale in one
semifinal, with
Blountstown taking on
Bozeman in the other.
The two teams -that
advance to the title game
are guaranteed playoff
berths.
Blountstown jumped out
to a. 10-2 lead to start the
game, and surrendered the
lead only briefly in the sec-
ond quarter.
Sneads cut into the lead,
trailing by just five after
one period, and five at half-
time.
However; Blountstown
extended the lead back to
nine, at 45-36, through
three quarters, a margin the
Tigers maintained at the
final buzzer.
Sneads coach Kelvin
Johnson said his team just
couldn't -find enough
offense to keep up with the
Tigers.
"We missed some easy
baskets," the coach said.
"We played well enough to
win, .but we shot bad
enough to lose."
It didn't help the Pirates
that their two starting post
players, Sherrick Williams
and Justin Neel, each
picked' up early foul trouble


and had to sit out the final
four minutes of the second,
period.
That was after the Pirates
had fought back to take the
lead at 22-21.
In Williams' and Neel's
absence, the Pirates were
outscored 6-0 to end the
half.
"We struggle when they
get in foul trouble,"
Johnson said of his post
players. "We .had some
momentum there, and then
it just quit when they went
out. We struggle to score
without them in the line-
up."
Amazingly, the Tigers
won despite committing 28
turnovers, to just 16 for
Sneads.
The Pirates might have
been able to take advantage
had they shot even a little
bit better from the foul line.
, Sneads, which has been
plagued by poor foul
shooting in recent games,
made just 1-of-11 from the
charity stripe, including
three misses on the front'
end of a one-and-one.
"That's a team effort
right there," Johnson said.
"That's not on any one guy.
We can't win like that."
The Pirates were led by
Neel's 14 points, with
Williams adding 13, Alan
Patterson nine., and
Terrance Green eight.
Blountstown was led by
Jimmy Jackson's 14 points.
Jackson, a noted 3-point
specialist, got.the Tigers off
to their quick start by nail-
ing three triples in the first
quarter, a source of con-
sternation for Johnson con-
sidering the team's game


plan going in.
"We let Jimmy out of our
sights early on and he hurt
us," the Sneads coach said.
"We'd been talking about
sticking with him, but we
had some mental lapses
and he got some good


looks."
Still, Johnson said he
liked his team's chances in
the district tournament, and
that it would be a challenge
for any team to win the dis-
trict.
"I don't think there's a


whole lot of difference
"between Blountstown .and
us and Cottondale," the
coach said.
"But Blountstown's a
real good team' and they
gave us all the energy they
had."


MERE flag football season deemed a success


SBYSHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT

The inaugural adult flag football season for
the Marianna Recreation Department was a
huge success, according to the department's
assistant, director Jeff Faircloth.
There were six teams competing in the 10-
game season. The six teams were Rahal-Miller,
sponsored,by Rahal-Miller Chevrolet, Smoke-
n-Mirrors, who were sponsored by Alday-
'Howell Engineering, Krispy Kreme Dough
Boyz, Woodall's. Total ComfortCare, spon-
sored by the same and GEO from the private


prison in Graceville and the Mud Dogs.
The regular season ended witl4 two teams
sharing the league championship.
Botl Rahal-Miller and Smoke-n-Mirrors
held a 9-1 regular season record.
Krispy Kreme broke 'even at 5-5 and GEO
was just below .500 at 4-6.
Woodall's had three wins on the season with
seven losses and Eliminators/Mud Dogs were
winless at 0-10.
The first round of playoffs were held Jan. 22
with Krispy Kreme defeating the Mud Dogs 21-
7 and GEO taking a narrow 14-13 win over
Woodall's.


On Jan. 25, Smoke-n-Mirrors defeated GEO
41-20 while Rahal Miller shut-out Krispy
Kreme 40-0..
The championship game proved to be a barn-
burner with Smoke-N-Mirrors taking the 25-20
win over Rahal-Miller.
With the success of this year's program,
Faircloth said he was looking forward to next
season already.
"We had six teams in our first year and it was
a great season," he said. "The guys had fun and
the city had the chance to add another program
to its department."
. All games were played at Optimist Park.


Grand Ridge softball team hosting Johnson Classic


BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT

The Grand Ridge Lady Indians.
softball team will be hosting the
Ducky Johnson Memorial Classic
Middle School Softball
Tournament Saturday at John
Porter Park in Grand Ridge.
Grand Ridge Athletic Director
Tony Gurganus said he hopes this


is the first of many season open-
ing tournaments.
"We have four quality teams
coming to play in this tournament
and we think this is an excellent
opportunity for the kids to get to
play somebody. besides them-
selves," he said.
"Our kids have been practicing
nearly a month and they're ready
to be on the field competing.


After so many practices, the kids
are tired of it and they're ready to
see what they- can do in a game
situation.".
All schools invited have two
teams competing during the sea-
son, but the tournament will be
comprised of "A" teams only.
The first scheduled games are
at 9:30 a.m. with Grand Ridge'
hosting Port St Joe on one field


while Marianna Middle School
will take on Rouhlac on another
field.
Gurganus said he is hopeful of a
great turnout for the tournament.
"We will have concessions
open all day and admission is
only $3 with kids under 6 being
admitted free," he said.. "We are
hoping for a great day of softball
for everyone to enjoy."


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rebound and drawing a foul
with 2.1 seconds to play.
McElroy missed both of
his free throws, but a half-
court heave by Cameron
Dozier was well off as time
expired.
It was the fifth win in a
row for .Malone, although
coach Steven Welch was
hardly enthused about the
way his team played.
"Our offensive execution
was nonexistent," the coach
said. "We played well
defensively. That's about
all I can say."
Welch did single out
Littles, who led the team
with 11 points, for his con-
tributions in. the absence of
starting forward Aaron
Conrad, who was in foul
trouble much of the game
and eventually fouled out.
"He played very well,"
the coach said. "He gave us
.some help on the boards


and made some big free
throws. He played well in
some pressure situations."
However, the coach,
whose team is now 12-7 on
the year, didn't have much
praise to offer for his
team's overall perform-
aince.
"We played with no
intensity on offense at all,"
Welch said. "We were just
forcing stuff, instead of let-
ting it happen."
TJ Smith scored 11
points for Malone, with
Leeks adding seven.
Dozier led Graceville
with 15 points and seven
rebounds. Gabriel Best
added 10 points and seven
boards for GHS.
The teams could play
again in the district cham-
pionship game Feb. 14 in
Malone, if both win their
semifinal games in the dis-
trict tournament.


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Continued From Page 1C

but we got a win." You don't have to be on top would get tougher Saturday
Johnson also praised of him all the time. when the Indians went on
Buchanan for his perform- "He has fun and enjoys the road to face St.
ance and his improvement being out here. It's good to Petersburg and the
overall as a pitcher. The see a good kid improve and coach couldn't have been
sophomore right-hander do the things he's doing." more prophetic.
went four innings and sur- Buchanan was relieved Chipola lost both games
rendered just one run. by lefty Chris Roach in the of a doubleheader
"David has really made a fifth inning, with JB Saturday, the first 8-1 and
lot of strides from last year Johnson coming on in the the second 10-0.
to this year," the coach seventh and Duncan The Indians will have a
said. "He did very well. Midkiff pitching the ninth, chance to salvage the
He's a kid who does every- Johnson said after the weekend today with a third
thing you ask him to do. game that the competition game against St. Pete.


CHS
Continued From Page 1C


Obert said he was happy with the effort,
if not the execution, against Malone and
Blountstown and very proud of his team's
performance Friday night.
"We played together (Friday)," the
coach said. "Even in the games we lost, I
thought we played hard.
"I think we're steadily improving and


getting better here for the stretch. As long
as we have effort, we have a chance to try
to do something at the end of the year
hopefully."
'The Hornets are 14-10 on the season and
will play Sneads Feb. 13 in the district
semifinals in Sneads for a spot in the play-
offs.


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W-L
1) Jackson's BP 56-28
2) Now What 52.5-21.5
3) Mary Child Care 51.5-32.5
4) The Paddock Club 38-45
5) Cottondale PD 34-50
6) All in the Family 34-50
7) Adam's Funeral Home 32-52
8) Kindel Lanes 27-57
High Team Game: Now What 966
High Team Series: Now What 2797
High Game Female: Amie Kain 224
High Game Male: Mike Walker &
Aaron Walker 225
High Series Female: Amie Kain 581
High Series Male : Aaron Walker 599
1/27/2009
Tuesday Morning Coffee League
Team Standings


W-L
1) Hopkins 56.5-35.5
2) Family Dentistry 53.5-38.5
3) James & Sikes 51.5-40.5
4) Pacers 48.5-43.5
5) 1001 Uses 48-43
6) Marianna Animal Hospital 46-46
7) Champion Tile 46-46
8) Gazebo 43.5-48.5
9) Davis Optometry 41.5-50.5
10) Vacancy 6-78
High Team Game: Hopkins 941
High Team Series: Family Dentistry
2756
High Game Female: LuAnn Kindelspire
234
High Game Male: Ted Arnold 226
High Series Female: LuAnn Kindelspire
536
High Series Male: Coy Hess 597,
01//28/2009
WEDNESDAY NIGHT MIXED


Team Standings
W-L
1) Meghan & Her Guys 54.5-29.5
2) Marianna Toyota 54.5-29.5
3) Seminole Lodge 53-31
4) Redwood Bay/Hinson House
48.5-35.5
5) Mercer Law Offices 45.5-38.5
6) Hollis Body Shop 42-42
7)Mr. Bingo 40-44
8) DBBLL Trouble 38-46
9) Barely Bowlers 37-47
10) Wal-Mart 37-47
11) Nailport Express 33.5-50.5
12) Perfection's Detail n Wash 20.5-63.5
High Team Game: Marianna Toyota
1171
High Team Series: Marianna Toyota
3404
High Game Female: Misty Hess 215
High Game Male: Jack Townsell 248
High Series Female:Misty Hess 575
High Series Male: Jack Townsell 685


1/29/2009
Chipola League/Second Half
Team Standings
1)Marianna Office Supply
2) Bryant's BP
3) Smith's Supermarket
4) Al's Team
5) Redwood Bay Lumber
6) Marianna Truss


W-L
8-0
4-4
3-5
4-4
2-6
3-5


High Team Game: Redwood Bay Lumer
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High Team Series: Redwood Bay
Lumber 3335
High Series Female: LuAnn Kindelspire
493
High Series Male: Joe Anderson 685
High Game Female: Thelma Beloat 181
High Game Male: Jason Townsell 248


The day that he


finally 'got it'



Since he was.a toddler, I have.enjoyed didn't anticipate the distance I had to
being outdoors with my son. 24-year-old travel and was surprised when I wound up
Kyle caught his first fish at age 5, has nearly two miles from the truck. Kyle and
fired his own guns since the 6th grade, I had'never before been so far apart when
and began following me around on hikes fishing together.
as soon as he could walk more than a few My lengthy trek was worth it. I found
feet without falling. I've watched him what I was seeking. Three pools held fat
grow into an adept outdoorsman; knowl- rainbows and I took due advantage,
.edgeable, ethical, and appreciative. I am catching six in less than a half hour. The
unashamedly proud of him. final two (Georgia's trout limit is eight)
Though.circumstances didn't come so easily. Another hour
today warrant our not A passed without a single fish offering to
spending as much time ' strike my tiny Rooster Tail spinner. I left
together as we once did, the creek and climbed a steep incline up
when we do hook up, the bank, just to rest a bit.
my "boy" is still a After a brief "lollygag" in the shade of
favorite partner. Now we a big hemlock, I .arose, thinking I'd fish
-are equals. Gone are the maybe 30 more minutes before walking
days when he needed back to my starting point. Nonchalantly, I
my help casting, baiting began my downward'descent toward the
a hook, sighting-in a creek.
rifle, or finding his. way Bob Kornegay One misstep was all it took. A stepped-
back to a trail head. on rock gave way and Bob gave way in
Despite that my basic instinct to over- turn. Gravity took over and I tumbled
protect was hard to quell.. In fact, given down the slope and into the rippling
the opportunity, I'd probably still hold his water. Foolishly, I stuck out my right arm
hand when he crosses the street and to thwart my momentum and hit the rocky,
would jump at the chance to help him into stream bed as my wrist, elbow, shoulder,
his hunting clothes or remove a fish from and everything in between took the brunt
a hook for him. of the impact. It didn't take long to decide
Kyle got fed up with my doing such six trout were quite enough. Injury and
things around the age'of 13. "I can do it!" all, I emptied the water from my waders
he'd snap as I opened a gate. "You check and painfully started back downstream.
up on me all the time!" he'd growl after Negotiating cattle gates and electric
receiving my umpteenth two-way radio fences, I finally sighted the main road and
call. "I'm alright, Daddy!" he'd bark a distant figure in a familiar red pullover
whenever I tried to pick hinmup and brush walking resolutely, toward me. I waved
him off. That went on, unchecked, until 'with my good arm and was instantly rec-
he hit 17. Specifically, his resentment ognized by the young man', who subse-
knew no bounds until a particular North quently quickened his pace in my direc-
Georgia trout fishing trip we took in the tion. He wore a blatant frown and a poor-
spring of 2002. ly disguised look of worry.
On the bank of a small creek in Rabun "Where've you been?" my son asked.
County, Kyle wasted no time getting into "I was worried about you."
his, waders and wordlessly taking off (Oh, really?)
downstream. It was obvious he wished to "Upstream," I answered. "Fell in."
go it alone. I felt those natural "worry" "Yeah, I see," he replied. "Gimme your
pangs; but really couldn't blame him. rod. Let's get you back to the room and
Trout-stream solitude is a good thing. I into some dry clothes."
checked myself before asking where he' You know, I don't think I've ever loved
was going. that boy any more than I did at that
"I'll not embarrass him today," I said to moment. My throbbing arm felt instantly
myself. better. Better still, I believe that was the
I finished donning my own trout-fish- day he began to understand why daddies
ing ensemble (waders, creel, net, vest, are so damn reluctant to finally let em go.
wading shoes) and struck off upstream (Email Bob Kornegay at cletus@wind-
along the narrow mountain valley trail. I stream.net)


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Weekly fishing report for local lakes, rivers


LAKE SEMINOLE -
Bass fishing has been a bit
on the "iffy" side of late as
water temperatures across
the lake fluctuate.
Largemouths, however,
are beginning some pre-
spawn staging activity and
February should see a
marked increase in angler
success.
, Recent fair catches have
come on Carolina-rigs
fished in the migration
"ditches" adjacent to
spawning areas. Use .lip-
less crankbaits to locate
bass concentrations.
Spinnerbaits are good for
this purpose as well. Also
try drop-shot rigs on light
line in deep water in the
Spring Creek area. Fish,
drop-shots and 'other soft-
plastic rigs very slowly.,
Crappie fishing is "up
- and down." At present, the
best catches are coming
from the Fish Pond Drain
area onr jigs. Fish in about
20 feet of water for the best
results. Larger crappies are
deep right now. Minnows
may take greater numbers,
but jigs are producing big-
ger fish.
Hybrids, bream, and cat-
fish are slow.
LAKE EUFAULA -
Bass are fair to good on
spoons right now and
spoon-fishing should pro-


duce throughout February,
especially following a
cool-weather "snap."
Fish to 1 V2-ounce jig-
ging spoons on humps and
ledges in 12 to 20 feet of
water.
As staging for the spawn
begins, look to warmer
water in sloughs and back-
water areas. Staging bass
may be taken on jerkbaits,
spinnerbaits, or a naturally
fished swimbait. Fishing
Carolina-rigs and heavy,
slow-rolled spinnerbaits on
the deep ledges may pay
off as well from now
through the next couple of
weeks.
Main-lake and creek
channel ledges are holding
some hybrids now, as are
some of the deeper humps.
Jigging spoons may take a
few. As the water warms,
try trolling deep crankbaits
in these same areas.
Crappies are improving
and should continue to do
so through February. Drop-
fish live minnows now and
troll bare or minnow-tipped
jigs in shallower water as
temperatures rise.
Bream and catfish are
producing no viable reports
right now.
L A K E
ANDREWS'/CHATTA-
HOOCHEE RIVER For
bass, deeper areas near


creek mouths are best right
now. Seek out the least-
stained creeks and fish
medium to deep-running
crankbaits and Texas-
rigged worms. Dark-col-
ored worms with a hint of
chartreuse in the pattern are
suggested.,
Crawfish-patterned
crankbaits are the best
hardbait producers at pres-
ent. Bass fishing on the.
river itself is rather slow,
but a few fish may be
caught with jigging spoons
and jig-and-pig combina-
lions from main-river and
deeper creek channel
ledges.
Catfish are relatively
slow, but are better on the
river than in the reservoirs
right now. Tailwater cats
are fair on live and cut bait.
Crappies are slow,
though a few good individ-
ual fish have appeared for
anglers fishing from the
bank late in the afternoons.
Hybrids and bream are
very slow. /
(Generation schedules,
pool levels, and other such
information for area water-
ways may be obtained by
calling toll-free 1-888-771-'
4601. Follow the recorded
instructions and access the
touch-tone for the
Apalachicola River
System.)


Friday February 6th
10:00 Chipola College vs. Walters Slate CC
12:30 Chigola vs. San Jacinto (TX)
3:00 Walter State CC vs. San Jacinto (TX)
5:30 St. Petersburg College vs. College Of Southern Nevada

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5:30 St. Petersburg College vs. San Jacinto (TX)

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12:30 ~Cqlege vs. StrPetersburg College
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7 +/- Acres Split Level House
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2 Ponds with creek running through.
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100+ Harley-Davidson parts and accessories, guns,
antiques, trailers, furniture, vehicles, tools,
antique furniture (30+ pieces), chairs, tables, bedroom sets,,
hand tools, chain saws, tilers, kitchen items, lamps, fuel tank,
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press aluminum catwalk (23 pieces), 10 Harley-Davidson
motorcycles in excellent condition, 5 antique tractors,
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2498/573-1851 Hwy 69A GR, $115K
2BR/2BA, Clean/ qui- (850) 877-9340
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3/2 DW good cond. Watkins '79 27 foot,
fireplace, lite, brite, & 8HP Yanmor, at Port St.
open.Split BR plan Joe Marina, 27 north
$9K (850) 570-0581 dock. $16,500. 334-897-
2167 or 334-733-0020
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er w/115 HP Mercury Loaded $16,900 OB0 '03 Class A Monoco La
Optimax. 71 pound mo- 334-618-4501. Palma. 2 slides. '/A
tor guide, 480 GPS/fish bath. Loaded! Incl. car
finder, stainless steel Montana 20055th dolley & all furnishings
prop. Ready to fish Wheel, 4 slides, king (dishes, towels, etc.)
$18,600. 334-774-5412 or bed excellent condi- $75K. 334-790-3480.
334-790-1346. tion. $34,500 OBO 850-
S547-2808 Monoco Knight '06,
Pro Caft'05 205 with Montana 02' 5th wheel save 25K or4 more
a 225 HP EFI Mercury. camper, 32.5 ft. 2 slides maiesel, 4 slides, 430 mi,
Excellent condition. mounted space heater, m$157 any upgrades50-866-2774
$16,500. 334-726-1612 new 4000 Onan $159,700. 850-866-2774
Javin 16 taut boat, 90 generator w/inside re-
Javin 16 foot boat, 90 monte t25rk OrO 85-
HP Johnson. $3000 334- mamte, 25kwOBO,850
797-0309 593-6946
Jason 1986 bass boat Maco '06 5th wheelr
110 Johnson motor, w/slideout, used lyr -
garage kept, good con- by non-smoker, can
edition PRICE REDUCED be seen at 2469 El Be- .. .
$3900 080 334-794 5511 thel Church Rd. GR. Gulf stream class C, 98'.
/334-798-5936 $19K 850-593-6058 21' Triton, 71K mi.,gene-
HORSE TRAILER 2 Jayco '08 Eagle 5th ator, 2 airs, new tires,
2 new batteries & hitch
Horse Straight Load, wheel, 291 RLTS, war- $11,500 obo. 334-522-
grey, fair cond. $2000. ranty, also Dodge '07 4419/813-469-1592
334-775-8439 2500 diesel. 334-791- *.
4192 Fourwinds '08 Chateau
sport class C, 28ft.
Jayco '03 camper, 34 ft. Workhorse Chassis 6.0L
'Wfls 2 Slide outs exc. cond. Vortec. 5578K mi. no sl.
S AE LL like new on rented lot outs. non-smoker & pet
with water front view free. Reduced $51,000
G3 '03 1756 Cener Lake Eufaula $19,000 OBO serious inquiries
Console. Camo, 50hp OBO 334-793-0021. only. 334-522-3652.
Yamaha.Trolling Mo
tor. Depth finder. Holiday915twheel Damon Intruder 00'
Duck Blind, great 30 ft camper, clean D 35 ft. Class A mon Intrudesignr 00'
condition. $4,999. good cond. $4000 35 f. Class A design-
334-685-4218. -OBO 850-482-6066 slides, 2 AC, 2 TV's,
after 5pm side by side frig w/
Hard Top for a Jeep '04 ice maker. New tires,
SWrangler, Black, Towing pkg. $39,500.
very clean, Like new. 334-696-4746.
11 $1,200., 334-798-0626.
Gulfstream '03 26' Fifth Motorhome 3Day1 ft.ak
Chaparral 210 SSI '05, Wheel w/ slide out, Clean, sips 6. Great
Yellow, 260 hp, bimini Great cond. Reduced cond. Comes w/ 2-whl
top, galvanized trailer, $10,000, 334-726-2186. car dolly. 334-792-0619
custom cover, garage Forest River Surveyor Concord Coachman '05
stored, only 20hours, '06 30ft. Travel Trailer, Motor Home..23' long
many extras. Like new. self-contained, sleeps 2700mi, Take over pay-
$25,900, 334-475-3883. 8, excellent cond, ments.850-593-5103
Car Trailer '06, 24' $15,900. 334-726-6645 28 ft. Allegro well
Enclosed with winch Fleetwood '06 Utah maintained, new tires,
$5000. Just Like New! Pop Up Camper. Mint fully loaded, new paint,
334-588-6640 condition, 2-King sz, indoor-kept. $12,500.
beds, sofa bed and ta- Call 334-792-8018 or
Aluminum 15ft, fitrhi ble bed, AC & Refrig- 334-792-8827
boat, 25HP motor, trail- erator small galley
er, trolling motor, fish orator, small galley, a .
locator. $3000 334- 671- cassette commode. i
2998 $5000. 334-702-9975
FLEETWOOD '05 Prowl- W I
i ..'- 'er AX6, fifth wheel, 36ft,
4 slides,fireplace, large
shower, 3s0/50amp. A
-real must see at:'
$36,900 334-687-2994 1997 Four Winds Class
C, 31-ft, A/C, stove, mi-
crowave, fridge, sofa,
Aggressor '88 Fish/Ski, "r]4 I 146,
w/ 60 Mariner. Great
cond. $3500. 334-678-
6990.
'99 Cobra Bass Boat,
40hp Johnson motor, Z 1
thrust. $5500 OBO ':;,l .'" i "
850-352-4274 jI ldI u.u,'Ju,
Call 229-308-1168. '04 Pace Arrow 37 C,
Work Horse Chassis.
S" ._ 98 C m 19K, loaded, 3 slides,
.. z 98 Coachman San- 99 tow car, $93,000,
'- ";-; '. tara, 35ft. 23,000 334-618-0717,
miles, 7KW
generator, 2 en- MOTORCYCLES/
tries,ducted CH/A,
'95 Hunter 23.5 sailer hydraulic levelers, ATVs |
w/trailer,'03 5hp Hon- rear queens, sleeps
da, 2much2 list, $10k 6, leather power
OBO, Call 334-806-2822. captains chairs,
basement model. .
great .ha.pe, a 1
mrr3nu3ls, .-rsice
records. $32.000
50- s 76? 38265


86' BAYLINER 29ft. Vol-
vo 260 eng., Gen., Heat-
/Air, w/trailer, low
hours $12,500 OBO 687-
8169, 334-703-3138
'34 ft. House Boat,
Sleeps 6, good cond.,
asking $12,000 OBO,
Call 334-792-1079 or
334-718-9054


2Au553ft Forza
Sportfishing Yacht
Designed by world
renowned designer
Tom Fexas.
Dual Mercedes turbo
diesel engines.
166 Total Hrs on
Yacht and engines
Raymarine E120,
Autopilot, Hi def
Radar, VHF Custom
Fighting Chair,
Custom long Range
Tank, 60 Gallon Bait
Tank outriggers,
tournament rigged
Compare at 1.4
million. Sacrifice
$950,000 will trade
for equivalent ocean
/ waterfront proper- '
ties or trade down
for pleasure boat.
view Yacht at
http://www.sportfis
hingyacht.us/
Call865-805-1448
2004 90 hp Mercury
Out board $3750. firm
also 9.9 HP Evinrude
$650. 334-774-3165 or
334-791-7208


'95 Westport by Fleet-
wood, 34' 2 slides, rear
kitchen, hardwood
floors, good condition,
$11,500 687-2684, 334-
.703-0125







5th Wheel Newmar
'04 Kountry Star
35ft. HOME AWAY
FROM HOME!
Loaded, very clean.
Like new. $42,500,
850-272-6904.
31' FLEETWOOD. '97
fully self contained.
queen bed, slideout
& canopy. great cond.
$8500.334-803-3305.
2006 custom park mod-
el Log Cabinused 3
months perfect for lake
mother in law suite on
your lot, ready to move.
$33,900. OBO (251)654-
5586 -


.2003 Keystone Cougar
5th wheel, Series 276
EFs. 28 ft. w / living
room slide. Great cond.,
$13000, 334-702-8267,
leave a message.
1995 ShastaTravel
Trailer, 22 ft,; sleeps 4,
$5500,334-794-2921
08' Amerilite Travel


2003 Hunter 356 Trailer 21-V ft. Fully self
Excellent condition contained, Used once.
Loaded w/ features, Pd $13,400, asking $10k
Sleeps 7, Sacrifice at 850-579-2217
$104,900,850-596-7710
16 ft. Ouchita Bass MOTOR
Boat, 48 hp Johnson, HOMES
gaiter trailer, freshly
sanded & painted. 2
depth finders, motor
guide trolling mtr.,
trolling battery,
cranking battery,
$3500. 3334-585-2059 .
16ft Alum. Craft Bass
Boat, 50 Ib thrust
trolling motor new Winnebego '99 Brave
battery, $1700 OBO 35-C, 35', living rm,
850-482-6066 slide, 35k mi., Alcoa
wheels, new tires, gen.,
'06 Fisher 1710 crappy jacks, $33,500 obo, 522-
pro boat. 60 HP 4-stroke 3564
Mercury. Professionally
rigged.$10,200. 334-
692-3378 or 797-8008.
, CAMPERS/
N TRAVEL TRAILERS -
Weekend Warrior Toy
Hauler '08 SS2500 1/2
ton towable, like new, R-VISION '06 Trail-Lite
$28,500 0BO. 334-797- 26ft fully loaded low
1177 mileage like new! In-
clude's navigation sys-
Sprinter 1999 5th tem. Reduced to
wheel 27ft, with slide $5250000O 334-616-
out room, fully loaded 6508 to see!
with new hitch. $8000
334-805-3058 PRICE REDUCED
Lexington '06 29ft,3
Sportsman '08 5th slides, full body paint
Wheel, 32 ft., loaded. 11K miles, like new.
$27,500 0B0, 334-618- $55,000 firm. More info
7808. 334-703-2500


'09 PANTHER 110CC
SaTe' ir.:. e disc
br.' ,-; rh,,uii e limiter
r-.Tr,..:,- .:un .'.:.l start/
'.ii f f'r' O.-.1 0new in
i ,:raT r '.:. 6 ..99-1138
2103 HD Road King
asking $9500 (,r, call
482.ve221
2005 BIG DOG
RIDGE BACK
330 Rear Tire,
New Carburetor,
Pegs, Grips
& Mirrors.
BIKE IS STILL NEW!
2800 Miles. $17,000.
Call: 334-796-1251 "





2005 Bombardier Out-
lander 400HO,.4x4,
auto., 50 hours, 2500 lb
winch, tow bar, brush
guards, front & rear
racks, loaded, $4500.
334-585-0160
Badboy.buggy'06,4
WD, wench, gunrack,
$6500 FIRM. 334-498-
3032


'~ELL
Cubcadet '07 Utility
Vehicle. 20hp Cat
Diesel Enigine. Camo,
Auto. great condi-
tion. $8,500.
334-685-4218.
Dirt Bike, like new
$800.
334-671-5039.
Harley '03 Fatboy, sil-
ver/black, extras ++,
$13,500 OBO, 334-347-
5547.
Harley '06 1200 Sports-
ter, white, dyna fender,
Screaming Eagle pipes.
Excellent condition.
6100 mi., $8,490 obo,
334-726-7815


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HARLEY DAVIDSON
'04 Road King
Custom, Black, 1753,
Like new. $16,000
negotiable,
334-774-9215/
334-379-8163.
Harley Davidson '05 Su-
perglide, customized
w/ lots of chrome, mint
cond. 7500. mi. sacrifice
$14,900. 334-648-0348.





Harley Davidson '06
Screaming Eagle VROD,
Red, 7K mi, warranty,
$18,000. Call 334-714-
5940.
H-D '02 Ultra Classic,
Blue & Grey, Motorcy-
cle. 15100, Loaded, low
miles, very clean, Like
new. $13,000,334-701-
3258.


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ATVs AT ATTVs p ATVs p ATVs
Honda'07 RIncon, 680 Suzuki '06 Boulevard
HD 2000 FXDX, 4X4, 230 miles, 2 inch 800cc, 750 mi. Like
Dyna Super Glide lift, 28 inch ITP tires, new, crash bar &
Sport 6354 mi. 12 inch ITP rims, warn I, windshield $5,000.
ELL $7985. black all bumper, 4 year war- 7 .- 334-618-2542.
Harley Davidson original exc. cond. ranty. $5750 OBO. .
'08 Road King. 334-333-6202 334-685-2004 L O O K
6-spd. 675 miles, Honda'02 RC51-1000, Honda GL1800 '05 Gold-
excellent condi- Mint Cond., 12K, garage wing. Blackcherry, Kawasaki '06 ZX-10R, Suzuki '07 Blvd, pearl
tion. warranty, kept. $8,300., 632-1100 26,200mi, $15,000. plus Black, Motorcycle. 3200 white, 800cc. Like
334-618-9828. matching bushtech miles, runs well, low new! Windshield;
Honda '02 Shadow trailer 7,000mi. $4,000. miles, Great cond., bags, pass-backrest,
VT 600 CD. Motorcy- 334-693-9287 $7000, 334-687-8624 lugg e rack, engine
o gio,9000mies, gara
-rt d:.nition. runs KAWASAKI -'03 Vulcan Kawaski '02 ZX12R guard.$5400.
.-.:.1. v-v tires, $3000. 1500 Classic. Never laid very god cond. adlut 334-475-3551
:ret '3jal. 334-726- down, 19,000 miles, ex- ridden, $5,500. 334-983- Suzuki '08 Hayabusa, ,
o .s ji' ,cellent condition. Load- 1707. 1500 mi., like new,
ed, $7,500. 334-702-7775 $10,000.334-714'9654
HI'*NA '05 Rancher. if no answer, leave Kawaski '07 Mean
Green, 2 WD excellent message. Streak Special Edition. Suzuki LT-4WD 250 4
HARLEYDAVIDSON condion$2800. oboUnder 500 miles. Extras wheeler, runs good,
'95 Dyna Custom, 34715725. Kawasaki '05 Mule, 2 ncuded, $8,000.ll needs choke, $1400
Black / Purple Flames 3-791-5725. wheel drive, $5300 850-. 334-899-4247 OBO 850-482-6066
Mcoto rce. 5-p 2 209-4266 Mojo Motor Scooter '05, 'VERUCCI '05 50CC, 4
c. 31000 very clean, 200mi, Blue; $1650 850- stroke, 120 MPG plus 45
Like new. $10,500, 258-1638 MPH, Sportster replica
334-618-4527. Most $1,200 334-355-1339 be-
see to appreciate. f L O K Ranger '06 700 EFI fore 36PM
You Name ItCamo, excellent condi-
ClYou Na me It... assifiedHasKAWASAKI '06MULE tion. $8200 334- Yamaha '02 Raptor 660;
Classified Has It! !! KAWAAKI 06MULE 798-2181 fully loaded with acces-
HD'06 Heritage Softfail Honda'06250 Rebel, 30104x4. Red,exce- series, ridiculously
Classic. Wh, 5-d. Motorcycle. Like new. lent condition. Top Road Star"'i 1600, clean & fast, $3500, 334-
1700 mi., excellent con- Only 1700 miles. $2500. and Windshield dressed out, 12K miles, 805-0816
edition. 16,50. Call 334- Must Sell! 334-498-3918 $6,900. 334-726-2168 $5900. 334-790-4360 Yamaha 02'Zuna
406-1999. i HONDA '06 Rancher Kawasaki '81 Suzuki '02 GSXR600, Scooter. 6400 mi.
HD '07 Heritage Softtail 350 Es, green, 4-spd. 2 K2750LTD-H2.Needs Sport Bike. Too many 125mpg, Windshield
Classic, exc. cond., 3 yr. cyl.2 WD. 350 miles, work, good parts bike. access, to list! Immacu- & luggage rack,excel.
warranty, $13,500. Like new. 4000., 334- 13671 mi., $700 obo late bike. Must see it! cond. $1600. 850-352-
334-684-0498 791-0646 cash. 334-393-1735 $4750. 334-805-0816 4723


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trailer, like new, 26
hrs., $10K new- sell Audi'03 A6 power
for $5900, 229-861- everything, new tires,
289 or 4-685- excellent condition,
2899 or 334-685-2798 64,500 mi., $1,700 080.
Yamaha 08' Grizzly 4x4 334-983-4446
esi, 215 miles, 24 hours,
asking payoff of $6,500. .
334-237-3068 .
Yamaha'08 V-Star All '
extras less then 2000
mi. $10,000 334-693-
0059.
Yamaha '09 Zuma 125 BMW '03 325X1, Blue,
scooter, Brand New Sedan. 5-spd. 6-cyl,
only 10 miles!! 90 mpg, AWD. 51,500, Great
64 mph $2900. cond. $15,000, 610-.
334-701-4243. 710-9987.
Yamaha YZ125:2
stroke, pro circuit pipe
groat condition. 334-



BMW '06 325i silver,
premium package,
YOUR AD 34K miles, I owner.
YOUR AD $20,900.334-714-3932
COULD BMW 545105', Black,
COULD 45K miles. Fully Loaded,
Excellent Condition. 25
mi. per gallon: $32,500.
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BMW '90 525i 4DR
Loaded, 94K Green,with
Warranty $4,595 West
Main Car Sales, 1862 W.
Main St. 334-699-5880.
Bonneville '05 GXP,
North Star V8 engine,
Metalic grey,50K
miles $18,500 850-
209-1087
Buick '00 Regal LS, 4
.dr. w/console, auto,
cruise, tilt, pwr seat,
etc. Orig owner, 102k
mi. $4,990 obo. 334-
347-3378; 308-8021
Buick '93 Park Avenue
1 owner,,loaded, be-
low average miles, al-
ways garaged. $2,500.
334-494-1833







Cadillac '00 Deville
Pearl, Auto. 8-cylY
94000, Power steer-
ing, CD, A/C, AM/FM,
stereo, runs well,
Great cond. $10,000,
850-482-4848.


Cadillac '04 CTS in ex-
Scellent condition
$16,500. 334-740-9155
Cadillac '06 DTS GM,
fully loaded, 31,500
mi. Immaculate con-
dition. $24,500.850-
592-2773
Cadillac '96 Fleetwood,
Broutgham Edition, 22"
rims, exc. cond., 78K
mi., asking $6400 OBO,
Call (334) 379-5118
Camary'94 LE
$700.!! RUNS GOOD!
For listings call 800-,
365-3177 xA504







Chevrolet'03 Tahoe
LT. SUV. Black, Auto.
8-cyl. 2 WD. 78,000,
excellent condition.
Loaded, CD, AC,
AM/FM, stereo, new
tires, Ilather int.
very clean, $16,400.
Call334-790-5685.


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HONDA '07 Civic Si,
Blue 6-spd. 24,000
Loaded, moon roo,
Additional Transfer-
able warranty, Like
new. $17,000, 334-775-
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HONDA -'98 ACCORD 15,400 ,Loaded, leather. 8. Up. 334-393-3559 or
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6-cyl. 2 WD. 140,000 886-2399.
miles, great condi- Ford '99 350 V-10 super-
tion. Loaded, Power duty ext. van. tow
brakes, Power steer- Place your ad pack., exc. cond.78K
ing, CD, A/C, stereo, in our mi. $6,750.850-638-
runs well, new tires, Sales and Service 9771.
sunroof, leather int. Directory FREIGHTLINER01
very clean, $7,500. and grow FDL120. Semi truck '01k,
334-790-1722. your business!!! 810,000 mi. good
cond. $19K OBO, 850-
352-4808




Hyundai'04 Accent. 4
door, automatic."67K P'..11C, 6' GTO Jlulg
miles, 38 MPG. $5200. Race Car, 7.0 Heads- up GMC '02, 1 Tpi Box
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Wq --$11,000, 229-321-2092 cond. 334-347-3441


.. -sj w HYUNDAI'06 Sonata
-* GLS, Beige, Sedan.
Chevrolet'03 Tahoe Auto. 4-cyl. 2 WD.
.he roe 53000, Power brakes, &
LT. SUV. Black, Auto. steering, CD, A/C,
8-cyl. 2 WD. 78,000, AM/FM, stereo, sun-
Loaded CD, Ati roof, warranty, Great
Loaded, CD, ACnew ond. $10,995, 793-5596.
AM/FM, stereo, new
tires, leather int. Hyundai '07, Sonata V-
very clean, $16,400. 6, less then 20K miles
Call 334-790-5685. immaculate condition
$19,995. 334-677-5408
Chevrolet '99 Lumina Hyundia '06 Sonata LX
2nd owner, excel. leather, sunroof, V-6,
cond., CD, pw locks & new tires, power dr.
windows, white, 89K locks & steering, CC
$3,200. obo, 677-3953 heated seats, 6-disc.cd;
55,000K under warr.
Chevy '03 Z06 Corvette, $12,900 334-445-1057
Excellent cond. 35K mi,
$27,500. 850-762-8399
CHEVY '06 Malibu _
LTZ, White, Auto. 39K V
mi. Loaded, moon
roof, 30mpg Exc cond
$13K OBO, 714-9756.
Infiniti '00 130 Loaded
143K Excellent With
Warranty, $6,295. West
Main St. 334-699-5880.
Jeep '03 Wrangler,
red, full drive, 57K
Chevy '87 Monte Car- miles, 6 inch sky jack-
so Runs great, good er lift, with 31 inch
cond. $2,200. OBO tires. $12,500. 334-
334-701-7234 or 229- 750-4698
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Chevy '94 Camaro,
Blue, Sedan.5- spd.
S6-cyl. 2 WD. Loaded,
Power brakes, Power Kia'03 Rio Cico.
steering, CD, A/C, runs Wagon, automatic.
well, new tires, T-Tops, 73600 miles 38 mpg+
very clean, Great cond. iles. 38 mpg+
$4000., 334-618- 3414. $3995.334-790-7959
Chevy '94 Caprice "' 8
w/LT1 pos rear end .
Station wagon. Auto "-.
$1,800. 334-696- 8019.
Chevy '99 Camero
Z28, T-tops 90k miles
Lexus ES 300 '01 Sadan
Chrysler '02 Sebring, Super Clean $9995.110k
convertible, pearl miles. West Main Car
white, 59k miles,'great Sales W. Main. Street
Christmas present! Dothan. 334-699-5880
$4,800. 334-794-8861 Lincoln'99 Townca,
pwr moonroof, leath-
Her, AM/FM/6-cd; pwr
seats, 114K mi.,
^" r- $4,500. 334-894-2021
Mazda '02 Millennia, V6
Loaded, leather, and-
sunroof. $6500 OBO..
CORVETTE "85, $6,500 334-701-1038
0BO 229-334-8520; 334- Mercedes'06 C-230,
355-1202 white loaded, leather
Dodge'07 Charger, 4 sunroof. 63k miles .
door, black, $15,900. $16,200 OBO 334-798-
334-232-1290 3352

IFord,'03 Mustang GT Mertce esd06 CLS500,'
30,600 ml., clean, exc $55,000 334-685-
cond., $12,995, 334- $55,000 334-685-
| 248-6198, 248-2984 2584/334-794-6191. seri-
248-6198,248-2984 ous inquiries only!!
Ford '05 Mustang, V-6 Mercedes '07 E350,
premium edition, Fully white and tan, loaded
loaded, great gas saver, with nav, seen by ap-
Asking payoff $12,000. pointment only. Call
334-692-5577 334-685-1070
. .- MERCEDES-BENZ'82
k a".n.o 380SL, Blue, Convert-
ible. Auto. 8-cyl. 95K,
Loaded, Great cond.
$10,000, 334-803-1024.
ROM, NOW Mercury '04 Grand ,
Ford '06 Mustang GT, Marquis LS Limited
light blue, black weather Ed., burgundy, Ithr,
nt., premium sound, 11,500 orig. mi, $11K
loaded, 5 sp., exc. cond. obo 334-792-3008
23Kmi, Reduced $15,900
Bank financing avail- MITSUBISHI '98 DIA-
able! Call 334-588 3400 MANTE, LOADED


Pontiac '71 Grand Prix GMC '04 14ft w/ 6ft
Project Car, needs mo- Tommy Gate '04, AutO.
tor/tranny $2,500 OBO 4-cyl. 34,100, Power
334.687-0805, 695-6568 steering, AM/FM, Great
cond. $15,999 obo, 850-
_ ._ ~482-7390.
Isuzu '99 NTR Diesel
20 ft. BoxTruck. Wide
lift gate, AC, AM/FM,
-exc. tires all around,
new front brakes.
150K mi. Must sell
due to business cut
Saturn'07 Aura XR, back! $9000. 334-793-
9,800 mi., like new, 317 or 334-435-0298
white, Ithr, sunroof, all 31 or -0298
option, MUST SEE TO Volvo '97 dump truck
BELIEVE! $21,150 obo, W-64, tri-axle, 16' body.
334-522-3564 ext. side, R swing barn
Toyota '80 Cumry LI, door. $19,500. 080 334-
Good Cond, Fully Load- 685-2772; 334-671-7632 .
ed, 4 cyl, great gas AT
mileage, $4300 850-482- PARTS & .
8443 ACCESSORIES

*old. Fits F-150 '99,
Black, Like new. $600.

,: -DodgeV8, 318 Engine
Motor &.Transmission.
Running engine in SUV
Toyota'00 Camry $600 each OBO. 334-
Solara Convertible 333-5463
$8995. 128k miles. West
Main Car Sales W. M.St. Motor & trans. for Nis- -
Dothan. 334-699-5880 san '93 NX 2000, twin
cam, $800 obo. 446-0138
'A ton flat bed dump
body, power take off
'-' .- -o hydraulic, good condi-
q tion. $1800 334-794,

SPICK-UP
Toyota '02 CamrynLE ,
Very Clean, 114k miles f TRUCKS
$8995.00 West Main Car
Sales 1862 W.M. St. Chevrolet '07 Colo-
Dothan. 334-699-5880 radio, V6, Maroon ,
TII Ext. cab, 4 door & bed
Toyota '03 Corolla, sil- cover. 17,500 ml. Like
ver, exc. cond. $7,000. new. $15,500. 334-347
-Call 334-303-7396 or -6396 or 334-806-5167
477-6433
Chevrolet '05 1500 LS, 1
owner Crew Cab, 67,500
miToyota., two tone paint, all
power, $14,500,
Call 334-792-2724
Chevrolet '97 Pickup,
6 cyl. with a/c. Runs
.- good. $3500; Call
Toyota'09 Camry SE, Richard. 8334-701-h667
white, 8k miles, per- Chevrolet '83 Sllvera 'A
fect condition, 21,500, ton, with. toolbox. Good
334-714-3755 condition. All power &
A/C. $5,450. 334-794-
Volkswagen 05' Torpua- 5418
ra rvwgdle it


Icu way w/ atUUic inie
rior, 40k miles, top of
the line, sun roof, V8
option,dual climate air,
heated seats, automat-
ic /manual shift op-
tion, steering whee
controls, side curtain
air bags,window
shades for back seats,
and rear air. $ 23,800
334-701-8555/334-685-
6233
Volks Wagon '03 Jetta
GLS 1.8T, 30mpg, blk
w/blk leather, sport
wheels. 67K, 5 speed
$9,500. 334-714-5433
Volvo 04' V70, 2.5 turbo
wagon,,73k miles, Auto
w/manual shift option,
dual air climate control,
memory seats, CD/ca-
ssett player, gold w/tan
leather,remaining 100k
warranty $10,900, 334-
701-8555/334-685-6233





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$3UU..34-6-7913. VW RACE CAR, PRO
;-- *., z Monte Carlo SS Limited 4cyl, Tube Frame, nev
Edition. Over 30 mpg er raced, black, $2700
hwy. Black on black B. O0 334-726-3204
loaded, every feature. ANYTIME for info
92K hwy mi., $10,500,
'.. .. 334-347-3549 ANTIQUE
Ford'06 Mustang, Red, NISAN '00 Maxima AUTOS
Auto. 6-cyl. 35,500 mi, green, Sedan. Auto.
very clean, Great cond. 120.1K mi. Loaded,
$12,100, 334-798-5753. Great cond. $5000. "

IFord '64 Thunder- Nissan'04 Altima, PW
bird, 82K m, 1 town- PL & PS, 99K mi, good.
er, $4000. Will trade. cond, $8900. 798-2747 h
Classifieds have what
Ford 95' Mustang,Co- you are looking for. Cadillac '68 Deville,
nvertable $2500 850- -NISSAN'05 Maxima, Red, Convertible. $8500,
726- 1 0256 Burgandy Red, 37K,
Ford '98 Mustang Co- t1oaded, sunroof, Like PONTIAC- '72 Grand
bra, convertible, 5 spd, new. Sharp. $15,500, Rrix. Auto. 8-cyl.
$8,500.334-632-1100 334-790-6460. $4200.334-699-1995.


Chevrolet '041500,4x4,
regular cab, long bed,
39K, $9,000. Please call
334-726-0729
Chevrolet 04 Z71, Reg
Cab. Pick-up.- Gun Metal
Grey, Auto. 8-cyl. 4 WD.
52000, great condition.
Power brakes, Power
steering, CD, A/C,
AM/FM, stereo, $14,000.
334-488-4621.
Chevy '00 Silverado 6.0,
Eng. Ext., cab.w/long '
bed, CD, Full towing
pack. $7,000 334-477-
2271.
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Chevy'97 S 1500,
130K miles, 4.3 V6
Run i & looks good.
$3800 850-557-1798
CHEVY 99 S-10 LS,
5sp. 4cyl, a/c, AM/
FM. lac mags, ex
iure5, cloth int., rep.
clutch & batt, topper,
tlr hookup. $3500
(850) 569-2777/693-
0848


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Yahoo! HotJobs and the Jackson County Floridan have joined
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Chevy' 00 S10, white
L/S Ext., cab 4-3 en-
gine 111,000 ml, pwr
brakes, pwr steering,
pwr wdw, A/C $5995
OBO 334-714-1142
Chevy '88 '/2 ton, pick
up, brown, V8, runs &
looks good. 63k miles.
$3800. 334-803-2819
Dothan)


MUST t
GMC'06 Yukon
Denali, white,
SUV. Auto. 8-cyl.
AWD. approx.
36,000, Loaded,
Power brakes,
Power steering,
CD; A/C, AM/FM,
nav.,DVD player,
stereo, low miles,
moon roof, leath-
er int., 20-inch
factory chrome
whis. Like new.
Ssking pay-off .
only, 334-714-1916
or after 5:30 pm,
334-774-4449.

Honda '01 Accord XL
$1,300. All power, auto,
CD Player. WON'T LAST.
FOR LISTINGS CALL
(800)-365-3177 xA503
Honda "03 Accord,
coupe, sunroof, leather
seats, 75K miles. 14,000
850-685-5542 (Troy)






Honda '03 Civic Coupe
Automatic, One Owner
$7800.120k miles. West
Main Car Sales W.M. St.
Dothan. 334-699-5880
Honda '07 Civic Coupe
Touch screen GPS navi-
gation system, DVD
player, 26K mi., black,
$14,000 786-223-2278.


Nissan'06 Maxima SE
Exc. cond. white, war-
ranty, 29K mi, $15,400
OBO 334-714-6616
NISSAN '07 350Z Tour-
ing Roadster Convert-
ible. Pearl exterior,
auto, leather. Like New
with 6000 miles.
$31,000.334-695-3866.
Nissan '07 Maxima SL,
excellent cond., white,
warranted, 17K miles,
$21,000. OBO. 334-477-
0176






rt::;,r,.,w 30n2.
2+2 2nd owner, all
orig, exc. cond. 92K
miles, Bright red w/
d. grey LX int. Load-
ed w/all opts. Has
orig. MSRP, Lit. &
manuals. $5,000
OBO. 334-671-4188 or
334-596-8292.







Nissan '93 Maxima
All Power, White,
Runs Perfect $3500.00
Call 334-596-2552
Pontiac'06 GTO,'60,
400HP 24,000 miles,
black in/out, one
owner $26,000,850-
352-3752/850-557-
6666
Pontiac '07 G6, 4 cyl.,
silver, 4 door, 14K mi.,
w/ cruise, $13,900,
(334) 445-6302-,
(334)733-0579


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AUTOS







Ford '68 F100 step side,
REDUCED, MUST SELL,
runs great 18K mi.
black, MSTA $5,500
obo. 334-671-3772.






MUST SEE" PRICE "
REDUCED. Ford '68
100 Shortwheel
Base, 95% re-
stored- newly re-
built 6 cyl. 240 en-
gine (less than 80
mi.) with 3-speed
manual trans. in fir,
new paint & body
work, new tires &
rims, too much
newer stuff to list!
Looks & runs great.
ONLY $5,500 NOW.
Serious Inq. only!
334-791-6011
Thomas


Reduced-Sacrifice
Chevrolet 57 Bel-Air, 4
door, new eng. & paint,
75% refurbished. Many
extras Taking bids
starting at $12,000.
334-793-5534
"HAVY TRUCKS/
TRAILERS
20 ft.. triple axle car
hauler w/ ramps, elec.
brakes $1950. 334-648-
0348.
53' Dry Van Trailers,
Gnod Pnnditinn .d $5


PICK-UP PICK-UP PICK-UP SPORT UTILITY SPORT UTILITY <
TRUCKS TRUCKS TRUCKS VEHICLES VEHICLES
Chevy 04' Tahoe Z71, Chevy '03 Trailblazer ... APPlICa cs
Burgandyw/ beige LT, seats 8, exc. con di- T o
leather, 83k miles, tion. 16,000 actual m a., Appont Tts
steering wheel con- Price, $36,000, ask-.emS
trols, 3rd row seating ig $14,200. 334-333-E R
w/center bucket seats, 1685
disc cd changer in
dash, power seats, rear
air controls, FORD '91 Ranger 5- Toyota'06 Tacoma Toyota '05 4-Runner
$16,800334-701- spd. 6-cyl. 2 WD, 94K silver, auto. 6 cyl. 4 WD. ,S ., '. Black, SUV. Auto. 6-cyl.
8555/334-685-6233 miles, AM/FM, Needs 29,000, Loaded, power 2 WD. 80,400 miles,
Dodge 05' 3500 Quad minor work $1,800 brakes, power steering, Loaded, Great cond.
Du K ly5W ds 0r3 4otkO 1.00e0 d 85 0-579-4017. EGALS
Cab Dually. Cummiss OBO, 334-803-0167. CD, AC AM/F master $18,000,850-570-4017 LEGALS
Turbo Diesel, 69k miles, very clean, warranty
CD, Cruise, $20,500. Like new. $23,900.Call Dodge '01 Dakota LF14386
850-526-2290 days ..... 334-475-3600. Sport, automatic, V6, The Town of Grand
eves. 850-594-9931 39,800 miles, like new T'T,-wno fRidge
Dodge $' Ru P/U-$5995.-334-790-7959a R ide
2500 HD, good cond., Ford '98 Exlorer, 2 Will accept sealed bids
$2,800. 677-2805 door sport, 5 speed, until 3:00 pm. oo
Dode '07 Ram 1500 rd '0 Ranger XLA/C, runs goods. 143K Toyota '03 4-Runner February 12, 2009
quad cab, red, 4dr, Super Cab 3.0 V/6I104K 79 miles. $2500 4 0 0. x3 4 SRI low mil. warr, Ith,
CD, remote door lock Warranty $6,995 West- 5 7 790-0490 exc. cond. $13,500. 2003FordF250ew
tow pkg., under 36K Main Car Sales, 1862 W. Toota 05 Tacoma Ford '07 Explorer Eddie 334-798-9718, 334- Cab Truck VIN #
$22,00. 334-899-3792 Main St. 334-699-5880. a', Red, Kmiles er, V6, 3rd row seat, 793-6420 after 5:00 1FTNW20L93EA63891
,. Loaded, Great cond. asking $20,975 obo, Call You can obtain a Bid
-'a $16,000. OBO. 334-347- 34-797-4576 List and Condition Form
,.' 4999. Ford '05 Explorer, 3rd .0m at the Grand Ridge
.a -. ,- row seat, CD, anti Town Hall, Located at
S .' theft system, luggage 2086 Porter Avenue,
Srack, towing package, rnd Ridge, Florida,
excellent condition, 32442, Monday Fridpy,
93k miles. $7,900 334- 7:00 am.to 4:00 p.m.
DODGE '06 Ram Silver, Ford '99 Ranger XLT 393-9315 / 763-0117 Truck b ected
Auto 6cyl 2WD 25k CD Super Cab 4.0 V/6 91K Toyota'04,4-Runner during regular business
A/C Like new $16,799 Warranty $6,495West- SR5 Silver. Excellent hours. For more infor-
334-790-4509. Main CarSales, 1862W. Toyota '04 Tundra 47k condition. 67K miles. mation call J.R. Money-
Main St. 334-699-5880. 4 door All Power,Tinted 0 DEAL Electric, leather, Spoil- ham at (850)592-4621.
Windows ,20" Chrom Great X-Mas Present er, $15,000 obo. 334- LF14391
Rims, CD, $13,800 or Jeep'95 Wrangler wh. 791-9595.
OBO. Call 334-596-2552 w/ tan soft & /biiniublic Notice
Dodg MU. M L Truck Sale! Ford '05 top,heat, a/c 150k mi. 5 Public Notice
Truck, Ext.Cab F150 Extended Cab, speedcyl5,000BO Notice s gven pursu
Auto.Diesel4W dk Stone, $12,900, 334-618-1526 O WR Notice Is given pulrsu-
150,000 miles, fair dk stone, $12,900. ant to the Self Stor
condition. Power 334-596-1883 or 334- Honda '06 Element20k Toyota'07 age Act, Florida Stat-
brakes, Power 79141057 miles, $15,800. OBO SRS. SUV. Red, Auto. utes, Chapter 83a806
steering, CD, A/C, 334-728-8572 6-cyl. 2 WD. 60,000 ut hat err 83.886
steering, CD, A/ TruckSale! Ford'00 miles, great condi- that Mawianna ell
AM/FM, stereo, F150 Extended Cab, Honda 08' Pilot EXL, tion $18,000. 334-693- Storage will sell by
runs well, new silver $6900 fully loaded w/suroof, 0568. auction to, the highest
tires, 85-4218$7,500. 334-596-1883 or 334- 7K m. 24mo. warranty bidder the contents of
791-1057 remaining. Like new. spaces noted to the
891-107 $26,900. 334-714-7250 following leases:
Ford '01 F150 4DR XLT Ford '85 Tow Truck, Truck Sale! Ford '04 eases:
V8 Triton, 76K, Tow custom-built 1 ton F150 Supercrew gray Unit 121 Charese
8Triton, ue76ok, loaded. Great condi- F150 Supercrew, gray, a oik Smit prn prop-
kg. True workhorse! 50-25-1338 tlon.$8,500, 334-791- $13,900. 334-596-1883 Smith personal prop-
12,000.858695or 334-794-2426 or 334-791-1057 .. Ut 10 Charese
Ford.'02 F250 Ext, cab TRUCK SALE! Ford'05 Smith personal prop-
4WD 73 Diesel, Mint Ford '89 150 with tool F150 Supercrew, sil- Toyota '014 Runner SR- Sith per sonal prop-
Condition black, all rack and tool box. Good ver, $15,900. 334-596- 5 2-WD $8700. 112k
leather, lots of extras. condition, A/C. $1,545 1883 or 334-791-1057 miles. West Main Car M
$16K OBO 334-685-3832. 334-794-5418 S"ales W. Main. Street The same will be held
Ford '04 F150Fx4, Super Ford '04 XLT Super Cab, SPORT UTILI ,T, Do than. 334-699-5880 age Facility located at
Cab, 6-disc CD, 68K mi., towing pkg., bed liner, VEHICLES m, R ed 1:3. Toyota '04 Sequoia SR5 4610 Hwy 90, Marian-
$15,500, Call (334) 897 tool box,53K miles,. p LL rSet Chrome Awesome vehicle, na FL, Jackson Coun-
,0582 $15,000, Call (334) 794- CHEV'04 Avalanche Z71 Brush Guari Larger leather, 6 CD changer, ty, at 1.1:00 a.m. on
0751 loaded $14,000 call334- Tires than Stok, 4x4, DVD, power, 2 ton February 11,2009
S GMC'93 Gas, I ton 2739 Call 334-68-3463 0.334-791-7653 LF14395
flatbed dump. Good Chevrolet '99 510 Blaz- Jeep '79 CJ7, 304 V8, 5
condition, A/C,'power er, Good AC New trans. sp. transmission, new Toyota 07' Sequoa, Notice of Meeting
steering. $15,900. 334- with warr., New tires, tires, worn winch. Many White, 24K miles,
794-5418 clean. Runs.great!!!! Extras! $8,000 negotia- Gray leather interior, On Friday, February 6,
GMC'91 Jimmy4x4, 6.2 REDUCED!!! $3,200. 334- ble. 334-726-0435 Seats 8 & Blue Tooth. at 9 AM, the Jackson
Ford '08 F250 Lariat Diesel 4in lift. alumi- Jeep 01' Grand Chero- $27,900. 334-692-3824 County Board of
Crew Cab, 64LD, Auto. num wheels 1236 Radi- County Commission-
8-cyl. 2 WD.27000, al Swampers PS, PB, alorusheld. ers will hold a work-
Loaded, Like new. AC, Auto, AM/FM CD __icurr bug s:,tid. cS shop relating to the
$32,900. 334-718-1595. $5500 obo.850-762-9333 clean ,inside. r u Compass Lake in the
0n gler a- THills Municipal Serv-
'- GMC '99 Sierra Z71, k m,ie runs qrtsSat.
Black, nerf bar, tool- $6500.850-547-5292 S'3 K tc Taxing Unit Con-
box, bed rails. 150K, Jeep '08 Wrangler Sa-
*ood condition. hara4x4, 8,500 mi, hard .. In accordance with
Se$7,h900.334-671-4108 top & soft top, towing ;'- the Americans with
,Chevrolet'01 Tahoe LT.
GMC '93 Top Kick Dump 4x4, leather. 1 owner. pkg., black, khaki int., .-..., Disabilities Act, per-
Truck, 14 ft. steel bed, 3 85k mi. Sunroof, 3rd $24,500, 334-685-0653 s.. ., sons needing a spe-
ft; sides, auto., exc. seat. Exc. cond. $11,500. clal accommodation
cond., $4500, OBO 334- 334-360-0774. ---' to participate in, this
c 701-,5516 UI 3 i 3 34 meeting should con-
Chevy'95,Cargo-Van, tact the Administra-
Ford '08 F350 Lariat Infinity'04FX45,38,000 MlUSTnPP Chevy95,CargoVan. t act assistant no lat-
Crew Cab SRW 4WD' miles, fully loaded, ,- Automatic, 6ci,107K, rhap
Pick-up. Blue over$2,8 navigation rearview 2,800. 334-6914769 er than 5 days prior to
beige, Auto. 6.4L Turbo camera, grayish, exc. the CLASSIFIEDS m meeting. The Ad-
Diesel. 7,800 miles. Per- cond., $31K, 718-6640 We're Working For ant may be con-
warranty, $44,000 obo Mazda'04 B2300 P/U. You! tacted at 2864 Madi-
Call 334-447-8304. 68,000 mi., 5 sp. new '.. .. . son Street/ Marianna,
tires, leer camper, pio- ,' FL, 32448, (850) 482-
Ford '02 F150 Lariat, Ex- neer stereo, ex. shape Chevy '01 Blazer, White P HT i 9633, or (80) 955-
traCab toolbox,new $5500.334-797-6657 AT6-Cyl4WD, 130k, PB JEEP '9YJHT5spd l9633, or (800) 955-


8. V, white &taupe, Chevy '99 Suburban,
S 98K hwy mi. All serv- white, new remanufac- Land-Rover '99 Range Dodge '01 Grand Cara-
ice records, diamond turned engine1July'08, Rover HSE 4.6, fully von ES, red, Van. Auto.
plate box, rails, liner, guaranteedd 100,000 loaded, 95K mi., $7,200 6-cyl. 2 WD. 112,K mi.
$6,700. 334-797-4070' .. mor 3 yrs., transmis- OBO Call (334) 797-0768 miles, Loaded, Power
sion rebuilt Aug. '07, ex- bralesPowerade ering
tra good cond. Clean .. brakes, Power steering,
Nissan'06 Frontier tape & CD player- .., reo runs well, father IlJA
Ford '05 f250 Lariat Nismo 4X4 pw. 150,000 mi. $8,500, 334- ,- int. very clean, $5,20
power stroke, crew cab, windows& door 797-0430/334-691-2649 Mercury'99MT.Dk. Cal 334-347-0496.
4X4, new allterrian 18' locks. ext. cab v-6 CheM'32 Tahoe LS Blue w / grey leather
798ires 34K mi.2 see 334- auto, t000K m. $16, royal blue, less than sunroof, 89K. Loaded. Dodge'02 Ram 1500
7983936.$28000 00 3 OBO 42,OOOK mi. $16500 67K orig mi, lot of ex- Great cond. $5900, 334- Van. 3.9 V6 Cargo,
Ford '03 F250 Super- tras, 2 owners.$10,500 687-4494. 80K m, cold AC, lad-
crew V-10 gas Triton Nissan '04 Frontier SE, obo, 334-797-7990 Must der rack, ps, radio.
motor, Centennial Ford silver tone, 55k miles, l Ca $Craig 334.347.
addition Black, FX4 Loaded, asking 13,000 Call Craig 334-347-
wh. dr. Lariat. 145K mi. obo, 334-803-1055. 5547 or 727-798-3640
$1e5,000. 229-308-0259. Nissan '07 Titan .5.6 LE Dodge '93 Ram Handi-
with king cab. 1 owner. cappedap paVan, low mi.,
Ford '06 F-150 XLT,' Leather. Loaded, 13,500. . loaded, very good
super cab, candy miles. $24,000. 334-794-an athn cond., auto w/over
apple red with match- 8295. before 10am or Iv. Nissan '07 Pathfinder drive, ext top for
ing Tonneau-cover, mess. 334-648-0780. SE, Black, Auto. 43K walk inside, new car-
ing Toneau cover, m 3 0 mi. leather int., 3rd pet, TV, heavy duty
84K miles. $9200. OBO Toyota '07 Sequoia Chevy '01 Tahoe LT,r row seat, Likene. compressor, n
334-379-9166 or 334, 328k mi., sun roof, Ithr. el
774-0377 limited, 18k miles 3rd seat, heated seats, 19,500.$11,000 invested, ask-
Ford '0 F-250 XLT video, leather, p TVALpower, new- Nissan '02 Pathfinder ing $9,000 oho. Call
Ford F250 TSu- S o s ear r $8,900 OBO. 678- SE. Loaded w/options Buck @ 334-347-2648
per Cab, diesel, bur- white. Serious inquir- 350-8442. Excellent cond. $12,000.s4t1
gund & gray, goose- ies ony. 334-797-9522 334-447-0053Dodge '99 Caravan, V6,
neck all, exc. cond., Chevy '00 Tahoe, LT, 334-447-0053 jazzy1113 power chair
12K rmi .- $26,000, "'" 4x4, black w/tan leath- ,.r & a Harmar power ) k
324-i693922 ,... er. 145K, winch & brush. ramp inside. $5000, call or e e
334-693-9220 $ guard. $7,950. OBO 334- .Ella Elliot H: 334-793-
Ford '97 F150 XLT Super 793-9130/205-907-0861 7475, C: 334-797-5693
Cab, Triton V-8, d/a- Chevy '01 Tahoe Pew- Ford '00 Econoline cus- pollO<
mond plate tool box, ter Metallic, 2 WD, tom van, good condi-
bed liner, bed extender,wt
bed liner, bed9extenderleather, new motor & tiom All power, CC,
ec. condo $6900, 334-aofront & back A.C.
714-4210 or 677-607 Toyota '06 Tacoma transmission loaded, Nissan '00 Pathfind- $10,800. 334-794-5418
Auto. 4 WD. TRD & Tow- $7000. 334-798-5753. ers SE good condo,
Ford Pkg Tool Box,40k $6000. 334-798-97i8 Ford '07 E150 Cargo
tend Cab, Captain mi, Like new. $22,000, $6000.334798718 ontractor ready
seat, Automatic 334792-6252. Nissan '04 Xterra, 64K warranty, key less
transmission, AC, ta.n mi., 4x4, AT, $9,800 entry, $12,900.080 334-
$4800 will neg. 850- -0------ OBO, 334-983-4446 796-8174.
209-9497 Chevy '05 Tahoe, You Name It. Plymouth'96 Voy- #6.H th !!lll11!
White, leather, CD, Classified Has It!!! ager se (Caravan)
A"1 3XMr R,-2W0, 4t0,500r/ Nissan '06' Xterra S, V6 Auto ps pb cruise
miles, very clean, black, V6, auto 33k tilt am/fm cd all good
,-899- miles $16,500 334-300- tires runs great $1650
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Toyota '02 Tacoma SR5, Toyota '05 Highlander Pontiac '01 Montana, all
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FORD '98 Ranger $3,500 anced loan balance t0on, blue. Captain all power, 7 passenger, singer, good condition.
OBO, 4cyl. 5sp, A/C 229- $12,000.86k mi., exc. chairs, 107K mi. $10,500 6 CD changer. $19,500 $4500.334-299-3378 or (850)1 236'()-57
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LIKE NEW 2001 3/2 DOUBLEWIDE
on 1.1 acres on a city street in Grand
Ridget All new carpet, tile, decks. Looks
new, nice oaks. Great buy at only
$69,900! MLS# 234122





LIKE NEW COZY 2/1 ON PAVED STREET
IN ALFORD. Sits on a nice lot with large pecan
trees. All new hardy board siding. New lami-
nate. Allowance for new, appliances will be
given at closing. Metal roof, insulated windows.
All this for only $87,500 MLS# 211512


Acres. Quiet private setting in Cottondale.
Zoned Ag 2. Highway frontage & county road
frontage. $275,000 MLS#219685



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COTTONpALE TAYLOR RD Nice 3/1.5
Brick Home in the country. Nice big yard with
detached curpot land barn in the buck yard
Beamtilul property. Great house tor lirsls time
huyer. Living rooatm ,nd kitchen open tloor plan.
Screened Inrt, porch. Extra room could be used ias
bedroom. den. orlice ect.$99,9001) MLS# 211926


Gause & Associates Realty

Highway 71 South
MARIANNA, FLORIDA
UL 850-482-7990 O
www.gauserealtyinc.com


Tim. & Patsy
Sapp
Broker Owner/Realtor

Call Us For All Your
Real Estate Needs

(850) 209-3595
tsapp@earthlink.com
4257 W. Lafayette
Marianna, Florida 32446
(850)526-5260-Office
(850)526-5264-Fax
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Prestigious Executive Home now available in
North Oaks Subdivision. This 4/3.5 shows well
1ronm hc Itoyer going into the sunken living room.
Breaklast area & large kitchen w/plenty o' cabi-
nets. Separatle 1DR. New tile, new, carpel thru out
home. All new paint. ,Detailed crown moulding
throughout home. Upstairs bed & bath w/large






VERY ATTRACTIVE HOME located'
on a paved canopy street. On a corner
lot. 3/1.5 split bedroom design. Walk-in
closets. All new paint inside & out. 2
year new metal roof. A detached storage
building. A great buy' @ only $69,900.
Show anytime. #233647


4507 PUTNAM ST Te i li) -. ,:,u 11 be
pleasantly surprised!! Home in great condition
plus large corner lot, shop and a l rge wooden
deck. $169,900


9.39 ANDERSON RD Greenwood. Located just
north of Greenwood off Hwy. 71. Nice brick
home, acre lot, barn, lots of fruit trees.


43Z uEEHmINiu uS tiT Spaciousness asounos
.in this 3 bedroom home near old Marianna HIgh
School. This home has "character!" A "must
see" for only $104,900

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2933 GREEN ST HISTORIC, true victorian
home has been authentically restored. Features
5f this home include 3 marble fireplaces, 13'
ceilings, heart pine floors,& Mohawk laminated
woodflooring, crown'molding throughout, origin
nal bead-board wainscoting in DR, custom
drapes & plantation shutters. $29,900


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2937 GREEN STREET, MARIANNA, FL 5/3 2750 sq 1i home
located in historic section. Commercial potential. This is a
absolutely beautiful home with lots of updating already done.
Hurry and come see. MLS #08-533




2271 OAK CANOPY ROAD, MARIANNA, FL
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4365 DEERING.ST., MARIANNA, FL 3/2 home that has been totally ran.
ovated to suite the modern taste. Comes with an additional 1300 sq ft stu-
dio apartment. MLS# 08-964 $179,000




2466 DILMORE RD, COTTONDALE, FL
*2/2 Home on 6 acres* Fronts Dilmore Rd and 1-10t OWNER
FINANCING! tMLS# 08-1627 S45,000


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SOak cabinets &BIG pantry #233718
3004 Chase
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(850) 573-1127
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6237 +/- sq.ft. EXECUTIVE home in Spring Chase
*3 BR/3 full baths & (2) h baths 3 car garage* 3 central
unit w/3 zones Home theater room #2144586 4257.W. Lafayette,
-: -5114Presidents Marianna, Florida 32446
Mri.me (850) 526-5260-office
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Oak Trace.
Marianna
,' 3/2 Home built in 2007. Has vaulted living roorn cell-
.4 bedroomswl2 lull baths & 2 half baths.2storybomew.master, Ing. Kitchen has beautiful oak stain on cabinets. H-as
suite on main floor Inground pool wloutside shower& 1 bath front and back porch and sits on 1.14 acres. Open
Formal living & dining room ILarge kitchen w/center island- #212103 Floor plan with neutral paint choices and flooring.
S2834 MItonfla #211322 $134,900 Call Lisal
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Main house has ,5909 s l w/4 bedrooms, 4 full baths 2 hali t '. itE3-"4 -. ..--* .
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.2. i '-'.. i .t- e .k verlooking the lake. Back brick patio
Swith island, family roo. Sepantebildig se t pae living roork-
Grand & completely stseed Southern homee Tiso mics to liastsee. #214514 $32599,900 Call Brdgettl






baths5.7 +/ acrs on Belaire Dr, Greenwood fr $29,900. CanUpgrades:
porbe dlaivided 285 acres for $18c900i each more!#2 106633754
*.82 +/- acre Lot 26 Spring Chase Lane in Spring Chase
subdivisio $48Drive,900. #233759pe
Beautiful s1.52 +/ acre Lot 3 12 acres with B Chase Way n Spring Chase subdiv-ig oaks and 7+
sion. $58,900. 233757 ,.:.- 1,1 .... I ,
*.86 +1- acre Lit 14 Spring Chase Lane in Spring Chase ohvo ts tcatrming and cozy Covered porch oen iaB ack nd back
subdivision $48,900. #233756 or ltotmne surrounded by trees and a beauetitlll 0ulc latake
overlGHIPOLoo ing the p k en. arate builin bg set up as a work-ed
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water front, high bank ready to build on. 221771 hy took anhe to list? #23353214 $39229,900 allt
* 157 +/- acres on TimberlaneRd. $400,000. #234166 Cani
e divided 2.85 acres for $18,900 +- head & cooled sq.h. #233754







C.82y -aCrossing Ente 26 Sprainme $165,000. Lane645 Prvae 55 cre arSpringChase 40 acres being pastured 3 acre
* Prime commercial property in Hwy. 231. Hme & 2 acres with v spring led pond. roper-y has a Calatba Tree. great for
MORE acreage avail. Call or pricing. ChaseLane231651 in Spring Chase hong ad produces lowanders coit. Cov ragane onestifontl 3/1.5and ba
* 1 +CHIPO- acre & commercFRONTial OTic building on H k Rd. 0 HIGH TRAF- le garages 1itchen. ol Oak. Fig. 5ecand aed
FIC57 COUNT! Roes on to expand. $395,000. #231619 6 Mver Leton Treeo.#233095 $298,000 Call Lia
*.082+/- acre & (2) mHobilehomes (good rental Income) $129,900 L. ots For Sale Call Bridgett
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SPrime commercial prop$139,900.rty on Hwy 231. Home & 2 acres wbspringled pond. Property has a Catiiba Tree22953, great for500



* 18+/61- acres & cmmelcial building. located on Hwy. 90 HIGH TRAF 231 e wh garage. Beau .old Oaks. Figs eanand
with82in 1-12 miles o mesm NEW Conty Crossings. c232682 G ALots For Sale Call Bridgett o ull
$799,000. tile linenlirs of C II. #226846 $10,000
* lWi "llh'l;{1i]:ll:llb 9'ctll .1il,1 o0.27a crc lot in Sunni Iills. #226448 $14,900


WATERFRONT ON SURPRISE LAKE! 6.4
acres. 300 fecton water!,Beautifl private Springfed
Lake in Jackson County! Deed Restricted! Well &
Septic tank, Power. Ready for you to build your new
ltome! Come swim & rish or-just enjoy the view or
Bring A Camper!'All for $199,900! MLS# 226301





150 ACRES NEAR COTTONDALE ON 1-10 &
OBERT ROAD. County Graded Road Frontage on
both. Splits property 3 ways. Excellent development or
good l arn potential. 599,250. MLS# 226304


NICE APARTMENT COMPLEX. Convienently
located to Chipley. Excellent rental history. All fur-
nisIhd with IOw maintenance. Records available.
$335,000 MLS# 232485
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NICE AND CLEAN HOME located on a paved street in
Cl ipley. Great home lor lirst tiite buyer, retirees or rental
property TIhis 3/1 house comes with hardwood floori.central
heat & air. \ecll maintained yard. 3 car carport & a detached
workshop in a quiet neighbor ioodt $89,900 MIS# 233973





ItlI.OW RECENT APPIRAISAI.! Nice 14700 2 eXdnmil 2
hiah mobile hom tn 3/4 iv. Nice Yanrd, Lalc Shlide tlas. High &
dl Iot. I id l i l miiiicnlt.ile I .ale' e back lo\e l ie t |iailo. Apptil
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* PITTMAN HILL ROAD 200t acres, or will divide into 9 tracks
Located 1 mile from Compass Lake Call for details
SWOODBERRY.O LOT 9 in Hil Dale Estates S3,000 225287
*7591 HWY 90 1.07 acre in Grand Ridge S19.900 #233347-SOLD
*2891 LAWRENCEVILLE RD, COTTONDALE 2 3 acres S41.000
#223534
'TBD CABTERBURY DR., MARIANNA Lot 3 & 6, close to town
S14,000each #224469

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