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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 3, 2010
Copyright Date: 2010
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- 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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Volume ID: VID00227
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by: Marianna Floridan

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EPA changes worry farmers


BM DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
A proposed change in federal,
water regulations and a 2011 fed-
eral budget recommendation-
could seriously impact -local
farmers.
In the proposed budget item
proposed by Presidenit Barack
Obama, the administration wants
to do away with payments to cot-\
ton and peanut farmers. These
compensate them for the cost of.
storing their crops until prices
rise.
In its justification for this
change, the administration point-
ed out that peanuts and cotton
farmers are the 'only producers
who benefit from the commodity
storage.payments.
."There is no reason the govern-
ment should be paying for the
storage of cotton or peanuts, par-
ticularly since it does not provide
this assistance'for other com-
modities," the budget proposal'
reads.
Called storage credits, the pay-
ments "have a negative impact on
the' amount of commodities on
the market," the budget report
states. "Because storage is cov-
ered by the government, produc-,
ers may store their commodities
for longer than necessary."
The news is making its way
through the agriculture commu-
nity on the heels of another and,
perhaps more potentially trou-
bling proposal, this one from the


Environmental Protection
Agency.
The EPA is proposing a reduc-
tion in allowable levels of
nitrates that can be released into
bodies of water in Florida, via
surface water runoff.
Fertilizer used by farmers con-
tain nitrogen and phosphorus, the
two nutrients specifically
addressed in the proposed new
EPA standards.
Farmers are concerned about
how this could impact their oper-
ations, and are not convinced that.
reliable science was used to set
the standards.
Jeff Pittman plans to be at a,
public hearing on this issue later
'this month in Tallahassee, the
nearest of three such meetings-
scheduled this month. The
Tallahassee hearing is Feb. 16,,
with one session running. from 1
to 5 p.m. Eastern time and a sec-
ond from 7 to 10 p.m. They will
be held 4t the Holiday Inn Capital
East, located at 1355 Apalachee
Parkway. Pittman is encouraging.
other farmers to make the trip, as
well.
Pittman said he and other farm-
ers are good stewards of the land,
and are eager to use best prac-
'tices in protecting the environ-'
ment. However, he and many oth-,
ers want more information about.
how the numbers were arrived at,
ahci some proof that they' are
appropriate. '
Pittman is far more worried
about the EPA issue than about


the'budget proposal to end cotton
and peanut, commodity storage
payment. He is not alone in that.
Ken Barton, the executive
director of the Florida Peanut
Producers Association, is also
Less concerned about the .budget
issue than the proposed EPA rule
change.
Barton said he believes the
budget proposal will be stricken
from the 2011 .budget for one
overriding reason; most
Congressmen are extremely
reluctant to re-open the 2008
Farm Bill. That would be neces-
sary, Barton said, to make any
changes in the. storage payments
since the provision is part of that
legislation.
' The farm bill governs all agri-;
ctulture-related programs in the.
country. The storage payment
provision, he said, is a very small
part of that large picture and will
not likely be viewed, as some-
thing that would warrant opening
the bill to a rehash just two years
in.
. Barton said the payments are
only made to farmers who have
been unable to sell the peanuts
they stored at a profit. If peanut
.or cotton producers are unable to
sell their crops for a reasonable
amount, they. can opt to store
them under temporary govern-
ment possession and wait for
higher prices. In exchange, the
government loans the producer
See FARMERS, Page 7A N-


Peanut and cotton producers face the possible elimination of com-
modity storage payments if the proposed changes goes through as
written. "armers also face potential new water quality require-
ments, which can impact their operations. Floridan File Photo


Computer

scam


reported
STAFF REPORT
The Jackson County Sheriff's
Office is warning local residents
of a scam that can cause com-
puters to crash. UPS notified
local authorities Tuesday that a
scammer was using that compa-
ny's name to spread a computer
virus. In the bogus e-mail, some-
one identifies himself as a UPS
manager and sends the follow-
ing message: "Dear Customer!
We were not able to deliver the
package which was sent on (a
certain date) in time because' the
recipient's address, is inexact.
Please print out the invoice copy
attached and collect the package
at our office. United Parcel
Service of America." Authorities '
advise that UPS does not send e-
mails of this nature. Opening the
attachment can cause the com-
puter to crash. Officials warn
recipients should not respond to
the e-mail.


Disabled woman's home destroyed byfire

7 r.., ." BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER


This Sneads residence was heavily damaged in a fire early Tuesday morning. Mark
Skinner / Floridan


Fire heavily damaged the home of a Sneads
woman early Tuesday morning, and the Red
Cross is assisting her with temporarily lodg-
ing, clothes and food.
Officials said no one was home when the
mobile home at 8081 Eugenia St. when the
fire was discovered shortly after 1 a.m.
The person living there was identified as
Charlene Wright.
Sneads Volunteer Fire Department Chief
Buddy Jeter said that while firefighters were
able to save about two-thirds of the structure,
it -is very possible that the trailer will be
declared a total loss.
Jeter said initial indications are that the fire
may have started in the west euid of the house,
and that the main part of the fire may have
been in a bedroom. The state fire marshal has
been called in to conduct a routine investiga-
tion into the fire, however, and' will release
the official findings later.
A special account has been set up at
Wachovia bank in Charlene Wright's name
for those who would like to donate cash to
help her start rebuilding her life.
Wright was to stay at. a hotel in Marianna
Tuesday and Wednesday nights courtesy of
the American Red Cross, but beyond that she


See FIRE, Page 7A


Groups plan food drive for 'Souper Bowl'


BY ASHLEY McKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER,
This Sunday marks not only the
year's biggest day in television and
football, but with, the help of four
local organizations, it will also mark
a day of giving towards the national
fight against hunger.
The national program, "Souper:
Bowl of Caring," is celebrating 20
years of mobilizing,youth to combat
hunger and poverty in communities.
The program's vision is to trans-
form Super Bowl weekend into the
nation's largest youth-led weekend
of giving and serving, along with
the fun of football's premier event.
Each year, communities gear up
prior to the big game to collect any
non-perishable food items, includ-
ing cans of soup. Monetary dona-
tions are also accepted. All the food
and money is used locally, but
reported nationally to show what.
has been accomplished with the
program.
Representing Marianna is the
Marianna Rotary Club, Marianna
High School's Beta Club, St. Luke's
See FOOD Page 7A >


Shirley Pelham puts a price tag on a mirror before
putting it out for sale at the Chipola Family
Ministries shop. The organization says 2009 was
one of its busiest years ever. Mark Skinner /
Floridan


Chipola Family
Ministries

reports record

donations
BY ASHLEY McKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Chipola Family Ministries
Director Fred Cook recently
tallied up last year's donation
numbers. With 80,000 pounds
of food distributed to more
than 3,000 families, 2009 was
one of the busiest years yet for
the organization.
For years, the Chipola
'Family Ministries food pantry
has 'collected donations from
area residents and distributed it
to families in need. Cook says
the food is mostly given to the
needy families of Jackson
County; however, no family is
turned away for food on the

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Graceville art students

exhibit in Dothan
BY ASHLEY McKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Graceville Elementary School art director
Roberta Nwell proudly turned over some of
her students' art work to the Wiregrass
Museum of Art in Dothan, Ala. last month.
The pieces are currently hanging in the
museum's Children Interactive Gallery on the
ground floor. According to museum officials,
the gallery offers an opportunity for youth
pieces which lack other outlets in which to be
recognized.
According to Nwell, this is the first time
Graceville students have had their work dis-
played in a museum.
"This is just so. exciting for them, and the
kids really had a great time making the
pieces," Nwell said.
Nwell worked with students for weeks on
the projects, and students in all grades were
included.
The students created hand-made paper art
pieces from various molds, creating paper
sculptures of all kinds. The sculptures were
then placed on different paper canvases, cre-
ating portraits of various scenes. Nwell says
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Clouds arrive tonight.
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Contact Us
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
FAX: (850) 482-4478
E-mail: editorial@jcfloridan.com
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32446
Office Hours:
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damages arising. out of errors and
advertisements beyond the amount
paid for the space actually occupied
by that portion of the advertise-
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whether such error is due to the
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employees or otherwise, and there
shall be not liability for non-inser-
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the amount paid for such advertise-
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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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Fees may apply for wedding,
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announcements. Forms are. avail-
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submissions.


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WEATHER UPDATES


Community Calendar


February 3 Wednesday
*lUniversity of Florida Extension Agents and
Specialists celebrate the 25th anniversary of
the Northwest Florida Beef Conference and
Trade Show at the Jackson County Agricultural
Conference Center in Marianna. Trade show
and registration, begin at 8 a.m.; educational
presentations begin at 8:30 a.m.; event con-
cludes with lunch. Registration fee ($5)
payable at the door. One private applicator CEU
offered for Restricted Use Pesticide Licensed
applicators. Call 482-9620, or e-mail
demayo@ufl.edu.
AARP Tax-Aide, Marianna,, offers free tax
return preparation and e-filing services for
low- and middle-income persons, with empha-
sis on- persons over 60, in the conference
room of the Jackson County Agricultural
office, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave. in Marianna, 9
a.m. to 1 p.m. Services continue Wednesday
mornings through April 14. For an appoint-
ment, call 693-0873.
Chipola College business instructor Lee
Shook and- student volunteers provide free tax
preparation and electronic filing simple,
individual returns only from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. Wednesday through early April. Other
times avaUable by appointment. For faster
refunds, bring a personal check (with routing
information). Call 718-2368.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Wedhesdays, 12-1 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

February 4 Thursday
The Chipola College Health -Science
Program joins the Jackson County Public
Health Unit in the "Think Red" campaign to
promote awareness of heart disease in
women. Think Red will be launched, 9 a.m. to
1 p.m. in the lobby of the Health Science
Building on the Chipola campus. Chipola stu-
dents, staff are invited to collect educational
materials about heart health and enjoy refresh-
ments. Call 718-2278.
Novelist/journalist Masha Hamilton visits
Chipola College for two events: The author of
"Staircase of a Thousand Steps," will conduct
a free writing workshop at 10 a.m. in Jackson
Lecture Hall; and she will present a cultural
diversity lecture at 11 a.m., followed by a
book-signing at noon. Call 718-2213.
The St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second
Ave. in .Marianna, is having its Pre-Valentine
Sale Feb. 2, 4, 9 and 11 Buy one item
(clothing only), get the second for half-price.
Covenant Hospice offers a free monthly
support group for caregivers of Alzheimer's, 1


p.m. at 4440 Lafayette St., Marianna. Light
refreshments. Registration required; call 482-
8520, 888-817-2191..
* MHS Project Graduation 2010 hosts a Gold
Buying Event at St. Luke's Parish Hall, 4362
Lafayette St. in Marianna, 3:30-7:30 p.m.
Bring unwanted gold for an offer (payment on
site). Proceeds benefit Project Graduation..Call
Claudia Smith at 482-7507.
AARP Tax-Aide, Marianna, offers free tax
return preparation and e-filing services for
low- and middle-income persons, with empha-
sis on persons over 60, in the conference
room of the Jackson County Agricultural
office, 2741 Pennsylvania. Ave. in Marianna,
4:30-7:30 p.m. Services continue Thursday
evenings through April 15. For ,an appoint-
ment, call 693-0873.
The Jackson County Public Library's sec-
ond annual Classic Southern Desserts
fundraiser starts at 6 p.m. in the Jackson
County Agricultural Complex, on Pennsylvania
Avenue in Marianna. Desserts, a silent auction
and entertainment will be featured. Tickets are
available for a donation of $10 each at the
Marianna and Graceville libraries. Call 482-
9631 or 263-3659.
The William Dunaway Chapter, Sons of the
American Revolution, welcomes speaker
Kenneth Brooten to discuss "The Second
American Revolution." Dutch-treat meal at 6
p.m. in Jim's Buffett and Grill in Marianna.
AAkclosed discussion Thursdays, 8-9
p.m. at the First United Methodist Church,
2901 Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.
Attendance limited to persons with a desire to
stop drinking.

February 5 Friday
The Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce First Friday Power Breakfast is 7-9
a.m. in the Jackson County Agriculture
Conference Center, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Marianna. Breakfast/networking at 7 a.m.; pro-
gram at 7:45 a.m. The Chamber's Government
Affairs Committee presents the 2010
Legislative Delegation Forum featuring Rep.
Brad Drake, Senator Al Lawson and Rep. Marti
Coley.
/* Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open the first weekend of every
month. Hours of operation are Friday, 9 a.m. to
5 p.m.; and Saturday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
* Today is the deadline to register for the
University of Florida (IFAS) Jackson and
Gadsden County Extension Offices Master
Gardener training program, which begins Feb.
10. Call 482-9620 or stop by 2741
Pennsylvania Ave., Suite 3 in Marianna.


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

February 6 Saturday
Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open the first weekend of every
month. Hours of operation are Friday, 9 a.m. to
5 p.m.; and Saturday 9 a.m. to. 2 p.m.
Alford Community Health Clinic, 1770
Carolina St. in Alford, welcomes Jackson
Hospital MedWheels on the Move to the clinic
today. MedWheels will provide free glucose
and cholesterol screenings during clinic hours:
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. ACHC, a free clinic for
patients without medical insurance and meet-
ing inconre guidelines, takes appointments
(263-7106, 579-2192) and walk-ins.
Dozens of former Chipola College baseball
players-including former Yankees manager
Buck Showalter-are expected to return for
Chipola- Baseball Alumni Weekend. Events
begin at 12:30.p.m. with an Alumni Home Run
Derby and Alumni Game. Indians play Middle-
Georgia at 4 p.m., St. Pete at 7 p.m. Call 718-
2332, or e-mail sheltonb@chipola.edu.
The Valentine Star Pageant begins at 1
p.m. in the Graceville Civic Center. Girls ages
infant through 19 years, and boys ages infant
through 6 years will compete. A donation from
proceeds go to the American Heart
Association. Call 768-1150 or 547-4810. -
Chipola College honors retired college
librarian Merle Houston at a 4 p.m. reception
in the college Library. College officials will
dedicate the Merle Z. Houston Reading Room
in her honor. Call 718-2265,
AA open meeting Saturdays; 4:30-5:30
p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.
Chipola Homecoming games between
Chipola and Tallahassee. Women's game tips
off at 5:30 p.m. Chipola president Dr. Gene
Prough and wife Priscilla host an Alumni
Reception in the Hospitality Room at 6:30 p.m.
The homecoming court will be presented dur-
ing halftime of the men's game, which begins
at 7:30 p.m. Call 718-2264.
The Tri-City Pageant, a benefit for Special
Olympics of Florida/Jackson County, begins at
6 p.m. in the Sneads High School Auditorium.
Admission: $5. Call 592-9563 or 762-4561.


POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The. Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Feb. 1
the latest available report:
One accident without injury,
one verbal disturbance, nine
traffic stops, one animal
complaint, one retail theft,
five assists of another
agency .and two public serv-
ice calls.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's. Office listed the


following incidents for Feb.
2 the latest available report:
Two accidents without
injury, one reckless driver,
three suspi-
- 4 cious vehi-
--jctjZ cles, two sus-
-,'- picious. inci-
fRIME dents, two
4 Z -- suspicious
persons, one
burglary, one burglar alarm,
one panic alarm, one rob-
bery alarm, 11 traffic stops,
one larceny, one set of
papers served, one civil dis-
pute, one trespassing, one


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noise disturbance, two ani-
mal complaints,, two fraud
reports, three assists of
motorists, one assist of
another agency, one child
abuse report, four public
service calls, two transports,
one patrol report, one single
residential fire, one vehicle
fire, 18 medical calls, one
traffic crash and one fire
alarm.
JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the county


jail during the latest report-
ing periods:
Henry Copeland, 33,
195 Jones St.,
Chattahoochee, driving with
suspended license, D.U.I.
Henry Curry, 60, 2852
Davey St., Marianna, viola-
tion of state probation (pos-
session of cocaine).
Takeish Graham, 28,
6045 Oscar Road,
Greenwood, fugitive from.
justice.
Debra Cook, 50, 3075
College St., Marianna, pos-
session of a controlled sub-


stance, hold for Calhoun
County.
Gregory Black, 39, 2781
Rocky Creek Road, Ashford,
Ala., D.U.I., leaving the
scene of an accident.
Michael Williamson, 39,
PO Box 1295, Bonifay, sen-
tenced to 180 days.

JAIL POPULATION: 189
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-5000.
To report a wildlife viola-
tion, call 1-888-404-FWCC
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Pack 170 recognizes achievements


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Pack 170 Cub Scouts
held their monthly pack
meeting on Jan. 29, at the
First Presbyterian Church.
Cubmaster Steve McCool
was assisted by leader i
Karen Beasley in present-
ing awards and recogni-
tions to the Scouts for their
achievements this past
month.
Members of the Wolves, 1-
Bears and Webelos dens.
received an array of
awards, including ackriowl-
.edgment for making
progress toward ranks,
working in the Scouting for
Food program, completing
requirements to earn a varin-
ety of badges and patches,
and other recognition for
their hard work and accom-
plishments.
For more information
about Scouting, please e-
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Grand Ridge honor roll


Grand Ridge School
recently released the honor
roll for the second nine-'
weeks.

First Grade
All A Brayden
Harrell, Dalton' Harrison,
Nicholas Lollie, Amelia
Mantecon, Alexis Palm,
Justin Tye, Andrew Weeks,
Larry Williams.
A/B -- Perrion
Ferguson, Adrianna
Haddock, Montanna Jones,
Daisy LaPorte, Chase
Matthews, Wyatt Mears,
Dahzjah Perry, Colby
Robbirds, Emma Ross,
Lorrie Smith, Calvin
Stringer, Emma Tolley,
Aubrey Tye, Jaylon
Webster, Naquanna Wynn.

Second Grade

All A Katie Durden.
A/B Gage Banks,
Andrea Driggers, Danielle
Dudley, Gracie Elmore,
Dayvon Ferguson, Sherrie
Griffin, Tiara Kutchey,
Tristen McDaniel, Marissa
Oliver, Devin Shaw, Taylor
Tousignant, Jatavious
Townsend.

Third Grade
All A None..
A/B Charlie
Alexander, Caroline
Durden, Desirqe Haddock,
Myra Miles, Maclaine
Thompson, Schuyler
Thompson, Shyann
Harrison, Joshua Sullivan.


Fourth Grade

All A Autumn
Avriett, Ricky Harrison,
Johnny Stone.
A/B Devin Anderson,
Cassie' Clark, Ayleen
Faria, Marleigh Jackson,
Cydney Johnson, Ireland.
Johnson, Ashley Lipford,
Joseph Lollie.

Fifth Grade

All A Dustin
Alexander, 'Bree Davis.
A/B Kade Chatwood,
Riley Edwards, Travis
Gerdon, Mason Jackson,
Madison Powell, Dustin
Shaw, Katia Thomas.

Sixth Grade

All A Mallory
Beauchamp, Allison Cort,
Orion Douthit, Emily
Edge, Elizabeth English,
Logan Gilley, Logan
McCord, Kaylee Messer,
Madison Pickens, Ashlyn
Roberts.
A/B Maggie Aaron,
Tyler Arnold, Dakota
Baggett, Allison Brown,
Hershell Brown, Kaylee
Cain, Matthew Campbell,
Kaleb Cooper, Levi Croft,
Emily Duncan, Mikayla
Durden, Jakob Farmer,
Sydney Frascona, Brittany
Fuder, Chloe Gilbert,
Matthew. Grantham,
Dimon Gray, Casey
Grover, Kirsten Hays,
Peighton Hobbs, Nicholas
Holguin, Lacy Hunter,
Blake Johnson, Mykaela


Mercer, Ashante Moore,
'Brian Moran, Dontelevist
Nelson, Jaylyn Palmer,
Twalana Palmore, Joe Mac
Scott, Blake, Sheffield,
Tyeshia Smith, MaKienna
Sneads, Lauren Stewart,
Amber Taylor,. Melanie
Utley, Alana White,'
Shaquanna Williams,
Rhett Wright.

Seventh Grade

All A Gavin Davis,
Cole Hamilton, Gerri
Hardin, AJ Johnson,
Hunter Powell, Christin
Suber, Savannah
Thompson, Jeremy Wert.
A/B Veronica
Ancrum, .Lee Bunting,
Caitlin Chason, Zane
Chason, Christian Clair,
Violet Collier, Austin
Goff, Dylan Johns, Bo
McClamma, Colton
McIntosh, Cara Pyke,
Alek Rogers, Kenneth
Saffold, Brandi Walden,
Aaliyah Williams.

Eighth Grade

All A Logan Neel,
Mary Pintado, Jenna
Poole, Taylor Reed,
Charlis Wilkes.
A/B Brittany Carr,
Reginald Creal, Ryne
Danford, Kaitlin
Dennison, Andy Faria,
Morgan Gainer, Sarah
Hardman, Bianca
Hernandez, Caitlyn
Holland, Griselda Santana,
Logan Wainwright, Darius
Williams, Melissa Wray.


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with several badges he earned this past
month. Contributed photo


nchez gets his Bear patch pinned on. Scout Liam McDonald is recognized for com-
his room, leader.Nancy Sanchez. pleting several of his Webelos requirements.
ited photo Contributed photo


AARP Tax Aide moves to new location


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

AARP.TaxAide Marianna
is again offering free tax
return preparation and e-fil-
ing, starting Feb. 3. A three-
man team of volunteer tax
preparers will prepare the
returns and quality review
them, and -then e-file the
returns. The free service is
offered to low- and middle-
.income persons, with
emphasis on seniors over 60.
During tax season, the
free service will be available
Wednesday mornings, 9
a.m. to 1 p.m.; and Thursday
evenings, 4:30 to 7:30 p.m.,
closing on April 15.
AARP has provided this
service for many years at the
Jackson County Public
Library. However, due to
overcrowding, this year it is
moved to the conference
room of the Jackson County
Agriculture Offices at 2741
Pennsylvania Ave. in
Marianna. The service is by
appointment. only. For an
appointment, please call
693-0873.
To guide patrons used to
the former location, from the
library parking lot take
Caledonia Street, turn onto
McPherson Street, south to
South Street, turn right and
drive east on South Street
until reaching Pennsylvania
Avenue. Cross into the large
parking lot of the Jackson
County Agriculture Offices.
The new location is across
Pennsylvania Avenue from
Marianna Middle School,
where South Street runs into
Pennsylvania Avenue.
Getting help with tax
returns is probably more


Ready to help in Marianna with AARP free tax return
preparation and e-filing are, from left, coordinator/tax
preparer Bill Duncan and tax preparers Bob Flynn and
John Wieferman. Contributed photo


important this year due, to
the American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act and other
recent changes. A person
can receive money from
their tax return when citing a
first-time homeowner pur-
chase for a refund of $8,000,
or for $6,500 for long-term.
homeowners purchasing a
different house.
Other new items include
the Making Work Pay
Credit, Economic Recovery
Payments, refundable cred-
its for college tuition pay-
ments, and even debt for-
giveness with home foreclo-
sure events. AARP TaxAide
carr prepare returns covering
these.
AARP and the IRS also
have improved the system
by AARP tax preparers in
Marianna and Altha, prepar-
ing the returns directly
online starting this year. No
records are kept, in local
computers, the returns are
not moved from computer to
transmitting computer, and
are not stored locally during
processing, all resulting in
better security of taxpayer
information. After complet-


ing a return, the AARP tax
preparers can tell filers the
date of the electronic direct
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honor retired college librar-
ian' Merle Houston at a-
reception Saturday, Feb. 6,
at 4 p.m. in the college
library.
College officials plan to
officially open the Merle Z.
Houston Reading Room in
the library in her honor.
Houston served the col-
lege in many capacities
during four decades from
the 1960s to the 2000s. She
served as director of the
library, with great strength
as a reference librarian
AND a reputation for help-
ing students and faculty
with research. She also
served several Chipola
presidents as director of
community affairs, with
responsibilities in public
relations.
For years, she was the
alumni liaison between the
college and former stu-
dents. She also was the offi-
cial hostess and historian of
the college. She coordinat-
ed graduation activities and
assisted in recruiting stu-
dents for the Chipola hon-
ors program.
Houston has been a'faith-
ful supporter of the col-
lege's fine arts and athletic
activities since the 1960s.
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"Mrs. Houston is an
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education

Florida's most influential business
groups say our state will face a "crisis
in human capital" over the next two
decades if we do not restructure our
public education system from kinder-
garten to college to produce a better-
educated work force.
In a report by the Florida Council of
100 and the Florida Chamber of
Commerce called "Closing the Talent
Gap," the business groups call for
sweeping changes at every level of the
education process.
Maybe the most dramatic proposal
of all, though, was a call to double
funding over the next five years for
the State University System. Here is
why it is needed, according to the
report's authors:
"Consider: Of every 100 Florida
students today, only 76 will graduate
from high school, only 51 will attend,
college and only 32 will earn a bac-
calaureate degree within six years.
"... (T)o reach the education level of
the 10 most productive states within
the next two decades, Florida will
need 4.5 million adults with baccalau-
reate degrees (1.3 million more than
expected at current attainment rates)
and, within five years, will need at
least 1.00,000 more science and tech-
nology professionals than we are on
track to produce."'.
Obviously Florida has a long, corn-
plicated road to achieving the educa-
tion reform and work-force goals the
business leaders say are necessary for
Florida to compete in the new knowl-
edge-based economy.
But there-is one thing missing from
the higher education recommendation:
How do we pay for it?
The need for more higher education
funding in Florida is indisputable and
well-documented. But doubling State
University System funding over the
next five years will require an addi-
tional $1.75 billion. Last year, for the
record,, the Legislature slashed fund-
ing for Florida's public universities by
$150 million, and with a potential
$2.6 billion budget shortfall this year,
more cuts are possible, if not likely.
The business community's urgent
call to action in creating a competitive
21st century education system and
work force is admirable and well-
intentioned. But good ideas absent
workable, real-world solutions to ful-
filling them suggests there is now
another report in Tallahassee bound
for another shelf.
The need for better higher educa-
tion, indeed overall education funding
in Florida is not hard to recognize.
Finding a way to achieve it and the
goals attached to it, now that would be
truly invaluable to successfully map-
ping out Florida's educational and
economic future.
Reprinted with permission from the
Ocala (Fla.) Star-Banner

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Obama takes on GOP, pitches business lending


By DARLENE SUPERVILLE
AND JENNIFER LOVEN
ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITERS


NASHUA, N.H. -
President Barack Obama
branded Republicans on
Tuesday as electoral oppor-
tunists more concerned
about their own interests
than the people's, taking a
political risk by escalating
criticism of the very law-
makers he's urging to work
with him. '
The newly combative
approach is a double-edged
sword for Obama.
Fearful of losses in the
November congressional
and gubernatorial elections,
Democrats have been urg-
ing Obama to throw tougher
punches at Republicans.
Those calls grew louder
after the Democrats' stun-
ning loss two weeks ago of
a Senate seat in.
Massachusetts, seen as an
indictment of Democratic
control over Congress and
the White House.
. The president complied
on Tuesday, choosing to do
so in a state where two'
House seats and a Senate
are in play this fall.
Citing examples, he took
Republicans to task for
switching positions on
important issues just to
score points with voters.
"You're out of patience
with this kind of business as
usual," he told his 1,600-


President Barack Obama shakes hands as he arrives
Nashua, N.H. Tuesday. AP Photo/Jim Cole


member audience. "You
want us to start worrying
less about our jobs and
more about your jobs."
But even if Obama notch-
es some rhetorical wins, he
risks alienating people at
the same time.
As a. candidate, Obama
built a winning brand as a
change agent. That outsider,
reformer image is difficult
for any politician to main-
tain once the:messy obliga-
tions and barriers of govern-
ing take over; it is even eas-
ier to lose once the bare-
knuckled zingers start fly-


What's more, Obama's
sharper tone comes at a time
of deepening voter ire about
Washington's politics of
division and inability to
solve pressing problems.
Sensing opportunity,
Republicans have taken
note. Countering Obama's
portrayal of himself as
above the political fray, the
Republican National
Committee sent out video
of what it called the presi-
dent's "perpetual campaign-
ing" of late.
. So the White House is
trying to tread carefully.
As Obama seeks to right'


for a town hall meeting in


his presidency and his agen-
da amid falling poll num-
bers and ballot box losses,
he and his advisers have-
concluded that the gloves
must come off more often.
He intends to unleash more
tough talk for Republicans
in the coming weeks, under
the theme that they, too,.
must be held accountable
for solving the nation's ills,
a senior administration offi-
cial said.
Since last Wednesday's
State of the Union address,
Obama has held two cam-
paign-style town hall meet-
ings. In both he has called,


out Republicans for oppos-
ing him on health care, fed-
eral spending and 'other
issues. He also spoke at a
meeting of House
Republican lawmakers,
where both sides aired their
complaints against the
other, sometimes sharply.
The idea is to stop allow-
ing Republicans' to define
the White House through
their nearly unanimous
opposition to Obama's pro-
posals and to start using
them as a foil to better
define themselves, the offi-
cial said.
As Obama put'it Tuesday
in New Hampshire: "You
can't walk away from your
responsibilities to confront
the challenges facing this
country because you think
it's good short-term poli-
tics."
- But he also will continue'
to reach out to Republicans,
asking them to work with
him and defining areas
where cooperation may be
possible. This serves two
purposes: put Republicans
on the spot, and show him-
self as a willing conciliator.
On Tuesday, as he 'has
done almost daily since last
week's State of the Union
address, Obama made a
play for bipartisanship. He
urged the Republican
minority in Congress to
work with him and the
Democratic leadership to


Farmers


money. against the product stored. In
the case of peanuts, the.loan current-.
ly comes to $335 per ton stored.
While the product is being held by
the government, the farmer continues
looking for a buyer who will offer
enough for them to make a profit.
'If they can't find a suitable buyer in
nine months or so, they can forfeit the
product to the government. In that
case, they don't have to pay back the


loan, handing over their peanuts or
cotton instead. The government uses
the product in its own feeding pro-
grams, or for other purposes.
Under this scenario, the govern-
ment pays the storage fee the farmer
has incurred.
The per-ton storage cost is around
$38 for each ton stored. One acre of
peanuts this year yielded an average
of 3,400 pounds,. about one and


Exhibit


she chose this particular
project as a way to incorpo-
rate the science curriculum
, on recycling into her art
lessons.
Students were told to
collect scrap paper in col-
ors representative of their
direction with the sculp-
tures. The students then
shredded the paper in a
blender with water, making
a paper mache-type paste.
Then Nwell instructed stu-
dents to sift the material,
gather the pulp and press it
into a mold.,
'The children chose all
kinds of molds," Nwell
said. "There were sports
themes, flowers, leaves,
flags, all kinds of animals
'and many different fish."
Nwell focused on the
recycling lessons through-
out the creation of the
sculptures. .
"Basically, I spoke to the
students about how we
were recycling," Nwell
said. "I told them we were
taking scrap paper, some-
one else's trash,, and turn-
ing it into something beau-
tiful and useful art. I
also explained to them we
were not to waste anything.
We even poured all extra


Paper sculptures, created by Graceville Elementary School's art students are on dis-
play at the Wiregrass Museum of Art in Dothan. Mark Skinner / Floridan


water back into the ground
outside." .
Nwell explained that art
lessons are far more than
just coloring. She says all
'her lessons work to incor-
porate basic curriculum.
"Art is constantly over-
looked as an important sub-
jeot, but there is so much
students learn from art les-
sons colors and how to


Food


Episcopal Church and the First
Presbyterian Church.
Last year, these organizations
raised $571.17 and contributed 290
cans of food..
According to Rotary Club Director
Jim Hart, Rotary's goal is to double
their previous years' contribution of
$545 and 62 cans.
Each organization is collecting at
various events this week, with First
Presbyterian Church accepting dona-
tions for the remainder of February.
Donations from each organization


blend them, dimensions,
shapes, visual arts, the list
is endless," Nwell said.
Diedre Frith, director of
community relations at the
Wiregrass museum, agreed
with Nwell.
"Roberta's students'
pieces are just fantastic,"
Frith said. "We think it is
. so important for children.to
view work from other chil-


will be pooled together and given to
the "Souper Bowl of Caring" pro-
gram.
Today's Rotary meeting at Jim's
-Buffet and Grill on Lafayette Street at
noon will be one of this week's col-
lection drives. Another will be the
Kiwanis Club meeting Thursday, also
at Jim's at noon. Beyond these two
meetings, First Presbyterian Church
members will- be collecting at the
church all month. '
The program has expanded since it
started in 1990, with donations going


Record


initial visit. If a family residing in a
surrounding county needs food, Cook
provides it, but also directs them
toward their local food pantry.
"With the economy and the job
market the way it's been, the need has
been greater these past few years,"
Cook said.
"But like I've said before, the peo-
ple of Jackson County are a giving
people and have offered their assis-
tance to others, making this year one
of our best for donations."
Cook added that between individ-
ual donations and local collection
drives, Jackson County residents sin-
gle-handedly donated approximately
61,000 pounds of food. Chipola
Family Ministries covered the addi-
tional 19,000 pounds.
Many donors countywide have


contributed to the ministries' efforts,
including Sneads High School cheer-
leaders, employees of Woodmen of
the World Insurance, and .Family
Dollar Distributing Center. With hun-
dreds of county donors,- Cook says
he's thankful for everyone's help.
"We couldn't have fed 3,000 fami-
lies without the help- of our many
donors," Cook said. "We are so
blessed to live in such a giving com-
munity. You know, last year we had
over 5,000 pounds of food donated by
individuals wishing to remain anony-
mous. These people wanted no recog-
nition, just to do what's right."
Cook said with such an impressive
2009, he hopes the community will
continue to support the ministry and
make 2010 even better.
Along with the continuous work


dren, and show how fun art
can be. Viewing other
youth art work really
brings it to their level of
understanding and conveys
a sense of possibility to
them."
Frith says the Graceville
students' work is a great
addition to the gallery and
will help to youth art
month in March.


Continued From Pdge 1A


from $5,700 the first year to $10.4
million by 2009.
Since the program donates 100
percent of the money raised, 10
National Football League team own-
ers have made significant financial
contributions to fund the program's
administrative expenses, while also
making staff members responsible
for raising money as well.
The participants are encouraging
residents to get involved. For more
information on the program, visit
www.souperbowl.org.


Continued From Page 1A.


for the local food pantry, Cook has
also joined with the Southern Baptist
Convention for disaster relief for the
people of Haiti.
Cook and convention officials are
working together to promote
"Buckets of Hope," a project.aimed
at providing food and supplies to the
Haitian people.
Officials are asking participants to
purchase a new five-gallon bucket
with a lid, and fill it with various sup-
plies. The bucket will be picked up
and transported by convention offi-
cials. .
Due to the detailed packing
instructions involved, participants
are urged to visit
www.flbaptist.org/BucketsofHope
for a full list of items to be included.
The project deadline is March 15.
T


Continued From Page 1A


three-quarter tons.
The storage could cost large-scal
farmers who store a lot of produce
quite a bit, if the storage cost i
passed on to them.
Pittman said he tends to agree wit
Barton about the fate of the proposal
to end commodity storage payment:
and for the same reason. No one, h
said, wants the farm bill opened u
for changes.


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Fire Continued From Page 1A


said she hasn't been able to
plan. She had lived in the
trailer about nine years.
Wright had taken her niece
to a hospital ,in
Blountstown Monday night
and had spent several hours
there before heading home
around midnight. She'd
been up since 7 a.m.
Monday when she returned,
and was looking forward to
a good night's sleep after'
the long stressful day and
evening.
She said she.pulled into
.her- drive just around 1 a.m.
Tuesday to. find her. trailer
all but destroyed, firetrucks
parked on her lawn and
firefighters shooting water
into the smoldering
remains of her home.
By .4 p.m. Tuesday, she'd
been awake for more than
34 hours and was too wor-
ried to consider lying down
to sleep..


She also has her 17-year-
old daughter to consider.
Mother and daughter lost
most of their possessions in
the fire.
, Wright's. own physical
problems are also of great
concern.
She lists scoliosis, heart
problems; diabetes and'
high blood pressure among
her .physical challenges,
and said the wheelchair she
often uses to get around
was damaged in the fire.
She said she cannot work
because of her disabilities,
and she is hoping to get a
camper or small trailer to
live in soon.
Meanwhile, she said
she's looking to a higher
power.
"I'm waiting for the good
Lord to help me cause
that's all that's going to
help me' through this," she
said.


James & Lipford
Funeral Home
9390 Cotton Street
Graceville, FL 32440
(850) 263-3238
www.jamesandsikes
funeralhome.com

John M.
Morrow

John M. Morrow depart-
ed this life .to be with the
Lord on Jan. 31, 2010, at his
home, surrounded by fami-
ly and friends. John was
born in High Springs, but
lived most of his life in
Graceville.
The funeral service will
be 11 a.m. Wednesday,
Feb. 3, at the First Baptist
Church in Graceville, with
Dr. Jerry Windsor and the
Rev. Tim Folds officiating.
Burial will follow in Marvin
Chapel Cemetery with
James & Lipford Funeral
Home in Graceville direct-
ing. In lieu of flowers, the
family request donations
be made to the van fund at
the First Baptist Church in
Graceville, P.O. Box 565,
Graceville, FL 32440, or to
Covenant Hospice, 4440
Lafayette St., Suite C, Ma-
rianna, FL 32440.
He graduated from
Graceville High School and
attended Chipola Junior.
College, then studied agri-
culture and poultry man-
agement at Iowa State Uni-
versity. He was in the poul-
try industry in the
Graceville area for 25 years,
where he was associated
with Cloverdale Farms,
Greenwood Products Com-
pany and Chipola Cattle
Company as general man-
ager and president. He
spent the last 15 years of
his career in retail sales in
the Graceville and Dothan
area.
He was an active mem-
ber of the Graceville First
Baptist Church, where he
served as a deacon, a for-
mer Brotherhood director
and- a member of the
Comeback Sunday school
class. He was an active
member of the Graceville


Lions Club and served as
secretary for many years.
Hehad been a member of
the Graceville Arts League
since its inception. He
served as secretary of the
Graceville. Area Develop-
Iment Council for several
years..
Preceding him in death
were his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G.W. Morrow Sr.; sis-
ter Frances Morrow Taylor;
brother Joe L. Morrow; and
his mother- and father-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. George
Dewey Peel.
He is survived by Jean-
nette P. Morrow, his wife of
471/2 years; one son, Wil-
liam D. "Bill" Morrow and
wife Sandra, of Graceville;
daughter Anna M. Thomas,
of Slocomb; Ala.; grandson
Wesley Dalton Morrow, of
Bainbridge, Ga.; three step-
grandchildren, Austin and
Justin Deacon, and Jessica
Pugh, all of Villa Rico, Ga.;
two brothers, George W.
Morrow Jr. and wife Cleo,
of Denison, Texas, and An-
drew J. "Andy" Morrow, of
Albuquerque, N.M.; two
brothers-in-law, Mack C.
Peel of Louisville, Ala., and
Thomas B. Peel and wife
Jean of Dothan; Ala.; two
sisters-in-law, Virginia
Fountain of Dothan, and
Betty McGilvray of Troy,
Ala.; special friend 'of the
'family, Dr. Andrew
Orestano of New Orleans;
numerous nieces and
nephews; and caregivers
Mary. Taylor (niece), Ben
.Beall and Willie Nix with
Covenant Hospice of Ma-
rianna.
Pallbearers are nephews
George Allen "Skip" Taylor,
Jerry Stevenson, Greg Ben-
ton, Greg McGregor, Ronny
Peel, Bill Scroggins, Stan,
McGilvrary and Greg Peel.
Honorary pallbearers are
deacons of the First Baptist
Church, members of the
Comeback Sunday school
class, Jerry Cordell, Danny
Pitts, Lee Miller, Tommy
Johnson, Tom Heisler and
R.L. Price Jr.


OBITUARIES


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overhaul education, energy
and health care policies and
take'on crippling federal
budget deficits.
"I can't do this alone.
Democrats can't do this
alone nor should we," he
said.
While he spoke there, the
White House pressed the
message on another front,
releasing a letter from
Obama to U.S. Chamber of
Commerce President Tom
Donohue asking for the
leading business lobby's
support for his jobs propos-
'als.
"Understanding that we
may not always agree on
every issue or how to
achieve the goals we all
share, let us build on the
progress we've seen and
work together wherever
possible," Obama wrote.
Yet even as Obama was
reaching across the aisle
with "one hand, he pushed
back with the other.
He said some of those
who opposed last year's
$787 billion stimulus pack-
age and who continue to
argue that it isn't creating or
saving jobs haven't shied
away from taking credit
back home for projects the-
bill paid for.
"They've found a way to
have their cake and vote
against it too," Obama said
in New Hampshire, naming
no one in particular.






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SPORTS


WEDNESDAY


CHS,

BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
COTTONDALE Shay Wright
scored 25 points and the Cottondale
Lady Hornets rolled past the Sneads
Lady Pirates 61-32 on Tuesday
night in the quarterfinals of the
District 2-2A tournament.
Cottondale advanced to Friday's
semifinal round against the top-
seeded South Walton Lady
Seahawks, who defeated CHS at the
buzzer in their last meeting on Jan.
26 in Cottondale.
The Lady Hornets will get anoth-
er shot at South Walton thanks
largely to the efforts of the junior
Wright, who scored 12 points, in the'
first half and 13 more in the second.
Cottondale got off to a quick start
by scoring the first 11 points of the
game.
A lay-up by Khadejah Ward, a 3r
point play by Syrinna Pope, a basket
by Wright, and a jumper by Jakia
Grimsley were followed by another
bucket by Wright to cap the run with
4:21 left in the first period.
Sneads didn't score until two free
throws by Shan Gillette with 3:55
on the first quarter clock.
The Lady Pirates got to within,
seven at 13-6, but a basket by Pope,
a jumper by Grimsley, and then a
steal and lay-up by. Grimsle3y
pushed the lead to 19-6 after one"
period.
, Ward added'a triple on the first'
Cottondale possession of the second
quarter to increase the Lady
Hornets' advantage to 16 points.
Wright added eight more points in
See CHS, Page 2B 1-


girs win bi

girls win big


Cottondale's Shay Wright (2) dribbles the ball between a group of Sneads Lady Pirates defend-
ers during a district tournament quarterfinal game on Tuesday night in Cottondale. Wright
scored 25 points to lead the Lady Hornets to a 61-32 victory. CHS will next play in the semifi-
nals Friday against South Walton. Mark Skinner/Floridan


CC reels


off four


straight
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Chipola Lady Indians soft-
ball team finished what started
out as a rocky weekend with a
strong finish in Henderson, Nev.
After dropping three of their
'first four games by a combined
21 runs, the Lady Indians
responded with two straight wins
on Sunday, then two more on
Monday.
After being blanked 8-0, by
Solt Lake Utah in the first game
on Sunday, Chipola rebounded
with wins of 7-4 and 11-8 over
Central Arizona and Arizona
Western.
Ariell van Hook had monster
performances in both games,
combing to go 6-for-6 with two
home runs, eight RBI and three
runs scored.
Brittany Black also added a
home run and three RBI against.
Arizona Western.
On- Monday; it was all about
pitching for the Lady Indians, as
they took wins of 3-1 and 3-0
over Chattanooga State and
North Idaho.
Emma Stevenson picked up the
win against Chattanooga State,
pitching a complete game and
allowing just two hits and a walk.
See CC, Page 2B >


Youthful Lady Hornets looking to


rebuild around speed, defense


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTs EDITOR
After saying goodbye to the heart of one of
the best teams in school history, the Cottondale
Lady Hornets will start again in 2010 with a
largely new group of players, looking to match
their predecessors' success.
First-year Cottondale coach Chris Stevenson
takes aver as the head man for. the Lady
,Hornets, with former Cottondale stars Selentia
Pittman, Liz Krauser and Shanae Dickens now.
playing for Chipola.
In fact; Cottondale returns just one starter
from last year's district championship team, in
junior catcher Chelsea Caudill.
"If there has ever been a rebuilding year, this
is it," Stevenson said. "I'd like to say we're
reloading, but I'd be lying to you if I said that.
When you look up 'rebuild' in the dictionary,
you're looking at Cottondale. We're a very
young team."
Krauser delivered nearly every, meaningful
pitch for the Lady Hornets last season. In her
place will step a pair of freshmen in Kelsie
Obert and Marianna transfer Jennifer Hewett.
Mdry Auger, one of Cottondale's three sen-
iors, will also help out in the circle.
Stevenson said he is going to need his pitch-
ers to produce because the offensive firepower-
the Lady Hornets lost will not be easily
replaced.
"Defensively, we'll be very solid, but I think
we'll be at best average offensively," the coach
See REBUILD, Page 2B >


ndians in desperate need of a win against No. 7


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR


The Panhandle Conference season is
only halfway done, but the Chipola
Indians already find themselves in a
must-win situation.
Chipola (14-9 overall, 2-4 in
Panhandle Conference play) will head
to Niceville tonight to take on the No. 7
Northwest Florida State Raiders (20-2,
5-1) at 7:30 p.m. A loss will make a
state tournament berth nearly impossi-
ble for the Indians.
A defeat would put Chipola four
games out of the runner-up spot needed
to make the postseason, with just five
games to play.
"This is definitely a 'must-win'
game," Indians coach Jake Headrick
said Tuesday.
Chipola will return home on Saturday
to take on first-place Tallahassee (6-1)
in another game that could help revive
the Indians' postseason hopes.
"This is a huge week for us,"
Headrick said. "If we can win on the
road and come back here Saturday and
. get another.win, there's no telling what
can happen."
The Indians will need some help
regardless of the outcome of tonight's
game. But the coach said that was the
farthest thing from his mind.
"All year we've talked about the fact
that we can only control what we do,
and that's win games," Headrick said.


"Our motto this week has
been to do whatever it
takes. The guys have got to
be willing to do whatever
they've got to do to win."
-Jake Headrick,
Chipola coach
"We have to do everything we can to
win out. I think if we take care of our
business, some teams will slip up over
the course of the year.
"But our motto this week has been to
do whatever it takes. The guys have got
to be willing to do whatever they've got
to do to win. That's.what we're sticking
to from here on out."
The Raiders defeated Chipola 86-74
in the first matchup on Jan. 16 in
Maianna, getting 24' points from
Sherrard Brantley, as well as 20 points
and 10 rebounds from star point guard
Brian Bryant.
Bryant, who may very well be the
front-runner for Panhandle Player of the
Year and a candidate for national' hon-
ors, presents a unique challenge for
opponents with his blend of size, ath-
leticism and skill;
"He's probably as good a player as
there is in the country for what he


means to his team," Headrick said of
the Raiders' sophomore and future
Mississippi State Bulldog.
"Everything runs through him. It's
rare to find a 6-foot, 3-inch point guard
that athletic, and can do the things he
can do. He has dominated every confer-
ence game he has played in. He fills up ,
the stat line with rebounds, assists,
blocked shots, everything. He does so
much to help his team win."
However, the biggest problem the
Raiders posed to the Indians in the first '
matchup was on the offensive glass.
"Last time .they just killed us on the
boards," Headrick said. "They really
dominated the boards, so we've got to
accept that challenge and have the
effort on every possession.
"(Rebounding) helps us out on the
other end because we like to push the
ball, and you can't push it like we want
if we don't rebound it."
Chipola is coming off of its best per-
formance of the conference season
Saturday night, an 82-67 home win over
Pensacola that broke a four-game losing
skid.
The Indians were shooting just 34
percent as a team in conference play
going into that game. But Chipola shot
more than 50 percent from the field
Saturday, in a dominant first half en
route to the win.
"We finally started making some
See INDIANS, Page 2B 1>


Cottondale's Chelsea Caudill, right, tags Brianna
Vickery running the bases during a Lady Hornets
practice Monday in Cottondale. Mark
Skinner/Floridan


Raiders in Niceville


Chipola's Keith DeWitt (42) puts the ball in the
basket during a game against Pensacola on
Saturday night in Marianna. Mark
Skinner/Floridan


GHS to semis


Graceville's Brittney Flournoy (11) gets ready-to go up for a'
shot during a district tournament quarterfinal game against
Vernon on Monday in Cottondale. GHS won the game 49-
25, with Mychea Williams and Wynterra Pittman scoring 13
points. The Lady Tigers will play the.winner of Tuesday night's
Holmes County/Blountstown game in the semifinals on
Fridpy at 6 p m--.- Mark Skirner/Floridan


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High School Boys
Basketball
Thursday- Marianna at
Cottondale, 5:30 p.m.,
and 7 p.m.; Chipley at
Graceville, 5:30 p.m.,
and 7 p.m.
Friday- Malone at
Sneads, 6 p.m., and 7:30
p.m.
High School Girls
Basketball
The District 2-2A tour-
nament in Cottondale
will continue on Friday
with semifinal games
between Graceville and
Holmes County at 6
p.m., followed' by
Cottondale and South
Walton at 7:30 p.m.
Chipola Alumni
Weekend
The Chipola baseball
team will host its
"Alumni Weekend" from
Feb. 5-7 at Chipola
Field. The Indians will
play Walters State on
Feb. 5 at 11 a.m., then
take play two games on
Saturday against Middle
Georgia at 4 p.m., and St.
Petersburg at 7 p.m.
Chipola will again take
on St. Petersburg on
Sunday at 12 p.m.
There will also be a
golf outing at Indian
Springs Golf Course at
12 p.m., on Friday, and
an alumni Home Run
Derby and Alumni Game
on Saturday from 12:30
p.m. to 3 p.m.
Among the alumni
scheduled to return to
Chipola is Buck
Showalter, Alan Home,
Jose Bautista, J6sh Storm
and Ryan Chaffee.
Chipola Basketball
The Chipola men's and
women's basketball
.teams hit the road on
Wednesday to take on
Northwest Florida State
in Niceville.
The Chipola teams
will be hack in Marianna
on Saturday to take on
Tallahassee.
The women's game
will tip at 5:30 p.m., with
the men's game to follow
at 7:30 p.m.


Malone holds off



Graceville 74-65


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR

The Malone Tigers built up a
big lead, then held off a' late
Graceville rally to take a 74-65
victory Monday night in Malone.
Malone,- which improved to
19-4 on the season with the win,
fell down 6-0 to start the game
but answered with an 18-4 run to
close the first period.-
The home Tigers led 32-20 at
halftime, and extended the lead
to 13 at 52-39 through three.
Graceville rallied back in the
fourth with intense pressure
defense to cut the lead to four
with 3:02 remaining in the game.
However,,GHS would get no
closer, as Malone took its second
straight win over Jackson County
opponents and its seventh
straight overall.
"I kind of like the way we're,
playing right now," Malone
coach Steven Welch said after the
game. "If you take away the last
five minutes (Monday night), I
felt real good. .
For a young team, we've
ended up with a pretty good
record. We only start one senior,
and we're getting some valuable
experience winning games. It's
been a good year, but the playoffs
are coming up, and all anyone


"It's been a good year,
but the playoffs are
coming up, and all
anyone remembers is
how you do there."
-Steven Welch,
Malone coach

remembers is how you do there."'
Jean Littles scored 18 points to
lead Malone, with TJ Smith
adding 14.
Cameron Dozier had a monster
night for Graceville in the losing
cause, finishing wifh 32 points,'
seven rebounds, six assists and
five steals.
Byron Laster added eight
points and 12 rebounds for GHS.
Welch said his team took. its
foot off the gas a little too early.
"We stretched it out to 19 early
in the' fourth, and I think. we
thought it was about to get easy,"
the coach said. "But they made a
great push at the end. Cameron
started dealing and hit some
shots. Before we knew it, we had
a fight on our hand.
"Fortunately, we were able to
get a couple stops and make
some plays at the end."


Indians
Continued From Page 1B
shots against PIC," Headrick playing (NWF, St.) at their
said. "I hope that will carry 'place is, the environment,"
over. I hope this team found Headrick said. "It's definitely
its identity the other night, one of the toughest places to
which is about taking good go play in the league. Our
shots versus bad shots, focus level has to be as good
knocking down our open as it has been all year.
looks, and taking advantages "Up until this point, we
of opportunities. When you haven't made shots on the
get good looks, you've got to road, so we're going to have
make them in the Panhandle to defend, rebound and make
Conference in order to win." shots to win the game."
It won't be easy, as the -
Indians have struggled to Chipola will get back for-
shoot well on the road in con- ward Aaron Davis from an
ference play. indefinite suspension tonight,
And the Raiders have per- though Headrick said no
haps the best homecourt decision had yet been made
advantage in the Panhandle about sophomore wing
Conference. Delwan Graham's playing
"The toughest thing about status.


Malone's Marcus. Leonard (1) gets ready to go up for a shot while
Graceville's Byron Laster (33) trails him during a game Monday night
in Malone. Mark Skinner/Floridan


Lady Indians travel to Niceville


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR

The .Chipola Lady Indians basket-
ball team heads to Niceville tonight to
take on the Northwest Florida State
Lady Raiders in a game with major
postseason implications.
Chipola (11-11, 1-5 in the Panhandle
Conference) needs a victory to stay in
the hunt for the third league berth in
the state tournament.
The Lady Raiders (14-5, 1-5) also
need a win in the worst way, as both
teams trail 'third-place Tallahassee (3-
4) by one game in the loss column.
Northwest Florida State defeated
Chipola 76-63 in the first matchup on
Jan. 16 in Marianna.
Shamar Harris led the way for the
Lady Raiders with 27 points, including
21 in the second half. Bianca Jarrett
scored 25 points for CC in that loss.


The Lady Indians are coming off of
their first conference victory of the
season, a 71-64 win over the Pensacola
Lady Pirates on Saturday at home.
Jarrett again led the way for Chipola
with 24 points, while Lindsey Carr
added 19 points. Chipola will need to
bring that same effort into a hostile
environment tonight, but Lady Indians
coach David Lane said the game is not
necessarily a must-win for his team.
"Honestly, we're not in terrible
shape even if we drop this one. The
biggest one for us will be Saturday,"
the coach said, noting the team's home
game against TCC on Saturday. "But
it's obviously a game that could put us
in much better position."
Chipola will again be down to six
players, with Kendra Powell out with a
knee injury, though Cayla Walker will
return to the lineup after missing two
games due to illness.


CHS
Continued From Page 1B
the quarter to give Cottondale a 32-12 two more free throws, a lay-up, and anoth-
halftime edge. CHS used a 13-0 run in the er bucket to make it 45-16 Lady Hornets
third period to squash any .notion of a with 1:16 left in the third period.
comeback. Grimsley started the run with a Grimsley added 10 points for
baseline jumper, then Wright added a'3- Cottondale, with Waid scoring nine, and
pointer and a lay-up off of a feed from Pope seven. Gillette led Sneads with 12
Grimsley for a 39-16 lead. Wright added points, while La'Tilya Baker scored 10.


CC
Continued From Page 1B
Andrea Sullivan was the the top of the eighth inning, while striking out five.
offensive hero with a three- Chipola got RBI hits Chipola will next head to
run home run in the fifth from Trish Bliss and Leesburg, Ga., on Friday to
inning. Hannah Lovestrand in the play four games.
The win against North inning. The Lady Indians will
Idaho came in dramatic Black starred in the cir- face Faulkner State,
fashion, as thd Lady cle for Chipola, pitching Wallace College, Middle
Indians broke up a score- the full eight and giving up Georgia, and Gordon
less tie with three runs in just four hits and one walk College.


Rebuild
Continued From Page 1B


said. "We're going to face
some of the stiffest pitching
in softball around here. You
look across the district and
shake your head. It's a
nightmare."
Obert will pitch
Cottondale's season-opener
against Bozeman ,on Feb.
13, but Stevenson said he
has confidence in all three
of his pitchers.
"The pitchers are very
young, but they all have a
battery of pitches," the
.coach said. "Mary probably
has a greater repertoire of
pitches than the others, but
Jennifer is probably' the
fastest. Kelsie is probably
the most stable pitcher we
have."
Although the Lady
Hornets are young, they
aren't without players-who
have performed on the big
stage.
Sophomores Brianna
Curl and Valerie
D'Ambrosio came on
strong late last season and
made contributions during
Cottondale's playoff run to
the regional finals. Obert
also got significant playing
time in the postseason, as
well as senior Samantha
Brainerd and Caudill.
Stevenson said the expe-
rience of being a part of the
Lady Hornets' run last sea-
son will serve his returning
players well.


"The one thing, that Liz
and Shanae and lot of those
girls left with this team is
the drive to win," the coach
said.' "That's huge, know-
.ing that they can win big
games and'never let their
head down.
"But the bar is set so high
right now. When you lose
the ladies that we lost, it's
tough to get right back to
that level. I think we've got
the girls to be competitive.
Do I think we have the girls
to go back down to the final
eight? Probably not, but if
we can catch a break here
or there, we could possibly
be in the top three of the
district."
The district has now
been expanded to eight
teams, making things even
more difficult for the Lady
Hornets.
"That's a black and blue
district," Stevenson said. "I
just know that people are
not predicting us to win a
bunch of ballgames, but I
think we're going to jump
up and surprise some peo-
ple."
Stevenson, who has pre-
viously coached junior var-
sity baseball at Cottondale
and Graceville, said his
team's strength this season
would be speed.
"That's one thing .we do
have, a lot of speed," the
coach said. "Valerie


D'Ambrosio is lightning
quick in centerfield, along
with Sierra Coleman and
Brianna Curl (in the out-
field).
"We will be a running
team. We're going to have
to manufacture runs. Speed
will be our strongest suit on
offense and defense."
Stevenson said he was
going to need big contribu-
tions this season from
Caudill, Hewett, Obert, and
Curl, who the coach said
had a chance to be a special
player in the mold of the
Lady Hornets' previous
stars.
"Brianna has all the
tools," the coach said. "It's
just a matter of her putting
them all together.
"She and Valerie are real-
ly the vocal leaders of the
team. When we get down
for some reason, they are
always the ones who pick
us up."
Despite the team's inex-
perience and difficult
schedule, Stevenson said
he expected his team to
make some noise before all
is said and done.
"I know we're going to
steal some wins. I would
just about bet my job on it,"
he said. "If we could keep
this core group together,
these girls are going to be
very competitive in the
next couple of years."










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P"j 2005 Gulfstream 5th COUGAR '05Camrper
Wheel, 4 slideouts. Trailer : slide.
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General Homes with Acreage rTandemio trailer, GPSexc canopy, great condi- 6 payoff. 334-794-8897' 'gS
Cemetar Lots (2) 199917 foot Alumi radio, te e, 7264835 tion. $8,700. 334-797- or 334-790-7918 38B-DSL, Sleeps 8, awnings, 2BR, garden
Meadowlawn Memo- 2/I1,3 miles from FSBO2560 ft 3/2 craft, 50 HP Mercury, 1272 2 Slideouts, Loaded, tub with shower,
rial Enterprise Incl. Driver Wanted Mar. family of 2, FSB 2560 acres trailer, trolling mo- KEYSTONE07 Like new. $20500 W&D CHA Lots of
Vaults & Headstones Flat ed operation, $400 mo No pets Possible ownerfi tor, depth finder, live Stratos 9 273 Cherokee Trailer '06 Copper Canyon5th 334-406-4555 extra's.$20K.334
Current Value $6775 short haus, home 850-482-8333 nancing 850-209-8759 well. $4500 334-312- intimidator, 17ft bass 28'L, sleeps 8, Like wheel, 2 slides, sur- 347-4626/333-0309.
Asking $5000 OBO most nights & 0114 Johnson 150HP, need new. $16,000. 334- round sound, Ig. liv-
361 547-3376 weekends. Clean Z/1 in Grand Ridge a 3 1/4 ton truck or 347-1887 or 334-449- ing area $27 ,500,
361547CDLw/min. 2yrs $400/mo+$400 dep I Lots-Acreage 2008 Fisher 1754, $6500. 334-596-1694 0162 334- 618 6572.
F on exp Good Pay 850-592-5571 40hp mercury, 4-
5592-2815 stroke, mtr guide, Supra '90 TS6M
8 2/1 Located n 2 acres MO, on trolling mtr, Hum- comp, ski/wake
Founneads $350/mo ved road Grand mingbrd 565, TAC, board,great shape. JA C KSO N
Found: Lg. white Fe- Start Today 850-573-0308. Ridge area, $500 bilge pump, live well, 520 hrs $8200 JA C K S O N
male cat, off Hwy 73 2000+per week. down, financing 334-798-0010 520 hrs, $8200 OBO.
S. 850-272-0435 Paid Training. 2 & 3 BR MH C'dale. avail. 850-526-5170 33 424 CT CN T
Pick-up truck $500 & up H20/ -BassTracker 01' Pro- C U
merchandise required. Travel sewer/garb., incl. *Jackson County, FL* 175 40 hp. mercury, Wellcraft 88' 23 ft.
Required. Start. http://www. 70 acres @$1600/ac tilt & trim, trolling Center counsel, 225 D
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d Mr. Robinson' 877- com. 850-258- Lg Timber w/Creek very clean, $5500. $4500. in electronics. LA N
543-2481 4868/209-8847 County Rd. Frontage OBO 229-758-3146 Sale $8,500. 334-235-
2BR/IBA in Alford, Call owner Caravelle- '07 21'5" 295
realStae $350 + dep 850- 579 850-509-8817 Bowrider. 45 hours. LOOKING FOR MATURE,
reolel Oflriet 4622/209-1664/573. Mercruiser 350 MPI Campers/Travel LOOKING FOR MATURE,DEPENDABLE NEWSPAPER
r e51_ _@ 260 hp. Bimini top.DEPENDABLE NEWSPAPER
851 recreation Snap in carpet and Trailers DEPENDABLE NEWSPAPER
3/1 in Grand Ridge covers. A toi of ac- CARRIERS
Furniture $425/mo +$425 dep cescories included. 14' New Enclosed CARRIERS
850-592-5571 Call for all of the ex Cargo Trailer will sell
Sectional: Tan suede, 3/2 in C'dale, no pets, tion. $271.0.0 DOO, for an RV/Travel
queen sleeper, dual CH/A $425 850-258- 14)00-,026. TrailR/STravel
recliner.$700850- Apartments- 1594/638-1171 Iv .334)3001122. Trailer/5thwheel/ GREE
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482-4577JUnfurnished message COBRA 14' boat. 45 '99-'04 with slide and
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Marine trolling mgea 482-5631/557-7332 Earn up to Earn up to
1/1 private, walking of 2, no smokers, noATVs M KEYWEST 17' 6" like Manfacu
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FOR SALE, $325/ mo, $250 de- ep 850-718-8158 2007 Yamaha Rhino new, suzuki mtr 115 Homes for Sale
Used Kohler and posit. 1st & last. 850- Utility Vehicle 660, hp 4 stroke, gps trol-
Campbell Piano. 557-0893/526-1120 Rent to Own: 2 & 3BR camo, 110 hours, ling mtr, cd/fm/am.$
Price negotiablel MH's. Lot rent incl. $7400. 229-254-0072 $16,000. 334-347-1887 Timberline
Call:334-618-4290. IBR/1BA, apt., in For details 850-557- or334-449-012 erlineper month after gas per month after gas
town, $450. mo. 850- 3432/850-814-6515 h Homes
Yard &Estate Sales b573-0598 for more in- 4 Wheeler 06 Yamaha544. Mon.mry H
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M ing Sale rianna & Sneads 4x4 Polaris Mossy Sailboat 76-Catalina NEW
TMhurs, Fri & Sat. 8-2 FREE % month rent (850)209-8595. Oak camo edition. 30', 2 cyl. Yarmar die- 5 Bedroom, 3 Bath
2420 Franklin Loop, on 2BR IYlBA in town Very powerful ATV. sel eng, Very low hrs
$575 +_ Only Must have dependable Must have dependable
r d $575 + dep t Townhomes -Automatic. w thumb less than 250. Roller Only $66,900t have dependable Must have dependable
tools, gardening850-482-5134 sco d. .00 biin, ZONE2 transportation, minimum liability transportation, minimum liability
s, d Great cond.$2900.00 micro, fridge. Good
retrieve coetors TO SES Duplex/Triplex 2BR.2BA Harbor 7sp B-6. 34- O $4,900 insurance & valid driver's license, insurance & valid driver's license.
plates, beanie be- TOWNHOUSES
ies, dolls, furn, LG 2/1 in Marianna, 1st MONTH FREE Dirt bike Kawasaki 673-0330. $15,000. 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath
misc, & much more nice kitchen, oen call8- 850-209- KX80, tuned, really e om
Sfloor plan, /dhk 8532861/482-1050 t6$1300.334-389- 16nDel. & ,0Se Up Come by and fill out an Come by and fill out an
pets &animalS yard/porch, pvt/sae -fs$1 3034-8- onI $1900 b otb
$600/mo850-352-2103 Honda '07 CRF80 1 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath application at the application at the
S a Dirtbike, 100 hrs, DOUBLE WIDE Jackson County Floridan, Jackson County Floridan,
Houses Unfurnished relestate $1000 6X12 enclosed Dd. & St Up $25,900
Sr sidenlfosale trar $50new Seacraft, '89 20ft Bedroo.,2 Bath 4403 Constitution Lane, 4403 Constitution Lane,
1149 Gus Love Rd condo. 8504472859 Center Console, boat,
Fre ets PoAshford Emotor & trailer, 95 DOUBLE WIDE Marianna, FL or Marianna, FL or
Your pet deserves a ovy- $1250 mo/$1250 dep Bike incomplete cus- Dual Axle Tr. Del. w/ $2,900 call (850) 526-3614 call (850) 526-3614
ing, caring hornn An ad 334-797-1517 tom with tons of ac- brakes,wh., runs
ray 3cessories incl. Red well, very clean,
ner a free pet y draw LE.D.'s $2000. .B.O. Great cond. $6,850.
response from idIviduals Austin Tyler & Assoc 334-805-0816. 334-696-5505.
whowillsellyouraiimalfor Quality homes for 334-805-0816. 334-696-5505.. "
research r breeding pur- rent 850- 526-3355Properties The New Maanna Gardens Apartments
poses. Please screen re- "Property Mgmt is Immediate occupancy on 3 BR
spon.denfts.ar when our ONLY Business" apartments with subsidy available.
giinganaimalaway. FSBO: Mexico Bch 3070 Carters Mill Road
SNearly New 2 BR 3/2 MH 3 blks from Marianna, FL32446
Home- Hwy 90 E beach, CH/A, W/D, 850-482-5358, TDD/TTY 711
Birds, Bees & Fish $600/mo, $250 dep screen porch, fenced Equal Housing Opportunity
850-526-8367 backyard w/deck,
new appl. $125K firm.
Re gh Sat cditin Nice3/1 CH/A, hard 850-569-2828 Systems andS iEE sin 1inii r' 1.1 rnI site..ordtail
850-326-30 16 kit./bath $650/mo + 21 speed Roadmaster Audiovox Cruise Exide premium car Lighted Curio Cabi- **Refrigerator**-
Sdep. No pets. 850- Design Editor mens bike, $100 850- Control- still in box, battery (top post), net $65 850-592-3261 Maytag white side by
718-1165 Estates 408-1183 fits most cars $75 like new $40 850-569- side, ice and water in
Cat 850-569-2194 2194 MACHINIST TOOLS- the door. $245n
s Several units avaI 4 The Arm lier is urrnt 2 Brown book- 5 -5-24---4and BOXES $20 & UP (850)209-76794
A Several units avail.4 The Army Fier is currently shelves, 70" w/5 Bassanette, Fisher Fireplace in- (850)592-2507 (850)209-7679
Free to loving home: hent MHApts & new ESTATE SALE looking for a full time shelves $25/ea 850- Blue/White $40 850- sert $350 850-209- coffee ta SHEARLINGJACKET-
Sweet neutered male t805-28A sar 592-3261 573-1048 0522 Mahogany coffee t&- SHEARLING JACKET-
Seteurdml ncl.8505730625 Saturday 592-3tble & end tables Womens LARGE NICE
S cincl.850-573-0625 338 m Dr. Systems and DesignEditor. ter ndy Flute GARDENING BOOKS- w/marbletops $25 (850)592-2507
SMariana Responsibilities include panation, clocks $30/ea. 850- w/Case $40 WATER & PLANT $100/ea 850-592-3261 Solid Oak Entertain-
{ .) Dogs ,a H uL3850-526-3426 MANY $10 & UP
anHssLtofinues mlayout/design and editing otthe Army 3523329(850)592-2507 M&M collectables $2 ment Center $500
furniture, lots of c Flier. This person will serve as the 42" black steel Gild- CHARLIE BROWN HP Photosmart Print- 850-352-3329 OBO 850-482-7537
2/2BOSTON TERRIER hoe for rent, collectables, & automation systems imanae layout er $40 3050 Noland Collectibles/Books, er 8200 Like new Nice Wicker 2 tables Step 2- Kangaroo
BOSTON TERRIER avail. 3/1/10 in much more. and design specialist andeditor. St. No phone calls $10& UP
PUPPYFemale 7 wks, Bascom, For ifo call muc more do St. No phone calls 5 0 w/Cartridges $50. 3 chairs 1 loveseat Climber ex cond kept
black & white, full 850-272-3210 850-557-7350 Previous newspaper experience please (850)592-2507w(850)592-2507 $30ea 850-526-3426 inside $60
blooded $250 and college degree preferred. 42" round black steel COCKATIEL CAGE Ivory /Pastel Rose Ornate antique (850)482-5434
334-984-0122 Chipola Nursing Pavilion and Great benefit package. tbl w/4 chairs $100 W/- Accessories $40 tapestry sofa teacups & saucers, STEPHEN KING
FOUND: Jack Russell Retirement Center, Marianna, FL 3050 Noland St. No (850)592-2507 w/mahogany trim $4/ea 850-592-3261 BOOKS- 1ST Editions
mal dog Greenwoo eek qualedindividualstooinour Applyatwww.mediageneral.com phone calls please Corner cabinet w/3 375 850-592-3261 Patio Set- table & 4 Many to choose from
7468 compassionate and caring team. We have Or mail your resume to: 52" floor model flat 358504825215 "Fy ne chairs white metal no
openings in the following positions: screen tv, good cond. s 850-482-5215 Trail" family fitness $60 (850)482-5434 Upright Piano, cabin
LOuise Thomas, $350 OBO 305-467- Dressers-Two (2) $50 850-272-8967 Playstation 2 w/4 net good cond. $400
RN/LPN (PRN all shifts), C.NA. (11-7) .... ,.. 7679 --wooden dressers. 0. .. 89 games & 2 control- 850-482-1161


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Hamilton collection Electric hospital bed $150 850-272-4074 Pocket 22 revolver rack, $30 obo.
227 North Oates Street, $5/ea 850-592-3261 w/mattress, like new Ladies Golf$140 850-569-2194 850-482-2343
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brand new, $75 850- Electric typewriter, la, the works $95 200 pcs. $1 ea. works like new, $150
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ing table w/4 chairs, KIA '03 RIO, Blue 57K Fair Cond. Needs asking $9,500. 334- 4000mles year i 797w-0768 Keystone 5th wheea
queen bed, slides, Miles, w/warran Trans. work with 693-5454 $17,warrent000.334-618-44 30 I w/ 2 slides. narp.
no smoking or pets, new tires, LOADEDj DVD Ster. syst. $850 '69 Chevelle Malibu Call or ea.
Like new! only $28K $4,800OBO229-334- OBO 334-475-6267 or Convertible SBC, au- Harley Davidson 08 .--, kid $30.000. Offers! Ford '06dF350,Diesel,
334-791-4192 8520, 33355-1202 334-475-0084 to PB PS Red/Black Low Rider, less th.n L Snof Line 3348054906. 4WD, clea50k m,
Sabre by Palamino Mitsubishi '06 Raider Runs & Drives Great 3K mi. black, warran- Bose Stereo For 95'Windstar Chevy 04'. .eraclo e, 5
'08, 28 ft 5th wheel Duro Cross, Crew $14 9 8-0585 many rboas. $13,500 Yamaha '05 Vmax 4 New BFG Tires, Van selling for parts white 4-dr. loade-
camper, 3 slides, Cab, V8, Loaded, 32K 850-26.2790 anniv. edition in Brakes, Rear only $500. 334-691- 87K mi. Exc. cond. Ford '07 F150 XLT
many extras, clean, $14,500. 334-791-0646 flame red, excel. Heat/Air, All Mainte- 2987 334-701-5516 BOSE radio system supercrew, 4X4 5.4L,
sacrifice @ $29k 850- Harley Davidson '96 cond., 6K mi., 1198 cc nance Kept $11,600 $16,500. 334-618-0017. flexfuel, dark blue
593-5675 Automobiles Fatboy. red & white, & inc. sissy bar, 080 334-797-2459 Ford '98 Windstar, w/ bed cover, 144K
Au t forsale J (? -- 13K miles. great guard. cover & trickle $475 down, 0% Inter- CHEVY '66, custom mprcc, $14500
MotorHomes/RVs forSale JAGUAR $12 95 REAT 9 shape.$8500. chger, $6,200.334- t Station Wagons g 1 ht0toFl- V8, ps/pb, swb, auto, 334-714-6999 ,500
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BMW'04 3301, black CLA$SiS. WEST MAIN 10650 9am/9pm Needs some work.
5th Wheel '06 RV w/tan leather, auto- CAR SALES LLC Beautiful project or HD'97, Fatboy, Pew- rjkess@comcast.net 30650 9am/9pmv a n e s some 04 FORD '77, Fe100,350,
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slde, extras, er 4 door, black, Must see. $11k OBO miles. Like new! Ask- power Q-bed, 2 TV's 350 Engine, $7500 looks good.2,500.
$15,000. 334-347-7976 13,900 334-685-6233 soft top 49K miles, 2 Power back. C'dale 850-352-4342 iveycean, ballgame 850- 594-3282 334-735-5404
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BMW '95 5301, fully door, auto, 4 wheel windshield.Gigantic 454 ready $4,395. 334-
Concord Coachman loaded, 96K miles drive. $13,500,. 334- 430cid engine, Push 793-3494 / 333-1291 CHEVY '87 delux 10 FORD '77 F100
05 Motor Home. 23 white, excellent c 6850846 button transWillRed w/blkstripes. 6y. short wheel
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over payments.850- 334-703-3784 $o000Bcash or need a s. 0 wagon V6 loaded EXL87k mi. Silver Chevy 91' 1500 Short good.$2,500.00.
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Fleetwd. Bdr Buick '05 Lacrosse for a good work 49cc Heavy Duty, 3225 334-790-7959 1.owner, non-smoker paint good cond. .T
S073- CXL, 1 owner, clean truck.Call/text 796- Like new, miles pwr slide doors, AC 00. OBO 334-796- .
sId, loaded CH/A car, 6 cyl, leather 0755- Nights and Honda 01' Reflex Must see, $1200 OBO Trailers-Tractors moon roof, rear A/C 1768
fbp, wk. hose, 8.1 dual climate control weekends only pls. Scooter raron, 850-482-7739 2nd row capt. chairs
gas, 5,900 mi. $100k $9300.334-699-1925 Optima LX, 4-stroke, 249cc, 70 42 HP Case Good cond. $13,000 Chevy 97 K- 1500
OBO 334-8981201 Motorcycles mpg/ $210portUtilityVehicles internationall Trac- 334-393-8824ierado Loaded Z-
Exc. cond., leather 4o,4lie' s, 205-310-5662 tor w/ 8 implements 7L 44 Mint Cond. Io,
a seats. 4dr. beige int. excellent. $5995. X -- Chevy 02Tahoe $8,500.850-263-7406 850209 549E6 Ford 83F100. NEW
fully loaded. $12.900. 334.790-7959 While with leather Bushhog 9044. field AC, P.S., paint.L
lr_334-701-1836 ;nt. $7,000 790-2508 ready, shelter kept. -- bedlr er & carb. 94
C ii .- $10.500 OBO. 334- PLYMOUTH '96 Grand E4.000. 0o980 3
Fleetwoodillc'9 ou g- Chevy '04 Tahoe, 347-4283 or 334-447- Voyager. 4 new tires.$3.4941
ham. Top cond.. fully LS, Beige, 83000 2572
Four Winds'99 ham. Top cond. ully mles.PW, P. PL2572 towing package. new Ford '90 F50 Truck,
Motor- home. 34ft. restored $5.200. OBO "RadioCD. tinted FORD TW 15 Trdclor power steer 5.0 motor, rebul.Is.
0Kln tieD C OLBaGIde-F8DWG Bla ick wclws running bds. w/cab, 140hp. e c. pump. svery clean. runs great. 5speecl
LE20K, New tires, DVD CHEVROLET '08 US02 R 3002K e new ms $4,000.850-718- cond.$12.100.od lo w mileage. 3.250 Dode 0 Dako SLT rans sb,toolbox,
Player-Ref-/Frez Corvette convertible. 12.900 LIKE NEW. 6600 m $14.750. 404 Honda 05 7040. 569-5774. 2 cultivator sold sep. OBO 334-687-9845 or Quad-cab V-84.7cu. tinted windows,
Player-Ref-/Fre Black. loaded.e. WEST MAN CAR 78182 VTXI300R, S Beaut,- GREAT CONDITION 334-701-1836 334-355-1118 auto, all power new $2100 OBO 850-482-
w/ce maker, Water cond., garage kept SALES LLC truthinsong.com ful Candy Black Cher- G andy 4 ro insect~ Wanted 50. 794-3944
heater, hydraulic $55,000. 334-692-5624 1919AWES T AI S 2 03 b ug t ry over $2000 in c- cide applic ntWor Wa t$, 250 .erd599'Ranger6
jacks, convection- 334-699-5880 2003 Z125, bought cessories. 8k miles, w/double boxes, for Automobiles Dodge '072500 SLT auto/overdrive low
/microwave oven Lexus '08 RX-30 2007.YZF250, great C aua cam, 6.7 liter miles, exc. cond.
slide out.$25,00 white w/a leather, shape and weremain- Honda Rebel Solid mounted on tool bar. Coar for parts diesel, 6 spd auto, 334-894-2134
334-718-0460,718- sunroof, dual power talked. $4000. Buy white windshield & Good onton22. $400 1965 69 will haul off. run boards, pwr
0793 seats 45,600 mi, both for $5000. sadie bags 2600 mi. 22-758-346 or 229 334-678,6990 seats, adpedals
MonocoKnight '06,$26,900 334-685-6233 334-726-3842 $3000. OBO 334-886- Chevy '05 Tahoe. 400-5184 35K m$29,0033
Monoco Knight 'Ok, 3326 334-714-1110. 49,100 mi, leather, Trucks-Heavy Duty 791-4192
Save $25K or more. incoln 01' Excutive '92 Goldwing, 60k new tires, power,TukH
Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 L rincolns 103'i m miles, red, exc. paint HONDA '06 Shadow, very nice. $18,995 INCOME 9 1 s
Dmie, many upgrades 4LSeries 103K ml & running cond. Candy Apple Red, 2.8 White 850-579-4694 OPPORTUNITY
$159,700.850-866- CHEVROLET '09 w/reg. ser., power $7000850-445-2915 miles, LIKE NEW,STAINLESS
2774 Malibu LT, remote wi uows & seats leave message $5,300 229-334-8520, Chevy TahoeSTEAL, DINER GMC '811500 C.
start, 9,200 miles, W. lumar leader 334-355-1202 58K, white, tan interi- ExcellD50Cent running .
Phaeton, 07' 40ft.4 4 door, automatic int. new t t FZ Suzuki 5079' col- 334-355-1202 or. arlin clean CES Er ed,
slide-outs, 15K mi. transmission, Like driven exc. cond. lectors item, 1 cyl, 2 Honda '07 Shadow $16,900. 334-791-2812 TRAILER condition. RestoredBO.
l350 CAT diesel, N5 trniion, Lie $6,900. cash firm stroke scooter, or- red/blk flames $4000.. Chevy Trailblazer 08' INCLUDES 334-677-6715
ConAT 6 7.5diesel ewteion, sivrc 334-790-4892 ange, exc cond, 726-1434/677-5489
A l s n .64p r7.5 ri e se l e x te rio r, c h a rc o a l in -_stre e t le g a l. $ 1 2 9 5 b la c k LS 3 1 K m i. A / C G R ID D L E H O T & 0 8 D d e 0
gen. 4 dr. rig w/n terior, 2WD, ABS, AC, Lincoln Town Car '91 334-774-2521334-774- HONDA '98 Valkyrie & Rear air Exc. Cond. COLD TRAYS,
icemakW/D ses Licoln Town CarA 91 334 seat $1S,000l 33-71-S1 BOILING T Y,
motion satellite dish, CD, crse, drseats V8 motor, mint cond., 2773 after 5 P.M: Tourer all original, $15,000.334-791-9115 BOILING TRAYS, 08 Dodge Ram50 I
rear & side cameras, cruse r burgundy, 39,390. ARLEY Davidson1low miles, runs great Ford98 Explorer, TRIPLE SINK Big Horn Edition Navistar'98 Eagle,
Home theater ss. rbag P New tires, nice int., HARLEY Davidson '01 asking $6,500 OBO $575 down, 0% Inter- $9,00 Black,2WD,5.Hemi, with 525E Cummings .
Leather euro recliner, ,. (903467 needs back shocks. Road Ki Poitce, 334-693-5454 est. Daylight Auto FI- 334-389-2816 Auto, Only 8xxx Miles engine, new tires, all
desk, King bed, 8418 clean & shop kept. Kawasakd 08 Vulcn dancing. 1-800-470- 23,500.0 equipment included,
Brake-Buddy for tow 418Mazda 03' Protege 5 $l,000 334-774-3663900 custom,24 0650 9am/9pm LHliston 6000,field (334) 379-8733 excellent running
car. Garage stored. Chevrolet'93Cap- eed 78l, 334774366 900custom2400 ready, shelter kept. 33457-0755. condition. $10,500.
Many other options rice, white, 70K 5 speeGood 78mi. HARLEY DAVIDSON miles, windshield, GMC '00 Jimmy, $1000. 334-347-4283 2008 F-250 Ford 334-803-5072 or 334-
$160,000. miles, extra clean, 701343 02 Fatboy with lots saddlebags, redRe- great cond., $4200 or 334-447-2572 Lariat Excond. Dodge '98 Ram 1500 899-6594
334-797-3617. new tires, $4300. 3-701-3453of Chrome Black duced to $5700. 334- OBO 850-526-2491 13,176 Mi. $36,000 Xcab. $575 down, 0% -
34 REDUCED 334-792-8018 Mazda'06 RX8 $10250 352-303-2713 692-3337 or 796-5421 askfor Tom Truck is fully loaded Interest Daylight Au- NISSAN '99 Frontier
Silver, exc. condo, Hummer '06 H-3; 41850-569-2840 to Financing, 1-800- 4 cy, ac, at. extended
'03 Class A Monoco Chevrolet '94 30,216 miles, $16500 Harley Davidson '02 Hmmer '06 Hdddtalexom 470-06509am9p cab, bed liner, new
La Palma. 2 slides. Beretta, $1200, 334-308-139 Heritage Classic, lots miles, moon roof, tires09m ab-bd inrne
1 bath. Loaded! 334596-049-195 of chrome, 16K miles, leather seats satilite CHEV '96 Silverado DODGE RAM '04, 1500 tires. 136Kexc. cond
Incl. car dolley & all L $13.000080. 334. radio, blue exterior. good cond. many ex- 57 Hemi, silver,2wd, $3995 3346912987
furnishings d she's. i 588.240,798-9478 $22,495 0B.798-9695 tras $3,000.899-3703 76K mi., many xtras Sonoma '03 GMC
towels,/ AvEtc.) on365K.rd i-1, TrailerL20" chr. wh., $13K Extended Cab 4.3V6S
3t 3 0e-s, 468482006 E0p6rts ack Harley Davidson 02' Isuzu '01 Troo rChevy Step Van. Chevrolet '06 150l 0 c 3 Ka.V
334-790-3480. Heritage oa, Kawasaki 09' 4 NewTires&Scks used once 7000 obo.,4-435-6320 Engine Aut
$11,00000 334p8$17000334-80671 ritagedgre a d ikaw asaek energy 250 R Good Mdopa m GVWR, 2 axels n pd S 7lverado WT, ex-
Motorhome '86. white w/tan leather 9898 on. pipes, pow334692er $3950 334805-0310 $1935 asking $1600 cond.. 9.500. miles, manual, new windows. Clean
hiteAuto.8l ?,-' Spr 5,i 07"- Gr a nyerx.0 r e,, to. Monstp cm e per e gy 850-569-2262 p ndd b. OO Fi s mang, n ow
i g5 6 2334.798-3352 tires. $4400 080. $7,800. Call 792-0603.
Pow.brakes & steer- vy '02 Camaro sI tourn, exccord re -. 32995 flow air filter, low Tractor 194 90 FORD 9334-693-0685
runs well, low edition, adult lady mi. black $13,000. RoadKing 95" stage 334-790-1852. $80 OBO. 726-1434 2500Lo DuraaX LTZ








f NICE CAR. LOW $17.900 334-685-6233 334 -UZUKI C50. very 334-803-6882LChrysler o95 Voyager, SIseats, power367.3 Kall *
miles,Faircond.Has owner/oper flawless 334-445-3652 or 256- 2, security, gps, oil IImiles. 4 doo







leakPAYMENTS! $300 .Mercedes98'SLK230, cl"an w'extras. JEEP 1987 Wrangler V6, auto, seats 8, 010Diesilnewtires, OC1 11
Conquest 05 29damage down $199 per mo. leather, Hd.new tires,top 452-8026 cooler, many extra's. Mo Motor Scooter sac at power, am/fmcass. o rs-te








tras5 2K2mi.take for Steve Hatcher cyl. Cda 89K mi. Harley port tr06- Yamaha-0 Road~tar .d8 0l5 OO 8 5 9 MUSTSELLDUETO FORD *07 F250 Super i n s
ts 4 Chevyprist05 Mone ar- $10500. en334-898- $10,500. 334-803-5008 '05, 200mi Blue, mission. Like New
tl[ RVs/Campers $7,650., 334-684-2006 E320, sports pack- Harley Davidson 07' $1650 850-.258-1638 Jep04'Wrangler.6cylSspd4WD 1978 Chevy Step Van. cn, diton.lackiexte-ro Ford 01Ranger Ed L-veseats
798-4462 Warranty Cust. pahoe age, charcoa/black 2.5 & Hines Sholtra Classic 12000 Khkir. S09 RogueTp, AC DODNEG. 334-347-0619 4WD91 Caravan gre, $37,00018K mi. black, 2WD, 18K miles, oa
r eWanteday g od Cs, T interior. 59K miles. Pearl white, load- Red Kawasaki 09' am/fm/cd/miles, loaded, white. $850 OBO Good Con- MSTA $3,300 obo. Tan, $32,000 miles334-688- cy
$11,000.tran ri334s685 $17000. 334-806-7190 ed, great price Nina Like New 25R whs, opar mpr& Chevy 03'Astro vn 334-671-772.5 speed new334695068res
3921 or 334-79500 8411 Merdes '06 R-35 $15,000. frm 612-396- jacket 3,500. m gril grd. Ex. Cond.. Lt pack. 61K actual- Excellent $5895.
white w/tan 'eat heR 9898 or 334-673-3837 $3,995. 334-692-3211 1 owner -3 rd car. mi. rear air, very nice 334-790-7959 DinetteSets
RChevy '04 Cavalier e s, sunroof, 3rd row9 m Leave Mess LOW MILES 37,300 cond. $7,800. OBO mFORD '02 F-250, quadt
4DRl ACdLowemilesuseat, 99,300 mi. s17.999. 00 347-560 after 6pm cab, Lariat, leather
NICE CAR, LO. a $17,900334-685-6233 SUZUKI '0 C50. very 334-803-6882L Chrysler '95 Voyager, seats, power, 7.3"
PAYMENTS $300 Mercedes 98'LK230 r can. w 'extras. JEEP 1987 Wrangler V6, auto, seats 8, Diesil, new tires, t
sleeps 8, lots of ex all 334-791-8243 Ask vert. Supercharged, v4 C ene engne/trans/ new tires, NOW F100 step 334-899'0099
tras.--- 1e cy.d,9Gl tires, hard top. 792- $1975 OBO 850-592- side, SACERFICE in he
trash, 11K mi. take or Steve Hatcher cyl.Cd,9K Harley porter 06' Yamaha- RoadStar 8018/792-8827. $6500. 2832 MUST SELL DUE TO FORD 07 F250 Super
over payments 334- Chlevy '05 Monte Car- $10,500. 33 -898-1201 Orange 1200R, Vance Midnight Ed 1600, HEALTH PROB., runs Duty V-8 Crew Cab
798-4462 Warranty lo Custpaint Char. Nissan '05Atima, 2.5 & Hines Short Shots, cover,3000+ miles. Nissan '09 Rogue, 20k DODGE '91 Caravan great 18K mi. black, XLT, 2WD, 18K miles, Cla i
Gray Many Cust. opt. S, 5 speed, 32k mi. braided lines, 8,900 Black 5900.00, OBO miles, loaded, white. $850 OBO Good Con- MSTA $3,300 obo. Tan, $32,0006334-688- assifieds!
o n Fr End Damage $4800 like new.REDUCED m$7,995.794-8037 (334)655-9111 $17,000 334-790-6700 ition 229-334-0154 334-671-772. 8606, 334-695-0688
2OBO 334 475-6267 11,900 850-482-2994
or 475a0084 Nissan 07 Altima '.
Chevy 969 Camaro 2.SSL ack. 34.200 -
ext. black int. manual moon roof. spoiler.
speed $9000. leatherit. ver m y
256-278-4276 clean. Like new



ale-e W E edyx3@aorl5com1 $13 000. E n .
SChrystler 300'66 334-372- 0702 or -
Drive Convertible, Red, 334-432-0302
Runs good,$10k 850- Nissan '08 Altima
526-4126 UNDER WARRANTY.
$269 per mi. Call Ron
Pontiac '08 G6 GT"
MUST SELL! $200B0 .-'lo
down $249 per rronthAMN,
Corvette '81 Call Ron Ellis
Automatic350 334-714-0028
(Silver) sell as is Pontiac '98 Grand Am

all electric, in Great Datsun '78 280Z 2+2, 0650 9am/9pm *r n n aa"
Condition. Finished in original owner, Subaru Forester 03' IM uiemad Self Storage
racks, winch, front rust, runs but needs A rfW $5,500. I will sit with Owned & rated By:
and battery charger. 579- 2136 Iv ms80 334-671-5723 Grader Pan elderly. CNA 20 r l irner RELIABLE etOr.viit. '2-. Hr .cce',, ..
(334)585-9488 F TOYOTA '04 PRIUS Excavator Certifled. Will do 0isnibh Pricese PROFESSIONAL I record & mrl *Ker Pad En'r.
Mercury 4 str, fully p nd, e Pet Dump Truck light housekeeping wii;ln: Haomen fr Y e *Pa I Ge

Less than 5hrs. Warr. 334-899-4545 Bulldozer & cooking. M iReferences I M onn 2d month FREE 0 se
FULLY LOADED, LOW Debris Removal (ASHELBY contt Infc. ..
Frd 40 L n5 l de o- PAYMENT! $500 Retention Ponds (800) 893-81617 850-299-6838 Jamesmcgraln2@ I ,ll
dream 8. 700 21- for Steve Hatcher SitePrep Buldozing Flooring Sales& &HoomelmprovementJ H eMaid/Housekeeping
Ford 08'Focus SE Red ,Leveli* InstaDloLE Bor General

OFF ROAD PACKAGE, Lan Clring GIFT CERTIFICATES House
BEEN OFF ROAD OR oclyO edME AL l Vep a Bl E ordltlons
SEEN MUD. SUPER Since 1960 Grader* Locally Owned E E Repairs & Additionse
CLEAN TRUCK. Toyota 07' Camry Excavator Always A Sale... Ma nnM ROOFIN IN. Remodeling
STEREO,REAR LOCK- dl, tilt, cruise. exc. 'Dump Truck le* Energy Efflclen Call Debra
PACKAGE. ALSOON Ford '65 T-Bird, auto, just serviced, Bul r Adhesives us Metal Roofing M/C.Vlsa, DIscoverAcepted 526-2336
FOR MORE PICTURES ing, 69K miles, $8,995 be seen at the Lem -a Sales &GInstalation Local/ a Free
miles, WHITE exteri- 334-797-5051 $13,900. OBO Retention Ponds Put over 30 yrs. 693-0566 Estimates
or, GREY interior Ford '97 Mustang Co- 334-355-2400 Experience to
4WD,.$22,985 bra. 4.6L DOCH 5 sod. 334-796-8216 a Grading


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S* Top Soil Fill Dirt Appointments Available
1946 Sport Pilot FORD- Brand New 'Gravel M/CVISA L *O
Ercoupe. Surf: 2010 Mustang GT 2 Land Clearing M/c VISA I(. II o QUALITY SERVICE, R r
http://www.dfn.com dr5d transbk i e Mon-Fri 9-4:30 FREE ESTIMATES SUALITY PRICEI I mp events
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pwood2128h@yahoo. (334)479-8028 rwre r TILE SEING Insured
cor for more Toyota '09 Camry < Software noorng $2.50/SQ FT Painting/Carpenty
IlnfTat ion. T" Com m uter car. Installation 8 yM t$en2U5 / TPain ng/Carp nty
Commutercar.*Installation Ia lrnam Sm Decks/Porches
Flight Club Share '83 21,000 miles. Still u n- :+ Affordable Rates concreD rI lb C iP L1Prch'.0
Cessr,a 1 2& 182 der warranty7$16.900. $ Ia & Home & officee *om aB MatOn 4 1,05.00 RC -A... ...ui
hangard in Mar. ,v:. (877)355,1007 Hmc'uiac HloAi
ond. $200) 850569- Volkswagen '06Bee Auto & Cycle Visits. ~ ~Pcf FREEESpMATS FOR PRDOJFR Call Donnie'
2969 tie, auto, diesel, 42K Services Bulldozing r Walka wowis 850-482-7377
SGM 72 Chevlle miles, 40MPG, load- *TIRy ) 3i856:.573-. ,,18,80 850-209-9395
Automobiles Misc. Super sports front ed. $16,000. 334-897- ELECTRIC BIS. Ai lMaI, la
clip Red, 2-dr. hard 2497 or 334-672-1655 VCla -N01
f995 Buick Lasabre, top Needs work. VW '00 New Beetle- Land Clearing, Inc.
Custom V6, low mile- Great proj car $3,200 Turbo, AT, sun-roof, A DEI. I L
age, 23,560 miles, 334-774-2825. weather, 5 CD/ Cas- TSA, 1111
$7000. 080 Hsette, runs great, ex-. ilf A/C & HmEATo SERUICE 850-762-9402 UE-I
334-347-0619 Honda '03 Accord EX, cellent gas mileage. Cell 850-832.5055
black, leather, sun- $5,500. 334-790-2144 A I
330 cenoof, very nice. WE OFFIR C0MPlI
L O9,K $9500. 334-726-1215 VW '06 Passat, load- 9n 9N o aI dI ML ,
K on Ged, blue/black, GPS, UinP0i TEgC ASOWIF ED
BMW 545i sedan, 4 Honda '06 Civic, Gray sattalite radio, new xC i l wamLI
door, loaded, V8 4dr, a/c, 5sp, power. tires, like new inside 2900 Borden St sE IwIov|
super clean, 50K mi. 69,500 mi., Good gas & out. 119K, moving rn20 'EARSB ESHCE. M
new brakes & tires mileage & condition. overseas $12,000. '850)48Z4559AS4
$21,900. 334-701-5550 $11,500. 334-243-4166 334-347-0414 H





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