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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 7, 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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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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Experimental grove thrives


'OLIVEFACTS
Olive trees typically live
between 500 and 900 years.
Twenty pounds of olives typ-
ically yields a three-quarter liter
Sof olive oil. -
Olives are extremely bitter
on the tree and must be cured
for. consumption. They're first
; cleaned of stems and other
debris, then soaked in lye, then
get a thorough wash in water.
From there, they enfer a brine
solution.. Thel process takes
about 10 days. From there,
those being used to make olive
oil go into a hammer mill where
they're reduced to a paste. They
Sgo through one more process
before entering the press,
where the oil is extracted.
Mueller sells his extra virgin
olive oil and olives on.his Web
site, as well as inviting cus-
tomers on the premises to pick
their own olives from the trees.
For customers who visit, he pro-
vides a sheet of. information. on
curing, if they don't want him to
complete that process. His Web
site is www greengateolive-
grove.com .
Mueller's trees are usually at.
their fhost picturesque in late
April or early May..


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER


Compass Lake in the Hills has something
special in common with Italy, Greece and
Spain.
Green Gate Olive Grove is located in the
* Hills, and most of the parent trees in the 11-
year-old orchard came directly from those
European countries where olives more com-
monly grow.
Green Gate owner Don Mueller started his
orchard in 1999. It was in Italy where he first
fell in love with the fruit and the idea of grow-
ing his own.
Working in Europe for much of his.life, he
and his wife often vacationed in Italy. Their
favorite hotel, a'converted abbey, was sur-
rounded by olive trees. Over the course of
several years, the proprietress educated thr,,m
about the orchard.
After moving to Panama City while retired,
Mueller started looking for an appropriate
place to begin his operation. He found it in
the high, sandy hills at Compass Lake. The
sand drains well, and the land is relatively
high for Florida, so .that the temperatures are
little warmer for the trees.
Mueller started his grove as a hobby.,
He experimented with different varieties
for years,, before settling on his current stock
of missions, ascolana, arbequena, leccino,
frontio, coratina and kalamata olives. The
. missions, from California, are the only
domestic, variety. Some are best eaten as
snacks, others are bound for pressing into
extra virgin olive oil.


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Don Mueller shows how rakes and cloth are used to harvest olives from trees. Mark
Skinner / Floridan
The hobby eventually became a more com- Finding the right varieties meant waiting sev-
plicated business. He opened the grove to the eral years for each experimental tree to bear
public in 2007, and today he not only sells his fruit only to wind up rejecting about a
olives by the jar and on a pick-your-own dozen varieties because they weren't suitable
basis, he also makes gourmet olive 6ils.
Getting to that point took some patience. See GROVE, Page 9A >


Supervisor's office gears


up for busy election year


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
With 2010 elections a few
months away, Jackson County
voters will soon start hearing
from Supervisor. of Elections
Sylvia Stephens.
Tomorrow, she will start mail-
ing out new voter cards to those
whose polling places have
changed, or whose precinct num-
bers have changed.
This year, that mailing is going
to be a big one.
The county recently consoli-
dated a number of precincts.
Instead of 25, there are now 14.
This was done as a money-sav-
ing effort. It cuts down on the
number of poll workers needed,
the costs of making precincts
ADA compliant, and by reducing
the need for equipment purchas-
es.
In a press release concerning
several election issues, Stephens
estimated the cost savings at
$60,000 in equipment, $3,200 in
annual maintenance costs, and at
least $8,800 in poll worker
salaries per election.
This year, there are five races
in play.
County Commission Districts
2 (incumbent Ed Crutchfield) and
4 (incumbent Jeremy Branch) are
on the ballot, along with Jackson


Supervisor of Elections Sylvia Stephens looks at one of the more
than 18,000 letters being mailed out to notify residents who were
affected by changes in polling places. Mark Skinner / Floridan


County School Board districts 1
(incumbent Terry Nichols), 4
(Chris Johnson) and 5 (incum-
bent Charlotte Gardner).
In addition, voters will elect a
U.S. senator, the District 2 U.S.
House member, governor and
lieutenant governor, attorney
general, chief financial officer,
agriculture commissioner,
District 6 Florida senator, and
House members in districts 5 and
7. Voters will also elect judges in


the 14th Judicial Circuit groups
1, 2, 5 and 8, and Soil and Water
Conservation District' groups 2
and 4.
The primary election is Aug.t
24, and the general election is
Nov. 2.
There are also several key
dates ahead of those polling days.
Early voting dates are Aug. 9
to 21 for the primary, and Oct. 18


See BUSY, Page 9A >


Representatives Marti Coley and Brad Drake answer questions
during the First Friday Power Breakfast legislative forum
Friday. Mark Skinner / Floridan


State representatives

address local issues


BY ASHLEY McKEEN '
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The .Jackson County
Chamber of Commerce's First
Friday Breakfast saw a bigger
crowd than usual this month,
with Rep. Marti Coley, R-
Marianna, and Rep. Brad
Drake, R-Eucheeanna, present
and available for questions.
Both legislators gave open-
ing remarks and immediately
turned the floor over to cham-
ber members and other atten-
dees for questions.
Coley and Drake made it
clear (hat hearing from con-


stituents and learning their pri-
orities makes it easier to serve
in the "people's interest." For.
this reason, both officials said
they were devoting the entirety
of their allotted time to ques-
tions.
One of Friday morning's hot
topics was the recent issue fac-
ing Jackson County high
electrical costs.
This issue was addressed
multiple times. One person in
attendance asked if legislators
have the power to '"step on the
necks of Gulf Power and
See ISSUES, Page 9A '


Realtors see more joining the p
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S. ',,"FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER.


Jim Gibbs gives a short speech after accepting the 2009 Realtor of the Year award.
- Mark Skinner / Floridan


The Chipola Area Board of Realtors
held their annual awards dinner Friday
night and invited local realtors and com-
munity leaders, along with their families,
to honor colleagues for last year's industry
achievements.
The event was held at St. Luke's
Episcopal Church in Marianna. Everyone
in attendance stood to recognize Dr. Jim
Gibbs of Prudential Jim Roberts Realty
Inc. as he was awarded the 2009 Realtor of
the Year. Max Wells, the 2008 recipient,
presented the award.
Gibbs has been in real estate since 1998
and has since been honored in every club
,- million dollar gold, platinum and dia-
mond clubs and has been recognized
throughout his career for his accomplish-
ments and advances in the industry. Gibbs
was also recognized for his good character
and outstanding citizenship towards the
community.
"This has been a great year," Gibbs said.


)rofession
"We have had 95 realtors sign up for the
new year, and there are so many of us that
have faith in the real estate business."
The 2009 Citizen Award, presented by
the- 2008 recipient, Kathy Milton, was
awarded to Edwina Cloud of ERA Chipola
Realty.
"Good realtors. are always good citi-
zens," Milton said. "This person' has a
great sense of humor and she constantly is
encouraging us all to get in involved and
participate in community events."
The 2009 Affiliate of the Year was also
recognized, by 2010 Chipola Board
President Quida Morris. It was given to
Martha Eskuchen.
Eskuchen is an attorney with Oceanside'
Title Inc. and was honored for her cooper-
ation with the board of realtors.
"Martha and I have formed a great rela-
tionship over the years and she has always
sent me in the right direction," Morris said.
Among others recognized Friday were
all the members of the 2009 honor society,,
See REALTORS, Page 9A >


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T d Partly cloudy, chilly and
To ay breezy. Jerry Tabatt /
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High 530
Low 330


High 600
Low 44'


Tomorrow
Partly cloudy with.a little
warmer temperatures.


High 54
Low 300


Wednesday
Partly cloudy1 and colder.


High 620
Low 380

Tuesday
Mostly cloudy with
showers.


High 580
Low 350


Thursday
Partly cloudy with a few
showers.


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FLORIDAN
Publisher Valeria Roberts
vroberts@jcfloridan.com
Managing Editor Michael Becker
mbecker@jcfloridan.com
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski
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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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publisher shall not be liable for
damages arising out of errors and
advertisements beyond the amount
paid for the space actually occupied
by that portion of the advertise-
ments in which the error occurred,
whether such error is due to the
negligence of the publisher's
employees or otherwise, and there
shall be not liability for non-inser-
tion of any advertisement beyond
the amount paid for such advertise-
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knowingly accept or publish illegal
material of any kind. Advertising
which expresses preference based
on legally protected personal char-
acteristics is not acceptable.
How to get your
news published
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publish news of general interest free
of charge. Submit your news or
Community Calendar events via e-
mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery.
Fees may apply for wedding,
engagement, anniversary and birth
announcements. Forms are avail-
able at the Floridan offices.
Photographs must be of good qual-
ity and suitable for print. The
Floridan reserves the right to edit all'
submissions.


Getting it
Right!

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


February 8 Monday
Citizens of the Bascom, Greenwood and
Malone areas are invited to participate in a
public collection of suggestions for the
needs/requirements of the future community
center to be housed in the historic Bascom
school building (under renovation). Event
begins at 9 a.m. at the Bascom school. A pan-
cake breakfast will be served in the current
'town hall at 8 a.m. Call 569-2159 to make
reservations.
The Apalachee Regional Planning Council
announces a public meeting and hearing. The
Jackson County Transportation
Disadvantaged Coordinating Board meets at
10 a.m. at the JTrans Office, 3988 Old
Cottondale Road, Marianna. Agenda: Regular
business, CTC response to evaluation find-
ings, election of officers, review of FTA appli-
cations, grievance procedures and bylaws.
The public will have the opportunity to
address the board. For special meeting
accommodations due to disability/impair-
ment, contact Vanita Anderson at the ARPC,
20776 -Central Ave. East, Suite 1,
Blountstown, at least three working days prior
to the meeting.
MHS Project Graduation 2010 meets at
5:30 p.m. at the Evangel Worship Center,
2645 Pebble Hill Road, Marianna. Parents of
MHS seniors are encouraged to attend and
help plan. Call 482-7507.
Cottondale city officials convene the regu-
lar monthly meeting at 6 p.m. in the commis-
sion room.
The Jackson County. Democratic Party
convenes a public meeting at 6 p.m. in the
Jackson County Board of Commissioners
offices. Call 482-5943 or 482-4220. .
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Mondays, 8-9 p.m. at the Frrst United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

February 9 Tuesday
The William Henry Milton Chapter 1039,
United Daughters of the Confederacy, meets
at Jim's Buffet and 'Grill, A41 a.m. for a Dutch-
treat lunch, followed by ritual and program, "
Sidney Lanier, Soldier, Poet, Musician,
Writer." The history and heritage group wel-
comes female. descendants of Confederate
veterans to meet the second Tuesday of each
month, September-November and January-
May. Call 663-2570 or 482-3477.
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.


- MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the. fol-
lowing incidents for Feb. 4
the latest
available --s ",' -_-
report: One '
suspicious --. ,
suspicious z'--
person, one highway
obstruction, three verbal
disturbances, one prowler,
one alarm robbery, six traf-


fic stops, two larceny com-
plaints, one criminal mis-
chief, one juvenile com-
plaint, one animal com-
plaint, three public service
calls, one threat and one
worthless check.
JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office list of inci-
dents for Feb. 4 were
unavailable as of press time.


Republican candidates for Jackson
County Commission, Jim Cowart and Clint
Pate, will speak at the Republican Club of
West Florida meeting, at noon at Jim's Buffet
& Grill in Marianna. Audience encouraged to
ask questions, give comments/opinions. Call
352-4984.
The Optimist Club of Jackson County
board meets every second Tuesday, at noon
in the First Capital Bank, Marianna.,
Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting, cro-
cheting or knitting classes Tuesdays, 1 p.m.
at Jackson County Senior Citizens, 2931
Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call 482-5028.
The Sneads Town Council meets in regu-
lar session, 6 p.m. in the Sneads Town Hall.
Jackson County Quilters Guild Sit-n-Sew
is every Tuesday evening, 6-8 p.m. in the First
.United Methodist Church Youth Hall, Clinton
Street, behind the Marianna Post Office. Call
272-7068.
AA open meeting Tuesdays, 8-9 p.m. at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.

February 10 Wednesday
AARP Tax-Aide; Marianna, offers free tax.
return preparation and e-filing services for
low- and middle-income persons, with
emphasis on persons over 60, in the confer-
ence roomof 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 available by appointment. For faster
refunds, bring a personal check (with routing
information). Call 718-2368.
Covenant Hospice hosts a new volunteer
workshop, 10 a.m. to noon at the Marianna
branch: 4440 Lafayette St.,. Suite C.
Workshop is free, open to the public. Food,
drinks provided. No special background/expe-
rience required to volunteer. To register, call
482-4820.
Chipola Retirees meet for lunch, 11:30
a.m. at the Gazebo Coffee Shoppe & Deli in
downtown Marianna. All faculty, staff, spous-
es and friends are welcome.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Wednesdays, 12-1 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianha, in the AA room.
The Marianna Middle School Advisory


JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the coun-
ty jail during the latest
reporting periods:
Jessica Barfield, 27,
2141 Sage Brush Ave.,
Grand Ridge, violation of
court order.
Marlos Kirkland, 26,
2809 Lovewood Road,
Cottondale, possession of


Council meets at 3 p.m. in-the Media Center.

, February 11 Thursday
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'
Marianna's Gathering Place Foundation
hosts a charity dance every second Thursday
of the month at Jim's Buffet and Grill. Cost is
$6. Bring a canned or dry good for Chipola
Family Ministries. Call 526-4561.
The Tobacco-Free Partnership of Jackson
County meets at 4 p.m. at Citizen's Lodge.
Everyone is invited. Call 526-2412, ext. 188.
AARP Tax-Aide, Marianna, offers free tax
return preparation and e-filing services for
low- and middle-income persons, with
emphasis on persons over 60, in the confer-
ence 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 Graceville High School Tiger Pride
Band hosts a "Valentine's Day Evening of
'Arts'," at 6 p.m. in the Graceville Civic Center,
featuring a steak dinner, performances from
the GHS Band and local musician Bob Snyder.
Tickets are $20 each; $35 for couples.
Reservations required. Tickets may be pur-
chased prior to Feb 8 by calling 263-5809 or
263-4639. Proceeds benefit spring band trip.
The Town of Grand Ridge convenes its
monthly council meeting, 6 p.m. in Grand
Ridge Town Hall. Call 592-4621.
AA closed discussion Thursdays, 8-9
p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in AA room.
Attendance limited to persons with desire to
stop drinking.

February 12 Friday
Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and teen
meetings to "overcome hurts, habits and
hang-ups in a safe environment" Fridays at
Evqngel Worship Center, 2645 Pebble Hill
Road. Dinner at 6 p.m. (free for first-time
guests); meeting at 7 p.m. Child care avail-
able. Call 209-7856, 573-1131.
The Chipola College Honors Dance is
scheduled is set for 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. in the
Art Center. The Ivey Brothers band will per-
form. Tickets available from honors program
students, or by contacting Bonnie Smith or
Robert Ivey at 526-1761, ext. 3247.
AA open meeting Fridays, 8-9 p.m. at the
First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.


marijuana with intent to
distribute.
Charles Hamilton, 63,
PO Box 432, Greenwood,
felony battery.
Cheryl Moore, 48, 2892
Eva Mae St., Marianna,
D.U.I., possession of
cocaine.
Donald Isler, 41, 3253
Uncle Joe Lane, Alford,
violation of state probation
(grand theft).
Fabion Dixon, 46, 4364


Century Road, Greenwood,
principal to sell a controlled
substance.
Tamar Mowatt-
Burleson, 30, 2319 Ardon
Ave., Orlarido, failure to
appear.
JAIL POPULATION: 184
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000. To report a wildlife
violation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).


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Player,

Hatfield

Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie and
Becky Player of Cypress
would like to announce the
engagement and upcoming
wedding of their daughter,
Codi Nicole Player, to Daryl
Patrick Hatfield of Milton, son
of Kevin Hatfield of Deland
and Michael and Karen Cooke
of Milton.
Paternal grandparents of the
bride are the late Milton and
the. late Gussie Player of
Cypress. Her maternal
grandparents are the late
Ralph and Lillian Handel of
Tallahassee and the late Betty
Handel of Grand Ridge.
Paternal grandparents of the
groom are James and Judith
Hatfield of Deland. His
maternal grandparents are the.
late Wilton and Pauline
Trawick of Milton..
Codi is a 2004 graduate of
Grand Ridge High School arid
2006 graduate of .Chipola
College. She graduated from
the University of West Florida
in 2008 with a B.A. in
psychology. She is currently
attending the University of
West Florida pursuing a
master's "degree in counseling
psychology. She is employed
at Lakeview Center in
Pensacola.
Daryl is a 2002 graduate of
Wakulla High School and a
2009 graduate of Pensacola
Junior College. He is currently
pursuing a B.A. in
interdisciplinary social science-
nature and society at the
University of West Florida. He
is currently employed atf
Blackwater River State Park in
Milton.
The wedding will take place
on March 6, 2010, at the
Providence Baptist Church in
Grand Ridge at 3 p.m. The
reception will follow at W.T.
Neal Civic Center in
Blountstown. Limited local
invitations are being sent. All
friends and family are invited
to attend.


Jordan turns 4

On Saturday, Jan. 23,
2010, Macy Lynn Jordan
celebrated
Iher fourth
birthday with
a princess-
themed party
at her home.
Macy, the
daughter of
Mike and Macy Lynn
Rene Jordan' Jordan
of Bascom,
enjoyed the company of
many family, friends and
day care pals at her party.
The guests were treated to
chili, hot dogs, chips, dip
and a castle birthday cake.
The party ended with a
tiara-shaped pinata hit by
all the guests until it
broke, and revealed lots of
goodies for them to take
home.


Allen and Melanie Chason
of Grand Ridge are pleased to
announce the engagement and
upcoming marriage of their
daughter, Marissa Danielle
Chason, to Dustin Alan
Ballard. He is the son of Tim
and Gina Ballard of Grand
Ridge.
Grandparents of the future
bride are Edna Chason and the.
late Dick Chason of Grand.
Ridge; the late Wayne Martin
df Marianna; and the late Sue
Ann Lanier of Marianna.,-
The prospective groom is
the grandson of .Robert and
Donna Ballard of Grand
Ridge; 'Hilda de Sercey of
Dellwood; and the late,
Kenineth' Burch of Grand
Ridge.
Marissa is a 2007 honor
graduate of Sneads 'High
School and received 'her
Associate of Arts Degree 'in
Elementary Education from
Chipola College in 2008. She
is currently a senior at Chipola
College and will graduate with


JACKSON COUNTY LIFE


Huang is 1

Alexandra
Lynn Huang
celebrated
her first
birthday
Friday, Dec.
18, 2009.
She is the
daughter of Alexandra
Scott and Lynn Huang
Julie Huang
of Safety Harbor.
Grandparents are'Paul
and Tama Huang of
Marianna, and Jerry and
Linda Sullivans of
Cincinnati, Ohio.
Alexandra's favorite toy
is anything she can get her
hands on. Gifts from
mommy and daddy are
building blocks; from
SDegree grandma ahd pappaw are a
ation in pull-along telephone antd
clothes.
5 honor Alexandra enjoys taking
I Ridge plastic cups and bowls out
ied his of the cupboard, unstacking
Degree in clean, folded laundry and
s s throwing it on the floor, and
ing from trying to do whatever her
n 2009. big brother is doing. She is.
played at learning to say! a few
School Chinese words from her
finance Nai-Nai (grandma in
Chinese) and her Yeh-Yeh
ssa will (grandpa).


June 19,
in the
wedding
Sneads
'neads. It
followed
at the
'enter in

ons are
ever, all
the bride
families


Tyus turns 4

A V .,e n
J e n i i ig..s,
Tyus of ,
Grand Ridge [
celebrated his
fourth birth-
day on Dec.
23, 2009. He Aven J.
'is the son of Tyus
Whitney and Tyus
Roy Tyus, and big brother to
Blakely Tyus.
Grandparents are Michael
and Barbara Moneyham, and
Keith and Beth Tyus.
Great-grandparents are
Alene and the late Clyde
Moneyham, and Ida and the
Slate Roy Wagner.
A pirate-themed party was
held Dec. 19, at the Shady
Grove Pentecostal Holiness
Church, with all of Aven's
.family and friends.
The children enjoyed the
day dressing as pirates and
going on a treasure hunt.
Each guest was sent home
with a goldfish and a bag of
candy.


a Bachelor of Science
in Elementary Educ
May of this year.
Dusty is a 200.
graduate of Grand
School. He earn
Bachelor of Science I
B u s i n e
Management/Account
Chipola College ii
Dusty is currently emp
the Jackson County
Board in the
department.
Dusty and Maris
unite in marriage on
2010, at 5 o'clock
afternoon. The
ceremony will be at
Assembly of God in S
will be immediately
by a reception
Blountstown Civic C
Blountstown.
No local invitati
being mailed; howe
friends and family of
and groom and their
are invited to attend.


Partners for Pets

Partners for Pets has
these pets and many
more available for
adoption. If you'd like
to meet the pets for
yourself, the facility is
located at 4011
Maintenance Dr., in
Marianna. The hours
of operation are
Monday through
Friday, 10:00 3:00,
and on Saturday, 10:00 McKenzie is a female ten
1:00. For more infor- week old Cthoula
nation, please call 482- week old Catahoula
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Rowdy is
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JACKSON COUNTY LIFE POLICY
Engagement, wedding and anniversary announcements are published
in the Sunday edition of the Jackson County Floridan. E-mail your photo
and the relevant information to editorial@jcfloridan.com. Submit
announcements at least two weeks before your desired publication date.
Announcements are $.75 per column line. All announcements must be
paid for before they run. Cash, checks or credit cards are accepted in the
office. Credit cards are also accepted by phone or e-mail.
The deadline to proof and pay is noon on the Wednesday prior to publi-
cation date. Announcements will appear once.
Celebrating 50, 65 or more years of marriage? We'll publish it for free.
For other anniversary years, the above rates apply.
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ages, the above rates'apply. Birth announcements are published for free.
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The Planning and Zoning Board of the City of Marianna will conduct a public hearing in
the City Commission Chamber, Marianna- City Hall, 2898- Green Street, Marianna,
Florida, on Monday, February 22, 2010 at 4:00 p.m. or as soon thereafter as the issue
may be heard, to consider transmittal of the draft Evaluation and Appraisal Report on
the City of Marianna Comprehensive Plan to the Florida Department of Community
Affairs.
The purpose of the public hearing is to receive comments and make decisions
regarding the above matter. The Planning and Zoning Board may continue the public
hearings to other dates and times as it deems necessary. Any interested party shall be
advised that the dates, times, and places of any continuation of this or continued
public hearings shall be announced during the hearing, and that no further notices
regarding these matters will be published.
All interested parties are invited to attend the public hearings and comment upon the
draft Evaluation and Appraisal Report or submit their comments in writing to the
Planning and Zoning Board. Further information concerning the draft report can be
obtained from the City Clerk at City Hall, at 2898 Green Street, Marianna, Florida,
32446, or by calling (850) 482-4353, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.,
Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.
Please be advised that if a person decided to appeal any decision made by the
Planning and Zoning Board with respect to any matter considered at this hearing, such
person will need a record of the proceedings, and for this purpose such person may
need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record
includes testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is based. The City of
Marianna does not provide or prepare such record pursuant to F.S. Section 286.0105.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons with disabilities
needing a special accommodation to participate in these proceedings should contact
the City Clerk at 2898 Green Street, Marianna, Florida, 32446, or by calling (850) 482-
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Managing Editor: Michael Becker


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As January'drew to a close, the
Jackson County Commission accepted
a $96,000 grant to beautify the corri-
dor leading into east Marianna from
Interstate 10.
As the county contemplates what to
do with the money, some are advocat-
ing another round of palm trees, to
match those leading in from the west-
ern 1-10 corridor, and from U.S. 90
coming west from the edge of town.
We think planting palm trees in
those all-important gateways was a
mistake, as it creates a somewhat false
impression
We acknowledge that palm trees are
native to Florida and do grow here on
their own. But we must also surely
recognize that it is not a signature
plant that defines the look of Jackson-
County. Palm trees are the signat.ire
of a coastal community. We are riot
that,, and we should not try to pretend
we are.
We should celebrate what makes us
unique, not pretend we are a tropical
paradise. We.live in an inland jewel,
jam-packed with oaks, magnolias,
crepe myrtles and dogwoods the
list goes almost endlessly on. Why not
plant these instead?
One person involved in the decision
to plant palm trees on the other corri-
dors said it was done because palms
were the cheapest plants that could be
bought at the size needed.,
If economics are the primary con-
cern, then think of this.. Take a good
look or even a quick glace at the
palm trees already here. Beautiful in
theory, in reality they almost all look
half-dead. Whether this is because
they are a particular variety or
whether it signals a dying plant, it's
hardly attractive. -
Some commercial establishments
here have planted palm trees in their
parking lots, another argument for
consistency. Given that the trees are
cheap, youcan forgive a private busi-
ness struggling to pay for landscaping
for using them.
But a government which has been
handed nearly $100,000 to make
things look a little better could make
better choices than relying on inex-
pensive palm trees.


CONTACT YOUR


REPRESENTATIVE

Rep. Marti Coley, R-District 7
District office
Building L, Room 108 Chipola College
3094 Indian Circle
Marianna, FL 32446-1701
(850) 718-0047
Rep. Brad Drake, R-District 5
District office
NWFL State-Chautauqua Campus #205
908 U.S. Highway 90 West
DeFuniak Springs, FL 32433-1436
(850) 892-8431

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From left are Charles Land's son-in-law, Stephen Rohr, of Ozark, Ala., with 35
years in the Army and currently serving in the Alabama Army National Guard'
as a chief warrant officer Steve recently served a two-year tour in Iraq; Land;
brother James Land, 14 years in the Florida National Guard as a staff sergeant;
brother-in-law Bill Bauldree, retired Navy senior chief petty officer with 20 years
service; and nephew Ron Baldree, Navy. Contributed photo

Land celebrates 84th birthday


Family members and friends recently
helped -celebrate the 84th birthday Of
Charles Land of Bascom.
Charles was presented an American
flag that was flown over our nation's
Capitol on Dec. 7, 2009, in honor of his


military service in the Navy and the Air
Force.
Taylor Land, 3, and Katie Land, 2,
daughters of Matt and Ceritha Land,
sang "God Bless America" in honor of
the occasion.


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For the week ended Feb. 4, at the Florida
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year ago. According to the Florida Federal-
State Livestock Market News Service, com-
pared to last week, slaughter cows and bulls
were. 1.00 to 3.00 higher; feeder steers and
heifers were unevenly steady to 3.00 higher.
Feeder Steers: Medium and Large Frame
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200-300 lbs. 119.00-165.00
300-400 lbs. 108.00-140.00
400-500 lbs. 94.00-119.00
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300400 lbs. 86.00-109.00
400-500 lbs. 75.00-104.00
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Tyuses welcome a daughter
Blakely Rai Tyus was
born Nov. 20, 2009, at
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Hospital. At birth, she
weighed 8 pounds, 11
ounces and measured 19V2
inches.
Proud parents are Roy
and Whitney Tyus, and
proud big brother is Aven
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Grandparents are
Barbara and' Michael
Moneyham, and Keith and
Beth Tyus. ilakely
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Alene and the late Clyde
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LoCAL


My favorite month to reflect


BY THOMAS VINCENT MURPHY

I am always excited when Black
History Month arrives. It's a great
time for all of us (especially our
young people) to learn, or be remind-
ed of the many contributions made to
our country by African-Americans.
As we learn of the past, we must
not lose focus of the situations in our
current day and time. Maybe it's
because as a black man seriously try-
ing to make a difference in this world,
I feel that each day is historical in its
own way.
Since I don't know what its like to
be a black woman (history has shown
consistent strength within our black
women), or a minority from another
race, I can only speak from a person-
al viewpoint; but I know that black
women, and other minorities face
some of the same challenges that I
and other black males have faced.
We must keep in mind the fact that
we are all a part of what is taking
place in our world at this time. In fact,
each individual, no matter what your
color or nationality, is constantly con-
tributing to his or her family history
while on this earth, whether that con-


tribution is good or
bad.
I have been
blessed to observe
and learn from some
very strong black
men. That's one of
the reasons why I'm
Thomas V. very concerned
Murphy about youth who
have undisciplined,
uncaring, selfish and irresponsible
parents as their role models.
When you are an African American
man or woman, or a minority, the
development of a positive mindset is
an important asset. You can't allow
what others feel or think about you
(no matter what your color) to deter-
mine the level of your success or fail-
ure.
One of the things that has plagued
the African American community as
long as I can remember is the feeling
by some that others automatically
perceive us in a negative light. In
some cases, this can cause low self-
esteem. If, you personally are a
strong, God-fearing, positive individ-
ual with sincere goals in mind, don't
,waste time worrying about what neg-


Malone Middle/High School h(
Second nine- Jones, Kayla Lewis, Gullet, Cody Henson, Lucas
Katherine May, Andre Ranew.
weeks hnnnr irol Rogers, Micah Ruiz-Toro,


Tatum Skipper, Emily


Stepnens..


11th Grade
A Honor Roll Karlee
Floyd, Alex Layton, Cara
McCormic.
A/B Honor Roll Deja
McCollough, Ramona Smith,
Autumn Speigner, Becky
Traylor, Brandon Watford.

12th Grade
A Honor Roll Sheldon
Birge, Jaymison Blount,
Megan Bryan, Joseph Deese,
Randal Elmore, Cody
Ferguson, Alicia Gambill,
Brandon Jackson, Candice
Lipford, Ryan Maloney,
Shandrell Mount, Lawson
Mozely, Vanessa Olds.
A/B Honor Roll Abby
Calloway, Everett Daniels,
Blake Henson, Nichole
Milligan, Robyn Noseworthy,
Jeffrey Peeler, Alexcia Scott,
Lindsay .West, Quinton
Wilson.

First semester
honor rolls

Seventh Grade
A Honor Roll Holt
Floyd
A/B Honor Roll Austin


Seventh Grade
A/B Honor Roll Holt
Floyd.
A/B Honor Roll Austin
Gullet, Cody Henson, Andrea
Herrick, Lucas Ranew.

Eight Grade
A Honor Roll Dustin
Everitt.
A/B Honor Roll Joshua
Carr, Landry Friedrich,
Courtney Harrell, Tyler
Henry, Angelica Livingston,
Frankie Long, Kailea
Myrick.

Ninth Grade
A Honor Roll Tierra
Campbell, Niki Ferguson,
William Layton, Sara
Newsome.
A/B Honor Roll -
Cassidy Birge, Katelyn
Cross, James Dallas, Cody
Dunaway, Brett Henry, Jay
Henson, Andrea Pelham,-
Marrisa Peterson, Rebecca
Quattlebaum, Devin Smith,
Jaytwan Soloman, Austin
Williams.

10th Grade
A/B Honor Roll -
Lindsey Brock, Shelby
Calloway, Cailyn Haight,
Venisha Hearns, JaSharmaine


Eight Grade
A Honor Roll Dustin
Everitt.
A/B Honor Roll Joshua
Carr, Landry Friedrich,
Courtney Harrell, Tyler
Henry, Angelica Livingston,
Frankie Long, Kailea
Myrick.

Ninth Grade*
A Honor Roll Cassidy
Birge, -Niki Ferguson, Sara
Newsome.
A/B Honor Roll Tierra
Campbell, Katelyn Cross,
James Dallas, Cody
Dunaway, Brett Henry,
George Kleinpeter, William
Layton, Andrea Pelham,
Marrisa Peterson, Karrie
Shack, Jaytwan Soloman,
Austin Williams.

10th Grade
A Honor Roll Emily
Stephens.
A/B Honor Roll -
Nicholas Breeden, Lindsey
Brock, Shelby Calloway,
Olivia Daniels, Cailyn


ative people think; work toward
obtaining your goals.
Don't let procrastination, discour-
agement and excuses be a hindrance
in your life. You .can be successful. In
these trying times, being armed with
an education can be a big and much-
needed asset. Even though many peo-
ple do not have an extensive amount
of education, there are still opportuni-
ties, if you continue to pursue them.
Even without a high school diplo-
ma, there are trade schools across the
country that offers specialized train-
ing in various fields.. Getting your
GED is one way to pick yourself up
and move forward.
Automobile mechanics .and other
trades can lead to good paying jobs,
which can help you live a solid, com-
fortable life. During this year's Black
History Month, I will be remember-
ing and appreciating the efforts of the
many black politicians, inventors,
leaders and innovators who have
paved the way to a better life for me
anl you. While doing so, my con-
cern, anticipation and excitement
about the present and the future con-
tinue to be at the forefront of my
thoughts.


onor-rolls
Haight, Venisha Hearris,
JaSharmaine Jones, Kayla
Lewis, Katherine May,
Ladarius McElroy, Shanika
McLeroy, Micah Ruiz-Toro,
Tatum Skipper.

11th Grade
A Honor Roll -- Alex
Layton, Cara McCormic,
Ramona Smith.
A/B Honor Roll Raven
Barnes, Karlee Floyd, Chad
Gresham, Deja McCollough,
Autumn Speigner, Becky
Traylor.
12th Grade
A Honor Roll Sheldon
Birge,' Jaymison Blount,
Randal Elmore, Joseph
Deese, Brandon Jackson,
Candice Lipford, Ryan
Maloney, Shandrell Mount,
Lawson Mozely, Vanessa
bids, Lindsay West.
A/B Honor Roll Megan
Bryan, Abby Calloway,
. Everett Daniels, Alicia
Gambill, Tyras McKinney,
Robyn Noseworthy, Jeffrey
Peeler, Samuel Robison,
Alexcia Scott, Quinton
Wilson


YOUR OLD SAVINGS BONDS
Are you giving Uncle Sam interest-free use of your
money? You may be, if you are holding on to old
savings bonds that have already matured. Those old
bonds are no longer accruing any interest: better cash
them in before you lose sight of them.
(You are not alone in your forgetfulness. There are more
than 43 million matured savings bonds still uncashed.)
Smart move: check the value of your bonds at
TreasuryDirect.gov. You can even enter your Social
Security number to find out if there are other bonds in
your name that you've forgotten about.
There's usually no charge to redeem the bonds in a bank
where you have an account. What to do with the money?
Even a local savings account or CD is better than
nothing. Or consider the new series EE bonds. They pay
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percent.
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News, Events, Special Programs,
and Good Books from Jackson
County's Public Library
MARIANNA, GRACEVILLE, AND THE BOOKMOBILE
Nearly $5700.00 was raised Thursday night at the
library's "Classic Southern Desserts" fundraiser with
more donations still coming in. Thanks to all of you who
gave so generously.
This week our volunteer has reviewed another book by
a writer who was born in the South and lived as a child not
far from Marianna.
"In Cold Blood," by Truman Copote
Recently, this paper published a review of "To Kill a
Mocking Bird.". In that review, Truman Copote was men-
tioned. He wrote "In Cold Blood," and was a friend of
Harper Lee, the author of "To Kill a Mocking Bird."
Lee and Copote were childhood friends in Monroeville,
Ala., and both became famous authors. Ms. Lee avoided
the limelight; Mr. Copote craved it, so they led very dif-
ferent lives as adults, but were still best friends.
Truman Copote wanted to write a new kind of book,
something that had not been done before. He wanted to
write a literary book, but as an investigative novel. From
the newspapers, he learned about the murder of a Kansas
farmer and his family. He went to Kansas to interview
town residents, law enforcement personal, and the two
men in jail accused of the crime.
Truman was a very flamboyant man, and knowing he
might not be well accepted in Kansas, he made the wise
decision to take his friend, Harper Lee, with him as his
research assistant. She was down to earth and could talk
with people and gain their confidence. Still, it took the two
of them some time to gain the trust of the people they
wanted to interview for the story. Ms. Lee did a lot of the
work, making many notes and advising Copote. It was
strange that when the book, wap written he gave her no
credit.
Copote became very involved with the people he was.
writing about. His and Ms. Lee's first break was an invita-
tion to the home of the lead investigators for
Thanksgiving. In return he entertained his new friends in
his home town, New York City. He became so involved
with the two accused men that they considered him their
best friend.
The story covers the murder of the farm family, some
background on the accused men, the investigation, the'
town's reaction, and also Truman's involvement with the
accused and their execution. After the book was pub-
lished, many felt that Copote had betrayed the trust of the
town's people, and especially the trust of the accused men.
Nonetheless, the book was a huge success.
Two movies, "Copote" and "Infamous," were made
recently about Capote's writing of this book.
This review was written by a library volunteer. Have
you read a good book lately? Write a few words about the
book and send to the Jackson County Public Library by e-
mail to alan.barber@jacksoncountyfl.com, or to Director,
Jackson County Public Library, 2929. Green Street,
Marianna, FL 32446. Your review may be published in.
this newspaper. Thanks for being a library volunteer.

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Beechum of Campbellton, Tommy Melvin of Marianna and Tucker Nebel of Marianna; back row, freshman
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Scout leaders recognized at district meeting


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Pack 170 Cub Scout lead-
ers from Marianna attended
the annual District Leaders'
Meeting on Jan. 22, in
Dothan, Ala.
Webelos leader Mary Ann
Hutton was presented with
the prestigious District
Award of Merit. The recipi-
ent of this award must have
rendered noteworthy service
to youth in Scouting, outside
of Scouting, or both. The
award is presented for serv-
ice to youth in excess of five
years. Hutton has provided
outstanding service beyond
the expectations of her
Scouting position, evidenced
by the fact that the nomina-
tions for the award were
from her peers in Scouting.
Other awards received by
Pack 170 leaders include:
Wilson and Nancy Sanchez,
den leader knots; Alan
Mathis, Webelos den leader
knot; Bill Everitt, pack train-
er knot and a Webelos den
leader knot from last year;
Mary Ann Hutton, Webelos
den leader knot; Steve
Hutton, Cubmaster knot; and
Karen Beasley and David
and Jacquelyn McArthur,
Scouter knots.
'Another special award
was presented to Assistant
Cubmaster Steve Hutton,
who received the Arrow of
Light award that he had actu-
ally earned back in 1969.
Steve had never been given
his well-deserved award


Pack 170
Webelos leader
Mary Ann' Hutton
receives the
District Award of
Merit plaque from
Brandon
Adkinson, District
Executive for the
Muskoke District.
- Contributed
photo


Pack 170 le
Sanchez. -
photo
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Pack 170 Webelos leader
Alan Mathis. -
Contributed photo
back then, because his fami-
ly transferred to Marianna
from Jacksonville during
that time. Steve's Scout
handbook provides full doc-
umentation that his require-
ments were officially com-


Pack 170 leader Nancy
Sanchez. Contributed.
photo


Troop 33 Boy Scout leader
Bill Everitt. Contributed
photo
pleted, and he therefore
received his award 40 years
after originally earning it.
To learn more about
Scouting, please e-mail
cokehut@digitalexp.com, or
call 209-2818.


Sneads High School honor roll


Sneads High School
recently released the sec-
ond nine-weeks honor roll.
9th Grade
All A Courtney
Fowler, Hayley Johns,
Lindsey Locke, Patrick
Melvin, Georgia Pevy.
A/B Caleb Alexander,
Alston Burch, Benjamin
Castro, Cambraige Chason,
Megan Childs, Summer
Dean, Lane Edwards,
Christen Fowler, Dallas
Goff, Nicholas Goodwin,
Shellsey Hefner, Tezlyn
Henry, Chaison Johnson,
Marah Johnson, Shelby
Lawrence, Taylor Logan,
Jonathon Maye, Timothy
McDaniel, Abbagail
Nunes, Ashley Rogers,
Katelyn Schirmer, Jenna
Sneads, Brandy Strickland,
Whitney Thomas, Leah
Williams, Taylor Wood,
Emily Wray.

10th Grade
All A Mitchell Hines.
A/B Savannah Ard,
Jarice Barbee, Winder
Caldwell, Allen Campbell,
Ashley Carr, Michael
Cassidy, Kaitlan Cloud,
Brandon Comerford,
Brittney Hamm, Gary
Hanson, Christen Howell,
Caleb Howell, Emily
Jones, Jamie Mount,
Meghan Myhill, Cortney
Neel, Mikayla 'Richards,
Emily Roaten, Cody
Roberts, Jonathan Toole.
11th Grade
All A Madeline
Adams, Casie Carroll,


Cassandra Coley, Emily
Gilley, Sierra Hewett,
Damian Hines, Bethany
Joyner, Lauren Locke,
Jordan Thames, Jennifer
Thompson.
A/B Kara Alford,
Brittany Arnold, Tyfayshala
Baker, Sallyanne Braxton,
Valaree Douglas, Jake
Durden, Charles Fussell,
Laynie Gibson, Dykieria
Gillette, Zachary Goodwin,
Ian Griffin, Ashley
Hamilton, Cody Harfison,
Brandon Hightower, Jolie
Johnson, Leticia
Rodriguez, Kayla Smith,
Sydney Stone, Ashton
Wester, John Whittington,
Erin Williams, Ashlen
Wilson.
12th Grade
All A Hayley Bennett,
Kala Burttschell, Emily


Cain, Adrian Carr, Aleisha
Edenfield, Leigh Hall,
Ryann Harvell, Jessica
Hatcher, Taylor Johnson,
Dustin Lemon,. Caitlin
McCaffrey, Caroline
Peacock, Rachel Pelt, Tyler
Pickens, Casey Robison,
Courney Rogers, Alayna
Tharp, Elizabeth Thomas,
Kyle Vogel, Eston Walden,
Ariel White, Jeremy
Williams, Pamela Williams,
Caitlin Wilson.
A/B Courtney Austin,
Jerry Bamburg, Julian
Boykin, Dequantaye Bums,
Katherine Campbell,
Russell Chancey, Jeffery
Davis, Tiffany Guerra,
Christopher Holloway,
Dominique Johnson,
Melissa Pintado, Jonathan
Riley, Marisol Segura,
Ashley Smith, Zachary
Weste .


Pack 170
Assistant'
Cubmaster .... .
Steve Hutton,
right, receives
his Cubmaster
knot and a spe-
cial Arrow of
Light award,
40 years after
earning it. -
Contributed
photo


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BY CARLOS E. MEDINA
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OCALA For more than four
decades, Glen Lau has traveled across
the Western Hemisphere to film fish
in their natural habitat, but his most
recent work doesn't take him further
than his back yard.
The LunkerCam, broadcast on
ESPN's Bassmaster.com site, made its
debut about five months ago and has
become one of the more popular items
on the Web site. The camera provides
hours of daily, continuous coverage of
six largemouth bass in a 10,000-gal-
lon tank in Lau's back yard near
Ocala. The tank mimics a natural
habitat.
"ESPN and Bassmaster came to me
with the idea of putting a camera on
the tank," said Lau.' "They have a-
tremendous amount of people who
watch -n Wednesday."
Wednesday, at 1 p.m., is feeding
time.
"We still have about 14 minutes,"
Lau said on a recent Wednesday.
The tank was originally built to
shoot commercials for lures and other
items and continues to serve that pur-
pose. Lau is preparing to shoot a com-
mercial for a lure that features a laser
light. But the LunkerCam has given it
a whole new purpose as a window
into the natural behaviour of bass.


Lau uses his experience in film-
making when feeding the fish. He is
careful to throw the live shiners in the
frame to get the bass to turn and strike
toward the camera.
"Still about 8 minutes to go," Lau
said.
His love of bass fishing started
when he was about 14.
"I was fishing with this. friend on
Lake Erie," he said. "He gave me a
rod and reel and a lure he had made.
We fished for about a half hour. I
caught a 4-pound bass and from that
point on, I was hooked."
He was fascinated by bass and stud-
ied everything he could find on the
subject, including films. As a fishing
guide, he used the knowledge to help
others catch. fish, but he wasn't
impressed with the quality of the films
he had seen.
"In 1958, I bought a camera and
started filming," Lau said.
In 1973, after 18 months of filming
in Silver Springs, Lau released
"Bigmouth," a highly regarded docu-
mentary about the life cycle of the
bass, mixed with fishing footage.
"It's still very valuable. People buy
it all the time," he said. "After that,
I've had no problem getting work."
He recently shot footage, for
National Geographic.
"It's about time. I need to get things
ready," Lau said two minutes before


the 1 p.m. feeding.
The bass lazily glide through the
water until they hear Lau climb to the
top of the tank. They mass beneath
where he stands, but Lau throws a
shiner over their heads. The bass dart
toward the camera, a big one opens its
mouth and inhales the little shiner.
Small bubbles and little shiny, silver
scales glint in the water.
It goes on for about 10 minutes and
the fish greedily feast on the meal.
Strike, after impressive strike fills the
frame of the-LunkerCam. -
"It's been really strong. People have
been especially fascinated with
watching the fish feed," said Ken
Duke, senior editor at Bass publica-
tions, which broadcasts the site. "It's
one of the more popular things that
we have and those feeding periods
really drive a lot of traffic."
What helps make the LunkerCam
appealing is the natural habitat Lau
sets up in- the tank. The set up is
changed about twice a month to keep
the scene fresh.
"Glenn is just a inaster at that.
When you're watching it on video, it
looks like someone dropped a camera
into a lake somewhere," Duke said.
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would behave in the wild, it is fasci-
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Realtors Continued From Page 1A


as well as those making the
million dollar, gold, platinum
and diamond clubs. ,
The 2009 honor society is in
recognition of realtor excel-
lence achieved through r activ-
ities on the local, state and
national levels. These recipi-
ents are also recognized for
their increased professionalism
through education and service
to the community.
The realtors million dollar
production club awards not
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tion to the recipient, but also
financial rewards in earned
commissions during the year.
To qualify, a member must
show a combined listing and
sales volume totaling $1 mil-
lion, or more for the qualifying
period.
There were 21 members or
realtor teams who earned this
distinction for 2009.
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productions totaling between
$1 million and $2.5 million.
The platinum club is defined as
productions totaling between
$2.5 million and $4 million.
The diamond club is defined
as productions totaling more
than $4 million.


Gold Club inductees were Ouida Morris, Debbie Roney
Smith, Joann Walsingham, Deborah Mathewuse, Ed
McCoy, Don and Lynda Carroll, Chris Newton and
Cresh Harrison. Mark Skinner / Floridan


Ginger Green accepted the Diamond Club Award
on behalf of Team MVP and Kathy Milton and
Lauren Milton accepted on behalf of the Milton
Team. Mark Skinner / Floridan


Ted Johnston, Mary Powell and Robby Roberts won
the Platinum Club Award at the Chipola Area Board
of Realtors Award Dinner. Mark Skinner / Floridan


2009 Chipola Area Board of Realtors President
Debbie Roney Smith, right, presents Paula' Stone
with the President's Choice Award. Mark Skinner
/ Floridan


Attorney Martha Eskuchen
won the Affiliate of the Year
Award. Mark Skinner /
Floridan


Edwina Cloud received the
2009 Realtor Citizen of the
Year Award. Mark Skinner
/ Floridan


Grove Continued From Page 1A


for the' area. Now in his
80s, Mueller also has to
expend a lot of physical
energy in tending his crop.
He still climbs ladders at
harvest and pruning time.
"You can't just plant and
walk away, that's for sure,"
Mueller said. "Especially
for the first few years of a
tree's life, it's very labor
intensive. After they're
well-established, they pret-
ty much take care of them-
selves, but there are still
some things to do."
While it is fortunate
olives on the tree have a
bitter taste that keeps deer
and birds away, he does do
constant battle with a dif-
ferent pest grasshop-
pers. They love to eat the
leaves of young trees, he
said, and he has to keep
constant vigil against them.
The long cold snap last
month worried Mueller
quite a bit, but almost all
his trees came through it


Busy

to 30 for the general election, for
those who don't want to go'to the
polls on official election days. Until
this year, early voting had to be done
at election headquarters, but Stephens
has added two more early voting
locations.
Early voters can now go to
Graceville or Sneads city halls. That
added convenience could increase the
number of early voters, from the 52
percent average of recent years.
But ahead of that, those who aren't
already registered have some impor-
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Voter registration books close July
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general election.
Candidates also have some impor-
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qualifying dates are coming up in a
few weeks. Those seeking county,
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Issues


Florida Public Utilities" to address
the contractual issues causing the
high prices.
"Let me just say, that I too opened
my electric bill and nearly flipped.
My bill had doubled; I had to sit my
kids down and read them the riot act,"
Rep. Coley said. "But I will also say
that a 13.8 percent increase won't
double your bill. We're also facing
the issue of extreme weather and, as a
result, high energy consumption."
Rep. Coley explained that she
spoke with FPU official Buddy
Shelley, along with officials of Gulf
Power. She said both are currently
working on renegotiating the existing
FPU contract with Gulf Power. With
that, rates may begin to decrease.
"I don't think it, will be a huge
decrease, but it will help," Rep. Coley
said. "As far as legislatively, the only
governing body overlooking those
areas is the Public Service
Commission. So I'm not very opti-
mistic about what we personally can
do."
Rep. Drake also addressed the
issue, saying that usage was higher
than people anticipated and this win-
ter has been exceptionally cold.
"This weather, coupled with the
increase that not just Jackson County
but people all over are experiencing,
is going to cause us to see electric
bills like never before," he said.
Another topic mentioned in rela-
tion to electricity costs Was the fact
that Public Service Commission offi-
cials are now appointed and no longer
elected. One audience member
believed the system to be fairly "cor-
rupt," and with quite a "cozy arrange-
ment" based on the PSC hierarchy
and job movement.


fine. Some of.the youngest
trees suffered mild dam-
age, he said. '
Mueller says he's not a
particularly patient man by
nature, but the olive opera-
tion is so dear to him, it's
well worth the years he's
spend perfecting his grove.
"I'm just very interested
in olives and I like seeing
things grow. I guess I'm a
bit of a farmer at heart,"
Mueller said. "The other
thing is, olive trees are ges-
thetically quite beautiful.
The bottoms of the leaves
are silver, and the tops are
green. In the wind, it's like
watching wheat waving in
the field."
As his operation was
developing, he also found
time. to renovate a tractor
barn into an Italian-style
haven, furnished with a
stone fireplace and in
which he conducts some of
his research and opera-
tions.


Mueller has about 300
trees on his spread, and has
room for about 200 more. .
He said he's eager to
share his knowledge with
others,, and thinks olives
could join peanuts and cot-
ton as a viable crop for
Jackson County farmers.
"That's part of what'
motivates me," he said. "I'
really think farmers could
make a go of this. It won't
be wildly lucrative, but it
can be profitable."
Last season, his trees
produced two tons of
olives, an overwhelming
harvest, he said.
As olives typically alter-
nate between boom and
mediocre harvests, howev-
er, he won't be surprised if
the next season's .take is
more like 400 pounds.
His methods of bringing
added value to his opera-
tion is in curing olives for
sale as snacks, and in mak-
ing olive oil from his raw


product. It is knowledge
he's happy to share with
other farmers. One of his
olive oils made from a
mix of missions and arbe-
quenas won an interna-
tional taste test in 2008,
and he has the medal to
prove it. He brings 20 tons
of pressure to bear on ithe
olives in his cold-press
process, and is willing to
show others how it's done.
He wants to reach out to
the general public, as well.
. Mueller said he's more'
than willing to become a
tourist spot for visitors, if
the Jackson County
Chamber of Commerce or
the agriculture department
wants him to pursue, that.
"I'm definitely interest-
ed in hosting tour groups,"
he said. "They don't have
to buy anything to visit. I
just want people to know
about it. I. think the com-
munity needs to know that
this is a successful endeav-


Continued From Page 1A


tions must qualify between noon June
14 and noon, June 18.
For those seeking federal and judi-
cial offices, qualifying dates are from
noon, April 26 until noon, April 30.
Candidate who want to qualify for
county, state, district and multi-coun-
ty offices by petition rather than by
paying a qualifying fee must file their
petitions by noon on May 17. For
those seeking federal and judicial
offices, the petition deadline is noon
on March 29.
Voters are reminded that they must
present a current and valid' picture
and signature identification when
they arrive at the polling place,
Otherwise, they'll have to cast a pro-
visional ballot, and their ID will have
to be confirmed before their vote will
count.
For more information, call the elec-
tions office at 482-9652 visit the Web
site at www.jacksoncountysoe.org, or'


"I would support moving back to
election for these positions. In fact, it
is a good idea," Rep. Coley said.
Among other topics discussed
Friday morning were various con-
cerns about budget cuts.
. One audience member mentioned
the budget shortfall effecting local
library systems which almost caused
closures. Another mentioned the lack
of pay raises for state employees.
Both issues were addressed with
the almost same response.
Although both legislators
expressed their concern with these
issues, they also informed audience
members that the state is currently
facing a $3 billion revenue shortfall
in the budget this year.
"We're in trying times," Rep.
Drake said. "As far as talk of increas-
ing anything, it is probably not going
to happen. Our focus is to fight to
maintain. But as far as increase goes,
probably not this year."
Jackson County School Board
member Betty Duffee asked the rep-
resentatives why legislators were
opposed to Gov. Charlie Crist's casi-
no gambling compact with Native
Americans.
"I don't understand why legislators
opposed Governor Crist's proposal to
compact with the Indians which
would in turn bring in funding for
education," Duffee said.
Both Rep. Coley. and Drake
responded.
"There needs to be oversight, and
we did not think the governor's com-
pact was adequate," Rep. Coley said.
"They (Seminole Indians) are get-
ting off scot free. The compact was
weak, and wasn't worth two cents,"
Rep. Drake said.


drop by the office at 2851 Jefferson
St. in Marianna.

The current precincts and loca-
tions are:

1 Malone City Hall
2 Campbellton Community
Center
3 Citizen's Lodge
4 Alford Community Center
5 Cypress Park
6 County Commission
Administration Building
7 Eastside Baptist Church
8 Shady Grove Methodist Church
9 Grand Ridge Community
Center
10 Welcome Assembly of God
Church
11,- Sneads City Hall
'12 Cottondale Community Center
13 Greenwood Town Hall
14 Graceville Civic Center


Continued From Page 1A


"It looked like more than two cents
to me," Duffee responded.
The topic of education continued
when an audience member asked the
representatives' stance on govern-
ment involvement with education.
The argument was made that instruc-
tors are no longer given the flexibili-
ty to teach what is necessary, because
they are too busy teaching to the
FCAT and abiding by Florida state
standards.
"If it were up to me, I would elim-
inate the Department of Education all
together," Rep. Drake said. "The
biggest problem is the government's
hand. There's too much bureaucracy
and too much government." *
Rep. Coley added that education
has made a lot of progress over time,
and that there are initiatives to slowly
start phasing FCAT out of high
school requirements. It will be
replaced with final course exams,
according to Rep. Coley.
As the meeting came to a close,
both Reps. Coley and Drake were
given the opportunity to make closing
remarks.
"We're in trying times, and our
number one focus this year is to create
economic opportunity, activity and
wealth," Rep. Drake said. "The chal-
lenge is that about half the budget is
allocated to health care, and another
third is education. This leaving very
little funding for everything else."
Rep. Coley agreed.
"Balance is what we're after. We
need to live within our means. We
need economic development and to
become a more business-friendly
state. With their prosperity, comes
ours. It will be a tough year, but let's
work together," Rep. Coley said.
T


or in Jackson County, and
to experience it."
He was happy to report
that the Florida agriculture
department has now taken
notice of his operation. The
.agriculture secretary is .due
to visit later this month, he
said.


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850-482-2332
www.jamesandsikes
funeralhome.com

Glenn Edward
"Skip" Delph

Glenn Edward "Skip"
Delph, 48, of Marianna was
called home Friday,. Feb. 5,
2010, after a sudden, brief
illness while at Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital.
Born in Dayton, Ohio,
Skip lived in Marianna for,
most of his life. He was a
member of First Baptist
Church of Bascom, and
was a sales associate with
Marianna Toyota. Skip
loved the Lord and his fam-
ily with all his heart. Skip
never met a stranger.
He was preceded in
death by his mother, Glen-
da Tackett Shell.
Survivors include his
wife, Spring Chance Delph,
of Marianna; one son, Eric
Bryan DeLoach, and wife
Felicia; one step-son, Sean
Ray Jackson, all of Marian-
na; one daughter, Christy
Lynn Delph, of Sneads; his
father, Carl Edward Delph;
two brothers, Christopher
Dean Stokes, of Round
Lake, & Denver Lee Delph,
of Marianna; one grand-
daughter, Lauren Evelyn
DeLoach; two step-grand-
children, Lawson Ray Jack-
son and Caden Blake Jack-
son; special niece, Kayleigh
Chance; special mother-in-
law, Phyllis Chance; one
brother-in-law, Zackary
Chance; three other nieces;
two nephews; and many,
many friends.
The funeral .service will
be 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 7, at
the Bascom First Baptist
Church, with the Rev. Greg
Roberts officiating. Inter-
ment will follow at Pine-
crest Memorial Gardens
with James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel di-
recting.
The family will receive
friends from 6 to 8 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 6, at Mad-
dox Chapel. Flowers will be
accepted, or memorial
contributions may be
made to the First Baptist
Church of Bascom Building
Fund, P.O. Box 97, Bascom,
FL 32423.
www.j amesandsikesfuneral
homes.com
Peavy
Funeral Home
20367 NW Evans Ave.
Blountstown, FL 32424
(850) 674-2266

Millard
Edward
"Mickey"
Shy III

Mr. Millard Edward
"Mickey" Shy III, 60, of Ma-
rianna, passed away Thurs-
day night, Feb. 4, 2010, at
his home.


That prominent visitor,
like others, may encounter
Mueller's gentle-natured
"security guard" and mas-
cot when the arrive.
The grey and white bor-
der collie is named Chivas,
in a nod to the animal's
Scottish heritage.


Mickey was bom on Jan.
16, 1950, in Vicksburg,
Miss., and had lived in
Jackson County since 2007,
coming from Vicksburg. He
was an electrician and
plumber with International
Paper Company for 26
years.
He was preceded in
death by his father, Millard
Edward Shy Jr.; and a step-
son, Emmett Keith Myers.
Survivors include his
wife, Genelle (Ross) Shy of
Marianna; mother, Asenath
Shy of Vicksburg; son, Ste-
ven C. Shy and his wife,
Holly, of Vicksburg; step-
son, Richard Blayne Myers
of Marianna; daughter, Mi-
ca Beth Bennett and her
husband, Randy, of Vicks-
burg; brother, Danny M.
Shy and his wife, Pam, of
Vicksburg; sister, Anita
Boswell and her husband,
Dan, of Vicksburg; and five
grandchildren, Colt, Le-
land, Olivia, Emily and
Lylanna.
The memorial. service
was Saturday, Feb. 6, 7
p.m. at the Faith Baptist
Church in Marianna, with
the Rev. Tim Sanders. offi-
ciating. Mickey's cremains
will be scattered at a later
date in Eagle Lake in Vicks-
burg.
The family requests that,
in lieu of flowers, contribu-
tions be made to Covenant
Hospice, 4440 Lafayette St.,
Marianna, FL 32446.
All arrangements are un-
der the direction of Marilon
Peavy at Peavy Funeral
Home in Blountstown.
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
850-482-2332
www.jamesandsikes
funeralhome.com


Nila M.
Stephens

Nila M. Stephens of Ma-
rianna died Friday, Feb. 5,
2010, in Bonifay.
Arrangements will be an-
nounced later by James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel.


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A MEDIA GENERAL NEWSPAPER


Graceville
wins rematch
over Chipley


SPORTS


Lady


Hornets


take


Grimsley's jumper gives

Cottondale district crown


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
COTTONDALE -Jakia
Grimsley hit a mid-range jumper
with five seconds to play, to give
the Cottondale Lady Hornets a
34-33 victory over Graceville in
the District 2-2A championship
game Saturday night.
Grimsley scored 14 points to
lead the Lady Hornets. Khadejah
Ward added 11 points, including
eight in the second half.
Jessica McClendon led
Graceville with 13 points, with
Mychea Williams adding nine.
First-year coach Randi
Scurlock said it was an emotion-
al win for her team, particularly
after a very slow start in- her first
year as the Cottondale coach.
"I'm so proud of the girls after
all they've been through this
year," the coach said.
This included the team's injury
problems with starters Kiki Paul
and Ward, as well as Shay
Wright's six-week suspension
early in the season.
"These girls overcame every-
thing that was thrown at them this
year," Scurlock said. "I can't say
enough about how proud I am of
them. I don't know who we.play
next, but they're going to have a
very tough game."
It was a close game through-
out, with Graceville leading by
two after one period.
The Lady Hornets responded
in the second quarter to take a 20-


"I can't say enough
about how proud I am
of them. I don't know
who we play next, but
they're going to have a
very tough game."
-Randi Scurlock,
Cottondale coach
15 edge into halftime.
CHS maintained a two-point
advantage heading into the fourth
when things became hectic.
Graceville took the lead for the
first time since early in the sec-
ond quarter, with, three free
throws by McClendon with 5:01
left to play. Ward had the answer
for Cottondale with a 3-pointer to
put the Lady Hornets up 28-26.
A basket by Brittney Flournoy
tied the game with 3:30 to play,
but Ward added two free throws
to put the Lady Hornets back up
two. Williams recovered a loose
ball near the basket and put it in
with 2:31 to play to tie the game
back up at 30-30.
Grimsley scored with 1:52 on
the clock to put Cottondale, up
32-30, and Graceville threw the
ball away on its next possession
'to give the ball back .to
Cottondale with 1:47 to play.
See CROWN, Page 3B >


Cottondale point guard Jakia Grimsley, right, looks to put up a shot while" being defended by
Graceville's Kendal Asbury during a district championship game on Saturday night in Cottondale.
Grimsley made a jumper with five seconds left to give the Lady Hornets a 34-33 victory and their third
consecutive district championship. Grimsley led Cottondale with 14 points in the game. Mark
Skinner/Floridan '


Loaded Lady Pirates have big goals in 2010


BY DUSTIN'KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
With almost everyone back from last
season's playoff squad, the Sneads Lady
Pirates head into the 2010 season with
high expectations.
Sneads finished 19-7 in 2009 before
falling to Cottondale in the district title
game, and then losing to Baker in the first
round of the playoffs.
The Lady Pirates have lost leading hit-
ter Samantha Culpepper to graduation,
but they return everyone else from last
year's ,team, including pitchers Aleisha
Edenfield and Karissa Childs, as well as
key seniors Bridgett Dawson and
SMeghan Smith.
Sneads also gets junior infielder Kayla
Rabon back, after she missed all of last
season with a knee injury.
Lady Pirates coach Kelvin Johnson
said he is excited about his team's com-
bination of talent, experience and chem-
istry.
"I think we can put nine girls out there
and we won't have a weak spot on the
field," the coach said. "In the outfield, the
infield, I feel like we can put a good solid
player at every position. We should be
real solid from one through nine."


The players the Lady Pirates return are
no strangers to big games or pressure,
which is something Johnson said will be
a benefit this year.
"We've got five girls playing varsity
for the third or fourth year, and we've got
some juniors who have been on varsity
since the ninth grade," the coach" said.
"You really can't replace experience.
When you've been there and experienced
it, you really look forward to the season.
Sometimes experience is better than tal-
ent."
' However,. there was a sizeable offen-
sive void left by the departure of
Culpepper, who hit 14 home runs last
season.
"Sam was a big part of our run prqduc-
tion, a big part of our offense," Johnson
said. "But we're getting Kayla Rabon
back, and we hope she can add a little
power to the lineup. '
"We're going to be dependent on
Kayla Rabon, Kayla Kelly, Aleisha
Edenfield, and Meghan Smith. All four
girls are big and strong. The rest of the
girls have to play a lot of small ball."
But the strength of the Lady Pirates
this season may be pitching, with Childs
See GOALS, Page 4B l>


Sneads' Lindsey Locke delivers a pitch during a
Lady Pirates practice Thursday, in Sneads. -
Mark Skinner/Floridan


Chipola romps

over St. John's

home-opener
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Chipola Indians baseball
team kicked off their home sea-
son with a bang Thursday, blow-
ing out St. John's River 14-0 at
Chipola Field.
Tyler Wilson had a pinch-hit
grand slam in the sixth inning for
Chipola, as the Indians ran away
with the game to win in seven
innings.
The Indians also got home runs
from Andy Fermin, Cody Martin
and Eric Sauls, who drove in four
runs on the day.
Blake Newalu led the Indians
with three hits. Chipola won its
second straight after dropping the
season's first two games.
Austin Wright started on the
mound for Chipola and picked up
the win, pitching 5 1/3 scoreless
innings, surrendering just one hit,
See CHIPOLA, Page 3B >


Humose, Hornets stun Bulldogs 67-63 in OT


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR


Cottondale's Marcus Humose dribbles around
Marianna's Tre Long during a game Thursday
night in Cottondale. Mark Skinner/Floridan


COTTONDALE Marbus
Humose scored 25 of his game-high 32
points after halftime as the Cottondale
Hornets took a 67-63 victory over the
Marianna Bulldogs on Thursday night
in an overtime thriller.
The win marked the first time a
Jackson County team has defeated
Marianna since Malone did it two sea-
sons ago.
The Hornets did it Thursday by eras-
ing a nine-point, fourth-quarter 'deficit
to get it to overtime. They then used a
beautifully designed and executed
inbounds play to seal the deal.
The Cottondale win snapped a 12-
game winning streak for the.Bulldogs,
who fell to 22-3. Cottondale improved
to 15-10 in the final game of the regu-
lar season for both teams.
Marianna won the first matchup this
season 59-51 on Nov. 24, a game in
which Humose struggled from the
field en route to 17 points.


"We really had nothing to
lose. We were at home, we
were the underdog, and we
were playing in an electric
atmosphere."
-Chris Obert,
Cottondale coach
On Thursday night, the Hornets'
senior point guard matched that total in
the fourth quarter alone.
-"Marc just took the game over,"
Cottondale coach Chris Obert said of
Humose. "He wasn't just scoring it, he
was dishing it. He created for his team-
mates, he finished plays, he just took
over on the offensive end. But really,
everybody played hard. The kids just
dug deep."
Humose's fourth-quarter perform-
ance was a great answer for an equal-
ly-special third-quarter effort from


Marianna's RJ Bowers.
The Bulldogs' long-range specialist
knocked down five 3-pointers in the
third period, scoring 17 points .total to
lead Marianna to a 45-36 edge heading
into the fourth.
But Humose's heroics in the fourth
put the Hornets up 57-54 with under 20
seconds left in regulation.
However, a 3-pointer by Tre Long
tied the game and sent it into overtime.
With the game tied at 61-61 in over-
time, Humose penetrated through the
Marianna defense and found Drew
Bellamy for a lay-up to put Cottondale
on top with 45 seconds remaining.
After a Bowers miss, Darien Pollock
collected the rebound and got the ball
to Humose. He was fouled and
knocked down a pair of free throws for
a 65-61 lead with 14.5 seconds to play.
The Bulldogs raced back down the
court, and Nene Gilbert drew the foul
and made both free throws to cut the
lead back to two with 8.3 seconds to
See HORNETS, Page 4B >


Check out Bob Kornegay's
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GHS wins rematch over Chipley


High School Boys
Basketball
The District 2-2A tour-
nament in Blountstown
kicks off Monday, with
Graceville playing
Bozeman at 6 p.m., fol-
lowed by Cottondale and
Vernon at 7:30 p.m.
On Tuesday, it's
Sneads v. South Walton
at 6 p.m., and
Blountstown v. Holmes
County at 7:30 p.m.
Jackson County Jays
The Jackson County
Jays Baseball Club, a
2009-franchised member
of the Big Bend Baseball
League of Florida, will
seek to again franchise a
team within the league
for the 2010 baseball
season. Graduating sen-
iors and former gradu-
ates from Jackson
County schools, and
other adults who desire
to play more organized
baseball in a highly com-
petitive league should
contact the following for
more details, ASAP:
(please give name and
c o n t a c t
number):Raymond
Bentley, Manager
Jackson County Jays
334-479-2350. First
practice session sched-
'uled Sunday, Feb. 7 at
1:30 p.m. at Mears Park.
Sports Items
Send all sports items to
editorial@jcfloridan.co
m, or fax them to 850-
482-4478. The mailing
address for the paper is
Jackson County Floridan
P.O. Box 520 Marianna,
Fla. 32447.


BY DUSTIN-KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR

The Marianna Lady Bulldogs
and the Malone Lady Tigers
suffered district tournament
defeats Friday' night, with
Marianna's season coming to
an end.
The Lady Bulldogs lost to
Walton 43-41 at Walton in the
district tournament semifinals.
Walton jumped out to a 10-0
lead to start the game, and led
23-17 at halftime.
Marianna came back to tie
the game at 31-31 at the end of
the third period.
Unfortunately for the Lady
Bulldogs, they missed eight
free throws in the fourth quarter
and were not able to capitalize
on their chances.
Jasmine Moore made two
free throws for Walton with 15
seconds left to break a 41-41
tie.
Marianna had one last chance


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR

The Graceville Tigers avenged
an early-season loss to the Chipley
Tigers on Thursday night with an
88-74 home win.
Chipley beat Graceville 68-62
on Dec. 10 in spite of 39' points
from Graceville sophomore
Cameron Dozier.
On Thursday, Dozier came up
with 38 points, and this time
Graceville was able to come out on
top.
Dozier also added five assists
and four steals, and left the game
with his team up by 28 points with
three minutes remaining.
"That was one of his best games,
no doubt about it," Graceville
coach Thomas Register said of
Dozier. "He's a 10th-grader doing
it all. He's one of the best players
I've seen at that age in a long time.
If he keeps working, he'll be a
heck of a player.
"He was getting to the basket

and dishing to the open guys. He
knocked down some open 3s, and
that's something that has been
lacking for most of the season."
Dozier made six 3-pointers on
the night, including five in the
third quarter, with his coach giving
him more encouragement to let it
ride from deep when the opportu-
nity presents itself.
"He was not passing up open
shots, and that was the difference,"
Register said. "We've been staying
on him about it all season. That's
his job. When he gets those shots,
he's got to take them."
Graceville also got big contribu-
tions from Jacky Miles, who
scored 17 points, and Kevin Potts,
who added 14 points and six
assists.
Byron Laster scored 13 points
and grabbed 10 rebounds.
Chipley led 18-17 after one peri-
od, but Graceville rallied with a
big second quarter to take a 43-29
halftime lead.


"You look back and
wish a couple of
things had been
different, but overall it
was a pretty good
season."
-Chucky Brown,
Marianna coach

with an inbounds play with five
seconds on the clock, but
Temperance Wooden's last-sec-
ond shot fell just off the rim as
time expired.
The Lady Bulldogs finish the
season with a record of 15-8.
MHS coach Chucky Brown
said he was disappointed his
team wouldn't be playing any-
more games,' he was proud of
what his team accomplished
this year.


"It was a big win for us
to come back out and
play Our style of ball,
and get a pretty big
win.
-Thomas Register,
Graceville coach

Graceville extended the edge to
19 at 70-51 going into the fourth
quarter.
"We had a pretty good offensive
night," Register said. "Jacky Miles
came out and knocked-down some
shots early, Cameron came down
and did what he's done all season,
and Byron cleaned up the misses
around the rim with put-backs."
It was an important performance
for the Tigers, who had been sput-
tering a bit after a six-game win-
ning streak in January.
With losses to Sneads and
Malone, along with a narrow over-
time win over South Walton, .it
appeared Graceville had slipped a
bit since a two-week stretch that
saw the Tigers pick up impressive
wins over district foes Cottondale,
Blountstown and Holmnes County,
"It was big for us to come back
out and play our style of ball, and
get a pretty big win," Register said
of his team. "With it being right
before the district tournament, I
think it was big to get a win, to see
us play our style of ball.
"We've had some teams take us
out of it in recent games, but we've
got to get it up-tempo and make it
as fast as possible. We were able to
do that against Chipley, and in the
Second half against Malone. But
we've got to be able to do that for
a whole game."
The Tigers next begin play in the
District 2-2A tournament in
Blounitstown on Monday.
Graceville will take on Bozeman
at 6 p.m., with Cottondale facing


"I felt like we had a pretty
decent season," the coach said.
"Some of the games we lost
were close games all the way
through. You look back and
wish a couple of things had
been different, but overall it
was a pretty good season.
"You hate to lose, especially
losing these'six seniors. It will
be tough filling the void left by
the kids we're losing, but I saw
some real good things, from
underclassmen in this tourna-
ment. They showed a lot of
promise..
"I told them the season didn't
end well for the seniors, but for
the underclassmen, the prepara-
tion for next season starts next
week."
Malone lost. to FAMU 66-36
in the district championship
game at Munroe High School.
The Lady Tigers will play
next on Thursday in the open-
ing round- of the 1A state play-
offs. ,


Grdceville's Kevin Potts, right, fries to get a shot over Chipley's Rodney
Lee (30) during a game on Friday Thursday night in Graceville. GHS
won the game 88-74. Mark Skinner/Floridan

Vernon in the late game. If the Hornets win, they will take
If Graceville wins, it will face on the winner of Tuesday's
the winner of Tuesday's Sneads vs. Holmes, County versus
South Walton game. Blountstown game.




Hudson recipient


Pirates pull off home upset of Malone


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR


The Sneads Pirates upset
the Malone Tigers 71-66 on
Friday night in Sneads in
the regular season finale
for both teams.
John Locke scored 30
points, and the Pirates led
wire-to-wire to deal the
Tigers just their sixth loss
of the season.
Sneads jumped out to a
9-0 lead to start the game,
and led 21-15 after one
period. The Pirates pushed
the lead to 38-28 at half-
time, and led 51-46 going
into the fourth.
"They just jumped on us
early," Malone coach
Steven Welch said after the
game. "Everything we did
they had an answer for.
They shot the ball real well
and played really aggres-
sive on the boards. I think
they played a little bit hard-
er than we did, but. they
definitely shot it better."
TJ Smith led Malone
with 24 points, with Jean
Littles adding 15, and
LaDarius McElroy nine.
Locke hit five 3-pointers
on the night to lead the hot-
shooting Pirates.
"He shot the ball real
well," Sneads coach Kelvin
Johnson said of Locke. "He
was just really the open
man. When he was open,
he made his shots."
The Pirates were coming
off of a big home win on
Tuesday over West
Gadsden, but Johnson


called Friday night's effort
one of his team's most
impressive.
"We played pretty well.
It was one of our best
games all year," the coach
said. ."We got a lead and
maintained it throughout
'the game. We executed
very well on the offensive
end, we did a very good job
of moving the ball and
finding the open man, and
we made a bunch of big
shots."
Josh Rogers added 11
points' for Sneads, with
Jamar White scoring 10.
Welch said he was
impressed with the Pirates'
effort, but not as much with
his team's shot selection.
"I think Sneads played
with a lot of intensity," the
coach said. "They played
hard, but we shot too many
3s. We never got into a
rhythm, we just settled for
3s against the zone.
"We dug ourselves a
hole, then we got impatient
when we tried to attack the
defense. But give Sneads a
lot of credit. They played
good. They were aggres-
sive on the boards and shot
it well. But I wasn't happy
with our offensive and
defensive execution."
With the District 2-2A
tournament set to begin on
Monday in Blountstown,
Johnson said it was a great
sign to see his team play so
well against a quality oppo-
nent.
"Malone is a playoff
team, onq of the top two


Sneads' Josh Rogers (32) puts up a jumper during a
game against North Florida Christian earlier this sea-
son. The Pirates defeated the Malone Tigers 71-66 on
Friday night in Sneads in the final regular season game
for both teams. Floridan File Photo


teams we played all year in
terms of talent level," the
coach said. "If we play like
that in district, we'll win
some games."
The Pirates take on
South Walton on Tuesday


at 6 p.m.
Malone begins district
tournament play on
Tuesday at John Paul High
School against the winner
of Monday's game between
Altha and Munroe.


Cottondale, Graceville


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BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTs EDITOR

CQTTONDALE -
The Cottondale Lady
Hornets and Graceville
Lady Tigers each took
hard-fought victories
Friday night in the semifi-
nals of the District 2-2A
tournament.
Graceville played the
first game of the night and
held off a late charge by a
pesky Holmes County
Lady Blue Devils squad
for a 53-47 win. The Lady
Tigers jumped out to a 20-
10 lead at halftime, and
extended their advantage
to 17 points at 29-12 early
in the third quarter.
Holmes County
stormed back with an 11-0
run to close to within six
at 29-23. Mikayla Moore
scored six points, and
recorded 'back-to-back
steals and lay-ups to help
spark the rally. A short
jumper by Hannah Pippin
pulled the Lady Bulldogs
to within four at 33-29 at
the end of the third period.
A driving basket by
Mychea Williams and a 3-
point play by Jessica
McClendon put
Graceville up 42-33.
A bank shot by Xavicra
Henderson and another
driving bucket by
Williams made it 46-35
with 2:05 on the clock.
Baskets by Jenna Belser


and Macy Miles cut the
lead to six at 48-42 with
47 seconds to play, but
Williams made four
straight free throws to
push the lead back up to
10 and seal the victory.
Williams led all scorers
with 25, with' Jessica
McClendon adding 11
points. Moore led Holmes
County with 12 points.
The Lady Hornets
knocked off the top-seed-
ed South Walton. Lady
Seahawks 43-36, getting
23 points from Jakia
Grimsley. Cottondale
trailed 22-21 at halftime
after a buzzer-beating 3-
pointer by Sam Snyder.
CHS regained the lead
with a four-point posses-
sion after a technical on
the South Walton coach,
which led to two free
throws from Grimsley and.
a put-back by Shay
Wright for a 27-22 edge.
A pair of buckets early
in the fourth by Grimsley
put the Lady Hornets up
39-32 with four minutes
to play. South Walton was
able to cut it to three on a
put-back by Tiffany
Snyder that made it 39-36
with 3:07 to play.
But Khadejah Ward
made a free throw with
1:31 to play, and Syrinna
Pope came up with a cru-
cial steal with 20 seconds
remaining to help seal the
win.


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The Lady Horniets couldn't take advan- shot to send the home crowd ihto a fren-
tage, however, anid Flournoy-came up zy. Graceville coach Jon Habali called
with a steal and was fouled with 1:14 timeout to set up a play. But Williams had
remaining in the game. the ball stolen from behind by Ward near
Flournoy missed the. first free throw, midcourt as time expired.
but made the second. The Lady Tigers got It's the third consecutive district title
the ball back with 47 seconds left after a for the Lady Hornets and the 'first under
turnover by Cottondale. Scurlock. The previous two district titles
Graceville gave it right back with a were won by current Cottondale boys
turnover of its own, with 43.2 on the coach Chris Obert, who Scurlock said has
clock. But when Cottondale. tried to been a mentor to her.
inbound the- ball, Tiara Sdrey stole the "I want to thank coach Obert for every-
pass from Shay Wright and laid the ball thirig he did for me and .this team," she
in the basket with 38 seconds left to give said. "From helping me, to teaching all
Graceville a 33-32 lead. the girls before I got here, he did a lot to
The Lady Hornets brought the ball help out behind the scenes."
back up the court, and Scurlock called The Lady Hornets' next opponent isn't
timeout with 16 seconds remainingg. yet certain, but their next game will be at
The ball was inbounded to Grimsley, home on Thursday at 7 p.m. in the first
who probed the defense for an opening, round of the 2A playoffs.
then took a hard dribble to the free throw Graceville will have to go on the road
line, pulled up and knocked dowh the in the first round.


Chipola
Continued From Page 1B


walking four, and striking three more in the fifth,
out seven,. then seven in the sixth. -
Chipola got a run in the The Indians came back
third, three..in the fourth, on Saturday and took a 4-


2 victory over Walters
State at the Fibercare
JUCO Baseball Classic in
Marianna.


Weekly fishing report



for local lakes, rivers


trailer combos along the
steeper channel ledges.
The more active fish'
continue to hold tightly to
cover of all kinds.
Along drop-offs near
grassy flats, Carolina-
rigged worms seem to
work best.
For very deep fish on
main-lake ledges, use jig-
ging spoons.
Crappie activity is
improving, but many of the
larger concentrations
remain suspended and,
finicky.
The hybrid bite is begin-
ning to pick up and catfish
are fair.
Bream remain slow.
L A K E
ANDREWS/CHATTA-
HOOCHEE RIVER On


the lake side of the dam,
fishing continues to be
extremely slow for now.
Conditions remain far
below normal and optimal
at present.
Much the same can be
said for most areas below
the dam, although there is
slight improvement in
white bass/hybrid/striper
activity and a few tailwater
catfish anglers have report-
ed fair to good catches of
late.
(Generation schedules,
pool levels, and other such
.information for area water-
ways may be obtained by'
calling toll-free 1-888-771-
4601. Follow the recorded
instructions, and access the
touch-tone for the
Apalachicola river system.)


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.Bass fishing is much
improved and fish are
reported to be moving from
deeper water toward the
shallow spawning areas.
Fish the traditional
migration "ditches" on flats
in the main lake for the best
results.
The best action right now'
is on the Flint River side of
the lake on flats where
grass is present.
Fish are said to be well
concentrated in these areas.
Lip-less crankbaits are the
recommended baits and the
suggested backup is a
Texas-rigged lizard' when
the crankbait bite is slow.
Crappies on the main-
lake ledges are biting a bit
more willingly, but are still
slow overall.
Bream and. hybrids
remain slow with the cat-
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weather continues to
change at, almost a
moment's notice.
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and water is relatively
warm, largemouths may
take a lip-less crankbait on
main-lake Hydrilla flats.'
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Team Standings
2/,1/2010
W-L'
1) Jackson BP 55-29
2) Now What 52-32
3) Adam's Funeral Home 46-38
4) Smith's Supermarket 45.5-38.5
5) Mary's Child Care 41-43
6) Whatever Whenever 38.5-45.5
7) Kindel Lanes 36-48
8) Wolf Pack 34-50
9) Whoops 29-55
High Team Game- Kindel Lanes 916
High Team Series- Adaft's Funeral
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High Game Female- Thelma Beloat
195
High Game Male- Lynn '& Calvin
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High Series Female- Thelma Beloat 532
High Series Male -Calvin Woodson
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Tuesday Morning Coffee League
Team Standings
2/2/2010
W-L
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2) Misfits 56.5-39.5
3) Champion Tile 54.5-41.5
4) Family Dentistry 53-43
5) Pacers 49.5-46.5
6) 1001 Uses 49-47
7) Gazebo 43.5-51.5
8) James & Sikes 43.5-52.5
9) Jim's Buffett & Grill 39-57
10)Marianna Animal Hospital 29.5-66.5
High Game Female- Bettie Grinsted
222
High Game Male- Jeff Kindelspire 224
High Series Female-Bettie Grinsted 566
High Series Male- Jeff Kindelspire 580
High Team Game- James & Sikes 945
High Team Series- James & Sikes 2661
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Goals
Continued From Page 1B
and Edenfield both proven and die by pitching. Maybe that our goal was to get
commodities in the circle, another year to mature and there," the coach said. "I
"That's a nice one-two develop will .really help don't remember the last
punch to have," Johnson them become even better." time Sneads got there, but
said. "Both girls are very That's the hope for the this team can do it. We
talented. Both have good entire team, with another have the hitting and the
control, and both have trip to the postseason not pitching to get there."
good stuff. I feel like our enough for Sneads. Making it tough will be
pitching and defense can "We did good last year, an expanded district that
keep opponents runs down. but we were pretty young. went from four teams to
If we can just generate just We had ,a lot of sopho- eight. It also now consists
a few runs on offense, we'll mores, so I hope all the of four district champions
be in good.shape." girls: have matured some and two district runners-up
Johnson said he expected over the summer and have from last season.
even more from Childs, a grown a little bit," Johnson "I don't think people
junior, and from senior said. "The goal this year is realize that they added four
Edenfield this season. not just to get out of the teams in district, and all
"We need to get a lot of district. Our goal is to get' four made the playoffs last
good production out of to the final four. We've got year," Johnson said. "It's
both of them," the coach the ingredients to get there probably the toughest dis-
said. "They both worked this year." trict around here. But we
hard on improving their Johnson said he has spo- have what it takes to get out
games, and they've both ken openly about a trip of there. I really believe
had another year to mature. down to Plant City to his that."
"Pitching is about 80 to players. SHS. opens the regular
90 percent of the game in "We discussed that on season on Feb. 15 at home
softball, so you kind of live the first day of practice, against Chipley at 6 p.m.


Hornets
Continued From Page 1B


play. After a. Marianna
timeout, Cottondale
designed an inbounds play
that allowed Dominique
Webb to toss a long, over-
the-shoulder pass to
Humose at the other end of
the court for an easy lay-up
with five seconds to play,
effectively icing the game.
Obert said that while the
game had no postseason
ramifications, the win was
very special for his team.
"It's a big win because
Marianna has been the best
team in the area for the past
few years," the coach said.
"We really had nothing to
lose. We were at home, we
were the underdog, and we
were playing in an electric
atmosphere. Honestly, it's
just a credit to (Marianna)
coach (Travis) Blanton to
where he's got their pro-
gram, for it to be such a big
win for us. I know they
wanted to win, but it was
probably a little bigger for
us than it was for them. I
hope we can build on it and
get out of district and make
a playoff run."
For the Bulldogs, it was
their first loss against a
county team after a 7-0
start this season.
MHS was on the ropes
Tuesday in Malone, trailing
by four late before rallying
to win. This time, there
would be no rally.
"Cottondale just took it
to us," Blanton said after
the game. "They did what
they had to do, and if you
give Chris Obert five days
to prepare for you, you're
fooling yourself if you take
them lightly."
Kruize Pinkins led
Marianna with 23 points,
with Bowers adding 20.
Pollock finished with 10
points for the Hornets, with
Bellamy adding nine.
However, it was
Humose, who transferred
to Cottondale from
Marianna after his 'fresh-
man year, who caused the
Bulldogs the most damage.
"Marcus is one of the
best guards in the area,"
Blanton said. "He did what
he knew he could do,
which was take us off the
dribble. We struggled with
that, and with Kruize being
in foul trouble, he wasn't
able to stand in the lane and
play defense how we want
him to."
Obert said he wasn't sur-
prised to see his senior step
up big in his last regular
season home game against
his former school. I
"We always need
(Humose) to come through
because he's our leader and
our best scorer," the coach


said. "He needed to have a
big game, and he controlled
the game and made others
better. To beat a team like
Marianna, you have to do
that.
"It's great for Marc


because he's a good kid. If
anybody deserves to have a
game like that on. that.
stage, he does. He's.a good
kid who works hard and
deserves everything he
gets." .
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1) Our Gang 55-37
2) Dan's Family 54-38
3) Backwoods Bowlers 50-42
4) AllState 49-43
5) Precision 46-46
6) Grassy Pond MiniStorage 46-46
7) Roll With It 46-46
8) Sonny's BBQ 45-47
9) Original Gamers 40-52
10) Just Spare Us 35-57
High Team Game- Dan's Family 949
939
High Team Series- Dan's Family 2710
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High Game Female- Vicki Gaffaney
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High Game Male- Jason Townsell 253
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2) DBBL Trouble 58-34
3) Hollis Body Shop 54-38
4) Kindel Pro Shop 53-39
5) Jay's Gang 50-42
6) Redwood Bay Lumber 45-47
7) Perfection's Car Wash 44-48
.8) Mr. Bingo 43.5-48.5
9) Split Decision 42.5-49.5
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Shih-Tzu pups 8 LG 2/1 in Marianna, sale POLARIS Ranger '06 Stratos '99 273
weeks, home raised nice kitchen, open 500, 4 x 4, /glass Intimidator, 17ft bass
shots & wormed. floor plan, w/d hkup, windshield, fiber- Johnson 150HP, need
Ozark 334 445-1290 yard/porch, pvt/safe glass roof, winch, a/t a 3 1/4 ton truck or
$600/mo850-352-2103 589 mud & snow tires $6500. 334-596-1694
250 hours, used on Wellcraft 88' 23 ft.
FreePetsPolicy meCareerSeeker Housesrm only, runs per- Center counsel, 225
r pet deeres a ct.$6,500. 334-775- Johnson outboard.
arpete.Anadnp30ai in- ustinTyler &o4 Home craeSae$85
Lot= s C clm nstrume t 1149 GUS Love Rd 3037/33406950139, 0. in electronics.
cemetary Lots (2) response from ind iduals MiniatureChamp r,- Oppoltunity 3BR/2BA Brick Pion-IIIIIII- -JJJJJ--JJ 2995
Meadow awn Memo- FOR SALE: who wil our animal for ship stere aRed I$1250 mo/$1250 dep 1325 sq. ft. 2/2 w/2 Camers/Travel
rial Enterprise Incl. Used Kohler and research or breeding pu Merle and Tr.. 500. 334-797-1517 Ig walk-in closets on 1999 17 foot Alumi Campers/Trave
Vaults & Headstones Campbell Piano. ose Plea scre re- Call after 6pm Health Food Store 4+ partially wooded craft 50 HP Mercury, Trailers
Current Value $6775 Price negotiable! n s rell hen 913530Baery, In- Austin Tyler & Assoc acres at 2993 Old US trailer, troll mo-
Asking $5000 BO Call: 334-6184290. an imalawa stre ventory & Equip- Quality homesfor Rd, Call850-482-5334 tor, depth finere Ne se
361-547-3376am nte Farm Equipment ment For Sale Call rent 850- 526-3355
a.Blondie's Mini Aussie 850-526-3339 or P014Ifor $2200 or trade
36rdEsat0a7s a4 ^ ^ ________ am.netfacbook I85-2339o "Property Mgmt is FSBO: 2560 sq ft. 3/2 w0114 3 Cr o Trae
Foun lYard&EstateSaes Birds Bees &FishJ Ran 414 MF Bottom 850-573-0838 our ONLY Business" w/barn on2acres for r rave
FOUND: Jack Russell Plows $450/ea & 4 -Nearly New 2.BR Possible owner fi- 2008 Fisher 1754 for an RV/ Travel
MOVIING SALE OU: Jack Russell 18" JD Flip Plows Home- Hwy 90 E nancing 850-209-8759 4hp mercury, 4- Trailer/ th wheel
Found: Lg. white Fe Everythin must go. Quail for Sale male dog Greenwood $550/ea 850-718-7750 $600/mo $250 dep troke, mtrguide '99-'04 with slide and
.8508272-0435 a0-5 details R .326301 g 468f Nice 3/1 CH/, hard bilge pump, live well, 2005 Gulfstream, 5th
merchandise8795 ___ w ood floors, Ig 334-798-0010 Wheel, 4 slideouts,
Clasifed IJ II k;r. bath $650/mo + FSBO 3BD/2BA
CatersSdawse yer'sdat dep. No pets. 850- -w--/STUDY, DR & 22 2ftSeaRay,$100 $29000
Cass d 6 Sawyer's Produce h 5 GRAND RM obo No Motor 256- 850-482-8256
Free 2 kttense have Fresh W/FIREPLACE, K 365-0328 29 ft. Fleetwood 1997,
ree: 2 kittens Produce and Several units avail. 4 w/BAR, UTIL. RM, assTracker 01 ro fully self contained,
r 850-482-4252 Frozen Peas. We rent MH/Apts & new NEWDECK, ro new bed, slide out &
-crack Pecans. rue. MSo&ew NEW DO Ki 175 40 hp.mercury, canopy, great condi-
l. Free to good home: 2 Rescued pup 334-7936690 Apartments incuse. Some until APPROX850-573-02210 tr tin. $8,700.334-797-
indoor/outdoor cats. (Peanut) in need Unfurnished inc 062 5.FT. $139,000,GONALES motor, depth finder, 127

HeCKSONisnedefunoruy573-0598 for m oa ofi 2/2 home for rentBwrdk 4 $ no
r dAlCHeis a un Bahia s eed ford sale fo. a. 3/ i SM 9rcruiser 350 MPI
Sectional: Tan suede, aking Deposits for n ar et Bascom, For info call COBRA 14260 hpboat. 45 Cherokee Trailer
qen and04283uyigir geunnt. ee amnatio 850-272-3210 Snap in carpet and
L UN 5 lood 850- r life please cal 3Y 34703 o R 1A in t, 2/1w n Mbie Hmes 70 acres $160/ac c s ed. 334-736I4de 2C34

LPN4 o 12 miles from Ner Compas Lk(400-1234 3 334de- 71-C
IO n needed for busy medicalto office. 850-573-0308. or334-449-2 $Mar1 family of 2, 631-5065
LOOKING FOR MATURE, exrn ie eq ei e pha t v n t mo pets 8505098817 COBRA 14' boat. 45 Cherokee Trailer '06
DEPENDABLE NEWSPAPER NA F PR a x es creation e rreid n e
CARRIERS CU E nursing li 32 hrsk 850-482-8333 Mariner lling mr. 28' L sls 8, i
Mail resumes to: 3031 Sixth Street, 2/1 in Grand Ridgntiaed $3500 -726-1434 new. $16,000. 334-
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LPN or Medical Assistant needed for Sneads $350/mo E Billingsley ling mtrcd/fm/am. Trailer w/1 slide,
850-5730308. Lic Broker $16,000. 334-347-1887 loaded REDUCED!
Ice River Sprincs takes great pride in or 334-449-0162 $2Like500 772- 631-0,50650.
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torHomes 'Automobiles Automobiles Automobiles ( Motorcycles Motorcycles port Utility Vehicles Sport Utility Vehicles Trailers-Tractors Vans
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Monoco Knight '06, HARLEY Davidson '03 Chevy '04 Tahoe, Range '99 Rover HSE Honda Odyssey '05
Save $25K or more. BMW'043301, black VW '00 New Beetle- RoadKing, 95" stage LS, Beige, 83000 4 rull, il.:.d. I'.< .:...L i.;Kmi. Silver
Diesel, 4 slides, 4300 w/tan leather, auto- Turbo, AT, sun-roof, 2, security, gps, oi miles,PW, PL, ir.. $ i5 i. 11'- "' '. i '.. leather mnt.
mi, many upgrades matic, sunroof, good leather, 5 CD/Cas- cooler, many extra's. Radio/CD, tinted *97r.,65 r-r .. .. :r, non-smoker
$159,700. 850-866- as mileage. 80k mi. i sette, runs great, ex- $10,500.334-803-5008 wdws, running bds, .'..! i 0 .-.r .de doors,
2774 $13,900 334-685-6233 ellent gas mileage HarleyDavidon 07' 14,000. 850-718- 7, r, rear AC
$5,500.334-790-2144 Classic 12,000700,56-5
Phaeton, 07 40ft4 BMW 95 5301, fully Kawasaki 09' ZX14 GREAT CONDITION Tahoe LT T.. 0't Lr, New ,i, I.i Tr:,i. ,,.:.. .:end. $13,000
slide-outs, 15K mi. loaded, 96K miles, JAGUAR '95 XJS VW '06 Passat, load- mi. Pearl white, load- Monster energy edi- Leather, Sunroot, used once, 70u0 334-393-8824
350 CAT diesel, white, excellent con- 110K $12,495 GREAT ed, blue/black, GPS, ed, great rice tion. pipes, power Bose Stereo GVWR, 2 axels, pd
Alrice tion. pipes, power Bose Stereo GVWR, 2 axels, pd
Allison 6s7. diesel dition $6,000 00 CLASSIS. WEST MAIN sattalite radio, new $15,000. rm 612-396- commander, high New BFG Tires, $1935 asking $1600 .
gen.4 frig w/ 334-703-3784 CAR SALES LLC tires, like new inside 9898 or 334-673-3837 flow air filter, low Brakes, Rear 850-569-2262
icemaker, W/D in ES L &out. 119K, movingmi
motion satellite dish, CADILLAC '06 DTS 334-699-5880. outs. 1 m ing 3mi $10,5002. r ir A al A I I Trailer: tip utility
oveseas. $12.000- 334-790-1852. rKiIle 4x8 small
rear & side cameras, Exc. cond., leather JEEP '06 Wrangler, 334-34' ,0414 OBu 34 ., .245 w style 4x8 small
Home theater sys. seats, 4dr, beige int.. soft top 49K miles, 2 Vw Rabbt.Moo Motor Scooter wee- PLYMOUTH 96 Gand
Leather euro recliner, fully loaded. $12,900. door, auto, 4 wheel VW07 Rbb 200miBlue Chevy f e 1525 Voyager, 4 new tires,
desk, King bed, 334-701-1836 drive.$13,500. 334- mnual.34.ally $1650 850- 258-1638 49,100 m leather, Station Wagonstowng package new
Brake-Buddy for tow$1650850258-1638 00 m lete, tatonanew tires, power, ans powersteering
newtires, power, Vansump,veryclean,
car. Garage stored Cadillac'94 685-0846 nevw,$11,800 nverynice.c18,995Da
Many other ostiond. Fleetwood Broug- a334983839 HARLEY DAVIDSON SUZUKI '05C50, ery very nice0-18,995 puwm aaery $3l 50o
$160,000. ham. Top cond., fully '08 1200 Sportter clean, w/extras, i1978 Chevy Step Van, OBO 334-687-9845 or
334-797-3617. restore $5,200. OBO Antes Custom, 108 miles, $3600334-618-5966 Chevy Tahoe'04 Z71, does not run, $500 334355-1118
REDUCED 33 693-3980warranty, Like new. United Motor Scooter 58K, white, tan interi- NEG. 334-347-0619
'03 Class A Monoco CHEVROLET '08 1974 Chevrolet $8,700, 334-702-4778. '08.80mpg, 1000 mi.'s ,90. 33479a g ca2812 Chevy 03' Astro van Wanted:
La Palma. 2 slides. Corvette convertible, Camar LT 35 V8 $1$3000. mfw 445-6302 0.334791-2812 Lt pack. 61K actual Automobiles
11i bath. Loaded! Bla Kia 04 Optinma L4 sp. fac.tr, ac., re. E tr id s -Chevy Trailblazer 08' Olds '96 Ciera SL, mi. rear air very nice
Incl.cardolle&all cond., garage kept storation project, slide Classic Yamaha-01 RoadStar black, LS 31K mi. A/C wagon V-6loaded cond. $7,800. OBO
furnishings (do4ishes, $55,000 3340692-56244di Corvair for parts
furnishings she's, $55000.334-692-5624 44,0 miles 80% complete. NADA 4000 mwarrenty ls, ear Midnight Ed 1600, & Rear air Exc. Cond. 30,000 miles, like new 347-5560 after 6pm Corvair for parts
334-790-3480. 3347 9 askrg $9.500. 334 $1000.334-618-4430 Black5900.00, OBO Chrysler 95 Voyager, 334-678-6990
693 5454 Harley Davidson '08 (334)655-9111 Ford '98 Explorer, Trailers-Tractors V6,auto,seats 8,
RVs/Cmers 9heLow Rider, less than $575 down, 0% Inter-T u ck o, s-Heavya
W a r, te69 Corverl le Malibu 3K m. black, warran- YAMAHA 04Roadt Auto Fi- new tires, NOW Trucks-Heavy
i llato, PB3. PS. Rted B ak ry. perfect cond. Star, low miles $4000 nancing. 1-800-470- 2 HP Case $1975 850-592
.. j Runs & Drive Great ary extras. $13,500 OBO 334-695-0019 06509am/9pm /International Trac- 2832
Runs_ ðtra n_00_c_ tor w/ 8 implemsents2
S 514.900 Ubo. 850.526-2790 Hummer '06 H3. 41k $8.500.850-2637406 Dodge '05 Caravan,
r,(334)618-0585 Harley Davidconr 96 mies. mood rr, roof. Bushhog 9044 frel dual air. DVD. pwr
Etb.L-y, red & LSaletir ai.-ailr Ir kE-pt B ils liil^ ll^ L
asp-La .beCHEVROLET '09 Lexus '00 ES300 F lItb. red b. write, l eater sa. saln, reav.r, eltr kept ,bt3 j1, ,,J : .
mart. 92r00omiles. Plae,7,2 Mdet 98K.raoe. $8.5ui. 5. $22,495 iBO.7989695c 34;-4'283 or -0;4.447 -
1. do.)r, -automatic Main Car Sales LLC &3A499-122 a5l2 DODGE 91 Car ;n "
Conquest 05' 29f transmirnsion, Like 1919 West Main St. ..FORD 1 c con

over payments 334- terror, 2WD, ABS, AC, parts cart c 1958 MoII 8Me rd w ,:ea, monlu ob, e:, Dodge '97 Grand$Car-9 1Bi Mndii.7 $ ,
798-4462 Warranty AM/FM, bucket seats 3 curyTurnpikeCruis- end. ,...r 1 IS cnr aion Ai15ly 08 xxxDodge Ram1500iles

CD, cruise, driver er 4 door,black, & cl. s ssy ar, Jeese, p9w87 Wrangler OcI Only280xM00 e
tran~portao airbag, passenger Power back '. guard. cover & tr.cle Jeep 04' Wrj, glr X Gandy 4 rw nre clean. 2,000 334-648- $23,500.700
airbag PL, PS, PW windshield.Gigantic Harley Spornster 06' chger. 6.200 334- 4.uL bl 55 4WD cide Ic .:r 5817 (334)379-8733
8418 but & Hines Short Shots, kesscomcastnet a/fm/cd/mp3, alloy two chemicals Van Good cond. Lariat Exc. Cond.
l US'2 RX 300 92K need a few parts braided lines, 8,900 whs Mopar bmpr & mounted on tool bar $1400. 334-791-9099 13,176 Mi. $36,000
cerol wte, ap- $W1,900 LIKE NE W. $2000 cash or need a mi $7,995. 794-8037 grIl grd. Exc. Cond. Good condition. $400. Truck is fully loaded
mies 0K extra clean S T AIN LLC pickup s will trade' ownr-3 rd car 229-758-3146 or 229- 850-569-2840
miles, extra clean, SALES L HD '97, -_-b Pew- 0o 4 00-5184 fbuddy70digitaeilli.Tom
S $4300 1919 WEST MAIN ST foragood work ter & Black, lowered, LOW MILES 37,300 400-5184 buddydigialepcom
3349 truck.Ca/text 796- garage kept .12k mi, $17,999. Chevrolet '06 1500
Chevrolet 94 Lexus '08 8 X-350 weekends only pI Must see. $11k OBO. INCOME ilverado WT, ex-
W helv Berettas $1200, white w/tan leather C'dale 850-352-4342 Yamaha'07 Vtar JEEP 1987 Wrangler OPPORTUNIT tended cab. Good
r334-596-0490 sunroof, dual power GolfCat 1300 Tour. fuel inect 44. ac, ps, ac, at, STAINLESS cond., $9,500. OBO
seats 45.600 mi. el, cover & helmet. new engine/trans/ STEAL, DINER Ford 95' Windstar 334-798-3352
STYLE Van selling for parts
SYama -cycle CONCESSION only $500. 334-691- CHEVROLET -'08
Lincoln 0 Eove d 1200.$6.990. 334 74. 00 Nissan 4 rao TRAILER 2987 334-701-5516 2500 Duramax LTZ
SreS103Ki loaded., new tires, INCLUDES Loaded Z71 36K
GRIDDLE, HOT& Ford '98 Windstar, miles, 4 door,
Wr3irdws, st Motorcycles Honda 01' Ree YAMAHA '08 V-star color pewter, leather DTRAYS, $475 down, 0% Inter- automanual trans-
Che '2Camaro sI- w umbar leather Scooter maroon, 250, burundylow t. 72,55K m. BOILING TRAYS, est. Daylight Auto Fi- mission, Like New
Son newre adult 4-str miles. Line Ask- $13,900 334- TRIPLE SINK nancing 1-800-470- condition, black exte
Sonedivtion. adult la M dri en s c. nerd mpg/mph $2100. n, g $2,695., 334-693- 673-0823 $9,000. OBO 0650 9am/9pm rior, blackinterior,
owner opera llawl e.s 6.900 csrh ,rrr, 20 10 62 5454 NISSAN '06Patinrd- 334-389-2816 GMC "hr Svar, rr, WO.
leather. new tires. 4 0-482 -r LE. 270rp. or.e i :.pe a n. Iater,,:r. 4 n' 12.9
92K. V-6. 30 mpg ..'.e audio 6 dic CD Lilliston 6000. field power. Qtbed. 2 TV's
2006 Bad Boy Buggy. hwy, pristine tend. Lincoln Town Car '91 3 -- remote i c le e o, try ready. rielter kept. per', cl,. b n.b) e Ford 502 XLT.
all electric, in Great $7,650., 334-684-2006 V8 motor, mint cond .,P 34.263 ilde,. 19.i000. 1 1000. 334.347.r42 3 rea-.jj 54.395 't red. 4WD. Tritfr,
Condition. Finished in burgundy, 39,390. '06 D Dyna We '05 Scooter. 90mpg. 334-79. 1544 ,:.r 334-447-2572 7?4'3-94 :33 1291 .54L enq. 104.168
conditiR.FinisEVERgu _____dy 9,0. 06 ARLEY Dav__idsonc._He avy Dt 1 super Crevi,;Cab.
Realtree Hardwoods. Chevy '04 Cavalier New tires, nice int., Glide F R DWG. Black. -N *. e ew ow ute0. 01 oo.T re' .too.
Full windshield,2 gun 4DR AC Low miles, needs back shocks. Like ,5ew. cu tom. I e w low mile Nissan '09 Rogue. 20k Tractor 1940 FORD 9 I irm.:ut, '99' Grran tre. ti b' .
racks, winch, front. GREAT GAS MILEAGE, $2000. 334-897-5482. 6600 mi14.750. 404- Must see. 1200 O miile.. iad". white runs. rgeea o2ver r,8ul V,, r.r $ 30,. LI C.1u,. i34-1 8.9 1212
basket, roof basket NICE CAR, LOW 5082-739 $1000 334.790.6 00 i800B 08D 26.1434 i hn.ct 5 .2r 34.Jea,4.
and battery charger. PAiMENTS! $300" rutninsong.com7
(334)SL8-9488 do- dvon S199 per Mo. Honda -0, 5. nnswsh i
GCalld34-791-8243 Ask '. 2003 YZ 125. bought VTX1300R/S Beauti-
Chevrolet '02 for StCeve Hatcher nevw in7 205. $20Ou. ful Candy Black Cher-
Silverado V8 LS Ext. a20071Z3rF25 reat ry or 2 in a
cab 112,000 mi heavy '05 Monte Car ry, over 2000 in ac-
good condition. 0 Cust. paint Criar. *. tar ned. $4000 B i cessories. 8k miles,
7,800. 334-790-1326 Gray Mny u t. Mazda 03' Protege 5 40oth or $5000. asking $5700
OBO.334-475-6267 $5,993. Good cond. Cruiser Like New
or 475-0084 334-701-3453 '92 Goldwing, 60k 4200 MiL $6600 08
Chevy 1969 Camar '06 miles. red exc. paint 334-806-1322
h uew 1 rangr SivrMazda '06 RX .. & running cond.
Z2 blac r t. moran uage Silver. ec. cond.. 000 850 445-2915 Honda 06' Rebel Solid
et blaec ,$9000.n ru 3n.716miles. S16.500 leave me sage white windshield &
4-seed3 $ -30-139 flams 000. tire-sadie bags 2600 mle yon $0 Ee i t r 3 v t r100.40 sie e
256.278.42,76 FZ SuZuk, 5079' col- lal ba 36 m
Select or ten, l cy2 3326 334-714-1110 2007 Dodge Caliber 52" floor model flat Bundy Flute King, firm support, 4" Pocket 22 revolver
Chrystler 30066. .o -. stroke scooter, or- Sush Mats w/logo, screen tv, good cond. w/Case $40 thick memory foam $140 850-569-2194
,..v Chrystler 300 '66 ico, H .Ss- et -f' or.ffc new, $50,,.50,.,,,3i ^467-
Convertible. Red. ange. ec cond, HONDA '06 Shadow, set of 4,like new, $50 $350 OBO 305-467- 850-526-3426 mattress topper. Prehung Trailor
NISSAN 0- 0 T 526.4126 W I 334-774-2521334-774- miles, LIKE NEW, orcor it H EtyDo
Runs goo, 5101 860. trdetlega l$124957 Ca ndyL A lel Red, 2.8 850-482-5874 7679 Contractors Job site $150 850-272-4074 House Entry Door,
NISSAN A'07CTtarG 2773 after 5 P.M. $5,300 229-334-8520, 21 speed Roadmaster Amyrilla for sale: box, lockable steel, Ladies Golf Clubs New $75 850-2721
OFF ROAD PACKAGE, 334-355-1202 mens bike, $100 850- $15/doz. Discount for $150 850-272-8967 w/bag, cart, umbrel-( 8967
NEW TIRES,NEVER Mazda 5, 07' Grand- HARLEY Davidson 01334-355-1202 408-1183 bulk sales. Call Paul bia, the works $95 Quilting Fabric
BEEN OFF ROAD OR touring, exc cond re Road King Police, HONDA '98 Valkyrie 2 Brown book- 850-482-4285 Cornerslass dwoors/3 850-482-5215 200 Quiltingpcs. $1 ea.
SEEN MUD. SUPER hin whi ex cond __,__ _iles. White, w2 _Brow shelves, glass doors 85_8251 200_ __ $1 ea.
EN UD .PER m warr. 48K 16,500 miles. White, Tourer all original, shelves, 70" w/5 Audiovox Cruise $35 850-482-5215 Lighted Curio Cabi- 850-526-3426
CLEAN TRUCK. mi. black $11,500 clean & shop kept. low miles, runs great shelves$25/ea 850- Control- still irt box, D g e -
ROCKFORD FOSGATE 334-445-3652 or 256- $11,000. 334-774-3663 asking $6,500 080 592-3261 fits most cars $75 Dressers- Two (2) net $65850-592-3261 **efrigerator**-
STEREO,REAR LOCK- 452-8026 HARLEY DAVIDSON 334-693-5454 s most cars 75 wooden dressers. Maytag white side by
ING DIFF.TOWING Corvette '81 2-camo brown for 850-569-2194 One (1) with mirror. Mahogany coffee ta side, ice and water in
PACKAGE. ALSO ON Automatic 350 Mercedes '04 Benz '02 Fatboy with lots Kawasaki '08 Vulcan boat seats w/ swivel Bks by LaVyrle $50 (850592-2881 ble & end tables the door. $245
AUTOTRADER.COM (Silver) sell as is E320, sports pack of Chrome Black, 900 custom, 2400 $45. 12V troolingmeo- S-encer,MaeVe Exide p u i/marble tops (850)209-7679
a Automobiles $ 0 3 037 im p wnsik SpenerM ent xd premium car $100/ca 850-592-3261
FOR MORE PICTURES$6000age, charco/bak $10,250352-303-2713 miles, windshield, tor $70.850-482-3285 Binchey $1/ea850- battery (top post),$10592-3261 Stove $150, Fridge
ANDmiles, INFO.TE E22500xteri 334-774-1915 $17,000. 334-806-7190K miles. Heritage Classic,'0 lots duced to $5700. 334- 2 Cross Stich Charts, 482-5215 like.new $40 850-569- M&M collectables $2 $150, Dishwasher
miles, u$ 3aWHITEd r Ret03e34tion71nd. R- b [ e ps tc
Heritage Classic, lots Honda36 C G y 4 5e4,11-1r ince ss o 5 n..1B2i v9 4iiuar flo i r an-tique329 a l we g ood
4WD, $22,985 original owner, 5 white w/tan leather, $13,000.OBO. 334- 20 ea 850-Bride82-5215 1ea 850.4e2.52 L boxe 25 ng, Orac sa rs Upright Piano, cabi-
(334)268-3900 speed, fuel injected, sunroof, 3rd row 588-2409/798-9478 $20Frea 5-425$ 5 $ i0-Bat8Tr 4r2tit Bat newtboxes, 2508sq teacups & saucers,. t good cnd$4
180 k miles some seat, 99,300 m. Harley Davidson 02' r or b 85 BO at Tra ler- it boat ft/box, $10 ea 850- $4/ea 850-592-32611
Aviation rust, runs but needs $17,900 334-685-6233 Heritage Softail orrS1_5,0_new_3 '6es,_272-8967_80-48-- 116---
Swork. $2500 OBO 850- Mitsubishi99 Springer like new, to 569 28 wIth spare. hea du- Ivory /Pastel Rose Patio Set- table & 4 Whirlpool dishwash-
1946 Sport Pilot 579- 2136 Iv msg Mont lo miles many ext. to list 2 M&M character ty rollers. wail lacc- tapestry sofa chairs, white metal er, works on lower
Ercoupe. Surf Fisher '07,171060 hp $5000. 334-899-370 ow miles, 4,600 mi. $12,000 ri r.nc..: ks $30 ea 850- omodate, I 't hrboat, w/mahogany trim $60 (850)482-5434 rack, $30 obo.
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/eaachapter1193/E41 loaded; garage kept. Nissan '05 Altima, 2.5 Honda'07 Shadow Bike, carbon exh., nw Aerator,(fertilizer) (850)482-2289 Nice Wicker 2 tables games & 2 control- Wild Blue Modem,
resq.htm or e-mail Less than rs. Warr. S,5 speed,EDUC 32k mi. red/bik flames $4000. tires, brakes, 334- used only once $100 Electric typewriter, 3 chairs 1 loveseat lers $100 850-408- works like new, $150
pwcofor21morh@eyahoo 334-70143-1,83 e11.900 nw850-482-2994 726-1434/677-5489 693-9390 or 701-5588 OBO 850-594-1024 $15 850-482-5215 $30ea 850-526-3426 1183850-272-4680
information. Ford "04 Crown Vcto- Nissan '07 Altima
Flight Club Share '83 .a LX. I.adedd. 55o 2.5SL. Black. 34.200
Cessna 172 & 182. miles. drivE 5 like a ml.. boe .stereo.
hangard in Mar. exc. dream. $5; 00 321- moon roof. spoiler. --
cond. $2000 850-569- 231 663.. leather ,nt. veryX
2969 clean, Like new.
334-372- 0702 or
Aobiles N.7334-432-0302.
1995 Buick Lasabre, Nissan '08 Alhima
Custom V6, low mile- UNDER WARRANTr, ',. -
age, 23,560 miles, LIKE NEW! $200 down
$7000. OBO Ford '65 T Brd. autO. $269 per mro Call Ron
334-347-0619 390 4bbl. slide stee-r- Elhis 334 714 0028
ing. 69K midle. 56$.995
TLb 0o. 334671 5051or BUY ME!
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BMW 545i sedan, 4 Ford '93 Taurus. runs Nissan '08 Altima.
door,loaded,V8 good. neid AC. white. gray Interor.
super clean, 50Kmi. $2200. 1-334-475-1723 sunroof. alloye nis.
new brakes & tires 334K-Miles.$16,000.
$21,900. 334-701-5550 Ford 9t' Econline Van 334K mile. 16,000. Sri
d cond., clean, Bulldozing I Services Offered [Services ed maid/Housekeeping) Musical ( Self Storage
50034-7932142 Pontiac G6GT Instrument Repair
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re ranl T- Po,4hu '98 Grand Am I will sit with On,,ed & Operated By': or Office pelinm th (,,( ,,lh',l .
dFORD '0$ d .i L1K obL, .u i850,60. 5554 eaL Dayni,0t Iute Grader Pan elderly. CNA 20 y lon Eero'ience i. sA Hielg.. _. ...
miles, 6-CD sound 4K'- nancing 1-800-470- Excavator Certified. Will do i atounle PIrPs
system $11,500 OBO8 K L0650a/p Dump Truck light housekeeping vii oCiev: H,,,, e e. Call Debra from my he r,, P,. I thmlh. <, t
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2003 Toyota Camry black leather, sun- med a Nes lie? Sales & Installation improvement caih .anw SHELBY
power, sunroof, $9,500. 334-726-1215 Toyota 07' Camry Check out the Cleassifeds Retention Ponds Put over 30 yrs. Home Improvement 850-299-6838
AM/FM cass.6 CD Honda '06 Civic, Gray CE 4cyl auto, p, AC&HeatGradin Experiefnc to D LE N _,_,] -Homelmprovement_
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693-2099 ask for $11,500. 334-243-4166 62,300 miles. Can T S 'l r A' GIFT CERTIFICUES
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$ 13,900. OB Land ring i -vis iscovi. Repairs Additins ME ORKS
334--24 Mon-Fri 9-4:30 Remodeling "Beautification
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Black 5 SPD Loaded $15,900.334-687-3171 ranty. Not on recall Call Rand General Repairs
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transportation Trucks-Heavy DutYj Legal Ads [ Legal No. ,
Organizations chosen
sictious Name J to receive funds
l must: 1) be private
Indialn Sprin S e LF14844 voluntary non profits
I NOTICE OF ment, 2) have an ac-
REAL ESTATE j CarSeeker Pr INTENTION TO counting system, 3)
UjA L EST1ATE 1 _____FORD '05 FISO Lariet REGISTER practice non-
4 44.5.4LT, Fully load FICTITIOUS NAME discrimination 14)
5035 Hw 90 unrf, 4dr, 72K Notice is hereby iv- the capability to de-
MIVarianna, FL 32446 1.500.334-791-5282 en that the un er-liver emergency food
Signed, under the and/or shelter pro-
(850 526-2478 ". ---- -i r pro.,si.:.r, of Chapter grams, 5) if they are
( ) 26-2 -2,7 (section a private voluntary
1 865.09 Laws of Flori- organization, they
da will register with must have a volunta-
Fax (850) 482-3121 WArae Div-sion of Cor- myboard 6) provide
Chevy '04 Silverado porations. Florida De- the agency's DUNN
iit o on the It\'eb at 35. T... Sarpe6 apartment of State the number and 7) the
isit us on he Itb (1 35u0. 1 Torn. .Sharp. Ford *'06 F350,Diesel, Fictitious name to- agency must certify
DuramaI. 6.6L. Dually 4WD. clean, 50k mi, wit: tha they have not
www.lndlanSpringsRealEslale.nel Tow Pkg rjower trail. gooseneck hitch, been debarred or
ing mirrors. crew $25k. 850-569-2262 FIVE-O suspended from re-
cab, elI. ted. Loaded Ford 07 Fi50 XLT PILOT/ESCORT ceaiving Federal .
Ford '07 F150 XLT SERVICE funds. Qualifying or-
$23,000. supercrew, 4X4 5.4L, ganizations are
2007 Copper Cannon lie, fuel, dark blue under which I am en- urged to apply.
Keystone 5th wheel w vbed cover, 144K gaged in business at
w. 2 slides, sharp. mi. pwr, CC, $14,500 4848 DAVIS DR. MA- Jackson County dis-
Call for details. 334 714-6999 RIANNA, FL. 32446 tribute Emergency
Food and Shelter
$34,.O- sh06 I iat the part y Initer funds last year with
j _."__"__._,_. ", 7:ested in said busi- the Salvation Army
CUTE HOME IN SNEADS Chevy 04' Siverado -r1 ness is as follows: and Chipola Christian
.: ,,:-., ,,- .-.,.. d:: --.-*. wnile4-dr. loaded. 1 -Ministry Center par-
-..L a.., h. -:.. .. *.,.:- 8i7K mi. Ecc. con . Kevin Barber ticipating. These
R. ..,f--,rhi, -. raio systm 4848 Davis Dr. agencies were re-
.Tf ..-:.. ,,., ..-, ..-m ;.. $16 500.*34-61aa17 n se a na, FI32446 sponsible for assist-
: 6,. 3-618.001 Ford 68 F100 step Mananna, Fl 32446 residents in Jack-
::-. i:,t-. .t S .i'&' CHEVY 66. custom sid,. SACERFlCE 1 son County with util-
...E ,,; ,. CEV86.8 ps'pb. swb. auto., MUST SELL DUE TO Legties and food.
1run.s & 0. gcod. HEALTH PROB., runs
Needs some work. great 18K mi. black, LF14821 Public or private vol-
$2,500 334 735-5404 MSTA $3,300 obo. untary organizations
1Chev 71 El Carno. 334-671-3772. PUBLIC NOTICE interested in apply-
Chevy '71 El Camino. Ing for Emergency
350 Engine. $7500 FORD '77, F100, 350, JACKSON COUNTY Food and Shelter
850.594 3282 V6. long wheel base, HAS BEEN AWARDED Program funds must
CHEVY 87 aelu C10 auto. ps/pb, runs & FEDERAL FUNDS UN- contact the Local
Red w.b lk stripes. look good.$2,500. DER THE EMERGEN- Board for an applica-
SHORT SALE OPPORTUNITY $2000. 334.714.9558 334-735-5404 CY FOOD AND SHEL- tion. You may call
,-] ^ i...."-".I FORD " "77 n ,'""TER NATIONAL Renee' Scurlock at
.. ,.... : -, Chevy 91' 1500 Short FORD '77 Fl00 BOARD PROGRAM. 850/718-0008 for ap-
;. :- bedV auto n tcy.. short wheel plication information.
Z ,:... ., : ... paint good cond. base, runs & looks Jackson County has The deadline for ap-
S 1. l- .,, .,. 2,500. OBO 334.798- good.$2.500.00. been chosen to re- plying is 4:00 p.m. on
S. ..:. I: ,i C. '.4 sooo 1768 34-13.504___ ceive $23,009 to sup- February 16,2010.
food and shelter pro- Want to
h:'--^.:r '. grams in the County.
Thade selection was I your
Board that is chaired
Ford 83' Fl00, NEW by the Department of automobile?
AC. P.S., paint. Homeland Security's
dinner car.4 Federal Emergency
becillner & carb. 94 Management Agency Place
*ArSON CHo.ITN, A C -.I oANA Eng 6ciyl. e,Ac. cond
$4.000. OBO 983.4941 and consists Oa rep-
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h 'IH 1 "r auto overdrive low Catholic Charities,
S L; S' ; .. i miles. e)c..cond. USA: National Coun-
Pln edt EOUCiDSX125o S,c'05 *. 334 .94-2134 ci aof the Churches of
a l*The Salvation Army;
-- l united Jewish Com- LF14842
munities and United
Navistar '98 Eagle, Way of America. The REQUEST FOR
with 525E Cummings Local Board was PROPOSALS FOR
REDUCED $5500. obo engine. new tires. all charged to distribute PROJECT MANAGE-
equipment included. funds appropriated MENT SERVICES
excellent running by Congress to help PURSUANT TO
.Dodge '98 Ram 1500 condition.S$10.500. expand the capabill- FLORIDA STATUTE
GRAND RIDGE CITY UMITS[ Xcab. $575 down0. a0- 3348035072 or 334- ty of food and shelter 287.055
w- RANDI:-. G C- IT MI ,.-i",.... .V.0Interest Daylight A 899.6594 programs in high-
v :. ::- I Finr dancing 1-800-need areas around Pursuant to Florida
rh :-. r -:. ,-470-0650, a. m the country. Statute 287.055, Jack-
Ie 470-0650 9am,9pm son County Hospital
-..,,DODGE RAM'04. 1500 A Local Board made District is seeking
ML Si"n' iea"j 5.7 Hemi. silver.2wd. up of (United Way, professional project
i:Au n, AutOi ''.' 76K mi., many xtras Council on Aging, management serv-
20" chr. wh.. 13K Children and Fami- ices for renovations
obo., 334-435-6320 a '9 lies. Baptist Associa- and construction
K NISSAN '99frontier tbon, Catholic Chari- projects at its exist-
Ford '00 Ranger. 101K 4 cy. ac, at, extended ties, Jewishl Federa- ing Hospital. The
miles. manual. new cab, bed liner, new tion, Emergency successful firm shall
tires $4400 OBO. tires. 136K, exc. cond Management, Veter- be selected through
334-693.0685- 3.995.334-691-2987 ans Affairs, Former the Competitive Se-
3 *S nRecipient of EFSP election Process iden-
Sonoma '0 3 G IMC funds, Salvation Ar- tified in Florida Stat-
A mytel a. V and Red Cross) ute 287.055. The
MOVE RIGHT IN .Ergine Automa.c I determine how terms of the Reguest
-A -i-: .:, ..*. Power brakes & the funds awarded to for Proposals will, be
.....tLi-,, .,.....I'7, -8 0:,9,C a....l 2.06", n Jackson County are available on Febru-
S..........-- 7.800. Call 7920603. to be distributed ary 1st. Interested
,,r, ., w.i ,1, .--.-,- i,-ii,-it. Ford '01 Ranger Edge among the emergen- firms may apply by
S.. ...... 76.000miles. 4 cyl. NEED TO cy food and shelter contacting Brooke
.' '.i ii... ,....-. 5 speed. net.r.s programs run by lo- Donaldson, Assistant
Evcclleirt $5895 PLACE cal service agencies Administrator, Jack-
334-790 7959 in the area. The Lo- son County Hospital
FORD '02 F-250, Quad AN AD? cal Board is responsi- District, 4250 Hospi-
Bca^bLariat, leather ble for recommend- tal Drive, Marianna,
Sarat,pleather ing agencies to re- FL 32446 (850) 718-
Dseats, power, wre lt's simple, ceive these funds 2625. The deadline
Diesil. new tires, and any additional for submission is 5:00
128K.13.800 all one our friendly funds available un- PM CST on the 8th of
334899-0099 Classified rresentatives der this phase of the March, 2010. All pro-
FORD '07 F250 Super representatives program.ase posals received will
NEW CONSTRUCTION Duty V-8 Crew Can and they will he be opened on March
- ,. ... ,..,, XLT. 2WD. 18K miles. ey under the terms of 9th at9:00AM In the
..: .' -" Tan. $32,000 334-688- glad to assist you. the grant from the Boardroom at Jack-
:-., .., .,.:- .8606. 334-695.0688 National Board, local son Hospital.


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2009 CHEVY HHR LT
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2008 BUICK LUCERNe CXL
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$10,988


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SUNROOF, LEATHER, 3RD Row, #902483





$16,888

2006 GADILLAC STS
REMOTE START,. LEATHER,
BOSE, ON SALE #9004859


$19,188

2006 CHEwV SILWRADO
LT CHnw CA .
EXTREMELY RARE FIND, SUNROOF, DVD.
LEATHER, 4x4, Tow PKG. WOWI #9104885


$24,788

2007 CHEv AVALANCHE LT
4WD, LEATHER STEP RAILS,
Tow PKG. #9004855


*29,888

2008 CHEVY SILVERADO
2500 HD, CREW CAB, 4WD, LTZ.
BRUSH GUARD, LOADED, #9004886


$43.288


2005 CHmVv SILVERADO
REG CAB 4x4
AUTO, READY To Go HUNTING, #9829001





13,488

2009 CHEVY MALIU LT2
LEATHER, WOOD GRAIN DASH,
PWR SEAT. MUST GO! #9004882


s18,088

2009 DODGE
CHARGER SXT
SHARP. SPORTY, FUN To DRIVE, #9004894


$19,288

2004 CHEVY SSR
LEATHER.-ONLY 21K. MUST DRIVE!
#5162004


$24.888


2008 GMC SIERRA SLT
;REW CAB. 4WD, LEATHER, Z71. #5058001


$30.988


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