Title: Jackson County Floridan
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028304/00242
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Title: Jackson County Floridan
Alternate Title: Sunday Floridan
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Jackson County Floridan
Publisher: Chipola Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marianna, Fla
Publication Date: February 24, 2010
Copyright Date: 2010
Frequency: daily (except saturday and monday)[<1979-1995>]
weekly[ former 1934-<1955>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Marianna (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jackson County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Jackson -- Marianna
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
General Note: "Independent."
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028304
Volume ID: VID00242
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Times-courier (Marianna, Fla. : 1947)
Preceded by: Marianna Floridan

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Legislators hear about light bills

No Jackson County officials or.represen-
tative of any municipalities within the coun-
ty showed up at the legislative delegation
meeting in Marianna Monday night, mysti-
fying at least one of the lawmakers who-
came to talk things over.
Sen. Al Lawson and Reps. Marti Coley
and Brad Drake were in Marianna to find out
what the communities need, as the lawmak-
ers get ready for their regular session in
Lawson said he was surprised that no one
came from any, of the local governments.
Coley said that might be because they
know legislators have little or no money to
S spend this year. Most communities,- she said,
, are telling legislators to simply "do no harm"
as the state struggles with a tight budget..
But Marianna City Manager Jim Dearsw
said Wednesday he didn't even know about
Monday's meeting.
Some local government officials may rot"
have.shown up'because they'd attended a
previous legislative delegation session, host-
ed -by the Jackson County Chamber of
Commerce in February. Lawson was not at
that meeting. ..
Although no local- governing bodies were
represented Monday, they were discussed
during the meeting. *
However, most people present came to

Many members of the public expressed their concerns with high utility bills while vis-
iting with Jackson County's legislative delegation. Mark Skinner / Floridan

.complain about high power bills.
, Some residents have complained of bills
that -skyrocketed from the low hundreds to
upwards of $1,000 in the last few billing
Some at the meeting thought the city of

Marianna and Jackson County should' put the
franchise fees they receive from Florida
Public Utilities into a special loan fund, to
help people pay -their unexpectedly high
bills, or find some other way to put the fees
toward residents' bills ..

Dean said the city gets about $700,000 a
year from FPU in a combination of fran-
chise fees, at 6 percent of gross sales, plus a
10 percent utility tax.
But most of that money goes to pay the
city's utility bill, he said. Only 20 percent,' or
an estimated $140,000 a year, is left by the
time thecity pays its Florida Public Utilities
bill. "
Jackson County gets a 6 percent franchise
fee on all utilities that are on county rights of
way but outside any municipality. The coun-
ty's annual fee from FPU came to $932,395
in fiscal year 2007-08. In 2008-09, it was
just over $1 million.
But like the city, the county also pays.
Florida Public Utilities for its power con-
sumption. For fiscal year. 2007-08, the coun-
tv's bill was'$499,704. In 2008-09, it was
$621,144. '
County Administrator Ted Lakey said set-
ting aside those funds to help residents with
utility payments would likely carry a price.
tag that residents may not be really want to
The franchise fee proceeds go into the
county's general fund, to help provide all
manner of county services to the general
population. '
Taking this revenue, stream away could
result in-a cutback in services, or an increase
'-in fees the county. charges individuals and


Recovering :.

addict allegedly


elderly man
A Malone man
is- accused of
exploiting an p ld-
erly acquaintance
to the tune of
$40,000, forcing
Kevin A. the victim to file
Sudduth bankruptcy.
SKevin A.
Sudduth, 35, is- charged with
exploitation of an elderly person,
theft from a person 65 years of
age or older, fraudulent, use of a
credit card, criminal use of per-
sonal identification information,'
and nine counts of uttering forged,
According to the affidavit
against Sudduth, he. got to know
the; 74-year-old victim through a
substance abuse assistance pro-
gram.. ,
The victim sponsored Sudduth'
, in the program.
Sudduth asked the victim to
help ,pay for his methadone,
which is used in certain addition
recovery programs. Sudduth, who
was jobless, soon asked the victim
to pay his bills, and in the begin-
ning of April 2009, asked if he
could move in.. The victim agreed.
Sudduth allegedly manipulated
the victim into co-signing an
agreement to buy Sudduth a
motorcycle. The victim also gave
Sudduth a credit card with which
to buy gas, but Sudduth allegedly
used it to buy other items without
the victim's permission, accord-
ing to the complaint filed by the
Jackson County Sheriff's Office.
Sudduth also allegedly
obtained several credit cards
using the victim's personal infor-
mation, without his knowledge.
Authorities claim Sudduth used
the card for various purchases,
'including hotel stays, haircuts and
treatments, computer accessories,
motorcycle accessories and other
items. Sudduth allegedly maxed
out the cards, law enforcement
officials said. He also allegedly
intercepted the victim's mail in
order to conceal the statements
and keep the victim unaware of
the credit cards and transactions.
The victim was the treasurer of
the substance abuse program that
brought them together,. and kept
blank checks for the organization.
Sudduth allegedly took those
checks from the victim's room
without his knowledge, filled
them out, forged the victim's
name and cashed the checks at a
bank, a grocery store and a motor-
cycle shop.
The total monetary damages
are estimated at more than
$40,000, and the victim had to file
bankruptcy as a result, according
to sheriff's office.
Sudduth's bond was set at
$130,000 and he remained in the
of Jackson County jail as of

With bills rising, tips on saving energy


In light of the recent community outrage over
utility bills, energy conservation specialists are.'
urging residetits to look at their current con-
sumption and identify ways to better conserve
their energy usage.
: Florida Public Utilities officials recommend
residents have an energy management plan.
This plan should help each household monitor
their monthly usage and in turn, monitor their
bill. ; ," ; ..
Store manager Bob Parker of Lowe's home
improvement store in Marianna says there are
many inexpensive ways to conserve energy and
lower utility bills .
"I've heard the horror stories of people in this
community struggling to pay their utility bills,"
Parker said.
Parker said two easy ways to achieve quick
energy savings are CFL bulbs and hot-water,
heater timers.
.According to an ENERGY STAR report, .a
compact fluorescent light bulb,' or CFL, will
save about $30 over its lifetime and' pay for
itself in about six months. It uses 75 percent less
energy and lasts about 10 times longer than an
incandescent bulb. '
"Four CFL bulbs use '52 watts of electricity
whereas one .(standard) bulb uses 60 watts,"
Parker said. "So you can have four lights on and
still use less energy than one- (incandescent)
"Replacing just one light in your home with a
CFL probably wouldn't show -much of a differ-
ence, but replacing all your bulbs with CFLs
would show \a definite difference," Parker said.
"Best thing about the CF's is they also produce
less heat, making it easier to cool your home in
the summer time."
The CFL bulbs have decreased in price.
According to Parker, these bulbs were once very
expensive, but are now less than $2 a bulb. .
Another inexpensive purchase -homeowners
could invest in are hot-water heater timers.
These run for about $50, but are crucial in the
energy conservation process.
According to an: FPU report on conservation,
water heaters pull the most energy among elec-
trical appliances in the home, typically using

School officials

Pre-K teacher Leigh May shows Jayla Hear
-Camorah Tiggs how. a stethoscope works T
Proposed legislation will require all state pre-k t
to hold a bachelors degree. Mark Skinner / F

Lowe's Store Manager Bob Parker references a display he built to show customers how
much CFL light bulbs can save on utility costs. Mark Skinner / Floridan

3,800 watts, with a clothes dryer trailing at.
3,500 watts. The estimated cost per hour for its
use is about 57, cents according to the report.
With that, Parker suggested that instead of
having the water heater running 24 hours a day
-.costing in the neighborhood of $14 daily -7
purchase a timer to have it on when home and
using it.
"There is a definite 10 to 16 hour period when
people are more than likely not using their water
heater,'1 Parkers said. "The hours we sleep, we
don't need the heaters going, and the eight hours
at work as well."
Parker explained that with timers, residents
could set the heaters to come on about an hour

say pre-K bill i
BY ASHLEY McKEE1N such, at
-' acso prioritiese
Jackson County school, chunk c
officials.,say proposed leg- tion bud
islation in the. upcoming On th
March session regarding idea has
'*qualifications for, pre-' many
kindergarten instructors is around
somewhat unrealistic and "Florida
unlikely to pass. endorsim
A bill to require teachers In a
in state pre-kindergarten Rep. Li
programs to hold a bache- said tha
lor's degree by 'July 2013 "has bee
has been filed for the third the past
consecutive year by Rep. the bus
Janet Long, D-Seminole. backing
In 2002, a voter mandate favorable
for high quality pre-kinder- upcomil
garten won by 59 percent session.
across the state. But Long's Local
bill has been proposed and however
postponed each year since Rep. L
ns and she first presented it. saying
Some legislators have somewh
uesday. said their concern -with the "Hon
teachers bill is more of an economic world tl
Floridan issue, with big-ticket items cept. Of

before waking up to ensure warm water, and
then shut them off during the work day. The
same .can be for nightly usage, shutting down
the water heater overnight.
Along with Parker suggestions, FPU officials
recommend the following tips for energy con-:
servation. They have been divided into tree cat-i
egories no-cost options, low-cost options and
investment earning options.
No-cost options
Schedule a free energy survey with a FPU
energy conservation representative, in order to
See ENERGY, Page 5A >

jnh kely to pass

class-size reduc-
nd other education
es eating up a good
if the state's educa-
he other .hand, the
been supported by
'business leaders
the state, with the
,.Council of 100
ig the concept.
press release from
long's office, Long
it although the bill
tn unsuccessful in
, she is hopeful that
iness community's
will bring a more
4e outcome in the
ng 2010 legislative
1 school officials,
r, tend to side with
Long's opponents,
the concept is
at impractical..
estly, in an ideal
this is a great con-
[ course we want all

of our teachers to have
these degrees," said Kim
Long, manager of Jackson
County's pre-kindergarten
programs. "And with the
push toward kindergarten
readiness, this bill would be
a good asset,
"But with all the budget
issues we are facing, it
doesn't seem likely to pass.
,And honestly, is not very
realistic when considering
this bill's associated costs,
such as salary increases."
According to Long, out
of the 19 pre-k educators
currently teaching in
Jackson County, 16 already
have their' bachelor's
degree. They are paid on
the same salary scale as
elementary school teachers.
"Most of our teachers
already have the degree,"
Long said. "And those that
don't are some of our really
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Mostly cloudy with'some
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and cool.

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High 600
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Frosty start with sun-
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High 62
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Panama City. Low 4:30 AM High 6:21 PM
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Port St. Joe Low 3:56 AM 'High 6:12 PM
Destin Low 5:07 AM High 6:45 PM
Pensacola Low 5:41 AM High 7:18 PM
RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage
Woodruff 52.75 ft. 66.0 ft.
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Publisher Valefia Roberts
Managing Editor- Michael Becker
Circulation Manager Dena Oberski

leneal -
Contact Us
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
SFAX: (850) 482-4478 .
E-mail: editorial@jcfloridan:com
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:-
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32V446 "-
Office Hours: .
Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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some reason it does not arrive call
the Floridan's customer service rep-
resentatives between 8 a.m. and 5
p.m. Monday-Friday and 7-11 a.m.
on Sunday. The Jackson County
Floridan (USPS 271-840) is pub-
lished Tuesday through Friday and
Sunday mornings. Periodical
postage paid at Marianna, Fla.
Home delivery: $11.23 per
month; $32.83 for three months;
$62.05 for six months; and $123.45
for one year. All prices include appli-
cable state and local taxes. Mail sub-
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Mail subscriptions are: $46.12 for
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publisher shall not be liable for
damages arising out of errors and
.advertisements beyond the amount
paid for the space actually occupied
by that portion of thie advertise-
ments in which the error occurred,
whether such error is due to the
negligence of the publisher's
employees or otherwise, and there
shall be not liability for non-inser-
tion of any advertisement beyond
the amount paid for such advertise-
ment. This newspaper will not
knowingly accept or publish illegal
material of any kind. Advertising
which expresses preference based
Son legally protected personal char-
acteristics is not acceptable.
How to get your
news published
The Jackson County Floridan will
publish news of general interest free
of charge. Submit your news or
Community Calendar events via e-
mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery.
Fees may apply for wedding,
engagement, anniversary and birth
announcements. Forms are avail-
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Photographs must be of good qual-
ity and suitable for print. The
Floridan reserves the right to edit all

Getting It

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

February 24 Wednesday
Tri-County Community Council's
Jackson County community meeting, is 8
a.m. in the conference room of Graceville
Elementary School, 5331 Alabama .St.,
Graceville. A. representative of the Jow-
income will be elected to .serve on the
Council's board of directors,. Call 1-800- ;
395-2696 or 547-3688.
AARP Tax-Aide, Marianna, 'offers'free
tax return preparation and a filing services
.for low- and middle-income personsiwith'
emphasis on persons*over6 60, in the con-
ference 'room of the Jackson County
Agricultural office, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave.
in Marianna, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Services con-
tinue Wednesday mornings through ,April
14. For an appointment, call 693-0873..
Jackson County Habitat for Humanity
Warehouse is open Wednesdays, 9 a.m. to
3 p.m.
Chipola College business instructor
Lee Shook and student volunteers provide
.free tax preparation and electronic filing'--
simple, individual returns only' -- from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday through early
April. Other times available by. appoint-
ment. For faster refunds, bring a personal
check (with 'outing information). Call 718-
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Wednesdays, 12-1 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.
The Jackson Hospital Foundation's
Heart Awareness Month Lunch & Learn .is
at noon in the Hudnall Building Community
Room, with Anna Brunner,. ARNP of
Internal Medicine Associates. Tickets, $5,
- available at the door. Limited seating.
The Southeastern Community Blood.
'Center mobile unit will be at Jackson
Hospital in Marianna, 12:30-4:30 p.m.; and
at Marianna Latter Day Saints, 5-7 p.m., or
give blood at the center, 2503 Commercial
Park Drive in Marianna, Monday-Friday, 9
a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 526-4403.
Sneads High School Class of 2013 will
have a "Sweet 16" meeting, 5 p.m. in the
West Florida Electric Sneads Branch meet-
ing room, to discuss plans foY the January
2011 event. Call 209-2036.'
*The Jackson Hospital Board of.Trustees

The Marianna Police
Department listed the
following .
incidents for -__
Feb. 22, the -
latest avail- .riM
able report: 4fU ME
One hit and
run, one accident, one
reckless driver, one high-
way obstruction, one ver-
bal disturbance, 14 traffic
stops, one retail theft, one
assist of another agency
and four public service

The Jackson County
Sheriff's Office and
county Fire Rescue listed
the following incidents
Feb. 22, the latest avail-
able report: One missing
juvenile, six abandoned
vehicles, two suspicious
vehicles, two suspicious
incidents, two suspicious
persons, one special
detail, two highway
obstructions, one verbal
disturbance, one hitch-
hiker/pedestrian coin-

convenes for its regular board meeting at-
5:30 p.m. in the Community Room.of the
Hudnall Building.

February 25 Thursday
A groundbreaking ceremony for the
new Jackson County Health Department at
4979,Sykes Blvd. in Marianna (just off
Caverns. Road) begins at 10 a.m. Call 526-
Jackson Cou6ty Senior Citizens host
.Healthy Heart Day, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at
2931 Optimist Dr. in Marianna. Free
cholesteroll screenings, blood pressure
checks, refreshments, door prizes and tips
for heart-healthy living. Call 526-3577 or
*, The Chipola. Regional Workforce
Development Board. Inc. Executive-
Committee meeting is 10 a.m. at 4636
Highway 90, Marianna. Call 718-0456, ext.
*.St. Anne Thrift Shop, 4287 Second Ave.
in Marianna, is having a Half-Price Sale
Feb. 23-March 4, Tuesdays and Thursday
ohnly.. Call .482-3734..
AARP Tax-Aide,' Marianna, offers free
'tax return preparation and e-filing servic-
es for low- and middle-income persons,
with emphasis on persons over 60, in the
conference room of-the Jackson County'
Agricultural office, 2741 Pennsylvania
Ave. in Marianna, 4:30-7:30 p.m..
Services continue. Thursday evenings.I
through April 15. For an appointment,
call 693-0873.
Jackson County Schools
Superintendent Lee Miller will conduct a
town hall meeting, 5-6.p.m. in Graceville
Town Hall. Citizens welcome to meet dis-
trict staff, ask questions. Call 482-1200.
The Jackson County Library Book Club
meets at 6 p.m. in the library branch on
Green Street in Marianna. Selection: "A
Land Remembered" by Patrick D. Smith.
To participate, drop by the library to regis-
The 35th Annual Florida Peanut
Producers Association Membership
Meeting is at the Jackson County
Agriculture Center, 2741 Pennsylvania Ave.
in Marianna. All peanut growers and
spouses are invited. Registration begins at

plaint, four burglar
alarms, one panic' alarm,
nine traffic stops, one
civil dispute, two trespass
complaints, two suicide
attempts, one animal
complaint, one child
abuse complaint, three
public service calls, three
transports and two
threat/harassment com-

The following people

6:30 p.m. followed by a smoked steak din-
ner. .
Alcoholics Anonymous closed discus-
sion Thursdays; 8-9 p.m. at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna, in the AA room. Attendance
limited to persons with a desire to stop

February 26 Friday
The Sneads FFA Alumni Association
Easter Food Drive kicks off at 'lunchtime
today, at McDaniel's Grocery in Sneads.
"Food tubs" at McDaniel's Grocery and
Grand Ridge Town Hall will be used to.col-
lect donations through. March 27. All food
collected will go to the Chipola Food Bank
in Marianna, to give several families a nice
Easter meal.
A benefit Fish Fry for Elizabeth Cantrell
starts at 5 p.m. at the Friendship Baptist
Church in Malone, dine in or carry. out.
Elizabeth suffers from a blood disorder and
tile family has no insurance. All donations
appreciated. An account for Elizabeth has
been set' up at -Peoples South. Bank of
The Chipola, College Black Student
Union invites surrounding communities.to
join them in celebrating. Black History
Month with dinner and festivities 6-8 p.m.
in the' Chipola College -Continuing
Education Building S,. College Street,
Marianna's Gathering Place Foundation
hosts The Gathering Place for Single
Adults (50 and up), 6. p.m. every fourth
Thursday of the month at Jim's Buffet and
Grill, with riusic, activities and speakers.
Love offerings accepted; proceeds go to
area charitable projects/organizations. Call
Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and
teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits
and hang-ups in a safe environment"
Friday at Evangel Worship Center, 2645
Pebble Hill Road. Dinner at 6 p.m. (free for
first-time guests); meeting at 7 p.m. Child
care available. Call 209-7856, 573-1131.
Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting -
Fridays, 8-9 p.m. at the First United
Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia St.,
Marianna, in the AA room.

were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting periods:
Rozetha Wilson, 42,
3305 Valley Oaks Drive,
.Marianna, driving under
the influence.
Kevin Sudduth, 35,
5356 10th St., Malone,
exploitation of an elderly
person, theft from a per-
son 65 or older, fraudu-
lent use of credit card,
fraudulent use of personal
identification informa-
tion, utticring forged

* Ralph Waterman, 45,
158 Polly P. Boggs Road,
Altha, worthless check.
Angela Leslie, 44,
2863 McPherson St.,
Marianna, four counts of
worthless checks.


To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).

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Story named 2010 Woman of the Girl Scout Cookies on
sale through March 21

Year Diamond Award honoree SPECIALTOTHEFORIDAN


The Girl Scout Council
of the Florida Panhandle
announce d thatSusan
Story, Gulf Power presi-
dent and CEO, is their 2010
Woman of the Year
Diamond Award Honoree.
The annual Women of
Distinction Gala honors
women from across the
Florida Panhandle who
have distinguished them-
selves through service in
leadership in their respec-
tive communities.
"Receiving this award
means a lot to me for sever-
al reasons; first, being a
Girl Scout was a wonderful
experience for me and
helped me in my develop-
ment and growth as a
strong, confident woman;
secondly, Girl Scouts was
one of the first organiza-
tions ever dedicated to
building strong self-
esteem, teaching business
and team skills, and teach-

,ing the value of diversity to
girls everywhere," Story
said. "And, third, to be rec-
ognized among the many
amazing women in
Northwest Florida is some-
thing I truly cherish and am
.privileged to be a part of."
Story joined the
Southern Company in 1982
as a nuclear engineer. In
2003, she was the first
women and the youngest
CEO at Gulf Power
Company, a Southern,
Company operating' sub-
sidiary. The following year,
Hurricane Ivan left 90 per-
cent of Gulf Power's cus-
tomers without electricity.
Less than two weeks later,
under Story's leadership,
power was restored to
every home capable of
receiving electricity. She
has served in leadership
roles with numerous organ-
izations across the state,
including the Florida
Council of 100, the Florida
Chamber of Commerce,

and Enterprise Florida.
Story received her bach-
elor's degree in industrial
engineering from Auburn
University and a master's
degree in business adminis-
tration from The University
of Alabama at
Birmingham. She also par-
ticipated in executive edu-
cation programs at Duke
University and Oxford
Outside of her career,
Story devotes her time 'to
education, particularly
focusing on science, tech-
nology, engineering and
math education for stu-
dents. Gulf Power is a
major supporter of the West
Florida High School of
Advanced Technology
where a Gulf Power
Academy has been estab-
lished. Story's company
also initiated the BEST
Robotics competition held
each year at the University
of West Florida. along with
supporting the. I LOVE

Golson Elementary honor roll

F.M. Golson Elementary
School recently announced
the honor roll for the sec-
ond nine-weeks.

First Grade
A Honor Roll Joshua
Allen, Briana Autman,
Joshua Bane, Charles
Barbee, Baylee
Beauchamp, Emma
Biggers, Bishop Bosland,
Skyler .Boyd, Glen
Brasington, Lauren Brock,
Jamodd Brown, Jacques
Brunson, Nariyah Buggs,
Ethan Burke, Brandon
Butler, Michael Byrd,
Abigail Callahan, Bailey
Carter, Lorin Castleberry,
Landon Chatwood, Kirarh
Clayton, Kirsten Clemons,
Riley Cleveland, Kearthany
Conrad, Abigayle Cozart,
Ariana Dailey, Zachary.
Davis, James Donaldson,
Brianna Drummond,
Allison Edenfield,
Kezaviona Elder, Gabriella
Fanchette, Azaja Faulkner,
Colton Fenton, Donovan
Fomby, Joseph Giles,
Choloe Glover, Jewelionna
Gonzales, Jamoiya
Graham, Jaycee Granger,
Katie Gwin, Roosevelt
Hardy, Lauren Harkins,
Hailey Harris, Harley
Harris, Jonathan Harris,
Hailey Harrison, Latreysia
Hayes, Benjamin Helms,
Treykwashaun Highsmith,
Jessica Himes, Jakarin
Holden, Destiney Holland,
Nathan Hollon, Lucas
Hopkin, Austin Huett,
Markevar Hunter, Genesis
Jackson, Serenity Jackson,
Ahmad Johnson, Kelsi
Johnson, Lasiyan Johnson,
Octavia Johnson, Makayla
Kenner, Kaitlin Land,
Emily Locke, Colton
Menacof, Virginia Milton,
Jasmine Mistrot, Nathan
Morris, Toby Moseley,
Mitchell Oakford,
Laurence Pender, Shamiya
Perry, Ashunti Peterson,
Sydney Powell, Mackenzie
Raines, Kayla Rister,
Christian Rivera-Cosson,
Stephen Roper, Shaun
Russ, Jaden Sanders, Emily
Seay, Avie Sigmore, Hqnry
Sims, Jordan Sloan,
Hannah E. Smith, Hannah
S. Smith, Kinsey Smith,
Vance Smith, Davielle
Solomon, Takina Speights,
Hogan Spencer, Jadyn
Stevens, Deacon Temples,
Robert Thomas, Shon
Sheray Toombs, Isabella
Vaughan, Decarriun
Vickers, Kassidy Walden,
Hannah Walker, Timothy
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Kevin James Chumley and
Peggy Deloris Willis.
William Michael Garrett Jr.
and April Nicola Lundgren.
.* Melissa Anne Reeve and
Joseph Neal Sims.
Kentral Deon Baker and
Anastashia LaShayne Jones.
'* Sonya Janell Bush and John
Henry Lockhart.
John Thomas Baker and
Dawn Lanelle Earle.
Brandie Nichole Hagin and
Donald Ray Moore.
Ezequiel Robles Cambrano
and Helen Williams Taylor.
Gala Dariene Devaughn and
Flavio Emmanuel Perez.
Mary Elizabeth Manning and
Reginald Woodard.
Patricia M. Lopresti and
Joseph Allen Mitchell.
Samantha Eugenia Giles and
James Walter Yelle.
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Wierman, La'Mayah
A/B Honor Roll -
Rodney Barrentine,
Caroline Bauldree,
Termaine Bell, Thomas
Bell, James Blizzard, Cole
Burdeshaw, Lucinda Clark-
Hussey, Lorabeth
Cogswell, Jacob Crenshaw,
Cole Cribley, Giana
Currier, Charles Davis,
Alissa Dickson, Jaheim
Garrett, Amanda Giles,
Trevon Goosby, Kah-Kalia
Guilford, Jeorgia Hall,
William Ham, Christopher
Hargrove, Brianna Harvey,
Keenan Harvey, Ni'Zayleen
Harvey, Mazariah Hogue,
Jeremy Hussey, Matthew
Ingram, Zackary Jernigan,
Sean Jones, Ethan Keene,
Emily Keeny, Ethan Kelley,
Khryston Kelly, Alleah
Kent, Makayla Knight,
Omiyah Lovett, Hunter
Malone, Altereck
McDonald, Alexis
McGann, Tionna Means,
Zoey Moore, Devonte
Mount, Joshua Myers,
Gabriel Newsome,
Nicholas Ni, Keashon Olds,
Roosevelt Peterson,
Kendrick Pope, Alphonso
Portee, Casara Price,
Ry'Quise Robinson,
Kam'Rine Saffold, Keontre
Saffold, Brian Schlask,
Kassandran Screen,
Jaquima Smith, Beyonce
Sorey, M'Icaiah Spence,
Ja'Quevien Spencer,
Alavjah Taylor, Cody
Taylor, Ethan Taylor, Tony
Tolver, Antjuan Watford,
Coral White, Libby
Whitfield, Emma Wo6ds,
Jeff Woods, Aaliyah

Second Grade
A Honor Roll -
Bradley Anderson, Gage
Basford, Preston Beall,
Dacota Benefield, Owen
Brown, Allianne Bryan,
Hunter Busby, Kayla
Cartwright, James Clikas,
Hannah Collins, Olivia
Cornwell, Natalie Earl,
Zackory Edenfield,
Lindsey Elliott, Sean
Gaffaney, Peyton Gay,
Renee Haire, Elizabeth
Hailing, Seth Ham, Alexee
Jackson, Dustin Keeny,
Stefane Kent, Kayla
Kesner, Lillie Livingston,
Mertie Long, Austin Lytle,
Lauren Martin, Kristen
McDaniel, William
McDaniel, Hailey
McDonald, Katelyn
Melzer, Karlee Mercer,
William Michels, Chesney
Miller, Anna Milton, John

Mitchell, Meagan Pelham,
Leighanna Perry, Wilton
Pittman, Cameron Porter,
Amir Purnell, Mya Reed,
Christopher Rhodes,
Kaycie Riley, Kelsie Riley,
Lexi Robinson, Alexandra
Roper, Joshua Salvaty,
Iyannah ,Sams, Joshua
Sanchez, Noah Shores,
Anthony Sims, Layleigh
Standland, Alexis 'Taylor,
Shelbi Tidwell, Caleb
Torbett, Martin
Vanderwerf, Matthew
Walker, Madison Whaley,
John Wiggins, Jazmon
Williams, Stephen
A/B Honor Roll -
Dakota Adams, Hayley
Andrews, Deacon Avery,
Malachi Aydelotte,
Keyonna Baker, Lemonte
Baker, Gage Bannerman,
Ja'Darious Bell, Gabrielle
Bess, Ayanna Blackmon,
Chase Blount, Jalante
Blount, Bucanan Boggs,
Kodi Brazell, Tristan
Brend, Taliyah Bryant,
Cambryn Carter, Gabriel
Carver, Jeremiah Castro,
Wyatt Chandler, Mark
Clikas, Sha'Nautica Cody,
John Cowart, Kristi
Crosby, Sterlin Crumpler,
Elicia. Curry, Havean
Curry, Dylan Davis, Karlee
Davis, Yasmin Dawson,
Rose Dougherty, Stephani
Free, Paul Gilley, Omni
Gould, Gabriella Harris,
Tequorian Hayes, Megan
Heinemann, Tykirious
Highsmith, Savannah Hill,
John Holmes, Kolton
Hurley, Ayannna Jackson,
Nia'Kavia Johnson,
Di'Ovion Jones, Sevion
Jones, Ty'Erica Kelly,
Victoria Kelly, Rylie Kish,
Jacob Laramore, Jonathan
Large, Logan Lovely,
Elijah Mayo, Haley
McKinney, Malachi
McNealy, Logan Melvin,
Treyson Mulder, Katarah
Nelson, Khajleik Pelt-
Long, Ja'Nyla Peterson,
Timothy Peterson, Angel
Pope, Avery Retherford,
Hannah Roberts, Damone
Rolle, Jarod Roney, Jason
Rudd, Jacob Sarson,
Dekarion Sims, Roeshia
Sims, Abel Smith, Alanna
Smith, Dustin Smitherman,
Hanah Speers; Caziah
Spencer, Kylie Sutherland,
Logan Taylor, Tamia
Taylor, Harry Turner,
Sunalee Watson, Brianna
Wilkinson, Imani Williams,
Jasmine Williams, Kaydee
Williams, Scotty Williams,
Joshua Wilson, Amaris

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Institute for Human and
Machine Cognition.
The 2010 'Women of
Distinction Awards Gala is
taking place March 11, at
Hotel Duval, 415 .N.
Monroe St. Tallahassee, at
6:30 .p.m. EST. For' spon-
sorship or ticket ,informa-
tion, contact Danielle
Owens, Chief Business
Officer, at 888-271-8778 or

Girl Scout Cookies arrived Feb. 13, when troops from the
area began .pick-upand delivery of their pre-ordered cookies.
Cookie booths started popping up on Feb, 20, outside partici-
pating stores around the community. Girls will continue to sell
cookies through the end of this year's sale, March 21.
This year's selection includes Thin Mints, Samoas and
Tagalongs; Do-Si-Dos, Trefoils and Lemon Chalet Cremes.
New to the cookie line-up this year is the Thank U Berry
Munch cookie. "The cookie product program provides the girls
with an opportunity tQ learn business skills including customer
service, budgeting and planning," said Raslean M. Allen, CEO of
.the Girl Scout Council of the Florida Panhandle. The Gifts of
Caring program also includes sending cookies to Military
Troops overseas. To volunteer or join Girl Scouts, contact the
local council office at 1-888-271-8778 or visit www.gscfp.org.


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Publisher: Valeria Roberts

Managing Editor: Michael Becker

Guest Opinion

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Florida learned the hard way in the
2000 presidential election between
George Bush and Al Gore that a uni-
form statewide election system is
needed to ensure the accuracy of bal-
loting, results and recounts.
With different procedures in place
throughout the state, Florida became a
laughingstock, with images of squint-
ing canvassing board members trying
to figure out who was selected on the
paper ballots.
In the years since, the Legislature
has taken steps to prevent a repeat,
including banning the punch-card vot-
ing machines that caused many of the
problems. But a recent state Supreme
Court ruling in another election dis-
pute points out the need for the
Legislature to do more.
The. case involved the state's chal-
lenge to an amendment Sarasota
County voters added to their county
charter in 2006, that, among other
things, bans touch-screen machines
and requires paper receipts. The court
'found the state's election code doesn't
pre-empt local rules.
This means that,, conceivably, other
counties could create their own elec-
tion codes, and Florida might find
itself back in the same predicament as
in 2000. This shouldn't be allowed.
The Legislature needs to amend elec-
tion laws to pre-empt local rules and
guarantee uniformity.
Fortunately, Rep. Ed Hooper, .R-
Clearwater, has filed a bill that would
do that. It warrants approval. Sarasota
County Voters deserve credit for taking
steps to make sure election results are
error-free and residents' votes count.
But even with the importance of
home rule, counties should not be
allowed to create their own standards
for recounts, audits and other proce-
dures when it comes to elections. One
code must fit all. /
This doesn't mean that state law
needs to be entirely controlling. As
Chief Justice Peggy Quince noted in
the ruling, which reversed the 2nd
District Court of Appeal; the election
code "specifically delegates" some
duties to local governments, including
choosing voting machines approved
for use by the state.
But as the 2nd District said in its
ruling declaring the Sarasota amend-
ment unconstitutional, the "efforts to
modify or 'fine tune' Florida's elec-
tion laws should be addressed through
uniform, statewide legislation."
That's just common sense.
Lawmakers should remember the
2000 debacle and mandate consistency
in Florida election standards.
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Pastor calls for
action on light bills

Dear editor,
This is an open letter to our
elected Jackson County and
state representatives and to
Florida Public Utilities. You,
our public utility company,
continue to make it very diffi-
cult for those living at or
below poverty level to live. As
your receptionist said, "that is
just the way it is."
Let me give you a little
background. I went in and
talked to your collection win-
dow person about a bill for
Mrs. T, who has two small
children and had the electrici-
ty turned off during the cold-
est three weeks of January and
She could not pay your bill,
and you didn't care. Her bill
was not only too high; it was
impossible to pay. You offered
no help, or referral for help;
no plan to help in this difficult
time. We did help her to pay
your ridiculous charge of $850
for one single-wide trailer. I
then found out you were rais-
ing her deposit on your next
billing by more than $250,
because you have had to turn
her electric off.
A cold hard remark that


that's just the way it is and, if
it's not paid you will turn the
power off again, shows how
badly we need to replace at
least the management, if not
take over this monopoly.
You're the only supplier.
You don't care what harm you
inflict on the backs of the
poor. You'll get your blood
money even if it means that
the poor and the young or old
have to suffer, and oh yeah,
since they may have inconve-
nienced you, you'll just take a
little more out of their hide.
Who profits from your addi-
tional deposit? Certainly not
the one paying the deposit.
This is just more free money
for you to waste on your-
Why do you think the poor
can live with your rate struc-
ture and additional deposit?
Why -should we have to pay
for your inability t6 manage
you company efficiently? You
knew when you raised your
rats you would inflict signifi-
cant personal hardship on
many, wJio already are just
trying to survive. Did you
work up programs that would
allow for some transition? No,
just sock it to them. Who
cares? Your spokespeople at
the bill-paying window cer-
tainly don't and they are very

clear about that.
I personally think it is time
to take over Florida Public
Utilities and make it a co-op.
Throw the bums out, let them
try poverty, for a while and
let's see if we can't break the
callousness that reigns in this
utility. As the system is now,
the more inefficient they are,
the more money they make.
Who do they exploit we,
their customers. Funny, I don't
feel like a customer, more like
a slave or victim.
We have two options: pay
their bill or go without. I sug-
gest you try that for a while in
this weather. You force those
who cannot pay to do exactly
that. Now your additional
deposit does the same thing.
We receive no benefit for that
charge, and you won't even
spread that out. What hard
hearts you have. What stupid
greed drives you. May God
melt them down.
And you state and county
representatives, if you don't
get busy fixing this mess, you
can figure on being replaced.
We, the people, don't need
rate raises in a down economy.
During downturns, you need
to be lowering 'rates and tak-
ing some pay cuts, not raises.
I can't believe the number of
raises that have been given in

this recession, instead of tak-
ing pay cuts. No,' rather you
cut services to the poor and
squeeze them for what ever
you can get. If they have to go
without heat and food, who
:cares? They can't fight back.
I challenge you to try living
on a fixed income with no fall
back or, better yet, live on an
income where petty bureau-
crats decided you don't
deserve it or they won't get
around to reviewing what they
have 'done to remove it for six
to 10 weeks. Maybe then you
won't be so callous. You real-
ly have no idea what it is to be
poor until you try it. This is
not living from paycheck to
pay check, but from having
little to having to beg for help
and finding for the.-most part
that it isn't available and your
stigmatized. Meanwhile your
credit goes to hell and you
can't get assisted housing,
because you have bad credit.
This has got to change.
Thank you for listening to
my rant. Now do something
other than just agree. Fix the
problem! You have the ability
to make a difference. Just do

Rev. Dr. Hank Malone
Ascension Lutheran Church

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determine what areas of
the home are. consuming
the most-energy.
Air-dry dishes instead
of using the heat option on
the dishwasher.
Turn off the computer
when not in use.
Plug home electronics,
such as' TVs and DVD
players, into powerstrips;
turn the power strips off
when the equipment is not
in use (TVs and DVDs in
standby mode still use sev-
eral watts of power).
*. Don't place lamps or
TV sets near the air condi-
tioning thermostat, The
thermostat senses heat
from these appliances,
which can cause the air
conditioner to run longer
than necessary.
Don't keep the refrig-

erator or freezer too cold.
Recommended tdmpera-
tures are 37 to 40 degrees
Fahrenheit for the fresh
fqod compartment of the
refrigerator, and 5 degrees
for the freezer section. If
you have a separate freezer
for long-term storage, it
should be kept at 0
* Dry towels and heavier
cottons in a separate load
from '. lighter-weight
Wash clothes in cold
water using cold-water
detergents whenever possi-

Low-cost options
Switch to all CFL
bulbs, indoors and out.
Install a timer on the
hot water heater to elimi-

nate a 24 hour pull on elec-
Install a programmable
thermostat that is compati-
ble with the heating and
cooling system, and utilize
the set-back feature to
maximize energy efficien-
cy when no one is home.
Caulk and weather-
strip doors and windows
that leak air.
Caulk and seal air leaks
where plumbing, 'duct
work or electrical wiring
penetrates through exterior
walls, floors and ceilings.
Install rubber' gaskets
behind outlet and -switch
plates on exterior walls.
Install aerating, low-
flow faucets and shower-
Insulate the. electric
hot-water storage tank, but

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be careful not to cover the
thermostat. Follow the
manufacturer's recommen-
Insulate the first 6 feet
of the hot and cold water.
pipes connected to the
water heater.
*. Consider installing
timers, photocells or occu-
pancy sensors to reduce the
amount of time the lights
are on.
The following are the
investment earning
options. These are higher-
cost tips, but could. save
plenty of money down the
road. FPU officials recom-
mend these following
adjustments after imple-
menting all other low-cost
Look for the ENERGY
STAR label on home alipli-

ances and products when
purchasing them. ENER-
GY STAR products meet
strict efficiency guidelines
set by the U.S.
Environmental .Protection
Agency and the- U.S.
Department of Energy.:
.* Increase the level of
insulation in the home. The
U.S. Department.of Energy
recommends Florida resi-
dents to insulate attics with
R-38 grade insulation, and.
walls'with R-13.
Consider natural gas or
propane on-demand or tan-
kless water heaters.
Research has found savings
can be up to 30 percent
compared with a. standard
storage tank water heater.,
When shopping for a
new clothes dryer, look for.
one with a moisture sensor

-that automatically shuts off
the machine when clothes
are dry.
When shopping for
new windows, look for the
National Fenestration
Rating Council's label; it
means the. window's, per-
formarice .is certified.
Select, windows with air
'leakage ratings of. 0.3
cubic. feet- per minute or
less. Double-paned glass
windows are- also more
efficient by' keeping the
cool or warm air in or out.
computer uses 70 percent.
less electricity than coni-
puters without this desig-
nation. If: 'left inactive,
ENERGY. STAR comput-
ers. enter a low-power
mode and use 15- watts or

Legislan.tors Continued From Page iA

businesses for certain services, could have driven their bills so that some .say PSC' members and continue to seek help from when not in use, putting thermo-
Lakey said. high. should be elected rather than any source they can find. One stats on timers, and closing up
A 13.8 percent rate increase Some suspected that the rela- appointed. Legislators at the member of the crowd said per-' cold-air pockets afe some of the
authorized by the Public Service tionship between the PSC and the meeting on Monday said they sonal responsibility also plays a steps residents can take them-
Commission was part of the utilities it regulates is too cozy, could do little at the state level role in keeping utility bills lower, selves.
power bill problem for cus- and could have influenced the about the bills themselves, and. and the legislators agreed. Utility bills weren't the only
tomers, but residents say they regulators to approve the urged residents to work with their FPU and other utilities offer topic of discussion Monday,
don't think that can account for increase. local governments and the utility free surveys to make sure that although it took up the bulk of the
all of the increase. The legislators said they've company toward a solution. each home is using power effi- session. See more on the meeting
.Many also don't believe that a heard complaints before about Several people said they're get- ciently. in an upcoming edition of the
weeks-long extreme cold snap, the, PSC-utility relationship,, and ting nowhere with that approach, Turning off' the water heater Floridan.

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good, very experienced educators. In my
opinion, this bill could cause districts to
lose good teachers."
Long explained that in her opinion,
the voluntary pre-kindergarten, or VPK,
program will suffer, even if all teachers
have a bachelor's degree.
"I think this bill would almost have a

reverse effect on VPK programs," Long
The VPK program was .passed as a
constitutional amendment in 2002. It
created a program designed to prepare
four-year-olds for kindergarten, and
build the foundation for their education-
al success.

The program allows a parent to enroll
his or'her eligible child in a VPK pro-
gram for free..
Long suspects that this program would
suffer if Rep. Long's bill passes, as pro-
gram finances are already tight. -
A 2008 report by the National Institute
for Early Education Research concluded

that while Florida is a national leader in
providing pre-kindergarten classes, the
program falls way behind in quality and
spending. -
These findings, fueled Rep. Long's
bill,, but they may not be enough shake
up more money for the. program in this
upcoming legislative session.,.

Adams Funeral Home
18034 Main St. North
Blountstown, FL 32424

Olive Towles

Olive Towles Burns, 96,
of Grand Ridge passed
away Friday, Feb. 19, 2010,
in Blountstown. She was a
1935 .graduate of Florida.
State Women's College in.
Tallahassee. She was an ac-
countant in charge' of the
Ration Board in Albany,
Ga. and was the director of
the chamber of .commerce
in Ft. Myers. She moved to
Grand Ridge in'41989 and
was a' member of the
Snead First Baptist
Church and Marianna*
Womap's Club. '
She is survived by a
daughter, Joan Jefferson
'Bennett of Grand 'Ridge;
grandchildren Charles
"Chuck" Lanier and his
wife Sharon, Stacy Lanier
Rainey and her husband
Andy, and Timothy Ben-
nett and his wife Michelle;
and 11 great-
Memorialization was by
cremation. Adams Funeral
Home was in charge of the
Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.'
Marianna, FL 32446

James M.

Mr. James M. Barbee, 83,
of Grand Ridge passed
away on Feb. 22, 2010, -in
the Calhoun-Liberty Hos-
pital in Blduntstown.
A lifelong resident of
Grand Ridge, Mr. Barbee
was a member of the
Grand Ridge Methodist
Church and had served his
country during World War
II in the Navy. After 38
years of service, Mr. Barbee
retired from Gulf Power as
supervisor over Scholtz
Generating Plant. Mr.
Barbee was an avid fisher-
man and enjoyed farming.
He always had a keen sci-
entific mind and he loved
to create new solutions and
jury-rig existing equipment
to maximize its potential.
Mr. Barbee was preceded
in death by his parents,
Monroe Barbee and Min-
nie Marie Moore Barbee;
brother Don B. Barbee; and
his nephew, Brett Barbee.
He survived by his wife
of 63 years, Mrs. Agnes
Barbee of Grand Ridge; one
son, Jimmy. Barbee of
T 1Grand Ridge; one niece,
Sheila Collins of Tallahas-

.see;' and three nephews,
Donald Wayne Barbee and
his wife Tanya of Grand
Ridge, Tom Barbee and his
wife Cindy of Marianna
and Jarice Barbee of
- Sneads.
The funeral service for
Mr. Barbee will be at 2 p.m.'
Thursday, Feb. 25, in the
Marianna Chapel Funeral
Home with Jimmy Barbee
officiating. Interment will
follow in the Cypress Cem-
A time of visitation will
be held one hour .prior to
Donations may be made
to Covenant Hospice, 4440
Lafayette St., Suite C, Ma-
rianna, FL 32446.
SMarianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
Expressions of sympathy
maybe submitted online at

Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446

James Aaron

Mr. James Aaron
Braxton, 83, of Cottondale
passed away on Monday,
Feb. 22, 2010, in Jackson
Mr. Braxton born on Jan.
26, 1927, to the late Melton
C. Braxton and Clara Toole
Braxton. He had been a-
lifetime resident' of this
area and attended
Cottondale Assembly of
God Church. He was a
farmer and specialized in
homebuilding. Mr. Braxton
was. a loving father, hus-
band and brother.
Mr. Braxton was preced-
ed in death by his parents,
Melton and Clara-Braxton;
and two sisters, Miraim
Moore and Eloise Evans.
He is survived by his wife
of 43 years, Mrs. Thelma
Grace Braxton of
Cottondale; two sons,
James W. Braxton and his
wife Mary of Framingham,
Mass., and Milton D..
Braxton and his wife Cher-
yl, of Framingham; one
daughter, Paula Braxton
Eaton and. her husband
Drew, of Valrico; five
brothers, Melton C.
Braxton Jr. and his wife
Johnny Sue, of
Winterhaven, Mose
Braxton and his wife Joyce,
of Cottondale, David
Braxton and his wife Mar-
gie, of Cottondale, Joseph
Braxton, of St. Pete, and'
Paul Braxton and his wife
Elizabeth, of Marianna;
three sisters, Esther Robin
Braxton, of Cottondale, Eu-
nice McCall, of
Winterhaven, and Alice
Merchant and her husband
Coy R., of Stone Mountain,

Ga.; five grandchildren,
Dee Eaton Hanily, Brian D.
Eaton, Erin Braxton, Jackie
Braxton and Joseph
Braxton; and one great-
grandchild, Noah'Hanily.
Funeral services for Mr.
Braxton will' be' at 2 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 27, in the
Marianna Chapel Funeral
Home with .Rev. James
Lamb officiating. Inter-
ment will follow in the
Cottondale' Assembly of
God Church Cemetery.
There will be a time of vis-
itation one hour prior to
Serving .as Mr. Braxton
pallbearers will be Drew
Eaton, Brian Eaton, Ste-
phen Hanily, J.W. Braxton,
Kenneth Braxton; Mathew
Braxton and honorary pall-
bearer, Milton Braxton. ,,
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
rangements. .
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at

James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446

Brenda Sue

Brenda Sue Canman, 59,
of Malone, died Tuesday,
Feb. 23, 2010, at her resi-
dence. "
Brenda was a native and*
lifelong resident of Jackson
County, where she was a
She is preceded in death
.by her parents, Charles and
Edna Ellis; and three broth-
She is'survived by her
husband, Joe Canman; two
sons, Warren and Josh
Canman; one daughter,
Vicki Canman;. and one
granddaughter, Bayla
Grace Canman, all of Ma-
The graveside funeral
service will be at 10 a.m.
Friday, Feb. 26, at Pinecrest
Memorial Gardens, with'
the Rev. Gino Mayo offi-
ciating. Interment will fol-
low with James & Sikes Fu-
neral Home Maddox Chap-
el directing.
'No visitation is planned.
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446

Michael Lee

Michael Lee Smith, 36, of
Marianna died Thursday,
Feb. 18, 2010, in Marianna.
Born in San Bernando,
Calif., Michael was a for-

mer resident of Arkansas
and had resided in Jackson-
County for the past seven

years, where he was 'em-
ployed as a meat cutter
withSmith Grocery.
He was preceded in
death by his brother, Chris-
topher Daniel Odom.
Survivors include his
wife, Melissa Smith of Ma-
rianna; two sons, 'Chris
Massey and fiance Tonya
Smith, and Bobby Hum-
, phrey all of Bonifay; -one
daughter,. Samantha
Ashmead of Cottondale;
his father and stepmother,
Mac and Debi Odom, of
Marianna; mother and
stepfather Vikki and Tom
Miller of Worland Wyo.;
two brothers, Jason Odom
and fiance Jessie Nobles of
Callaway, and Michael Lee
McLendon of Baton Rouge,
La.; a sister, Donna
Harrelson and husband
David of- Gautier, Miss.;
three grandchildren, and
several cousins, nieces and
The funeral service will
be,2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 26, at
James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel,
with the Rev. Glen
Whiddon officiating.
Memorialization will be by
cremation with James &
Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel directing.
The family will receive
friends 'from 11 a.m. until
funeral time -Friday, Feb.
26, at Maddox Chapel.

James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel
4278 Lafayette St.
Marianna, FL 32446

Daniel Odom

Christopher. Daniel
Odom, ,35, of Marianna,
died Thursday, Feb. 19,
2010, in Marianna.
Born in Pascagoula,
Miss., a carpenter by trade,
Christopher had resided in
Jackson County for the past
16 years. He was an avid
sportsman and a devoted
He was .preceded in
death by his brother, Mi-
chael Lee Smith.
Survivors include two
sons, Zack and Victor
Odom of Marianna; his fa-
ther and step-mother, Mac
and Debi Odom of Marian-
na; mother and' stepfather,.
Vikki and Tom Miller of
Billings, Wyo.; two broth-
ers, Jason Odom of Marian-
na, and Michael Lee
McLendon of Baton Rouge,
La.; one sister, Donna
Harrelson and husband
David of Gautier, Miss.;
and several cousins, nieces
and nephews.
The funeral service will
be 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 26, at

James & ,Sikes.. Funeral Marianna until. her senior
Home Maddox Chapel, years, when she .moved to
with the Rev. Glen the Washington, D.C. area
Whiddon .' officiating, to be closer to many of her
Memorialization will be by children: She was a loving
cremation with James & wife, wonderful mother,
Sikes Funeral Home Mad- and God-filled'woman.,
dox Chapel directing. She was preceded in
The family will receive death by her parents; hus-
friends from 11 a.m. until' band W.C. Pollock; her
funeral time Friday, Feb. daughter, Lartha Pollock,
26, at Maddox Chapel. one brother; three sisters;
one stepson; one son-in-
James & Sikes Funeral law; and her special daddy,
Home Maddox Chapel Willie Milton.
4278 Lafayette St. She is survived by 12 chil-
Marianna, FL32446 dren, 19 grandchildren, 8
482-2332 great-grandchildren, and
other relatives and friends.
Gerald Parker Visitation will be Friday,
Feb. 26, from 4. to 7 p.m.
Gerald Parker, 78, of Ma-' The funeral service will be
rianna passed away Tues- Saturday, Feb. 27, .at 11
day, -Feb. 23, 2010, in Jack- a.m. at the New-Mt. Olive
son Hospital. Missionary Baptist Church,
Arrangements will be an- 2870 Barne.St., 3Marian a,
nounced later by James & FL 32448. The fiRev. Robet
Sikes Funeral' Home Mad- Wooden is officiating. In-
dox Chapel. terment follows at Liberty
Hill 'Cgmetery in Bascom.
James & Sikes Funeral Vann Funeral Home is in
Home Maddox Chapel charge of arrangements.

4278 Lafayette St..
Marianna, FL 32446

Bill Parramore

The funeral service for
Bill Parramore willsbe at 10
a.m. Thursday, Feb. 25,
2010, at the First Baptist
Church of Marianna. The
family will receive friends.
"one hour prior to service at
First Baptist Church. Inter-
ment will follow in
SPinecrest *Memorial Gar-
dens with James & Sikes
Funeral Home Maddox
Chapel directing.
Flowers will be accepted,
or memorial contributions
may be made to the Jack-
son County Special Olym-
pics, Sunland Center 3700
Williams Drive, Marianna,
FL 32446, ATTN: Karen
Vann Funeral Home
4265 St. Andrews St.
Marianna, FL 32448

.Rachel Pollock, 88, of Ma-
rianna passed away peace-.
fully on Friday, Feb. 5,
2010, at Prince George's
County Hospital, near fam-
ily and friends in Maryland.
She was born to the late
Henry and Albertha Dick-
son on Oct. 24, 1921, and
resided most of her life in

Funeral Home
Sneads, FL


Mrs. Doris Resmondo
Ramsey, 60, passed away
Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2010. She
was originally from Pensa-
cola, and had lived in
Sneads for the- past 19
years. Doris loved antique
automobiles and appreci-
ated all her friends in the .
Tallahassee Streetrodders.
She attended the First
Methodist Church in
Sneads, and would like
donations sent to the Capi-
tal Out Lay Fund, 8042
Church 'St., Sneads, FL
Mrs. Ramsey is survived
bT her loving husband of
39 years, Leon; her chil-
dren, Matt and Heather
Ramsey of Austin, Texas,
and Michelle and Jason
Dennard of Tallahassee;
one brother, Alvin
Resmondo; two sisters,
Gloria Resmondo and Lin-
da Potts, all of Pensacola;
and her extended family,
Annette and Charlie Hurst
and Bill and Frances Wor-
thington of Tallahassee.
She loved all her nieces
and nephews. She was pre-.
ceded in death by a sister,
Janis Crabb.
The memorial service
will be at the Sneads First
United Methodist Church,
Thursday, Feb. 25, at 11
a.m. CST, with visitation
taking place one hour
ahead at 10 a.m. CST.
Lanier-Andler Funeral
Home is in charge of ar-


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Karen Henrickson, center, looks on. Contributed Photo ners Courtney Austin and Raven Windham, and Junior Miss Sasha Robber. Contributed Photo

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Rickards races past

Marianna 66-46 in

regional semifinals
The Marianna Bulldogs' dreams of
another trip to Lakeland were dashed
Tuesday night in Marianna, with the
Rickards Raiders taking a 66-46 victory.
Rickards (26-0) advances to the region-
al finals where it will host Ribault on
Saturday for a spot in the final four. .
Christopher Bryant led the Raiders with
19 points Tuesday, with Avery Moore
adding' 16, and Devonte Johnson 15.
Marianna (26-4) was led by Kruize
Pinkins' 15 points, with Tre Long adding
12. The Bulldogs led 13-8 after one peri-
od, but a 19-3 run to start the second quar-
ter by Rickards gave the Raiders a 27-16
lead.,MHS rallied to cut the deficit to six
at halftime, then cut it to one at 29-28
early in the third.
But Rickards finished the quarter on a
15-5 run to go up 44-33, then pushed the*
lead to 19 at 56-37 with .3:17 to go...
"(Rickards) made a run their late in the
third and got away from us," Marianna
coach Travis* Blanton said after the game.
"They're good enough to win -it all. I
wouldn't be surprised to see them play
(two-time defending state champions
Pine Crest) for the title.
"My guys competed and played as hard
as they can. Sometimes, somebody is just
better than you. (The Raiders) were, and
they deserved to win."
Marianna scored the first six points of.
the game, but Rickards began to take con-
trol early in the second period, getting
back-to-back 3-pointers by Moore and
Johnson to make it 27-16.
Moore started the fourth by making a
jumper, then getting a steal and finding.
Jakari Bush for a bucket to make it 48-33
less than a minute into the period. '

The Graceville Tigers dropped
their third straight game Monday
night at home,' falling to
Wewahitchka 15-1 in five innings.
It was the second time in four
days that the Gators beat the Tigers,
with Wewa taking a 11-1 win on
Friday in Graceville.
On Monday, the Gators jumped
out to a 4-0 lead in the first inning
and dominated the action from start
to finish.
Wewa Out-hit Graceville 19-2 on
the game, and committed jusf two
errors, to five for the Tigers.
Cody Wade led the Gators offen-
sively, going 4-for-4 with two RBI,
with Baylen Price and Juistin
Flowers each adding three hits as
Brandon Mayhann was 2-for-5
with a run and three RBI for Wewa,
with Beau McCorvey and Flowers
each adding two RBI got the
Price started on the mound and


"We're just not hitting
the ball, and we're
making too many errors
right now."
-Travis Miller,
Graceville coach
got the win for Wewa, pitching
three innings and surrendering one
run on two hits, a strikeout, and a
Heath Bailey pitched two score-
less innings in relief, striking out
four and walking none.
Nick Paprzycki started for
Graceville and took the loss.
"We just didn't play good,"
Tigers coach Travis "Miller said of
his team. "They hit the balland out-
played us. We didn't'play good, and
they played a lot better than us."
Graceville won its season-opener
over 'Malone, 5-3, but the Tigers
See TIGERS, Page 2B >


A pair of Rickards defenders trap Marianna's Nene Gilbert (12) during a 3A Regional
Semifinal game in Marianna. Rickards won 66-46. Mark Skinner/Floridan

Graceville's Jacky Miles -throws a pitch during a game
against Wewahitchka on Monday night in Graceville.
Wewahitchka won the game 15-1 in five innings. It was the
second straight win for Wewa over Graceville this season,
and the third in a row for the Tigers. Mark.

Banged up Indians try to regroup after tough weekend

After winning eight of
nine games'earlier this year,
the Chipola Indians have
dropped three of their last
four. The most recent loss
was by the count of 11-5 to
College of Southern Nevada
on Saturday on the road.
The Indians participated
in the Southqrn Nevada
Classic over the weekend,
dropping all three games
against College of Southern
Nevada, and beating
Cypress.8-7 in 10 innings.
"It was pretty embarrass-
ing the way we played,"
Indians coach Jeff Johnson
said. "We didn't play with a
whole lot of desire and com-
petitiveness. (CSN) had a.
very good glub. They did all
the things we didn't do.
"Normally what happens
when you play a good club
and you're not ready to play
is you get your butt beat,
and that's what happened to
CSN won the first two
games 6-4 and 9-1.
Chipola bounced back

against Cypress, rallying'
from a 5-1 deficit to send it
to extra innings, and win-
ning on a Josh Allen home
run in the top of the 10th
In the final game against
CSN, the Indians found
themselves d6wn 5-0 but
rallied to tie it with five runs,
in the third inning.
CSN answered.with three
in the bottom of the third,
and two more in the fourth
to pull away.
Blake Newalu, Josh
Allen, and Cody Martin all
had two hits for the Indians,
who had 10 base knocks for
the game, but also three
"The first game we had a
chance to win it, but we
blew some opportunities
and made some errors,"
Johnson said. '"They had
some good pitching, and
they stacked it up for us. We
saw some really good arms.
"The defense let us down
in the second, game, and we
didn't do much offensively
See INDIANS, Page 2B >

Chipola pitcher Johnny Cristi gets ready to deliver a pitch during a game
earlier this season at Chipola Field. After a five-game winning streak
improved the Indians' record to 8-3, Chipola has lost three of its last four
games to fall to 9-6. All three losses have come to the College of Southern
Nevada, the last coming on Saturday by a score of 11-5. The lone win
came against Cypress on Saturday in 10 innings, 8-7. Chipola returns
home this weekend to take on Miami-Dade, St. Petersburg, Middle
Georgia, and Kanakee. Floridan File Photo


Cooper, So., Gulf Coast; Latraius
Mosely, Fr., Northwest Florida
Honorable Mention: Sam
Grooms, Fr., Chipola; Michael
See TEAMS, Page 2B >


Tigers drop third straight

against Wewahitchka

GHS girls

stay hot
The Graceville Lady Tigers
softball team continued' its hot
play Monday night, takirig a 15-0
win over Malone in three innings.
The victory is the thirdin a row
for the Lady Tigers since a sea-
son-opening loss to.Marianna.
Graceville got a huge offensive
day from freshman Taylor
McDaniel, who drove in six runs
to lead the Lady Tigers attack.
Liza Johnson started in the cir-
cle for Graceville and pitched all
three innings, striking out three,
and limiting Malone to only one
hit. McDaniel got things going
for Graceville with her team lead-
ing 1-0 and the bases loaded, as
she hit a 3-1 pitch over the left
field wall for a grand slam.
.An RBI single by Andi Pierce
later in the inning made it 7-0,
with a dropped fly ball on a
Johnson hit allowing two more
runs to score.
An RBI double by McDaniel
gave her five RBI in the inning,
and a 10-0 Graceville lead.
Kendall Asbury singled to
score McDaniel, then Heather
See HOT, Page 2B

Hewett named


of the Week
Chipola College's Michelle
Hewett is this week's FCCAA
Softball Player of the Week.
Hewett, a sophomore center-
fielder from Marianna, batted
.727 (16-for-22) with 10 runs
scored, nine RBI and 10 stolen
bases over
seven games.
-She' batted
safely in all
seven games,
recording six:.
multi-hit games
and five three-
hit outings. She
also scored at
least one run in Michelle
six of the games Hewett:
and was 10-for-
10 on stolen base attempts..
Her top performance came
against Stanly on Feb. 20 when
she went 3-for-3 with three runs
scored and three stolen bases.
The (17-4) Lady Indians are
ranked second in the FCCAA
softball poll, and host Lakeland
College today in a 2 p.m.

Tallahassee leads


teams with 14
Tallahassee Community
College placed a league-high 14
players on the All-Panhandle
Conference men's and women's
' basketball teams, which were
released on Monday.
TCC had a league-high eight
players named to the men's
teams, while the Lady Eagles
.placed six players on the
women's all-conference squads.
Of the 14 selections, six were
first-team picks, including four
by the TCC men.
Men's Basketball Coaches'
All-Panhandle Conference
First-team: Brian Bryant, So.,
Northwest Florida State; Bernard
James, So., Tallahassee; Marvell
Waithe, So., Tallahassee; Toby
Veal, So., Northwest Florida
State; Willie Kirkland, So., Gulf
Coast; Sherrard Brantley, Fr.,
Northwest Florida State; Juevol
Myles, Fr., Tallahassee; Dexter
Ellington, So., Chipola; Hugh
Robertson, So., Tallahassee;
Javon Dawson, Fr., Gulf Coast;
Shawntez Patterson, So.,
Pensacola; Michael Porrini, So.,
Gulf Coast.
Second-team: Keith Dewitt,
Fr., Chipola; Johnie Davis, So.,
Gulf Coast; Justin Wright, Fr.,
Pensacola; Lashay Page, Fr.,
Chipola; Eric Buckner, So., Gulf
Coast; Kahlil Owens, Fr.,
Northwest Florida State; Paul

2B Wednesday, February 24, 2010 Jackson County Floridan

5K Fun Run
On Feb. 27, the Sneads
Relay for Life Team and
Marianna Area Runners
Club will host a 5K
race/whalk 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
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-
For a $50 donation,
sponsor's name can
appear on back of 5K t-
shirt. E-mail starry-

Benefit Bog-In
The Altha Dixie Youth
Baseball Program is hav-
ing a benefit bog-in at 2
p.m. on Feb. 27 at the
Altha Area Recreational
Complex to. support
Dixie Youth Baseball.
Gates open at 10 a.m.,
with food and drinks
available for all.
There's a $10 entry
fee. Children 12 and
under get in free.
For more info, call
Richard Hall at 850-272-

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
SOlympics 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.

5K Race
There will be a 5K run
at Torreya State Park in
Bristol on March 13
from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Proceeds from the race
go to buying vaccina-
tions to give to the

Sneads Project
The Sneads Project
Graduation Committee
will hold a 5K run/walk
and a 1-mile Fun Run on
March 20 at Sneads Park
from 7:25,a.m. to 10:25
All proceeds will go t
Sneads Project
Graduation to keep sen-
iors safe on graduation

Big Bend Baseball
The Big Bend Baseball
League of Florida will
franchise two additional
teams for the 2010 base-
ball season.
The Chipley Bruins
and the Destin Dawgs
will join the Bay County
Brewers and the Jackson
County Jays to make up
the western division of
the league.
The eastern division
will consist of the
Chattahoochee Red
Birds, Liberty County
Diamond Dawgs, Gulf
County Drive, and the
Calhoun County'
League play is sched-
uled to begin March 13-

14, with all first round
scheduled games to be
played in Chipley, as the
Big Bend Baseball
League Kick-off Classic.

Sports Items
Send all sports items to
editorial@jcfloridan. co
m, or fax them to 850-
482-4478. The mailing
address for the paper is
Jackson County Floridan
P.O. Box 520 Marianna,
FL 32447.

Continued From Page 1B

Against Cypress, depth," the coach said.
Chipola freshman Levon Rapp and Etchison were
Washington was ejected for listed as day-to-day by
running over the catcher Johnson, though Fermin is
and will miss three games. expected to miss 2-to-4
The Indians were also weeks.
without outfielder Joey "We lost a lot of sopho-
Rapp, who had a wrist more leadership in that
injury, catcher Aaron bunch, so we have to see
Etchison (ankle), and sec- who picks it up and steps
ond baseman Andy Fermin up," Johnson said.
(hamstring)." Johnson said The coach said that
he hopes to find a positive Allen, freshman Tyrone
in his team's injury woes. Dawson, and third baseman
"Some guys showed Michael Revell would get
some stuff over the week- looks at catcher until
end, so at least during this Etchison returns.
time with people down, Chipola hosts Miami-
maybe we can create some Dade on Friday at 1 p.m.

Continued From Page 1B

have been routed three
straight times'since. ,
Marianna beat Gracevile
1'8-0 before the losses to
Wewa, meaning "the Tigers
have been out-scored 44-2
since the win over Malone.
"We're just not hitting
the ball, and we're making
too many errors right
now," Miller said. "We're'
not hitting, but we're not

making plays either. We're
not making routine plays,
and we don't make the
tough plays, so we've been
having a hard time getting
,* "That combined with a
few hits, here and there
costs you runs."
The Tigers were sched-
uled to take on Vernon on,
Tuesday, night at, home..


Continued From Page 1B

Thompson singled to score
Brittany Flournoy to com-
plete the 12-run inning.
In the second inning,
Malone coach Greg Ford
replaced starting pitcher
Venisha Hearns with Sara
Newsome, but. two walks
and a hit batter loaded the
bases with none out for
Newsome struck out
Johnson for the first out,
but walks to McDaniel and
Flournoy made. it. 14-0.
Asbury was then hit by a
pitch to bring the 15th run
to the plate.
Hearns recorded.the only
hit of the game for Malone.
Graceville got contribu-
tions from everyone in the
game, but it was the
Cottondale transfer
McDaniel who had the
biggest day.
"Taylor -has been
stroking the ball,"
Graceville coach Joshua
Graham said after the
game. "She really got a
hold of (the grand slam).
When she hit it, you just'
knew it was gone..
"She has been hitting
tremendously well for this
early in. the. season. I'm

hoping it doesn't slack off
as the season progresses,
and she keeps getting bet-
ter. It's good to have a
strong bat coming in the 5-
spot with two really good
hitters ahead of her that can
produce some runs like
Shaquel (Johnson) ,and
The Lady Tigers will fin-
ish the season with two dis-
trict games, starting
Thursday with a road trip to
Sneads before returning
home Saturday to host
Sneads is undefeated to
start' the season, taking
wins over Chipley, Holmes,
County and Cottondale.
Bozeman defeated
Cottondale in its district-
opener, and was scheduled
to take on Vernon on
Tuesday night.
"Sneads has got; a good
squad this year, and histori-
cally we have not done well
against : them," Graham
said. "But I'.m hoping with
as hot as- our bats are, we
can.turn things around and
have a good game against
Graceville's three wins
have all been impressive,

and all have come on either
the 10-run or 15-run rule.
However, the next two
games represent a step up .
in competition for the Lady
Tigers, which Graham said
his team was well-aware
" "Sneads and Bozeman
are two of the better teams
in district," the coach said.
"They're both hitting it
really well, and we know
that Sneads' pitching is
really good. But we're
looking forward to the
After scoring only two. '
runs in the opener, the Lady
Tigers have totaled 45 runs
in their past three games,
something Graham said he
hopes will continue.
"So far, our pitching has
been decent, but our hitting
has been really good," the
coach said. "I hope we
don't cool off and we can
continue this trend. '
"We've come to play,
we're not going to roll over
and' just let these estab-
lished teams roll over us.
We're going to come out
and fight for it. I'm.proud
of the way the girls are
playing this year."

Teams : C
Continued From Page 1B

Spease, Fr., Tallahassee;
Tim Owens, So.,
Tallahassee; Terrell Barrett,
So., Tallahassee; Carlyle
Francis, Fr., Tallahassee.
Player of the Year. Brian.
Bryant, Northwest Florida
State. !
Freshman of the Year:'
Sherrard Brantley,
Northwest Florida State. :
Newcomer of the Year:
Toby Veal, Northwest
Florida State.
Coach of the Year: Bruce
Stewart, Northwest Florida
Women's Basketball
Coaches' All-Panhandle
Conference Teams
First-team: Andrea
Smith, So., Gulf Coast;
Bianca Jarrett, So.,
Chipola; Deana Allen, So.,.

Pensacola; Shamar Harris,
So., Northwest Florida
State; Karneshia Garrett,.
Fr., Pensacola; Mansa El,
So., Tallahassee; Ty
O'Neil; Fr., Chipola; Kyra
Crosby, Fr., Gulf Coast;
Myeshia Simms, So.,
Northwest Florida State;
'Taylor Dalrymple, So.,
Gulf Coast; Josette
Campbell, So.,; Northwest
Florida State; Porche'
Bentley, Fr., Tallahassee.
Second-team: Tyesha
Robinson, Fr., Tallahassee;
Meghan Perkins, Fr.,
Pensacola; Jessica Merritt,
Fr.,- Pensacola; Paige,
McCallum, So., Gulf
Coast; Izzy Chilcott, So.,
Pensacola; Andrell Smith,
Fr., Gulf Coast; Lindsey
Carr, Fr., Chipola; Vontrice

Dennis, So., Northwest
Florida State; Ashley
White, Fr., Tallahassee;
Najat Ouardad, Fr.,
Pensacola; Angie Felton,
So., Gulf Coast.-a
Honorable '.Mention: W.-
Ance Celmina, Fr.,
Chipola; Malesha..
Petterson, Fr., Chipola;E
Cayla Walker, Fr., Chipola;
Shavonne Seymore, So.,
Northwest Florida. State;
Keri Thomas, Fr.,
Tallahassee; Samantha
Smith, So., Tallahassee.
Player of the Year: .
Andrea Smith, dulf Coast.
Freshman of the Year:.
Karneshia Garrett, 2193 S. Hwy. 71
Coachof the' Year:.: 850-526-2969Marianna
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0-Ast iWat g 250 hours, used on 225HP Johnson Mtr, 899-2025 Unimiteds 41 k Leather eur recliner, req.n em ar emxc
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PClustr ng 14 kt. Unfurnished windshiel3432/85 14 Geat con. $,850. Sleeps 6 Askinges cond. dsin master Ma o theopons. 2006Lo Ba r Boy a / Buggy
Kayg sz. butcan 0 Center Console, boat, sleeps 8, 1.5 bath. towrake system, $160,000.b50- 10 all (34)585-9488 [ Auto Engines/
e re-sized, can be BRBA, apt., in real estate 85482-8256or 334-790-7918 32"colortv100 Doll fur nishings (dishes, P Photosmart 8200-ts/is
33use as wedding town, $450. m. 850- t $4(85 20)592008 F r 180 r tall, r P rinter Almost new in Mar. exc
Rent to Own:2& 3BR farm only, runs per- Dual Axle Tr. w/ Auto air, 6 yl,$75kF w

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ClusterRing 14 kt Un d 3432/8508146515 Great cond.$6,850. Sleeps 6; Asking condo. selling due to 2 bath. Loaded! and battery charger

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side. Pd $2,600. on 2BR lBA in nice m ngbad 565, TAC, Tioga Arrow 27ft5 TA rn gd P Mi
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$1500 frm no $5759+d85 dep 334e FE798MA 0010 Sea Fox 04w2 Itot, 140 Motordhome '-86,r I At r.o,
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334-790-4892 | uesUfu shed Mercrulser 350 MPIo cond.$8500 726-4835 2Slideuts, Loaded, n aWell, lOW amiles,l C .V6m lOw mile-
1________ Snap in carpet and Wellcraft 88' 23 ft. Like new. $20,500. damage. $5000. _- -_ $7000. OBO ,
SMscellaneous | 3/1 Brick home, 8mt covers.A ton of ac Center counsel 225 334-406-4555 850 526 2840. -r 1 ,,',, 334-347-0619
+ $500 dep. 80-569- One DW 3/2 $27900 cessori as includedI Johnson outboard
5940 dep Includes Setup Call Call for all of the a $4500 in electronics.
a l 804 8 4 Brad 850-763-7780 trash. Excellent condi- Sale $8,500. 334-235- |a .TW' "w
SRAINBOW Cleaning 3/1 home for rent in nation. $27 000.00 OBO. 2995 t -
al34B Fairway. 2 car Manufactured op aTrai allers
$500-$1300. Austin Tyler&Assoc garage, lgdeck, nHomesforSale dmg. $ 50 .$70
Quality homes for. I screen porch, s n 14u New Enclosed.'
+ $oo rent 850- 526-3355 OneI Cargo Tr
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Estate Sale: Sat & 850-526-8367 w/BAR, UTIL. RM, 334) 98399 4825631/57733 GAL AQUARIUM- 32 cal. revolver, H&R Collectable Campbell FRYE ANKLE BOOTS- New lighted ceiling
* Sun 2/27 &2/28 8-? New 3/2 house.4 NEW DECK, (877) 692-8812 2005 Gulfstream 5th wall accessories $20 model 632, Fits in Soup Dollsorig. Rusty color, NEW fan w/wooden pan-
2638 3RD ST, C'dale rent Compass Lk APPROX. 2210 Wheel, 4 slideouts (850)592-2507 pocket $200 850- box/paperwork, $50 Womens 8. $50 els $25 OBO 850-482-
Everything must go area on 15 ac0 lot SQ.FT $139,000, NEW $29,000 - 569-2194 both 850-526-3426 (850)592-2507 7888
LeytAR Hmast HousesrnS)is, lo 8e CA$ 29 ft. Frleetwood 1997 with All Accesories coorv Doll buggy, antique HP Photosmart 8200- OdTrunk
O usfully self contained, $40 (850)5922507 850-569-2880 replica, 14" tail,for Printer Almost new wood/leather/black/
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u avail. 3/1/10 in G DN.,ESiUCK& AC8 $19,900 1272 0_ 1915 Ithaca dbl steel Amyrilla for sale: bride, sz 8, tag still WahWah pedal, like 80482 40
Bascom, For info callGOW 3Bk sales. Cal Paul 50-2722871 057ls of pieces to
850 272-3210 DOUBLEWIDE 5th Wheel '06 36 ft barrel 12 gauge shot- $15/doz. Discount for on, teal beaded $25 new, $50.850-482- Quilting Fabric, lots &
Everythin must 8.areaon1502 1 ac l. $ Ngun $485 00 850- bulk sales. Call Paul 850-272-2871 4057 2 lots of pieces to
(LAVERPHILLS!! 4 Bedroom, 2 Bath. Montego Bay, 4..._..__- 263-2701 choose from. $1/ea
850i573 & Dod5 Ra6 50-4-! _ Ente-tainment Lady's & Gents Vc-. 850-272-8967
pet i s33-7Mobile0Homes "R ESULTS! ,s7Up&Ac-2$3,9 f. '073500 Diesel 2007 Dodge Caliber Black&floral Rec- Center--Bookcase torianChairs$o
Your pet deserves a l- for Rent .2003 DOUBLE WIDE dually. Tow package Slush Mats w/logo, tangle or octagon 6'x6'x16" LT. Oak Fin- pair 850-592-3 (over 800 hrs left)
leg, caring home. An ad aIr& Reese Hitch set f 4, like new, $40 rugs, $25/ea 860- ish $50 (850)592-2507 LfrTn gBeBub
/ for a free pet may draw h fs i 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath-' Asking $74,300. 850-482-5874 592-3261 L$8/ea or $20 for all
response from individuals 2/1 in Grand Ridge niS0349 -Dsmt--JmH4,947
toseoaoma1fo9$400/m2+1415ephaca steel0334-655-1100.. Chrome bug d:fle- FREE: SawduSt, bag. SAMBO- 1st Edition 34 850-209-5294
research or breeding par 850-92-571 T h e FEMA UNITS KEYSTONE '07 2 Brown book-. tor for '04- '06 Ford ged & ready to go. 1939 Whitman Pub. Toddler Car Seat,
pesPlease screen r / Copper Canyon 5th shelves, 70" high or Mercury SUV, new 850-592-9227 or 557- $35 (850)592-2507 brown, nice condition
S ntae e Located C r ass if i 4 d s is whre is. wheel 2 slide, su r- $20/ea 850-592-3261 $90. 850-209-5294 239425 v w- $35 850-526-3426
gingns ns $ 0m unio chse from round soundAn gy liv- 2 Pioneer 12's al- Dishwasher $40, Fridge $125, white, back chair, perfect Wedding dress,
geingnanmayawa& hn850-573-0308. $15,900 ing area $27,500,
__$15,900 334-618-572 ready in box, $175 white, good cond. good cond. 850-482- condo. $40 850-592- strapless, worn once,
SBirds.Bees & Fish Looking for energetic, self-motivated I &Fs Ja - --

Sales Person. Exip. pref. but not
necessary. Call 850-526-7578
Quail for Sale ask for Shorty
flight condition
Ready for hunting Full Time Cashier position also available
850-326-3016 at campsite. Apply in person at
Arrowhead Campsite.
Shippers, Bulk Order Fillers,
AKC Registered and Repack Fillers
Sheltie puppies, Born 1st Shift- 7a-3:30p M-F
Dec. 28th, 2009. $350. 2nd Shift-7p-5:30a M-TH
Sable/White. 1-M & Pay rates vary from $9.00-$11.75 per hr.
1- F. 334-677-0055
3 5 Heavy lifting required
Beautiful long black Must be able to pass drug screen and
hair male Chihuahua Background Check
puppy,6 wks old, CKC For more information call: (888)946-9675
reg, shots & wormed
$325 850-209-0798
Healthy Families Program Supervisor
CKC Mini Dachshund Human Services professional to be
puppies, 2 males, 10 responsible for management and
wks old, wormed supervision of Healthy Families Services
shots, health cert. in Washington & Holmes Counties. The
Dame & Sire on site main office for this position is located
$175 850-592-2852 in Chipley; requires travel in Jackson,
S.E. ALABAMA Holmes, & Washington Counties. Position
KENNEL CLUB requires minimum of Bachelor's degree
KENNELCLUBs and 1 year exp. working with diverse
Good Manners families. Apply at Habilitative Services
Obedience, Rally at 4440 Putnam St. Marianna.
Basic, &Confirmation Application deadline is 5:00 PM
Classes, Starts on 2/26/10. Position sponsored by
March 2nd, 2010, $45 Habilitative Services of North Florida,
for 6 weeks. Healthy Families Florida, and the
299-334-598-9, or 334-714 .Department of Children and Families.
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FORD '05 500 SLE. Inlniti '01 I 0120K parts car 1958 Mep Trmph (Dayx.na -ower steering CHEVY '03 Silverado, g9 am 1500 base, runs & looks
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system $10,500 OBO LLC 1919 West Main Power back t brae, 334- OBO 33 87.9845 or cond.$11,400 OBO hunter green, tact the Community
334-695-3550 St. 334-699-5880 windshield.Gigantic 693.9390 or 701-5588 New .0916 Trailer, 334-355-1118 334-689-9052 Custom fierglass leen, Development Depart-
Infinity 97 J30 430cid engine, Push United Motor'Scooter used once, 7000 _hood, 22" hood ent between 7:30
142,000 miles button trains. Wiln '08. 80mpg, 1000 mi.'s GVWR, 2 axels pd Wanted scoop, stainless Navistar 98 Eagle, m. and 4:30 p.m.
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KIA'03 RIO, Blue 57K 52 0 0k0p so wdr l trade Yamaha-01 RoadStar 850-569-2262 Alum. tool box, 6" eni tne ed Street, Marianna,
Miles, w/warranty, r a good work Midnight Ed 1600, Vans Corvair for parts lift kit, 6" glass equipment included Street, Marianna,
new tires, LOADED truck.Caltext 796 cover,3000+ miles. Vans 196569 will haul off. packs, alum. racing condition. $10500. phone at 850) 482-
$4,800 OBO 229-334- 0755 Nights and Black 5900.00, OBO 334-678-6990 rms Lots of .extras condition. $10,50 0.72 or 334- 9637
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8520 3343551202 JAGUAR '95 XJS weekends only ps. (334)655-911178 Chevy Step Van, Chevy 4 Siverao eeds some work 899-6594
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Silver/Beige excel- 334-699-5880. Chevy 03' Astro van trailing mirrors, crew D I Engine Automatic sons needing a spe-
334-687-3189 JEEP '06 Wrangler Ltpack. 61K actual cab, ext. bed. loaded, Poer brake & cal accommodation
3346873189 soft top, 49K mil, 2 m rear air very nce Ex., gas mileage, indows ea to participate in this
Mitsubishi '06 Raider door, auto, 4 whees condo. $7.80 00 -- Super Cond.. DODGE RAM '04, 1500 $7,800. Call 792-0603. meeting should con-
Duro Cross, Crew drive $13,500.334- 7 Yam ae'05 Vm ax 347-5560 ater6pm 23000. 5.7KHemi,nsilver ,2wd, tact the Planning
$Cab, V8, Loaded, 32K 685-0846 2 3 anniv. edition in a B 5 3* -3 9 76Kml.,manyxtras 3 LegalAds |Secretary at Jackson
$14,500. 334 791-0646 flame red, excel Chrysler '95 Voyager. s 20" chr. wh., $13K County Community
$117actu. al-7 cn CR SL BMd~r-- flame 1re, excec. 6. auto. seats 8, obo., 334-435-6320 Development no later
Automobiles 06 HD Dyna Wide & ncl sss bar power am, m cass. Meetings-Events than 5 days prior to
S Gid-FXDWG. Blac. er & trickle rew res. NOW FORD'02 F-250, quadthe meeting. The
for Sale Lke new. customs. er 4 9750 50-92. 08 Dodge Ram500 cab, Lariat, leather Planning Secretary
S 600 140.4- seat power,7.3 Lmay be contacted at
2003 Toyota Camr 578-1482 jeh1,m rjkess@comcast.net Ford G84 Econdline AtOnly 8xxt Miles 200 Copper Cannon 8 res, NOTICE Oet 4487 Lafayette
AMpower, sunroof, Lexus E3 2003 YZ25, bought $1400.334-791-9099 (334) 379-8733 w 2 slides, sharp. 334-899-0099 32448 (850) 4 37
pwAM/FM, suno ltiu Wi0 98K 6K i 1198 $2000m, as Call for details. NOTICE IS HEREBY or (800)5 58 CD p
Disc Changer Red. Loaded $7,200 West 2007 YZF250, great 2008 F-250 Ford $29.500. Offers! Ford 03' V-8 IVEN BY. THE JACK- (TDD). _______
Asking $10,000. Call Main Car Sales LC shape and well main- YAMAHA'-06 2Lana Ec. Cond. 334.805.4906. Supercrew 30,200 m. SON CONTY PLAN-
334-796-1513 or 334- 1919 West Main St tained.$4000.Buy Roadstar 1700cc, 13.176 Mi.6.000 like new, Must See NING COMMISSION CLASSIFEDS
593.2099 ask for 334-699.5880 both for 55000. Black, Motorcycle. oS Truck is fully loaded CHEVY '66. custom $16,000334-494-0460 ITS INTENT TO
cle. T334 726 3842 5000 miles. Vance 8505 69- 2840r V8. p,'po. Iwb. auto, or 334-393-6479 eCONDUCT A PUBLIC f Wofking
2006 ScMon TC __2 Goldwing. 60k Hines Exhaust Sys b ,i J:j; f ^ HEFOOWING AN g
60.9000 M. $9500 tem. 4 helmetsand Chevrolet '06 1500 Needs some work. "' .cno' THE FOLLOWING ANDYu
32mpg 334-692-9915 is, cex paent de h Ford 9e W= Vsar Si verado W';x- $2,500. 334-735-5404 OTHER BBUSINESS: B For YOU!
...-.$7000 850-445-2915 owner, garage kept. only $500. 334-691- cond., $91500, OBO CHEVY '87delux 10 The Jackson County
power sunrleave message Like new. $8000: 2987 334-701-5516 334-798-3352 Red w/blk stripes. Planning Commission
... LEXUS '02 RX 300 92K FZ Suzuki 50 79' col- 334-618-5833. Honda 'Od$s05 CERLT 8 $2000.334 714-9558 will consider: Wlnt VoUr Ad
I$12.900 LIKE NEW. lectors item. I cyl, 2 ". EXL 87k O. 05 CHEVROLET -'08 Ford '06 F350,Diesel, 1. Jackson County
SWEST MAiN CAR stroke scooter.o E0L 87kv m Se 2500 2 Duramax LTZ 2 k9u l e 4WDe.k h i, Parks and Recreation T n
SALES LLC ange. ec cond. Lae w/gray leather inrmot. Loaded Z71Cn36K Ich p '91 Che e 4W 2 eanec .k mLN,
Acura 05 TSX 96K 1919 WEST MAIN ST street legal. $295. ower, non-smoker miles, 4 door, $0 8 7S24 2 s8 I pl5G f0oIns- 6 Stnd Ou?
Black SPD Loaded 334-699-5880 334-b74-2521 334-7B4- -pla Mwr slide doors, automanual trans- $50 c50-s5t-47m4 $16,00 334-494-0460 Ot ITS t I TO
Black 5 SPD Loaded 2773 after 5P.M moon roof, rear A/C mission, Like New Ford 0 F XLT orida Recreational
$11,200 West Main Lexus08 RX-350 2nd row capt. chairs condition, black exte- Ford07 50 XLT Trails Program to im
Car Sales LLC white w/tan leather, HARLEY Davidson '01 Yamaha '07 VStar Good cond. $13,000 rior, black interior upercr. 4 5.4L, ove nds for pub-
est Main St. sunroof, dual power Road Kin Police, 1300 Tour, fuel inject 334-393-8824 4WD $37, 000 " 4 / d ark ic Crecreation use. ra ctor Or
334-699-5880 seats 45,600 mi, 16,500 mles. White, ed, cover & helmet, (334)726-1209 ml, ChiC, is a P$0blic H nlf0r r
$26,900334-685-6233 clean & shop kept. str
$ 0 $11,000.3334-774-3663 cruise control, load- Ford '02 F150 XLT,. 6334-714"6999 H ments.)U o rir
Lincoln 01' Excutive HARLEY DAVIDSO ed 5K., Like new! red, 4WD, Triton US old Print ,
Series 103K miE '0 A $6,990. 334-714-4001 CHECK y V8/5.4L eng, 104,168 Ford 83' F 100, NEW FORD '07 F250 Super 2.Election of Officers
Sw/reg, serve power ofhr B T mi., Super Crew Cab, AC, P.S., paint, Duty V-8 Crew Cab y
windowsT & seatI ChRstrome, Blckte Sc- Iotr d OT THE good tires,.tool box, bedliner & carb. 94. XLT, 2WD, 18K miles, The public hearing u
wumbar lseater $10,250 352-303-2713 IF S 0Scooters/Mopeds 0. 334 -894-1212 Eng cyl exc. cond Tan, $32,000334-688- will be held in the
BMW '01 330ci 89k int. new tires adult Harley Davidson '02 or 334-494-2823 $4,000. OB 983-4941 8606, 334-695-0688 '"
Blue Extra Nice driven exc: cond. Heritage Classic, lots '05 Scooter, 90m pg. -* h ......... an

1919 West Main St. 588-2409/798-9478 m Must see, $1200 080 8 4 5 OBO-2 .t th Ste o
334-699-5880 Lincoln Town Car '91 Harley Davidson 02' "-. ..850-482-7739 moo r A mi Li F,
BMW'04es3301, black V8 motor, mint cond., riag -.ofa chair s condition c **-T, P a t i Ue
w /tan leather, it n3 t d.' Hai-abE wof toa i Sport Utility V3S Geoo o nd $ ,r,000,. 4 I S1, I rand f p ub
matic sunroof, good New tires, nice it Spring er like ewr, e -ft e u e
S334-5a -6280, m t $00. 334-897-5482, 4,600 mi. $12,000. Chevy'4 Tahoe, s r i t
13,900334-685 00 334-5- 334-235-2995 LS, Beige, 83000
-BMW '955301 fully Malibu 00' needs H L EaudioCD, Tviritno 'W pr nt.
Stloaded, 96Kmes, head gasket. 500. RH L Da, t03 oi r
white, excel ent con- 334-237-91653 RoadKing,95" staTe wdws. running bda, J A C 1<

334-703-7 3 g 5110.500. 34-803-5008 GREAT NDITION
Cadillac '77 stretch Harley Davidson 05'
limo, fixed or parts FLHTC i Electra glide
$450334.671.8655 classic 9,000 mi. -
Fleetwood Broug- Mazda 5,07 Grand $13800.m 334m-714m9377 .e cas l0n en wn e
ham. Top cond., fully touring, exc cond re Harley Davidson 07' d e r t$a0 8r3 r ad 8 4 860' i3 s--9. g 8
restored $5,200OBO mining warr. 48K Ultra Classic 12.000 S ,
334- 693-3980 mi black $11,500 mi. Pearl white, load- Chevy '05 Tahoe. A
CHEVROLET '08 334-445-3652 or 256- ed, great p rice 49,100 mi, leather, y r
Corvette convertible, 452-8026 $15,000. firm 612-396- new tires, power. | AI
Black, loaded, exc. Mercedes '04 Benz 9898 or 334-673-3837 vet nice. $18 995
$55,000. 334-692-5624 age, charcoal/black Chevy Trailblazer 08'
Chevrolet 93 Ca- interior 59K miles black, LS 31Km i A/ C a
miles, extra clean Mercedes '06 R350, $15,000. 334 791 911
new tires, $4300. white w/tan leather, Ford '06 Expedition
334-792-8018 sunroof, 3rd row Black 36K Rear Air
Chevy '04 Cavalier seat, 99,300 m i DAVDSON 3rd Row Seat, Leath-
4DR, AC, Low miles, $17 900 334-685-6233 '08 1200 Sportter er $22K Neg. Lke
mGREATGAS MILEAGE, M custom, 108 miles, New 334-718- 087
PAYMENTS! $300 vert. Supercharged, 4 $8,700, 334-702-4778. great cond., $4200 rn
down $199 per mo cyl. Cd, 89K mi o 0 850-5726-2491 -
Call 334-791-8243 Ask $9,500. 334-898- ar1201 ley Dav idson ask for Tom
for Steve Hatcher Electra glide
Chevy '05 Monte Car- Mercury '92 Grand 4000 miles, 1 year Hummer '06 H3. 41k
Custy paint Car Marq uis.clean.Runs warrenty left. miles, moon roof,
o Cust.paint Charo Good.$1995 793-2142 $17,000. 334-618-4430 leather seats, satilite urketeo
a aGray Many Cust. opt. radio, blue exterior.
Fr End Damage $4800 Nissan '05 Altim, 2.5 Harley Davidson '87 $22,495 0O0.798-9695 -- .n&
or 475-0084 like newREDUCED tom pantlots of Jep '04 Wrangler ,-s 12.000 --, .
Che 1969 Camaro $11,900 850-482-2994 chrome, $9500 850- ta rated, less than
Z28 coupe orange Nissan '07 Altima 2 60-1666 27K miles, hard &
ext. black int. manual 2.5SL, Black, 34,200 Harley Davidson '96 sof tops, aMF cruise*
4-speed $9000. mi., bose stereo, Fatboy red & white t-
edyx3)aol.om leather int. very shape, $8,500. I e a
CHRYSLER '08 300 clean, Like new. 334-899-1212
c navigation, like 334-372- 0702 or-
new, asking pay-off 334-432-0302. -
$16,700. 334-470-8454 Nissan '08 Altima

$269 per mo. Call Ron .l Khaki dr. Soft-Tp. AC n-
Ellis 334-714-0028 Harley Sportster 06' am, Im, cd/mp3, alloy
Orange 1200R, Vance whls. Mopar bmpr &-
BUY M E! & Hines Short Shots. gril grd. Esc. Cond.
Corvette '81 7.995. 794-8037 LOW MLES- 37.300 a
Automatic 350 his n r A timor, HD'97I. Fatboy. Pew- 517.999. 080
(Silver) sell as is sunro, aoy whs r & Black. low eed. 334.803-6882
$6000. OBO 33K miles. $16,000. garage kept .12k mi. JEEP 19871 Wrangler
334-774-1915 334-693-083g Mus, t see. $11k OBO 4x4. ac. Ps. ac, at.
NICE CAeR. new engine, trans C2
original owner, 5 MUST SELL! $200 801 trsha8 t 7928 -00.
speed, fuel injected, down $249 per month: 8018-7928827.$6500.
180k miles, some Call Ron Ellis
rust, runs but needs 334-719$ 4-0028 9 2. E Gld Cas
Dodge '97 Stratus, FULLY LOADED, LOW Honda 01' Relie Hme 0 H3

runs great, $2500 PAYMENTl $500 Scooter maroon. .iring bumpr. Fo enerGl -N rian

Less than Shrs. Warr. t. s aei ers, moonse. Grdofe ng_
8nti2013.$9,875 $6499. 334-796.0097 Exca-ator I rord & r 72,l4 U S Plu n
OBO. 334-714-1543 Nissan 04' Muraro Dump hruck ,, rc m rni' h.:,e Cal Debra UP.' 'I..nh- Get
Fr LX,04 oaded,55Kt color eew tire.leather N a Bulldozer0 30 Ye as Il ,Arlonn 56-23 6 $ 2 92d ,l7nuhu FREE

dream. $8700 k21- TOYOTA '08 Yar3s 3D -.90 e 334- Dmlilion If Irreste. ri Free OLD GUNS!

Ford 05' Mustang V-6 1ag $, Honda 05 NISSAN '06 Pathhind- RlnliIsn Ponds Z la0-
auto, 59K mi. $9,900. OBO 334-775-3028 VTX1300R/S Beauti- er LE, 270hp, bose Grading 3m mol,'com
334-798-2747 ful Candy Black Cher- audio w/6 disc CD Sales& ome improvement MaidHousekeepin H
Sry. over $2000 In ac- remote keyless entry SitePrep Flooing
Chv -y., cessores. 8k miles, 34,263 miles.$19,000. *Leveling Installation Home lmprtvementC 2
asking $5700 334-793-1544 'Top Soil Fill Dirf UMA IANU A HOME REPAIRS
Z28Honda '06 CT 1300 Nissan '09 Rogue, 20k Gravel mM I NNA H R
4200 i. $66 0 BO $17,000 334-790-6700 Land Clearing rents w 33e-c onS
FCris6er2L78e -New mies loaed whit. 1. Re lEsa e.Discrd. METAL "eawtsf.Yatiom
FoRd '08 300 cueo. 334-806-1322 Range '99 Rover HSE u RELIABLE
90 4bbi slde steer. Honda 06 Rebel Solid 4.6 fully loaded, 115K Always A Sale... Insu PROFESSIONAL of Your Home"
ing, 6K mes $8,995 Toyota 09 Camry whe windshield & mi., $5,500, Call Tile Paining/Csnry Metal Roofing THOROUGH Carpentry/Painting
334-797-5051 21,000 miles. Still un- $3000. 080 334-886- TOYOTA '06 Four Natural Stope Decks/Poahs Installations
Ford 33Tauu sder warranty $16,900. 3326 334-714-1110 Runner SR5, 2wd, Adhesives General Repairs Custon Ti References General Repairs
od, needs AC, 334262972 HONDA '06 Shadow, 59,700 miles, white, Grout Re nes vlble Loa aIfa Available William H. Long, Jr.

$1300 FIRM 850-303- miles, LIKE NEW, asking $19,500. 334- AC&Heating 850-482-7377 & ll850-299-6838
Volkswagen '06 Bee' 334-355-1202 0RExperience to ____J ___8

FORD- Brand New tIe auto diesel, 42K Honda '07 Shadow Trers-Trators J work for 1'1 Computer HomIm cement
2010 Mustang GT 2 mies, 40MPG, load- red/blk flames $4000. S S Servrce& Repair
dr,5-sdtransblk ed. $16,000. 334-897- 726-1434/677-5489 Bushho 9044, field After Hours .' A POLE BARN re
extbl int,2WD,850 2497.or 334-672-1655 HONDA'98 Valkyrie r5e s t pt. Appo eKIT mll III UAlITY E IE
miles $28,5 00 gara10,500 080. 33i. EP 19.7Wrang

(334)479-8028 VW '07 Rabbit, Tourer all original, 347-4283 or 334-447- M/C VSA DI R ...- A......LITY PRICEI
Honda '03 Ac d EX l,34Ka low miles, runs great 2572 Locally Owned l AVAILABLE
Honda '03 Accord EXI wheels,like asking $6,500 OBO
black, leather, sun- new ,800. 334-693-5454 Gandy 4 row insectiF Mon-Fri 9-4:30 M181 Repairs & Addltl0on TILE SETTING
, very -121 334-983-8399 Kawasaki '08 Vulcan doe a bcat for Thurs: 9-Noon M Hardware Repair Remodeling $2.50/sa FT
34761,500 15c.4 -w ai c w/double boxes, for --l- wE f-
$9500. 900 custom, 2400 two chemicals u Ic :. Software 'EnergyS Efficiency WI0IW Ca0m So=
Honda '06 Civic, Gray Classics&Antiques miles, windshield, mounted on tool bar. Gom & mIviali iu 0 C.ris Distcover2"" ficre p1'a
73,500 mi., Good gas ducedto $5500. 334- 229-758-3146 or 229- 0 Affora.ele Rate 016 Ir0uld ran r FanuriJ is
mileage & conditt 692-3337 or 796-5421 400-5184 ime & Ofic
$9900. 334-243-4166 Camaro LT 350 V8 692-3337 or 796-5421 005184 om & O e alldV
&Co_ 166_1__ Call Randy
4sp, factory ac, re- Mojo Motor Scooter Visi 693-0566
storation project, '05, 200mi, Blue,
80% complete. NADA $1650 850- 258-1638 INCOME Auto & Ccle36
$12000., needs home OPPORTUNITY Services Bulldozing Ccnstruction
asking $9,500. 334. Red Kawasaki 09' STAINLESS
Honda 09 FIE Ipori) 693-5454 Ninja Like New 250R STEAL, DINER G U A RING..
w/jacket 3,500. mi. STYLE c
Voad Ic- m ', l '69 Chevelle Malibu $3,995. 334-692-3211 CONCESSION Call today o pace
silver w/gra & black Convertible SBC, au- Leave Mess TRAILER Lnd lean, In. Call today to place
inter., runs like new. to, PB, PS, Red/Black ILE FREE ESTIMATES
$15,900. 334-687-3171 Runs & Drives Great R S T & LTHA, F 'you tem in t NO JOBS TOO SMAL cLA
Hyundai '96 Elantra $14,900 obo. GRIDDLE, HOT & RAYS N ERICE 850 7629402 S classified, .Na 24 HOURS A DAY
Fair ond. Needs (334 BOILING TRAYS, Cell 850-832-5055 slong 7 DAYS A WEEK
Trans. work with TRIPLE SINK (850) 526-3614 sam & Itcen usrade 52 WEEKS A YEAR
DVD Ster. syst. $850 $9,00. OO WE OFFER COMPETE Ish Rock JUST A CLICK AWAY.
BO 334-475-6267 or 334-89-286 (800) 779-2557 g0c a- swas
CHECK SUZUKI '05 C50, sad IanRaADosE S *\ Cerm'icFlaors w.icfloridcn.com
Mercedes 97' SL500 die bags, windshield, Lilliston 6000, field 2900 Borden St. sarMEESmIWOBw Q SSHI Porchesli&De
Hd. top con. 54K mi. OUTHE tall sissy bar very ready, shelter kept. Nedl a New HIIanI 20 fYE4RS IB SB Walk-In Sowers
leatherint. Wine col- ASIIEDS clean, 20K miles, $1000. 334-347-4283 p0 f59o r .III|III Rl .
or 334-693-3980 C LASSIR A.' $3600 334-618-5966 or 334-447-2572 CIhldt O lalldt eds I

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