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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 11, 2009
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Car theft


suspect


named
STAFF REPORT
Marianna police have named a
suspect in the daytime theft of a
truck last Saturday.
But he is not yet in
custody and the
vehicle is still *
missing.
The Marianna
Police Department
released a picture
of the suspect John C.
Tuesday, identify- Drew
ing him as 42-
year-old John Christopher Drew,
of 4478 Colonel St. in Marianna.
According to a Florida
Department of Corrections Web
site, this is not the first time Drew
See CAR, Page 5A >


Man flown to

Tallahassee

after setting

himself alight
STAFF REPORT
A Marianna man was airlifted
to a Tallahassee hospital with
bums to most of his body
Monday night after 'accidentally
setting himself on fire, according
to a press release from the
Marianna Police Department.
The man was identified as L.C.
Hall, 50, of 2926 Albert St.
Police say he was trying to
ignite a burn barrel with diesel
fuel in the back yard of a resi-
dence at 2810 Miltonia St. when
the accident occurred around
7:30 p.m.
An Air Heart helicopter was
summoned to Jennings Field,.
where Hall was taken to await
transport to Tallahassee.
Memorial Hospital.


Disturbance at

ACI Tuesday
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Guards at Apalachee
Correctional Institution had to
use pepper spray to subdue
inmates during a disturbance in
the east unit early Tuesday.
One correctional officer was
knocked to the ground around 9
a.m. as he tried to separate two
inmates who were "preparing to
fight" in a dormitory day room
according to Gretl Plessinger,
spokesman for the Florida
Department of Corrections.
Neither the guard nor the
irfmates were injured in the inci-
dent, she said.
Sgt. Luther Bush was allegedly
pushed down by inmate Douglas
Corea, Plessinger said.
Corea and inmate Divereon
Lawson were arguing about an
unknown matter when Bush
intervened, Plessinger said.
The officer got up ,and called
for back-up after being pushed
down, and multiple officers
responded. Pepper spray was
employed when the inmates
failed to obey commands, accord-
ing to Plessinger.
A third inmate was involved in
the incident, but may have been
See ACI, Page 5A >


Dueling


WEDNESDAY




hospitals


Jackson, Campbellton-Graceville

both submit federal funding requests


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Jackson County's two hospitals may wind
up competing for the attention of U.S. Rep.
Allen Boyd as he decides how to proceed in
seeking federal health care dollars through
general appropriations.
Boyd had asked the county to submit a
health care needs project to the 2nd
Congressional District's Healthcare Council,
an internal advisory board that Boyd created.
The county earlier had asked Jackson
Hospital to submit its requests. At their
Tuesday meeting, county commissioners
were getting ready to select one of the four
priorities the Marianna-based hospital had
offered for consideration by the county.
The commission had generally agreed on
one a $2.2 million request that would help


the hospital replace and/or renovate the aging
heating and ventilation system in the facility..
But then District 1 Commissioner Dr. Willie
Spires asked if Campbellton-Graceville
Hospital had been asked to submit a project.
County Administrator Ted Lakey said that
it hadn't, due to an oversight.
At that point, a county staffer was sent to
call Campbellton-Graceville Administrator
Jimmy Rigsby to see if he needed anything.
He did.
He wants $500,000 to renovate the heating
and air conditioning system at the hospital in
Graceville.
Commissioners debated whether to try and
combine the requests into one, in the hope
that the council might view it as an opportu-
nity to handle two air conditioning-related
See HOSPITALS, Page 5A >


State champions


Members of the Hope School Falcons basketball team cheer during a celebration of their state
championship win Tuesday. The Falcons defeated the Taylor County Bulldogs and the Silver
Sands Sharks, the previous state champions, to take the gold at the Special Olympic Games
Saturday at Eglin Air Force Base. This was the first year the Falcons have competed in the event's
Level Three league. They previously won a state championship in 2007 while competing in the
Level Four league. Mark Skinner / Floridan


Richard McConahy


County

approves

money for

lobbyist
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Jackson County
Commissioners
have tentatively
agreed to join a
regional lobbying
,effort to bring fed-
eral stimulus
money td North Scott
Florida.
The board voted Maddox
to set aside up to '$20,000 to join
other participating counties in
paying. the lobbyist. But, the
county's participation hinges on
the condition that it is satisfied
with the action plan when its
done.
Commissioner Dr. Willie
Spires is to be the board's liaison
with the firm putting the. plan
together.
Their decision is similar to
action taken by commissioners in
See LOBBYIST, Page .5A


Long-serving firefighter recognized


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Kilmer White found his call-
ing more,than 30 years ago as a
medic in war-torn Vietnam.
A native of Cottondale, he
returned from his stint in the
service to serve the people of
his home county for three
decades as an EMT and fire-
fighter.
This week, White announced
his upcoming retirement from
Jackson County Fire Rescue.
JCFR Chief Tony Wesley pre-
sented White some ceremonial
items Tuesday, as Jackson
County commissioners recog-
nized White for his service.
Wesley gave him a fire hat
and a long-handled axe, and
teased White about restrictions
on their use he can't take
them out fishing, Wesley said.
White does plan to get in'
some fishing, but he might find
the silveraxe blade more handy
in his vegetable garden. He said


Jackson County Fire Rescue Chief Tony Wesley, left, presents an
axe and a fire helmet to retiring EMT/firefighter Kilmer White. -
Deborah Buckhalter / Floridan
he hopes to be more occupied now that he has a bit more time
with that long-standing hobby on his hands.


He can also devote more time
to his mother, 93-year-old Sonie
White, who lives with him and
is an important figure in his life.
After he has a chance to enjoy
the start of his retirement, White
said he might go back to school
with a specific area of study in
mind.
He'd like to be more comput-
er literate, he said, but isn't
planning ,to enroll for classes
anytime soon.
He said he enjoyed working
for the community through the
years.
Among his most memorable
fire fights, he said, was the blaze
that destroyed most of the old
Sneads High School several
years ago. Fire departments
from almost every surrounding
community responded to that
one. "We needed everyone we
could get," he said. "It was a big
fire, and it sure was a sad thing."
He said he's looking forward
to his first idle spring, a time
just right for fishing.


Cottondale mayor recognized for 20 years' service


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER ognized for his many years of public serv-
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER ice.
The Florida League of Cities sent a
Cottondale Mayor James Elmore has. plaque and lapel pin in recognition of his
served on the city commission for 20 con- achievement, and City Manager Willie
secutive years, and this week, he was rec- Cook presented the items at a city com-


mission meeting Monday.
In accepting the plaque and pin, Elmore
commented that he was honored to serve.
"There have been some trying times, but
some successful times," he said.
When Cook handed him the items,


Elmore jokingly said, "This is my stimulus
package."
Cook said Elmore, an ordained minister,
has been a devoted public servant through
See MAYOR, Page 5A >


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February 11 Wednesday
Southeastern Community Blood Center
Mobile Unit will be taking blood donations
from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. EST at Florida State
Hospital. Call 526-4403.
The Town of Grand Ridge Ranking
Committee meets at 11 a.m. at the Grand
Ridge Town Hall, to review proposals submit-
tpd for the Florida DOT Roadside Beautification
project, Call 592-4621. .
Chipola College retirees (faculty and staff)
meet at 11:30 a.m. for lunch at the Gazebo
Coffee Shoppe & Deli in Marianna.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing each Wednesday, noon to 1 p.m., at the
First United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

February 12 --- Thursday
Southeastern Community Blood Center
Mobile Unit will be taking blood donations
from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Graceville High
School. Call 526-4403.
The Jackson County School Board con-
7venes for its regular board work session at 4
p.m. The board meeting is Feb. 17.
The Chipola. Regional Workforce
Development Board, Inc. general board meet-
ing is at 6 p.m. in the Workforce board offices
in Marianna. Call 800-382-5164.
The Town of Grand Ridge will hold a pub-
lic hearing at 6 p.m. at the Grand Ridge Town
Hall to review and discuss proposed
Ordinance No. 2008-09 Town Charter. The
regular monthly council meeting will immedi-
ately follow, A copy of the proposed ordinance
will be available for review at the town hall. Call
592-4621.
The Malone Community Softball League -
a league for Malone, Bascom and Greenwood
girls ages 8 to 12 -. meets at 6 p.m. in the
Malone Town Hall. Parents with daughters)


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interested in playing softball this season are
invited. Those unable to attend can call Lori
Hewett at 718-6697, Wendy Calloway at 569-
2230 or Tausha Wood at 209-5989.
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 limited to persons with a
desire to stop drinking.

February 13 Friday
Southeastern Community Blood Center
Mobile Unit will be taking blood. donations
from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. at Tri-State
Warehouse. Call 526-4403..
Chipola River Book and Tea, located at
4402 Lafayette Street in downtown Marianna,
will welcome author J.D. Robbins for a book
signing of his recent book, "Country Cookbook
and Country Stories," from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Those with previously purchased copies of the
book can bring them in for an autograph.
Better Breathers Club meets 2-3 p.m. in
the Hudnall Medical Building Community
Room of Jackson Hospital, 4230 Hospital
Drive, Marianna. Speaker Ann Livingston,
ARNP, CNM, of Watson's Pharmacy presents
"Avoiding Indoor Air Pollution." Light refresh-
ments served: No cost to attend. Friends/care-
givers welcome. Call 718-2849.
The Jackson County Youth Council hosts a
discussion on the role of the NAACP in the
community, at 6 p.m. at Kayte Wheels Buffet
Restaurant, located at 2914 Optimist Drive, in
Marianna. Call 573-0108. New youth members
welcome. Door prizes will be awarded. A draw-
ing for dinner for two at the restaurant will fol-
low the discussion. '
.* Marianna's Gathering Place Foundation
hosts a Valentine's Dance at 6 p.m. at Jim's
Buffet and Grill. Cost is $6; all-proceeds go to


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Contact Us
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
FAX: (850) 482-4478
E-mail: ediforial@jcfloridan.com
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P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
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Marianna, FL 32446
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knowingly accept or publish illegal
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which expresses preference based
on legally protected personal char-
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How to get your
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Community Calendar events via e-
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announcements. Forms are avail-
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Photographs must be of good qual-
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submissions.


local charitable organizations/projects. Door
.prizes will be awarded. Call 526-4561.
Alcoholics Anonymous has an open meet-
ing each Friday, 8 to 9 p.m., at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna. Meet in the AA room.
Today is the registration deadline for
Jackson and Gadsden County Extension
offices Master Gardener Volunteer Training
course. Classes are each Wednesday, Feb 18-
April 15, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Instruction in
homeowner horticulture to include pesticides,
herbicides, propagation, fruits, vegetables,
herbs, ornamentals, good bugs/bad bugs, etc.
and several field trips. The cost is $65 for the
course and $75 (optional) for a set of hand
books. Call the Jackson County Extension
Service at 482-9620.

February 14 Saturday
Partners for Pets hosts an Open House
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the shelter located at
4011 Maintenance Drive in Marianna.
Attendees can meet the pets, have some
refreshments and visit with the staff. Call 482-
4570.
Marianna's Gathering Place Foundation
dance classes at Jim's Buffet and Grill are
Saturday 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.
R.S.V.P. by calling 526-4561.
Darold Pope/Amandala United Temples
host a Valentine's Day party from 8 p.m. to 2
a.m. at the Jackson County Agriculture Center
on US 90 in Marianna. Food, refreshments and
door prizes available. Proceeds benefit AAU
Youth Basketball programs. Tickets $10 for
singles, $15 (advance) or $20 (door) for cou-
ples are available at Aaron's Sales and
Lease,. Kids Kingdom Learning Center, Bryant
Enterprises and Tony's Nu Looks -Malone.


POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police Department
listed the following incidents for
Feb. 9, the latest available report:
One hit and run incident, three traf-
fic accidents, one reckless
driver, two suspicious vehi-
cles, one suspicious inci-
dent, one suspicious person,
one highway obstruction, rC
one disturbance, one fire, C
one prowler, three burglar
alarms, one larceny complaint, one
civil dispute, one trespassing com-
plaint, one juvenile complaint,
three animal complaints, five pub-
lic service calls, one open door, one
worthless check and four traffic
stops.
JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County Sheriff's


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Office .listed the following inci-
dents for Feb. 9, the latest available
report: Three alarms, one assault,
one battery, two civil disputes, one
dead person (natural causes), three
disorderly conduct reports,
.2- three disturbances, one
t domestic violence incident,
two drug investigations,
I ME one drunk driver, three
escorts, 11 investigations
initiated/continued, one
report of shooting in the area, seven
suspicious incidents, one theft. of
services, four traffic accidents,
seven traffic stops, two trespassing
complaints, six warrant arrests, one
reckless driver and one 911 hang-
up.
JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
The following people were


booked into the county jail during
the latest reporting periods:
Dekeydrum Marshall, 18, 600
Arlington Ave., Dothan, Ala., six
counts of burglary of a con-
veyance.
Johnny Carrasco, 43, 3301
Tamiami Trail, Naples, two counts
of violation of state probation.
Katrice Newton, 19, 5440
Brown St., Graceville, violation of
conditional release.
Schilinda Newton, 20, 3070,
Carters Mill Road, Marianna, vio-
lation of conditional release.
Leonard Yeatman, 20, 7730
Highway 90, Sneads, battery
(domestic violence).
John Mason, 47, 8179 Old
Spanish Trail, Sneads, making
false 911 call.
Clement Malcolm, 36, 2664
Mineral Road, Lot 7, Marianna,


violation of state probation.
JAIL POPULATION: 225
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.
To report a wildlife violation, call
1-888-404-FWCC (3922).


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SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Some 43 area teachers
attended the Chipola
College Future Educators
Club second annual work-
shop on Jan. 24.
"The FEC Workshop
was a huge success.
Teachers were able to
learn and practice new
strategies that will
enhance their classroom
instruction," Dr. Cherry
Ward, a professor in the
Chipola education pro-
gram said.
"Many workshop partic-
ipants commented that
they were shown tech-
niques that would make
them more informed, pro-
ficient educators; This was
also a wonderful opportu-
nity for networking and
the sharing of ideas."
The Future Educators
Club is group of Chipola
students who are pursuing
a teaching career.
The 17 members who
participated in the event
conducted. workshops,
modeled lesson techniques
and shared resources.
Panhandle Area
Educational Consortium
offered in-service points,
for the workshop.
Several area businesses
donated goods and funds
for the event, including:
Donut Land Express,
Pizza Hut, Wal-Mart,
Hungry Howie's,
Domino's, Skins and
Bubba's BBQ,
Blockbuster, The
Chocolate' Gallery,
Bailey's Surf and Turf,


Some 43 area teachers
attended the Chipola
College Future Educators
Club second annual work-
shop on Jan. 24. Pictured
from left, are: Chipola
College sophomore FEC
member Danny Rutherford
Tanya Wiggins of Golson
Elementary. School and
Wayne Tanner of
Marianna Middle School.
- Contributed photo

Sassy Sizzors, Orange Hill
Express, KFC, Arby's, Po-
Folks, Chipola Area
Groundwater Outreach
Program, Chipold
Bookstore, Ruby, Tuesday,
Sweet. Stuff Bakery,
Marianna Office Supply,
Grocery' Outlet and
Outback Steakhouse.


Marianna Middle School recently
announced the honor rolls for the
second nine-weeks.

Sixth Grade

A Honor Roll Joshua Baker,
Lexie Basford, Jeb Bruner,
Christchan Chaney, Belle
Chintanadilok, Ariana Domen,
Laurence Glover, Hannah Jackson,
Shelbie Johnson, Hampton Jordan,
Alyssa Klotz, Tyler McAllister,
Brianna McCaffrey, Kaitlyn Miles,
Madison NeSmith, Alexi Nix, Galen
Olds,' Sophia Pereda, Shamari
Pittman, Maggie Powell, Hudson
Roberts, Taniyah Robinson, Alexis
Scharlach, Natasha Smith, Darbey
Sweeney, Dustyn Sweeney, William
Tyus, Elizabeth Varnum and Garrett
Williams.
A-B Honor Roll Caroline
Adams, Brandon Allen, Carley Allen,
Forrest Allen, Emily Anderson,
Wyatt Bachelier, Codi Bailey, Brian
Bowers, William Braxton, Jacob
Brock, Annalise Brockner, Trenton
Charles, Madison Christmas, Destiny
Combs, Alyssa Copeland,
Christopher Coulliette, Savannah
Creel, Destiny Croft, Kristip Cumbie,
Jake Daffin, Rivers Donaldson,
Hanna Donofro, Sheridan Dryden,'
Abbie Dudley, Michel Edenfield,
Jeremiah Emanuel, Zynisha Garrett,
Dustan Gay, Cianna Harris, Regan
Harris, Alle Hinson, Bryan Johnson,,
Alexis Kendall, Justin Kent, Jennifer
Kornegay, Charles La Fontaine,
Xavier Lampley, Jacob Lepper, Teon
Long, Megan Marley, Ariana Martin,
Colleen Mears, Anastasia Mitchell,
Shelby O'Connor, Alexus Perry,
Chelsey Pettis, Lacey Roberts,
Alexandria Rodriguez, Alexa Sarson,
Morgan Seay, Skyler Skipper, Jordan
Smith, Garrett Speights, Jared


Standiford, Blake Stotler, Thomas
Strader, Brenton Thoreson, John
Touchton, Emily Vinczan, Kayce
Ward, Shawn Wells, Adrian Williams
and Maxwell Williams.

Seventh Grade

A Honor Roll Jasmine Alonso,
Allie-Ann Bigale, Levi Cobb, Maddie
Craven, Vallen Driggers, Gray
Gilmore, Brianna Godwin, Rache
Granberry, Jordan Hussey, Chelsea
Kuhajda, Shanna Letner, Christopher
Martinez, Christina McKeen, Ashtin
McMullian, Katrina Milliser, Kaitlyn
Moss, Jasmine Mount, Kaydee
Nance, William Newman, Trenton
Nobles, Milan Patel, Chance Pender,
Mary Katherine Pittman, Dakota
Raines, Caroline Rogers, Andrew
Shouse, Timothy Snyder, Riby
Stephens, Hailey Tew, Shayli. Tharp,
Megan Tillman, Amber Ward, Ashley
Willis, Masha Yaroshenko and
Madison Zimmerman.
A-B Honor Roll Marquis
Baker, Kathryn Barfield, Kimball
Bass, Devan Baxley, Cody Baxter,
Tiffany Beauliu, Dillon Bennett,
Ceanna "Bevis, Josh Blackburn,
Zakerie Blank, Mallory Bosse, Kody
Bryan, Caitlyn Carpenter, Kristina
Collins, Tyler Colson, Roderick
Copeland, Brein Curry, Gary Davis,
Sarea Davis,; Ashley Delameter,
Christopher. Gainey, Savannah
Gandy, Madison Gullett, Nicholas
Helms, Bryce Hixenbaugh, Hannah
Isler, Kristen Johnson, Derrick
Knowles, Reid Long, Kendall
Lowery, Brittany Marley, Kate Mayo,
Randyn McMillan, Dylan Meeks,
Mallory Merrifield, Keionna
Mitchell, Faith Moore, Betty Ni,
Ke'Renza Nunes, Alexander
Oakford, Reagan Oliver, Janki Patel,
Brianna Perry, ,Tyler Prim, Alexis


Roulhac, Marlena Smith, Dylan
Standland, Mattew Suggs, Kyle
Tanner, Landon Turnmire, Plinio
Tuta, Blake Waters, Brianna Watts,
Evan Wester, Elnora White, Morgan
Willis and Savanna Wynn.

Eighth Grade

A Honor Roll Chelsie Bailey,
Mallory Dean, Adam DeWitt, Emily
Fuqua, Jeffrey Gardner, Delaney
Geidner, Will Glover, Madison
Harrell, "Tyler Helms, Kaitlyn
Kosciw, Salina Lamb, Jamie McCoy,
Brad Middleton, Jake Mitchell,
Porsha Morgan, Irene Muniz,
Cassandra Pereda, Zachary Perkins,
Devin Ranew, Rachel Redfern, Heath
Roberts, Linsey Rodenbach, Tiffany
Stephens, Taylor Strauss, Siera
Sylvester, Lori Tucker, David White,
Jeremy Wilson and Tessa Woods.
A-B Honor Roll Taylor Adkins,
Erica Allen, Alliyah Baker, Linsey
Basford, Deriel- Blanks, Allie
Christmas, Morgan Cook,. Jake
Daniels; Tyler Daniels, Desiray
DeClouet, Shawna Donofro, Tucker
Gay, Jonathan Githens,. Markwan
Gordon, Ta'Tianna IHall, Blaine
Hansford, Tiffany Hansford,
Elizabeth Hester, Megan Holloway,
Nicholas Hussey, Shalonda Jackson,
Delmar Jones-Decree, John Lane,
Cassie Lentzsch, Whitney Lipford,
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Gas tax will treat our addiction


BY RICHARD G. LUGAR
WASHINGTON Reality
is stark: Nearly every. major.
foreign policy challenge we
face is aggravated by our
continued addiction to oil.
Recent developments in
Europe, the Middle East, .and
Africa only underscore this
fact. But a new president and
'changed economic condi-
tions offer the chance to take
a bold step toward freeing
our nation from the grip of
foreign petroleum.
In March 2006, I charac-
terized America's excessive
reliance on oil as "the alba-'
tross' of national security."
When oil prices soared to a
peak of nearly $150 a barrel
last summer, oibriches
emboldened authoritarian
rulers from Venezuela to Iran
to the. genocidal regime in
Sudan.
Poor countries struggling
to grow were crushed by the
weight of oil import expens-
es. Allies in Europe have
gone cold this winter as
. Russia wielded its near-
,monopoly on gas supplies as.
a political weapon. And.our
own economic woes were-
exacerbated as we shipped
billions of dollars overseas to.
pay our oil bills.
Yet the huge external costs
of our oil addiction in
terms of national security,
economic vulnerability, and
environmental, damage'- are
not accounted for in the price
Americans pay at the pump.
Classic economics identifies
two basic options to inter-
cede where Adam Smith's
invisible hand fails:


*Governments can regulate to
force, or prevent, certain
actions. The government also
can impose targeted taxes;
which are almost always the
most efficient, least invasive,
and most transparent remedy
for market failure.
In the Jan. 5 edition of the
Weekly Standard, conserva-
t' ive writer and columnist ,
Charles Krauthammer made
a strong case for a "net-zero
gas tax" proposal that would
match, dollar for dollar, an
increase in the federal gas.
tax with a decrease-in payroll
tax, which is paid by every
working American. Because
it represents no net tax hike,
it would bring the benefits of
reduced consumption while
putting money into the hands
of Americans.
A gasoline tax is transpar-
ent, easy to administer, and
targeted at the one sector that
burns most of our oil. We
know it would cut imports.
When gasoline prices topped
$4 a gallon last year,
Americans chose to use less,
leading to a major drop in
gasoline consumption.
The gains from accurately
priced gasoline would grow
as Americans demanded
more fuel-efficient vehicles,
chose non-petroleum alterna-
tives to power them, and
found public transit options
that work. Pricing gasoline
to reflect its true cost to the
nation would help spur a vast
market in which oil alterna-
tives such as advanced biofu-
els would become competi-
tive and innovation would
flourish.
The auto industry would


benefit from knowing that it
could invest aggressively in
high-mileage technology
without worrying that con-
sumers might turn back to
inefficient gas guzzlers. We
would cut our greenhouse
gas emissions, 30 percent of
which come from transporta-
tion. Adjusting Americans'
tax burden to put more
spending power into their
own hands makes sense
when household budgets are
squeezed. A revenue-neutral
oil security tax would take
every penny collected at the
pump and put it right back
into the pockets of con-
sumers.
Options for doing so
include cutting the payroll
tax, which disproportionately
affects the lowest-paid
employees, so workers
would see extra money every
payday. Alternatively, the
government could regularly
send a check to everyone
over 18.
I am prepared to work with
the Obama administration
and colleagues in Congress
to devise the'most efficient
way to return the revenue to
the American people, even as
we advocate the general poli-
cy of a gas tax to promote
better cars and alternative
fuels.
Americans sent nearly
,$430 billion to. other coun-
tries in 2008 for the cost of
imported oil an amount
equal to almost half of
President Obama's stimulus
package. Those hundreds of
billions should be spent to
build a new energy economy
here, not shipped to danger-


ous regimes overseas.-
No tax is perfect, and
some special provisions may
be necessary for individuals
and groups disproportionate-
ly affected. But we as a
nation are. already suffering
every day from our oil
dependence, and decisive
measures are needed.
. The alternative to a net- *
zero gas tax is ever-greater
regulation, with more
bureaucracy and the.
inevitable temptations for
lobbyists to exploit regulato-
ry loopholes.
Krauthammer's net-zero
gas tax proposal identifies
common ground for fiscal
conservatives, security
hawks, environmentalist,
and America's lowest-paid
workers. New York Times
columnist Thomas Friedman
has argued for similar steps.
Whether it is a $1-a-gallon
tax or some greater amount
commensurate with the true
cost of oil, a net-zero gas tax
is the type of transformation-
al policy that we could
implement quickly and that
would have immediate
impact.
One. of the simplest and
most effective means avail-
able for strengthening U.S.
national security is to dra-
matically reduce our oil
dependence.
A gas tax that returns
money to Americans would
take us a long way toward
that goal.
Sen. Richard G. Lugat; a
member of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee, is a
Republican from Indiana.


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


Proud of those who
are serving today,
Dear editor,
While wandering around
Wal-Mart recently, I made my
way between the DVDs on
my way to look at the new
HD TVs. I almost passed a
striking young man and a very
pretty lady. As I did, all of a
sudden someone grabbed my
hand and half turned me
around. To say the least, I was
a little startled. But then I saw
this big smile on this young
man's face.
I "Fourth Infantry Division, I
see, sir," the young man said
while keeping a powerful grip
on my right hand.
I thought, this is one of the
best handshakes I have had in
some time. I smiled and nod-
ded. Seeing the tight-cut hair,
I had a feeling he was a broth-
er.
"Second Ranger Battalion,
sir," the young soldier, still
pumping my hand, said very
proudly. "I always like to say
'hi' and thank you to older
veterans who came before my
time."
It was not until then that I


realized I had on my 4th
Infantry Division Viet Nam
veteran hat with the "Life
Member DAV" pin. It has just
becoine second nature to put
it on. I can recall a time when
it would have been nearly
dangerous to admit you had
been to Viet Nam. How things
have changed.
I asked the young man if he
had been "over there" yet.
"No," he replied, and I caught
the sad look on his young
wife's face. "I am home on
leave now, getting ready to go."
I said something like "God
bless you, and thank you for.
your service." There was so
much else I wanted to say, if I
had been given a week or two
with him to do so. I wish.I
would have just gotten his
name and local address so I
could ... no, I would rather
always think of this young
man as I saw him. There is no
way I would want anything to
ever dim that image.
These kids today are so
amazing. There is no draft.
They do not have to enlist. Yet
the best and the brightest of
them always do. They always
hav$. They always will, so
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long as we never, ever forget
what they do for us. So long
as we remain honest to them.
Do not allow them to
become political pawns. Do
not allow other nations -
nations that do not pay our
bills ,and whose behinds we
have saved more then once -
to hinder them from doing
their jobs.
I was almost too tired to go
to Wal-Mart. What I bought
there could have waited until
tomorrow. But today, I got
something from Wal-Mart that
cannot be marked down and
put on sale. I got to shake the
hand of a man from the 2nd
Ranger Battalion.
Walt Johnson
Marianna
How is this any
different from a tax?

Dear editor,
I have a comment about the
letter from Medicaid I
received, dated Jan. 28, 2009.
I will quote from it. "Pursuant
to action taken during the
recent special budget session
of the Florida Legislature,


effective March 1, 2009, the
retail pharmacy dispensing fee
will be reduced from $4.23
per prescription to $3.73 per
, prescription. Dispensing fees
for 340B entity providers
remain unchanged."
My pharmacy dispenses
approximately 550 Medicaid
prescriptions per month. This
will cost me approximately
$275 per month, or about
$3,300 per year.
Let's be honest and call a
spade a spade and a selec-
tive tax a tax. I know lawmak-
ers glory in keeping taxes low,
but be fair and not just tax
certain entities.
I know lawmakers have
decisions to make, the only
revenue government receives
is taxes, so be honest and call
a tax a tax.
By the way, my cost of dis-
pensing prescriptions has
drastically gone up. I was
amazed the other day to find
that a 4 oz. plastic prescrip-
tion bottle now cost $1.10.
It is hard enough to remain
in business without additional
taxes.
Jimmy 0. Alday
Owner; Sneads Pharmacy


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problems for two institutions at once.
In the end, commissioners said they would
have Campbellton-Graceville submit its
request separately, and that both would be sent
to the Healthcare Council. Boyd's correspon-
dence asks for "a" project, but at the same time
did not prohibit submission of more than one.
The projects are to be submitted to the coun-
cil, which will consider all requests from all
the counties'in Boyd's district, and vote on the
projects at a meeting in Tallahassee Feb. 18.
Correspondence from Boyd's office does


not make it clear what weight that vote would
carry and what will happen after the vote is
taken.
Among the Jackson Hospital requests which
are not expected to go to the council was a $40
million request to help fund an entirely new
facility.
This request comes on the heels of a failed
tax referendum that asked Jackson County vot-
ers to accept that burden.
The hospital administrator at the time,
David Hample, mounted a campaign to get the


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has been accused of stealing a
vehicle.
According to the DOC Web
site, Drew was sentenced in 2006
to serve one year and eight
months probation for a 2005 inci-
dent involving grand theft of a
motor vehicle. I
n a press release accompanying ,
Drew's picture released Tuesday,
Marianna police credited the pub-
lic with helping them identify
Drew as a suspect. The police
-department also reported that a
warrant will be filed for Drew's
arrest.
The truck was stolen around
9:30 a.m. last Saturday morning
from the parking lot of the Big


Little Store on Lafayette Street.
The thief, jumped behind the'
wheel of a 1995 teal-colored Z71
Chevrolet Silverado, asthe owner
was busy buying vegetables from
a roadside vendor.'
The truck was still running at
the time, and the thief jumped in
and sped away, last seen turning
south onto Milton Ave.
An image of a suspect in the
case was captured on a video sur-
veillance tape that day, and police
released it to the public Monday.
The second picture, which was
released Tuesday, identified Drew
as the person believed to have
been caught on tape. *
Police stressed in their news


releases that the suspect should be
considered armed and dangerous.
Anyone who thinks they may have
seen him should not approach.
Instead, call law enforcement with
the information as soon as it is
safe to do so.
"A criminal complaint for grand
theft auto and the subsequent issu-
ing of an arrest warrant based on
this positive identification will be
filed," an MPD press release stat-
ed. "If anyone has information as
to the whereabouts of this suspect
and/or the vehicle, please call the
Marianna Police Department at
526-3125 or CrimeStoppers at
526-5000."
According to the Department of


Willis Coulliette, 66, of
Lynn Haven went to be with
his Lord on Monday, Feb. 9,
2009, at Bay Medical
Center.
Willis was raised in
Marianna. He owned and
operated Road Mart of
Florida Inc. and Coulliette's
Auto Mall Inc. in Lynn
Haven. He was an avid out-
doorsman and enjoyed gar-
dening and fishing.
A member of the First
Baptist Church of Lynn
Haven, Willis was a deacon
and Sunday school teacher.
He was also a member of.
.- ** the former Convention City
S- Lions Club in Panama City.
. His favorite role was being
Papa to his nine grandchil-
S- Left to cherish his memo-
ry is his loving wife of 45
} |years, Beth Coulliette of
Lynn Haven; four daugh-
ro id ters, Melanie Coulliette
(Hansson Henneberg) of
Pr v i r Panama City, Stephanie
SCoulliette NeSmith (Steve)
.,. ,,. of. Nashville, Paula
.. Coulliette Nelson (Eric) of
S ,.. .* Nashville, and Pamela
.. Coulliette Zavada (Mike) of
... Huntsville, Ala.; three
., brothers, Paul Coulliette
(Vernita) of northern
Virginia, Ralph Coulliette
.- of Alford, and Daniel
_- Coulliette (Jane) of Sneads;
two sisters, Claire Mae
6 _ Williams of Lyons, Ga., and
. Margaret Miller of Smyrna,
Ga.; nine grandchildren,
S. Harrison, Hayden and
S- .. Hamilton Henneberg,
Lindsey and Will NeSmith,
Reagan and Rylee Nelson,
and Collette and Zeke
Zavada.
The graveside service
Continued From Page 1A will be at 2 p.m. Thursday,
Feb. 12, at the Lynn Haven
sed, but it failed by a narrow mar- cemetery. A celebration and
since left the hospital. worship service will be at 3
administratorr Richard McConahy p.m. at the First Baptist
y at Tuesday's meeting, encourag- Church of Lynn Haven,
ty to at least submit the less-cost- with .the Rev. Tom Daniel
* the councils consideration., officiating.
k submitted by Jackson Hospital The family will receive
nahy's signature indicates that the friends from 6 to 8 p.m.
uld be willing to spend $750,000 Wednesday, Feb. 11, at
rculating equipment, if the federal Kent Forest Lawn Funeral
would fund the remaining $2.2 Home.
In lieu of flowers, contri-
butions may be made to the
Willis Coulliette Memorial
Scholarship Fund, Baptist
Continued From Page 1A College of Florida, 5400
College Dr., Graceville, FL,
Corrections Web site, Drew has 32440-1898, 1-800-328-
been on felony probation since 2660, ext. 469, or the
Feb. 3 of this year for credit card- Panama City Rescue.
related fraud out of Jackson Mission, 120 East Fourth
County, an offense dating from St., Panama City, FL,
2005. 32401, (850) 215-9007.
The DOC Web site also shows Expressions of sympathy
other periods of supervision for may be viewed or submitted
Drew, for other offenses dating' online at www.kentforest-
from 2005. The DOC Web site lawn.com.


lists the offenses of burglary, pos-
session of cocaine and grand theft
of a motor vehicle out of
Escambia County. Varying
lengths of probation were
imposed in those cases.
According to the Web site,
Drew is still on felony probation
for the burglary.


Lobbyist Continued From Page 1A

coastal Gulf County. That list, and to advocate for its Former Tallahassee strengthen the area's posi- approached to participate
body retained Governance behalf on the federal and Mayor Scott Maddox, now tion as hundreds of corn- in the effort as well, and
Services.LLC, and in a let- state levels." working with Governance munities and governmental that he hopes they will
ter to Jackson County, Gulf County will be ask- Services LLC, made his entities across the country agree to pay a share of the
wrote that the company's ing several other counties company's pitch to the get in line for a piece of the $20,000 that the county
job is "to assist us in form- in the region to join the commission at their regular pie. commission has tentatively
ing a regional coalition, coalition, and Jackson meeting Tuesday. Spires said he anticipates agreed to contribute on
assist in the analysis and County is the first to come A regional approach, that municipalities in behalf of the local commu-
packaging of the project on board. Maddox said, could Jackson County will be nity.


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acting in an attempt to help the officer. for various offenses while in prison, according Plessinger said Corea has received 22 disci-
An investigation into the incident is under to Plessinger. plinary reports since he was taken into DOC
way. Lawson, who is serving a life sentence for custody in May 2000. He is serving time for
Corea and Lawson were immediately placed first degree murder in Leon County, has been kidnapping, carjacking, robbery, assault, sexual
in solitary confinement at ACI and remained twice disciplined for possession of contraband battery and resisting arrest with violence. Corea
there as of Tuesday afternoon, since he came into DOC custody in August has been disciplined for unarmed assault while
Both men have been disciplined in the past 2006, she said. in prison, among other offenses, she said.


M ayor Continued From Page 1A


the years. He makes about $100 a
month in his role as mayor.
"You don't get rich being a
mayor, not in this town," Cook
said. "He doesn't do it for the
money, that's for sure."
In fact, it's unlikely that money
is a factor for any commissioner
in Cottondale the other board
members at large get just under
$50 a month.
The motivation for Elmore and
the others, Cook said, is concern
for the welfare of the community.
Cook said Elmore has a special
gift with people.
"He brings a lot of wisdom,"
Cook said. "We talk just about on
T a daily basis, and he's always
there for me. He backs me up if


I'm right, and if I'm wrong he lets
me know that, too.
"I go to his house a lot of morn-
ings and we sit out on his back
porch, just 15 or 20 minutes or so,
to discuss whatever's going on in
town at the time," Cook said.
"He's got a real good personal-
ity and he can talk to most any-
body. Somebody might come in
mad, but after they talk to him,
they'll leave happy or at least sat-
isfied with how the conversation
went."
Cook said it has been at least
eight years since anyone ran
against Elmore for a place on the
city commission, and he is repeat-
edly appointed by fellow board
members to serve as mayor.


Cottondale City Manager Willie Cook presents a pin from the Florida
League of Cities to Mayor James Elmore to mark his 20 years of serv-
ice on the city commission. Deborah Buckhalter / Floridan
T .


James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
850-482-2332
www.jamesandsikesfu-
neralhome.com
Jeanette C. Dunaway

Jeanette C. Dunaway, 76,
of Greenwood died
Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2009, at
her residence.
She was a native and life-
long resident of Jackson
County. She retired from
the Jackson County school
system as an educator after
32 years of service. Miss
Jeanette was a member of
the Greenwood Baptist
Church.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Charlie B. Dunaway; and
sister, Wyonna Grimes.
Survivors include one sis-
ter, Helen C. Williams of
Greenwood; and several
nieces and nephews.
The funeral service will
be at 10 a.m. Friday, Feb.
13, at Maddox Chapel, with
Loran Mercer officiating.
Interment will follow in
Greenwood Baptist
Cemetery, with James and
Sikes Funeral Home-
Maddox Chapel directing.
The family will receive
friends from 5 to 7 p.m.
Thursday, Feb. 12, at James
and Sikes Maddox Chapel.
In lieu of flowers, memo-
rials may be made to
Greenwood Baptist Church
or Emerald Coast Hospice.


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Sneads' Taylor Edge gets ready to deliver a pitch against Graceville in a pre-
season classic baseball game in Cottondale. -Mark Skinner/Floridan


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
In the 2008 season, the Sneads Pirates
had a tough time getting wins.
SHS coach Mark Guerra said he hopes
greater pitching depth and improved
defense make victories much easier to
come by in 2009.
The Pirates had high hopes going into
last season, but were plagued by poor
defense and inconsistent pitching.
Guerra said he believes the team has
done a good job filling those holes heading
into this season.
"Expectations were pretty high (last sea-
son), but defensively we made a lot of mis-
takes," the coach said. "We just never real-
ly got our defense going to hold teams to a
few runs and pull some games out.
"This year's team is a lot better defen-
sively. We've got quite a few guys return-
ing and some defensive guys moving up
from (junior varsity)."
Guerra said he also expected more from
the pitching staff this season, due mostly to
having seven different pitchers who can
give the Pirates quality innings.
"This year we should be pretty deep
there," the coach said. "We should be a lit-
tle better off in the pitching area.
"We've got some new faces that will be
starting arid I'm excited to get going."
Sneads lost starting pitcher Pat Jones,
though the Pirates will get back junior
Bubba Carpenter, who missed last season
due to injury. The Pirates will also get
pitching help from seniors Taylor Edge and
Josh Blount, juniors Jerry Bamburg and
John Beauchamp, sophomore Trevin Hall
and freshman John Locke.
"Just having enough pitching is going to
help' us," Guerra said. "Being able to run
someone out there every day will help. We
haven't been able to do that in the past and
that hasn't worked too good for us."


"We've talked about stressing
defense a lot. It was our
downfall last year. We stress*
that more than anything."
-Mark Guerra,
Sneads coach

While pitching is vitally important, it
was the Pirates' defensive woes that caused
the most problems last season.
It's a problem Guerra said has been
addressed in the preseason.
"We've talked about stressing defense a
lot," the coach said. "It was our downfall
last year. When we talk and, communicate
with the players, it's always big on defense.
We stress that more than anything-." .
The Pirates also talk about redeeming
themselves for last season's struggles,
although Guerra said that the Sneads play-
ers didn't need to be reminded how much
room there is for improvement.
"The guys coming back, they've really
sort of pushed themselves," the coach said.
"I haven't had to get on to the team.
They've pretty much taken care of it. They
know what they have to do and they're anx-
ious to take care of it and make it happen."
Guerra said his team also has a lot to
prove offensively.
"I really don't know. Our offense could
be good or it might not be," the coach said.
"I just really can't say yet. I'm excited to
see it, but I just don't know.
"I think we'll score some runs and I think
it will be a good year. That's not to say
we'll be a state contender or anything, but
we're just looking at district right now and
we'll see how far we can go."
The Pirate's open the regular season Feb.
17 at home against Wewa.


Lady Pirates open season

by crushing Liberty County,


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Sneads Lady Pirates
opened the regular season
Monday with a big victory over
Liberty County at home.
Sneads got a three-run homer
by Samantha Culpepper and a
3-for-3 day from Aleisha
Edenfield to rout the Lady
Bulldogs 12-1.
SHS scored three runs in the
first inning, five in the second
and four in the third to blow the
game open.
Karissa Childs started in the
circle for Sneads and. 'got the
win in four innings of work,
surrendering only one unearned
run.
"They made a few mistakes
and we took advantage,"
Sneads coach Kelvin Johnson
said. "We didn't strike out
hardly at all. We just put the,
ball in play and took advantage
of their mistakes."
Culpepper's homer came in
the second inning after a pair of
Liberty County errors put two
runners on base.
"That was a big shot,"
Johnson said of Culpepper's
homer. "That could've gone out
of a baseball park."


Edenfield also had a great
day at the plate, collecting a
double, a triple and a single, as
well as driving in three runs.
"She's really hitting the ball
well," Johnson said of
Edenfield. "Culpepper's hitting
it really well too."
Edenfield also pitched the
fifth inning for the Lady Pirates
and retired the side to end the
game.
The Lady Bulldogs picked up
just three hits for the game.
"The defense was good and
the pitching was good,"
Johnson said. "Good pitching
wins games."
However, the SHS coach
cautioned that the competition
will get better as the Lady
Pirates move through their
schedule, the next game com-
ing Feb. 17 against North
Florida Christian at home.
"I thought we played well
and put the ball in play," the
coach said. "These girls don't
strike out that much, but that
wasn't great pitching we faced.
It will get tougher than what we
had (against Liberty County)."
The Lady Pirates follow the
NFC game with another home
game Feb. 20 against Altha.


MHS girls beat GHS in season-opener


BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT
The Marianna High School
.Lady Bulldogs softball team
opened up their regular season
with a cross-county matchup
with the Graceville Lady Tigers
before a packed crowd at the
Lady Bulldog Field.
Eron Milton pitched seven
scoreless innings for Marianna to
pick up the 5-0 win.
Graceville starter Liza Johnson
took the loss after throwing three
scoreless innings and not allow-
ing a base runner through the first
two innings.
The Lady Tigers started off
with a runner when Kelly
Leuenberger reached on a shot to
third that was bobbled.
Following a strikeout to the
No. 2 batter, Leuenberger stole
second and advanced to third on a
grounder back to Milton on the
mound who threw to Krista
Griffin at first for the second out
of the inning.
A walk to Jessica Baxley put
runners on the corners, but
Milton got the next batter looking
to get out of the inning.
For the Lady Bulldogs, it was
three up, three down in the bot-
tom of the first two frames.
Marianna picked up their first
baserunner in the bottom of the
third inning when Taylor Smith


Marianna's Megan Gardner slides into home plate past the tag of
Graceville's Meagan Sanders during Monday night's season-open-
ing game in Marianna. MHS won the game 5-0. Mark
Skinner/Floridan


drew a one-out walk.
A fly out to short and a ground
out to short ended the inning with
Smith first.
Graceville went down in order
in the top of the fourth inning, but
Marianna scored four in their half
of the inning to break the score-
less tie.
Jennifer Cramer got things
started when she beat out a bunt


, at first and moved to second
when Hali Stout took one for the
team.
Griffin picked up a pair of RBI
when. she singled home both
Cramer and Stout.
With one out, Janna Hinson
reached first safely on a bunt with
Griffin advancing to third.
See OPENER, Page 2B.


MHS looks for redemption against Pensacola Catholic


State JUCO tourney


Chipola women's basketball coach David Lane talks to the
crowd gathered at the press conference to announce plans
for the state JUCO basketball tournament to be held March
4-7 at Chipola. For ticket information, call 718-2220 or visit
www.chipola.edu. Mark Skinner/Floridan


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR

The Marianna Lady Bulldogs can get a bit of
revenge Thursday night when they open play in the
3A state playoffs.
MHS (17-7) hosts its first round contest against
Pensacola Catholic, the team that knocked the Lady
Bulldogs out of the playoffs in the first round last
year.
The Lady Bulldogs lost that game 47-43, but they
seem primed to turn the tables on Catholic.
Marianna is riding a 10-game winning streak that
was punctuated with a 58-26 rout of Chipley
Saturday night in the district title 'game.
Marianna coach Chucky Brown said he's thrilled
with the way his team has played in the second half
of the season.
"We're playing our best ball when we should be
playing our best," the coach said. "I think we've
gotten used to each other and everybody has a feel
for each other. We're playing unselfish ball togeth-
er. I'm very impressed and proud of the way they're
playing right now."
Pensacola Catholic brought an 18-8 record into
last year's matchup and made a run to the regional
finals after beating MHS.
The Lady Crusaders are just 14-13 this season,
although Brown said their record was deceptive.
"Their record doesn't mean anything," the coach
said. "They've been playing the powerhouses out of
Pensacola, the big 5A and 6A schools out there.
"From watching the tapes, they're fundamentally
sound and don't really make mistakes. They're just
a good fundamental team. But if we play up to our
ability, we should be OK."


Marianna's Christina Wynn dribbles by a
Bonifay defender during a district tournament
game in Marianna. Mark Skinner/Floridan

Brown said he felt his team had an advantage in
the backcourt with Catholic's starting point guard
from last season now gone, and MHS' Janae
Godwin back in the lineup after missing the end of
last season with an injury.
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Baseball/Softball
Registration
Marianna. Recreation
Department would like
to remind everyone that
registration for youth
ages 5 to 15 will run
through Feb. 27 from 8
a.m. to 4 p.m. at the
MERE located at 3625
Caverns Rd. in
Marianfia.
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 482-6228.

Malone Softball
The Malone
Community Softball
League a league for
Malone, Bascom and
Greenwood girls ages 8
to 12 will meet
Thursday at 6 p.m. at the
Malone Town Hall.
Parents with daugh-
ter(s) interested in play-
ing softball this season
are invited.
Those unable to attend
can call Lori Hewett at
718-6697, Wendy
Calloway at 569-2230 or
Tausha Wood at 209-
5989.

Big Bend Adult
Baseball League
Efforts continue in the
development of the Big
Bend. senmi-pro Baseball
League in the Big Bend
area of North Florida.
The proposedd league
consists of two divisions
(eastern and western')
covering six counties.
Teams are.being devel-
oped along county loca-
tions.. The next league-
wide meeting is sched-
uled 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 basketball schol-
arships 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
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Continued From Page 1B


The Lady Bulldogs
coach said he hoped his
team could use its quick-
ness to its advantage
Thursday night.
"My goal is to get out
and run in transition,"
Brown said. "I'm hoping
that the quickness of our
guards and our depth will
help us, because they really
only play about seven or
eight (players). We'll try to
press them and run and get
up the court pretty quick'
and wear them down.. We
want to keep fresh legs in."
With the winner of
*Thursday night's game set
to take on the winner of
Chipley and Walton in the
other quarterfinal game,
Brown sees a great oppor-


tunity for his team.
"If we win this game, we
have a good chance to
make it to the regional
finals, if we play the way
we've been doing the last
month," the coach said.
Brown said while
Saturday night's win over
Chipley was very satisfy-
ing, he and his team have
not looked back on it since.
"Last year, a district
championship was what we
wanted," the coach said.
"But I put thataway. I won't
even let them see it now. I
don't want them to be con-
tent with a district champi-
onship. There's another tro-
phy we're working for."
Marianna and Pensacola
Catholic tip off at 7 p.m..


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Griffin then took advan-
tage of a passed ball for the
third run of the game.
With two outs, Smith
drew her second walk of
the night and a passed ball
had Hinson crossing the
plate for the fourth run of
the game.
In the bottom of the sixth
inning, with two outs,
Megan Gardner was hit by
a pitch, stole. second and
moved to third on a single
by Taylor Smith.
Allison Hutton became
the third Lady Bulldog of
the night to take one for the
team to load the bases.
'Gardner scored the final
run of the game on a passed
ball with runners advanc-
ing to second and third.


Stout came on to close
out the game and did so in
style with three strikeouts
to secure the Lady
Bulldogs first victory of the
season.
The Marianna pitchers
combined for 13 strikeouts


on the night with
Graceville striking out four.
Marianna will travel to
Mosley today for their next
contest, while the Lady
Tigers will host Mosley for
their first home game
Friday.


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FLEETWOOD'05 Prowl- 4419/813-469-1592
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$36,900 334-687,2994 Vortec. 5578K mi.2no sl. Harley Davidson
outs. non-smoker & pet '08 Road King.
free. Reduced $51,000 Crimson Red
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only. 334-522-3652. excellent condi-
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tara, 35ft. 23,000 cond. Comes w/ 2whl 334-618-4527. Must Wr, or Whatever
miles, 7KW cardolly.334-792-0619 see.toappreciate. L 80% of Home Excavator k Fully Insured&Licensed
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wood, 34'2 slides, rear 334-791-1450. 334-333-6202 29M0 Borden StR a Licensed & Insured
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Chevrolet '03 Tahoe
LT. SUV. Black, Auto.
8-cyl. 2 WD. 78,000,
excellent condition.
Loaded, CD, AC,
AM/FM, stereo, new
tires, leather int.
very clean, $16,400.
Cal 334-790-5685.
Chevrolet '65 Corvair
convertible, 4 speed.
Very good cond.
$5,000. 334-237-1039 ,
Chevrolet'99 Lumina
2nd owner, excel.
conCD, pwlocks &
windows, white, 89K
$3,200. obo, 677-3953
Chevy '03 Z06 Corvette,
Excellent cond. 35K mi,
$27,500. 850-762-8399


334-797-8755
04 Pace Arrow 37 C, HONDA '06 Rancher
ori.' H,,r "e Ch..s. 350 Es, green, 4-spd. 2
19K, loaded, 3 ,iiides, cyl. 2 WD. 350 miles,
99 tow car, $93,000, Like new. 4000., 334-
334 6180;717 791-0646
R~n-r~rvr cc/Innil.3f '07 R-ricon. 680
MOTORCYCLES/ H, nd 7Rino .n, 680
ATVs : iin.I28 inc iTP tres.
S12yinn iTP r s, \.arn
v a a- bumper, 4 year war-
.. i cf ranty. $5750 OBO.
.-, .._ 334-685-2004
**- ','^' i "- Honda GL1800'05 Gold-
y^Eais' wS -' wing. Blackcherry,
Hl H 7J~ ~26,200mi, $15,000. plus
-a r.t matching bushtech
'09 PANTHER 110CC trailer7,000mi. $4,000.
ATV 4 stroke disc 334-693-9287
brakes throttle limiter Hyosung'07 GV650,
remote control start/
kill. $399 brand new in $4,000. OBO. 334-790-
the crate. 866-399-1138 2021
2I0 H R Nad King KAWASAKI '03 Vulcan
2as 00 Mi 5 000 all 1500 Classic. Never laid
a8 -79.w call dn, 19 ,000 miles, ex-
482-8221 cellent condition. Load-
ed, $7,500. 334-702-7775
2005 BIG DOG if no answer, leave
RIDGE BACK message.
330 Rear Tire, Kawasaki '05 Mule, 2
New Carburetor, wheel drive, $5300 850-
Pegs, Grips 209-4266
& Mirrors.
BIKE IS STILL NEW! Kawaski '02 ZX12R
2800 Miles. $16,000. very good cond. adlut
Call: 334-796-1251 ridden, $5,500. 334-983-
1707.


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 condo.
$8500. 334-803-3305.
2006 custom park mod-
el Log Cabin,used 3
months perfect for lake
lot, hunting cabin or
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.


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GMC'06 Yukon
Denali, white,
SUV. Auto. 8-cyl.
AWD. a prox.
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 "03 Accord,
coue, sunroof, leather
seats, 75K miles. 14,000
850-685-5542 (Troy)


Jeep 'u. wrangler, U
red, full drive, 57K '
miles, 6 inch sky jack- Pontiac '71 Grand Prix -
er lift, with 31 inch Project Car, needs mo-
tires. $12,500.334- tor/tranny $2,500 080
750-4698 334-687-0805,695-6568
Race Car Dirt, late mod- I
el '05 CJgRayburn & 28'
enclosed hauler Many
extras. 334-355-0298. Ti
al

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Kia'03 Rio Cinco W- li
Wagon, automatic. e:
73,600 miles. 38 mpg+ n
$3995.334-790-7959 ; 1
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Saturn'07 Aura XR, b
9,800 mi., like new, 31
.. white, Ithr, sunroof, all
options, MUST SEE TO
BELIEVE! $21,150 obo,
334-522-3564
Lexus ES 300 '01 Sadan,
Super Clean $9995. 110k I



mies West Main Car 30+MPG, 34K miles,
Sales zda. Main. Street
Dothan. 334-699-5880
Lincoln '99 Towncar, -..-
pwr moo f, leath-$6500 080.
er, AMFM/6-cd, pwr ukiota'04 Foreza,
seats, 114K mi., 4 cylinder, automatic,
$4,500. 334-894-2021 4 door, loaded,
30+MPG, 34K miles.
Mazda '02 Millennia, V6 $5500. exce lent
loaded, leather, and- 334-790-7959 880
sunroof. $6500 OBO.
334-701-103834) 671-




sunroof. 63k miles Toyota '02 Camry
a$-62nnoO -798 Solaray Convertible
Mazda 3 '08 Grand $8995.0028k miles Main CaWest
TouringEdition 5 DR Main Car Sales 1862 W.M. St.
Auto lMerceaded, $18,750 Dothan. 334-699-5880
OBO Toyota Call (334) 671-
8200/(334)796-9606- Call 334-303-7396
Mazda'96 Miata MX5,Convert-
89K miles, runs/looks-
great $5100. 774-1700
Mercedes '0 C-230,Grand 334-714-3755
white, loaded, leather
sunroof. 63k miles Toyota'902 Camry LE
$16,200 BO $2334-798 Very Clean, 114k miles
3352 $8995.00 West Main Car
Sales 1862 W.M. St.
white, loaded w/cus-

2584/334-794-6191. seri- Call 334303-796 or
ous inquiries only!! 477-6433
Mercedes '07 E350,auto-
white Sedan, loaded
with na sen by ap-controls, sde
ointment only. Ca$5000. curtain air bagswi
334-685-10701-4702. dow shades for back
MERCEDES-BENsan 03 350Z '82ouring et er a
380SL, Blue, Convert-
ible. Auto. 8-cyl. 95K,. Toyota '09 Camry SE,
Loaded, Great cond. white, 8k miles, per-
$10,000, 334-803-1024. fect condition, 21,500,
Mercury '04 Grand 334-714-3755
Marquis LS Limited Toyota '95 Corolla.
Ed burgundy Ithr Low mi, one owner,
11,500 orig. mI, $11K $2800.334-494-1833.
obo 334-792-3008
Monte Carlo SS Limited Volkswagen 05' Tor-
Edition. Over 30 mpg guareg, Gray w/sa-
hwy. Black on black. ddle inte riot, 40k
loaded, every feature: miles, top of the line
92K hwy mi., $10,500, sun roof, V8 optiond- l
334.347-3549 oual climate air,
heated seats, auto-
NISSAN '00 Maxima, matic w/manual shift
green, Sedan. Auto. option, steering
120.K mi. Loaded, wheel controls, side
Great cond. $5000. 'curtain air bags,wi-
OBO, 334-701-4702. ndow shades for back
Nissan '03 350Z Touring seats, and rear air. $
pack. 61K mi. new tires 23,800 334-701-
& brakes elec. blue 8555/334-685-6233
$14,900 OBO 334-397-
0381 or 334-695-0381. Volks Wagon '03 Jetta
GLS 1.8T, 30mpg, blk
Nissan '04 Altima, PW w/blk leather, sport
PL & PS, 99K ml, good. wheels. 67K, 5 speed
cond, $8900. 798-2747 $9,500. 334-714-5433
j


MC '02, 1 Ton Box
ruck, 68k mi., 1 owner,
uto/air, $9,500, good
ond. 334-347-3441
suzu '99 NTR Diesel
0 ft. Box Truck. Wide
ft gate, AC, AM/FM,
xc. tires all around,
ew front brakes.
50K mi. Must sell
ue to business cut
ack! $9000. 334-793-
170 or 334-435-0298


L/S Ext., cab 4-3 en-
gine 111,000 mi, pwr
brakes, pwr steering,
pwr wdw, A/C $5995
OBO 334-714-1142
Chevy 04' Tahoe Z71,
Burgandyw/ beige
leather, 83k miles,
steering wheel con-
trols, 3rd row seating
w/center bucket
seats, 6dlsc cd chang-
er in dash, power
seats, rear air con-
trols, $16,800334-701-
8555/334-685-6233
Ford '01 F150 4DR XLT
V8 Triton, 76K, Tow
pkg. True workhorse!
$12,000. 850-215-1338


seat, Automatic
transmission, AC,
$4800 will neg. 850-
209-9497






Ford '01-Ranger XL
Super Cab 3.0 V/6 104K
Warranty $6,995 West-
Main Car Sales,; 1862 W.
Main St. 334-699-5880.
Ford '95 Ranger XLT,
ext. cab, low mileage,
$2500,850-569-2262
eves. 209-8479 days


Toyota'02 Tacoma SR5,
Ext. Cab. Must be refin-
anced loan balance
$12,000.86k mi., exc.
cond. Call 334-475-1785.
Toyota '00 Tacoma
SR5, TRD Extended -
Cab. Red, Auto. 6-cyl.
119,000 miles, Load-
ed, $9,000. Must sell
ASAP. 334-718-6569.


Chevy '01 Tahoe LT,
128k mi., sun roof, Ithr.
3rd seat, heated seats,
TV, ALL power, new
tires, $8,900 080.3678-
350-8442.
Chevy '009TahoeLT,
4x4, black w/tan leath-
er. 145K, winch & brush
guard. $7,950. 080 334-
793-9130/205-907-0861
Chevy '01 Tahoe Pew-
ter Metallic, 2 WD,
leather, new motor &
transmission loaded,
$7000. 334-798-5753.


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Chevy'05 Tahoe,
White, leather, CD,
3rd Row, on-star/
XM, 2WD, 40,500 Nissan '07 Pathfinder
miles, very clean, SE, Black, Auto. 43K
$18,500, Call 334-899- mi. leather int., 3rd
7099. row seat, Like new. Chevy '95, Cargo-Van
19,500. 334-897-0582. Automati 6cvl .107K,


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NISSAN'05 Maxima, Volvo 04' V70, 2.5 turbo Chevy '88 V2 ton, pick
Burgundy Red, 37K, wagon, 73k miles, Auto up, brown, V8, runs& &
Loaded, sunroof Like w/manual shift option, looks good. 63k miles. -
new Sharp. $15,500, dual air climate control, $3800. 334-803-2819 -
334-790-6460. memory seats, CD/ca- (Dothan)
ssett player, 9old w/tan
Nissan'06 Maxima SE leatherremaining 100k Dodge '07 Ram 1500
Exc. cond. white, war- warranty $10,900, 334- quad cab, red 4dr,
runty, 29K mi, $15,400 701-8555/334-685-6233 GMC '0414ft w/6ft CD, remote door lock Ford '99 Ranger XLT Toyota'05 Tacoma X-
OBO 334-714-6616 Tommy Gate '04, Auto. tow pkg., under 36K Super Cab 4.0 V/6 91K Runner, Red, 36K miles,
NT4-cyl. 34,100, Power $22, 00. 334-899-3792 Warranty $6,495 West- Loaded, Great cond.
NISSAN'07 350Z Tour- steering, AM/FM, Great Main Car Sales, 1862 W. $16,000. 080.334-347-
ing Roadster Convert- cond. $15,999 obo, 850- Main St. 334-699-5880. 4999.
ilbe. Pearl e 482-7390.0

$28,500. 334-695-3866. W-64, tri-axle, 6'body. -
ext. side, R swing barn M US P
Nissan '07 Maxima SL, VW RACE CAR, PRO door. $19,500. OBO 334-
excellent cond., white, 4cyl, Tube Frame, nev 685-2772; 334-671-7632
w arranged, 17K m iles, r r 2700Ao4 orRm S
$21,000. OBO. 334-477- er raced, black, $2700 DODGE'06 Ram Silver,
0176 0OBO, 334-726-3204 PARTS & Auto 6cyl 2WD 25k CD
ANYTIME for info ACCESSORIES A/C Like new $16,799 Toyota 04 Tundra 47k
AA tEo334-790-4509. door All Power,Tinted
Windows,20" Chrom
A. NTIQUE 20" Rims $400 BO Rims, CD, $13,800 or
AUTOS 850-482-3797 00B. Call 334-596-2552
T 22"Rims for sale $800- S El L Truck Sale! Ford '05
S* '. _- $1000850-693-4035 Dodge Ford'85 Tow Truck, F150 Extended Cab,
S' ,Truck, Ext.Cab custom-built 1 ton. dk stone, $12,900.
.:C00m r old. Fits F-150 '99,o Auto.Diesel 4 WD. loaded. Great condi- 334-596-1883 or 334-
2+2 2nd owner, all Black, Like new. $600. 150,000 miles, fair tion. $8,500, 334-7 791-1057
orig, exc. cond. 92K Call 334-347-2717. condition. Power 8695 or 334-794-2426
miles, Bright red / w brakes, Power Truck Sale! Ford '00
d. grey LX int. Load- Dodge V8, 318 Engine steering CD A/C, Ford '89 150.with tool F150 Extended Cab,
ed Iw/ll opts Has Cadillac '68Devill Motor & Transmission. AM/FM, stereo, rack and tool box. Good silver, $6,900.
orig. MSRP, Lit. & Red, Convertible$8500 Running engine in SUV runs well, new condition, A/C. $1,545 334-596-1883 or 334-
orig. $5,000 $600 each OBO. 334- tires, $7,500. 334-794-5418 791-1057
OBO. 334-671-4188 or 334-7749243333-5463334-685-4218. Ford '04 XLT Super Cab, Truck SaleFord'04
334-596-8292. V2 ton flat bed dump towing pkg., bed liner, Truck Sale! Ford '
S body, power take Ford '02 F250 Ext. cab tool bx, 53Kmiles, F150 Supercrew, gray,
.,0 .= s .- :4' hydraulic, good condi- 4WD, 7.3Diesel, Mint too all (334)794- $13,900. 334-596-1883
tion. $1800 334-794- Condition black, all ,000', or 334-791-1057
... 54 108 leather, lots of extras. 075 or334-791-1057
5418 $16K OBO 334-685-3832 GMC '93 Gas, 1 'A ton TRUCK SALE! Ford '05
PICK-UP Ford '04 F10 Fx4,Supr flatbed dump. Good F150 Supercrew, sil-
S ab, 6-disc CD, 604 F150 Fx4mi Super condition, A/C, power ver, $15,900. 334-596-
TRUCKS $15,500, Call (3364)897- steering. $15,900. 334- 1883 or 334-791-1057
Ford '68 FI00 step side, lo 0582 794-5418
Nissan '93 Maxima REDUCED, MUST SELL, Chevrolet '07 C GMC '91 Jimmy 4x4,.2 SPORT UTILITY
All Power, White, runs great 18K mi. rado, V6, Maroon GMC Diesel y 4inift 6l.2u HS-R UEILET
Runs Perfect $350.00 black, MSTA $5,500 Ext. cab, 4 door & bed ese alVEHICLES
Call 334-596-2552 obo. 334-671-3772. cover. 17,500 m Like r. num wheels 12x36 Radi-
al Swampers PS, PB, CHEV '04 Avalanche Z71
new. $15,500.334-347 AC, Auto, AM/FM CD loaded $14,000 call 334-
hevrole'-6396 or 334-806-5167,0 1500L, i $5500 obo. 850-762-9333 695-2739
S BS H~ftk' ^'i&.Chevrolet '05 1500 LS,1 GMC'99 Sierra Z71, Chevrolet '99 S10 81a-


Chevrolet '97 Pickup, v Loaded, Like new. 5c
NISSAN 96Altima, 6 cyl. with a/c. Runs $32,900.334-718-1595. GMC '93 Top Kick Dump 5965032
Automatic, air, excel- n good. $3500; Call Truck,4 ft. steel bed, 3c
lent condition $2,995 Richard 334-7019667 I iO cond., $4500, OBO 334-
334695-1339 MUST SEE!! PRICE Chevrolet '083 Silvera /, 701-5516
-, .. &', REDUCED. Ford'68 ton, with toolbox. Good Hna -7Ri lin
100 Shortwheel condition. All power & H 7Ridgeline
Base, 95% re- A/C. $5,450. 334-794- red, loaded, 12,000
stored- newly re- 5418 mi., $26,500. Call 334-
-.1 7 built 6 cyl. 240 en- Chevrolet '04 1500, 4x4, 735-3177 or 735-3125
gine (less than 80 regular cab, long bed, Infinity '04 FX 45, 38,000 Chevrolet '01 Tahoe LT.
mi.) with 3-speed 39K, $9,000. Please call miles, fully loaded, 4x4, leather. 1 owner.
manual trans. in fir, 334-726-0729 navigation, rear view .85k mi. Sunroof, 3rd
OLDSMOBILE'97 Cut- new paint & body Ford '08 F350 Lariat camera, grayish, exc. seat. Exc. corid. $11,500.
lass Supreme, Auto- work, new tires Chevrolet 04 Z71, Reg Crew Cab SRW 4WD cond., $31K, 718-6640 334-360-0774.
matic air, perfect rims, too much Cab. Pick-up. Gun Metal Pick-up. Blue over
condition, one owner newer stuff to list! Grey, Auto. 8-cyl. 4 WD. beige, Auto, 6.4L Turbo
$2,995 334-695-1339 Looks&runsgreat 52000, great condition. Diesel, 7,800 miles. Per- MYPERFECT
SLooks & runs great Power brakes, Power fect condition. Loaded, Ford '98 F-150 XLT,
Pontiac '06 GTO, 6.0, ONLY $5,000 obo steering, CD, A/C, warranty, $44,000 obo V8, white & taupe,
400HP 24,000 miles, NOW. 334-791-6011 AM/FM, stereo, $14,000. Call 334-447-8304. 98K hwy mi. All serv-
black in/out, one Thomas. 334-488-4621. ice records, diamond
owner$26,000,850- CHEVY '64 Full Size latebox, rails, liner,
352-3752/850-c557 j j'. F P/UP, V-8, 350 motor 3 6700334-797-4070
6666 p New tires, exhaust ___
Pontiac'07,:.6. & clutch $4,500 OBO Nissan'06Frontier lazer, White
w/ cruise; S$13 90.0- w C'-..:t -"' hevy'00Silverado6.0-. . P S
(334) 445-62.- Ext, cab w/ long auto,ks ext. cab v-6ck. sunroof, $4,995 Call
(334)733-0 ed, CD, Full towing Ford '05 f250 Lariat, 334-793-0677
pack. $7,000 334-477- power stroke, crew cab, 42,000K ml. $16,500
Redued-.. Sacrie 2271. 4X4, new allterrian 18' OB0 334-685-7207. Chevy '99 Suburban,
Reduced-Sacrifice t1. tires 34K mi. 2 see 334- white, new remanufac-
S Chevrolet'57 Bel-Air, 4 798-3936. $28,000 080 Classified turned engine July'08,
tr ,_ ',i_ door, new eng. & paint, - Advertising.., guaranteedd 100,000
75 refurbished. Many Ford '03 F250 Super- Can't Be Beat! mi. or 3 yrs., transmis-
extras Taking bids crew V-10 gas Triton 6 LE sion rebuilt Aug.'07, ex-
starting at $12,000. motor, Centennial Ford Nissan '07 Titan .6LE tra good cond. Clean
334-793-5534 addition, Black, FX4 with king cabd 1 owner. tape & CD player-
PONTIAC'07 G6 GT, wh. dr. Lariat, 145K mi. Leather. Loaded, 13,500 150,000 mi. $8,500.334-
Black, Con. Auto.6-cyl. HEAVY TRUCKS/ $well maintained miles. $24,000. 334-794- 75 30/334-691 2649
15,400, Loaded, leather. i TRAILERS Chevy '97 S 1500, $15,000.229-308-0259. mess8295. 334648before am0780. he -02 Tahoe LS
Uke new. $19,000,334- 130K miles, 4.3 V6, Ford '07 F-250 XLT Su- mess. 334-64-0780. Chevy'02 Tahoe LS,
886-2399. 20 ft.. triple axle car uns & looks good. per Cab, diesel, bur- cy, 5 speed, $16ca95 850- 67K orig mi, lot of ex-
hauler w/ ram s, elec. $3800 850-557-1798 gund & gray, goose- 569-2262 eves. 209-8479 trash, 2 owners.$11,400
brakes $1950.334-648- CHEVY 99 S-10 LS, necmi all, $2xcond, days obo, 334-797-7990
0 V_ 5sp, 4cyl, a/c, AM/ 334-69i3 -9220
....LjL .M.^wrfi 53' Dry Van Trailers, FM, fac mags, ex 3-693-9220
ri Good Condition, $5000. tires, cloth int., rep. Ford '97 F150 XLT Super 1W I
S& Up. 334-393-3559 or- clutch & batt, topper, Cab, Triton V-8, dia- ..,. -" -"
: 334-393-7904 tlr hookup. $3500 mond plate tool box, AL CHEAY a-oe "
PONTIAC '69 GTO Judge Ford '99 350 V-10 super- (850) 569-2777/693- bed liner, bed extender,- | 7 LT, Black, 4 WD,


C ass c eEBa2 2Halfmi.6,750.850-638- Chevy'r004Sanw,7t8e d05at3c
Class NICE,Back Half mi. $6,750.850-638- Ford '01 Lariat F-250 i Toyota'06 Tacoma" tion, $4995.00 Call
$11,000,229-321-2092 9771. Diesel, Extended silver, auto. 6 cyl. 4 WD. 334.718.2605
BS.. WS FREIGHTLINER'01, 90K miles $15,000. brakes, power steering, .
810,000 mi. good 677-6309 or 797-7074 runs well, low miles,
cond. $19K OBO, 850-, :. Ford '01 Ranger Ex- very clean, warranty,
352-4808 Chevy00 10, white tend Cab,Captain Likenew $23,900.Call .
hevy0 S10, white tend Cab, C captain 334-475-300.


Nissan '00 Pathfind-
ers SE good cond.,
$6000.334-798-9718


m'e


Ford '98 Expedition '
$5000.obo. Good cond Nissan '00 Pathfind-
618-3960 for details ers SE good cond.,
Ford '07 Explorer Eddie $6000. 334-798-9718
Bauer, V6, 3rd row seat Nissan '04 Xterra, 64K
asking $20,975 obo, Call mi., 4x4, AT, $9,800
34-797-4576 080, 334-983-4446
Ford '05 Explorer, 3rd Nissan '06' Xterra S,
row seat, CD, anti black, V6, auto 33k
theft system, luggage miles $16,500 334-300-
rack, towing package, 8102 leave message.
excellent condition, ota'05 Highlander
93k miles. $7,900 limited, white leather,
393-9315 / 763-0117 all power, 7 passenger,
6 CD changer. $19,500
I IB 080.334-791-7653
1 -' 3EAL ITOYOTA '01 LIMITED
Great X-Mas Present HIGHLANDER $10,000
Jeep '95 Wrangler, wh. 850-573-0843
w/tan soft &/bikini
top, heat, a/c 150k mi. 5 _.-.
speed, 4-cyl. 5,000.080 '
334-618-1526 LK
Honda '06 Element, 20k
miles, $15,800. OBO
334-726-8572
Honda 08' Pilot EXL,'05 4-unne
fully loaded w/sunroof, Toyota ,'05 4-Runner
7K mi. 24mo. Warranty Black, SUV. Auto. 6-cyl.
remaining. Like new 2 WD. 80,400 miles..
$26,900. 334-714-725.1 Loaded, Great cond.
$18,000, 850-579-4017.


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Toyota'03 4-Runner
HumT,m- r ", H:. SR5 low mil. warr, Ith,
.?3 9'4)0. I. l ,"1'0 exc. cond. $13,500.
71.1',.. .t-1 8i,6u 334-798-9718,334-
L t.-tr, r L.ir.lrome 793-6420 after 5:00
bru-r. ,u r, Larqt.r


Tri-s [ran SLuok. 4X/4


$2,800. 334-691-4769
Chevy '95 Hi-top con-
version. Loaded, 122K
mi. $3,800. OBO 334-
793-5248.






CHRYSLER '03 Town &
Country Van, low
miles, price below
wholesale $4,995 334-
695-1339


Dodge '01 Grand Cara-
von ES, red, Van. Auto.
6-cyl. 2 WD. 112,K mi.
miles, Loaded, Power
brakes, Power steering,
CD, A/C, AM/FM, ste-
reo, runs well, leather
int. very clean, $5,200.
Call 334-347-0496.
Dodge '02 Ram 1500
Van. 3.9 V6 Cargo,
80K mi, cold AC, lad-
der rack, ps, radio.
Must Sel !$6500 OBO,
Call Craig 334-347-
5547 or 727-798-3640
Dodge '93 Ram Handi-
capped Van, low mi.,
loaded, very good
cond., auto w/over
drive, ext. top fof
walk inside, new car-
pet, TV, heavy duty
air compressor,
$11,000 invested, ask-
ing $9,000 obo. Call
Buck @ 334-347-2648
Dodge '09 Caravan, V6,
jazzy 1113 power chair
& a Harmar power
ramp inside. $5000, call
Ella Elliot H: 334-793-
7475, C: 334-797-5693
Ford '00 Econoline cus-
tom van, good condi- "
tion. All power, CC,
front & back A.C. .
$10,800. 334-794-5418
Ford '07 E150 Cargo
van. Contractor ready
warranty, key less
entry, $12,900.0BO 334-


Honda '03 Civic coupe
Automatic, One Owner
$7800,120k miles. West
Main Car Sales W.M. St.
Dothan. 334-699-5880
Honda'03 CRV LX 4
cyl Red $9000 69K
miles 850-482-5434 -
Honda '07 Civic Coupe
Touch screen GPS navi-
gation system, DVD
player, 26K mi., black,
$14,000 786-223-2278. ,






HONDA'07 Civic Si,
Blue, 6-spd. 24,000,
Loaded, moon roof,
Additional Transfer-
able warranty, Like
new. $17,000,334-775-
8439.
Classifieds...
See what it's all
about!
Honda'97 Accord SE
auto/2dr/great cond.
$3,800. 334-790-2224






Hyundai '04 Accent. 4
door, automatic. 67K
miles, 38 MPG. $5200.
334-790-7959


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Chevy '03 Trailblazer
LT, seats 8, exc. condi-
tion. 16,000 actual mi.,
orig. Price. $36,000, ask-
ing 113,900.334-333-
1685






Dodge '01 Dakota
Sport, automatic, V-6,
39,800 miles, like new
$5995.334-790-7959
Eddie Bauer '04 Expedi-
tion, blue. Captain
chairs, 107K mi. $10,500
OBO 334-673-0823.


Call 334.6853463
Jeep '79 CJ7,304 V8,5 (Q)W.INBi ^ ^
. transmission, new Toyota '07 4-Runner

Extras! $8,000 negotia- I ... W d, ur
ble. 334-726-0435 6-cyl. 2 WD. 60,000
miles, great condi- ..
Jeep 01' Grand Chero- tion. $18,000. 334-693- .
kee Laredo, cream 0568.
color,bug shield, Oldsmobile'04 Silhou-
side visors, roof rack, Z ette, Beige, Van. Auto.
clean inside & out. 6-cyl. 2 WD. 87k miles,
97k miles runs great. Loaded, Great cond.
$6500. 850-547-5292 $6995, 334-792-2956.
Jeep '08 Wrangler Sa- Pontiac '01 Montana, all
hara 4x4, 8,500 mi, hard power, rear A/C, 7 pas-
top & soft top, towing senger, good condition.
pkg., black, khaki int., Toyota'01 4 Runner SR- $4500., 334-299-3378 or
$24,500, 334-685-0653 5 2-WD $8700.112k 334-618-7101
miles. West Main Car
Jeep '02 Wrangler Sales W. Main. Street
Sport. 6-cyl. 4 WD. Dothan. 334-699-5880 -
70K mi, Convertible, _"'
Hard/Softtops$- Toyota'07Sequoia
9500obo. 218-206- limited, 18k miles,
2644. eep876@- navigation, dual dvd
2644mail.com jeep876@gvideo, leather, pearl
mailxcom white. Serious inquir-
ies only. 334-797-9522 PONTIAC'04 Montana
Van, light gold, tan in-
MTUST Toyota '04Sequoia SR5 terror, extra clean
M U Awesome vehicle, $3,995334-695-1339
leather, 6 CD changer,
DVD, all power. 2 tone
white.108K mi $14,100
080.334-791-7653
Toyota 07 Sequoia, Toyota '07 Sienna XLE
White, 24K miles, HANDICAP RAMPVAN
Gray leather interior, 8K miles, ex. cond.
Seats 8 & Blue Tooth. Loaded, leather, Nay,
JEEP '90 YJ HT 5-spd $27,900. 334-692-3824 DVD, Paid60K, Ask
6 cyl 4WD 3" Lift/ $46,600. 334-899-8741
Lockers $14,009.
Invest Sale $7,999 VANS
334-673-0088.
Land-Rover '99 Range
Rover HSE 4.6, fully
loaded, 95K mi., $7,200cuSS S,
OBO Call (334) 797-0768 S A
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*- .1^ mai ^" 52 WEEKS A YEAP
.J-* JU3T A CLICK AWAY.
Mercury '99 MT. Dk. CHEVY '00 Express v,,.. r .
Blue w / grey leather, Custom Van, leather, ,... o.
sunroof, 89K. Loaded, new tires, TV, VCR,
Great cond. $5900,334- excellent condition
687-4494. $3,995 334-695-1339


HYUNDAI '06 Sonata
GLS, Beige, Sedan.
Auto. 4-cyl. 2 WD.
53000, Power brakes, &
steering, CD, A/C,
AM/FM, stereo, sun-
roof, warranty, Great
cond. $10,995,793-5596.
Hyundia'06 Sonata LX
leather, sunroof, V-6,
new tires, power dr.
locks & steering, CC
heated seats, 6-disc.cd,
55,000K under warr.
$12,900 334-445-1057


Infiniti '00 130 Loaded
143K Excellent With
Warranty, $6,295. West
Main Car Sales, 1862 W..
Main St. 334-699-5880.
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Nissan '02 Pathfinder
SE. Loaded w/options
Excellent cond. $12,000.
334-447-0053




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