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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 14, 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)-
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
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FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER


Friday marked an event that hasn't hap-
pened in two decades flakes filled the sky
in parts of the
Sunshine State.
According to the
National Weather
[ i i '- Service in
'Tallahassee, Jackson
County didn't see
enough snow to
trace an actual
amount, with most
Visit us online flurries melting
to view video upon landing. But
officials say more
and photos than likely, there was
of the snow about a half-inch or
less. Weather serv-
from around ice officials reported
the county. that Friday was the
first time the area
has seen this amount of snow since Dec. 23,
1989.
This wintry weather came courtesy of a
low-pressure system to the south, combined
with Gulf moisture and cold temperatures,
according to weather service officials.
Flakes fell from Texas to the Florida
Panhandle and headed north, bringing a rare
white landscape to areas that haven't seen
snow for a decade or more. Just the anticipa-
tion of snow.was enough to close schools and
businesses around the region.
Although Jackson County schools'
remained in session, many students' made it,
outside to see the rare winter sight.
With all the hype and excitement through-
out the week of a possible winter storm, resi-
dents anxiously stared out their windows
Friday morning hoping to see the white flur-,
ries.
The first to see more flakes than rain were
those along the Florida-Alabama state line.
Graceville and Campbellton reported snow
See SNOW, Page 11A


to review

competing

reports
BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER.
The .Jackson County
Commission has scheduled a spe-
cial session to talk more about the
air quality problems and other
issues at the Emergency
Operations Center. That office
opened just a year ago and 'has
been plagued by mold.
The session is set for 4 p.m. on
Tuesday, Feb. 23, two hours
ahead of the commission's regu-
lar meeting. The special meeting
agenda is open to examine other
matters, but the building is
expected to be the main topic of
discussion.
Shortly after the building
opened in 2008, staff began to
complain of problems they sus-
pected were related to air quality.
A consultant was eventually
brought in by the county to look
into the matter. She delivered a
lengthy set of recommendations
late last month, which included
the removal and replacement of
exterior blocks, the roof and
many other remedies..
The county has been communi-
cating with both the design pro-
fessional, Paul A. Donofro and
Associates, as well as the con-
tractor, Whiterock and
See REPORTS, Page 11A 0


Parents address board about possible student switch


BY ASHLEY McKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
A few concerned parents
attended the Jackson
County School Board
workshop Thursday with
about a proposal for Grand
Ridge and Sneads
Elementary School stu-
dents.
In a town hall meeting on
Jan. 21, Superintendent
Lee Miller spoke to a group
of parents of Sneads
Elementary students,, and
discussed the issue of a,
possible switch of Grand
Ridge School students with
Sneads.
Miller explained he was,
thinking of moving Sneads
fifth grade students to
Grand Ridge, and also
moving Grand Ridge's
kindergarten through
fourth grade students to


Maria White's" fifth grade class at Sneads Elementary
School works on its reading and testing Friday.This is
one of the classes that may be moved to Grand Ridge
School if approved by the Jackson County School
Board. Mark Skinner / Floridan


Sneads Elementary.
"Basically we are look-
ing to better utilize our


resources and address the
issue of class size over at
Grand Ridge," Miller said


in a. phone interview
Friday. "I also would like
to see Grand Ridge as a
true middle school."
Miller said he could not
speak on behalf of the
board, but his vision is to
possibly address the issue
of class size at Grand
Ridge and work towards
giving the school a "true
middle school" status.
Currently, Grand Ridge
School consists of grades
kindergarten through eight.
IMiller says the ,kinder-
garten through fourth grade.
classes are all at fairly odd
class sizes, with too many
students for one teacher,
and not enough students for
two.
"I had thought that by
looking into this 'switch of
students from Grand Ridge
and Sneads, that it would
better the K-4 class size sit-


uation as well as make
Grand Ridge a true middle
school," Miller said. "But
these were just my
thoughts, and I don't want
to do anything until we get
a- better understanding of
the situation and address
the concerns of the par-
ents."
. A concerned parent from
Sneads, Judy Weeks,
,attended the board work-.
shop \ Thursday and
addressed school board
members concerning this
issue.
"I must say that the ,
potential -merger of these
two schools concerns me as
a- .parent," Weeks said.
"And I would like to know
where the board stands .on
this issue."
The board replied that
this merger was simply an
idea of Miller's and not a


fully developed plan.
Weeks continued by
adding that Sneads
Elementary was already
facing a serious overcrowd-
ing issue and that this
would only worsen the
matter.
She also addressed the
parents' concern of moving
fifth 'grade students to
Grand Ridge.
Weeks is not the only
parent with this concern.
At Thursday's workshop
another concerned parent,
Cynthia Cunin, also
expressed her frustration
with idea.
"I live in Grand Ridge,
but after visiting the school
when we moved here, I
knew 1, didn't want my
child going to a school in
that condition," Cunin said.
See SWITCH, Page 11A D


Rollerbladers

make it

through snow
BY ASHLEY McKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
Just like the U.S. mail -
through rain, sleet, hail or snow
-. two dedicated philanthropists
trekked through Jackson County
on rollerblades Friday as they
make their way to San Diego.
Two athletes, Steven
Feigenbaum, 27, of East
Windsor, N.J., and Dan Bowen,
29, of New York City, co-founded
a national fundraising project, "In
Motion For A Million." The char-
ity was started an effort to raise
funds and awareness for the
Huntington's Disease Society of
America, and the Leukemia and
Lymphoma Society.,
The4,two started a rollerblading
excursion project across the con-
tinental United States. The proj-
ect began Feb. 1 in St Augustine
and will eventually make its way,
See ROLLERBLADERS, Page 11A 0


SchoOl board

to consider

land purchase
BY ASHLEY McKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
The Jackson County School
Board met Thursday in a regular-
ly scheduled workshop and dis-
cussed the possibility of buying
land next to Cottondale
Elementary. Board members also
discussed a potential mutual aid
agreement with the Department
of Juvenile Justice.
The board will vote Tuesday on
the potential purchase of land
adjacent to Cottondale
Elementary, listed for $74, 000.
However, Stuart Wiggins,' direc-
tor of facilities and construction,
stated in a memo to board mem-
bers that an offer of $50,000 may
be accepted.
Wiggins requested that the
board consider approving the
offer of $50,000, pending a favor-
able phase one environmental
See LAND, Page 11A >


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Movers convention


More than 300 people were expected in Grand Ridge today to attend the demonstration por-
tion of an International Association of Structural Movers convention. Ducky Johnson House
Movers in Grand Ridge is hosting the local event. The business portion of the convention is being
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February 14 Sunday
* St. Paul A.M.E. Church, 5180 Highway
273 in Campbellton, celebrates Black History
Month with the program, "Who Am I in Black
History?" at 8 a.m. Speaker: Minister Sherry
Pickett, Breakthrough Worship Center. Call
263-6888, 263-0333.

.February 15 Monday
Chipola Chapter, NSDAR meets at 11 a.m.
at Jim's Buffet in Marianna. Guest speaker:
State Attorney Glenn Hess. All welcome to the
Dutch treat event. For information about DAR,
e-mail footprints@phonl.com, call 482-7685.
Jackson County AARP Chapter 3486
meets at noon in the United Methodist Church
of Marianna Student Center, Lee Shook,
accounting professor at Chipola College, will
discuss income taxes. Bring a covered dish to
complement fried chicken. Meeting open to
local and national AARP members.
The Southeastern Community Blood
Center mobile.,unit will be at the Marianna
Wal-Mart, 1-5 p.m. or give at the center, 2503
Commercial Park Drive in Marianna, Monday-
Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 526-4403.
The Malone Joy Club meets at 5 p.m. A
chili supper will be served for $5 each.
The Chipola Historical Trust meets at the,
Davis-West House, 4448 Putnam St. in
Marianna.. Bob Hurst, Panama City Historical
Group, will present, "Indian and Pioneer.
Trails." Light supper at 6 p.m.; meeting at
6:30 p.m. Call 482-8322.
Relay for Life of Central Jackson hosts a
Team Captains Party, 6 p.m. in the Golson
Elementary School cafeteria.
Concerned American Patriots of Jackson
County Inc. meets, 6-7. p.m. at the Ag Center,
Highway 90 West (next to National Guard
Armory) in Marianna. Speakers: Marti Coley
(R) and David Pleat (D), candidates for the
District 7 Florida House of Representatives
seat currently held by Coley. Attendees will
have an opportunity to ask questions.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Mondays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

February 16 Tuesday
Eldercare Services will give out food at
4297 Liddon St., Marianna today, beginning
at 8 a.m. until food runs out. Call 482-3220.
The Southeastern Community Blood


Center mobile unit will be at the 'Baptist
College of Florida in Graceville, 9 a.m. to 4
p.m., or give blood at the center, 2503
Commercial Park Drive in-Marianna, Monday-
Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 526-4403.
Optimist Club of Jackson County meets
every first and third Tuesday, at noon, in Jim's
Buffet and Grill in-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 Jackson County School Board con-
venes for its regular meeting, 4 p.m. in the
JCSB offices. Call 482-1200.
Applications for government assistance
with utility bills will be distributed by the New
Life Family Church at 10 a.m.
The board of the Panhandle public Library
Cooperative System convenes for a meeting
at 6 p.m. in the PPLCS office, 4439 Marion St.
in Marianna. Call 482-9296. .
Jackson County Quilters Guild Sit-n-Sew
is Tuesday evenings, 6-8 p.m. in First United
Methodist Church Youth Hall, Clinton Street,
behind Marianna's post office. Call 272-7068.
The Sneads High School Project
Graduation Committee meets at 6:30 p.m. in
the SHS Library. .
AA open meeting Tuesdays, 8-9 p.m. at
the -First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna, in the AA room.
Today is the reservation deadline for the
GracevJle .Garden Club Table.- Games
Fundraiser, set for 6-9 p.m. Thursday, Feb.
18, at Graceville Civic Center. Call 263-3951.

February 17 Wednesday
Habitat Warehouse hours have changed
from the first weekend of the month to every
Wednesday, 9 a.m..to 3 p.m.
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, 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.
The City of Jacob will have a called meet-
ing at noon in City Hall. Call 263-6636.
AA open meeting Wednesdays, 12-1
p.m. at the First United Methodist Church AA
room, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.
The Jackson WIC Agency offers a
Breastfeeding Class, 3 p.m. at the Jackson
County Health Department. Call 526-2412.

February 18 Thursday
The deadline for the Optimist Club of
Jackson County Essay Contest was extended
from Feb. 12 to today. Call 526-9561.
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 Jackson'
County Agricultural office conference room,
-2741 Pennsylvania Ave., Marianna, 4:30-7:30,
p.m. Thursday evenings through April 15. For
an appointment, call 693-0873.
Jackson County NAACP meets at 5:30
p.m. the third Thursday of the month, at 2880.
Orange St. (behind Bryant Enterprises). Call
482-3766 or 569-1294.
Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
hosts two orientation meetings for families
interested in partnering with Habitat to build a
house Thursday, Feb. 18, 6 p.m. or
Saturday, Feb. 20, 10 a:h. in the First
United Methodist Church Youth Center, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. You must attend an
orientation in order to receive an application.
Emerald Coast Hospice Chaplain Giho
Mayo conducts an in-service, "Grief:
Exploring Mourning and Bereavement," noon
at Jackson Hospital. Public welcome. RSVP
to 526-3577.,
The Graceville Garden Club Table Games
Fundraiser is 6-9 p.m. at the Graceville Civic
Center. Games include Mexican Dominoes,
Hand & Foot Canasta, Bunco, Bridge, etc.
Light refreshments served; door prizes
awarded. A donation of $10 per person and
reservations required. Call 263-3951 by Feb.
16. Funds go to beautification projects in
downtown Graceville.
East Jackson County Relay-for-Life meets
at West Florida Electric, Sneads, 6 p.m.
AA closed discussion Thursdays, 8-9
p.m. at First United Methodist Church AA
room, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.


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POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Feb.
11 and 12, the latest avail-
able reports: One hit and
run vehicle, one .accident
without injury, one acci-
dent with injury, one miss-
ing juvenile, one aban-
doned vehicle, one suspi-
cious incident, one suspi-
cious person, one funeral
escort, one physical dis-
turbance, 17 traffic stops;
two larceny complaints,
one civil dispute, two bur-
glar alarms,, one criminal
mischief report, one juve-


nile complaint, two ani-
mal complaints, three
fraud reports, one proper-
ty check, three assists of
another agency and six
public service calls.
JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office's dispatch
report was not available as
of press time.
JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
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county jail during the lat-
est reporting periods:
Dimetrius Lewis,. 22,
2874 Orange St.,
Marianna, hold for
Calhoun County.
James Rye, 26, 1211
Dwelling St., Alford, fail-
ure to appear.
Henry Copeland, 33,
195 Jones St.,
Chattahoochec, sen-
tenced.
Elliot Curry, 27, 3364
Calhoun Road,
Greenwood, sentenced.
Catlin Green, 25,
318 Whispering Oak
Drive. Barnett, Texas,


hold for Lake County.
Marquis Carter, 29,
416 Newton Ave., Apt. 16,
Ozark, Ala., refusal to
-sign '. cita-
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7-- t-,- Dustin
Danzey, 19,
tRF'IME4 5 1 6
^'.---- Riverbend
Drive .
Marianna, no valid dri-
ver's license.
Michael.Kray, 54, 707
Harrison St., La Porte,
Ind., cheating.
Brenda Majors, 42,
4331 4th Ave., Marianna,
violation of state probation.


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Harvey Eastman, 57,
191 Edge Ave.,
Valparaiso, possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Charles Harrell, 60,
Highway 90, Marianna,'
possession of drug para-
phernalia and possession
of less than 20 grams of
marijuana.
JAIL POPULATION: 193
To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000.
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).


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JACKSON COUNTY LIFE


Jackson County Floridan Sunday, February 14, 2010 3A


Huang celebrates fifth


Brian Michael Huang
celebrated his fifth birthday
Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2010.
He is son of Julie and Scott
Huang of Safety Harbor.'
Grandparents are Tama
and Paul Huang of
Marianna, and Linda and
Jerry Sullivans of
Cincinnati, Ohio.


Brian's favorite things
are his new bike and Legos.
Gifts from mommy and
daddy are new bike and
"Thomas" trains. Gifts
from grandma and pappaw
are activity books and train
tables.
Brian also enjoys color-
ing and playing soccer.


Williams turns 4


Cason Michael
Williams of Marianna
celebrated his fourth
birthday on Feb. 13,
2010.
He is the son of
Michael and Beth
Williams of Marianna.
Grandparents are Allen
and Bobbie Williams of


Marianna; and Charles
and Jean Snyder of
Marianna.
Cason is the little
brother of Alyssa
Williams. He is in the K-
3 class at Dayspring
Christian Academy.
A party was held on
Feb. 6, at his home..


Be careful what you wish for


BY THOMAS VIN-
CENT MURPHY

While watching a
program on televi-
sion featuring some
past lottery winners,
there seemed to be a
familiar theme that Mui
kept coming to the
forefront.
Over and over, some of
the winners spoke of their
woes since becoming
wealthy. There was one
statement that stuck in my
mind as the program con--
tinued. That statement was;
"be careful what you wish
for."
As youngsters,. most of
us have goals to be like
someone who is famous, or
in the limelight. Sadly,
some people choose the
wrong examples to follow.
My greatest desire as a
youngster was to become a
professional athlete. Later
in life I realized that having


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variety in life .was
not only a good
thing for me, but it
kept me from some
of the disappoint-
ments that wishing
for an elusive goal
can bring.
phy There are many
young people who wish for
the glitter and wealth that
some of our entertainers
display. They don't realize
some of the problems and
disappointments many of
those who have become
financially successful suf-
fer in- their personal lives.
"Be careful what you wish
for."
It's good to have goals in
life, as long as they are
realistic and don't interfere
with the. lives of others.
There are some people who
will buy lottery tickets even
when their children don't
have enough food to eat a
decent meal; they are
obsessed with striking it


rich no matter what.
Evidently, according to
some of those wealthy lot-
tery winners, money is not
everything. "Be careful
what you wish for."
Some folks are so deter-
mined to find a partner to
date and spend time with
that they spend hours on
the Internet trying to find a
perfect match. Their wish
is to find that man or
woman of their dreams.
There are some people who
actually are fortunate
enough to meet a special
person, but you won't hear
, statistics on how many
online matches of people
have been a disaster.
Whatever happened to tak-
ing time to get to know a
person, so that you can
determine as much as pos-
sible who your partner real-
ly is? Why "wish" when
time gives you a much bet-
ter chance to know?
There is nothing wrong


Author welcomed by Altrusa


with going after solid, real-
istic goals that will enhance
your life; in fact I would
.suggest that anyone try to
accomplish as much as
they can in this life. My
mother once told me that
anything worth having usu-
ally takes hard work and
dedication. I found that if
you go after things in life
with sincere efforts, some
of your hopes and dreams
will come true.
There are millions of
people who wish for that
big break or a lucky event
to take place in their life
that will make them rich;
but for most of them, the
odds show that it just won't
happen. And there are
some things in life that you
can wish for that are hard
to beat. I don't know about,
you, but peace of mind,
good health, family cama-
raderie and happiness all
sound good to me.


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Brookelyn Vanessa
Marie Baxley celebrated
her first birthday on Feb.
13, 2010.
Her actual birthday is
Feb. 16.
Brookelyn is the daugh-
ter of Chad and Brandy
Baxley.
Grandparents are Randy
and Kathy Ferrell, and
Ricky and Cheryl Baxley.
Great-grandparents are
Betty Miles, Autry and
Mary Ferrell, Huston and
Linda Maloy, Sherman and
Vernell Baxley, and Edghar
and Wilma Glisson. -
Brookelyn celebrated at
Cypress Community Park


Partners for Pets


Partners for Pets has
these peis 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
- 1:00. For more infor-
mation, please call 482-
4570. Or visit partners-
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Chip is a neutered ten
month old male cat. -
Mark Skinner / Floridan


Sebastian
is a three
year old
neutered
male cat.
- Mark
Skinner /
Floridan


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

On Feb. 8, Altrusa
International of Marianna
was privileged to have as a
guest author Karen Spears
Zacharias. Karen is releas-
ing her new book "Will
Jesus Buy Me a Double-
Wide? ('Cause I need more
room for my plasma TV)."
Zacharias entertained the
club with her wit and
humor about her back-
ground andher journey to
write this book.
Using her journalistic
background, Zacharias
scoured the back roads
from Portland, Ore., to
Pinehurst, N.C. asking peo-
ple about two things -
God and money. She inter-
viewed the exceedingly
wealthy and the extremely
poor, and a host of people
in between. Zacharias
wanted to find people "who
had it right," and she found
them in unlikely places.
"Will Jesus Buy Me a
Double-Wide" is filled
with the stories of
Americans from different
economic backgrounds
who struggle with the same
foundational questions
about their lives and their
faith.
Zacharias is an essayist,
long-time journalist and
commentator. She is the
author of three previous
books: "Where's Your
Jesus Now," "After the Flag
has been Folded and
Benched" and "The
Memoirs of Judge Rufe
McCombs." Her work has
appeared in the New York

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kiss in a trailer, smoked her
first and last cigarette in a
trailer, asked Jesus into her
heart on bended knee in a
trailer, fell madly in love in
a trailer (a couple of differ-'
ent times) and gave birth to
her first-born child in a
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While writing this book,
she became unemployed
and bought a flat-screen
plasma TV. She and her
husband, Tim, plan to retire
to a double-wide with a
firm foundation and a stur-
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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.
Birthdays for children 12 and under are published for'free. For other
ages, the above rates apply. Birth announcements are published for free.
Questions? Call 526-3614 or e-mail editorial@jcflorldan.com.


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The common wisdom, when you leave a job or retire, is to
roll over the money into an IRA. There are good reasons
for this.
It's easier to keep track of your retirement accounts If
they are stashed in one place. perhaps with an invest-.
ment advisor available. There are usually more invest-
ment options available than in an employer's plan, too.
If you need to take money out in retirement, it's much
easier with an IRA.
But. in certain circumstances, it may be advisable to stay
with a former employer's 401 (K). If you've turned 55 but
not yet 59 1/2. it's a lot. easier to itap a 401 (K) without
penalty than to get at your IRA cash. If you continue to
work after age 70 1/2, you can postpone taking distribu-
tions from a 401(k) but not from an IRA. If the plan is
large and well run, investment expenses may be lower
than in an IRA. And if your plan includes a large amount
of company stock, there may be tax consequences in
rolling it over.
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tax advisors at...
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Rep. Brad Drake, R-District 5
Capitol office
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Tallahassee, FL 32399-1300
(850) 488-4726

Sen. Al Lawson Jr. D-District 6
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LETTERS To THE EDITOR
Submit letters by either mailing to Editor, P.O. Box 520,
Marianna FL, 32447 orfaxing to 850-482-4478 or
send e-mail to editorial@jcfloridan.com. The Floridan
reserves the right to edit or not publish any letter Be
sure to include your full address and telephone number.
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done about light bills

Dear editor,'
All I can do for those who
got outrageous electric bills'
from Florida Public Utilities
is to join them in saying that
something must be done.
I respect the fact that FPU's
costs are up, and appreciate
the fact that for years we had
very low electric rates. But
there's no way a 600 square-
foot apartment, even with the
higher rate and exceptionally
cold winter, can generate a
$1,000-plus monthly bill.
I expected my bill for half
of December and half of
January to be twice what I
usually pay in the winter (or
the hottest summer months)
because of the weather and
the 13 percent rate increase; I
planned for a bill of $200. I
was pleased to learn I owed
only $143 for this cold-weath-
er period, and that was for
1,444 square feet of space. I
hope it doesn't go higher, as I
also rely basically on Social
Security income. (I worked 40
years with a college degree,
but in low-paying fields, and
my pension is in stocks and
you know what's happened on
Wall Street.)
I urge city, county and state


LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


officials to check into these
residents' electric bills.
There's something awfully
wrong some place and FPU
should realize that.

Anne Spencer
Marianna

Have you hugged a
school bus driver?

Dear editor,
During the month of
February, the National Love
the Bus program is celebrated
as a way to raise awareness
and appreciation for our
school bus drivers.
Here in Jackson County, we
would like to celebrate the
men and women who take
more than 4300 students safe-
ly to our schools each day. I,
personally, want to take this
opportunity to publicly thank
the people who protect our
most precious cargo our
children and who serve as
role models on the 84 school
buses that transport children
to and from school on a daily
basis.
Our school bus drivers are a
dedicated and hard-working
group of people. They receive
specialized classroom and
behind-the-wheel training in
driving a school bus, student
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loading and unloading proce-
dures, student evacuation, stu-
dent behavior and security
management, and emergency
medical procedures.
Our school district carefully
monitors bus drivers and
requires them to participate in
pre-employment, random and
post-accident drug and alco-
hol testing, frequent driving
record checks, and to pass
periodic medical exams to
ensure they are physically
qualified.
As a result of our bus driv-
ers' caring and professional
efforts, our children continue
to benefit from the safest
mode of transportation avail-
able. And the safe transport
of our students to and from
school is vital to Jackson
County's educational
process.
While we are recognizing
bur bus drivers, we also want
to offer thanks to the entire'
transportation team, from our
mechanics, secretaries, aides
and supervisors, to those who
provide training and profes-
sional development. This
team effort helps to ensure
our continued safety and to
advance our successful educa-
tional programs.
On behalf of the Jackson
County School Board, please
allow me to express our sin-


cere appreciation to each of
the transportation employees
for your commitment to the
safety of our school children.
Lee Miller
Superintendent of Schools
Jackson County School Board

McDaniel family says
'thank you'

Dear editor,
The family of Joseph
"Pete" McDaniel of Sneads
would like to thank everyone
who responded so kindly to
our needs during the illness
and death of our father and
husband. We are blessed to
live in a community where
there are so many caring peo-
ple.
Thank you so very much to
all of you who brought food,
sent cards, visited and called
our family members and kept
us in your thoughts and
prayers during this time of
sorrow. We appreciate all of
you and thank you for every-
thing that you did.
We would like to especially
thank Emerald Coast Hospice
for their excellent care of our
Dad during this time.

The McDaniel family
Sneads


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Snow in Jackson County


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Graceville Friday. Their family had traveled to Graceville from Lynn Haven Mark Skinner / Floridan


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Blessen Council carefully makes his way across the
snow beginning to pile up in Graceville Friday. Mark
Skinner / Floridan


Tiffany Burch takes aim as she get ready to throw a
snowball Friday. Mark Skinner / Floridan


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NEWS, EVENTS, SPECIAL
PROGRAMS, AND GOOD
BOOKS FROM JACKSON
COUNTY'S PUBLIC LIBRARY
MARIANNA, GRACEVILLE, AND
THE BOOKMOBILE

This week's book
review, written as usual
by a library volunteer, is
about a Pulitzer Prize-
winning novel, based on
the true story of the rise
and fall of a Southern
politician who served as
governor of a state less
than 200 miles from
Florida's northwest bor-
der.

Book Review: .
"All The King's Men"
by Robert Penn
Warren

This classic novel is'
based on the life of Huey
P. Long, governor, and
later a United States sen-
ator, of Louisiana. It is a
fascinating tale of poli-
tics, history, .and life's
influences upon the
development of an indi-
vidual's character. A
main theme .is the cor-
rupting nature of power
and its consequences for
the person, for his associ-
ates, and for our govern-
ment.
The book's main char-
acter, Willie Stark (based
on Long), is an innately
brilliant man who strug-
gles with poverty, perse-
veres to educate himself,
and pursues a desire to
improve the lot of his fel-
low citizens. His ideal-
ism, however, is compro-
mised and ultimately cor-
rupted by his own charac-
ter flaws, and by the
greed and self-serving
goals of those with whom
he surrounds himself in
his effort to gain political
and financial power.
The story is told prima-
rily by a newspaperman,
Jack Burden, who is
enlisted by Stark. Burden
is well-educated and
from a prominent family.
Through his narration,
we learn not only Willie
Stark's'story, but also the
story of Burden himself:
his life in the small-town
South, his family, his
friends, and his own ulti-
mate corruption as he.
lends his support to assist
Stark in obtaining the
power and influence to


attain his eventually com-
promised idealistic goals.
The dual story is filled
with unexpected twists
and well-concealed
secrets affecting the
wealth and power of sev-
eral characters.
The tragedies that
befall these characters
highlight the lives of
many: struggles for self-
improvement, altruism
and idealism; misplaced
trust and greed; ever-
widening compromise;
and .eventual downfall.
. The book, which was
awarded the Pulitzer
Prize, is filled with
believable characters and
carefully painted por-
traits of how life's events
can affect the develop-
ment of human character.
Though published in
1946, it remains vibrant
and current in telling a
modem morality tale, as
applicable now as when
written. And the use of
vivid local color, general-
ly set in the rural South,
will give Jackson Coupty
readers a special interest
in very familiar territory.
As a follow-up.to this
book, readers may be
interested in learning
more of Huey Long, his
meteoric rise to promi-
nence, and his assassina-
tion in 1935 at the young
age of 42. The best depic-
tion of Long' fascinating
life is found in T.. Harry
Williams' "Huey Long,
A Biography," first pub-
lished in 1969, and which
also received a Pulitzer.
That biography is a con-
cise history of, Long's
remarkable story. Several
other books have been
written about Huey Long.
This review was writ-
ten 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
either by e-mail to
alan.barber@jackson-
countyfl.com or by mail
to Director, Jackson
County Public Library,
2929 Green St.,
Marianna, FL 32446.
Your review may be pub-
lished in this newspaper.
Please include your name
(which we won't publish
if you prefer) and contact
information.


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Pack 300 hosts district Pinewood Derby

Pack 300 of Marianna hosted the Annual Pinewood Derby Race for the Southern Muskogee District. Winners from each division are as follows.


Tigers First, Joshua Boyette; second, Wolves First, Riley DeLoach; second, Bears First, Cameron Davis; second,
Brayden Harrell; third, Gabe Newsome. Cole Burdeshaw; third, Seth Scott. Clayton Williams; third, Caleb Oswald.
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Webelos First, Michael Lee; second,
Reginald Baker; third, Caleb Hawes..
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Overall Fastest First, Cameron Porter; Open Class First, Cameron Porter;
second, Ethan Corder; third, Caleb second, Seth Scott; third, Cameron
Bowen. Corder.
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Alumni association plans food drive


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Sneads FFA Alumni
Association is, sponsoring a Food
Drive beginning on Feb. 26 at
McDaniel's Grocery in Sneads.
The food drive will kick off at
lunchtime and all donations -
monetary, or food items are
welcome.
Food tubs will remain at
McDaniel's Grocery through


March 27, giving patrons the
opportunity to continue to
donate.
There will also be a food tub at
the Grand Ridge Town Hall for
residents of that area to donate.
The FFA Alumni Association
says its goal is to give several
families a nice Easter meal.
All food items collected will be
transported to the Chipola Food
Bank in Marianna.


Best in Show (Scouts) Jorrian Best in Show (Open Class) Monte
Weshley; runners-up, Michael Lee, Paulk; runners-up, Ted Burdeshaw II,
Josiah Joyner.. Brayden Harrell. ,
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Florida markets at a glance


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
For the week ended Feb.
11, at the Florida Livestock
Auctions, receipts, totaled
6,380, compared to 7,742
.last week, and 6,410 a year
ago.
According to the Florida
Federal-State Livestock
Market News Service,
compared to last week,
slaughter cows and bulls
were 2.00 to 4.00 higher;
feeder steers were 1.00 to


3.00 lower; heifers were
.unevenly steady to 2.00
higher.
Feeder Steers: Medium
& Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. 120.00-
170.00
300-400 lbs. 107.00-
1.26.00
400-500 lbs. 94.00-
112.00
Feeder Heifers: Medium
& Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. 100.00-
130.00


300-400 lbs. 88.00-
107.00
400-500 lbs. 85.00-
104.00
Slaughter Cows: Lean:
750-1200 lbs. 85-90 per-
cent 44.00-49.00
Slaughter Bulls: Yield
Grade No. 1-2 1000-2100
lbs. 57.00-65.00.


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Marianna Woman's Club honors members-


At the Marianna Woman's Club February meeting members were recognized for the length of service to the club.
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years; Eleanor Nicholson, 19 years; Pat Simpson, 49 years; and, back row, Club President Charlotte Hunter., -
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City of Marianna Candidate Qualifying Dates

The City of Marianna will be holding an election for City Com-
missioners for Group 1 and 2 on April 13, 2010. Any person who
desires to qualify as a candidate may do so between February 22,
2010 at 12:00 Noon, CST and February 26, 2010 at 12:00 Noon,
CST, at the City Clerk's office at City Hall, 2898 Green Street,
Marianna, Florida. For more information please contact Kimberly
Applewhite, City Clerk, at (850) 482-4353.

City of Marianna Election Voter Registration Deadline

The Marianna City Election for City Commissioners for Group
I and 2 will be held on Tuesday, April 13, 2010. City residents
wishing to vote in this election must be registered to vote by
Monday, March 15, 2010. Voter registration applications are avail-
able at Marianna City Hall or at the Supervisor of Elections office.
Applications must be submitted to the Supervisor of Elections
Office or be postmarked by the deadline.

Kimberly J. Applewhite
City Clerk


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Reports Continued From Page 1A

Associates. On Tuesday, the corn- Engineering Corporation doesn't believe the existing roof recommendation, BEC wrote insulation is, in fact, there and,
mission received a response from responds to and refutes the or metal roof deck needs to be "nothing has been identified as even if it is not, whether it poses
Donofro's attorney about those McDonough report. It also con- removed. But BEC did recom- wrong with these bricks or their any problem."
recommendations. tains recommendation for imme- mend that the county "develop installation, and. (McDonough) BEC also objected to the
In that response, board certi- diate actions to "keep a small and implement a design for instal- does not even identify that the McDonough report because it
fled construction lawyer Shawn problem from becoming worse." lation of roof insulation on top of construction elements exposed.by "does not define the method of
M. Heath blasted the consultant's BEC says the county should existing roof and underneath a their removal are associated with inspection but rather that such
plan as "grossly disproportionate install at least three dehumidifiers new roof membrane." the cause of the condensation on scope will be determined and
to the relatively minor issues at "temporarily ducted to above the BEC also says ,the county the roof deck. There has been no directed on site .... (the) descrip-
the facility." suspended insulation," and 6on- should follow-up with actions basis identified that this costly tion of this process alludes to
Heath contends the consultant's trol them according to humidity "after installation of the new roof activity is justified." removing and replacing (units)
report contains faulty assump- levels in that ceiling space. over the existing roof' by moni- BEC also took issue with found not to be filled (with insu-
tions, and calls for unnecessary BEC also recommends closing touring roof deck temperatures and McDonough's recommendation lation) a very intensive and
expenses that would "only squan- holes in the exterior of the build- condensation during cool weath- to inspect all concrete masonry costly process," the BEC report
der taxpayers' dollars." ing which were added in the er. When the deck temperature "is units to determine if each is filled states.
The commission also heard spring of 2009. remaining above the building with insulation or not. The consultant said "non-
from lawyers representing the BEC recommends removing dewpoint," humidifiers should be BEC maintains this is unneces- destruction methods" could be
contractor, Whiterock arid stained ceiling tiles, and the batt turned off, and monitoring should sary, for several different reasons, used to determine if insulation is
Associates. In that letter, John M. insulation immediately above continue to confirm the proper Foremost, McDonough "appar- present or not, including infrared
Fite, of Barron, Redding, Hughes, them. This procedure should be deck temperature has stabilized. .:, ently believes that this inspection imaging. BEC also states that no
Fite, Sanborn and Kiehn, said that done with care, BEC advises, by At that point, dehumidifiers could is'necessary because it believes it consultant has related the cause of
"the problems at the EOC are not bagging the tiles and insulation,' be removed, BEC said. found insulation was not in some the condensation to either the
the fault of my client." and sealing the bags before BEC doesn't believe the ekteri- of the (units) that it -observed. presence or absence of insulation.
Along with the letter, the they're moved through the build- or of the building needs to be dis- (McDonough) has not determined "Accordingly, this entire activi-
lawyers include a report from a ing. Using a scrubber while work- mantled, as recommended by that the condensation occurring ty -is unjustified, particularly
different consultant, which con- ing in the space was also recom- McDonough. n tthe roof deck is related in any where there are non-destructive
tains findings much different mended. McDonough's remediation plan way to the presence or absence of testing 'methods available," BEC
from the report prepared by the BEC also says the county includes "the' complete removal insulation in every cell of the stated/
county's consultant, S.E. should repair a leak at a storm of all the face veneer bricks from (unitsJ Both the McDonough and BEC
McDonough and Associates. drain, and check for similar prob- the top of the building down to "In short, (McDonough) is reports run. to several pages, and
Donofro's lawyers also includ- lems over other stained, ceiling the row of bricks Where holes seeking to tear apart the building the commission said it needed a
ed the other consultant's report., and wall areas. were drilled last spring," accord- when there are other simple meas- workshop to work through the
The report from Bailey 'Unlike McDonough, BEC ihg' to BEC. In response to.that ures to determine whether the matter.


Snow Continued From Page 1A

flakes around 9 to 9:30 a.m. Friday. Residents gathered on'street corners taking pictures and for about an hour and a half before it trickled back down
As the day wore on and anticipation grew, the moment video. Children jumped and giggled as they tried to catch to rain and eventually stopped.
all were waiting for finally came around mid-afternoon. the flakes in their mouths. Although the snow shower was short, many residents
Around 2 to 2:30 p.m. snow was coming down steadily Some Floridians ran inside to escape the white flakes expressed their excitement.
in Graceville. No longer mostly rain with occasional falling from the sky, saying, "I thought we lived 'in An official of the Jackson County Sheriff's Office had
flakes, it was clearly snowing. Florida." no traffic accidents to report due to weather conditions.
Marianna residents were skeptical, but around 3:15 Others embraced the rarity and enjoyed the cold and Although the Marianna police responded to two traffic
p.m. the sky was gray and it became a wintery wonder- wet white stuff. The sight didn't last long in some accidents Friday, an official with,the agency said neither
land in the county seat. areas a mere hour. Downtown Marianna saw steady snow were due to the snow.


Sw itch Continued From Page 1A

Both Weeks and Cunin expressed their bathrooms which have been on the plan discussed plans up for a vote at next issue."
distress with the idea of their children for over five years." Tuesday's board meeting. The proposed land purchase will be
being forced to attend Grand Ridge. Miller responded, saying the five-year One item in particular that concerned used for a bus ramp adjacent to the school,
Another matter of importance to the par- plan is simply a county "wish list," and not 'the parents was the board's consideration which would alleviate: children entering
ents was the overcrowding issue currently all items which make the list are afford- of a land purchase, adjacent to Cottondale the bus on U.S. Highway 90.
facing Sneads Elementary. able. Therefore board members are Elementary. The issues regarding Sneads and Grand
"My child is in a class of 30 students," responsible for prioritizing these items. "I just don't see how purchasing land is Ridge remained unsolved Thursday, but
Weeks said. "And this issue of overcrowd- "Sometimes things come up that take more important that our children," Cunin board members assured parents that what-
ing has been a problem for years." precedence over those items, like a roof said. "You say you need money to expand ever is decided will be done with their
Board members afid Miller agreed this leak, and we have to take action immedi- classrooms at Sneads, but you're willing to input.
was a problem that "needed to, be ately," board Chairman ,Kenneth Griffin buy land. I understand it is important to "These were simply ideas of mine, but it
addressed. said. "This can, in turn, 'push back some think of the future, but again, it's about may not work," Miller said Friday. "The
"This is a matter of priorities," Weeks items on that list." priorities." board plans to look into the matter further,
said. "You say this is something on the As the workshop continued, Weeks and "We are thinking of the children," and I will then meet with parents again
five-year needs plan, but so are the gang 'unin listened carefully as board members Griffin said. "We're addressing a safety before anything is decided."


Land Continued From Page 1A

study to be done on the property. and that pick-up is not very safe," Juvenile Offender Correctional however, reserve the right to school age. The agreement states
Superintendent 'Lee Miller Miller said. Center. :.serve its own school population the board already determined that
explained at Thursday's work- Board members will investi- This is a disaster mutual aid first, should the need occur, some children need alternative'.'
shop that if the land were to be gate the need for the purchase agreement for one year, com- The board .will also enter, a settings and instructional strate-
purchased, it would address cur- and make their decision at next mencing on Feb. 20, should it be contractual agreement with Twin gies to achieve educational goals.
rent student safety issues. week's board meeting., approved. Oaks Juvenile Development Inc., The. agreement states that
Miller said the property would Other items on the' agenda With the agreement ,the board, should it be approved Tuesday. while Twin. Oaks operates the
be utilized as a transportation awaiting approval are the possi- will provide three 83-passenger The annual agreement is rela- program, the. students are still
pick-up area and end the practice ble mutual aid agreement buses to be used to transport tively standard and' requires .the under the jurisdiction of the
of students getting on the bus on between the Jackson County Dozier youth to an alternative board to recognize it must fulfill school board..
U.S. Highway 90. School Board, and Arthur G. location in the event of an emer- its constitutional obligation to Both agreements.will be voted
"There is a lot of 'traffic there, .Dozier School and Jackson agency. The school board does, educate children of compulsory on Tuesday.


Rollerbladers Continued From ge 1A


to San Diego.
Not even Friday's snow could stop the
two, but Feigenbaum said it was unusual.
"I think Dan and I may be the first peo-
ple to track across the state of Florida on
rollerblades in ski masks," he said.
, According to a press release sent by
organization officials, the two were sup-
posed to be rolling through Jackson
County Thursday, but due to RV troubles,
the team was stuck east of the county..


A team of four, including Bowen and
Feigenbaum, followed by two others in an
RV, got back on track Friday and were
challenged by nature.
"We're from the northeast so it wasn't
too bad, but I'll tell you we didn't expect
to use our ski goggles in Florida,"
Feigenbaum said. "After a 35-mile day,
our skates felt like bowling balls on our
feet. And the hills were difficult."
The team is expecting the trip 'to take


approximately 90 days, with almost a,
tenth of it done.
The cross-country effort hopes to raise
at least $1 million while the two
rollerblade across the country. The project
has already raised several thousand dollars
in donations since the kick-off.
In 1985, Bowen's mother passed away
from Hodgkin's lymph ma, a cancer that
originates in the lymphatic system. Then
in 2005, Feigenbaum lost an aunt to


Huntington's disease. His cousins stand a
high risk of developing the disease.
The two joined in a collaborative effort
to help raise'awareness of these diseases,
and hopefully $1 million, to find the cure
and improve the quality of life for patients
and their families.
Complete tour details, blogs and dona-
tion information can be followed at the "In
Motion for a Million" Web site,
www.InMotionForAMillion.org.


OBITUARIES


Lanier-Andler Funeral
Home
8261 Highway 90.
Sneads, FL 32460
593-9900

Lottie B.,
Arnold

Mrs. Lottie B. Arnold, 85,
a native of Jackson County
who had lived in Arcadia
since 1959, went to be with
the Lord Thursday, Feb. 11,
2010, after a lengthy illness.
She was a member of the
Church of God and loved to
be with her family and
grandchildren. She liked
quilting, crafting, reading
and fishing when she was
able.
Visitation with the family
will be Sunday, at the'
home of Ida Wagner, 3020
Sandridge Church Road in
Sneads.
The funeral service will
be at 2 p.m. Monday, Feb.
15 at the Emmanuel Holi-
ness Church.
Officiating will be the
Rev. Mrs. Eva Howell and
the Rev. Jack Howell. A
graveside committal serv-
ice will follow at Cow Pen
Pond Cemetery in Jackson
County.
Mrs. Lottie B. Arnold is
survived by three daugh-
ters, Helen Long, Carol
Tyson and Mattie Reed, all
of Arcadia; five sons,
Charles Wagner of Okee-


chobee, Floyd Wagner of
Greenville, SC" and James
Tripp, Wayne Tripp and
Eddie Tripp, all of Arcadia;
one sister, Ruby Scott of
Moore Haven; 25 grand-
children; 50 great-grand-
children and 13 great-
great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in
death by her husband, Wil-
liam Arnold and two sons,
Roy Wagner and Franklin
Tripp.,
Lanier-Andler Funeral
Home is in charge of ar-
rangements.
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446
482-2332

Irene Ruth
(Deubert).
Morgan

Irene Ruth (Deubert) Mor-
gan passed away Thursday,
Feb. 11, 2010 at the age of
84.
She was born to Ferdi-
nand and Lina (Werthwine)
Deubert on July 22, 1925 in
Heilbron, Germany. The
family came to America on
Sept. 7, 1927.
Mrs. Morgan married
Ted Morgan on Nov. 21,
1943. .She was a housewife
and helpmate to her hus-
band for 61 years until his
death on Jan. 12, 2005. To-


gether they built and oper-
ated the Beaver. Springs
Campground in Daven-
port, N.Y. until 1984, when
they retired to Marianna.
She was preceded in
death by her husband Ted;
a son, Wayne and two
brothers.
Survivors include her
son, Roy Morgan and wife
Rosemary of Marianna;
three grandchildren; three
great-grandchildren; three
step-grandchildren; four
step-great-granddaughters
and several nieces and
nephews.
Memorialization will be
by cremation with a grave-
side memorial service at
Sink Creek Cemetery at a
later date, with James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel directing.
Gentry-Morrison
Funeral Homes
Southside Chapel
1727 Bartow Road
Lakeland, FL 33801
863-688-7679
gentty-morrison.com

Rency
Pumphrey

Rency Pumphrey, 94, of
Lakeland, passed away
Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2010,
at her residence, from


heart failure.
She was born in Marian-
na, April 23, 1915. She was
a member of the Eastside
Assembly of God in Winter
Haven.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,. the
Rev. H.T. Pumphrey; and
children Patricia Patrick,
Elizabeth Burrell, Carroll
Pumphrey; and grandson,
Jeffrey Pumphrey.
She is survived by chil-
dren, Drs. Paul and Dene
Wood, of Springfield, Mo.;
Ken and Rachel Reeves, of
Dade City; Larry
Pumphrey, of Belen, Costa
Rica; Bob and Lora Wil-
liams, of Lakeland; Bill and
Dr. Flo Haire; of Lakeland;
Tim and Laura Chase, of
Georgetown, Ga.; the Rev.
Joel and Martha Johnson,
of Lakeland; and Larry and
Mary Dials, of Lakeland.
She is also survived by her
brother, Paul Sexton of
Baker; and sister Susie
Mayo of Marianna. She had
14 grandchildren and 11
great-grandchildren.
Visitation was Thursday,
6 to 8 p.m. EST at Gentry-
Morrison Southside in
Lakeland. The service was
on Friday, 2 p.m. EST at
the Southside Assembly of
God, Lakeland.


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

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Mr. Thomas Richard
Thornton, 88, of Marianna
passed away Friday, Feb.
12, 2010 in the Chipola
Nursing Pavilion.
He had been a resident
of Marianna since 1973,'
coming here from Ken-
tucky. He was a member of
the Marvin Chapel Freewill
Baptist Church and served
his country during World
War II as a member of the
Army and Air Force. He en-
joyed fishing and was a
baseball fan.
Mr.Thorntonwaspreced-
ed in death by his son, Ri-
chard "Ricky" Allen Thorn-


ton; his wife, .Hattie Mae
Thornton; parents, Fred
and Mildred Thornton;
son-in-law, Jimmy Lavon
Dozier; sister, Emma Spill-
man and brothers, Howard
Thornton -and Bobby
Thornton,
Survivors include daugh-
ters, Sheila Hanlon and
husband Charles of Wewa- -
hitchika, Sherry Dozier pf
Marianna, Jernearl Bulzfr
and husband Johnny of
Marianna, Rena Baggett
and husband Allan of Tal-
lahassee and Lawanda
Nunnery and husband
Casey of Wewahitdhika;
son, Henry Stephens and
wife Sylvia of Marianna;
special friend Joyce "Tillie"
Jones of Marianna; 13'
grandchildren; 18 great-
grandchildren and 14
great-great-grandchildren.
Services will be Tuesday,
Feb. 16, at 4 p.m. in the
Marianna Chapel Funeral
Home with Revs: Ronnie
Wright and Claude McGill
officiating.
Memorialization wiill be
by cremation.
Contributions may be
made to Covenant Hospice
at 4440 Lafayette St., Suite
C, Marianna, FL 32446, in
memory of Thomas R.
Thornton.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements. Expressions of
sympathy may be submit-
ted online at
www.mariannachapelfh.com.


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BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
Eric Sauls homered and drove .
in four runs Thursday to lead the
No. 3 Chipola Indians to a 9-4
victory over Wallace-Dothan at
Chipola Field..
Sauls, who was 3-for-3 on the
day, hit a two-run home run in the
second inning for the first runs of
the game.
The sophomore outfielder then
sparked a fbur-run fifth inning
with a two-RBI double.
Chipola also got an RBI sacri-
fice fly from Blake Newalu in the
inning, and the Indians took an 8-
2 lead.
Andy Fermin and Tyler Wilson
also added RBI for the Indians,
who have won six of seven games
after dropping their first two of
the season.
Austin Wright started and
pitched five innings for the victo-
ry, surrendering one earned run,
walking one, and striking out
three.
Cody Martin was 3-for-4 with
two runs for Chipola.
"It was kind of a ho-hum win;"
Indians coach Jeff Johnson said.
S "We just kind of held in there. We
didn't do a lot of things good. The
The Graceville Tigers' basketball players and cheerleaders celebrate after winning the District 2-2A tournament title Saturday night best thing we did was win the
in Blountstown. Graceville won the game 58-53 to earn a home game in the first round of the 2A state playoffs on Thursday night game."
at 7 p.m. As runner-up, Blountstown will have to travel for its opening playoff game. ark Skinner/Floridan 1 Chipola will nst plDaryton at Chipolaat
S Field.


Bulldogs beat Arnold, advance to title game Chipola women
By DUSTIN KENT bucket by Krize Pinkins and a on hot streak
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR lay-up by RJ Bowers to make it Bfly DUSTIN KENT


The Marianna Bulldogs got a
bit of a scare in the second half,
but the top-seeded team in
District 1-3A pulled through-
Saturday night with a 50-42 win
-over the Arnold Marlins.
The semifinal victory
advanced the Bulldogs (23-3) to
the district title game on Monday
night at 7 p.m.
Marianna will face the Bay
High Tornadoes, who defeated
Pensacola Catholic 58-55 in the
first semifinal game Saturday.
The Bulldogs, who went
through the district schedule
unbeaten and often untested, had
to grind out this one, as Arnold
overcame a 13-point halftime
deficit to get as close as four.
Marianna led 27-14 at the
break, but the Marlins stormed
back with a 13-6 run to start the
third to get to within six at 33-27
on a 3-point play by Nate Hicks.
The Bulldogs pushed the lead
to 37-28 after three, but Arnold
fought back with a pair of 3-
.pointers by Patrick Leistner And a
basket by Martez Ellinburg to cut
it to 40-36 with 5:03 to play.
The Bulldogs .answered with a


44-36 with 4:12 to play.
Hicks, who led the Marlins
with 16 points, scored on the
inside to get it back to six, but
Pinkirfs had the answer with a
reverse lay-up off of a nice feed
from Bowers for a 46-38 lead.
Pinkins fouled out of the game
with 2:31 to play, leaving the 6-
foot, 11-inch Hicks with a decid-
ed size advantage on the interior.
Hicks made two free throws to
cut the deficit back to six, but the
Marlins' big man also fouled out
with 1:14 to.play and Marianna
still up 46-40.
The Bulldogs made it difficult
on themselves at the: free throw
line, making just 2-of-7 in the
final two minutes.
But the Marlins were unable to
capitalize, and a steal and bucket
by Tre Long pushed the lead to
10 with 25 seconds to go to seal
the win.
Pinkins and Bowers led the
Bulldogs with 11 points each,
with Long adding nine points.,
Leistner and Javarious Johnson
each added eight for Arnold.
With a win on Saturday, the
Bulldogs can clinch a home play-
off-opener on Thursday at 7 p.m.


FLORIDAN SPORL EDIT1
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR


Marianna's Kendall Leaks (14) puts up a shot during a district tour-
nament game against the Arnold Marlins on Saturday night in
Marianna. The Bulldogs won the game 50-42 to advance to the
district championship game on Monday night at 7 p:m. -Mark
Skinner/Floridan


After a rocky start, the Chipola
Lady Indians softball team has
now won 10 straight games .
Chipola started the season 1-3,
but the Lady Indians have
bounced baick to take 10 in a row,
the last two coming on Thursday
with back-to-back blowouts of
Darton. The Lady Indians won
the first garrie 10-1, and the sec-
ond 16-5.
Trish Bliss and Ariell van Hook
each homered in the first game,
with Bliss adding another in the
second game.
Emma Stevenson won both
games in the circle for Chipola,
pitching eight total innings and
surrendering just one run on three
hits, one walk, and seven strike-
outs. The Lady Indians'complet-
ed dominated the second game,,
tallying 21 total hits. Dana
Cauthen and Nikki Roddy each
picked up four hits for Chipola,
with .Bliss going 2-for-3 with
three RBI, and three runs.
Andrea Sullivan was also 2-
for-3 with a home run, two RBI,
and lwo runs.


Malone hopes to replicate last season's


success with big 2010


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR .
The Malone Tigers had a banner season
in 2009, winning 16 games, their third
straight district championship, and making
it all the way to the 1A regional finals
before losing to Eagle's View.
The Tigers lost several key players from
that team, but they return enough of their
core group to again come into 2010 with
postseason aspirations.
Gone is star outfielder/pitcher Aaron
Conrad, who graduated last year after
leading the Tigers in hits; home runs and
RBI, as well as strikeouts from the mound.
Starters Kevin Warren, Dayvon Larry,
and Derek Welch have also left.
Malone does return its top pitcher in
junior Derek Orshall, who posted a 6-2
record in 2009 and a 1.94 Earned Run
Average, while batting .400 at the plate
with 23 RBI. .
Senior Jeffrey Pittman returns for his
senior season after a breakout year in
2009, in which he led the Tigers in hitting
(.448), while adding 21 RBI and 22 runs
scored.
Pittman also won three of four decisions
on the mound, posting a 1.94-ERA in 21
2/3 innings.


Malone coach Max Harkrider said he
will need big seasons from both Orshall
and Pittman if the Tigers are going to
reach their goals this year.
"Obviously, we're counting on Derek,
Orshall a lot," the coach said. "He'll be
our No. 1 guy on the mound. Jeffrey
Pittman had a big year last year, so hope-
fully he'll have another great season this
year."
Starting catcher Blake Henson returns
for the Tigers, as does senior pitcher/utili-
ty player Will Dunnaway, who went 2-0
last season in 15 1/3 innings.
Malone will need to find someone to
replace Conrad's contributions on the
mound. Harkrider said that a handful of
Tigers would be given the'opportunity to
fill the void.
"Aaron threw a toi of innings last year,
so I need. guys to step up for me," the
coach said. "Pittman threw well last year,
but I don't know who is going to be that
No. 2 guy. That will be a wild card.
"Will Dunnaway and Nick Breeden will
get a chance. Sean Henry is going to have
to step up and play shortstop and pitch
some as. well.
."We're going to throw a lot of arms
early just to see what we've got.
Hopefully, we'll figure out who it is."


The Malone Tigers baseball team watches from the dugout during a preseason
game against the Cottondale Hornets on'Thursday night in Cottondale. Mark
Skinner/Floridan '
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last season, and played well down the Austin Lockhart will take over in center-
stretch. field for Conrad.
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Tigers eliminate Sneads with 78-73 win


High School Boys
Basketball
The District 1-3A tour-
nament title game will
take place tonight at 7
p.m. in Marianna, with
the Bulldogs taking on
the Bay High Tornadoes.
High School Boys.
Basketball
The Graceville Tigers
and Malone Tigers will
both begin playoff action
on Thursday at 7 p.m.
Graceville will take on
xxxxxx at home, while
Malone will travel to
Paxton.
High School Girls
Basketball
The Cottondale Lady
Hornets will take on the
Ponce de Leon Lady
Pirates on Tuesday night
in the regional semifinals
of the 2A state tourna-
ment.
The winner will
advance to the regional
finals on Saturday night.


By DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SiPORis EDITOR
BLOUNTSTOWN --'Cameron Dozier
scored 12 of his game-high 27 points in
the fourth period Friday night to lead the
Graceville Tigers to a 78-73 win over
Sneads in the district tournament semifi-
nals.
The win advanced the Tigers to
Saturday's district title game against
Blountstown, and it ended the Pirates'
season. The teams went back and forth in
the first half, trading the lead six times
before Graceville settled into a 31-27
halftime edge.
In the third period, the Tigers started to
take command with their frantic'pace and
fullcourt pressure defense. They quickly
extended the lead to 46-36 after two 3-
pointers by Dozier and a lay-up by Kevin
Potts with 5:15 on the clock.
The Pirates hung tough, with Jeff Bell
scoring six straight, and Terrance Green
adding a lay-up to cut the' lead to five at
51-46.
Baskets by Cameron Dozier and CJ
Dozier pushed the Tigers' lead to 55-47
through three quarters..I
Graceville led 62-54. with 4:34 to play,
when Sneads got a 3-point play from Josh
Rogers and a basket by Jamar White to
cut the lead to three with 3:53 left.
Cameron Dozier answered with back-
to-back buckets, followed by a miss that
was put back in by Marquise.White for a
68-63 lead with 2:30 to play.


A 3-point play by Jeff Davis cut the
lead to two at 70-68 with 1:37 on the
clock. But Cameron Dozier responded
with a pair of free throws with 1:31 left to
push it back to four.
A basket by Marquise White with 36
seconds left increased Graceville's lead to
74-68. Rogers replied with a triple to cut
the lead in half, but Dozier again calmly
sank, two free throws at the other end with
19 seconds remaining for a 76-71 lead.
Marquise White sealed the win at the line
for the Tigers with l-of-2 with 10.8 sec-
onds left, to put Graceville up four.
"Big win," Graceville' coach Thomas
Register said after the game. "I thought
the biggest thing was we were able to
come out in the third and get it into an up-
and-down game, and that's where we
made our run.
"But give Sneads credit. They were
ready to play, they were disciplined, and
they fought us right to the end."
Rogers led Sneads with'16 points, with
Jamar White adding 15, Bell 14, and
Davis 13. Potts scored 13 points for
Graceville, CJ Dozier added 12, and
Marquise White nine.
Sneads coach Kelvin Johnson said he
was proud of the effort.his team gave him
all season.
"I've got no complaints about this
group," the coach said. "We probably
didn't think about being this far along.
We're a little disappointed to lose, but the
boys grew up a lot this year. They gave us
their best effort."


Sneads', John Whittington, right, tries' to make a pass
while being defended by Graceville's Byron Laster during
a district tournament semifinal game Friday. night in
Blountstown. Mark Skinner/Floridan


High School Baseball
Tuesday- Malone at
Graceville, 4 p.m., and 6
p.m.; Liberty County at
Marianna, 4 p.m., and -6
p.m.
Thursday- Graceville
at Marianna, 6 p.m.
Friday- Walton at
Marianna, 4 p.m., and 6
p.m.: Malone at Ponce de
Leon, 4 p.m., and 6 p.m.
High School Softball
Monday- Graceville at
Marianna, 4:30 p.m., and
6:30 p.m.; Chipley at
Sneads, 4 p.m., and 6
p.m.; Malone at
Blountstown, 4 p.m., and
5:30 p.m.
Tuesday- Blountstown
at Graceville, 4 p.m., and
6 p.m.; Holmes County
at Sneads, 4 p.m., and 6
p.m.
Thursday- Cottondale
at Holmes County, '4
p.m., and 6 p.m.
Friday-' Cottondale at
Sneads, 4 p.m., and 6
p.m.; Vernon at
Graceville, 4 p.m., and 6
p.m.; Blountstown at
Malone, 4 p.m., and 5:30
p.m.; Marianna dt
Holmes County, 4:30
p.m., and 6:30 p.m.
Saturday- Vernon at
Cottondale, 12 p.m., and
2 p.m.
Chipola Basketball
The Chipola men's and
women's basketball
teams will have a busy
week this week with
three games, starting
Monday against the
Pensacola Pirates in
Pensacola.
The teams return home
on Wednesday to take on
Northwest Florida State,
with the women's game
tipping off at 5:30 p.m.,
followed by the men at
7:30 p.m.
The week concludes
on Saturday night with a
road trip to Tallahassee.
Chipola Baseball
The Chipola Indians
play host to Shelton State
on Tuesday at 3 p.m.'
The Indians finish the
week by hitting the road
Thursday for four games
in three days, taking on
College of Southern
Nevada on Thursday and
Friday, then playing
Cypress on Saturday
before another matchup
with College of Southern
Nevada.
Chipola Softball
The Chipola Lady
Indians head to Aiken,
S.C., this weekend for
three games.
On Friday, Chipola
plays Gadsden State and
Georgia Military
College.
On Saturday, the Lady
Indians take on Gordon
College.
Chipola returns home
on Feb. 24 against.
Lakeland College.
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 Florida/n
P.O. Box 520 Marianna,
FL 32447.
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FAMU tops

Malone for

district title
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Malone Tigers, saw
history repeat itself Friday
night in Tallahassee, falling
to the FAMU Baby Rattlers.
51-45 in the district cham-
pionship game.
Malone lost to FAMU
despite winning the two
regular season matchups.
The Tigers suffered the
same fate last season, when
they defeated Graceville
twice in the regular season
before falling to them in
the district title game.
It was a sloppy perform-
ance by the district's top
seed Friday night, as
Malone missed 13 free'
throws and nearly a dozen
lay-ups.
"It was just one of those
nights where we couldn't
make a bucket, and it kind
of snowballed," Malone
coach Steven Welch said
after the game.
FAMU never trailed in
the game, and led 17-15 at
halftime. Malone tied the
game at 36-36 going into
the fourth period, but the
Baby Rattlers pushed the
lead to eight with 1:30 left
in regulation.
The Tigers came up with
a big rally late, and TJ
Smith knocked down a 3-
pointer with eight seconds
left to tie' the game and
send it into overtime.
But a pair of turnovers to
start the overtime paved the
way for four FAMU points,
and the Baby Rattlers never
relinquished the lead.
Malone was led by
LaDarius McElroy's 14
points, with Jordah Warner
leading FAMU with 20.


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Hornets in district semis


Cottondale's Marcus Humose (2) tries to drive around Blountstown's Leon Broxton
during a district tournament semifinal game Friday night in Blountstown. The Tigers
won te game 60-55. Mark Skinner/Floridan


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTs EDITOR
BLOUNTSTOWN -
The Blountstown Tigers'
got up big, then withstood a
furious rally by Cottondale
late to knock off the top-
seeded Hornets 60-55 in
the district tournament
semifinals.
With the win, the.Tigers
advanced to Saturday
night's district champi-
onship game against
Graceville.
"Leon .Broxton scored 14
points to lead Blountstown.
- The Tigers overcame a 28-
point effort from,
Cottondale's Marcus
Humose, who scored 17 in


the fourth period.
The Hornets had beaten
the Tigers in both of the
regular season meetings,
winning.handily at home in
the first matchup and then
winning by two in
Blountstown in' the second.
Unfortunately for
Cottondale, a season sweep
was not to be.
"It's hard. to beat a team
three times," Blountstown
coach Tony Davis said after
the game. "We tried to fight
and stay' in it the whole
way, and I'm grateful we
were able to hang on and
win. It was a good game
between two good teams,
but somebody had to win."
The Tigers were able to


establish a 32-26 halftime
lead thanks to some hot
shooting from the perime-
ter. Blountstown knocked
down seven 3-pointers in
the game's first 16 minutes,
with three in a row late in
the second quarter trigger-,
ing an 11-0 spurt.
With Cottondale leading
23-21, PJ Buggs hit a triple
to give the Tigers the lead
with 3:17 left in the half.
Ryan McIntyre then
added two more on the next
two Blountstown posses-
sions to make it 30-23.
A 3-pointer by Humose
with 1:46 left in the half
broke the run and kept the
Hornets within striking dis-
tance.


But the Cottondale
offense went stale in the
third period, failing to
score a point until a pair of
free throws by Nick
Jackson with 4:09 oh the
clock.
A basket by Nick Martin
and a driving hoop by
Jawon Mosley put
Blountstown up 40-28.
The Tigers extended the
lead to 45-32 on a 3-point
play by Broxton with 6:47
to play, and Cottondale's
chances of making a come-
back seemed nearly impos-'
sible.
But the Hornets showed
some life with a pair of free
throws and a 3-point play
by Humose drawing
Cottondale to within eight
at 47-39.
After another basket by
Humose, ,the Cottondale
press forced a Blountstown
turnover, and Humose fin-
ished the play again and
was fouled with 4:26 to
play.
The free throw cut
Blountstown's lead to 47-
44. *
However, Blountstown
answered with baskets by
Buggs and Broxton to push
the lead to seven with 3:40
to go.
Cottondale trailed 55-48
with just over a minute to
play, but Humose made
four straight free throws,
with Blountstown missing
consecutive front ends of
1-and-Is, to make it 55-52
with 38.2 seconds remain-
ing.
Trailing 56-52, Humose
knocked down a 3-pointer
with 8;.8 seconds left to cut
the lead to one.
After a pair of Paul
Mosley free throws, the
Hornets had one last
chance to tie with an
inbounds play with 4.1 sec-
onds left.
However, Buggs' stole
the pass and scored. as
timed expired, to seal the
win.


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Graceville's Wynterra Pittman (3) puts up a shot
over a defender during a game earlier this sea-
son. The Lady Tigers were knocked out of the play-
offs Thursday night, falling to Ponce de Leon 49-
45 on the road. The Malone girls also lost, falling
to Paxton 67-44. Floridan File Photo


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The Tigers also will look
for contributions from
.newcomers freshman
outfielders Hunter Dillard
and Travlaen 'Schumaker,
freshman utility player-
Brett Henry, sophomore
outfielder Preston
Matthews, and eighth-
grade pitcher/utility player
Robert Orshall, the
younger brother of Derek
Orshall.
"I think Robert Orshall
has a ton of ability, but he's
very young, Hunter Dillard
as well," Harkrider said.
"They're all good athletes,
and they're all pretty even.
It will come down to who
works the hardest and who
wants to play the most.
"We've got some holes
to fill, but the guys are
working hard trying to fill
in. We've got a good nucle-
us coming back, we're just
trying to figure out who
our best nine are and where
they need to be."
Perhaps the biggest void
to fill will be offensive,
firepower provided by
Conrad in the middle of the
lineup last year.


"I don't. know if we'll be
able to replace Aaron with
one guy," Harkrider said.
"If we can just get two
guys to step up and do
what he did, that would be
great. He was a huge part
of our team.
"Brut I guess that's the
fun and challenging part of
it. You have guys step in
and they want to fill that
role. A lot of them want to
do it, but wanting it and
doing it is a whole differ-
ent thing."
Harkrider said he liked
what he has seen thus far,
and he believes his team
can again be formidable
.this year.
"I talked to the guys the
other day and told them
that the pieces of the puz-
zle are there," the coach
said. "By. the end of the
year, we'll have a chance
to be pretty good.
"We've got a good
nucleus, we've just got to
get some contributions
from the guys coming up.
But with this new district,
that's the wild card. I don't
know a lot about the other


teams."
The Tigers' new district
will feature FAMU,
Aucilla, John Paul, Altha, .
and Munroe, with long-
time district rival
Graceville now in 2A.
"I think it will be fun,"
Harkrider said. "You get to
learn some new' teams,
instead of just playing
Graceville, Bethlehem and
Poplar all the time. It will
be good to compete against
some new teams."
Malone would love to
make. another deep post-
season run this year, but
Harkrider said he has cau-
tioned his players not to
get ahead of themselves.
"We've got seven of the
12 guys on that team back,
and we had a great run,"
the coach said. "But
they've got to understand
that last year is over with..
We had a lot of fun last
year, and we want to keep
it going because no one
will give you anything."
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season play on Tuesday
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"World Famous" Traveling Buy Show is Coming

Cash in your attic? This week visitors will cash in on antiques, gold, silver, coins, and collectibles many in for a surprise!


By Anne-Marie Thompson
The Great Treasure Hunt STAFF WRITER
Could thousands of
dollars be collecting dust in
your closet or attic? Bring
your valuables on down to
the Great Treasure Hunt
Antique and Collectible Buy
Show in Marianna and leave
with- cash in hand! The
Treasure Hunters are located
at the Fairfield Inn and Suites
from Monday until Friday to
pump money back into the.
rapidly declining economy.
With unemployment
reaching 11.2% in Florida,
there is no doubt that
Marianna locals are in need
of fast cash. The Treasure
Hunters will make an offer
for anything of value, so
come down to .the Fairfield
Inn and Suites for a free
appraisal.
"We will sort through
boxes of collectibles and bags
of coins and jewelry if you let
us," says Treasure Hunter
Kenny Davis, but that is
not all they buy. They have
purchased anything from
comic books and tin toys to
basketball jerseys and rare
vintage guitars.
Just recently, 82-year-
old Ben Williams of Green
Bay, WI came to visit the
Treasure Hunters. He
had antiques passed down


from his mother, including
a 150-year-old oak coffee
table with painted detail and
a lamp dating back to the
1910s. When asked about the
condition the coffee table was
kept, Ben replied, "I've never
let a sole on it." All humor
aside, the Treasure Hunters
met his asking price, paying
higher than any other buyer.
"The Treasure Hunters were


very fair, and I know the table
is going in the right hands,"
Ben said.
The easiest way to know
what coins are of value, the
Treasure Hunters explain,
is to look at the date. U.S.
coins made before 1965 are
valuable because of their high
silver content, and they can
be worth more if they happen


to be a rare date.
The Treasure Hunters
can test precious metals on
site, as well. If there is any
doubt of the carat content,
the experts will be able to
find out within minutes.
They will buy broken chains,
earring studs, diamonds,
class rings, and much, much
more. Nothing is too. big or
too small.
Judy came in yesterday to
sell her old jewelry. "I can't
believe I almost threw my
broken chains away!" she
said. "I'm so glad I checked
[the Buy Show] out!"
Scrap gold and coins are
the most common items they
buy, but there have been
some interesting finds. Just
recently someone came in
with an African soul washer.
After a quick call to verify the
value, the Treasure Hunters
made a hefty offer and a
happy exchange. Some other
purchased treasures include
a baseball jersey belonging
to St. Louis Cardinals first
baseman Stan Musial, the
estate of late baseball Hall
of Famer Ty Cobb, and a
certified 3-carat diamond
engagement ring.
Sharon Egan of Canton,
OH brought in her father's
old baseball cards, hoping
to make, some fast cash.


"My daughter is turning 5,"
she said, smiling. "I want
to throw her a big birthday
party." The cards had been
sitting in her attic since
her father passed away,

"Every person out
there has something
we would have
interest in"
Team member Chris Wagner

and she said she had never
considered that they might
be worth money. The sale
was quick and happy. She
made $1310. She exclaimed,
"I can throw my daughter's
sweet sixteen off what the
Treasure Hunters gave me!"
While the Treasure
Hunters cannot purchase
everything brought in,
they, welcome anyone and
everyone to come by with
their items.
TheTreasure Hunters will
be set up at the Fairfield Inn
and Suites Monday Friday
from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., so
stop by for a free appraisal.
For, more information
visit : -their website:
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How It Works
After just a few moments you will
be asked to come and have a seat
at a table with one of our Treasure
Hunters. In order to expedite the
process, we ask that you place all
your items on the table in front of
you so that we may easily see them.
If you have coins, please separate
. them into denominations. By doing
this, you will assist in making the
process smoother. Our Treasure'
Hunters will divide your items into
two categories:
1. Items we would like to
purchase.
2. Items we are not interested in
purchasing.
This does not mean that these
items do not have value, but they
simply are not in demand in our
network of collectors. Once the
items are separated, we will make an
offer on the items we are interested
in purchasing. This offer is based on
the current market value. We use a
number of resources to obtain this
price, including results of recently
completed auctions. If you have a
certain price in mind for your items,
please do not hesitate to tell our
associates. This information could
help to make a deal rather than lose
one. Should you choose to accept
our offer, we will give you a prompt
cash payment.


IARYNWIght,
Civil War, WWI, WWII,
Revolutionary War,
Spanish-American War
etc. Items of interest
include: Swords
Bavonets* Badges
Literature Photos
Uniforms Medals
*Knives Gear
Manuals Foreign & U.S.
Many swords wanted.


On theTreasure Hunters' last trip
to Pottsville, PA, they discovered an
unexpected gem. Treasure Hunter
Will Whitaker reports, "I couldn't
believe we had come across a Gibson
F-5 because they are so rare!" With
a speedy call to Kenny Davis, the
Treasure Hunters quickly learned of
the mandolin's authenticity. It was
genuine.
The Treasure Hunters met the
seller's asking price enthusiastically,
and the Gibson F-5 became a found
treasure.
The seller made a very large profit

Friends Carpool To The
By Anne-Marie Thompson
The Great Treasure Hunt STAFF WRITER
Friends and families often travel
together to make the Great Treasure
Hunt Antique and Collectible Buy
Show a fun event. Treasure Hunter
Matt Block recalls, "Two women
came in with their old gold jewelry.
They had made it a contest to see


on mthe mandolin and left the snow,
with a great deal of cash in hand.


Finished with an ultra-thin, hand-
brushed varnish and hand-applied French
polish, the Gibson F-5 Master Model is the
ultimate in sound and beauty.

Buy Show
which one had brought the most
stuff to cash in."
The Buy Show is busiest around
noon, when coworkers hop-in their
cars and come in groups to make
extra cash on their lunch houi. The
appraisals do not take long, so make
a trip to the Buy Show today!.


The Treasure Hunters will be set up at the Fairfield Inn and Suites
Monday Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

We represent some of the world's top memorabilia
antique collectors Hunters are willing to. meet sellers
The Great Treasure Hunt privately to ensure the safety of their
Antique and Collectible Buy Show goods. Their purchases are always
represents top buyers of antiques professional, fair, and discreet.
and collectibles. These resources
allow the Treasure Hunters to pay
the highest amount possible to their
sellers. The company bases their
offers on today's going rates, so you
can be sure you are getting the most
for your valuables.
Given the circumstances in
today's economy, the Treasure


Single Mom Sells Her
Old Gold and Starts
Business
Jane Mitchell from Northamptdn,
Massachusetts came in to the
Great Treasure Hunt Antique and
Collectible Buy Show in need of


extra cash. She brought her out-of-'
style gold jewelry and some broken
chains. "I didn't think they'would
be worth much, but I'm starting my
own business from home, so every
little bit counts."

"It only took a few minutes
& I left CASH In Hand!"

The little bit she hoped for
ballooned to an even $2000, which
was more than enough cushion for
her new catering business.
With gold at an all-time high, it
is no wonder she received such a
large sum. "What's great," Jane
exclaimed, "is that this was all just
sitting in an old jewelry box in the
back bf my closet!" The Treasure
Hunters turned her unwanted
jewelry into much needed cash in
less than 15 minutes.

Paying Top $$$ For..0ver
$3 million Paid Out Last Year
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Memoribilia (pre -1970)
Vintage Toys (pre-1965)
Watches & Coins'
Guitars
Comic Books (pre -1970)
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Cards (pre -1970)
Complete Coin Sets
Autographs (pre -1970)
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Abu t ildlife FORSA2 334 793 6690 good c (3791-$2,0.3-754
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ppltone Ready for hunting crack Pecans- For details 850-557- 0730Dis
undant wildlife poplaton Ued Kohler and 850-326-3016 334-793-6690 3432/850-814-6515 81914000 dually. Tow package
for hun Campbell PianoApartments- 4x4 Polaris Mossy & Reese Hitch
Price negotabletUnfurnishedR o oent Oak camo edition. Asking $74,300.
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farm orresien development. 850-482-4252 Bahia seed for sale 573-0598 for more in- r llt i/ab incl.. -20 less than 250 Roller
exc. germination fo. $-33furling, bimin, head,
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D Dogs 775-3749ext.102, on2BlR.IBAin town ext 1 fast $1300. 334-389- Harbor slip B-6. 334-
AndalusiaA V S S or 334-775-3423 850-7 -51 I Townhomes J2816 673-0330. $15,000. Carriage Crneo '0
Boston Terrier pups, L m" Honda '07 CRF80 32ft 3-slides, 2-A/C,
[March 6 11:00 A ( Dinett S KC, D Perennial Pnut/Grass Duplex/Triplex 00R/2BA rtke rs, loaded, no smoke, no
U1 t Ready 2/14/10. $350 Mix sm. and Ig round [ uplex/Triplex_ 2BR/2BA $1000 6X12 enclosed _ft l pets, Exc. Cond.
W W W .JPKING.COM 334-693-9195 bails.Some wrapped. TOWNHOUStES trailer$1500 new $ 36,500 334-714-4001
4 S i $35 roll, 334-797-6123 LG 2/1 in Marianna, t MONTH FREE cond. 850-447-2859 herL e -
nice kitchen, o en cal 850-209-CherokeeTrailer'06
__l_ _ine__t__ yard/por I vt/se Bike is complete cus- new. $16,000. 334-
e the mploym 600/mo850 -32-2103 tom with tons of ac- Seacraft, '89 20ff 347-1887 or 334-449-
111MFFnIeIS- I O inestate t ecessoriesincI. Red Center Console, boat, 0162
,l HousesUnfurnishedj res l forle 34805-0816. 225HP JohnsonMtr, COUGAR '01 Camper
Es CAus r- roassifiea!. POLARIS Ranger'06 Dual Axle Tr. w/ loadedREDUCED!
SA i 3r CKC reg. Swer.iI Mal 1149 Gus Love Rd 500 w/lass brakes,wh., runs R
these Puppies 1M/1F Ashford windshield, fiber- well, very clean,
Ready for your Val- 3BR/2BA Brick glass roof, winch, a/t Great cond.$6,850. Dutchman '02Classic
entire! 334-774-9595 CareerSeeker $1250 mo/$1250 dep 589 mud & snow tires 334-696-5505. 35 foot fifth wheel,
334-797-1517 250 hours, used on extra clean, no pets
V lr A S.E. ALABAMA Bus s 3/1 home for rent in farm only, runs per- or zmoo.ing. 2 slides.
KENNL*UB OpoKuENneEsLBy Marianna. Call for fect. $6,500., 334-775- EN *i Mu -,,Isleeps S. 1.5 bbah.
J a c k s o n C opportunity 37/334-695-0139 3 347968136 or 34-
Good Manners details 850-209-8759 LHomes with Acreage 307/34 3 Ba4t, 82025
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Classes iStartsi with Bakery, In- rent 850- 526-3355 w/barn on 2 acres oo ,n
JOB OPPORTUNITIES March 2nda, 2010,$45 ventory &Equi p- "Property Mgmtis Possible ownerfi- 1999 17footAumi Sea Fox 0u421 t, 140 Seeps. Asng
JOBOP RUfor 6 weeksF craft, 50 HP Mercury, Suzuki 0.I. Galv payoff. 334-794-8897
334-598-9463, 334- meant For Sale Call our ONLY Business" nancing 850-209-8759trailer, trollin mo Tandem trailer, GPS, or 334-790-7918
Jackson Hospital, a 100-bed acute care hospital 299-3315, or 334-714- 850-573-0838 Several units avail. 4 tor depth, 0fin lie radio, toilet, exc.
3123 rent. MH/Apts & new ( Hom Sales well. $4500 334-312- cond.,$8,500 726-4835 -
located in Marianna, Florida, has an immediate o i5 0114 Stratos'99 273 .a
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needfor e following busy medical practice. Doctors office New Paint, Carpet 40hp mercury, 4- Johnson 150HP, need
experience needed with phlebotomy | Houses Furnished J Appliances. FP. Sev- stroke, mtr guide, a 3 1/4 ton truck or ,(
experience a plus. Full time position with eral as-is double- trolling mtr, Hum- $6500. 334-596-1694 Dutchmen 40 ft.
PROGRESSIVE CARE / SPECIAL CARE benefits. Fax resume to 850-638-4195 or 2/2 home for rent, wides. Come bid onr mingbird 565, TAC,
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850-592-5571 SQ.FT. $139,000, new, suzuki mtr 115 CHECK ing table w/4 chairs,
performance. This role seeks a nurse wi80-592-5571 S3 GONZALES 0' hp 4 stroke, ps trol- Tqueen bed, slides,
pr for patn t cre tek ca l re si Sales 2/1 Located in (LAVER HILLS) ling mtr, cd/ m/am. OUT THE no smoking or pets,
passion for patient care in the critical care setting Sneads $350/mo 334-790-7676 $16,000. 334-347-1887 CLASIFIEDS! Like new! only $28K
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have a current Florida RN license and previous
experience in the critical care setting. Previous
management/supervisory experience and a BSN are
preferred.

O.R. SCRUB TECH/NURSE
Full-time O.R. Scrub Tech/Nurse needed to work
day shift Monday Friday with call obligations.
Qualified candidates must live within 20 minutes of
the hospital. O.R. experience preferred.

O.R. CIRCULATOR
Full-time O.R. Circulator needed to work day shift
Monday Friday with call obligations. Qualified
candidates must live within 20 minutes of the
hospital and possess a current Florida RN license.
Previous O.R. experience preferred.
RECOVERY ROOM NURSE
Full-time recovery room nurse needed to work
day shift Monday Friday with call obligations.
Qualified candidates must live within 20 minutes
of the hospital and possess a current Florida RN
license. Previous O.R. experience is preferred.
PROGRESSIVE CARE / SPECIAL CARE RNs
Full-time RNs needed to work 12 hour shifts from
7A 7P and 7P 7A. Qualified candidates must
possess a current Florida R.N. license and BCLS
card. Previous experience and ACLS are preferred.
MEDICAL OFFICE MANAGER
Local medical practice is seeking an experienced
Medical Office Manager to supervise, manage, and
maintain the daily workings of our busy practice..
Qualified candidate must have previous experience
in a medical office setting with management/
supervisory duties.
Interested applicants should contact
or fax resume to:
Human Resources
Jackson Hospital
4250 Hospital Drive
Marianna, Florida 32446
(850) 718-2626 phone
(850) 718-2679 fax
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Marianna, FL
At American General Financial Services,
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4 outside plastic 482-5215 & 4 chairs $100 850- 850-482-5215 $8/ea or $250 for all
playhouse; good Bks by Phyllis Whit- 526-3426______34 850-209-5294
cond. $100/ea or B la DuncanPhyfetapes Large Job Site Con- Wild Blue Modem,
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850-209-4768 joner,46"cast iron 3261 Like new elect. hospi- XBOX 360 w/3 games
FREE Swing Set. 850- table, 3/4HP $175 Pocket 22 revolver tal bed $250 850-272- & wireless remote
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4257 W. Lafayette Franklin '05 Heritage Impa4la. Asking
Marianna, Florida 32446 40' w '2 slide-outs. $2,000. 334-347-6110 JAGUAR 95 XJS
(850)526-5260-Office awnings. 2BR. garden hevr t 110K $12,495 GREAT
(85)5 2 Fa tub with shower, rCheolet '93 Cap- CLASSIS. WEST MAIN
(850)526-5264-Fax W&D. CHA. Lots of rice, white, 70K CAR SALES LLC
www.floridashowcaserealty.com extra's. $20K. 334- 2006 Badmiles, extra clean 334-699-5880.
1347-4626 333-0309. all electric, in Great 334-792-8018 JEEP '06 Wrangler,
KEYSTONE '07 Condition. Finished inss,2
Copper Cayn 5th Realtree Hardwoods Chevy '03 Tahoe soft top, 49K mile 2
wheel, 2 sides ur- Full windshield, 2 gun 3rd Seat, good cond., door, auto1, 4 whee
round sound, Ig. I;v- racks, winch, front $11,000. OBO 334 685 drive. $13,500. 334-
ing area $27,50. basket, roof basket, 3921or 334-795 8411 685-0846
I.,ki --I.Si. i Ia ..1.334-618-6572. and battery charger. hevy'04 Cavalier
.....1 h',, -,1 0. (334)585-9488 4DR, AC, Low miles,
Sabre by Palar ino GREAT GAS MILEAGE, -
,. 08.28h 5th wheel NICECAR, LOW
I-,," f. a ,, camper, 3 lides. PAYMENTSi $300
Li_ i --.d ,..i iI. 'i manyetras. clean. doiwn $T99 perTmo.
SMII ..3 1yuu Sacrifice a, $29k 850- Call 334-791-8243 Ask
i UUEll ti1 e593.5675 for Steve Hatcher Kia 04 Optima LX,
4 door, 4 cylinder
Mo A tor!Ho mesl RChevy '05 Monte Car- 44,000 m les.
Motor Homes RVs 1 Cust. paint Char. excellent, $5995.
Gray Many Cust opt. 3341790.7959
Concord Coachman Fr End Dam age $4 00
'05 Motor Home. 23' OBO 3341-475-6267 -
long 2700mi. rake or 4750084
I St over payments.850- NISSAN '07 Titan Chevy 1969 Camara
593-5103 OFF ROAD PACKAGE, Z28 coupe orange
,-....., Cruise Master LE. '05 NEW TIRES,NEVER ext. black int. manual
36ft workhorse chas- BEEN OFFROAD OR 4-speed $9000.
sis 8.1 gas engine. SEEN MUD. SUPER 256-278-4276 Lexus '00 ES300
22k mi., no sml 7kw CLEAN TRUCK. edyx3@aol.com Platimum Model 98K
gen. 3 sI, SAT, 2 TV, 2 ROSCKFOEAR LOCK- CHRYSLER '08 300 Loaded $7,200 West
cam. Roadmauto level ING DIFF.TOWING Signature Series, va- Main Car Sales LLC
Cii, nJ ,,. ... .. ,' ,- tcam. Roadmastemr PACKAGE. ALSO ON nila, navigation, like 1919 West Main St.
Rc.".. ib. au [ N.." 12 Je.'rytem.I iau's' -AUTOTRADER.COM new, askng pyoff 334-699-5880
'05 W. FOR MORE PICTURES 116,700. 33440-454
Auto air. 6 cy. $75K AND INFO. 22500 Chrystler 300 66
w/'leep.$ 60k without miles, WHITE exteri- Convertible. Red.
jeep, both in great or, GREY interior, Rurs good, 510k 850-
cond. selling due'to 4WD, $22,985 526-4126
health. 850.352-2810 (334)268-,3900
Fleetwd. Bdr 07 3- AviationLEXUS'02 RX 300 92K
LOC. CR CLr-e. I si,. n . 4ade a ; l 6 $12,900 LIKE NEW.
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3BR.'.13B-\ la. rgerrni'i c er. m | .. I l ; gas. 5.900 ml. 1 I00k 14 Sport Pilot SALES LLC
S,,in,',ri,.td fei.icIn, e. : *., ..m (- .el, OBO 334-898"1201 t Ercoupe. Surf. co19199WESTMAIN ST
r ea. I n c ihttp://ww w.dfn.com Corvette '81 334-699-5880,
f IT h .O e om e c I -m e1`0fl .:n -- 3. 0 /eaachapterll93/E41 Automatic 350
All r i ., -ild ,.,e h- ,.l.i resq.htm oremail, 50 Lexus 08 RX-350
,!s ap In I Onca$212.500 LSpwood2128h@yahoo. (Silver) sell as is : white w/tan leather,
234550 Call or Appointmen, corn for more $6000. OBO sunroof, dual power
information. 334-774-1915 seats 45,600 mi,
Flight Club Share '83 Datsun '78 280Z 2+2, $26,900 334-685-6233
Four Winds '99 Cessna 172 & 182 original owner, 5 Lincoln 01' Excutive
hangard in Mar. exc. speed, fuel injected, Series 103K mi.
Motor- home. 34ft. condo. $2000 850-569- 180k miles, some w/reg. serve power
Excellent condition, 2969 rust, runs but needs windows & seats
20K, New tires. DVD work. $2500 OBO 850- w. lumber leather
Player-Ref- /Frez Automobiles Misc. 579- 2136 Iv msg int. new tires adult
THE RE %RE 2 LO HERL.,*..- r *i... w/Ice maker, Water. Fisher '07 1710 60 hp driven exc. cond.
v, i rh,, ; ,, ..:1, . heater. hydraulic 195 Buick Lasabre, Mercury 4 str, fully $6,90. fm
n,,=ui ..:...j r.- i e, r.c- .....:,-. lacks. convection- Custom V6, low mile- oaded, garage kept 334-790-4892
) ..--, E 1. 2: ,1_.- .; P.21,Ci .. r ,'microwave oven age, 23,560 miles, Less than 5hrs. Warr. -
0 o..r,,,_1 M_ _L __ f-_ -__i_ __ slide out. $25,500 $7000. OBO until 2013.$9,875 Lincoln Towmn Car '91
334-347-0619. 334-714-1543 V motor, mint cond.,
334-718-0460, 18- 334-7-06 FORD rn burgundy, 39,390.
0793 Ford '04 Crown Vict New tires, nice int.,
09_ _-ria LX. loaded. 55K needs back shocks.
S Z Monoco Knight '06, miles, drives like a $2000. 334-897-5482.
Save $25K or more. dream. 8700 321-
Diesel, 4 slides. 4300 231 6363.
mi, many upgrades Ford 05' Mustang V 6 t
lea -ful lul r lnairin iri i .f.:-.iT.T $1 $159.700. 850-866- auto, 59K mi. 9.900.
mi.e r.. I ,- L.- .-.o d t a.' 2774 FORD 5 500 SLE, 334-798'2747
Hign'-,, [M ik. ,ll^l3 afa, , r.._.^_l.6,23"
,,.MI .81 4.5mi Phaeton, 07' o40tt 4 Red. great cord. 47K
slide outs.1K mies.sun.7 1 m .K l .. miles r 8-CD0 s oound
350 CAT diesel system $10.500 OBO Mazda 03' Protege 5
Allison 6sp. 7.5 diesel 334-695-3550 5 speed, 80K miles,
gen. 4 dr. rig w/ Infinity '97 J30 30 miles per gallon.
ice`maker, W,'D in 142 000 miles. Good condition!!
motion satellite dish, $3 00 334-6877956 $5,993. 334-701-3453
rear & side cameras,d r 9 Ford '65 T-Brd, auto, Mazda '06 RXl
Home theater sys. KIA'03 RIO, Blue, 57K 390 4bbl, slide steer- Silver, exc. cond.,
INDI% % PRING' r ..... s %I )r r J. Leathereurorecliner, Miles,w/warranty, ing, 69K miles, $8,995 30,216 miles, $16,500
t .; , desk, K ng bed. new tires, LOADEDI obo. 314-671-5051 or 334-308-1395
i,,i ..... ,., r,, : ..i. r, ..., c BrakeP-uddy for tow $4,800 OBO 229-334- 334-797-5051
nJil ii t T. ti m car. Garage stored. 8520, 334-355-1202 FrI
l' .1 -,., ,. .. i r i Many other options. Ford '93 Taurus, runs r ,
I I,, a.I $160000tn s. MERCEDES '97 E320, good, needs AC,
,i,-,,''iitt..".t.'".. ',:,,. ...... 334 79 3817. y117K actual miles, $2200. 1-334-475-1723
i,:-n2 ,..1 ,uir .-e ... ....np .RkED, 3347973617. SIIver/Bei.e excel- Ford '97 Mustang Co-
,. ,..,1,,-4,, h.,.b,.ri,,,.,p *REDUCED' lent condition $7,000 brd OCHM spdo
it,,'.. I, L. :'322 -Ii,, 03 Class A Monoco 334-687-3189 bra, 4.61DOCH5spd.
La Palma. 2 slides. $6800 334-701-3564
Incl. car dolley & all Muo s s touring, exc cond re -
ful(dish Cab V8 Loaded, 32K r mainig warr. 48K
furnishings ishes$, 5'034O G4mi. black $11,500
towels ec.) 65K. $14,500. 334-791-0646 FORD- Brand New 334-445-3652 or 256-
334-79034802010 Mustang GT 2 452-8026
4Automobiles dr,5-spd trans,blk
In gawm. -:.,RVs,'Campers for-Sale ext,blk int,2WD,850 Mercedes '04 Benz
n N..' miles $28,500 E320, sports pack-
,. f, I :Wanted (334)479-8028 age, charcoal/black
.' ,'... 'i.., ,,..2003 Toyota Camry interior. 59K miles.
C,. m....- ,.,,, ... r., ,,-,, ....XLE V-6,75Kmiles. All $17.000. 334-806-7190
.: i MIi '1i22 power, sunroof,
S sAM/Fc cass.6O D..". Mercedes '06 R-350,
i Il:l Dis hanger, Red. ., white w, tan leather,
Asking $10,000. Call "C"' sunroof, 3rd row
/ ~334-796-1513 or 334- seat. 99.300 mi.
693-2099 ask for $ 17.900 334-685-6233
Conquest 05 29th. Chase. GM '72 Cheselle Mercury '03 Grand
sleeps 8, lots of ex.t 1 ; ZSuper sports front Marquis GS, Silver,
tras. 111FllKm,.tal,?e '- clip Red. 2-ar. hard 99,000 Miles, Good
NMal.,n N, ,,. L,.. over payments 334- -. top Needs work. Condition, $4975
,, i .,,, ,. , '98-4462 Warranty Great proj car 13.200 850-638-1947
H .r 1 .i ctI ..1. Need 334-774'2825. Nissan '05 Altima, 2.5
'r' ,' r,., . s... ..... ... "; ' ..1... N eed to S, 5 speed, 32k mi.
h, rh ,.< ',,, i, ... ,., i ?n ,,. Honda '03 Accord EX, like new,REDUCED
del jihJ \ ......\ I, .... p a Acura '05 TSX 96K black, leather, sun- $11,900850-482-2994
vii,, $.139,ii1i n136 ri pla e anad? Black 5 SPD Loaded roof, very nice. $
,110K* aIn,$11,200 West Main $9,500. 334-726-1215 Nissan '07 Altima
pCar Sales LLC Honda '06 Civic, Gray 2.55L, Black, 34,200
1919 West Main St. 4dr, a/c, 5sp, power. mi., bose stereo,
It's simple, 334-699-5880 69,500 mi., Gobd as nleatheroo spoilt.er,
mileage & condition. lean, Like new.
call one of our0 $11,500.334-243$4166 $15,000. Obo,or
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F .b...le ,I. hs ILtati.Bw'01 330ci89k Honda 09 t (sport) LIKE NEWI $200 down
S .... .., BBlue Extra Nice loaded, low miles, $269 per mo. Call Ron
i... i... ...... ., nI $11,500 West Main silverw/gra & black Ellis 334-714-0028
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1919 West MainSt. $15,900.334-687-3171 BUY M E!
334-699-5880 Hyundai '96 Elantra
will |e glad to0 BMW'04 3301, black Fair Cond. Needs Nissan '08 Altima,
w/tqn leather, auto- Trans. work with white/gray interior,
as you. matic, sunroof, good DVD Ster. syst. $850 sunroof, alloy whis,
assis o. gas mileage. 80k mi. OBO 334-475-6267 or 33K miles. $16,000.
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$600. 334-347-595LOADE making $9,500. 33- Hertage Classc. lots ape, $8,500. Honda 05 66cy.. short wheel
693-5454 '06 HD Dyna Wide of chrome. 16K miles. HARLEIi DAVIDSON Honda 01' Refle) J eep 04'Wrangler base, runs& looks
Pontiac '08 G6 GT Glide-FXDWG. Black. $13,000.013O.334- 1081200 Sportster Scooter maroon, 4.016cyl 5spd 4WD good. b 2,500.00.
MUST SELL! $5200 Toota 'ie, auto, diesemr Like new. cust60k 588-2409/798-9478 Custom, 108 miles, 4-stro991212ke, 249cc, 70 KhaBeai r. Sof-Tp, AC Ford 99' Ranger 6 cyl.00.
down $249 per month CE 4cyl auto,pw, 6600 mi. $14,750. 404-. mpg/mph $2100. am/fm/cd/mp3. alloy 334-735-5404
dCalRon $0 pr t ilt, 4 cruise.l exc. 578-1482 jeff Harley tDavidson 02' warranty, Like new. 205-310-5662 whi. MSopA r bmpr &0 Fd ae
Call334-714-0028 cod. New tires & '69 Chevelle Maibu truthinsong.com Heritage Softail 700 .334-702-4778.r r d.
ust serviced, Convertible SC, au- $7000850-445-2915 c i 9.000 mi. c o 8k miles audo w/6 disc CD 13,176 M. $36,000 334-894-2134
Subaru Forester 03' 62,300 miles. Can to, PB, PS, Red/Black mblacinade. to lik t inely D o re e kyles etry Truk
XS 154K mi. 5-sp. be seen atthe Lem Runs & Drives Great 2003 YZ125, bought 4 0 mi. 12,000 Elec ra Glide Classc.sk C
white, AWD, ABS, on Lot in Dothan $14,900 obo. new in 2005, $2000; 334-235-2995 4000 miles. I year 1733490 B
A/C sunr. 5,500. 13,900. OBO (334)618-0585 2007 YZF250, great varrenty left.
334-671-5723 334-355-2400 shapeand well main- HARLEY Davidson '03 $7.000. 334.6184430 Nissan 04' urano 08 Dodge RamuIS Ford 83 F100, NEW
yota camry VW334-796-8216t. pickup so will trade H L RoadLKing, 95less than H newl tres, Big Horn Edition 8995
Toyota '5 Matrix both for $5000. 2,s rity,9 smanual,34 Hrley D r, d w k R K6 color pewter leather Black,2WD, 5.7 Hemi, beliner & carb. 94
GRToya '0 Mies. Still un- wheelsAGEerctgps, i Faoy. red & white. 72.55K mi. Auto, Only 8xxx Miles Eng. 6cyl. exc. condo
r warranty $16,900E e0. 0755 Nghtspt many xtraK s 0 Musi great $13,900. OBO 334-W 23, 00.800
5FULLY LOADED, LO 3Volkswagen '06 Bee 0003 $10,s500. 334-803-500 ae8,500. Honda 05 0Tahoe4) 379-000. OBO 983-49418
PAYMENT! $500 tie, auto, diesel, 42K '92 Goldwing, 60k 673-0823 Tire, C0
down $250 per month miles, 40MPG, load- miles,red, exc.paint Harley Davidson 05' 34-899-1212 VTX1300R/ eauti a
Call 334-791-8243 Ask ed. $16,000. 334-897- & running cond. CI Electra glideul Candy Black her NISSAN '06 Pathfnd- 2008 F-250 Ford auto/overdrive low
for Steve Hatcher 2497 or 334-672-1655 $7000 850-445-2915 classic 9.000 mi. r, over$2000 ac- rLE 270hp, bose Lariat E Cond. miles, exc. cond.
_leave message black. loaded. cessor;es. 8 miles. audn o w/6 disc CD 13176 Mi. $36,000 334-894-2134
B tul project or-71-937 asking $5700 remote keyless entry Truck istfully oaded
VW06 Paat. load- pars cr 18 M 34.263 miles.S$19,000. 650-56902840
E,. 6lue acl. G partscar 1958Me Cr- Honda '06 CTX 1301) 334-793-1544 buddyl1a gTOalYeTxco
lue .PS, curyTupikeru FZ Suzuki 5079' col- Harley Davidson 07 Cruiser Like New
san rad. ew r 4 door, back lectors item, cyl Ultra Classic 12.000 4200 M;. $6600 OBO Nissan '09 Rogue, 20k Chevrolet '02 Navistar '98 Eagle,
stroke scooter, or- Harley Sporer6 334-806-1322 miles, loaded white. Silverado V8 LS Ext.











tires, likenew inside Powermback exc cw tril ondP
South. 119K. moving windshield.Gigantic ange, legal1ed,0gre-at3rice Orange 1200R, Vance $17,000 334-790-6700 cab 112,000 mi engine, new tires, all












o42sas HP,0 C30se cabne ext steeoledl$1CE
overseas. $12,000 43cid engine, Push sr5 $15,000. firm 612-396- &HinesShortShots Honda06'RebeiSolid 1, good condition equipment included,a
334n347-0414 button trans. Will 334-774-2521 334774. 9898 or 334-673-3837 braided lines, 8,900 white windshield & Range '99 Rover HSE 7,800. 334-790-1326 excellent running
2000need a few parts. 2773 after 5 P.M. $7,995. sadie bags 2600 m. 4.6 fully loaded 115K 00
$2000 cash or need a Harley Davidson 08$3000. OBO 334-886- mi., $5,500, Call(334) Ceoet '03 Avala co T 10
Toyota "09 Camry VW 07 RaDbbt. pickup so will trade HARLEY Davidson'01 Low Rider, less than HD '97, Fatboy, Pew- 3326 334-714-1110 797-0768 che, one owner, 24K 334-803-5072 or 334-
Commuter car. manual,34K,alloy or a good work Road King Police 3K mi.black,warran- ter & Black, lowered, HONDA '06Shadow, miles, all options,



























good aworko InKtmr. DVD. Dotord scribed n th attach-
21,000 miles.Still un- wheels,like truck.Call/text 796- 16,500 miles. White, ty, perfect cond. garage kept .12k mi, Candy Apple Red, 2.8 orders, can't drive i
der warranty $16,900. new,$11,800. 0755- Nights and clean & shop kept. many xtras. $13,500 Mustsee. $illkOBO miles IKE NE an ore. c8.00.
(877)355-1007 334-983-8399 weekends only ps. $11,000.334-774-3663 850-526-2790 C'dale 850-352-4342 miles5,300229-334-8520, LIKE NEhoe LTWTop 6 Prineton Drive.
334-355-1202 Leather, Sunroof, 334-792-2725
HONDA '98 Valkyrie 4 New BFG Tires, Chevrolet '06 1500
Tourer all original, Brakes, Rear Silverado WT. e. l 4r
low miles, runs great Heat/Air, All Mainte- tended cab. Good ISSAN '99 FrC ie
GDe to n e insa an i e rt s n o u rUasking $6,500 OBO nance Kept 11,600 cond., $9500. OBO c ac at etende
334-693-5454 0 O 334-797-2459 334-798-3352 tires. 136K, exc. condo
ISti Kawasaki '08 Vulcan TOYOTA '06 Four CHEVROLET -'08 $3 5.334-691-2987
b l di900 custom, 2400 Runner SR5, 2wd, 2500 Duramax LTZ Sonoma '03 GMCi
miles, windshield, 59,700 miles, white, Loaded Z71 36K Extended Cab 4.3V6
Ssaddleba red. Re- excellent condition miles, 4 door, Engine Automatic
bil dev i e.. a c t mission Like New windows. Clean
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_______fm red1_ Tilel nhe r-dn, --ner 2ep00 PM_ CST 692-3337 r79 54ri21
S Station Wgons c b k e t $7800. Call 792-0603.
.ror. black interior.
4WD, $37,000 TOY TA 93 P/UP,
(334)126-1209 Auto, A/C"AS IS"
2 E$P,3,500 334-695-6567
Kawasaki 09 ZX14 -ll
Monster energy edi-
tion. pipes, power wgal ot
Ycommander, nigh Olds '96 C era SL, e
flow air filter, low wagon, V-6, loaded, chevy '04 Silvei do LF14853
miles. $10,500. 30,000 miles, like new
334-790-1852. 3225. 334-790-7959 3500, 1 Ton, harpe,
334-9 1 1r. w' --Duramax, 6.6L, Dual ly NOTICE NV TING

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Buldozr l References j- el lins Bndldozing FRI52867 Servoce rew s b iver2wdR
SDem olitonf( 0513 Tued Kawectk does not rardweca ext3 bed. PUBLIC HEARVICE
w/ jacket 3,500. mi. $8,500. 850n263-7406 0 Keystoner5th wheels ONEB Y
S$3,995. 334-692-3211 $ Keystone 5th wheel PROJECT09
Leae Mess Bushhog 9044, field w/ 2 slides, sharp.
ready, shelter kept. Call for details., he County of Jack-
*10,500 OBO. 334- $30.000. Oilersd son is requesting
347-4283 or 334-447- 334-805-4906. proposals for the
2572
I( Chevy 04' Silverado services of a Finan
Gandy 4 row insectil white 4*dr. loaded, cial Advisor as de-
cide applicator 87K -i. ETc. cond. scribed In the attach-
*TAap(Daytona t wc!double boxes, for BOSE radio system ed RFP 0910-18.
*Dum lprke)i 9Tiump sTSport G ltwo chemicals $16,500. 334-618-0017
Typecri exn.,nw- mounted on tool bar.
SBike, car ex nw Good condition$400. CHEVY'66, custom Qualified organiza-
ICe r tires, brakes, 334- 229-758-3146 or 229- V8, ps/pb, swb, auto, tons are invited to
693-9390 or 701-5588 400-5184 runs & looks good. submit 7 copies of a
SMotor Scooter Needs some work.
'08. 80mpg, 1000 mi.'s $2,500. 334-735-5404 proposal as descri-
$3000. mfw 445-6302 INCOME Chevy '71 El Camino, Proposal Submission,
U.TEGr oYamaha-01 RoadStar NIT 350 Engine, $7500 under Proposal Re-
Midnight Ed 1600, STAINLESS 850- 594-3282
ngxpe.'nc .ocover,3000+ m iles.d ST4AL9DINERquirem cents propos-
. cover,3000+ miles. STYLE CHEVY '87 delux 10 als are to be ad-
Black 5900.00, 00 CONCESSION Red w/blk stripes, dressed to Stan
(334)655-9111 TRAILER $2000. 334-714-9558 Hscher, Purchsing
GRIDDLE, HOT& bed V-8 auto new ty Board of Commis-
COLD TRAYS, N paint good cond.
BOILING TRAYS, $2,500 OBO 334-798- soners, 2864 Madi-
TTRIPLESINK 1768 son Street, Marianna,,
i-c ''$9,000.COBOM L44n. Sealed Pro- a
AutaCala 05pVma. 334-389-2816 Chevy '91 Cherokee
pickup, lift gate
anniv. edition In $ 0150 -352-4724 ceived no later than
flame red, e'tcel, Lilliston 6000, field 9150
conflame red. 6K m. exc1198elcc ready, shelter kept. 2:00 PM CST on Fri-
cond..6 ml $1000.334-347-4283clay. February 26,
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Black. Motorcycle. GVWR. 2 axels, pd
l ly 5000 miles. Vance S1935askig $1600r~s 85 Thank you for your
MBuluCang l aid/Hosei PUE salatorage Self Storage Seriesered Hnes Ehaust Sys 850-569-2262 interest.
Instrument Repair tem. 4 helmets andl Tractor1940 FORD 9
I ILlarianna rn needs over haulIlt
Sowner.garagekept. $600OBO. 726-1434 Cha;rman
Nh isie/Band I Self Storage Like new. $8000.
In\ eIsire 334- 618-5833. Triler tip utltry Dale Raoon Guthrie
Cli C oll I will sit ith style 4%8 small
Grader Pan RELIABLE IReeordnilI, CI6 r&.. 04 Hr -e'% elderly CPJA . wheel.$200. 334-796- REDUCED$5500. obof Courts50
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Retention Ponds 850-299-8ar3284 cruise control, load- NOTICE IS HEREBY
ed, 5K., Like new Chevy 03'Astro van GIVEN BY THE JACK-
Grading gmall com Lt pack. 61K actual 1L P-0SON COUNTY CODE
MSite Prep 'mprovement_$6,990. 334-714-4001 mi. rearair, verynice PO 'ENFORCEMENT
Flooring Si pHom aid/Housekeepin YAMAHA '08 V-stair cond. $7,800. OBO BOARD OF ITS IN-
Leve Sol-Ring-isalt1ion milese. Like new! Ask- PUBLIC MEETING TO
Gravel GIFT CEffIFICATES BY For General ig $2695. 334693 auto, seats 8, 76,000 miles, 4 cyl, VIOLATIONS.
B 5454LIpower, am/fm cass. 5 speed, new tires
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Since1960Remoi d iting ons "BeautifcatiourHoroffice9 Ford '02 F150 XLT, issiacon County Coo-
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Grader Pan Energy Efflclency Carpentry/Painting 49cc Heavy Duty, Dodge '05 Caravan, red, 4WD, Triton of the Administration
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