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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 21, 2010
Copyright Date: 2010
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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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double murder


night following an incident
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crews arrived on the scene, they
found one of the two victims had


Law enforcement is still inves- attempted robbery. been shot and killed in the apart-
tigating Thursday night's double According to a press 'release ment. The second victim, who 8n B.i' ,
homicide at Marianna Gardens from Marianna Police had also been shot in the apart-
Apartments. Department, the lead investiga- inent, was taken to Jackson
Two men, Daniel pdom, 36, of tive agency, officers were dis- Hospital's emergency room. He
3070 Carters Mill Road, Apt. H- patched to Odom's apartment at died shortly after :from .his
12, and Michael L. Smith, 36, of 10:37 p.m. Thursday on a report wounds. Police have not yet
2665 Rail Road St. in Cottondale, of a shooting. Two men were shot and killed late Thursday evening at M
were shot ahd killed Thursday When police and ambulance See MURDER, Page 9A.> Garden Apartments. Mark Skinner / Floridan



School renovation progressing Faml
Sr six loses


Bascom was once a bustling
settlement, the first stop for horse.
and buggy travelers making their
way from Neal's Landing along
the Chattahoochee River.
They were often rolling into
Bascom as night fell, and savvy
entrepreneurs opened up shops to
make it a vital stopover along the
way. It once had five general
stores, a sawmill, a grist mill, a
turpentine mill, a foundry that
made casket hardware. Fourteen
professionals had offices in town.
It also had a little schoolhouse,
attended by Jackson County
native Faye Dunaway and a host
of others who remember it fondly.
It started out as a four-classroom
school with an auditorium. Later,
one of the rooms was converted
into a cafeteria.
After it's role as the center 'of
education came to an end in 1963,
the 83-year-old building still -had
its uses. It served as a voting
precinct for a time, and town hall
meetings were once held in one
room of the 4,000-square-foot
structure. But-in recent years,. it
has grown more and more dilapi-
dated, just as the town itself has
suffered over the decades in the
shift from horse-and-buggies to.
automobile.
-A.core of those old students
who still live nearby are leading
the charge to renovate the old
building they loved as youngsters.
They know it will never be used
as a schoolhouse again, and aren't.
looking to restore if as such, but
rather want to see it become a
revitalized social center of town.
Through small fundraisers and
individual donations, the group
has raised $10,000 toward the
cause, and are coming to the close


Graduates of Bascom School are seeking to renovate the building into a new social center for the
town. Mark Skinner / Floridan


of Phase I in the renovation proj-
ect. i
Their work began last March.
They've stabilized the building
with repairs to the old fashioned
metal roof, gutted the old drywall,
and bought a dozen memorial
windows, with the donors to be
recognized in a central plaque.
Jackson Correctional
Institution- has provided inmate
labor to assist in the effort. The
windows are being installed over
the next few days. More of those
are needed.
For a donation of $500, each
contributor can name the person
to be honored. Call 569-2159 if
you wish to contribute money for
a window.
Local architects Paul Donofro
Jr. is helping the renovation com-


Amy Hand, Brandi Walden, Cara Pyke and Dylan Johns visit with
Princess the goat during Ag Day at Grand Ridge School Friday. -
Mark Skinner / Floridan

Students visit ag day events


Grand Ridge students
go down on the farm
BY ASHLEY McKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
More than 400 students attend-
ed the annual "Ag Day" event at
Grand Ridge School Friday. The
event was held in honor of
National FFA week, and was held
as an educational endeavor.


"The whole day is dedicated to
teaching students how agriculture
is important to them," Glenn.
Alexander, Future Farmers of
America advisor and agriculture
teacher said. "It's important for
children to know that agriculture
provides their food, fibers and
shelter."
The event started in the early
morning. Children walked


See STUDENTS, Page 9A >


mittee with designs, for the
rehabbed structure.
The\ plan to make it into a
gathering place for all sorts of
groups and will market 'it as a
quaint yet up-to-date, meeting
place when they're done with
their work.
They estimate it will have a
capacity of up to 150 seats, anid
will build the interior components
so that it can' both accommodate
auditorium-style seating, or table-
and-chair events It has a 'stage,
which will remain. Dinner theater
is one of the many functions they
envision for it. .
Organizers are considering an
annual Faye Dunaway film festi-
val.after the building is ready.
Other potential users are family
reunions, Scout. meetings, baby


showers, wedding, receptions,
gospel concerts, a library exten-
, sion, community outreach meet-
ings and others.
The structure will 'be brought
up to standard with current elec-
trical and plumbing systems, and
will be capable of running the lat-
est computer presentation sys-
tems. The group has almost made
it through step 12 of their vision,
so far accomplishing at least 80
percent of their goals in that
phase.
Step 13 will be a giant one -
finalizing and financing a long-
range plan. Organizers anticipate
it will take several thousand dol-
lars to accomplish their goals.
They're looking 'at grant
options, and planning for other
fundraising efforts.


arianna


home in fire
STAFF REPORT
A Marianna family lost every-
thing Thursday night when their
house caught fire. Officials are
'calling the home a "total loss."
*A double-wide mobile home
located at 3502 Magnolia Lane iq
Marianna was fully engulfed
when first responders arrived a
little after 7 p.m. Thursday. There
were no injuries, according to a
press release from the American
Red Cross. '
Fire Marshall Chuck Sawyer
with Jackson County Fire Rescue,
said Compass Lake in the Hills
Volunteer Fire Department was
the first to arrive on the scene.
Sawyer said in a phone inter-
view Friday that the family was
not present when the fire stated.
The' call reporting the) incident
was made at 7 p.m.. and the fire
was approximately 75 percent:
involved when responders
arrived, according to Sawyer.
The Cottondale Volunteer Fire
Department, as well as Jackson
County Fire Rescue also respond-
ed, Sawyer said.
The fire took about three and a
half hours to fully extinguish,
according to Sawyer.
Sawyer explained Friday that
the, investigation regarding the
start of the fire is still ongoing,
but from what he understands the
fire was electrical in nature.
The six-person family is cur-
rently being assisted by Red
Cross disaster teams with tempo-
rary lodging, clothes ahd food.
There are no further details
regarding the family at this time.
Red Crqss officials ask if anyone
wishes to help local disaster vic-
tims, they can call the Red Cross
.at 850-763-6587 or visit
www.redcrosscpc.org.


Murder

parolee held

on drug

charge in Ala.
STAFF REPORT
A Bascom resident is currently
being held in the Houston
County, Ala. jail on charges of
violation of parole on a charge
murder and unlawful possession
of a controlled substance
(cocaine).
Reginald Bernard Goines, 43,
was discovered in Dothan, Ala.
Friday following a multi-agency
effort to locate the alleged fugi-
tive from justice, according to a
press release from the Houston
County Sheriff's Office.
At approximately 11 a.m.
Friday, the Houston County
Sheriff's Office, along with the
Dothan Police Department and
the U.S. Marshals Gulf Coast
Fugitive Task Force, executed a
search warrant at 3053 Ross
Clark Circle'in Dothan.
According to the news release,
the warrant was granted after
information was obtained that led
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Two-year-old Jamison Scheffer makes a shot just like the big
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Chipola men's and women's basketball games Wednesday.'
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.February 21 -Sunday
Antioch A.M.E. Church celebrates Black
History Month at 11 a.m. with the Rev. Joe
Tripp of Pleasant Grove A.M.E. Church; and
at 2:30 p.m. with the Rev. George Williams
of Bethel Star M.B.C. ,
The Black History Committee at Grand
Ridge School has designated Feb. '21,
Gospel Sunday. All Grand Ridge School fac-
ulty, staff, alumni and students plan to wor-
ship at the New Hope Missionary' Baptist
Church, 3996 Wintergreen Road in Two Egg,
at 11 a.m,. Call 592-8802. *
Johnnie Mae Gibson, the fifth African
American female FBI agent in the bureau's
history, will be the featured speaker for the
11 a.m. service at New Bethel C.M.E.
Church, 2487 Highway 2 in Campbellton.
Marianna Stryders and Marianna Area
.Runners Club's Hope for Haiti 5K Fun
Run/Walk is 2-5 p.m. Citizens Lodge Park
on Caverns Road in Marianna, with awards,
music' and. refreshments. Registration is
donation only; 100 percent of all money
raised goes to Convoy of Hope. All regis-
tered participants receive a Hope for Haiti
wristband.
Mariana High School Project
Graduation 2010 meets at 3 p.m. in the MHS
Media Center. All parents of MHS seniors
are encouraged to attend. Call 482-7507.

February 22 Monday
Marianna Quarterback Club in conjunc-
tion with Marianna High. School. invite the
public to an open house and ribbon cutting
ceremony at 4 p.m. for, the new multi-pur-
pose facility located at Marianna High
School on Caverns Road.
The Jackson County Public School
District Transportation Department icon-
ducts a class for prospective bus drivers
Feb. 22-26, 4:30-8:30 p.m. Call 482-9613.
The Parkinson's Support Group meets at
noon in the. ground floor Education
Classroom of. Jackson Hospital, 4250
Hospital Drive, Marianna. Me.rian Milton,
BSW, Covenant Hospice, presents "The Five
Wishes." Lunch provided. Those diagnosed
with Parkinson's and their caregivers are
invited. No cost.
Jackson County Development Council
Inc. Board of Directors convenes for its


monthly meeting at 5& p.m. in the upstairs Jackson County community meeting is 8
conference room'of the Nearing Court Office a.m. in the conference room of Graceville
Building at 2840 Jefferson St., Marianna. Elementary School, 5331 Alabama St.,
Call 526-4005. Graceville. A representative of the low-
Members of Jackson County's state leg-, income will be elected to serve on the
islative delegation, hold a Legislative Council's board of directors, Call 1-800-
Delegation Meetin'g, 5:15. p.m. at the 395-2696 or 547-3688.
Jackson. County Courthouse, inside -AARP Tax-Aide, Marianna, offers free tax
Chambers at 2864 Madison St., Marianna. return preparation and e-filing services for
Public comments will be heard on proposals low- and middle-income persons, with
for the 2010 Regular Session of the Florida emphasis on persons over 60, in the confer-
Legislature. To request a spot on the agen- ence room of the Jackson County
-da, individuals should contact Bryan Cherry Agricultural office, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave.
850-488-2873 before 5 p.m. Friday, Feb. ,19. in Marianna, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Services con-
The Jackson County legislative delegation tinue Wednesday mornings through April
.consists of Representative Marti Coley, 14. For an appointment, call 693-0873.
Representative Brad Drake and Senator Al Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Lawson.. Warehouse is open Wednesdays, 9 a.m. to 3
The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees p.m.
convenes for its regular Finance Committee Chipola College business instructor Lee
meeting at 5:30 p.m. in the Community. 'Shook and student volunteers provide free
Room of the Hudnall Building. tax preparation and electronic filing sim-
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting pie, individual returns only from 10 a.m.
Monday, 8-9 p.m. at the First 'United to 2 p.m. Wednesday through early April.
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,' Other times available by appointment. For
Marianna, in the AA room. faster refunds, bring a personal check (with
routing information). Call 718-2368.
February 23 Tuesday' Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Grand Ridge School Black History Wednesdays, 12-1 p.m. at the First United
Program celebrates Black History Month, Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
9:30 a.m. in the school's new gym, 6925 Marianna, in the AA room.
Florida St. in Grand Ridge. The Jackson Hospital Foundation's Heart
St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second Ave. Awareness Month. Lunch & Learn is at noon
in Marianna, is having a Half-Price Sale Feb. in the Hudnall Building Community Room,
23-March 4, Tuesdays and Thursday only. with Anna Brunner, ARNP .of Internal
Call 482-3734. Medicine Associates. Tickets, $5, available
Christine' Gilbert teaches free quilting, at the door. Limited seating.
crocheting or knitting classes Tuesdays, 1 The Southeastern Community Blood
p.m..at the Jackson County Senior Citizens Center mobile unit will be at Jackson
center, 2931 Optimist Drive, Marianna. Call Hospital in Marianna, 12:30-4:30 p.m.; and
482-5028: at Marianna Latter Day Saints, 5-7 p.m., or
Jackson County Quilters Guild Sit-n-Sew give-blood at the center, 2503 Commercial
is every Tuesday evening, 6-8. p.m. in the Park Drive in Marianna, Monday-Friday, 9
First United Methodist Church Youth Hall, a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 526-4403.
Clinton Street, behind the Marianna Post Sneads High School Class of 2013 will
Office. Call 272-7068. have a "Sweet 16" meeting, 5 p.m. in the
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting West Florida Electric Sneads Branch meet-
Tuesdays, 8-9 p.m. at the. First' United ing room, to discuss plans for the January
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.; 2011 event. Call 209-2036.
Marianna, in the AA room. The Jackson Hospital Board of Trustees
convenes for its regular board meeting at
February 24 Wednesday 5:30 p.m. in the Community 'Room of the
Tri-County Community Council's Hudnall Building.


POLICE ROUNDUP


MARIANNA POLICE
The Marianna Police
Department listed the fol-
lowing incidents for Feb.
18 and 19 the latest avail-
able report:
One murder, -y -
one burglary Y-:2tJ-=-:
vehicle, two "-= -
verbal dis- FCRME
turbances, <
one. burglar alarm, one
panic alarm, 26 traffic
stops, six transports, three
accidents without injury,
two suspicious persons,
one verbal disturbance,
one larceny complaint,
two civil disputes, one


abandoned property, one
illegally parked vehicle,
three' noise disturbances,
one retail theft, two pub-
lic service calls and one
J threat/harassment com-
plaint.

JACKSON COUNTY
SHERIFF'S OFFICE
The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office listed the
following incidents for
Feb. 18 and 19 the latest
available report: One
dead person, two aban-
doned vehicles, three sus-
picious vehicles, one sus-
picious incident, three


suspicious persons, one
highway obstruction, two
burglaries, one physical
disturbance, one hitch-
hiker; one fire/police
response, one prowler,
three drug offenses, one
panic alarm, one robbery
alarm, 10 traffic stops,
two larceny complaints,
one criminal mischief
report, two papers served,
one trespassing, one
assault, one suicide
attempt, one fight in
progress, one noise dis-
turbance, two assists of
another agency, one child
abuse report, two public


service calls, one trans-
port and 'one worthless
check report.

JACKSON COUNTY
CORRECTIONAL
FACILITY
The following people
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting periods:
Delanya Brown, 34,
1241 Bethlehem Road,
Cottondale, disorderly
intoxication, battery,
resisting arrest without
violence.
Frank Collins, 24,
2627 Mashburn Road,


Marianna, violation of
conditional release.
-, Henry Copeland, 33,
195 Jones St.,
Chattahoothee, week-
ender.
.- Jamall Jenkins, 37,
2814 St. Johns St.,
Marianna, violation of
county probation.

JAIL POPULATION: 192

To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
5000.
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FWCC (3922).


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JACKSON COUNTY LIFE


Jackson County Floridan Sunday, February 21, 2010" 3A


It's a girl!


Land, Jarmon welcome a daughter


Brent Land and Ashton Jarmon of
Grand Ridge announce the birth of a
daughter, Haley Marie Land, born
Jan. 14, 2010, at 8:24 p.m. at
Jackson Hospital in Marianna.
At birth, she weighed 7 pounds,
14 ounces, and was 20 inches in
length.


Maternal grandparents are Lynn"
and John Holloway of Georgia; and
Ben and Jessie Jarmon of Alabama.
Paternal grandparents are Denise
and Marion Franklin of Cypress; and
Ricky and Mary Land of Marianna.
Great-grandmother is Norma
Wright of Greenwood.


Use the skills you have,

not the ones you wish for


BY THOMAS VIN-
CENT MURPHY

One of my
friends in high
school was one of
the worst athletes in
sports; but whatev-
er team he played
for somehow usual- Mur
ly won. The coach-
es must have seen,
something in him that we
didn't see or understand at.
the time.
He had the ability to
motivate his team with his
attitude and gift of gab -
he talked throughout the
game, no matter what we
were playing.
Even though some peo-
ple are limited in some
aspects of life, if they are
able to determine their
strengths, they can become
winners. During those
times in high school, my
, friend became known as a
plus in whatever he partici-
pated in.
I feel the responsibility to
address certain subjects
from time to time, to
remind us of their impor-
tance. There are people in
this world who have been'
blessed with talents that
they never use properly. It
has been said that everyone
has some type of talent.,
Your talent may not involve
the limelight or prestige;
but you may have been
blessed with one or more
talents that can make a big
difference in someone's life
(including your own).
Did you know that the
ability to encourage others
is a special talent? It's too
bad that words like "moti-
vate" and "encourage" can
also be used in negative
ways.
Many people,. especially
our young, are led into lives
of crime by charismatic,
strong people with the abil-
ity to convince others.
How many women end
up pregnant because of a
manr who uses his talking
skills well? Not everyone
likes rap or hip-hop music,:
but there are some very tal-
ented people who are mil-
lionaires because of their
ability to express themn-
selves through their talking
expressions. Some rappers
are very talented lyricists;
but it would be great if
some of them would clean
up their words, and make a
positive impact on the.
world.
Kirk Franklin, one of the


top artists in gospel
music, has made a
positive impact on
the world by talk-
ing (not rapping)
through his music
arrangements.
Evidently, he -
learned that despite
phy his love for music
and ability to write
music, his talent wasn't-
singing. Kirk made a wise
decision; to surround him-
self with 'talented singers
and musicians, and use his
gift of talking through his
musical renditions. The
result has been great suc-
cess.
There are times when
using your talent and col-
laborating with someone
else can lead to success for
you and others. At times,
the saying "two heads are
better than one" is definite-
ly a meaningful statement.
In the music world, there
are many songs that have
been written by more than
one writer. One person
might be talented in writing
the lyrics, and another tal-
ented in creating the music.
Anyone who is interested
in moving toward positive
goals in their life should try
and come to terms with
what they are good at, or
excel at doing.
If you consider yourself a
singer or musician, but
never seem to get invited
back or asked to perform
again after you have been
heard, perhaps singing or
playing an instrument is not
for you, except in the priva-
cy of your home or car.
If you have a problem
with math, becoming an
accountant may not be the
way for you to go. Don't
waste time fooling your-
self; face reality so you can
move forward. Your talent
may be within your person-
ality, and the way you reach
out to others.
Many professionals, with
degrees in various fields are
able to get good jobs; but
the most talented usually
stand out in one way or
another. Often we speak of
talented people with words
like "he or she was born to
be a teacher, preacher,
lawyer, beautician or
singer."
I feel that everyone has
something to offer, whether
large or small, if they are
willing to make an effort to-
do so. Some type of contri-
bution definitely beats none
at all.


Partners for Pets


Partners for Pets has
these pets and many
more available for
adoption. If you'd like
to meet, the pets for
yourself, the facility is
located at *4011
Maintenance Dr., in
Marianna. The hours
of operation are
Monday through
Friday, 10:00 3:00,
-and on Saturday, 10:00
- 1:00. For more infor-
mation, please call 482-
4570. Or visit partners-
forpets.petfinder.com


Jilly is a five year old
spayed female Persian
.mix cat with orange and
green eyes. Mark
Skinner /Floridan ,I


Buffy is a
five year
old
spayed
female
Persian
mnix cat.

- Mark
Skinner /'
Floridan


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@jcfloridan.com.


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Allan and Brenda Gibson of
Marianna are pleased to
announce the engagement and
upcoming marriage of. their
daughter, Heather Danielle
Gibson, to Robert Allent
Bethea, son of Robert and
Tanya Bethea Jr. of Chipley.
Grandparents of the future
bride are Leland and Lanet
James of Marianna; the late
Mary James and the late Joyce
Miles James; and the late
Raymond and Doris Gibson.
The prospective groom is
the grandson of Margaret Carr
of Chipley and the late W.L.
"Bill" Carr; Walt and Mildred
Schils of Wausau; and Robert
Bethea Sr. of Clewiston.
Heather is a 2007 .honor
graduate of Marianna High
School and received her
Associate of Arts degree from
Chipola College in 2008. She
will graduate with a Bachelor


of Science degree in
secondary math education in
-May of this year.
Robert "Bobby" is a 2006
Honor graduate of Chipley
High School and received an
Associate of Arts degree from
Chipola College in 2008. He
will graduate, from the
University of Florida in 2011
with a Bachelor of Science
degree in electrical
engineering. -
The couple will wed May 8,
2010, at 2 o'clock in the
afternoon. The wedding
ceremony will be held at the
Christian Center Church in
Marianna. A reception will
follow at the Agriculture
'Convention Center on Penn
Avenue in Marianna.
All friends and family of the
bride and groom and their
families are invited to attend.


Lida Pforte Ins Agc Inc
Linda J Pforte, Agent
Marianna, FL 32448
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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
1 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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Jackson County Floridan Sunday; February 21, 2010 3A


It's a girl!


Land, Jarmon welcome a daughter


Brent Land and Ashton Jarmon of
Grand Ridge announcethe birth of a
daughter, Haley Marie Land, born
Jan. 14, 2010, at 8:24 p.m. at
Jackson Hospital in Marianna.
At birth, she weighed 7 pounds,
14 ounces, and was 20 inches in
length.


Maternal grandparents are Lynn*
and John Holloway of Georgia; and,
Ben and Jessie Jarmon of Alabama.
Paternal grandparents are Denise
and Marion Franklin of Cypress; and
Ricky and Mary Land of Marianna.
Great-grandmother is Norma
Wright of Greenwood.


Use the skill

not the ones


BY THOMAS VIN-
CENT MURPHY

One of my
friends in high
school Was one of
the worst athletes in
sports; but whatev-
er team he played
for somehow usual- Mu
ly won. The coach-
es must have seen,
something in him that we
didn't see or understand at
the time.
He had the ability to
motivate his team with his
attitude and gift of gab -
he talked throughout the
game, no matter what we
were playing.
Even though some peo-
ple are limited in some
aspects of life, if they are
able' to determine their
strengths, they can become
winners. During those
times in high school, my
,friend became known as a
plus in whatever he partici-
pated in.
I feel the responsibility to
address certain subjects
from time to time, to
remind us of their impor-
tance. There. are people in
this world who have been
blessed with talents that
they never use properly. It
has been said that everyone
has some type of talent.
Your talent may not involve
the limelight or prestige;
but you may have been
blessed with one or more
talents that can make a big
difference in someone's life
(including your own).
Did you know that the
ability to encourage others
is a special talent? It's too
bad that words like "moti-
vate" and "encourage" can
also be used in negative
ways.
Many people,. especially
our young, are led into lives
of crime by charismatic,
strong people with the abil-
ity to convince others.
How many women end
up pregnant because of a
mant who uses his talking
skills well? Not everyone
likes rap or hip-hop music,:
but there are some very tal-
ented people who are mil-
lionaires because of their
ability to express themn-
selves through their talking
expressions. Some 'rappers
are very talented lyricists;
but it would be great if
some of them would clean
up their words, and make a
positive impact on the.
world.
Kirk Franklin, one of the


s you have,

you wish for
top artists in gospel
music, has made a
positive impact on
the world by talk-
ing (not rapping)
through his music
arrangements.
Evidently, he
learned that despite
irphy his love for music
and ability to write
music, his talent wasn't
singing. Kirk made a wise
decision; to surround him-
self with 'talented singers
and musicians, and use his
gift of talking through his
musical renditions. The
result has been great suc-
cess.
There are times when
using your talent and col-,
laborating with someone
else can lead to success for
you and others. At times,
the saying "two heads are
better than one" is definite-
ly a meaningful statement.
In the music world, there
are many songs that have
been written by more' than
one writer. One person
might be talented in writing
the lyrics, and another tal-
ented in creating the music.
Anyone who is interested
in moving toward positive
goals in their life should try
and come to terms with
what they are good at, or
excel at doing.
If you consider yourself a
singer or musician, but
never seem to get invited
back or asked to perform
again after you have been
heard, perhaps singing or a
playing an instrument is not
for you, except in the priva-
cy of your home or car.
If you have a problem
with math, becoming an
accountant may not be the
way for you to go. Don't
waste time fooling your-
self; face reality so you can
move forward. Your talent
may be within your person-
ality, and the way you reach
out to others.
Many professionals, with
degrees in various fields are
able to get good jobs; but
the most talented usually
stand out in one way or
another. Often we speak of
talented people with words
like "'he or she was born to
be a teacher, preacher,
lawyer, beautician or
singer."
I feel that everyone has
something to offer, whether
large or small, if they are
willing to make an effort to
do so. Some type of contri-
bution definitely beats none
at all.


Partners for Pets


Partners for Pets has
these pets and many
more available for
adoption. If you'd like
to meet, the pets for
yourself, the facility is
located at '4011
Maintenance Dr., in
Marianna. The hours
of operation are
Monday through
Friday, 10:00 3:00,
-and on Saturday, 10:00
- 1:00. For more infor-
mation, please call 482-
4570. Or visit partners-
forpets.petfinder.com


Jilly is b five year old
spayed female Persian
-mix cat with orange and
green eyes. Mark
Skinner / Floridan'


Buffy is a
five year.
old
spayed
female
Persian
mix cat.,

- Mark
Skinner /
Floridan


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
iges, the above rates apply. Birth announcements are published for free.
Questions? Call 526-3614 or e-mail editorlal@jcfloridan.com.


FLORIDA LOTTERY


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Mon. TE) 01/15
Mon. (M)
Tues. (E) 02/16
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Wed. (E) 02/17
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Thurs. (E) 02'18
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Wednesday 02/17 23-34-42-44-47-53 xtra 4
For lottery information, call (850) 487-7777 or (900) 737-7777


Allan and Brenda Gibson of
Marianna are pleased to
announce the engagement and
upcoming marriage of their
daughter, Heather .Danielle
Gibson, to Robert Allen
Bethea, son of Robert and
Tanya Bethea Jr. of Chipley.
Grandparents of the future
bride are Leland and Lanet
James of Marianna; the late
Mary James and the late Joyce
Miles James; and the late
Raymond and Doris Gibson.
The prospective groom is
the grandson of Margaret Carr
of Chipley and the late W.L.
"Bill" Carr; Walt and Mildred
Schils of Wausau; and Robert
Bethea Sr. of Clewiston.
Heather is a 2007 .honor
graduate of Marianna High
School and received her
Associate of Arts degree from
Chipola College in 2008. She
will graduate with a Bachelor


of Science degree in
secondary math education in
'May pf this year.
Robert "Bobby" is a 2006
'honor graduate, of Chipley
High School and received an
Associate of Arts degree from
Chipola College in 2008. He
will graduate, from the
University of Florida in 2011
with a Bachelor of Science
degree in electrical
engineering.
The couple will wed May 8,
2010, at 2 o'clock in the
afternoon. The wedding
ceremony will be held at the
Christian Center Church in
Marianna. A reception will
follow at the Agriculture
'Convention Center on Penn
Avenue in Marianna.
All friends and family of the.
bride and groom and: their
families are invited to attend.


Linda PfoteInsAgcyinc
Linda J Pforte, Agent
Marianna, FL 32448
Bus: 850-482-3425 Now that's teamwork.

Call me for your insurance
needs and see how it feels to
be on a #1 team. Like a good -
neighbor, State Farm is there.*
CALL FOR A QUOTE 24/7.




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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
1 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


* Active-duty military

* Father and, husband

* Social Science major

* TROY student


Life has a way of pulling you
along for the ride. And by the
time you discover your dreams
lie in a different direction, the
pressures of work and family
can make changing course
seem impossible. That's where


Troy University can help. Our
on-site and online learning
options make continuing your
education easy, flexible and close.
Learn more by mailing
Panamacity@troy.edu today.


1koy
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EDITORIAL


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Publisher: Valeria Roberts


Managing Editor:


:hael B cker


Our Opinion




Don't rush


to judge


Marianina Gardens Apartments is in
the news once again. Two men were
shot and killed there during a robbery
attempt late Thursday.
It would be easy to bang the drum
for some sort of "action" to be taken.
The apartments have long been a
problem area, plagued by crime.
Things appeared to have settled
down a bit when new owners took
over. In fact, until Thursday's homi-
cides, Marianna Gardens had largely
dropped off the radar screen. Even
Marianna police said crime had
dropped at the complex since the new
owners took over. :
The recent murders are unfortunate.
But before concluding that the com-
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lion I incurred by.half of the have. I woulc
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elected officials it was very tary condition
cold. This was the first time to the restroo
thlha-d approachq.the are the priori
school board and I w6uld' board membi
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hapve welcomed d my interest asked how m
'and empathized with my. con- was going to
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longer than that the "gang ask ridiculous;
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Elementary, and the purchase In other, w
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use facility. ,- ,. much the sch
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workshop'when the Sneads ..Talk about rit
Elementary."gang bathfooins" They are will
were going Tp be renovated. $5).000 for I
'because they are in terrible is an example
shape. The.board told 'me that "bumped" the
those were on the Five Year Sneads Elem,
Plan, and I pointed out that than five yeaj
they've been there for more
than five years. Board mem Judy A. tWeek
bers replied that the Five Year Sneads
Plan is "basically a with list."
When the subject of the Eminent t
property next to Cottondale. '. s COnC
Elementary came up, ehe
board also told us that' "every De editor,
now and then things come up :' *
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leaking rooftfand'the"puir- riore concern
chase ofland adjacentto being of our,
schools at)d.'ther items on the community, c
wish list get'bumped off." some of our
They also quickly pointed both local an,
out that there w as neither utilizing their
money in the budget nor any :"representative
coming in from the state No wonder ot
although they have just com- its present co
pleted the Marianna High Hence, I w
School multi-use PE facilitN, about my rec
which I'm sure was not free. a Jackson Co
So, as I said to the board Commission
members in an e-mail. mN and the issue of e
their perception of a "wish was discussed
list" is obviously different. was the pavir
If I have a very tight budget Plantation Ro
and I have a bathroom that is progress so fa
in as bad a shape as the one the' expanded
mentioned here, and I have a from the prop
piece of property next door County eng


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cost. I was told
nation that we
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who have land
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sly high prices
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words, they would
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knows how
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rs. I am in shock.

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ned for the well-
country and
lue to the way
elected officials,
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es of the people.
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ndition.
anted to report
ent attendance at
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meeting, where
minent domain
d. The subject
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>ad and the
ar in obtaining
right of way
perty owners.
gineer Larry


Alvarez stated there were sev-
eral people who had failed to
sign over their property to the
county. Commissioner
Kenneth Stephens added that
he had been in contact with
some of the property owners
and that he was having no
success in convincing them to
sign over their property. He
further advised that there
were some owners he was
unable to contact for various
reasons.
The c6Uty'iTy`seking'to"-"
make this right of way 80 feet
wide because they say it is
considered to be a major thor-
oughfare. Why is this? If you
look at a county 'map, you can
see that this road runs basical-
ly from nowhere to nowhere.
What then makes it a major
thoroughfare? If this is so, it
would make more sense to
pave the Dellwood Cypress
Road. At least this road cott-
nects twp populated commu-,
nities.
During further discussion of
the matter, the commissioners
began to debate their next
move in obtaining the desired
right of way. Mr. Frank Baker,
the county attorney, was asked
for his advice on the legalities
of the issue. He went into a
long explanation of the advan-
tages to each property owner
who signs their property over,
in that they would receive
approximately $2,000, plus a
driveway and culvert if need-
ed, from the new paved road-,
way to their new property line ..
along the new right of way.
Those who did not sign would
receive no improved access,
could not request one at a
later date, and would only get
about $300 for their property
under the eminent domain
statute.:
This statute gives a govern-
ment entity the right to take
private property for public
use, when it can' be demon '
strated this action is for the,
greater good. In my opinion,
the property owners who have
refused to sign the property
release have a right to refuse.
Most other county roads
that have been paved don't
have 80 'feet widths and,
according to Mr. Alvarez, 10
to 15 feet of the frontage of
each property owner is all


that's in contention. He stated
that this part of the road could
be made narrower than the
rest, as one option to solving
the problem. This would still
be at least 60 feet of right of
way, which seems plenty to
me for a county road.
I guess what really con-
cerned me was how Mr..."
Stephens was rationalizing, his
thoughts in a public forum, on
how he bculd're-appfoacn-":"
these property ourners and use
the threat'of eminent domain"
as a "bargaining chip'" to con-
vince those who were refus- *
ing to sign over their property.
In fact, he made a motion to
begin the eminent domain
process, but asked to delay its
implementation so that he
-would have time to, in effect,
hang this over their heads to
give them some incentive to
sign.
Somehow this didn't set -
right with me. I'm sorry, but I
don't think the people in
District 5, of which I am one
of, voted Mr. Stephens into
office to go around taking peo-.
ple's property, especially when
this road project could be com-
pleted without the frontage in
question. Mr. Alvarez had
already stated that.
I wonder if this is an isolat-
ed issue involving eminent
domain in our county, or if it
is just the beginning and if
this the mindset of our comrn-
missioners, because the
motion did pass. This is
Jackson Coup'ty,, it.A -
where in South Plorida or '
other places where the rights S
of the common citizen are
ignored and trampled on.
Only in certain and very
limited circumstances would I
agree that the imposition of
eminent domain is appropri-
ate. This particular issue is
not one of them. Public safety.
and public health would be.
But this is only my opinion. I
am sure there are others in the
county who think likewise.
Tread lightly, Mr. Stephens.
Don't forget you work for us,
not the other way around. But
then, this is just the opinion of
a concerned property owner,
voter and taxpayer.

Steve Cornerford
Marianna


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Pensacola school's

'Teacher of the Year'

is Marianna native
SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Deborah Myrick Long
was recently selected as
"Teacher of the Year" at
Ferry ,Pass Middle
School in Pensacola,
where she has taught
social studies for the past
14 years.:
During her tenure at
Ferry Pass, Long has
worked in various capac-
ities and on varied cur-
riculum-focus'ed leader-
ship teams. Being an
exemplary faculty mem- Deborah Myrick Long
ber having earned the
respect of not only the many students that hasppassed
through her classes but her coworkers as well resulted
in her selection for this honor. .. ".. .
She is .recognized as being a well organized,
dependable and concerned person who goes abo e
and beyond to motivate her students to do their very
best. Long is known for her willingness to provide
multi-faceted and differentiated lessons that are
infused with technology to meet the needs of students
from diverse backgrounds and multiple skill levels.
"I want my students to be prepared for the next
level. Students must'be ready to compete globally,"
Long said.
With more than. 65 schools and centers in the
Escambia County School District, Long was named as
a top ten finalist for Teacher of the Year for the dis-
trict.
Long is a native of Marianna and a product of the
Jackson County School District. She is a 1993 grad-
uate of Marianna High School, a 1995 graduate of
Chipola College. She earned her bachelor's degree in
Interdisciplinary Social Sciences Education from the'
University of West Florida and a master's degree in
Educational Administration from Troy University.
Long is the daughter of Mr. Collins and the Rev.
Mary D. Myrick of Marianna, and the granddaughter,
of Eldora and the late James G. Myrick Jr. She is mar-
ried to Ladon Long, formerly of Bascom..5


at MHS and an art student
of Dr. Jerri Benton. Her
parents are Tres and Bobby,
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tact Claudia Smith at 482-
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spring break is just around
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Chipola tapped to host 'Brain Bowl' tourney


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

Chipola College has been cho-
sen as the host site for 2010
National Academic Quiz
Tournaments Community
College National Championship.
The championship is set for
Feb. 26-27, in the Chipola
Literature/Language Building,
Friday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. and
Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
As the host, Chipola will pro-
vide staff for the tournament.
NAQT will provide most of the
readers. The public is invited to
watch the Chipola Brain Bowl
Team compete for the national
title. Beginning in 2008-09,
NAQT began holding a separate
national championship tourna-
ment to crown the best two-year
quiz bowl team in North
America. Chipola finished sec-
ond in the'NAQT tournament in
2009 and in 2008.
Teams will qualify for the
CCCT via Community College


Sectional Championship
Tournaments (CCSCTs) held
nationwide in late January.- The
winner of each CCSCT will be
invited to the championship
along with additional teams
based on a national comparison
of their statistics, points scored,
bonus conversion and other fac-
tors. Both Chipola Brain Bowl
teams have qualified for the
CCCT Tournament.
The top six teams from the
CCCT at Chipola will qualify for
the overall Division II collegiate
championship that will continue
to take place as part of the 2010
Intercollegiate Championship
Tournament. All two-year, junior,
and community colleges are eli-
gible to compete in NAQT's CC
CT and CCCT events.
For information about the
National Brain Bowl Tournament
at Chipola College, call Brain
Bowl coach Stan Young at 718-
2336, or e-mail young l@chipo-
la.edu.


Chipola
College Brdin
Bowl team
members, from
left, Nathan
Hooppell,
Cody Pickens,
Ethan Heweft,
Dallin Kelson
and Drew
Padgett.
Chipola has
been chosen
as host site for
2010 NAQT
(National
Academic
Quiz
Tournaments)
Community
College
National
Championship.
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photo


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Karen Spears Zacharias,
author of "Will Jesus Buy
Me a Double-Wide?
('Cause I Need More Room
for My Plasma TV), will be
on the campus of Chipola
College, Monday, March 1.
The public is invited to a
10 a.m. book-signing and
reception in the college
Library, At 11 a.m.,
Zacharias will 'lead a dis-
cussion entitled, "God and
Money," in Jackson Hall of
the Chipola Literature and
Language Building.
Zacharias' visit to
Chipola coincides with the
March 1 release of her
long-awaited "Will Jesus
Buy Me a Double-Wide?"
about money and religion.
According to Zacharias,
generations are 'being
taught that God wants them
to prosper, but what hap-
pens to their faith when
they don't get the job they
prayed for or the big house
on the hill or the plasma
TV they've been eyeing?
Zacharias had her first
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 iove in
a trailer (a couple of differ-
ent times), and gave birth to
her firstborn child in. a trail-
er.
Using her journalistic
background, Zacharias
scoured the back-roads
from Oregon to North
Carolina asking people'
about two things God
and money. She inter-
viewed the exceedingly
wealthy and the extremely
poor and a host of people in
between.
With humor, wit and the
quirky charm of modern
parables, Zacharias shares
the stories of faith won and
faith lost. From an' AIG
employee, and the car
mogul who lost everything,
to the Alabama debutante
who inherited $40 million
from her granny's
"Everlasting" rolls,
Zacharias compiled a cast
of unforgettable characters.
Zacharias is a former
editorial writer and colum-
nist for the Fayetteville
Observer. She is a con-
tributing writer to the
Burnside Writers
Collective, an online maga-
zine for young, progressive
Christian writers and
thinkers. She served as an


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NEWS, EVENTS, SPECIAL PROGRAMS, AND GOOD BOOKS FROM
JACKSON COUNTY'S PUBLIC LIBRARY
MARIANNA, GRACEVILLE, AND THE BOOKMOBILE
Book Review
"Pompeii"
by Robert Harris

Like the pyramids along the Nile, King Tut, and other
Egyptian lore, the eruption of the volcano Mt. Vesuvius
and destruction of the town of Pompeii has always held
a fascination for readers. This book, a New York Times
best seller, puts the event on a human scale. We learn
about the everyday life of the Roman Empire's wealth-
iest citizens along the Mediterranean coast.
It is interesting to learn'the importance of the aque-
duct system and the technology that made this system
possible. The complex system,of arches brought water
'from the mountainsto serve people along the Bay of
Naples in Italy.
,The aqueduct was maintained by a group of engi-
"neers and this story is about one of these men, Marcus
Attilius Primus, '.' .
He discovers a problem and must repair the aqueduct
before the reservoir runs dry. As we learn, the problem
foretells the eruption of the volcano.
But Marcus has a problem with the people of
Pompeii, finding corruption and even violence that hin-
der his work to repair the supply of water. The people
are "fat and happy," enjoying their wealth, their villas,
and their summer, and are not interested in problems
not immediately affecting their way of life.
The tale takes place over a four-day period in August
79 A.D. The short time span moves the story quickly
and keeps it full of tension.
At the end of this four-day period the destruction
comes'to Pompeii, giving us an archeological treasure:
a completely preserved town of people and their com-'
munity frozen in volcanic time.
Much exploration has been done at this site, which
has helped, us understand life in 79 A.D. The book,.
although historical fiction, is well based in scientific
facts.
A good map is included which helps show the area of
the story.
Other books by Robert Harris are "Archangel" and
"Fatherland".
This review was written by a library volunteer. Have
you read a good book lately?
Write a few words about the book and send to the
Jackson County Public Library either by e-mail to
alan.barber@jacksoncountyfl.com or by mail to
Director, Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green
Street, Marianna, FL 32446.
Your review may be published in-this newspaper.
Please include your name (which we won't publish if
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Chipola receives FCCAA top award for 'Murders'


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN

The Chipola College 2009 fall
production of "The Musical
Comedy Murders of 1940" has
received a "superior" rating from
the production's adjudication by
the Florida Community College
Activities Association.
"We are always thrilled to be
recognized in such an outstand-
ing way. Being a part of FCCAA
is great way for Chipola to share
their talents with the state's other
colleges," Chipola director
Charles Sirmon said. "To be a
small college, we seem to do a
great job keeping up with the
other larger colleges and univer-
sities. I'm very proud of my
department. and students," he
said. Chipola was recognized by
FCCAA adjudicator Rodney
Whatley, who said "It was an
.evening filled with laughter and


joy and amazement. I was truly
amazed at the comic talent of the
actors. The entire company was
amazing and truly entertaining."
Also recognized for outstand-
ing Superior work were Chipola
student actors Aven Pitts, Ben
Grande and Sarah Lovins and
guest artist Chris Manasco.
Chipola theatre is currently in
rehearsal for Bye Bye Birdie,
which will be staged March 10-
14.
For information about Chipola
Theatre call 880-718-2227 or sir-
monc@chipola.edu

Chipola actors Aven Pitts, Sarah
Lovins and Ben Grande
received "superior" awards for
their work in The Chipola
College 2009 fall production of
"The Musical Comedy Murders
of 1940." Contributed photo


Literature / Language winners


SPECIAL TO THE FLORIDAN
Some 100 students from
10 area high schools com-
peted in writing, reading,
speech, oral interpretation,
literature, humanities,
grammar, and foreign lan-
guage contests at Chipola
College on Feb. 12. ,
The occasion was the
Twentieth Annual
T h r o s e 1
Literature/Language
Festival hosted by
Chipola's h' Letters
Department. The purpose
of the festival is to recog-
nize and encourage aca-
demic excellence. .
Prizes were awarded to
first, second .anrd third
places, as well as two hon-
orable mentions, in each
.category. The -winner of
the' President's Reading
Contest received a special
medallion as well as a cash
award.
Contest winners from
participating schools are
listed below.
President's Reading
Award-Harlea Perdue of
Blountstown High School.
Writing: first--Kimberly
Csizmadia of Marianna
High School; second-
Laura Stoltzfus of
Blountstown High School;
third-Megan Bryan of
Malone School; honorable
mentions-Paul Kelson of
Marianna High School and'
Shannah Bober of Vernon
School.
Speech: .. first-Korie
Mitchell of Graceville
High School; second-.
Kaylea Todd of Chipley
High School; third-
Sharlene San Nicolas of
Vernon High School; hon-
orable mentions-
Stephanie Martin of
Blountstown High School
and Kara Alford of Sneads
High School.. '
Oral Interpretation:.
first-Chris Holloway of
Sneads High School; sec-
ond-Meghan Salter of
Chipley High School;
third-Christin Wiggins of
Marianna High School;
honorable mentions-
China Williams of
Blountstown High School
and Eric Jones of
Blountstown High School.
Literature: first-
Melanie Foster of
Marianna High School;
second-Raymond Carter
of Vernon High School;
third-Dylan Paramore of
Cottondale High School;.
honorable mentions-
Korie Mitchell of
Graceville High School


Some 100 students from 10 area high schools competed in Chipola College's Twentieth
Annual Throssell Literature/Language Festival. Writing award winners are, from left:
first place, Kimberly Csizmadia of Marianna HS; second place, Laura Stoltzfus of
Blountstown HS; third place, Megan Bryan of Malone School; honorable mentions, Paul
Kelson of Marianna HS and Shannah Bober of Vernon School. -- Contributed photo

.Melanie Foster
of Marianna
High accepts '
the first place
Literature award
from Dr. Sarah
Clemmons at
Chipola
College's
Twentieth
Annual Throssell
Literature/Langu
age Festival. -
Contributed
photo


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Here, Oral Interpretation first police winner Chris
Holloway of Sneads HS accepts his award from Dr.
Sarah Clemmons. Contributed photo


and Sara Gore of Chipley.
High School.
Humanities: first-
Caitlin McCaffrey of
Sneads High School; sec-.
ond-Steven Carter "of
Vernon High School;
third-DeeAnna Grimes of
Blountstown High School;
honorable mentions-
Cody Blakenship of
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Amber Sadberry of Liberty
County High .School.
Grammar: first--David
Leonard of Blountstown
High School; second-
Lawson Mozley of Malone
School; third-Kimberly


Csizmadia of Marianna
High School; honorable
mentions-Mark Register,
of Graceville High School
and Brooke Vickery of
Cottondale High School.
Foreign Language
Contest: first-Kevin
Gutierrez of Blountstown
High School; second-
Jackie Regalado of Liberty
County High School;
third-Keila Martinez of
Sneads High School; hon-
orable mentions-Camille
Gonzalez of Vernon High
School and Kattarina
Albasini .of Chipley High
School.


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PLANNING & ZONING BOARD OF ITS INTENTTO CONDUCT
A PUBLIC MEETING TO REVIEW THE FOLLOWING
APPLICATIONS AND OTHER BUSINESS:

- Marianna Hills Subdivision Variance request from
Marianna City Code, Land Development Code, Section
4-7.3(h)(8), which regulates when infrastructure is to be
installed and the final plat filed on subdivisions;
- Florida Land Title & Trust Company Variance request from
Marianna City Code, Land Development Code, Section
5-11.6(1), which regulates the length of flush mounted
building signs in the Main Street District;
- Transmittal of the Draft Evaluation and Appraisal Report
of the City of Marianna Comprehensive Plan to the Florida
Department of Community Affairs; and
- Other business

The public meeting will be held in the City Commission Chambers
of Marianna City Hall located at 2897 Jefferson Street, Marianna, Florida
on Monday the 22nd of February 2010 at 4:00 p.m.

Comments are encouraged. Anyone desiring information may
contact the City of Marianna Municipal Development Department
at 2897 Jefferson Street, Marianna, Florida
or contact by phone at (850) 482-2786 during regular business hours.


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Successful fundraiser for student with cancer


BY ASHLEY McKEEN
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER
More than 50 community
members participated in a
fundraiser Saturday --
Haircuts for Hope, .held at
Allure hair salon in
Marianna, for Chipola stu-
dent Brandi Purvis. The
event raised about $575 for
Purvis, to go towards her
endless medical bills and
other expenses.
The 20-year-old
Cottondale student was
recently diagnosed with
gastrointestinal stromal
tumors (GIST). These are
considered very rare tumors
of the GI tract. Purvis cur-
rently has no family around
to help support her, and is
juggling work, school and
doctor visits all on her own,
trying to make ends meet.
To make matters worse,
Purvis' doctors have now
found 23 more tumors on
her liver.
As community members
became aware of Purvis'
situation, many are lending
a helping hand. Robin
Mount, the mother of'
Purvis' best friend Morgan,
has been diligently organiz-
ing fundraising events and
lending her support to
Purvis through these.tough
times.
Mount arranged the
"Haircuts for Hope" event
to allow community mem-
bers to get involved, and
provide a support group for
someone in need.
An Allure stylist and sev-
eral beauticians from other


Crystal Spurlock cuts Lisa Neff's hair during a fundrais-
er for cancer patient Brandi Purvis Saturday. Mark
Skinner / Floridan


salons gave haircuts from 9
a.m. until 3 p.m., working
only on tips. All proceeds,
from the actual haircut price
- children's hair for $10
.and adults for $15 are
going' to Purvis. Even a
retired stylist from out of
the area came back to
donate her time toward the
cause. '
Lauren Smitherman, a
participating hairstylist, is a
good friend of'Purvis from
Cottondale High School.
"When I heard Ms. Robin
wanted to do the fundraiser
I was so glad to be able to


help," Smitherman said.
"Brandi's like my best
friend, and I want to help
her in any way I can."
Two hours after the start
of the event, Smitherman
said she had already seen 10
customers:
"It hasn't been extremely
busy, but we have seen a
good amount of people
coming through wanting to
help out," Smitherman said.
Salon employees were
asking all participants to
sign in with name. and
address, so Purvis could
send thank you cards.


Lisa Neff, 49, said she
waited for this particular
event to cut her hair, to help
show her support to Purvis.
"Well, she came in today
to have her head shaved,"
Debbie Spurlock, Neff's
sister said. "My sister has
recently been diagnosed for
the second time with breast
cancer. She is currently
undergoing treatment and
began loosing patches of
her hair, so she came to
shave her head today and
start wearing wigs." I
Spurlock said Neff has
had a hard time over the
past year, and .when she
heard about the fundraiser
for Purvis, Neff decided she
too wanted to help.
Spurlock said Neff knows,
what Purvis is going,
through and wanted to sup-
port her in any way possi-
ble.
"She (Neff) is a trooper,
there's no doubt about that,"
Spurlock said. "I know she
is, happy to help the cause
and Brandi in this way."
Purvis expressed her grat-
itude to the community and
all .those helping her
through this struggle.
"Unfortunately, I did
have to withdraw from my
classes this semester
because I missed too much
school, between going to
Tampa and D.C. for doctor
visits," Purvis said.
Last month, Dr. Su Young
Kim, a pediatric oncologist
from the National Cancer
Institute in Washington,
D.C. contacted Purvis. Kim
stated in ap e-mail that after


reading the article about
Purvis in the Floridan last
month, he wished to help
her through her tough times
and with her condition.
Purvis accepted and was
flown to Washington, D.C.,
to attend the biannual pedi-
atric and wildtype GIST
clinic at the National
Institutes of Health Jan. 21
and 22, at the NIH's
expense.
"I had such an amazing
time in D.C.," Purvis said.
"I learned so much about
GIST and I got to know
people from around the
world also with GIST. They
(NIH officials) even took us
to three-Smithsonian muse-
ums and let us sightsee a
bit."
Purvis explained that the
clinic served as a informa-
tional session, and allowed
her to better understand her
condition.
"My doctors initially told
me I had 18 months, but
when I spoke to the experts
at the clinic, they explained
that that number was
wrong," Purvis said. "So
that was probably the
biggest discovery.",
Unfortunately, there is
currently no treatment
available to stop the tumors
from growing, Purvis said.
"With .wildtype GIST,
which is what I have, I will.
never go into remission,"
Purvis said. "But luckily,
*this type of cancer doesn't
damage the'liver, it just cov-
ers it with the tumors."
* Purvis said she will be
going to Tallahassee over


Dedication pays off at show and sale


BY DEBORAH BUCKHALTER
FLORIDAN STAFF WRITER -
At the Fed Cattle Show and Sale
Tuesday night in Jackson County, 10-
year-old Dellon Barber repeated his
feat last year, by once again raising the
grand champion of the show.
His steer weighed, in at 1,325
pounds and earned him $2,500. The
animal was bought by Anderson-
Columbia.
Lawson Mozley, 18, made his best
showing ever in raising the reserve
grand champion. 'His steer weighed
1,012 pounds and earned him $2,000.'
The animal was bought by Waste'
Management. ... .
The winning steers were judged on
weight, muscle, structure and fat cov-
ering. '
Both young men who raised them
are students at Malone School, where
Barber's mother, Kim Barber, is the
agriculture teacher. :
Barber's money will go back into
his steer-showing endeavors. He's
been showing just two years, and up to
now he's been using a lot of the equip-
ment his dad, Bruce, used when he
was a youngster showing in Georgia
FFA competitions.
But the old trailer and chute are
beginning to show their age, and it's
time to buy new ones.
His mother says he'll probably also
buy a "glorified hair dryer" for groom-
ing the animals he shows in the future.
Right now, he borrows one.
Barber said he was very fond of this
particular steer because he was easy,
to work with.
"He was calm and gentle. He would
let me do almost anything with him,
even after he got hurt in another
show," he said.
Barber said he had help from his
family in getting the steer into shape
for the show.
His father did the morning feeds,
while he took afternoon duty when he
got home from school. That entailed
about 30 minutes, worth of combing,
walking, washing and grooming.
The young man spent about two
and ahalf hours a day with the animal
on weekends; His little sister, 7-year-
old JaDee Barber, often tagged along
to help comb and wash 'the steer,
Barber said.
His mother toted supplies back and


Dellon Barber stands with his Grand Champion
steer .and Gene Strickland, who was representing
the steers purchasers, Anderson Columbia. -
Contributed Photo


forth, including the borrowed dryer.
His grandparents, Tommie and
Gerthan Hudson of Westville and
James and Judy Barber of Brinson,
Ga., lent moral support and were there
to see him win Tuesday night.
Barber said he hopes to raise a third
grand champion this year, and plans to
"show until I can't show anymore."
-"His new Australian shepherd,
,Cooper, may have a role in helping
keep his next steer in line.
Either way, the seven-month-old
dog is a welcome addition to the fam-
ily. -,
Barber said he and Cooper already
have a good time playing together in
the fields on the family farm, a 120-
.acre farm with crops, hay and bovines.
For Lawson Mozley, the event was
a bit bittersweet; after this shoW, he
aged out of the event and hung up his
showman's crop.
In addition to winning reserve
grand champion honors, he won the
senior showmanship competition,
where the handler is judged solely on
his ability to handle and present the
animal.
Mozley said he was proud of that
accomplishment, because the burden
fell strictly on him and he was able to
deliver.
"This all really meant a lot to me,
especially this being my senior year
and my last show.'" Mozley said.
He started competing in the annual
show and sale when he was in sixth
grade. His older sisters, Denea
Stephents and Erica Mozley, also
showed when they were youngsters.
Thanks to the foresight of their par-
ents, Kim Mozley of Cottondale and


Reserve Champion Steer was ihown by Lawson
Mozley and was purchased for $2000 by Waste
Management. Jodie Russ and Jeff Massey repre-
senting Waste Management are seen in the photo.
- Contributed Photo


Edwin L.. Mozley Jr. of Malone, all
three had something to show for all
their hard work, beyond the trophies
and each year's cash winnings.
Kim Mozley told the children that
they needed to save their money for
long-term goals. They did, and the
girls bought their own cars with the
winnings as they headed off to col-
lege. For Lawson, the money always
went back into cattle.
"My daddy and me made the agree-
ment a long time ago that he'd give me
my calf (for the show. and sale) if I
would use the money to buy my own
herd. Because of that deal, over the
years I've been able to buy 19 brood
cows and a herd bull," he said. "One
of the competitors in the. show this
year, Cody Henson, showed one of
my calves from the herd I built up, and
he won third in his class. I started with
two in sixth grade, bought a pen of
four next, and it just ballooned from
there." .
Mozley's herd is about as big as he
can manage now, what with college
on the horizon, so he's putting this
year's money into school, instead.
In a way, though, the money is still
going into the herd. Mozley hopes one
day to take over the family farm where
his cows reside. The farm stems from
his father's side of the family and
encompasses -about 700 acres. He he
would be a sixth generation farmer in
the Mozley family if he carries out his
plan.
He's on track to do that. He's hop-
ing to be a state FFA officer this year,
and wants to lobby for agricultural
interests before the state legislature.
He plans to attend Chipola College,


then the University of Florida. There,
he foresees a double major.
"I want to study animal science
with a specialty in the beef industry,
and ag communications," Mozley
said. "With that, I could teach, but I
would really like to work with the
extension service or the beef unit out
at Greenwood."
Tuesday's win was made event
sweeter for Mozley because someone
very special was in the audience.
"My older sister (Denea) and I
talked in December (when she was
pregnant), and I told her I'd love it if
she could bring her new baby out to
the show if it was old enough by then,'"'
he said. "Denea kind of paved the way
for me, in FFA because she's eight
years older, and she brought me along
with her to take care of her show
steers when I was little, so I really
wanted her child to be there, even if
she just came into the parking lot with
her so I could wave at her."
Little Allie Stephens debuted two
weeks ago, and she made it past the
parking lot Tuesday. She was in the
middle of the crowd.
"She slept through the whole
thing'," Mozley said with a chuckle,
"but it meant a lot to me that she was
there."
Kim Mozley said she's proud of her
son's level of commitment to his fam-
ily, as well as his devotion to his farm-
ing and livestock interests.
Said she feels a little bit like she's
retiring from the show ring herself,
just as her son is. As a mother of three
contestants through the years, she's
agonized along with them in tough
years, and celebrated the good ones.


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released information regarding which of the were called in to assist in the investigation, around the region and put Marianna Gardens
two died at the scene, and which died at the According to Marianna police, persons of inter- Apartments under more scrutiny for criminal
hospital. est have been developed. As of late Saturday, no activity.
Witnesses said two black males entered arrests have been made. However, an official Police are asking anyone who may have.
Odom's apartment with the apparent intent to with FDLE did confirm Friday morning that information in this case to come forward. A
'commit a robbery. The two men resisted and one suspect has been detained. It was not clear cash reward of up to $1,000 is available for
were shot during the ensuing struggle. as of press time whether the suspect was still in information that leads to an arrest in this case.
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through the exhibits until about 2
p.m.
According to Alexander, there
were many displays set up
around the building with infor-
mation on forestry, field crops,
hunting, fishing, the Grand
Ridge FFA club, as well as
career paths in the agriculture
field.
Children impatiently bounced
around waiting for their turn to
view the animals on site,
Alexander said. There were a
few animals available for student
viewing, such as a goat, silkie


chickens and bunnies.
Along with the animals, there
were also tractor exhibits on dis-
play, complete with information
on their importance to agricul-
ture. There was a John Deere, a
Ford New Holland as well as an
antique Ford tractor 1954 model.
Alexander said some students
were in awe of the older model
tractor and were interested in
learning more about it.
The biggest hit with the stu-
dents was the blacksmith's
demonstrations, Alexander said.
Jimmy Daniels, a blacksmith


from Cypress, spent the day
demonstrating how to work
metal with heat and a hammer,
Alexander explained.
"He did a magnificent job
explaining to the students what
he was doing every step of the
way," Alexander said. "He
showed the kids how to make
nails and stake turners, which
they all really enjoyed. The stu-
dents were just absolutely
amazed by what he could do."
The event was put on by Grand
Ridge School's FFA club. The
preparations were ongoing for a
T


week prior, Alexander said. With
about 100 students in FFA per
semester, Alexander seems to
have his hands full. But this
week, the extra hands were need-
ed.
"I think the day was a .huge
success, students really seemed
to love the exhibits and hopeful-
ly learned a little something
along the way," Alexander said.
"I hope we were able to give stu-
dents a familiarity with our club
and with agriculture in general
and show them its importance to
our lives."


the next week to have
another MRI to see if the
tumors have grown.
"The doctors at NIH have
invited me back to a clinic
in June and said I could
come back anytime I like.
So that's good," Purvis said.
With all the help from the
community, Purvis says she
will be able to go to Florida
State University in the fall,
to continue pursing her
bachelor's degree.
"I'm so ready to go,"
Purvis said. "I have to finish
up the classes I have left this
summer at Chipola, and
then I'll be at FSU in the fall
with my best friend Morgan
(Mount). I'm just so excit-
ed."


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to Goines' whereabouts.
Officials discovered
approximately 20 grams of
cocaine packaged separate-
ly into 19 bundles, with a
Street 'value of about
$16,000, when Goines was
taken into custody.
Goines and Ronald
Hester, 57, of Bascom, are
both being charged, with
unlawful possession of a
controlled substance
(cocaine), with a $15,000
bond on each man.


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Marianna Chapel,
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St
Marianna, FL 32446
526-5059
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Roland
Gregory
Gunnels

Mr. Roland Gregory
Gunnels, 54, of Ozark, Ala.,
formerly of Cottondale,
died Saturday, Feb. 20,
2010, at Dale Medical Cen-
ter in Ozark.
Funeral .arrangements
are incomplete and will be
announced later by Ma-
rianna Chapel Funeral
Home.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of all
arrangements.

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

Paul L. Lawrence, 93, of
the Dellwood, community
passed away Friday, Feb.
.19, 2010, at Signature.
HealthCare at the Court-
yard.
He was born in Dellwood
on Dec. 30, 1916, to the late
Elton and Ada Mitchell
Lawrence, and remained a
lifelong resident of the
area. Mr. Lawrence loved
his family, was a hard
worker all of his life and
took great pleasure in
watching his crops grow.
He -was preceded in
death by his wife of 63
years, Edna Whiddon Law-
rence; daughter Lillian
Bernice Player; son Elton
Wade Lawrence; grandson
Jonathan "Joey" Lawrence;
great-grandson Brett- Law-
rence Barbee; and three
sisters, Tommie Lossie
Lawrence, Rutha Croft and
Cora Mercer.
Survivors include four
sons, Thomas Earl Law-
rence and wife Syble, of
Dellwood, Tommy Wayne
Lawrence and wife Joann,
of Jacksonville, Eddie Paul
Lawrence and wife Faye, of
Tallahassee, and Harry
Glen Lawrence and wife
Sue, of Bascom; 12 grand-
children; and 10 great-
grandchildren.
.The service for Mr. Law-
rence will be Sunday, Feb.
21, at 2 p.m. in the Wel-
come Assembly of God
Church, with the Revs. Jack
Howell and John Lawrence
III officiating. Interment


will follow in the Welcome
Assembly of God Church
Cemetery.
Visitation was Saturday,
Feb. 20, 6 to 8 p.m. in the
Marianna Chapel Funeral
Home.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangernents.
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at
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Ready for Rickards


Marianna set to host unbeaten _....

Raiders in regional semifinals


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR


If the Marianna Bulldogs
are to make their third straight
trip to Lakeland 'this year,
they'll first have to get
through arguably the best 3A
team in Florida.
The Rickards Raiders, 25-0
and ranked No. 2 in the-state,
will come to Marianna
Tuesday night to take on the
26-3.Bulldogs in the regional
semifinals at 7 p.m.
"The best team we've
played all year," Marianna
coach Travis Blanton said of
the Raiders on Saturday. "It's
our biggest test, the ,best.
group we've played all year,
and one of the top two or three,
teams in state, publicor pri-
vate.
"It's going to be really
tough. We'll have to play
error-free basketball to win."
Rickards beat Bay 71-40 in.
its playoff opener Thursday,
but the Bulldogs were equal-
ly-impressive in their 20-point
win over District 2 runner-up
East Gadsden, a game in
which Marianna led by as.
much as 27 points.
The Raiders beat the.
Jaguars all three times they
played them this season, so
Blanton knows the challenge
will be even greater, for his'
team.
"We're excited about it,"
the coach said. "We're going
to enjoy it, .and. try. to do
everything we can to win it:.
It's a really neat experience to
be able to play at home in this
game %% ith somebody the cal-
iber of Rickards."-


"It's going to be a
challenge, but we'll*
give it our best shot
and see how it comes
out in the end."
-Travis Blanton,'
Marianna coach

The Raiders are led by 5-
foot, 9-inch guard Avery
Moore, one of the top guards
in the state in. one of 'the
state's best backcourts.
"The Moore kid is so quick,
so savvy with the ball, and so
strong with it," Blanton said.
"He just makes good deci-
sions, and he can shoot it.
He's a point guard who can
score, which you don't always
see. We saw it with
(Cottondale guard) Marcus
Humose, but you don't often
see them as- aggressive (as
'Moore)." ,,
Humose scored 32 points in
an overtime win ,over the
Bulldogs on. Feb. 4. Blanton
said his team will have to do a
better job of containing the
Rickards guards than they did
against Humose.
"The thing about it is with
Rickards, there are three
Marcus' out there," the coach'
said. "There's not a'whole lot
of help you can go on.
"You just have to hope that
you're great one-on-one
defenders, and you can limit
them to one shot, because
they're not going to .turn the
See READY, Page 3B Op


Marianna's Tre Jackson (22) puts up a shot during a playoff game against
East Gadsden on Thursday in Marianna. The Bulldogs host Rickards on
Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the regional semifinals. Mark Skinner/Floridan


Young Tgers look to futureafter playoff loss


Graceville's Cameron Dozier (1) looks to
make a shot during a playoff game against
Pensacola Christian on Thursday in
Graceville. Mark Skinner/Floridan "


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Graceville Tigers saw their charmed
season come to an end Thursday night at
home, falling to Pensacola Christian 69-53.
Mike Goetsch scored 20 points to lead, the
Warriors, who will next take on the Baker,
Gators in a district rematch on Tuesday.
Cameron -Dozier led Graceville with 18
points,.with Byron Laster adding 13, and'CJ
Dozier nine.
.It was an abrupt end for the Tigers, who
started 'the season slow before .rallying
behind first-year coach Thomas Register to
win 19 games and a district championship.
Register said it was disappointing to know
the season was over, but the Warriors simply
proved to be the better team.
I "You've got to give them credit. They're
big and skilled, and they were the best shoot-
ing team we have seen all year," the coach
said. "I felt like if we could make it, an up-
and-down game, we'd have a shot at win-
ning. Early on, we were.able to do it, but we
just missed every opportunity we had.
"We were missing shots and lay-ups, and
in the halfcourt I did a poor job scouting
them. We were just unable to get anything
going." .
Pensacola Christian led 31-26 at halftime,


"I don't want our fans to think
that winning district and going
one round in the playoffs is
good enough. It's not good
enough for me, for Graceville,
or for the players."
-Thomas Register,
Graceville coach

and- the Warriors extended the lead to double
digits early in the third period.
Graceville got to within six on two sepa-
rate occasions in the third, but the Warriors
were able to finish the period strong and take
a 51-37 lead into the fourth.
"You have to give them credit. We'd get
close, then they would.make a good pass to
an open man and make a shot," Register said.
"My guys came out and executed the game-
'plan asked I them to, and it just didn't work."
However, the future still looks bright for
the Tigers, who return all" five starters next
season, losing only one senior in reserve
See TIGERS, Page 3B


Lady Pirates stay perfect with 11-0 win over Cottondale


BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORis EDITOR, '
SNEADS The Sneads Lady
Pirates improved to 3-0 on the
young season and 2-0 in district
play Friday night, with an 11-0
win in five innings over the
Cottondale Lady Hornets.
Cottondale fell to 0-3 with the
loss, with all three defeats com-
ing at the hands of district oppo-
nents.
Aleisha Edenfield, Karissa
Childs and Kayla Rabon com-
bined in the circle for Sneads to
pitch a one-hit shutout.
Chelsea Caudill's single in the
top of the first inning was the
only base hit for the Lady
Hornets all game.
Sneads was coming off a pair
of close wins over Chipley on


Monday, and Holmes County on
Tuesday. ,
But the Lady Pirates were able
to seize control early on Friday
night, and rest their starters late.
Childs got Sneads on the board
first in the bottom of the first with
an RBI double to score lead-off
hitter Kayla Kelly.
Childs came around to score'on
a wild pitch by Cottondale starter.
Kelsie Obert. A sacrifice bunt by
Jolie Johnson brought Aleisha
Edenfield to the plate for a 3-0
lead.
Kelly put two more Sneads
runs on the board in the second
inning with a two-RBI double to
left field, to score Bridgett
Dawson and Londyn Chason.
An error on an Edenfield
See PERFECT, Page 3B l


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Cottondale's Valerie D'Ambrosio,' right, slides safely into 'second
base before Sneads' Lora Howell can catch the ball and make a
tag during a district game Friday night in Sneads. The Lady Pirates
won the game 11-0. Mark Skinner/Floridan


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Malone falls

to Paxton
BY DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Malone Tigers lost a
,heartbreaker to Paxton on
Thursday night, falling 61-57
in the 1A regional quarterfi-
nals in Paxton.
The ,Bobcats advanced to
Tuesday's regional semifinal
round, to take on FAMU in
Paxton.
The Tigers' season comes to
an end with a record of 20-6,
and a disappointing finish after
an impressive regular season.
"All week we talked about
going over there and playing
together and playing hard,"
Malone' coach Steven Welch
said after the'game. "We gave
ourselves a chance to win at
their place. But' Paxton is a
good team, and .they did a
good job. They controlled the
tempo at important times and
got to the free throw line.
"We had a good year, and
now we have to start getting
ready For next year. We defi-
nitely fell short .of a couple of
goals, but we'll work hard to
,try to fix it." '
'The game was tied after the
first and third periods, with
Paxton nursing a 26-24 half-
time advantage. ,
Malone had a chance to take
the lead with 10 seconds left
and trailing 57-55. But Jean
Littles'. 3-point attempt was
off, and the Bobcats made four
straight free throws to close
the game.
TJ Smith led the Tigers with
24 points, with LaDarius
McElroy adding nine, and
Marcus Leonard seven.
The Bobcats were led by
Demetrius Moore's 29 points.
Welch said the .6-foot, 7-
inch senior was too much for
his team to handle.
"He's a big kid who can run
the point' and post up," the
coach ,said. "He's quick as
anybody we have, he can jump
as high as (Leonard), and he
can shoot it. There's just not
much you can do with a kid
like that,"
SBut Welch said he was
proud of the overall effort.his
team gave.
"I'm happy with the way we
played. We played with confi-
dence, and we played our style
of, ball," the coach said. "We
just played a real good team."

Bulldogs start

season 3-0
BY SHELIA MADER
FLORIDAN CORRESPONDENT '
The Marianna High School
Bulldogs baseball team com-
pleted their first week of the
regular season with a 3-0 start.
Marianna defeated Liberty
County on Tuesday, Graceville
on Thursday, and district foe
Walton on Friday evening, all
at Bulldog Field. ,
In Friday's district matchup,
the Dawgs won 3-1 to start
district play with a win.
Alex Bigale got the nod on
the mound with Clayte. Rooks
behind the plate. Zack Smith
took care of first base with
Austin Branch at second,
Brandon Burch at short and
Dustin O'Hearn at third.
In the outfield, Jae" Elliot
covered left field with JT
Meadows anchoring down
center, and Jaren Bannerman
, in right. Colby Johnson was
the designated hitter.
With one out in the bottom
of the first inning, Branch sin-
gled, stole second and third,
and scored on a sacrifice by
Johnson for a 1-0 MHS lead.
In the second inning, Bigale
issued a one-out walk, and an
error allowed the run to score.
.Bigale retired the next two
batters to end the inning.
Marianna had a bases
loaded opportunity slip by in
'the home half of the third
inning. Branch and Johnson
See MHS, Page 3B >










2B Sunday, February 21, 2010 Jackson County Floridan


Hope For Haiti
Marianna Stryders and
Marianna Runners Club
have joined forces to
raise money for Convoy
of Hope, which exists to
feed millions of people
in need in the United
States and around the
world.
A 5K Fun Run/walk
will be held today at
Citizens Lodge Park on
Caverns Rd. in Marianna
from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Registration cost is
donation only, and 100
percent of th money
raised will go to Convoy
of Hope to send clean
drinking water and other
supplies to Haiti.
Registered participants
will also receive a "Hope
For Haiti" wristband.
There will be music
and refreshment.
Youth Wrestling
Team Dynamic Youth
Wrestling Club will be
starting practice on Feb.
23, at 6 p.m. at the old
Marianna High School
Wrestling room on
Tuesday and Thursdays.
. Wrestlers can sign up.
for the club at the first
practice. All kids ages 5-
18 are welcome to join.
For more information,
please call coach Ron
Thoreson at 272-0280.-
5K Fun Run
On Feb. 27, the Sneads
Relay for Life Team and
Marianna Area Runners
Club will host a 5K
race/walk and 1-mile fun
run in Sneads Park to
raise money and aware-
ness for the American
Cancer Society.
Registration is from 7
a.m. to 7:45 a.m., with
the race beginning at 8
a.m. The Fun Run will be
after the 5K. Entry fee
for the 5K is $15 per per-
son, and $10 for the Fun
Run. All ages may partic-
ipate. For a $50 dona-
tion, sponsor's name can
appear on back of 5K t-
shirt. E-mail starry-
oung@hotmail.com.
5K Fun Run
Marianna Probation
and Parole, and the
Chipola chapter of Phi
Theata Kappa will spon-
sor a 5K Fun Run bene-
fitting the Special
Olympics on March 6 at
Citizen's Lodge.'
Registration begins at
7 a.m., and the 1-mile
walk/run starts at 8 a.m.
The 5K race starts at
8:45 a.m.
Cost for the 5K race is
$20 prior to March 3, and
$25 the day of the race,
while it is $10 for the 1-
mile walk/run.
" All net proceeds bene-
fit the Special Olympics.


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Lady Tigers beat Vernon,


move to 2-0 in district


By DUSTIN KENT
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR
The Graceville Lady
Tigers improved to 2-0 in
district play Friday night
with a 12-1 victory over
Vernon in five innings.
Graceville defeated
Blountstown 17-7 on
Tuesday in its district
debut, and the Lady Tigers
got another five-inning
victory.
The Lady Tigers scored
five runs in' the second
inning and six more in the
fourth inning to break the
game open.
Taylor McDaniel and.
Brittany Flournoy each
singled to start the second
inning, and Zia White
broke the seal on the game
with an RBI single to score
McDaniel.
Consecutive walks 'to
Kelly, Leuenberger and
Andi Pierce brought home,
another run, setting up a
two-RBI double .by
Shaquel Johnson to make it
5-0 Graceville.
McDaniel again led 6ff
the fourth inning by getting
on base, -walking and scor-
ing on a sacrifice bunt by
Heather .Thompson to
make it 6-0.,, '
After an RBI single by
White, a bloop single by
Leuenberger loaded- the
bases. -' ,. .. ,
Consecutive RBI singles
by Pierce and Johnson set
up a two-run single by Liza
Johnson to make it 11-0.i


"Being in a new
district, it's
especially
important to get off
to a good start. We
don't want to be
low man on the
totem pole."
-Joshua Graham,
Graceville coach-
Graceville coach Joshua*
Graham said he was very
pleased with the way his
team has started the district
season, particularly after a
lopsided loss to Marianna
in the season-opener.
"Being in a .new district,
it's especially important to
get off to a good start," the
coach said. "We don't want
to be low man on the totem
pole. I think some people
may be surprised by us
winning, but I liked our tal-
ent coming back for this
season. .
"We're getting good
solid hitting, the defense is
good, and the errors are
low; We're off to a solid
start this year. Things are
going welL I'm happy with
where we are."
Liza Johnson started in
the circle for Graceville
:and had perhaps her best
outing of the season.


Pittman, Orshall help

Malone shut out

Ponce de Leon 2-0
BY DUSTIN KENT after the game. "Pittman
FLORIDAN SPORTS EDITOR threw the ball real well, and
we finally broke through in
Jeffrey Pittman and the sixth. That's what the
Derek Orshall combined to. middle of the order has to
shut out the Ponce de Leon do. We'll go as far as the
Pirates 2-0 Friday night in guys in the middle take us."
Ponce de Leon. Pittman. left the mound
Pittman started and with two outs in the fifth
picked up the win, going 4 inning and the' bases
2/3 innings and striking out loaded. Nick Breeden came
six, walking one, and sur- on in relief but threw a wild
rendering only one hit. pitch that gave the Pirates a
Orshall pitched the final chance to score.
two innings in relief, strik- However, Henson
ing out six of the seven bat- retrieved the ball from his
ters he faced to close the catcher position and fired
door on a PDL rally.. the ball to Breeden at home
The win was the first of plate to get the runner from
the season for the Tigers, -third. Pittman finished the
who were defeated 5-3 by game with two hits, as did
Graceville on Tuesday. Will Dunnaway, who was,
Malone got its only two 2-for-3 with a triple.
runs in the sixth inning "It was a good game,"
when Blake Henson dou- Harkrider said. "We didn't
bled and scored on another commit an -error, and we
double by Pittman. threw strikes, but we still
Orshall's RBI double left too many runners on. If
brought Pittman to the plate we're going to be success-
to give the Tigers all the run ful, it's going to be low-
support they would need. scoring games right now. I
"We got the monkey off hope the bats will pick up,
back, so to speak," Malone but we'll take them any
coach Max Harkrider said 'way we can get them."


She went all five innings
and allowed just three hits,
one walk, and struck out
five Vernon batters.
"She did real good,"
Graham said of his senior
pitcher. "She got them out
early, made them put the
ball in play, and got them
to hit into our defense,
which is playing solid."
Graceville next plays
host to Malone on Monday
at 4 p.m., and 6 p.m.
before finishing the week
with a. road game against
Sneads. on Friday, and a
home game Saturday
against Bozeman.


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Jackson County Floridan Sunday, February 21, 2010" 3B


Perfect
Continued From Page 1B


Jamal Miller.
"The guys are down about this, but with
nothing but freshmen, sophomores and
juniors, and only one senior, these guys
had a heck of a season," Register said.
"The guys played good all season. They
did everything I asked them to do. I could-
n't be more proud of them."
Register, who took the Graceville job
just before the school year, said not having
his players during the summer was diffi-
cult to overcome during the course of the
season.
He'll have .virtually the same team to
work with all summer this year. Register
said he and his players will be focused on


getting back to the postseason and doing
more damage next year.
"I told the kids after the game that I
hope it hurts. It needs to hurt," the coach
said of the loss. "I hope they looked at
Pensacola Christian celebrating on our
floor because that's what we want to be
doing next year.
"We've improved since last year. We
moved up a classification in an eight-team
district and won it. But I also don't want
our fans to think that winning district and
going one round in the playoffs is good
enough. It's not good enough for me, for
Graceville, or for the players. We're going
to improve on that next year."


ground ball allowed Kelly
to score the sixth Sneads
run. Childs and Edenfield
later scored on wild pitches
to make it 8-0. In the third
inning, Jonie Bonine came
up with a two-run triple
down the third base line to
score Tiffany Guerra and
Lora Howell, to make it 10-
0 Sneads.
Bonine later came home
to score on another wild
pitch.
The Lady Pirates' first
and only empty frame came


in the fourth, with Obert
retiring the side in order
with a pop out, a line out,
and a ground out.
Edenfield started in the
circle for Sneads and-
pitched two scoreless
innings for the victory.
Childs relieved her in the
third, issuing one walk and
no hits before giving way
to Rabon for the final two
innings.
Rabon was perhaps the
sharpest of the three, retir-
ing all six batters she faced,


and striking out three,
including the final two
Lady Hornet hitters to end
the game.
Cottondale lost again on
Saturday to Vernon 7-5, to
fall to 0-4 in district play.
The Lady Hornets will
be back in action on
Monday when they host
South Walton at 4 p.m. and
6 p.m.
Sneads also returns on
Monday to host
Blountstown at 4 p.m. and
6 p.m.


Ready
Continued From Page 1B
ball over that much with the
caliber of point guard they
have. You just have to make
sure you stay betweenthem
and the basket."
In some ways, the
Bulldogs will be looking at
a mirror image of them-
selves in terms of style of
play. "
The Raiders also try to
utilize their great quickness
with pressure defense and
an up-tempo game, just as,
the Bulldogs ,have used
their team speed to rattle
opponents all'year.
"They'll try to press you
in a lot of different places
and in different ways,"
Blanton said. "They're so
quick, and there's not a lot
of time to react once they
get you trapped.:
"They're definitely the
quickest team we've played
by all means. They're going
to like to play that way. We
just have to be better at it
than they are."
The Raiders also boast a
6-foot, 7-inch post player in
junior Christopher Bryant,
who is athletic enough to
play on the wing as well. ,
"He's legit," Blanton
said. "He plays with reck-
less abandon, has a good
mid-range game, and he
attacks the glass. He's the
best post player we've seen
all year long by far."
Blanton said his players
know what they're facing,
and they're ready to go.
"It's going to be a chal-
lenge, but we'll give it our
'best shot -and see how it
comes out in the end," the
coach said. "I hope that
there are a lot of Marianna
people there to support us.
We're going to need all the
help and support we can
get."


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had back-to-back singles,
with Bannerman drawing a
walk to load the bases, but a
strikeout and fly ball to cen-
terfield ended the inning
with no runs crossing the
plate.
The Braves could not
capitalize on two singles
and a walk in the top of the
fourth, as the Bulldog
defense stiffened to keep
them off the scoreboard.
With two outs in the top
of the fifth, Bigale worked
his way around an error and
a walk to induce a fly ball to
first and end the inning.with
no runs crossing the plate.
Marianna broke the 1-1
tie in the fifth inning when
Rooks -beat out an infield
fly and stole second.
He moved to third on a.'
passed ball and scored on a
deep fly ball to left field by
Branch.
Johnson drew a walk,
then stole second and third
before crossing the plate on
the errant throw to third.
Michael .Mader took the
mound in the top of the
sixth inning and took just
10 pitches to retire the side
with two strikeouts and a
groundout.
In the seventh, Mader
retired the first two batters
before giving up a single to
right field.
But a groundout to sec-
ond ended the inning and
the game.
In Thursday night's
matchup against Graceville,
Zack Smith got the win
with Tyler Crutchfield tak-
ing the loss for Graceville.
Smith allowed no runs on
three hits, one walk, and
one hit batter, while record-
ing five strikeouts in four
innings. Offensively, the
Bulldogs night was capped
off by a grand slam by
Colby Johnson.
Marianna will host
Seminole County on
Tuesday night with varsity
game time being moved to
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The Floridan's weekly fishing report for local lakes, rivers


LAKE SEMINOLE -
Bass fishing is good. Fish
are staging in deep water
near the shallow spawning
areas.
Crankbaits are producing
some nice catches. Fish
them on channel edges and
near stumps -,in grassy
areas. If the crankbait bite
slows, switch to a Texas-rig
worm in a dark color, pat-
tern.
Fish it with, a slow fall
next to stumps and similar



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cover. If clear water can be
located, some pretty good
largemouths may be taken
on jerkbaits.
As the weather warms,
look for the bass to move
onto sandbars and toward
the backs of shallow,
sloughs and backwater
areas in preparation for the
spawn.
, Crappies are reported as
excellent of late. Fish small
tube baits near grass or
stumps. Use a slow steady


retrieve for the best results.
Bream and hybrids
remain -slow. Catfish are
improving and should con-
tinue to do so as the weath-
er warms.
. LAKE EUFAULA -
Bass continue slow. There
is still a lot of run-off from
the tributary streams and
the lake remains high and
muddy at present. Around
docks and near woody
structure, fish small worms
and dark-colored jigs.


These baits are producing a Catfish are fair at times,
few fish right now. with bream and hybrids,-
Flipping jigs in wood .and slow.
grass near the backs of # L A. K E.
creeks is a good method to ANDREWS/CHATTA-
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slowly and make casts as West-bank access near the
accurate as possible. Fish -'dam is limited due to facil-
are holding lightly io all" ity maintenance and repair.
types of cover. ..., The river continues to be
Crappies- are improving stained-to-muddy, but the
and becoming more active. level is dropping and con-
Howvever. the high. stained* editions are steadily improv-
% after continues to make ing for.now.
them slow overall. A,,. few .white bass,


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Sheltie puppies, Born PRIME RECREATIONAL 2ndShift-7p-5:30a M-TH 32 cal. revolver, H&R Contemporary table ged&readytogo. tal bed $250 850-272- (over 800 hrsleft)
Dec. 28th, 2009. $350. Pay rates vary from $9.00-$11.75 per hr. model 632, Fits in w/drawers $25 850- 850-592-9227 or 557- 8967 $8/ea or $250 for all
Sable/White. 1-M& LAND IN AL & FL -pocket 200 850- 557-0778 2394 L'34 850-209-5294
1-F. 334-677-0055 L ,iM I' 1 t1 L Heavy lifting required 569-2194 LITTLE BLACK -- 59
I. -- I 0 Must be able to pass drug screen and Corner cabinet w/3 Fridge $125, white, SAMBO- 1st Edition XBOX 360 w/3 games
AKC Weimariner, just Background check 32" color tv $100 shelves, glass doors good cond. 850-482- 1939 Whitman Pub. & wireless remote
one female left, 13 For more information call: (888)946-9675 850-569-2880 $35 850-482-5215 5874 $35 (850)592-2507 $150 850-209-6723
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Beautiful longblack
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Boston Terrier pups,
CKC, UTD on shots. Crenshaw County, AL- 553
Ready 2/14/10. $350
334-693-9195 acres in 0I tracts with 2.25 mile
CKC Mini Dachshund frontage on the Conecuh River.
upies, male, 10 Abundant wildlife population
shots, health cert. for hunting.
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an immediate slide-outs, 15K mi. 1 .' ,919 West Main St. top Needs wqrk. Commuter car. Harley Davidi .:r, 05'
.350 CAT diesel, NISSAN u07 Tan 334-699-5880 Great proj car $3,200 2L (iuimiles. Still un- FLHTCi Electrag qlide
Allison 6sp. 7.5 diesel OFF ROAD PACKAGE, der warranty $16,900. classic 9,00.i mi.
gen. 4 dr. frig w/ NEW TIRES,NEVER BMW '95 5301, fully 334-774-2825. Mazda 5, 07' Grand 334-726-2972 black, loaded,
icemaker, W/D in BEEN OFF ROAD OR loaded, 96K miles, Honda '03 Accord EX, touring, exc cond re $13,800. 334-714-9377
AL CARE motion satellite dish, SEEN MUD. SUPER white, excellent con- black, leather, sun- mainlngwarr. 48K Volkswagen '06 Bee- Da-- 9n77
rear & side cameras, CLEAN TRUCK. edition $6,000 OBO roof, very nice. mi. black $11,500 tie, auto, diesel, 42K Harley Davidson 07'
Home theater sys. ROCKFORD FOSGATE 334-703-3784 $9,500. 334-726-1215 334-445-3652 or 256- miles, 40MPG, load- Ultra Classic 12,000
Leather euro recliner, STEREOREAR LOCK- -dill 7 stretch 452-8026 ed. $16,000. 334-897- mi. Pearl white, load-
direting and esk, King bed, Iow G DIFF.TOWI lim, fixed or parts Honda '06 Civic, Gray 2497 or 334-672-1655 ed, great price
Brake-Buddy for tow PACKAGE. ALSO ON 4dr, a/c, 5sp, power. Mercedes '04 Benz 612-396-
that include car. Garage stored. AUTOTRADER.COM $450 334-671-8655 69,500 mi., Good gas E320, sports ack- VW'07 Rabbit, 9898 or 334-673-3837
rse Manager Many other options. FOR MORE PICTURES Cadillac'94 mileage & condition, age, charcoal/black 'm a.nua,34Kalloy
$160,000. AND INFO. 22500 Fleetwood Broug- $11,500. 334-243-4166 interior. 59K miles. wer,'el.. ke-
over staff, 334-797-3617. miles, WHITE exteri-" ham. Top cond., fully $17,000.334-806-7190 new.i.8
or, GREY interior, restored $5,200. OBO Mercedes06R-350 34-98399
valuating work ioga Arrow 27ft 4WD, $22,985 334-b693-3980 Mercedes ,06 R-350
seltha Motorhome w 86, (334)268-39009 8 white w/tan leather, lCls Ar,^ S t-queJ -'
rse with a white,Auto.8 cyl. CHEVROLET '08 sunroof, 3rd row
care setting Pow.brakes,& steer- Aviation aCorvette convertible, seat, 99,300 mi. 19, C......
ical care setting ow ak &eer Black, loaded, exc. Honda 09 Fit (sport) $17,900 334-685-6233 1974 Cherolet HARLE DAVIDSON
ididates must runs well, low miles, 1946 Sport Pilot $,00 34-6925624 l ack ao 0 'e- Custom, 108 miles,
Fair cond. Has leak 1946 Sport Pilot2silverw/gray&wblack Mercedes.98toSLK230, C 4on actor yatn 're-
and previous damage.$5000. Ercoupe. Surf:,iter., runs like new. leather, Hd.ptop,eCon-:tor c, Custom, 108 miles,
and previous damage.$5000. http://www.dfn.com Chevrolet '93 Cap- $15,900:334-687-3171 vert. Supercharged, 4 80% complete. NADA warranty, Like new.
n5 5ri/ 850h526p2840. /e p 9E rice, white, 70K lnr cyt. Cd, 89K mi. $12,000., needs home $8,700, 334-702-4778.
ad a D ae reshmoremi mile, extraean, 7yunda '96 Elantra $9,500.334-898-1201 asking $9,500.334- Harley Davidson 08
nce and a BSN are RVs/Campers pwood2128hyahoo. 334-792-8 300 Trans. work with Nissan '05 Altima, 2.5 693-5454 Electra Glide Classic,
Wanted com for more DVD Ster. syst. $850 S 5 speed, 32k mi. '69 Chevelle Malibu 4000 miles, 1 year
information. Chevy '04 Cavalier OBO 334-475-6267 or like new,REDUCED Convertible SBC, au- warrenty left..
S har 4DR, AC, Low miles, 334-475-0084 $11,900 850-482-2994 to, PB, PS, Red/Black $17,000. 334-618-4430
1990 Fleetwood Jam- Flight Club Share83 GREAT GAS MILEAGE. i-S 07 acim, Runs & Drives Great ridswon 96
boree MotorHome; Cessna 172 & 182 NICE CAR. LOW -' Nissan'07 Altima 49obo Harley Davidson '96
27 ft; Class C; Exc. han ard$inMar.exc. PAYMENTS! $300 2.5SL, Black, 34,200 "3)108Fatboy, red & white,
needed to work Gas M. & Tires Re con .$2000 850-569- own 199 per mo. mi., bose stereo, 13K miles, great
llobligations built Trans.; $8,00; 2969C iCall 334-791-8243 Ask moon roof, spoiler, shape, $8,500.
ill obligations. 229-309-1242/ 1 r Steve Hatcher leather int. vy 334-899-1212 -
Auto Engines/ clean, Likernew..
hin 20 minutes of ,c Chevy '05 Monte Car- Infiniti '01 130120K $15,000. obo, ** .
rred. as/Mis Cust paint Char. Silver Loaded $5,395 334-372-0702 or
SGray Many Cust. opt. West Main Car Sales 334-432-0302.
Original 1965 Mus-. Fr End Damage $4800 LLC 1919 West Main Beautiful project or k
tang car parts for 8OO 334-475-6267 St. 334-699-5880n
sale. 334-393-9669 or 4750084 UNDER WARRANTY, parts car 1958 Mer
:o work day shift ilesMisc hevy 1969 Camaro LIKE NEWI $200 down cury Turnpike Cruis- .
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nutestras, 11Kthe mi.take 199 BuickLasabre 4-speed $9000.. B Y M 430cid engine. Push braided lines, 8,900
anutes of the over payments 334- 23,560o miles 52ed ct r i7 9
ide RN license 798- 4462Warranty Custom V. low ml 256-278-4276 button trans. Will mi $7,995.794-8037
rida RN license. 798-4462 arr age, 23,560 miles, dyx3@aol.com isan 08 Altima $2000 eash or d a HD '97, Fatboy, Pew-
id$7000 OBO CHRYER '08 300 JAGUAR '95 XS white/gray interior, pickup so willtrade ter & Black, lowered,
transportation 334-347-0619 Signature Series. va-. 110K$12,495 GREAT sunroof alloy whls; or a good work garage kept.12k mi,
S -ni a, navigatir,. like CLASSIS. WEST MAIN 33K miles. $16,000. truck.Call/text 796 Mustsee.$11kOBO 0
a asking pay-off CAR SALES 334-693-0830 0755- Nights and C'dale 850-352-4342
$16.700. 334-470-8454 334-699-5880. Pont4ac'0806 g and
ended to work JEEP _'6 Wrangler, T L'G6GOT Hweeends only plE199i
ll obligations. o to 49K miles down $249er monthImnal Ask ng 2.000
i in. 4 drive. $13,500. 33 Call Ron Ellis 334 34 6110
hin 20 minutes CarSeeker FORD '05 500 SLE, drive 685-0846 334-714-0028
ent Florida RN Red, great cond. 47K Saturn '03 Ion, new M rcycl
retFo aRNmiles, 6-CD sound motor 16K. 4dr. siler Honda I'Refli,
is preferred. 4-Wheel rive system $10,500 080 Corvette '81 4,500. 334-677-081 Scoter maroon.
334-695-3550 Automatic 350 -' ; 4500. 334-677-0- trk. j ter mr24cor.70
AL CARE RNs Infinity 97(Silver) sell as is Toyota '05 Matrix mpg'mpnh$2100.
ALCARERNs l $6000 0OBO GREAT GAS MILEAGE. 20 '310 5662
142,000 miles.FULLY LOADED, LOW
hour shifts from $3,500., 334-687-7956 334-774-1915 Kia4 Op ma LX PAYMENT! $ 500
*'andidates must KIA '03 RIO, Blue, 57K Datsun '78 280Z 2+2, 4 door. 4 cylinder i 34 9 24pm t .06 HD Dyna Wide
andiates must :Miles, w/warranty, original owner, 5 44.000 mies. fCr Steve Hatchersk HD Dyna W Ce
sense and BCLS new tires, LOADED! speed, fuel injected, excellent. $5995. or Steve Haicher GlideFXDWG. Black. --
$4,800 OBO 229-334- 180k miles, some 33l4-790-7959 Like new. rcu,:4 44
CLS are preferred. 8520, 334-355-1202 rust, runs but needs 6600 me. n 14.750.404 .
MERCEDES '97 E320, work.$2500080850- 578-1482 je f-i
117K actual miles, 579-2136vmstruthnog.crim
Silver/Beige" excel- Fisher '07 1710 60 hp 2003 YZ125, bought Honda- 05
an experienced 2006 Bad Boy Buggy, n $7,000 Mercury 4 strnew in 2005,200;Beauti-
all electric, in Great 334-687-3189 loaded, garage kept. 2007 YZF250. great VTX1300R/S Beauti-
e, anage, and Condition. Finished in Mitsubishi'06 Raid Less than rs. Warr. Toyota 07' Camry shape and well man- ful Cand 20ack Cher-
/ise, manage, and Condition. Finished in Mitsubishi '06 Raider until 2013. $9,875 CE 4cyl auto. p. ae. $4000. Bu y, over 2000 in ac-
r busy practice. Realtree Hardwoods. Duro Cross, Crew32K OBO.334-714-1543 Lexus 00 E ex. 0 cessories. 8k miles,
Full windshield, 2 gun Cab, V8, Loaded, 32K dLmum El K tilt, cruise. exc. both for $5000. asking $5700
ious experience rackstwinch, front $14,500. 334-791-0646 Ford '04 Crown Victo- Loaded $7200West cond.Ne trees & 334-726-3842Hond Rebel Solid
vious experience basket, roof basket, a LX, loaded, 55K Main Car SalestLLC just serviced, 96Honda 06'Rebel Solid
dbattetrobareriales200 miles. Can '92 oldwing, 60k Hondaa06'3R
management/ and battery charger. Automobiles miles, drives like a 1919 WestMain St. be een Le- miles, red exc paint white windshield &
(334)585-9488 forSale dream. $8700 321- 334-699-5880 onttha & running cn. sadie bags 2600 mi.
L2$13,900. OBO $7000 850-445-2915 3326 334-714-1110
Want to 2003 Toyota Camry Ford 05' Mustang V-6 334-355-2400 leave message HONDA '06 Shadow,
d contat LE V-6, 75Kmles. All auto, 59K m. $9,900. 334-796-8216 FZ Suzuki 50 79' col- CandApple Red, 2.8
: Sell your power, sunroof,. 334-798-2747 ecto temIcy,2 es, LIKENEW,
Disc Changer, Red. ange, exc cone, $5,300 229-334-8520,
automobile? Asking $10,000. Call street legal. $1295. 334-355-1202
334-796-1513 or 334- LEXUS '02 RX 300 92K 334-774-2521334-774- Honda '07 Shadow
693-2099 ask for .$12,900 LIKE NEW. 2773 after 5 P.M. red/blk flames $4000.
ve Chase. WEST MAIN CAR HARLEY Davidson '01 726-1434/677-5489
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2446 Place a ""-." Ford 65 T-Br. aut 1919 WEST MAIN ST TOYOTA '08 Yaris 3D Road Kin Police, HONDA '98 Valkyrie
one 390 4bbl. simde steer. 334-699-5880 10K MI. under war- 16,500 m es. White, Tourer all original,
oneg. 6"im mie. 8.9 5 Lus' ranty, greatasImlle- clean & shop kept. low miles, runs great
3x Classified Ad L 0 I.5 6age loaded $12,500 $11,000. 334-774-3663 asking $6,500 OBO
oda! sunroof, dual power '02 Fatboy with lots Kawasaki '08 Vulcan
Today! Ford '93 Taurus, runs seats 45.600 mi. of Chrome. Black, 900 custom, 2400
Acura '05 TSX 96K good, needs AC, 526.900 334-685-6233 S 510,250 352-303-2713 miles, windshield,
Black 5 SPD Loaded 92200. 1-334-475-1723 saddlebags, red. Re-
$11,200 West Main Lincoln 01' Excutive Harley Davidson '02 duced to $5500. 334-
Car Sales LLC Series 103K mi. Heritage Class,: lots 692-3337 or,796-5421
1919 West Main St. wreg. serve power of chrome. 16K miles,
334-699-5880 FOR- Brand New windows seats W 6 Beetle 2nd $13.000.OBO. 334- Kawasaki '97 Elimi-
BMW'04 3301, black 2010 Mustang GT 2 w. lumbar leather owner runs & drives 588-2409/798-9478 nator 60034K Miles
w/tan leather, auto- dr,5-spd trans,blk int.new tires adult well for a 45 yr. old Honda'06 CTX 1300 $2000 OBO 726-0963
matic, sunroof, good ext,blk int,2WD,850 driven exc. conrm car, needs paint Cruiser Like New Mojo Motor Scooter
gas mileage. 80k mi. miles $28,500 $6,900. cas firm $2850. firm 4200 Mi. $6600 OBO '05, 200mi, Blue,
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Motorcycles portuity Vehicles Wanted:ks-Heavy Duty
Automobiles
Red Kawasaki 09' Nissan 04' Murano FORD '07 F250 Super I
Ninja Like New 250R loaded, new tires, Corvair for parts Duty V-8 Crew Cab
w/ jacket 3,500. mi. color pewter leather 1965-69 will haul off. XLT, 2WD, 18K miles.
$3,995. 334-692-3211 int. 72,55K ml. 334-678-6990 Tan, $32,000 334-688-
Leave Mess $13,900. OBO 334- 8506. 334-695 0688
-6,3o8Trucks-Heavy Duty FORD '77. F100.350. REA E TAT
NISSAN '06 Pathfind- DvS. long wheel base. R A L ESTA TE
S er LE. 270hp, bose auto. pspb. runs &
audio w/6 disc CD looks good S2.500. 5035 Hwy 90
remote keyless entry 334-735-5404
34.263miles.$19.000. FORD'77F100 Marianna, FL 32446
H PH~ 334 793 1544 F6Icy.. short wheel
SUZUKI'05 C50. sad Nissan '09 Rogue. 20k base. runs & looks (850) 526-2478 SUNNY SOUTH PROPERTIES
die bags, windshield. miles. loaded, white. good. $2,500.00.
tall sissy bar very $17.000 334-790-6700 334-735-5404
clean. 20K miles.
$3600 334-618-5966 Range '99 Rover HSE Dod Ram ^ FaX (850) 482-3121
S 4.6. fully loaded, ll5K DdgeRa 500 ED

Auto, Only 8xxx Miles ww.IndianSpringsRealEsae.ne Realtor
TOYOTA "06 Four $23,500.00 Re |10r
Runner SRS. 2wd. (334) 379-8733 Realtr
59.700 miles. white, Ford 83 F 100, NEW
Excellent cond. 2008 F-250 Ford AC, P.S., paint, (ell: 573-6198
Tnumph (Da ona asking $19,500. 334- Lariat Exc. Cond. bedliner & carb. 94
Type) 955 F ST Sport 796-3130Truck 13,176 Mi. $36,000s fulloaded Eng. 6cyl. exc. cond
tire, carbon exh., nw 80i569g28add 4d$o0r, 983- 6 4630 Hwy. 90, Marianna, FL 32446
693-9390 or 701-5588 CheFvrolet 06 1500 (850) 526-2891 (office)
United Motor Scooter Silverado WT, ex- Navistr '98 Eagle, .Each Office Is Independently Owned and Operated

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1 oE do300 T e s t 3 N H OE 2 -'08 n oe t F't dd 1 1 E ''ailAddress:
cover ,300.0+ miles. S 2500 Duramax LTZ condition. $10,5..0 l
Black 5900.00, OBO s'96 Ciera SL, Loaded Z71 36K 334-803-5072 or 334 .. ... .mccoahoocom
(334)655-9111 wagon, V-6, loaded, miles, 4 door, 899-6594 ,:J,, ,, I e,.- i .,:3. b ,,3. ) f
ed 530,000 mi les, li ke new automanual trans- aSon om nra '03 GMC I H H ^ HIG
$3225. 334-790-7959 mission, Likle NeW Extended Cpb 4.3V6
$3225 334condition, black exte- Engine Automatic
Trailers-Tractors rior, black interior, Power brakes & -
4WD, $37,000 windows. Clean
42 HP Case - (334)726-1209 $7,800. Call 792-C0603.

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flame red, excel. $8,500. 850-263-7406 6 gGREla tk I M 11. .ti1, N. . ...... ..... r..
cond., 6K mi., 1198 cc Bushhog 9044, field LegaINotices SHORT SALE OPPORTUNITY .... i ... ..
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BUlY M E! cide applicator TowPkg/power Storage Act, Florida c A, IN. c D '3 1,9-?.]0,
w/ouble boxes, for trailing mirrors, crew Statutes Chapter M
YAMAHA'06 mounted on tool bar. Exl.; gas mileage, Self Storage will sell
Roadstar 1700cc, Good condition. $400. Super Cond., by auction to the
Black, Motorcycle. 229-758-3146 or 229- $23,000. highest bidder the 41ATLR8 In%% IIUNIF[1411 ..
5000 miles. Vance 400-5184 contents of spaces p-l l 1 h. I. '". .." "' "
2700 miles, Van noted to the fclow- .
Hines Exhaust Sys r ing leases:
tem. 4 helmets and1 INCOME I Unit 027 Personal ..%
gel cushion. One OPPORUNITY t 02 w .Personal in MAAn
owner, garage kept STAINLESS ProUnitperty079 -A il I IIPersonal I
Like new. $8000. STEAL, DINER U 079.. Peoaly- ..P -
334- 618-5833 STYLE 2007 Copper Cannon Prperty r .A.n L,-
CONCESSION Keystone 5th wheel Unit 104 Personal '.
TRAILER w/2 slides, sharp. Property . .,. ?t ,.
INCLUDES Call for details. Unit 125 Personal "-'i *. r D j : ,
GRIDDLE, HOT& $29,500. Offers!, Propelrty0 Peon i:10s 0 i l .1
CO LD TRAYS, Property BR K H E . .. ,r I
B O IL IN G T R A Y S C H E V Y '6 6 c u sto m P r p e t r ,, ,I, t ,.ri r r .. I1i ,, ,,,, r. .
TRIPLE SINK V8, ps/pb, swb; auto,I The same will be held d, ... .r -,,,.. ,,irrr ,,ii I, ,A
Yamaha'07 VStar $9,000. OBO runs & looks good. at Marianna Self i a ,...i ..i...iu... ,
1300 Tour, fuelInject- 334-389-2816 Needs some work. Storage Facility to- L I $ ",''
ed, cover & helmet, $2,500.334-735-5404 cated at 4610 Hwy
cruise control, load- Lilliston 6000, field CHEVY '87 delux 10 90, Marianna FL.
ed, 5K0 Like new! ready, shelter kept Red w/bik stripes. Jackson County, at
$6,990. 334-714-401 si$1000:334-347-4283 $2000.334-714-9558 11:00 a.m. on March
or 334-447-2572 5,2010. GRAND RIDGE CITY UMITSI
I, Ira l i,.I ,:'
Scooters/Mopeds Massee 240 Ferguson M eUS ...,
97'400 hrs. likenew -'eats I lr, r -L' li 1- r ., 1:j.
$9,800. OBO 334-794- ,-., .,,i.;
'05 Scooter, 90mpg, 3226 LF14862- .
49cc Heavy Duty,. Mi3 .41762. s,4900
Like new, low mies, .Notice of MeetingALL.6iWGCfi
Must see, $1200 000
850-482-7739 a360Ma The Jackson Country
8504827739 Ext-cab 3601Va Parks and Recreation
Sport Utility Vehicles num rre hy Department will hold
hunter green, a Public Workshop
Chevy '04 Tahoe, New '09 16ft Trailer, hood, 22" hood 25, 2010 at 7:00 pm.
LS Beige 83000 used once, 7000 scoop, stainless at Citizens' Lodge.
miles,PW, PL, GVWR, 2 axels, pd grill& bumpers 4577 Lodge Drjve.
Radio/CD, tinted $1935 asking $1600 Snap on tread Marianna, Florida. MOVE RIGHT IN
wdws, running bds, 850-569-2262 Alum. tool box. 6 The purpose of thisd .MOERG
$14,000.850-718- lift kit, 6" glass meet ng i s, for input .... .... .....
7040, 569-5774. Vans packs, alum. racing ihpeixaiighto cdevel-., ...
GREAT CONDITION rim so ers opment of the Green-........... '
1978 Chevy Step Van, Needs some work ways and Trailsto'. .
does not run, $500. coated off Old U.S. ,. .', ., .r..,.. -
NEG.r334-347-0619 R* Road next to the ;Iivj siow4ti ,slh2, i ,
Chipola River. In ad-
Chevy 03' Astro van Edition, there will be
mi. rearair, very nice 334-657-0755 Recreational Trails CUSTOM HOME d i hd pleneva of pnlaicy lu i
Chevy Tahoe, cond.$7,800.0BO Program (RTP) grant us..n Shadeddn'a Jd ohl,
49,100 mi, leather, 347-5560 after 6pm DODGE RAM '04. 1500 for proposed im- t.edrc.om hi, ve i hib nri e Lii[ng room. dining
5.7 Hemi. silver.2wd. provements to the torn ,ub French daotr ledig Io dei. and ins
new tires, ower, Chrysler '95 Voyager, 76K mi.. many extras park. Comments are ab l the Le Ocr d miler bed
very nice.18,995 V6, auto, seats, 20"chr.wh., $13K encouraged. Anyone roorm nvith bha) aind.:., .laage cld i, h. Ih ilh
white 850-579-4694 power, am/fmN cass. obo., 334-435-6320 desiring informationNUdn bnd bleinn Nicdchedou
ChevyTrailblazer08' newtiresNOW ma contact the NEW CONSTRUCTION vdcn iota ,ndd,:,lletin. k Nicigo lcdheddoa.
black, LS 31K mi. A/C $1975OB 080 850-592- Parks and Recycling t '.-pai. .: "-a - ble iat arage and under ground Luteiir C.,il
&RearairExc.Cond. 2832 Department during &;. :.. .. (. 8 r ,.u* pr e hor
$15,000.334-791-9115 Dodge '97 Grand Car- business hours of .,. .- + ,:-.e ,. MLS 238135 $169,000.
avann6cylinder. A/C 8:00 4:00 pm Mon- I.,r,-..i -,,- ., ri
Ford '06 Expedition crisepr windows day through Friday at 3 52::io ,, ri W i ,
Black 36K Rear Air clean.2,000 334 648- (850)718-0437.
er$22K Neg. Like 5817 Ford '01 Ranger Edge LF14859
New 334-718-0087 Ford '84 Econoline 76,000 meles. 4 cyl.
Van Good cond 5 speed. new t;res NOTICE OF
GMC'JIMMY00 J1immy3345791%9099 Excellent $5895. PUBLICHEARING
great cond., $4200 $1400. 334-790-7959
OB o 850-526-2491 Ford'O2F15OXLT. The Housing Authori- \ERV ICE CI 16GE .- .. ..
ask for Tom red, 4WD. Triton ty of the City of Ma .., ... .. .. .. .. ,.,I
Hummer '06 H3. 41k V8/5.4L eng. 104.168 rianna. Florida. will .t
miles, moon roof. mi., Super Crew Cab. hold a Public Hearing, I Lb
leather seats, satilite . good tires, tool box, to receive comments SHORT SALE IN INDIAN SPRINGS
radio, blue exterior. 1L3,500. 334-894-1212 concerning the Annu- : rY r '. - I "r
$22,495 OBO.7989695 Ford 95 Windstar i3344942823 ng E.endts for the '. .,.., :: .
Jee '04 Wrangler, Van selling for parts FORD '02 F-250. Quad Housing Authority. i ,- -,,:. v,, i 'o,.
trail rated, lessthan oniy $500.334-691- cab, Lariat, leather The Meeting will be s,5so3i ..r ., -i 5lS. 6SiA569C0.o
27K miles, hard& 2987 334-701-5516 seats, power.? 3 held in the Confer- 6 CU ,O ,as. ,,",i' ui.r.rr
softtops, AM/FM CD, Diesil. new tires. ence Room at Harri-
AC,tilt, and cruise. Honda Odyssey '05 128K. $13.800 son Park. 2912 AlIert LAND FOR SALE
334-693-9009 EXL 87k mi. Silver 334-899-0099 Street. Marianna. FL'N1 H,[Ai'
Owner, non-smoker Ford 03' V-8 at 12.00 Noon on Fri- I ol Acres in Green-c'od kor
pw slide doors, Supercrew 30.200 mi. day. March 26. 2010. $5.25000 a....... ....
moon roof. rear A/C like new, Must See! 70 oCi Acres in maor.anna for i .... ,,-
2nd row capt. chairs 116.000 334494 0460 Place your I.200t i h hh l
Good cond. $13,000 or 334-393-6479C$Io,.200
334-393-8824 a"11r Seueral Lois to chloo:e from .r, Green
Jeep 04 Wrangler x ;' i edo, Sbdon n rnn
4.0L cyl 55spd 4WD Lft, stIori.ng ai $27 500
Khaki dcir. Soft-Tp AC CALL CRESH HARRISON
am Ifm/cd/mp3. alloy 18501 421700
whis, Mopar bmpr & PLYMOUTH '96 Grand P O 8501 4821700
grill gro. Exc. Cond. Voyager, 4 new tires, Ford '06 F350.Diesel. .
1 ownr 3 rd car. towing package, new 4WD. clean. 50k mt, .
LOW MILES 37,300 power steering gooseneck hitch, V1l1' RI NII ,.., ni... .i ..... i .
334-803-6882 low mileage, $3,250 Ford'07 FIS) XLT and grow,........., i i i .
JEEP 1987 Wrangler 080 334-687-9845 or suercrew. 4X4 5.4L,.....i..q.
4x4, ac, ps, ac, at. 334-355-1118 flesh fuel. dark blue your ,. ..... If,".,, MI __________-. ____.
newengine/trans/ NendaNewHolme? w/bed cover. 144K
tires, hard top. 792- m.i pwr, CC. $14.500 business!! 'Y S
8015/792-8827. $650o. th.UII-==n===dd 334-7146999 SUNYSOT


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( Motorcycles sportUtilityVehicles Wante | Trucks-HeavyDuty

Red Kawasaki 09' Nissan 04' Murano FORD '07 F250 Super I
Ninja Like New 250R loaded, new tires, Corvair for parts Duty V-8 Crew Cab
w/jacket 3,500. mi. color pewter, leather 1965-69 will haul off. XLT, 2WD, 18K miles,
Leave Mess $13,900. OBO 334- 8606, 334-695-0688 S
.. 673-0823 ,Trucks-HeavyDuty. FORD'77. F100.350. REAL ESTATE
S.NISSAN '06 Pathfind- V8. long wheel base. EAL TE
er LE. 270hp. bose auto, o,'po runs &
audio w/6 disc CD ( looks good. $2.500. 5035 Hwy 90
remote keyless entry [O 334-735-5404
34.263miles. 519.000. FORD '77F100 Marianna, FL 32446
334D-793-I544 9 6cy. short wheel Marianna, 32446
SUZUKI'05 CO5, sad Nsan '09 Rogue, 20k base.runs& looks (850) 526-2478
die bags, windshield, miles. loaded white. good. $2.500.00.
tall sissy bar very 517,000 334-790-6700 334-735-5404
clean. 20K miles.
$3600 334-618-5966 Range '99 Rover HSE Fax (850) 482-312
4.6, fully loaded. 115K 08 Dodge RamlO ..
mi., $5500. Call(334) igHk,2Wo Hemi to isit us on the HI'eb at
Auto, Only 8 Miles wwwndanSpingsRealEstae.ne
TOYOTA '06 Four s23,500.00 ww.'lndlanSpringsRealostale.nel
Runner SR5, 2wd, (334) 379-8733
S59.700 miles white. ,3 7-7 Ford 83'F100. NEW
excellent cona. 2008 F .250 Ford AC P.S., paint.
um (Da ytona asking $19,500. 334- Lar76 Mi. Cond000 bedliner & carb. 94
TyKp e 95SF SToi-t 796-3130 13,176 Mi.$36,000 i & 9
Bipe) cro eh nw Truck is fully loaded Eng. 6cyl exc condo
Bike,3ca-rbon exh., n Swti 850-569-2840 $4,000. OBO 983 494
693-9390 or 701-5588 olet '06 1500
United Motor Scooter Silverado WT, ex- Navistar '98 Eagle
'08. 80mpg, 1000 mi.'s4tended cab. Good with 525E Cummings
$3000. mfw 445302 cond, $9,500. BO engine new tires ai CUTE HOME IN SNEADS
Yamaha-Ol RoadStar 334-798-3352 equipment Included. '- -.- ,,.-,<.,,,. :,Md,..-. ..
Midnight Ed 1600, CHEVROLET '08 excellent running 'h,:. .,o
cover,3000+ miles. HEV2500 DuramaxLTZ condition. $10.500. ,..:,. . : .'
Black 5900.00, BO '96 Clera SL, Loaded Z71 36K 334-803-5072 or 334- .2, : : ., i.
(334)655-9111 wagon, V-6, loaded, miles, 4 door, 899-6594 .- .:: ..1; ,w o L, % 17 soo
30,000 miles% like new -automanual trans- Sonoma '03 GMC C-- -.-'-C-- N -ijs,1l6',(--i48' --71
$3225. 334-790-7959 mission, Lile New Extended Cab 4.3V6 .
______ condition, black exte- Engine Automatic
Trailers-Tractors rior, black interior, Power brakes & :-8 kJ- '.-', -"-
4WD, $37,000 windows. Clean -
^ 42 HP Case (334)726-1209 $7,800. Call 792-0603. .
Yamaha '05 Vmax /International Trac- ,
anniv edition in tor w/8 implements
flame red, excel. $8,500.850-263-7406 ..
cond., 6K mi., 1198cc Bushhog 9044, field 4 Legal Notices SHORT SALE OPPORTUNITY
& incl. siss bar, ready, shelter kept .' .:l-' :
guard. cover &trickle $10,500 OBO. 334-- L48
chger, $6,200. 334- 347-4283 or 334-447- Chevy '04 Silverado -.
rjkess@com ail 2572 3500, 1 Ton, Sharpe, Notice is given pur- "'' a" "' : "I I, ."."I '-:
kss c at nm 2Gandy 4 row insecti- Duramax, 6.6L, Dually suant to the Self .. 2.-. ,S ti1i s9
BUY WM El cide applicator Tow Pkg/power Storage Act, Florida CALiSTLCY;T C.- ,iR'. IA1sO 51ii5 a
w/double boxes, for trailing mirrors, crew Statutes Chapter --- r
two chemicals cab, ext. bed. loaded, 83.806 that Marianna
YAMAHA '06 mounted on tool bar. Exi.; gas mileage, Self Storage will sell
Roadster 1700cc, Good condition. $400. SuperCond., by auction to the
Black, Motorcycle. 229-758-3146 or 229- $23,000. highest bidder the
5000miles. Vance 400-5184 contents of spaces
5000mIles. Vance noted to the follow-
Hines Exhaust Sys- || | R _- ing leases:


tem. 4 helmets andi
gel cushion. One
owner, garage kept.
Like new. $8000.
334- 618-5833.





Yamaha'07 VStar
1300 Tour, fuel Inject-
ed, cover & helmet,
cruise control, load-
ed, 5K., Like new!
$6,990.334-714-4001l

| Scooters/Mopeds

'05 Scooter, 90mpg,


INCOME i -
OPPORTUNITY
STAINLESS
STEAL, DINER
STYLE 2007 Copper Cannon
CONCESSION Keystone 5th wheel
TRAILER w/ 2 slides, sharp.
INCLUDES Call for details.
GRIDDLE, HOT& $29,500. Offers!,
COLD TRAYS, 334-805-4906.
BOIUNG TRAYS, CHEVY '66, custom
TRIPLE SINK V8, ps/pb, swb, auto,
$9,000. OBO runs & looks good.
334-389-2816 Needs some work.
$2,500.334-735-5404
lliston 6000, field CHEVY '87 delux 10
ready, shelter kept. Red w/blk stripes.
$oo: 334-3474283 $2000.334-714-9558
Massee 240 Ferguson
97' 400 hrs. like.new
$9,800. OBO 334-794-
3226


49cc Heavy uuey,
Like new, low miles,
Must see, $1200 OBO
850-482-7739

SportUtilityVehicles

Chevy '04 Tahoe, New '09 16ft Trailer,
miles,PW, PL, GVWR, 2 axels, pd
Radio/CD, tinted $1935 asking $1600
wdws, running bds, 850-569-2262
$14,000.850-718-
7040,569-5774. .Vans
GREAT CONDITION
1978 Chevy Step Van,
does not run, $500.
NEG. 334-347-0619
Chevy 03' Astro van


INeeds some ork.

REDUCE $5500


f ilLt pacK. 61K actual -
Imi. rear air, very nice 334-657-0755i
Chevy '05 Tahoe, cond. $7,800. 0BO
49100 mi leather 347-5560 after 6pm DODGE RAM '04.1500
mil ,5.7 HemI, sllver.2wd.
new tires, power, Chrysler '95 Voyager, 76K mi., many extras
very nice. $18,995 V6, auto, seats 8, 20"chr.wh., SI3K
White 850-579-4694 power, am/fm cass. obo., 334-435-6320
Chevy Trailblazer 08' new tires, NOW
black, LS 31K mi. A/C $1975 OBO 850-592-
& Rear air Exc. Cond. 2832
$15,000.334-791-9115 Dodge '97 Grand Car-
Ford '06 Expedition avan 6 cylinder. A/C,
Blark 36K Rear Air cruise. pwr windows
3rd Row Seat Leath- clean. $2,000 334-648- .
er $22K Neg. Like 5817 Ford '01 Ranger Edge
New 334-718-0087 Ford '84 Econoline 76.000 miles. 4 cyl.
Van Good cond speed, new tires
GMC '00 Jimmy, VanGod7cnd Excellent $5895.
great cond., $4200 $1400.334-791-9099 334- 790-795.
OBO 850-526-2491 Ford *3 F7 5 0 LT,9
ask for Tom UFord'02 F150 XLT,
red. 4WD. Triton
Hummer '06 H3,41k V8/5 4L eng. 104.168
miles, moon roof, mi., Super Crew Cab,
leather seats, satilite .- .m good tires, tool box,
radio, blue exterior. $13,500. 334-894-1212
$22,495 OBO.798-9695 rd 95' Windstar or 334-494-2823
Jeep '04 Wrangler, Van selling for parts FORD '02 F-250. quad
trail rated, less than only $500.334-691- cab. Lariat. leather
27K miles, hard & 2987 334-701-5516 seats, power. 7.3
soft tops, AM/FM CD, Diesil. new tires.
AC, tilt, and cruise. Honda Odyssey '05 128K. $13.800
334-693-9009 EXL 87k mi. Silver 334-899-0099
w/gray leather int.
I owner, non-smoker Ford 03'"V-B
pwr slide doors. Supercrew 30,200 mi.
moon roof, rear AC like new. Must See!
S 2nd row capt. chars $6.000 334 494-0460
Good cond. I13.000 or 334-393-6479
f334-393-8824 r' iI


Jeep 04' Wrangler X
4.0L 6cyl 5spd 4WD
Khaki dir. Soft-Tp. AC
am lm/,'cd/mp3. alloy
wnls, Mopar bmpr & PLYMOUTH '96 Grand
gril grd. Exc. Cond. Voyager, 4 new tires, Ford *06 F350.D;esel.
1 ownr 3 rd car. towing package, new 4WD. clean, 50k mi.
LOW MILES 37,300 power steering gooseneck hitch.
$17,999. OB pump, very clean, $25k, 850-569-2262
334-803-6882 low mileage, $3,250 rord'07 F150 XLT
JEEP 1987 Wrangler OB334-687-9845 or supercre. 4X4 5 4L.
4x4, ac, ps, ac, at, 334-355-1118 flex fuel. dark blue
newengine/trans/ NeedalNewHome? *.'w bed cover. 144K
tires, hard top. 792- -ni. phl r. CC. $14.500
n0nf/7Q9o2.m7 c$Knn CMHCk Butt ICtlaf0ted" 3.3-.71.4-6QQ9


Unit 027 Personal
Property
Unit 079 Personal
Property
Unit 104 Personal
Property
Unit 125 Personal
Property
Unit 130 Personal
Property
The same will be held
at Marianna Sell
Storage Facility lo-
cated at 4610 Hwy
90, Marianna FL.
Jackson County. at
11:00 a.m. on March
5,2010.

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Reallor

Cell: 573-6198

4630 Hwy. 90, Marianna, FL 32446
(850) 526-2891 (office)
Each Office Is Independently Owned and Operated
You Can Find Us On The Web

E-Mail Address:

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The Jacksor County
Parks and Recreation
Department will hold
a Public Workshop
Thursday, February
25, 2010 at 7:00 pm..
at Citizens' Lodge.
4577 Lodge Drive, M
Marianna, Florida. MOVE RIGHT IN
The purpose of thiS Andwrwanltoie againi3/2withosr2100lswithBelwood
meeting is, for input -B ln K-oo d thm -tLroil / o[lo1
pertaining to devel- Woodbuming F/P in living rom &Wsultl ocelig with pomd od
opment orthe Green-'-" ... ..' ''
ways and Trails. lo- I . ,, ..i .<.,i oi n.i. ,.-, ,..
cated off Old U.S. : i ,, i.i ..ci. Od ,.u .
Road next to the 16 n901i 4 S .7 S3d 'a i.; . s* 01.0
Chipola River. In ad-
dition, there will be
discussion on the
Recreational Trails
Program (RTP) grant
for proposed im-
provements to the
park. Comments are
encouraged. Anyone
desiring 'information
may contact the NEW CONSTRUCTION
Parks and Recycling ."."- :' "- .i'a. .
Department during Ld l :' 1 ,:h :i .. ,,
business hours ot :. -.
8:00 4:00 pm Mon- --. . .i ( 0 .'
day through Friday at '.-. u .'s*. i. ,o. slUlo
(850)718-0437. cau cl ,- c ',i ic'S: h ,


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NOTICE OF
PUBLIC HEARING


The Housing Authorn-
ry of the City of Ma-
ianr a. Florida. will
hold a Public Hearing
o receive comments
concerning the Annu.
al Plan.and upcom-
ng Events for the
Housing Authority.
The Meeting will be
held ir. the Confer-
ence Room at Harri-
ion Park. 2912 Albert
Street. Marianna. FL
at 12:00 Noon on Fri-
day. March 26. 2010.

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SHORT SALE IN INDIAN SPRINGS


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LAND FOR SALE
I ol Acres 'n Greenwood or
525 000)
70 60 Acre, in .ar.-.onria oor
tIo5 200
Se.erol Lotis lo choose Iron, in Green
Meadc.-s Subd.sian n Moronno
slori.r.g ao f27, 00
CALL CRESH HARRISON
,' 18501 482 1700


CLISTOM HOME with plenivA : pnv.ac) ias
cuisde :of i..' i Sn.,ded Jdnes-ay lead-s 0 this 3
bedr::'.m i-ine 'alit nie hsing t::o m dining
tii a 'lIh Frcn,.h Jd .[rs leIading :' decl. .nd i4l:ts
Ol cinbels in ihe LJichen O.ersizd il ri-l.ier bed
room with ba) w ndos, laige cli.el, bailh ilh
gardcrn hb and d-:ulle cmi.. Nice deliched dcu
He ca.r ir.g and under ground uihliiei C.ll
S 7.1 .7: |.S1- I lot \.u-L pri.tie .hom ing
MLS 238135 5169.01)).


Tim & Patsy

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Broker Owner/Realtor,
Ucensed Agent
Call lbi For AU our
Rral EstMate iVNeeds
(850) 209-3595
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4257 W. Lafayette
Marianna, Florida 32446
(850)526-5260-Office
(8501526-5264-Fax


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LOG CABIN! Cl .e io Ma.ilnn, 4 acre:
ille hghb-aij HoiTe c.-:rn.mei wItn
iBK -BA. Ijarger notiei -elrt:.,f. .J]:.-n il.L;
i,l:-iiaced tiJn:-lne in ihe gre room Greatl
ro:'.;li icel.rngi g. ll the u s Io Lhi secondri
floo' Alh eb .Ae of me sicona ri.-c.r al conv
Ahlin liu uriir-u t.ried o.. d :. J nl new ta.lu
less steel ,.ppIl, nces $212.500 MLS4
234550 Call ror ppointmenI


IHEREARF 2 LOTS HERE O ,nir illn dl a-
one unil 9 C-2 ai, -% o. n ,1iiI dJ.iJe Appros I a(ret
i ;.- l ied c..e. jrir II.e r'I n lauige -:-k: a-eid
nwluri l .-.nJ ., 'rr. Greui nonr-.r-. Cl-:, e ic
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Beautiful \%atrrrrnl Iol Ippcfo\...iis d I 5
.5k .:-..uh -.i M -r.i' ..... La' : -. :.Elale'
Ihe'.-. is ir-:-riiage -in .'cd rL'-ineu:,.ni Greil
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INDIAN 'SPRINGS sp,. -us 3BR/2BA home,
1 a '.re. Lirg, altliJ, ji .eiling,. rock faced
ficplace, .~.~~disdJ kioltter. ith lots .of cabinets,
new ic er carpel ,enlaied masteribdrm. and
iTi i-1 il ils . rn. *an re rs closets,plenty of
.i .. ..' ej i r lu..r ': rned' into hobby
.-,.-..-. ,-,.. anumi -n r ,ra p d driveway around
I-)IJ.' ,- ill. .,k .- *.-: ground sprinklers,
12%,2 .,. i-* "' -t'..iage bldg, handicap
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In Ra-n.m. N.e ill. ,.-e I..i icated on a beautiful
rd Pr,. ii ... 'i.-ed pines approx. 14
vCdr i:.d Tr..r.r- .,e i..:.i d..i deer and turkey in the
S r-ur-ig :' .:-. :. Neals landing on the
Cr .... i-..t R .-. C'.:.. 1-. -Georgia State line.
He .In. .. i* MLS 11822 5120,000


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Malone Ne.- ..-. i' L.:.vely custom built
nmrn.:. -ri JII.: ._ri.' rdroom design, has
i s.c i,'. i- bd ..' ir. .ixury master bath.
H,irslih ih l ii ...A... ci : fireplace, large
up i- -. r -..-.ce of oak cabinets,
i: t.r. i ,u- i om, lg 2 car garage,
demhied .'\ J ,.**.... : "i%-%.-r workshop, many






TiFR FRONI HHOME i...I vilhin minutes of down-
11 .... \ I-. I ndry room. large great
n I'-.lr ... .1 sliding lass doors open-
11 ,, h,, : . ..I .. C r., ./the lake view from the
m ,, I,.,, ..n ,, ... .... r.e 16x16 enclosed patio.
S* .' di',r.,d *.' -r. workshop in hack.
Vr. .. i,.J l' Dock that needs TLC.
L p.1. -.. .i. : ,... ., Motivated Seller. MLS
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o- -i i ..., . Al a-li2 l11 9,000


UliNil lit IO.MF . .'. i ..iiles from Marianna. Has
1 ... .. . .1 .. ...iicency. Immaculate shop
1LI h ... .. i int & back of property.
I . i ,, ,., I ,, ... fenced, ready for horses.
*i ..^n ..-. :'" ,.,,onal SF.New 24x24 pole
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'1> t %lMII .11I'II It \ .: imalt of mixed plated
S, ,, ., ,,.. ,i . mohil on Appomx
a" ... .. i -.. ,i-hlaltdpinesnverthinlned.
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U-turn into our lot and takeadvantage of our incredible
savings on each and every vehicle in stock!


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LOCAL TRADE, KEEP UR PAYMENTS Low
WITH THIS ONEI #9104842


PW PL, TIL CRUISE, #90048 8


PW. PL. TILT, CRUISE, #9004879


16,08S


LEATHER, WOOD GRAIN DASH,
PWR SEAT. MUST GO! #9004882


18,088


REMOTE START, LEATHER,
BOSE. ON SALE! #9004859


:2 1S enmr Sium unE A
EXTREMELY RARE FIND. SUNROOF, DVD,
LEATHER; 4x4, Tow PKG, WOW! #9104885
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- MEam r Bs umiaE LT
4WD, LEATHER STEP RAILS,
Tow PKG. #9004855


*16,188

2006 Cm==w DSU
LEATHER, BUCKET SEATS, .
REAR DEFROST, ABS BRAKES, #9913001


*18,688

200 So m
SHARP, SPORTY, FUN To DRIVE, #9004894


2007 CMW AVuMAlANCE LS
2WD, GREAT RIDE, GREAT PRICE
#5084001


24,,888

2007 CMEw Tauu LT
2WD, LEATHER, DVD PLAYER, HEATED
SEATS, NAVIGATION, #9885001


'11",488

2sm C,,m c,,mmn
CREW CAB, MOTIVATED SELLER,
CHECK IT OUT, #9004909
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418,688

2007 BUcx LUCERNE CXL
LEATHERED UP & READY
FOR A NEW HOME #9004891
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p20,188

2008 CaMUAC DTS
LEATHER, CD. ABS BRAKES
SUPER CLEAN #9004888





p28,488


2009 Canmu CIS
LOCAL TRADE IN, SUPER NICE, SUNROOF,
NAV SYSTEM #5172001 .


200s CHEVY n t r LT
GREAT GAS SAVER!
#9004902
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$18 ,988

2007 CaVY
TRAFBLEZTER Ea.
SUNROOF, LEATHER, THE WORKS, #9204839


2008 MAnCmr Gam. mams a LS
HTD MIRRORS DUAL AIR BAGS ABS
.BRAKES, SMOOTH RIDE #5111001
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1 8,988

2008 CmEw SumEReBg
CENw CAB LS
NICE TRUCK. #9004833
2 0 CI sm *


2006 CvEv SmWEm O 2500 LT
CREW CAB, 4WD, SUPER CLEAN,
READY To HAUL, #5134001


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SERVICE 8 PARTS DEPARTMENT IS OPEN ON SATURDAYS 8:OOlM-12:OOpm FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE


482.3051 482.6317 4204 WEST LAFAYETTE STREET MARIANNA, FL


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2QQ7 Gisuwu iF Can==
TOURING, Low Low PAYMENTS,
#5185001


2007 CEw co...A aT
2 DOOR COUPE, REAR SPOILER "
SPORTY RIDE #9104847
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2003 C v T IUA LT
WELL PRICED TO MOVE FAST SO
HURRY! #9004878


*16s888


2009 mP csERIT
SMOTRE s P iRE LS'
SMOOTH RIDE, PRICED RIGHT #9004901


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